Illustrated by Zanna Goldhawk
A Poem For Every Night of the Year is a magnificent collection of 366 poems compiled by Allie Esiri, one to share for every night of the year. The poems - together with introductory paragraphs - have a link to the date on which they appear. Shakespeare celebrates midsummer night, Maya Angelou International Women's Day and Lewis Carroll April Fool's day.
Perfect for reading aloud and sharing with all the family, it contains a full spectrum of poetry from familiar favourites to exciting contemporary voices. Alfred, Lord Tennyson, W. B. Yeats, A. A. Milne and Christina Rossetti sit alongside Roger McGough, Carol Ann Duffy and Benjamin Zephaniah.
A poem for late autumn by Robert Frost.
Read war poems from the finest contemporary and classic poets, including Scottish Makar Jackie Kay, Siegfried Sassoon, Wilfred Owen and more.
A Friday poem for the changing of the season by John Keats.
A Friday poem for the Autumn Equinox by John Clare.
A Friday poem for the first day of September by Robert Frost.
A Friday Poem by Emily Dickinson.
A poem by author, playwright and poet D. H. Lawrence.
A Friday Poem by Stevie Smith, chosen by Cathy Rentzenbrink, author of A Manual for Heartache and The Last Act of Love.
We're thrilled to announce that Macmillan Children's Books has won both Independent Bookshop Children's Awards! Tidy by Emily Gravett wins the Picture Book Category and A Poem for Every Night of the Year edited by Allie Esiri wins the Children's Category.
Make your nighttime routine more enjoyable for your child (and you!) with these must-have bedtime stories, poems and rhymes to help lull your little one to sleep.
Lewis Carroll's playful nonsense poem 'Jabberwocky', for April Fool's Day.
In anticipation of National Poetry Day on 6th October, we'll be sharing a different poem from A Poem For Every Night of the Year every day this week.
Macmillan Children’s Books is to publish the new poetry anthology by Allie Esiri this September. A Poem for Every Night of the Year is Allie Esiri’s third poetry anthology.
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