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She Holds a Cosmos - Poems on Motherhood - cover

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She Holds a Cosmos - Poems on Motherhood

Karolin Schnoor

Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC

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A petite, beautifully packaged collection of poems about motherhood, this is the perfect gift for mothers of all ages.This beautifully illustrated, empowering collection features more than 25 poignant poems about the incredible experience of being a mother. Filled with inspiring and moving poetry exploring motherhood in all its dimensions—from pregnancy and birth to the countless joys, struggles, and hilarious moments that come with raising children—this book is a perfect gift for mothers at every stage, whether they're expecting or empty nesting. Presented in a petite, eye-catching package with contemporary illustrations throughout, this is a lovely, arresting tribute to the life-altering journey of motherhood.• POETRY TREND: Featuring young, contemporary voices beside beloved, time-tested poets, this pretty, slim volume will appeal to poetry lovers and mothers of all ages.• CELEBRATES DIVERSE VOICES: The range of poets included in this collection is wide and diverse. With poems by up-and-comers, classic poets, women, and men, of all ages and ethnicities, this book captures a broad, representative spectrum of the experience of motherhood.Consumer:• Mothers of all ages• Poetry lovers

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