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This Place I Know: Poems of Comfort | Georgia Heard
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A collection of life-affirming verses, inspired by the events of September 11, 2001, includes poems paired with artwork volunteered by such well-known picture book artists as G. Brian Karas, Keven Hawkes, and Giselle Potter.
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#MadonnaNovember #I‘llRemember
I‘ll remember: I was working in a school the day of the Challenger explosion.The kindergarteners were watching on TV the first teacher, Christa McAuliffe, go into space.Then the unimaginable happened.- the shuttle looked to be engulfed in flames, broke up, & fell out of the sky. Students created a book to express their reactions. Tagged book are poems compiled in hopes of comforting children post 9/11.

Cinfhen Awww, that was such a difficult moment to process and witness 😭😭😭Reminds us how fragile life can be. 3mo
Cinfhen I also wanted to say thank you for joining me on my music/ book journey 🎶📚♥️It‘s been great fun & ive enjoyed your posts and recommendations 🥰 3mo
kspenmoll @Cinfhen I‘ve enjoyed participating when I could- exposed myself to some unfamiliar music at times which was great fun! 3mo
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Nute Always working on ‘strengthening the good things that remain.‘ Thanks for these much needed words today!💕 11mo
TheSpineView 💕 11mo
kspenmoll @Nute You are so welcome! It‘s a lovely book of poetry, put together by Georgia Heard, to help children right after 9/11.That event really changed my son,he was in first grade at the time.We visited relatives in NY often & he loved the Twin Towers.Like so many,we also have a close friend who lost her brother. He lost his innocence that day. This poetry helped - (edited) 11mo
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#PoetryMatters #November #25 #Heart

Oh, keep a place apart
Within your heart,
For little dreams to go.
—-Louise Driscoll

Bookishthoughts 😍💗 1y
MayJasper Adorable 😊 1y
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#OctoberPutASpellOnYou Day 12: This collection of 18 poems was put together by Georgia Heard during the wake of the World Trade Center Tragedy to provide some semblance of meaning to young people who have witnessed and lived through this cataclysmic event - like lighting a #Candle for those who died and lived/endured it. I am sharing one of my faves from the collection: Wendell Berry, of course. My full review: https://wp.me/pDlzr-9tZ

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 💔💔💔 1y
GatheringBooks @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks truly heartbreaking. so i am glad that this book offers comfort through poetry. 😍💕💝 1y
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"Do what you will, but strengthen the things that remain." - Nancy Wood
Georgia Heard , at request of superintendent of District 2 in Manhattan, compiled poems of comfort to be read to NYC children who had witnessed the collapse of the Twin Towers on 9/12. Thought book appropriate for #shadesofblue #somethingforsept

Linsy Yes, very appropriate. Thanks for the reminder about what is important. 3y
kspenmoll @ABookishPixie Appreciate your thought- 3y
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