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Little Poet Robert Frost: Two Roads

Written by Kate Coombs & illustrated by Carme Lemniscates
Published by Gibbs Smith
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Introduce brilliant babies to the world around them with Robert Frost’s “The Road Not Taken.”

Little Poet Robert Frost: Two Roads introduces toddlers to Frost’s beloved poem, “The Road Not Taken” through Kate Coombs’ sweet story, the entire Frost poem spread throughout the book, and Carme Lemniscates’ beautiful and engaging art, teaching them when you can Be Adventurous and Be Yourself, that can make all the difference. Take a walk, chose a path, and see what awaits you!

Kate Coombs is an award-winning author of original fairy tales, poems, middle-grade fantasy novels, and picture books, including the critically acclaimed Water Sings Blue, which won the Lee Bennett Hopkins Poetry Award for 2012, and seven books in the bestselling BabyLit series. She lives in Bountiful, Utah.

Carme Lemniscates is an award-winning author, illustrator, and designer of children’s books. In 2010 she founded Lemniscates Studio (www.lemniscates.com) in her home city of Barcelona to create her own children’s book projects, which she both writes and illustrates. Carme also illustrated best-selling author Jennifer Adams’ I Am a Warrior Goddess and Hillary and Chelsea Clinton’s Grandma’s Gardens.

What Kind of Book is Little Poet Robert Frost: Two Roads

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science and nature
Categories:
fiction
Text Styles:
rhyming

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Who Wrote Little Poet Robert Frost: Two Roads

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Kate Coombs

Kate Coombs writes poetry, middle grade fiction, and picture books for children. She currently teaches college English classes and is studying for a master’s degree to be a Reading Specialist. Kate has taught every grade from kindergarten to college. She is a lifelong bookworm and wrote her first poems in grade school, along with a Nancy Drew knock-off and short plays starring herself. Kate’s poetry collection Water Sings Blue won the Lee Bennett Hopkins Poetry Award in 2012. She has written poetry about the ocean, mindfulness, and monster kids, as well as picture books ranging from fairy tale retellings to a kid who takes on the Tooth Fairy and middle grade fantasy books that play with fairy tale tropes. Kate is a great believer in revision, fairy tales, Christmas songs, and chocolate, not necessarily in that order. Her favorite authors are Terry Pratchett, Diana Wynne Jones, and poet Billy Collins. Kate plants a little garden on her balcony each summer, well out of reach of the deer. She has taken hundreds of pictures of clouds and belongs to the Cloud Appreciation Society.

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Who Illustrated Little Poet Robert Frost: Two Roads

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Carme Lemniscates

Carme Lemniscates is an award-winning author, illustrator and designer of children’s books who sees each book project as a complete undertaking in which the text, illustrations and graphic design converge with the same spirit from beginning to end. In 2010, after more than fifteen years of illustrating and designing children’s books for publishers, she founded Lemniscates Studio in her home city of Barcelona to create her own children’s book projects, which she both writes and illustrates.

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Book Details

ISBN:
9781423654278
Publication Date:
March 10, 2020

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