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Illustrated by Rynhart, Kieran; By Baxter, James K.
A new gift edition of James K Baxter's classic poems for children, illustrated by Kieran Rynhart. The poems in The Tree House are light and easy read-alouds for classrooms or with toddlers-on-the-couch. James K Baxter wrote these poems when he was teaching in Lower Hutt in the 19...50s. Successful in the classroom, they have been regularly reprinted in anthologies and collections and remain popular for their accessible rhythms, humour, and quintessentially New Zealand settings.This new gift edition of Baxter's poems is illustrated by Kieran Rynhart in dramatic spreads and beautifully drawn details.Read more
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By Baxter, James K.; Edited by Weir, John
Written in 19445, these poems record the immediate impact of James K. Baxters first serious love affair. The sequence is published for the first time on the 40th anniversary of the poets death, 22 October 2013
By Baxter, James K.; Edited by Hunt, Sam
James K Baxter: Poems offers a fresh, uniquely personal look at the work of Baxter, a rare insight into the creative relationship between two leading writers, and reminds how crucial it is that we listen to our poets.
By Baxter, James K.; Edited by Millar, Paul
James K Baxter (1926-1972) is one of the twentieth-century's most remarkable poets, yet he has been too little regarded of outside his native New Zealand. This title gathers his most powerful and celebrated poems - political, lyrical and spiritual - with some of his more unexpect...ed writings. Each section has a biographical introduction.Read more
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By Baxter, James K.; Weir, John
James K. Baxter was a great twentieth-century poet. His Complete Prose chronicles his life and times, his preferences and prejudices, his crises and turbulent occasions. Its contents are remarkable for their range, coherence and passionate integrity.
By Patterson, David; Edited by French, Anne; Contributions by Baxter, James K.
David Patterson was only 19 when he died in a snowstorm in the Tararua Ranges, leaving behind an accomplished collection of artwork and poetry.This collection of poems is edited by Anne French, and includes tribute poems by James K Baxter.
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