Emily

Emily

Book - 1992
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A young girl who lives across the street from the reclusive Emily Dickinson gets her chance to meet the poet when her mother is invited to play the piano for Emily. The girl sneaks up to Emily's room and exchanges a small gift for an authentic poem, which is included in the book.

Baker & Taylor
When a mother and child pay a visit to their reclusive neighbor Emily, who stays in her house writing poems, there is an exchange of special gifts

Baker
& Taylor

When a mother and child pay a visit to their reclusive neighbor Emily, who stays in her house writing poems, there is an exchange of special gifts.
When her mother is invited to play the piano at the yellow house where the reclusive woman lives, the young girl decides she wants to see the secret woman for herself and so sneaks up the stairs where she comes face-to-face with its very private resident, poet Emily Dickinson.

Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Doubleday Book for Young Readers, 1992
New York : Dragonfly Books, [1992]
Copyright Date: ©1992
ISBN: 9780385306973
0385306970
9780440417408
Branch Call Number: E BEDAR
Characteristics: 38 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Cooney, Barbara 1917-2000

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Jan 10, 2014

very good story

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