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The best children's and youth poetry books

2024-02-24T05:05:33.819Z

Highlights: The best children's and youth poetry books. From the moon to monsters, from a hug to a fish. And from established authors like Emily Dickinson, Gloria Fuertes and Antonio Machado to one that can be born: yourself. 10 booksellers from different Autonomous Communities of Spain, chosen by 10 bookseller from Barcelona, Madrid, Seville, Bilbao, Valencia and Palma de Mallorca. The lighthouse of the three worlds. Hopscotchchildhood. Cheshire's cat. Saragossa.


Authors like Emily Dickinson, Antonio Machado or Gloria Fuertes, the charm of monsters or noises, and the warmth of a hug, among the recommendations of 10 booksellers for this month, dedicated to poems


Some readers perceive poetry as something distant, far-fetched, even pretentious.

But sometimes it is very close: in the breakfast cup, in a match or in a barely perceptible noise.

There will also be those who believe that poems are the exclusive heritage of a select group: adults, educated, to compose them as well as to listen to them.

Even the smallest being, however, is capable of creating them, even involuntarily.

How else can we define the first time a child sees the plant he has watered grow?

For these and many other reasons, the list of the best children's and young people's works this month, chosen by 10 booksellers from different Autonomous Communities of Spain, is dedicated to poetry.

From the moon to monsters, from a hug to a fish.

And from established authors like Emily Dickinson, Gloria Fuertes and Antonio Machado to one that can be born: yourself.

By Oblit Baseiria Virgili.

Anita House.

Barcelona.

By Oblit Baseiria Virgili.

Anita House.

Barcelona.

Antonio Rivero.

Canaima.

The Gran Canarian palms.

By Toni Fernández.

Baobab.

Palma de Mallorca. 

By Ester Madroñero.

Kiriku and the witch.

Madrid.

By Susana Barro Parga.

The lighthouse of the three worlds.

Lugo.

By Naia Hernandez.

Toad Soup.

Bilbao.

By Lola Gallardo.

Hopscotchchildhood.

Seville. 

By Karol Conti.

Cheshire's cat.

Saragossa. 

By Ana Serra.

Abacus.

Valencia.

By Marta García Fernández.

The keeper of the books.

Lion. 

By Ester Madroñero.

Kiriku and the witch.

Madrid.


By Naia Hernandez.

Toad Soup.

Bilbao.

By Lola Gallardo.

Hopscotchchildhood.

Seville. 

By Toni Fernández.

Baobab.

Palma de Mallorca. 

By Marta García Fernández.

The keeper of the books.

Lion. 

Antonio Rivero.

Canaima.

The Gran Canarian palms.

By Noelia Tomás.

Abacus.

Valencia

By Susana Barro Parga.

The lighthouse of the three worlds.

Lugo.

By Tommaso Koch. 

By Karol Conti.

Cheshire's cat.

Saragossa.

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Source: elparis

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