Scottish Poetry Library
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Worlds known and worlds imagined: a batch of new poems by Jackie Kay, from her own empathetic store, catching her at her typical best – warm, lyrical, affectionate, funny, fiercely political and often profound.
Cats have provided writers and artists with inspiration for as long as they have been winding themselves purring round their owners’ legs and fixing them with their big, green eyes.
Ten poems giving readers a glimpse of same sex lives and loves throughout history.
A collection of poems about dogs by Dame Jenni Murray.
Ten Poems about Fathers contains ten wonderful poems that explore fatherhood from different perspectives, introducing us along the way to some loveable – and loved – fathers.
A collection of ten moving and entertaining poems about aunts.
Ten Poems about Mothers is a tribute to mothers everywhere; an appropriate (and schmaltz-free) alternative to a Mother’s Day card or a birthday card – or just a thank you – for mothers and friends who are mothers.
For gardeners and garden-lovers, the green-fingered and the willing admirer: an elegant and varied selection of poems about gardens with illustrated bookmark and envelope, introduced by Monty Don.
Part of the ‘instead of a card’ collection, this poetry pamphlet on the joys of drinking tea is introduced by Sophie Dahl (PG, milk no sugar), and has beautiful colour illustrations.