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Plain as Sand
     

Plain as Sand

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by Jessica LaGuerre
 

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Rhyming poetry is musical, memorable and fun. It lingers in the mind and makes you want to recite and recall each line. And when you stumble across a poem that you can relate to, that seems to be about your situation, your family, your life, you are drawn back to it again and again. This book is filled with such poetry.

Plain as Sand is down to earth,

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Rhyming poetry is musical, memorable and fun. It lingers in the mind and makes you want to recite and recall each line. And when you stumble across a poem that you can relate to, that seems to be about your situation, your family, your life, you are drawn back to it again and again. This book is filled with such poetry.

Plain as Sand is down to earth, lyrical and at times provocative. It spans a broad range of subjects from love and happiness to misery and frustration. It reminisces, seduces and understands. You will enjoy this book.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940014482226
Publisher:
Penaura Publishing Company
Publication date:
04/29/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
34 KB

Meet the Author

Jessica LaGuerre was born and raised in Braddock, Pennsylvania and currently resides in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. She is a wife, mother, author and business woman. Poetry is her gift; and she is happy to share it.

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Plain as Sand 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
SonnieP More than 1 year ago
Plain As Sand reminds me of a good CD, where every song (in this case, poem) on the disk is a hit. I know I’m going to keep it to read again from time to time. If you like Shel Silverstein (author of Where the Sidewalk Ends), Langston Hughes, or even Dr. Seuss, then you will enjoy this book. And where book club discussion is concerned, I’d love to chew the fat over: “I Dare You”, “Love’s Gradual Shifts”, “What Does Spanking Teach A Child”, “Put This On”, “The Chore”… actually, just about all of them. This was a fun read!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago