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Reality : A Collection of Thought Provoking Poetry
     

Reality : A Collection of Thought Provoking Poetry

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by Pauline Hatton
 
What makes people tick? Reality: A Collection of Thought Provoking Poetry is written to cover a wide range of diverse subjects that readers will relate to and enjoy. Teenagers can also become aware in advance of things that could cross their path as they age.

It is a small book that parents can safely share with their children.

Says author Pauline

Overview

What makes people tick? Reality: A Collection of Thought Provoking Poetry is written to cover a wide range of diverse subjects that readers will relate to and enjoy. Teenagers can also become aware in advance of things that could cross their path as they age.

It is a small book that parents can safely share with their children.

Says author Pauline Hatton, “I have felt for a long time there is a lot to be said about life and its characters and the unknown things that people are affected by. This brings out the hidden side of people.”

Bearing an Australian flavor and English heritage, the poems in Reality: A Collection of Thought Provoking Poetry will be just your cup of tea.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016539706
Publisher:
Strategic Book Publishing
Publication date:
06/27/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
54
File size:
447 KB

Meet the Author

Pauline Hatton was Born in Slough, England, and joined the Military Police (Provost) at age seventeen. She trained as a psychiatric nurse in England and then moved to Adelaide, Australia. She has also trained in general nursing. This is her first book. Her next will feature more poetry and some short stories.

Publisher’s website: http://sbpra.com/PaulineHatton

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Reality: A Collection of Thought Provoking Poetry 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A lovely read, full of a big collection of interesting poems some funny, some sad and some with positive messages. I gave this book to my daughter because it has subtle messages about to handle some of the situations she will soon be facing as she enters adulthood.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Renewed my Interest in Poetry.  have been very blase about it since school reading. The Only poems that are readable and directed relatively to the General Reader rather than Psuedointellectuals.