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by Crystal Lee Hodges

Author: Crystal Lee Hodges
Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
Language: English
Publisher: BookSurge Publishing (May 25, 2005)
Pages: 26 pages
Category: Teaching and Education
Rating: 4.3
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Where Does A Rainbow End? book. This collection of lighthearted, easy-to-read poems is appropriate for children of all ages and comes complete with hand-drawn illustrations by author Crystal Lee Hodges.

Where Does A Rainbow End? book. Her poems capture the simple longings of a child: for pretty pink ballerina shoes, a new puppy to play with, and sugary sweet candy.

Where Does A Rainbow End? A Collection of Poems. by Crystal Lee Hodges. Published May 25, 2005 by BookSurge Publishing.

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Where Does A Rainbow End? Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. A Collection of Poems. May 25, 2005, BookSurge Publishing. Paperback in English.

I saw the movie first this time, and really liked it, so I had to read the book. What I wouldn't give to have Cecilia Ahern's talent (and, yes, money)!

I saw the movie first this time, and really liked it, so I had to read the book. What I wouldn't give to have Cecilia Ahern's talent (and, yes, money)! She is such a great writer and every novel of h. .rs that I have read has real heart. This one has an interesting format; it's an epistolary novel.

Where are all thosebeautiful spirits, given by Heaven to watch over and protect me? .

Where are all thosebeautiful spirits, given by Heaven to watch over and protect me? Eachguardian angel has deserted me, and the rainbow glories of Paradise haveflown. Ah! mother of mankind, the crystal waters of every sea, reflecting thylovely image, still faithful to their trust, conceal a mermaid in theirbosom for every daughter of beauty who looks upon them! Neither the orange groves of the Arno, nor the vineyards of France;neither the forests of Germania, nor the caves of Norway, concealed thesought-for nymph.

Shel Silverstein’s masterful collection of poems and drawings is at once outrageously funny and profound.

With this and his other poetry collections (A Light in the Attic and Falling Up), Silverstein reveals his genius for reaching kids with silly words and simple pen-and-ink drawings. What child can resist a poem called "Dancing Pants" or "The Dirtiest Man in the World"? Each of the 130 poems is funny in a different way, or touching. Shel Silverstein’s masterful collection of poems and drawings is at once outrageously funny and profound.

Where Rainbows End (also known as Love, Rosie or Rosie Dunne) is the second novel by Irish writer Cecelia Ahern, published in 2004. The book reached number one in Ireland and UK and was a best seller internationally. The book won the German Corine Award in 2005. In 2014, the novel was adapted into a film titled Love, Rosie.

Where rainbows end, is the novel for the upcoming 2015 movie Love Rosie (cast list above) starring Lily Collins and Sam Claflin. What happens when two individuals are obviously meant to be together, but it just never seems to work out? Rosie and Alex are soulmates. Everyone they know is aware they are destined to be together, but them. They were best friends since childhood but were, unfortunately, separated when Alex’s family was forced to relocate to Boston.

A Collection of Poems.

This collection of lighthearted, easy-to-read poems is appropriate for children of all ages and comes complete with hand-drawn illustrations by author Crystal Lee Hodges. Her poems capture the simple longings of a child: for pretty pink ballerina shoes, a new puppy to play with, and sugary sweet candy. The poems themselves are lyrical and filled with colorful images that children can connect with either reading to themselves or hearing from an adult. Hodges wraps Where Does A Rainbow End? up with "Head in the Clouds," a rumination on wishing and hoping, but remembering always to appreciate the priceless things we already have.