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The Golden Treasury Of Children's Verse (Volume I)
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A1 Inviting A Friend To Supper
Written-By – Ben Jonson
A2 Three Songs: Weep No More / Golden Slumbers / Now Sleeps The Crimson Petal
Written By – Thomas DekkerWritten-By – Alfred Lord Tennyson, John Dowland
A3 The Brown Girl
Written By – Anonymous
A4 La Belle Dame Sans Merci
Written-By – John Keats
A5 The Salutation
Written-By – Thomas Traherne
A6 On His Blindness
Written-By – John Milton
A7 A Contemplation Upon Flowers
Written By – Henry King
A8 The Daffodils
Written-By – William Wordsworth
A9 From "The Prelude" -- "There Was A Boy"
Written-By – William Wordsworth
A10 The Visionary -- "Silent Is The House"
Written-By – Emily Brontë
A11 Kubla Khan
Written-By – Samuel Taylor Coleridge
B1 The Orphan's Song
Written-By – Sydney Dobell
B2 Ode To Autumn
Written-By – John Keats
B3 Dirge In The Woods
Written-By – George Meredith
B4 The Jumblies
Written-By – Edward Lear
B5 The Walrus And The Carpenter
Written-By – Lewis Carroll
B6 Scene From "A Midsummer Night's Dream" With Oberon And Titania
Written-By – William Shakespeare
B7 "Fear No More The Heat O' The Sun"
Written-By – William Shakespeare

Credits

  • Read By – Jill Balcon, Robert Speaight

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The Golden Treasury of English Songs and Lyrics is a popular anthology of English poetry, originally selected for publication by Francis Turner Palgrave in 1861. It was considerably revised, with input from Tennyson, about three decades later. Palgrave excluded all poems by poets then still alive. These reproduce Palgrave's selections and notes, but usually include a supplement of more recent poems.

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Her voice – a rich, expressive, finely modulated instrument – was already a favourite with listeners and was to remain so throughout her long life. She continued giving performances of his verse at festivals and events as well as dealing with a constant stream of visitors and letters about Day-Lewis and the poets of his generation.

Ten of the best poems for children What are the best children's poems in all of English literature? Every reader will have their own firm favourites that bring back fond memories of those carefree and innocent days, but we've tried to select ten of the very finest classic poems for children for this post. Roald Dahl, ‘Little Red Riding Hood’. One of Dahl’s Revolting Rhymes – his verse retellings of classic fairy tales – this one is particularly good fun. Dahl offers us not the meek Little Red Riding Hood of nineteenth-century fairy stories but a plucky, resourceful, and brave girl who pulls a pistol out of her underwear to protect herself from the Big Bad Wolf.

Flipping through the 308 pages of The 20th-Century Children's Book Treasury is like browsing a photo album of beloved friends and family. The familiar faces of Curious George and Ferdinand the Bull peer earnestly from the pages, and scenes from Madeline and Millions of Cats resonate as if you just experienced them yesterday.