Jean E.Ward, Jean Ward, Jean Elizabeth Ward of Starward Studio presents: A Barbara Anne Bushytale , Book 2, for children of all ages, with poetry and prose. Quotes by President George Bush intermingled within this delightful illustrated second book in a series. Included are the tales of Little Wilma White and Little White Jimbo. Poems for animal lovers. Book 2.
In this third book of a series there are a few illustrations by the author, and several Anonymous Authors poems, and stories in rhyme. Barbara Anne Bushytail is a little red, blind Pekingese dog, who loves poetry, and so the author has written many poems for her and about her. Also included is a chapter of Barbara Loves Turtles: especially Tootsie the Turtle in her little tutu. A delight for children of all ages this 8 1/2 X 11" book of 141 pages.
Elvis Presley remembered by Poet Laureate Jean Elizabeth Ward, with Poetry, Prose, Shape Poems, Senryu Poems, Naani Poems, and quotes by Elvis Presley worked into the book. A few illustrations with homages and inspirational poems inspired by such poets as John Donne, Alexander Pope, Sadi, George Gordon Byron, William Butler Yeats, Edgar Allan Poe, James Weldon Johnson, Persy Shelley, and more. With memories from Tupelo to stardom; a good book for lovers of "Everything Elvis."
A Turtle Book to be read first by parents, choosing the poems for their children: Turtle Poems by various authors, American Indian Quotes. Poet Laureate, Jean Elizabeth Ward paying an homage to William Blake, Carl Burns, e.e. Cummings, Amy Lowell, Pablo Neruda, Shakespeare, Oscar Wilde, nima Yushij, Wen Tingyun, and a song by Bob Dylan. A 1921 book of Tortoise poems by D. H. Lawrence, and a section of Barbara Anne, The Pekingese Poet's Poems. A delight for all ages.
This book is about the beheaded, Chinese Tang Poetess, Yu Hsuan-chi, Yu Xuanji remembered with Poetry and Prose by Jean Elizabeth Ward, American Poet Laureate. History combined with Poetry, Prose, and Found Poetry for a most interesting read.
Opal Sunflowers is a book, with poems from the masters intermingled throughout the book; alphabetical order for an easy read. 148 pages of delight; variety is the spice of life and in this book you will find variety to spice up your life, and encourage you to write your own poetry.
PROLOGUE The First Book of Adam and Eve Details the life and times of Adam and Eve After they were expelled from the garden To the time that Cain kills his brother Abel. It tells of The Cave of Treasures,Adam and Eve's first dwelling - And their trials and temptations; Satan's many apparitions to them; The birth of Cain, Abel, And their twin sisters; and Cain's love For his beautiful twin sister, Luluwa, Whom Adam and Eve wished to join to Abel.This book is considered by many scholars To be part of the "Pseudepigrapha" (soo-duh-pig-ruh-fuh). The "Pseudepigrapha" is a collection of historical biblical works That are considered to be fiction. Because of that, This book was not included in the compilation of the Holy Bible.
This book is an Introduction to Tang Dynasty Poet Li He Chang-ji, with English Translations of The Chinese Songs and Ballads of Li He Chang-ji. An American Female paying an Homage to a Chinese Tang Dynasty Poet. With an introduction to Han Yu included. A few illustrations are within this charming, First Edition, alphabetized book, which will capture your heart and soul. NOT A TRANSLATION but an introduction to a most interesting poet.
Selection Of Poetry and Prose by Edgar A.Guest,with illustrations, presented by American Poet Laureate, Jean Elizabeth Ward, who has added poetry,prose, and verse to make this a wonderful presentation.
Du Fu, Chinese Poet, with Poet Laureate, Jean Elizabeth Ward paying an Homage to with her responses to his poetry. A dozen illustrations by the poet are within this charming book, first in a series, with her paying an homage to Li Bai, Wang Wei, Li He, or Ho, Po Chu-I, Tang: An Homage to, and perhaps a few others; NOT A TRANSLATION, but poems inspired by, or paying an homage to by an American Woman Poet. One chapter dedicated to the exquisite translations of Florence Wheelock Ayscough McNair.
Poems of Adversity from poets: Adelaide Anne Procter, Percy Shelley, Charles, Kingsley, James W. Watson, William Shakespeare, Lord Byron, Amelia Anne Blandford Edwards, John Fletcher, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Chediock Tichborne, Lord Houghton, Walter Savage Landor, Henry Neele, John Keats, Ralph Hoyt, Will Carleton, Mary Louise Ritter, John Milton, George Crabbe, Thomas Noel, Thomas Hood, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Thomas Moss, Letitia Elizabeth Landon, Ya Perezhil Svoi Zhelanya, Pierre-Jean De Beranger, Frances Quarles, Frances Bacon, and a final chapter by American Poet Laureate, Jean Elizabeth Ward, Ed. including Naani, Tanka, Kimo, Choka, and Shape Poems. The Wail of Prometheus Bound with picture. Poems mentioning Houston, Texas, Texas, New Quay, Wales, and the Titanic.