|LC Classifications||PZ7.D72652 Fr 2016|
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|Number of Pages||335|
"Free Verse" by Sarah Dooley is a thought-provoking juvenile fiction book published in 2016. It combines the genres of poetry and therapeutic use to explore the theme of grief. The book is widely recognized for its emotional depth and its ability to resonate with young readers who may be experiencing loss or struggling with their emotions.
The ISBN-10 code for "Free Verse" is 0399165037. The book was published in New York (nyu).
The main subject of "Free Verse" is grief. Through the medium of poetry, the author provides a therapeutic exploration of the emotions and experiences that come with the loss of a loved one. The book is particularly suitable for young readers who may be seeking comfort and understanding in dealing with their own grief.
"Free Verse" by Sarah Dooley is available for download in various formats. Whether you prefer to read on your e-reader, smartphone, or computer, you can access the book in PDF, ePub, MOBI, and TXT formats. The digital download of "Free Verse" allows you to read the book at your convenience, making it easily accessible whenever you need it.
If you prefer to read books online, "Free Verse" is also available for free. You can read the book directly on the legal book download website without the need to download it. This option allows you to start reading "Free Verse" immediately without any wait time or additional software requirements.
"Sarah Dooley's 'Free Verse' is an exceptional book that skillfully tackles the difficult subject of grief. The use of poetry adds a unique and therapeutic aspect, making it a valuable resource for young readers struggling with loss. Highly recommended." - Book Review Magazine
"Through beautiful language and heartfelt verse, 'Free Verse' invites readers to explore their emotions while providing a sense of hope and healing. Sarah Dooley's writing will stay with you long after you finish the last page." - Reading is My Superpower Blog
Sarah Dooley is an accomplished writer known for her ability to capture complex emotions through her writing. Her other notable works include "Livvie Owen Lived Here" and "Body of Water." Sarah's skillful use of storytelling and poetic language sets her apart as a talented author in the field of juvenile fiction.
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