Book Review: Poetry Speaks Who I Am, Edited by Elise Paschen

Looking for your next read? Check out Poetry Speaks Who I Am, Edited by Elise Paschen, reviewed by Fulco Library staff, Nikita H.

This book of poetry for teens and young adults has poems that explore the challenges of growing up and the different emotions, choices, and changes that are faced when one starts to discover and choose whom they want to be and how they want to live. From the changing relationship with parent and siblings to learning how to deal with the stress of everyday life and school. This book has a poems for multiple issues and situations that are faced by all as they grow and make decisions. There is a CD provided in the back of the book and 33 of the authors both past and present read their own work, which can assist with both the enjoyment and understanding of the poetry.

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Poetry Speaks-- Who I Am

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