Paint Me a Poem: New Poems Inspired by Art in the Tate x 30 Pack Save 20% on selected books and resources in our September sale!*
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If you want to write a poem and you’re stuck for inspiration, here’s a great idea: look at some art! What images, ideas and thoughts do the paintings inspire? Grab your pen and write a poem about it! That’s what top poet Grace Nichols did when she was Writer-in-Residence at the Tate Gallery in London. Want to know what she saw – and what she said? Then read this book! As well as Grace’s memorable and thought-provoking poems, it contains pictures of the artworks that inspired them. What do you see? You don’t have to agree. Just write down what you think each painting says…
- 25 vivid new poems inspired by famous paintings
- Includes lively activities to get children writing
- Grace Nichols is one of the UK’s best-loved poets
- Her books include The Fat Black Woman’s Poems
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