Emily Dickinson is one of America's most famous poets. The "Belle of Amherst" produced her famous poems in the seclusion of her home, then tied them in bundles with twine and left them under her bed when she died, all unpublished. Dickinson's best-loved masterpieces, including "I'm Nobody. Who Are You?" and "I Started Early, Took My Dog," are all collected in this gorgeously illustrated book. A four-page introduction helps explain Dickinson's eccentric lifestyle and her creative process, and beautiful watercolor illustrations enhance over 35 of her finest poems.
"Bolin's four-page introduction describes and explains Emily Dickinson's odd lifestyle and creative productivity...prettily colored watercolors." — School Library Journal.