Paul Legault's poems are accompanied by Edo Rosenblith's stunning artwork. Each chapter in the book has a corresponding image, building the collection in unique ways throughout its 55 pages.
From WHAT DOROTHEA DID:
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WHAT DOROTHEA DID
Dorothea lived in the midst.
Dorothea had a little bed.
When Dorothea stood in the doorway and looked around, she could see nothing.
Dorothea was an orphan.
That made Dorothea laugh.
Dorothea could see where the long grass bowed.
He jumped out of Dorothea's arms.
Dorothea found she was riding.
Dorothea sat quite still.
Dorothea got over.
“If we walk far enough,” said Dorothea.
Then Dorothea lost heart.
So he put out his tongue and looked at Dorothea.
Dorothea blew the little whistle.
“We have lost our way,” said Dorothea.
Then she noticed Dorothea’s.
“I didn’t know,” answered Dorothea.
Dorothea looked inside.
Dorothea went on, standing this time on her right foot.
“Ziz-zy!” said Dorothea.
The King bowed low before Dorothea.
The Monkeys caught Dorothea in their arms.
Dorothea found herself riding.
Dorothea, who had been greatly interested.
Dorothea saw the green, shining walls.
Dorothea, and then.