In Cartwheel to the Moon, Emanuel di Pasquale takes us to Sicily, the Mediterranean island where he was born. His beautiful, lyrical, sensitive poems recall the smell of the fig trees, the sound of the fountains, the beauty of the old villages surrounded by mountains. As X. J. Kennedy says in his foreword, "These are poems that seem to reach out and grasp real things. Di Pasquale weaves words into music that stays with you."
Di Pasquale has long been a favorite poets of children and anthologists, and now readers have a chance to see his works collected in a book of his own. His poems have been included in several anthologies, including Knock At a Star,X.J.Kenndy, ed and Call Down the Moon, Myra Cohm Livingston, ed.
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Published March 1, 2003
by Cricket Books.
Travel, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction.