Four Paws: A Poetry Anthology by The Quillective Project
The Quillective Project's mission is to turn the power of the written word into an instrument of compassion, hope, and generosity by putting that power directly in the hands of organizations that share our principles. The 2013 Quillective Project is Four Paws, a poetry anthology featuring... show more
The Quillective Project's mission is to turn the power of the written word into an instrument of compassion, hope, and generosity by putting that power directly in the hands of organizations that share our principles. The 2013 Quillective Project is Four Paws, a poetry anthology featuring bestselling authors Scott Morgan, Ben Ditmars, Amber Jerome~Norrgard and Robert Zimmermann, with a "fourword" by Russell Blake. 100% of all proceeds from the sale of Four Paws will benefit The Dallas Humane Society's no-kill shelter, Dog & Kitty City. Your purchase of this book makes a difference.
Pages no: 84
Edition language: English
Describe 2 different poems. My two favourites were Little Cat by Amber Jerome-Norrgard and Rainbow Eyes by Ben Ditmars. The first because it was cute and loving. The second, I fell in love with the line "together we will fight the tray." The second poem was popular with many of the book club members...
What was the author's purpose or purposes in writing this book? To share how they feel about their pets and to support a charity. Both very noble causes and the end result was a fantastic poetry collection. What incident motivated the poems? The authors loved their pets and wrote about things close ...
A wonderfully written book of poetry that I could actually understand and relate to. This combined with the wonderful cause the proceeds go toward made me love this this book. great job!!
What is the single most important thing you learned from reading this book? I think this book is evidence that pets also deserve our love and affection. The formatting was a queer, but that might have been because of my reading device or wrong indents. Does reading this book change the way you think...
Was the book description accurate? Yes, the book description was definitely accurate and I enjoyed this little book that showcased love for our furry friends. How did you feel about the opening / ending sequences of the book? The foreword was by an author I liked so I'll have to go for the opening ...