Out of the Blue, An Anthology of Weather Poems, chosen by Fiona Waters
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Fiona Waters from Edinburgh was hooked on poetry from the moment she heard The Lady of Shalott on the radio when she was seven years old. She has compiled a great number of poetry anthologies for children over the years and is renowned in the world of children’s books for her passion and enthusiasm.
This compilation from 1982 offers lyrical, reflective and witty poems inspired by the weather. It includes a rain picture poem by George Macbeth and a spring sunshine poem by Ted Hughes.