Tag: poetry

The Children’s Book of Virtues | William J. Bennett

“What do you need for the baby?” I found that question hard to answer when I was pregnant with our third daughter. No baby toys; no bibs; no onesies. We had all of those in the […]

Psalms for Young Children | Marie-Helene Delval

When it comes to the Psalms, I’ll be honest: they contain certain passages that aren’t exactly suited to small ears. And somehow, like a ship out of the fog, you never quite see those passages […]

All The Small Poems and Fourteen More | Valerie Worth

There are beautiful things, and there are useful things. But there are also things both beautiful and useful—those are the very best. In writing, it is the same: there are beautifully written novels, and terribly useful […]

The Book of Virtues | William J. Bennett

Based on the title alone, one might assume that The Book of Virtues is a dusty, half-forgotten classic chock full of words like “assuage.” But one would be sorely mistaken. The Book of Virtues was published […]