Night Feeds and Morning SongsHonest, fierce and beautiful poems about motherhood

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The perfect gift for expectant mothers and new mums, whether it's her first baby or her fifth. 'I read every single poem and wished that I'd had this book when I was pregnant, and feeding a baby, and watching her grow.' Sophie Heawood, author of The…

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    Om Night Feeds and Morning Songs

    The perfect gift for expectant mothers and new mums, whether it's her first baby or her fifth. 'I read every single poem and wished that I'd had this book when I was pregnant, and feeding a baby, and watching her grow.' Sophie Heawood, author of The Hungover Games A collection of honest, fierce and beautiful poems about being a mother, from pregnancy and birth to growing up and leaving home. Curated by acclaimed anthologist Ana Sampson, Night Feeds and Morning Songs examines motherhood from all angles, capturing the mess and the madness, to the joy and the wonder.


    I read every single poem and wished that I'd had this book when I was pregnant, and feeding a baby, and watching her grow. I longed for such a book of observations on what it is to make a human. A beautiful collection, capturing that soft everyday magic of having babies - it's nice to have comradeship in this very particular type of love. If any book could distil the tender furious overwhelm of motherhood, I think it's this one. Ana Sampson's collection of poems is just the thing to dip into after the night-time feed.

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    Format
    Nedlastbar lydbok
    Kopisperre
    Vannmerket (SDRM)
    Utgivelsesår
    2021
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9781398702523
    Spilletid
    191min.

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