Publisher Price: $19.95
Published: Sep 25 2020
Height: 0.40 Width: 6.00 Depth: 7.00
The word shelter invokes the importance of safety and comfort in life. Whether permanent or temporary, shelter is among the basic human rights and is also needed by plants and animals. Here poet Margaret Hasse and artist Sharon DeMark offer words and images of thirty dwellings that can be entered in the imagination, including physical structures--hut, house, turtle shell--sanctuaries, and common experiences such as hugging, reading a book, or playing hide and seek. Poetry and art are always a pleasure but are especially meaningful during perilous times such as the one we are now living through.