Fitchburg, WI (PressExposure) November 09, 2009 -- From religious to inspirational to comedy to childrenâs material, this poetry collection by rising author John Headstream is sure to touch the minds and hearts of both young and old readers. Poetry that appeals to kindergarten students and college folks alike, Bright Stories and Little Literature for Children has covered a myriad of themes that inspire and entertain.
This delightful little Åuvre delicately encapsulates the joy and carefree nature of a long-lost childhood. This is not poetry to be analyzed, but poetry to be read aloudâto a child or grandchild. This is poetry unbound, cavorting and running through the fields with its hair let down. The sparkling flow of verse is almost Dadaist in its twists and turns, leaping from one facet to another, unconstrained by rules and conventions. Upon occasion, a darker note creeps in, but only for a moment before the natural joie de vivre of the writer returns us to sunnier prospects. The delight of childhood and the joy of an untarnished, not-yet-cynical outlook shine through these pages.
Fun and educational, insightful and thoughtful, this poetry anthology is a great addition to every childâs library. This book can be purchased online through http://www.Amazon.com or [http://www.DorranceBookstores.com].
About the Author John Headstream is in love with language. Young and single, as yet, he makes his home in West Texas, near the old cattle town of Abilene, where he enjoys the sense of history that highlights the finest traditions of Texas. He is determined to make his mark as a writer, and that has become his overwhelming preoccupation. And this slim volume marks the beginning of a promising career.