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A vast array of poems old and new joyously celebrates each special day of the year, telling of New Year's resolutions, Valentine's Day love, Easter parades, Fourth of July fireworks, and more. Featuring verse from favorites like Walt Whitman, Jack Prelutsky, and Langston Hughes and poetic lyrics from the likes of Cole Porter and Oscar Hammerstein, plus heartfelt introductions by Julie Andrews describing favorite family holiday moments, this is the perfect collection for families to share together.
©2012 Julie Andrews and Emma Walton Hamilton (P)2012 Hachette Audio
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By Deborah on 05-06-15

Love it!!

As my BFF says, "I could listen to Julie Andrews read a phone book". Nice selection of poems covering the entire year. This and her other book of poems puts me to sleep at night... NOT because the book is boring but because of her soothing voice.

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By zenabuff on 03-24-15

Julie and her daughter do a good job

What made the experience of listening to Julie Andrews' Treasury for All Seasons the most enjoyable?

That it was fun, but more geared to kids, I still enjoyed it, they read some good poetry, and stuff. It just missed being a 5 star thing by a little but it just lack that little spark for me the adult listener. (Why I was listening to kids was the problem but it said it had a lot of poetry I liked to hear and also like Andrews.)

Who was your favorite character and why?

It was a few people reading poems, it had to find a favorite character, My favorite poem was by Langston Hughes.

Have you listened to any of Julie Andrews and Emma Walton Hamilton ’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I have a Julie Andrews book Home waiting for me to listen too, I enjoyed the book completely and it was on sale so I bought it but have not had time to listen yet.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I smiled a bit at some of the poems, I really enjoyed listening to them.

Any additional comments?

For a mostly kids book, its not too bad for adults too.

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