Lansing, Mich. (PRWEB) October 08, 2011
Fascination and delight await readers in an endearing book by poet and author Gudmundina Haflidason. She will take readers on a beautiful trip to witness New England’s four distinct seasons, each with its own character and appeal, in Poetry in Verse Composition. In this charming book, readers will find themselves amid the comfort of nature and the wonders of God’s creations.
The distinctive change of seasons in New England allures many people to this region of the country. In Poetry in Verse Composition, readers will experience its winter solstice, vernal equinox, summer solstice, and autumn solstice which all bring beautiful reflection of God’s power – making New England a true all-year-round destination for travelers. In this book, they will find four literary pieces that depict nature heritage, philosophy of quiet and undisturbed judgment, and practical wisdom. They will uncover many things and listen to the sounds as the seasons change.
Mesmerizing, soothing, and impressively powerful, Poetry in Verse Composition exudes an aura of happiness and enjoyment that will touch and inspire anyone’s heart.
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About the Author
Gudmundina Haflidason is 100 percent Icelandic. She is a daughter of a late sea captain, Sigurdur Rósenkar Haflidason of Reykjavik, Iceland. She arrives from a long line of Icelandic writers in her family and began composing poetry on her native language when still a child. Iceland has more writers, more bookstores, and published more books than any country in the world—per capita.
Poetry in Verse Composition * by Gudmundina Haflidason
Publication Date: July 29, 2011
Picture Book; $21.99; 26 pages; 978-1-4653-3723-8
Picture Book Hardcover; $31.99; 26 pages; 978-1-4653-3724-5
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