This is a collection of poetry and literature that speaks to the emotions of young readers in middle school and up. Richard Peck, who edited the celebrated poetry collection has chosen poems by John Ciardi, HJames Dickey, Phyllis McGinley, Sylvia Plath, Ishmael Reed, Richard Wilbur, and others, to express the range of human feeling - the loneliness, anger, fear, love and joy that are so much a part of who, and what, we are. Far from being timid whispers, the poems in 'Pictures That Storm Inside My Head' voice a spirited affirmation of out most honest emotions- of the thoughts so private they're hard to share yet so painful it hurts to keep them bottled up inside.
Used availability for Richard Peck's Pictures That Storm Inside My Head
May 1983 : USA Paperback
1976 : USA Paperback