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Book Description
A poignant collection of poems by a girl so young, a wise soul and ever-curious eyes. Aaliya paints the world around her with a sense of wonder, making us pause as readers and admire the colours. Through the regret of an Abandoned Cat or a delightful savouring of A Morning Cup of Tea; through the vision of Soldiers marching or sounds of a Nightingale chirping; Aaliya's poems offer a fresh perspect... More
Book Information
PublisherCyberwit.net
BindingPaperback
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages30
ISBN-109388125509
ISBN-13978-9388125505
Publication Date01/09/2019
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About Aaliya Syeda (Author) : Aaliya Syeda is a published author. A published credit of Aaliya Syeda is Random Stars.
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