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The Best of Border Voices: Poet Laureates, Pulitzer-Prize Winners & the Wisdom of Kids by Jack Webb
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.6" Width: 5.6" Height: 0.9" Weight: 1.15 lbs.
Release Date Feb 15, 2007
Publisher Level 4 Press
ISBN 1933769246 ISBN13 9781933769240
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More About Jack Webb
Thanks to Jack Webb, Sergeant Joe Friday is the most popular police character in television history. Webb began in film and appeared in Billy Wilder's 1950 classic, Sunset Boulevard, but it was Dragnet that brought him popular and critical acclaim. After Dragnet, Webb returned to feature films as a director and an actor, and for a time was head of Warner Television. He died in 1982.
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The Best of Border Voices gathers the cream of the crop Jun 9, 2007
Edited by award-winning investigative reporter and founder of the Border Voices Poetry Project Jack Webb, The Best of Border Voices: Poet Laureates, Pulitzer Prize Winners & the Wisdom of Kids is an anthology of poetry compiled from one of America's largest poetry festivals for sixteen years, featuring nationally renowned poets, award-winning student poets of San Diego county, and poetry teachers from the school district. The Best of Border Voices gathers the cream of the crop from the sixteen years of festivals. Poems by students, teachers, and widely beloved professionals fill the collection from cover to cover; a number of simple black-and-white illustrations and even photographs of the authors spice up the brief yet pithy and eclectic contributions. "Secret": Soft, white and misshapen / Her tired, aching hands sprinkle tiny seeds- / new life over the soil. / Her fingers are bent / and look as though they will wither away / like the dead weeds she tosses aside. / There is something in her hands, in their past / that is a mystery to me- / I am too young.