Enjoy the Poems Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Enjoy the Poems of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow


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Enjoy the Poems of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

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Give your children the gift of poetry with the Enjoy the Poems series! Enjoy 26 complete poems, a portrait of the poet, and a living biography so you and your students can get to know Henry Wadsworth Longfellow well.

A simple schedule suggests how you can linger with Longfellow for a whole school year to learn his style and enjoy the poems together in just a few minutes once a week. Plus, Enjoy the Poems will help you

  • Encourage imagination with helpful tips for Setting the Imaginary Stage.
  • Nourish a love for poetic expression by allowing the poems to speak for themselves.
  • Enjoy powerful use of language with occasional definitions.
  • Gain confidence with practical and inspiring Poetry Notes from Charlotte Mason and others.
  • Cultivate good character through beautiful words well put.

“The line that strikes us as we read, that recurs, that we murmur over at odd moments—this is the line that influences our living.”—Charlotte Mason

Influence your children’s living with the highest form of literature—Enjoy the poems!

Additional Information

Weight.47 lbs
Dimensions11 × 8.5 × .1 in





E-book, Stapled


Grade 8, Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 1, Grade 12, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7

Lesson Plan

Enrichment Studies, Volume 2


1 review for Enjoy the Poems of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

  1. hmsiebert

    A delightful, well-rounded collection of poetry by Longfellow. My large family, with kids (boys & girls) from 12 to 8 (and a five-year-old & preschooler who listen in), especially enjoyed the poems about the weather: the first snow and sunny days especially. Our vocabulary has increased, and I appreciate the notes on the side with definitions as well as explanations of obscure references to myths or other cultures, etc. I’m happy to find that repeating a poem really does result in memorization, and even my five-year-old can recite “Something Left Undone.” In all, I’m so pleased with this resource. My family is learning to love poetry, and our weekly readings feel like visiting a friend, our friend Longfellow.

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