From Mouth to Mouth e-book
by John Agard,Grace Nichols,Annabel Wright
From Mouth to Mouth (with Grace Nichols; illustrated by Annabel Wright). a b John Agard profile at Jubilee Books. a b Dawes, Kwame Senu Neville (2001). Talk yuh talk: interviews with Anglophone Caribbean poets. University of Virginia Press. p. 244. ISBN 9780813919461.
From Mouth to Mouth (with Grace Nichols; illustrated by Annabel Wright). Frances Lincoln Children's Books, 2005. Hodder & Stoughton, 2005. Butter-Finger (with Bob Cattell, illustrated by Pam Smy). Anne Mette Finderup, Agnete Fog (2010).
John Agard and Grace Nichols were brought up in Guyana and moved to Britain in 1977. Both are well-known writers and performers of poetry and they have each produced a number of poetry books for both adults and children. Under the Moon and Over the Sea, one of their bestknown children’s poetry collaborations, won the CLPE Poetry Award. They have also published A Caribbean Dozen and From Mouth to Mouth.
Paint Me A Poem: New Poems Inspired by Art in the Tate A. & C. Black, 2004. Everybody Got a Gift A. Black, 2005. Nichols, Grace - (1950 ) Born in Georgetown, Guyana, she gained a diploma in communications at the University of Guyana, then worked as a freelance journalist and reporter. She migrated to the . in 1977, where she still lives with her partner, the poet Joh. ritish and Irish poets.
From Mouth To Mouth book. It is in his poetry that John Agard makes his greatest contribution to children's literature.
As Judith Nicholls of Books for Your Children observed, Nichols "has a wonderful gift for making words sing for younger children
Paint Me a Poem: New Poems Inspired by Art in Tate, A. and C. Black (London, England), 2004. Everybody's Got a Gift: New and Selected Poems, A. Black (London, England), 2005. As Judith Nicholls of Books for Your Children observed, Nichols "has a wonderful gift for making words sing for younger children. Nichols was born in Georgetown, Guyana in 1950, the fifth of seven children. She was raised in the village of Highdam and attended the school where her father worked as headmaster and her mother taught piano.
John Agard at Bloodaxe Books.
London: Walker, 2004. Tiger Dead! Tiger Dead!: Stories from the Caribbean (with Grace Nichols; illustrated by Satoshi Kitamura). London: Collins, 2008 . John Agard at Bloodaxe Books. John Agard (1949-) at the AQA Digital Anthology. John Agard: Making Waves at the BBC".
John Agard, Grace Nichols, Cathie Felstead. A rich and diverse anthology collecting the work of thirteen leading Caribbean poets. Infused with the flavours and rhythms of Trinidad, Guyana, Jamaica, Barbados and the Bahamas, A Caribbean Dozen vividly evokes the childhood memories of the Caribbean's finest poets: Valerie Bloom, Faustin Charles, Telcine Turner, David Campbell, Opal Palmer Adisa, Marc Matthews, Dionne Brand, Pamela Mordecai, John Lyons, Frank Collymore, James Berry, Grace Nichols and John Agard.
Agard is a versatile writer known for his poems, short stories, children’s literature . Here is an analysis of the poem Half-Caste by John Agard
Agard is a versatile writer known for his poems, short stories, children’s literature, drama . Here is an analysis of the poem Half-Caste by John Agard. Agard is a versatile writer known for his poems, short stories, children’s literature, drama, and nonfiction. Agard was born in what is now Guyana in 1949; he is of Afro-Guyanese descent, and his mixed race upbringing is probably his inspiration for writing this poem. He has won various awards for his children’s books and poetry throughout his career, and in 1993, he became the Poet in Residence at the BBC in London. Agard continues to write and publish his works today. Summary of Half-Caste.
Grace Nichols was born in Georgetown, Guyana, in 1950 and . Grace Nichols lives in England with her partner, the poet John Agard. Critical perspective.
Grace Nichols was born in Georgetown, Guyana, in 1950 and grew up in a small country village on the Guyanese coast. She moved to the city with her family when she was eight, an experience central to her first novel, Whole of a Morning Sky (1986), set in 1960s Guyana in the middle of the country's struggle for independence. The book won the Commonwealth Poetry Prize and a subsequent film adaptation of the book was awarded a gold medal at the International Film and Television Festival of New York.