Door to Door

A beautiful book-length sonnet comprised of forty-nine poems, exploring life in all of its phases.

Door to Door is a celebration of accident and grace in a world where wonder is too often supplanted by obligation. This collection of poems is split into four parts roughly corresponding to the author’s life phases, touching on her experiences of childhood, family, motherhood, and aging, as well as her reflections on art, love, loss, and the mysteries of the natural world.

Award-winning, best-selling author Emma Walton Hamilton’s love of language is evident throughout; her voice is playful, at times reverential, and always interested in the magic and imagery of the subjects she tackles.

About the Author

Emma Walton Hamilton is a Bridport Prize-winning poet, New York Times best-selling children’s author, editor, stage and television writer and producer, and educator. She and her mother, Julie Andrews, have coauthored over thirty books, nine of which have been best sellers. Emma currently lives in Sag Harbor, New York, with her husband and their two children.

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