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Maya Angelou

Maya Angelou

·4.22·439,241 Ratings
“ Open your mouth only if what you are going to say is more beautiful than the silience. ” ― BUDDHA
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  • Just Give Me a Cool Drink of Water 'fore I Diiie

    1997·
    ·4.14·510 Ratings
    Maya Angelou's first poetry collection is vintage Angelou, full of love and rage, warmth and vitality. Simultaneous hardcover re-issue by Random House.
  • The Complete Collected Poems

    1994·
    ·4.41·7,526 Ratings
    For the first time, the complete collection of Maya Angelou's published poems-including "On the Pulse of Morning"-in a permanent collectible, handsome hardcover edition.
  • Celebrations: Rituals of Peace and Prayer

    2006·
    ·4.12·541 Ratings
    Grace, dignity, and eloquence have long been hallmarks of Maya Angelou’s poetry. Her measured verses have stirred our souls, energized our minds, and healed our hearts. Whether offering hope in the darkest of nights or expressing sincere joy at the extr
  • Hallelujah! The Welcome Table: A Lifetime of Memories with Recipes

    2004·
    ·4.24·769 Ratings
    Throughout Maya Angelou's life, food has played a key role at important moments. In this text she narrates some of these tales and then gives us recipes for the food that helped shape her memories.
  • The Collected Autobiographies of Maya Angelou

    2004·
    ·4.63·917 Ratings
    Superbly told, with the poet's gift for language and observation, Angelou's autobiography of her childhood in Arkansas - a world of which most Americans are ignorant.
  • Amazing Peace: A Christmas Poem

    2005·
    ·4.13·508 Ratings
    In this beautiful, deeply moving poem, Maya Angelou inspires us to embrace the peace and promise of Christmas, so that hope and love can once again light up our holidays and the world. “Angels and Mortals, Believers and Nonbelievers, look heavenward,”
  • Phenomenal Woman: Four Poems Celebrating Women

    1995·
    ·4.56·3,943 Ratings
    A collection of beloved poems about women from the iconic Maya AngelouThese four poems, "Phenomenal Woman," "Still I Rise," "Weekend Glory," and "Our Grandmothers," are among the most remembered and acclaimed of Maya Angelou's poems. They celebrate women
  • Mother: A Cradle to Hold Me

    2006·
    ·3.93·393 Ratings
    Poet, writer, performer, teacher, and director Maya Angelou was raised in Stamps, Arkansas, and then moved to San Francisco. In addition to her bestselling autobiographies, beginning with I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, she has also written a cookbook, H
  • And Still I Rise

    2001·
    ·4.41·3,096 Ratings
    In this inspiring poem, Maya Angelou celebrates the courage of the human spirit over the harshest of obstacles. An ode to the power that resides in us all to overcome the most difficult circumstances, this poem is truly an inspiration and affirmation of t
  • Life Doesn't Frighten Me

    1996·
    ·4.38·1,047 Ratings
    "Shadows on the wallNoises down the hallLife doesn't frighten me at all”Maya Angelou's brave, defiant poem celebrates the courage within each of us, young and old. From the scary thought of panthers in the park to the unsettling scene of a new classroom
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