From Snow to Snow, Poems by Robert Frost, Photographs by B. A. King, edited by Edward Connery Latham, Dean of Libraries Emeritus at Dartmouth College, Time & Quiet Press
The original edition of From Snow to Snow by Robert Frost was published in 1936 by Henry Holt and Company. It was initially issued for complimentary distribution at a convention of the National Education Association. Three additional printings in 1936 were made for general sale. In all editions, the only illustration included was a frontispiece, consisting of a holograph facsimile of the poem “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening.”
From Snow to Snow is reprinted for the first time, through permission granted by the Estate of Robert Frost and by Henry Holt and Company. In this reprinted version, Mr. King adds his beautiful black and white photographs, which are a lovely complement to Mr. Frost’s poetry.
A beautifully bound hardcover edition with thick paper pages, this book will be a treasured, longtime addition to any family’s library.
And of course, reading is fun–and fun learning is forever learning!