Hail to mail (Passports)

Hail to mail Passports A certified letter follows its intended recipient all over the world as the postal service attempts to catch up to him

  • Title: Hail to mail (Passports)
  • Author: Samuil Marshak Richard Pevear Vladimir Radunsky
  • ISBN: 9780153021640
  • Page: 303
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A certified letter follows its intended recipient all over the world as the postal service attempts to catch up to him.

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    About “Samuil Marshak Richard Pevear Vladimir Radunsky

    • Samuil Marshak Richard Pevear Vladimir Radunsky

      Samuil Yakovlevich Marshak Russian 3 November 1887 4 June 1964 was a Russian and Soviet writer, translator and children s poet Among his Russian translations are William Shakespeare s sonnets, poems by William Blake and Robert Burns, and Rudyard Kipling s stories Maxim Gorky proclaimed Marshak to be the founder of Russia s Soviet children s literature.

    238 thoughts on “Hail to mail (Passports)

    • This book, Hail to Mail--apparently a translation of a 1927 poem by Samuel Marshak of the Soviet Union--looked interesting to me and the illustrations were captivating so I brought it home. I appreciated the circular nature of the poem, which follows a letter as it is passed from one unwearied mailman to another across the globe to catch up with an explorer. I was hoping for a knee-slapping punchline at the end of the story. The poem was quickly wrapped up and ended with a salute to mail carrier [...]


    • The cadence of the poetry is a little clumsy at times, which would make reading it out loud a bit awkward at a few parts- to be expected in translation. However, it's a fun story with fun twists and turns, and the illustrations are unique and perfectly matched to the story. The art really makes it.


    • A letter and a mailman tracks a recipient all over the world. This book can introduce literary an element like rhyme scheme or rhyming words for young learners.


    • A fun book of poems that take the reader jaunting across the globe. The text is complemented perfectly by the wonderful Soviet Realist illustrations.


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