2 edition of Poems for many minds found in the catalog.
Poems for many minds
Felix John O"Neill
|Other titles||Lyrics from hills and vales.|
|Statement||by Felix J. O"Neill.|
|LC Classifications||PS3529.N52 L8 1931|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||337|
|LC Control Number||31034880|
Every 4 th Wednesday of every month, Free Minds Book Club & Writing Workshop hosts Write Night events in which volunteers write positive and encouraging feedback on poems by our incarcerated book club members. However, since poems are not sent in already typed, we ask volunteers to help us type poems professionally for distribution. I was wondering what "not in copyright" means for the book "original poems for infant minds." I am an artist and I was thinking about using one of the poems for a children's book but I wasn't sure what the copyright rules where for this particular book and if I could use the poem without breaking the :
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