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If {poem} by Rudyard Kipling

If {poem}

by Rudyard Kipling

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The poem is powerful one--- about perseverance, overcoming obstacles, keeping your resolve in the face of life's difficulties--- and is placed over pictures of athletes in the book. I suppose it could be good as a warm-up for a young English class, or to be used as a poetry example or to spur discussion. Content-wise? Why not just put it on a poster? ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0689877994, Hardcover)

What makes a boy into a man?





For more than one hundred years, this classic poems has inspired readers to reach for the best in themselves.

In pictures and words, here's what every boy needs to know most.

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An illustrated version of one of Kipling's famous poems about a father's advice to his son.

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