All Our Wild Wonder

Renowned poet and Youtube sensation Sarah Kay will be signing copies of her upcoming book All Our Wild Wonder exclusively for the Strand! Signed copies of All Our Wild Wonder are available for preorder now. Sarah will be inscribing custom messages in addition to signing – perfect for your favorite teacher, mentor, or just a gift for yourself.

Sarah will inscribe copies of All Our Wild Wonder in early March 2018. Place orders now for National Poetry Month, National Teachers’ Day, graduation gifts, and beyond!

Enter your custom inscription (up to 70 characters, not including Sarah’s signature) below and add to bag to get your copy of All Our Wild Wonder signed and personalized by Sarah Kay. Your inscription will appear in the "gift notes" field at checkout - be sure not to overwrite your inscription! Signed copies will ship on March 5th.

You must enter an inscription to have your book customized.

The deadline for ordering this book with an inscription is 3/3/18 at 11:59pm.

Tune In For The Live Stream!

All Our Wild Wonder author Sarah Kay will be at Strand on March 5th at 4:30pm to sign books and do a Q&A - and we'll be livestreaming the whole thing! Tune in to ask questions and watch the stream!

More about All Our Wild Wonder

For anyone who's ever had a teacher who made a profound impact on their life, comes a moving single-poem volume from renowned education advocate, TED speaker, and YouTube sensation Sarah Kay that celebrates the importance of teachers everywhere. All Our Wild Wonder is a vibrant tribute to extraordinary educators and a celebration of learning. The perfect gift for the mentors in our lives, this charming, illustrated poem reminds us of the beauty in, and importance of, cultivating curiosity, creativity, and confidence in others.

Sarah Kay is the author of three additional poetry books: No Matter the Wreckage, B, and The Type. She is the founder and co-director of Project VOICE, an organization that brings spoken word poetry to schools and communities around the world. Sarah has been invited to share her poetry on such diverse stages as the 2011 TED Conference; the Malthouse Theatre in Melbourne, Australia; the Royal Danish Theatre in Copenhagen, Denmark; and Carnegie Hall in New York City, among hundreds of other venues around the world.