Atwood, Ann. Haiku: The Mood of Earth. New York, NY.Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1971.Explores the essence of haiku and its direct relationship with nature. Haiku poems are illustrated with photographs.
Atwood, Ann. Haiku-Vision in Poetry and Photography. Scribner, 1977.A collection of haiku and haiga which are illustrated with photographs. Atwood describes how the spontaneity of photography makes the camera an effective instrument in developing a “haiku-vision”.
Behn, Harry. Cricket Songs: Japanese Haiku. Harcourt, Brace and World, 1964.A collection of haiku for young readers. Illustrated with pictures from Sesshu and other Japanese masters.
Behn, Harry. More Cricket Songs: Japanese Haiku. Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, 1971.A follow-up to Cricket Songs: Japanese Haiku. Illustrated with drawings and paintings of Japanese artists to accompany the work of twenty-nine poets.
Beilenson, Peter. A Haiku Garland: A Collection of Seventeen-Syllable Classic Poems. Peter Pauper Press, 1968.A collection of haiku poems written by a variety of poets.
Burr, David Stanford. The Love Poems of Lord Byron. New York,NY. St. Martin’s Press, 1990.A collection of romantic poetry.
DeForest, Charlotte Burgis. The Prancing Pony: Nursery Rhymes From Japan. Walker/Weatherill, 1968.A collection of nursery rhymes from Japan which can be compared to the Mother Goose type rhymes.
Demi. In the Eyes of the Cat: Japanese Poetry for All Seasons. New York, NY. Henry Holt and Company, 1992.A collection of nature poems organized according to the seasons and illustrated with paintings that correspond to the themes of the poems. Includes many haiku poems.
Festival In My Heart: Poems by Japanese Children. H. N. Abrams, 1993.An illustrated collection of poetry written by Japanese elementary school children that provides a portrait of the often mysterious Japanese culture. Contains poetry, school verse, writings and art.
Lewis, Richard. The Moment of Wonder-, A collection of Chinese and Japanese Poetry. New York, NY. Dial Press, 1964.A collection of Japanese and Chinese poetry which includes many haiku poems. Illustrated with paintings by Chinese and Japanese painters.
Mado, Michio. The Animals: Selected Poems. New York, NY. Margaret K. McElderry Books, 1992.A collection of twenty poems about animals, including the peacock, giraffe and sea cucumber. Includes both Japanese and English text.
O’Neill, Mary. Hailstones and Halibut Bones. New York, NY.Doubleday Dell Publishing Company, 1961.A collection of twelve poems which reflect the author’s feelings about each color of the rainbow. Beautifully illustrated with each color.
Shiffert, Edith (Marcombe) Comp. Anthology of Modern Japanese Poetry. Tokyo: Tuttle, 1972.A collection of free verse, tanka and haiku poems which includes brief biographies of the authors of each poem.
Stewart, Harold. A Net of Fireflies; Japanese Haiku and Haiku Paintings. C. E. Tuttle Company, 1960.A collection of haiga which integrates poetry and art in Japanese custom.