Although reviewing children’s book is usually more my style, I couldn’t resist sharing my love of this book, which I have borrowed from my library, but which I must have a copy of for myself.     In an age where it is increasingly difficult to persuade a publisher to publish a book of poetry, it is a joy indeed to see this book published, though the poems in question are the writings of that much celebrated American poet, Emily Dickinson, yet this large coffee table format book is gorgeously sparse in its delightfully indulgent layout, consisting as it does in photographs of Dickinson’s own stationery, scrawled poems handwritten on stamped envelopes, revealing her own unusual line breaks and punctuations, in the middle of…