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Emma Reads Poetry for “The Love Book”

Just in time for Valentine’s Day Emma has recorded several poems for the latest update of The Love Book app. The Love Book, both an app and a paper book, are “compendiums of some of the greatest poems, love letters, quotes and prose ever written on the wonderful (but troublesome) theme of love.” In the app you can hear many of these read by Helena Bonham Carter, Tom Hiddleston, Damian Lewis, Helen McCrory, Gina Bellman and Emma.

The app is available on Google Play or iTunes. 10% of all sales will go to the charity Save the Children.

In the trailer below you can hear short clips of Emma reading from Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare and The Orange by Wendy Cope.

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4 Responses to “Emma Reads Poetry for “The Love Book””

  1. D-one says:

    She says “give me my Romeo” in a very unique way 🙂
    I could almost say she was a bit nervous!

  2. Sweet_Rose says:

    Awwww, it’s so sweet! 🙂

  3. Heini says:

    I really love this app!!

  4. Kristen says:

    The Give me my Romeo sounded like when she plays Princess Pea 🙂 This was cute!!