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James Carter, Brian Moses - Authors

Brian Moses spends half his time writing and the rest of the time visiting schools across the UK and Europe to perform his poetry and percussion show. His poetry books include Brian Moses' School Report, Behind the Staffroom Door and A Cat Called Elvis. His solo collections and anthologies for Macmillan have sold over 1 million copies and he is featured on the National Poetry Archive. He is co-author of What Are We Fighting For?, a new collection of war poems written especially for a younger audience. James Carter lives in Oxfordshire with his wife and two daughters. His poems have been published in dozens of anthologies, in his own collection, Journey to the Centre of My Brain, and in Grrr! Dinos, Dragons and Other Beastie Poems.

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Spooky Poems
James Carter, Brian Moses - illustrated by Chris Garbutt
It's spook o'clock alright in this excellent collection of scary poems and what a range of subject, tone and form there is to enjoy. Here are funny poems – of course - some silly ones, and some that are really...
Lovereading Price: £3.99 - Saving £1.00 (20%) Featured in: 7+ readers | 9+ readers
Format: Paperback | Released 24/09/2015
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