More books by Judith Nicholls
PublisherBarefoot Books Ltd
Publication date1st March 2008
Barefoot Books celebrate art and story that opens the hearts and minds of children from all walks of life, inspiring them to read deeper, search further, and explore their own creative gifts. They take their inspiration from many different cultures, focusing on themes that encourage independence of spirit, enthusiasm for learning, and sharing of the world’s diversity.
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The Sun In Me
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Age 5+ This is a wonderful collection of poems, whose theme is the world around us and how we see nature through the eyes of a child, through wonder and intense curiosity. A terrific book to share the wonders of our world with all the family.
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SynopsisThe Sun In Me by Judith Nicholls
An anthology of classic stories for younger children. It combines stories such as "The Ugly Duckling" and "The Three Little Pigs" with lesser-known favorites like "The Timid Hare".
About The Author
Judith Nicholls is one of Britain's best-known poets for children, with over 50 books published and more than 500 schools visited since 1985. She has also appeared on radio, TV, and has shared a poetry training video with Michael Rosen. With three children and six grandchildren of her own, and a wide experience of teaching before becoming a poet, she has developed a real understanding of what entertains children; she brings that into her poetry so well that Junior Bookshelf described her as being "beyond question in the front rank of poets whose work is accessible to the young."
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