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PublisherA & C Black Publishers Ltd
Suitable for AgesFeatured Books for 7+ readers
Featured Books for 9+ readers
Poetry Books for Children
Publication date1st February 2010
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My Cat is in Love with The Goldfish and Other Loopy Love Poems
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Age 7+. A wonderful collection of mad love poems that will make you giggle, squirm and swoon. When frogs don’t turn into princes and a whale falls head over tail for a submarine, love really does turn upside down.
SynopsisMy Cat is in Love with The Goldfish and Other Loopy Love Poems by Graham Denton
Following the same successful formula of The Secret Life of Pants and Let's Recycle Grandad, My Cat is in Love with the Goldfish is a compilation of the loopiest love poems ever brought together in one collection. This is a truly original and engaging book of poems that kids will find impossible to resist. Forget the Owl and the Pussycat, here we've got the skunk and the porcupine, the octopus and the rhinoceros, a whale that falls head over tail for a submarine, and much more besides. With tongue twisters, limericks, epitaphs, haiku, love songs, and wonderfully witty wordplay throughout, My Cat is in Love with the Goldfish is a refreshing new take on one of poetry's perennial themes.
Reviews'When I caught my two children guffawing with laughter, reading a poetry book, I knew this was going to be a good book.'http://charles/Editorial/ai.asp?isbn=9781408115596&imp=1 Birmingham Post (February 2010) 'Delightfully daft fun for age eight plus.'
Irish Examiner (February 2010)
About The Author
Graham Denton is a widely published poet and anthologist. Publications of poems selected by Graham include My Cat is in Love with the Goldfish for A&C Black, as well as Silly Superstitions (Macmillan), Wild! Rhymes that Roar (Macmillan) and the CLPE-short-listed Giving You the Willies (Delightfully Devilish Verse and Much Much Worse).
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