Pom-Pom Goes to Bramble Wood by Sandra Christina Shaw
  

Synopsis

Pom-Pom Goes to Bramble Wood by Sandra Christina Shaw

Everyone admires the new dress her mother has made for Pom-Pom. It has tiny rosebuds stitched around the hem, and Pom-Pom looks very pretty indeed in it. It is certainly not the sort of dress she ought to wear when she is meeting her friends to play in Bramble Wood. Full of fun, and bursting with energy, she cannot keep from joining in with every game. But things with Pom-Pom are apt to go wrong and soon poor Pom-Pom is in trouble again. Pom-Pom Goes to Bramble Wood is the third book in this series for rhyming stories for children.

About the Author

Sandra Christina Shaw was born in Birmingham in 1950, and moved to Hertfordshire at the age of five. Later in life, having resided in Berkshire, Wiltshire and Cornwall, she returned to Hertfordshire in 2009. She has always had a passion for poetry since she was a young girl, but her greatest desire was to become an actress. This stays with her, even today. Now retired, she enjoys writing at leisure, particularly for children, although she finds that adults enjoy her work just as much as the youngsters do.

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Format

Paperback
44 pages

Author

Sandra Christina Shaw
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Publisher

Arthur H.Stockwell Ltd

Publication date

31st January 2015

ISBN

9780722344750


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