The Most Impossible Parents by Brian Patten
  

The Most Impossible Parents

Written by Brian Patten
Illustrated by Arthur Robins
Part of the Walker Racing Reads Series

Synopsis

The Most Impossible Parents by Brian Patten

Ben and Mary have got an embarrassing problem, their parents - they're impossible!Ben and Mary's parents are a total embarrassment, whether they're at school for parents' day or at home wanting to become green. And now Mr Norm has entered a poetry competition and claims he's won - surely that's impossible!

About the Author

Brian Patten

Brian Patten was born in Liverpool in 1946. His poetry for adults has been published in many languages and his collections include ‘Love Poems’, ‘Storm Damage’, and ‘Grinning Jack’. His work for children includes the poetry collections ‘Gargling with Jelly’ and ‘Thawing Frozen Frogs’ as well as plays and the award-winning novel ‘Mr Moon’s Last Case’.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
96 pages

Author

Brian Patten
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Author's Website

www.brianpatten.co.uk/

Publisher

Walker Books Ltd

Publication date

3rd May 2010

ISBN

9781406321869


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