What Do Rabbits Think And Other Poems for Children by Brian Reddin


What Do Rabbits Think And Other Poems for Children by Brian Reddin

This work features poems that stick up for the little guy who never gets picked for the soccer team. From the serious (running away from home) to the surreal (two bits of sticky tape falling in love!), these are the poems to make you smile! There's a guy in my class who says I'm dumb just because I'm no good at sums. But I can count to twenty and I think that's plenty. Whenever people count their toes for fun they always call me the baby one and that just fills me full of rage, because all five of us are exactly the same age.

About the Author

Brian Reddin was born and reared in Dublin. As a young man he was obsessed with Elvis and old movies, passions which led him to graduate from NIHE with a degree in Communications and begin working in RTE on Scratch Saturday. He moved from there to presenting the long running The Last Picture Show. From there he formed Adare Productions and has won four IFTAs for producing the travel series presented by Hector on TG4. He is married with two children and still lives in Dublin. He's also still annoyed at Elvis for dying at 42.

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64 pages
Interest Age: 8-12


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Publication date

31st July 2006



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