Really Rotten Rhymes by Gabriel Fitzmaurice
  

Synopsis

Really Rotten Rhymes by Gabriel Fitzmaurice

Based on the author's experiences as a teacher, as a parent, and as a big kid himself, these newly composed rhymes present the really rotten moments that children relish. These are rhymes that children, young and old, will enjoy repeating to themselves and to friends - they're rotten and they're slightly, but nicely, rude. The children love them, their grown-ups pretend to be less amused (but in secret they love them too!)

About the Author

Gabriel Fitzmaurice is Ireland's best-selling children's poet. He was born in the village of Moyvane in Co. Kerry and is the principal of the local national school. His previous books for children include I'm Proud to Be Me, But Dad!, The Oopsy Kid and Don't Squash Fluffy. Stella Macdonald has received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Tasmanian School of Art in Australia. She works as an illustrator, graphic designer, writer, cartoonist and animator, showing her short films and animations internationally.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
96 pages
Interest Age: 6-9

Author

Gabriel Fitzmaurice
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Publisher

The Mercier Press Ltd

Publication date

20th April 2007

ISBN

9781856355445


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