A super fun book of laugh-out-loud poems for adults and children alike. It’s a bundle of joy in a book by one of our favourite poets Joshua Seigal. It became part of our morning routine, start off the day with our fave poems – which by the way are Never Forget Your Trousers and What’s That Noise. Sold on poetry, sold on Joshua, sold on this beautifully silly book.
Packed full of silly, funny, or downright hilarious poems (with some serious ones mixed in), this new collection by Joshua Seigal (winner of the Laugh Out Loud Awards) is perfect for fans of Michael Rosen.
With poems on every topic from demon cats to why you should NEVER forget your trousers, this is a must-have new collection from prize-winning poet Joshua Seigal. This book is a wonderful mix of subversive humour and brilliant insight into children's perspectives on the world. Get ready for the craziness to begin!
If ... you still think, 'I don't like poetry,' this might be the collection for you: Joshua Seigal's very imaginative and wonderful collection. - The Times
When you read this book, the windows will burp and the grass will turn blue. That's how magic these poems are. - Michael Rosen
What do you mean you don't like poetry? This must mean you've not read the debut collection of poems from Joshua Seigal! Joshua Seigal is a rising star in the children's poetry world and this new collection of his poems will be a real crowd-pleaser. - LoveReading4Kids
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This is a little gem of a poetry book, perfect for any household and school. Joshua Seigal is definitely my new favourite poet. - Books for Keeps
About Joshua Seigal
Joshua Seigal is an internationally renowned poet, performer and educator. His first book with Bloomsbury, I Don't Like Poetry, was nominated for the Laugh Out Loud Award, an award Joshua has subsequently won twice. He is also a recipient of The People's Book Prize, and has performed at schools and festivals around the world, including the Edinburgh Book Festival, the Cheltenham Literature Festival, and the Dubai Literature Festival. He is an Official Ambassador for National Poetry Day, and has been commissioned to write and perform for the BBC. He can normally be found running poetry workshops and performances in schools, either online or in real life.