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About the author:
Steve Attewell was born in the sleepy village of Fair Oak in the south of England in the peak of the long, hot summer of 1975. He thinks this might be why he doesn't like the cold very much. His first published book of amusing poetry for kids is "Once, I Laughed My Socks Off".
Once, I Laughed My Socks Off - Poems for kids
This delightful children's poetry book contains a collection of fun and imaginative poems for fun and imaginative kids (and those adults that still behave like kids).
Learn why you should tidy up after yourself, why midnight snacking is not such a good idea, and what to do if you laugh so hard that your socks come off!
This book of funny children's poems contains a host of interesting stories and characters for your kids to enjoy. Each story more fun that the last.
The poems are written to encourage reluctant young readers to find enjoyment in poetry, and the wonder of words.
Amongst the stories you'll find Melvin the midnight-snacking, sneaking teddy bear who can't wait to get his hands on the rest of the jam. Two collared doves, Ebb and Flo, who narrowly escape a run-in with the cat and fall in love. My socks (which won't stop dancing around). And Desmond, your friendly, but slightly present-obsessed Christmas fairy.
This book is suitable for 4 to 50 year-olds.
- Publication Date:
- 1475030452 / 9781475030457
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5" x 8"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Juvenile Fiction / Stories in Verse