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Book Title: Let's Have a Giggle: ( Poems of Everyday Topics your Child will encounter )|
The author of the book: Ian Clements
Edition: Ian Clements
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Date of issue: July 8th 2015
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Who is that Man over the wall?
He has a long face and is six feet tall.
A giant of a Man and he has no hair
But Mum say's it is rude to stare.
Who is that Man, why is he Old?
He is our neighbour , his name's Mr Gold
Mr Gold , Mr Gold, Oh so Old
But I must not stare and do as I'm told .
This is a Short eBook of Children's Poems like above .
All the Poems are based on Everyday Topics Children can encounter for the first time in early life such as Building a first Snowman, Going to the Zoo, Handing in Homework , Going on a School Trip or the Zoo and much more. Great for Early Readers and a chance to capture the Imagination of a Child's regular life with the use of Funny Poems and Verse.
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Read information about the author'Biography?' I mused, tapping my pipe on the arm of the chair in idle thought.
There was a creak to my right as a gentleman, lulled by brandy and heat of the fire, awoke to utter: 'A summation of your life, good fellow. Triumphs, pitfalls, steamy romances.'
I sipped whisky and stared into the hearth's soothing dance of flame. 'They shall not be reassured, thus. I was born before a blank page, blood black as ink for that ravenous foolscap. I have destroyed more worlds then most men view in a lifetime. Adverbs whisper to me in the darkness. My first short story was forty thousand words, and I do not understand Twitter.'
The gentleman grunted assent and drew on his cigar. 'Well then. Do you plan giveaways, some form of question and answer scenario?'
'Perhaps' I murmured, steepling fingers as a calculating smile spread across my face.