The Day I Fell Down the Toilet and Other Poems Steve Turner, David Mostyn
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- 24 Jun 2016
- Dimensions: 96 pages: 130 x 198 mm
Whacky poems that take a roller-coaster ride from the crazy corners of dreams to the big questions of life. Steve Turners first collection of poetry for children is regularly in the best-seller lists. The poems make an instant impact on children, and the themes and ideas in them give lots of food for thought.
Contents I like Words First Word I Like Words Language Wriggle Wouldn't It Be Funny? The Naming of the Animals What Am I Words I Like Rhythm and Rhyme Heartbeat Seasons Drip Drip Drip Breathing Jack and Jill Boring Boring Boring InterCity Train Like This...Like That As Good as This My Love Is Like a Red Red Rose What Have You Done to the Wind? Sun Butterflies It's Raining Cats and Dogs Sitting by a Summer Pool Who Was I Before I Was Born? Memory and Magic I Like the World The Jumping Game Old Swear Word Sleepy Time Spell In the Beginning Standing On My Head Other Ways of Seeing Things Upside Down Ghosts I Am the Sea TV Dinner The Vegetables Strike Back The Final Straw I'll Run Away From Home Who Am I? The Olden Days God Is Still Making Up Numbers Who Made the World? Hard to Please It Wasn't Me My Dad I Can't Sit Still Who's a Lovely Girl? Messages to the World Who Made a Mess? All We Need Television News I Know the Santa More Sweets Telling Tales Inside My Head What I Did Last Night The Day I Fell Down the Toilet The Death of a Fly Nightmare on the Game Machine My Grandparent's House A Wee Poem There Was an Old Woman A Knees-Up With Words The Ding-Song Song A Knees-Up With Words Punch-Line Week Tomorrow Bottoms Bugler Bill Putting It All Together Strings and Things The Worst School in the World Lists Snail Fireworks My Teacher Nobody Likes You When You Grow Up
STEVE TURNER is a performance poet and journalist. Author of several anthologies of adult verse, children's poetry and many rock biographies.|DAVID MOSTYN is a widely published cartoonist and illustrator
A wonderful children’s poetry book, full of amusing, thought-provoking verse.|Highly observant, often poignant, sometimes naughty and always fresh and funny.|Full of quirky humour and strong rhymes that kids adore.|Children and quite a few adults will enjoy the poems in this collection. Pollution, religion, growing up and families are just some of the topics the author uses for this amusing anthology. I rate this collection as good as those by Roger McGough and Brian Patten.|One of the most original and child-friendly voices...