There's A Crocodile in the House

There's A Crocodile in the House

Book - 2020
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Big sharp teeth. Open mouth. There's a Crocodile in the house! Poems that invite action, joining in, jumping up, sitting very still, and always lots of laughter. Topics range wildly from aliens, to football, robots, pets, dinosaurs, friends, mice in the classroom, and of course that crocodile.
Publisher: Herefordshire :, Otter-Barry Books,, 2020.
Branch Call Number: J 821 COO
Characteristics: 93 pages :,illustrations ;,20 cm.
Additional Contributors: Million, Liz


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Paul Cookson's staggeringly versatile range as a performance poet is fully displayed in this new collection. Humour, danger, wonder, surprise are the elements underlying his work. The collection contains some poems that need to be shouted and some that have to be whispered very quietly.

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