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A Pocket Full of Rhymes

Dorothy Lockyer

Can blackbirds fly? Will William really burst if he eats too much? Do mice make friends with teddy bears? Children's questions - and those they haven't yet thought of - are answered here.

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ISBN : 978-1-78830-291-3
Published : 31/01/2019
Pages : 28
Size : 205x140mm
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Dorothy Lockyer

Dorothy Lockyer has been writing poetry throughout her life. This is her first attempt at writing specifically for children. Having worked with children for many years she feels she has a special affinity with them. 
A previous book by Dorothy P. Lockyer is Potpourri of Poetry published by Austin Macauley.

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Can blackbirds fly? Will William really burst if he eats too much? Do mice make friends with teddy bears? Children's questions - and those they haven't yet thought of - are answered here.

Miniature stories, pretty dreams and an ode to a little lost lamb all occur in these rhymes. Misbehaving piglets, temper tantrums, bees to tea and a lonely bear feature in this delightfully quirky, illustrated collection of poems for children aged from five to ninety-five.

One for the nursery, the car, the coffee table - or anywhere else children may be found.

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