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Completely Crazy Poems

John Foster has always had impeccable taste in poetry. In these two little volumes of crazy and scary poems, we not only get the benefit of an imaginative selection but we also have the added bonus of some of his own creations being included. Here we find inspired groupings of poems in intriguing categories such…

Sam Wu is NOT Afraid of Ghosts

After the Incident That Must Never Be Mentioned Again, Sam Wu has to prove to the school bully that he is not a scaredy cat. No easy task when he is indeed even scared of his own cat Butterbutt. With a gift for talking big and acting small, Sam finds himself the reluctant owner of…

Seriously Scary Poems

John Foster has always had impeccable taste in poetry. In these two little volumes of crazy and scary poems, we not only get the benefit of an imaginative selection but we also have the added bonus of some of his own creations being included. Here we find inspired groupings of poems in intriguing categories such…

Think Big!

Humpty Dumpty has a bit of a dilemma: he wants to be a boiled egg when he grows up, but his friends think this is an utterly ridiculous idea. Jack Be Nimble and Little Miss Muffet and even the Incey Wincey Spider offer alternative, more sensible career options. Why not an artist? A detective? A…

Toby’s Funfair Fish

I really like this book. It does all that a picturebook should do. It tells a simple tale: Toby wins a goldfish at the funfair, names him Moby, takes him home and, seeing him unhappy, makes him a miniature funfair that makes them both happy. It is what the blurb says it is – charming…

Witch-in-Training: Witch Switch

This is the sixth book of the Witch-in-Training series. Witch Switch is an amusing story full of sudden unexpected surprises and twists. What else could one expect from a learner witch, or indeed a fully trained one! —Jessica is learning how to switch from one shape to another, which is great fun as long as…

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