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Angry dog walkers, depressed goldfish, poo haikus and backyard stalkers


A collection of silly and sad poems inspired by the little things in life that can be enjoyed over a cup of tea and a bun.


Delicious … funny, quirky, moving little bites of everyday life that hit the mark, every time. Do yourself a favour – read these!”
Charlotte Calder, Children’s Writer and Author of ‘S
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Paperback, 1, 100 pages
Published March 23rd 2012 by Vivid Publishing
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Luke Flanagan
Thanks Kate, for your quick wit and quirky sense of humour. I am proud to have played a small part helping your book reach eager fans and new readers. My wife is reading it now on the couch. I havnt had a chance to get my hands on it yet, but from the chuckling beside me, its a success!
Alice
Today, I found myself making all the facial expressions that only weird passengers have while reading on a train. Smiling, giggling and even tearing up... a memorable, evocative (and provocative) read that you will want to share.
Christine
there is something for everyone in this gem of a book from the very talented kate toon
i have quite a few favourites and i feel that they all come from the heart of the moment...
christine rushmer
Kate
Loved It. What a funny, relatable and real poetry book. Thanks SO Much! It's not often that you get transported so many places while guided by such an original perspective. Awesome!
Sean
Splicing together the colours to life in words, the poems of 'Gone Dotty might' find you giggling a little too loud in a public space or brought to tears in the space of a poem or two. A little something for everyone, the author, Kate Toon, introduces us to a wide range of characters, locations, situations, and emotions, in each a woven yarn. Just add caffeine, chocolate, and imagination.

From beginning to end, 'Gone Dotty' will leave you hungry for more dumplings like these, by Kate. Read and as
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Jul 06, 2012 Kate Toon rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
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Would love opinions on this book 1 1 May 24, 2012 04:35AM  
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Kate Toon is a writer, poet, and copywriter living on the Central Coast, NSW, with her husband and son.

She's had lots of short plays performed across Australia, in the US, Europe, Singapore and the UK and her plays have won awards and been made into short films.

An active member of the Australian Poetry Society and recently signed with literary agents Curtis Brown.

Gone Dotty is her first poetry c
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