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Twenty-four hours
Charles Causley
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Twenty-four hours

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This poem paints a delightful picture of twenty-four hours, associating immediately recognizable events with each hour of the day. These associations will help the child to understand the relationship between the daily events in his/her life and the 'seconds', 'minutes', 'hours' of the clock.
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Charles Stanley Causley was born in Launceston in Cornwall, and spent most of his life there. After serving in the navy in the second world war (an experience he wrote about in Hands to Dance and Skylark), he worked as a teacher in Launceston and began publishing verse in the 1950s. His poetry includes many references to Cornwall and its legends, and in his later years he published many books of v ...more

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