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Mind the Gap: Band 12/Copper (Collins Big Cat)

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This hilarious set of poems by award-winning and much-loved poet Roger McGough explores the weird and the wonderful. Filled with brand new poems and accompanied by wonderful illustrations from Natalie Kilany, this book will resonate with young readers everywhere.

• Copper/Band 12 books provide more complex plots and longer chapters that develop reading stamina.

• A poetry bo
Paperback, 32 pages
Published January 5th 2011 by Collins (first published January 1st 2011)
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Asmaa Ali-Sheikh
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This is a book that has a collection of short poems. This is a good way to introduce children to the genre of poetry in a fun way as many of these poems are things that the children can relate to. I enjoyed reading the poems within this book and it gave me the opportunity to both introduce the children to the genre as well as discussing the features of poetry such a rhyme, and the way that it’s written (the structure of the poem, and the layout). This is a book that is great for any year group a ...more
"There's something about the seaside
I don't understand.

Who steals the footprints
We leave in the sand?"

Roger McGough, brilliant as always. This poetry collection is short and funny with cute drawings. Perfect for children.
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