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Crazy Mayonnaisy Mum is packed with all sorts of poems and rhymes including a sequence of number rhymes, action rhymes, noisy rhymes and more thoughtful pieces too.



Noisy Garden



If tigerlilies and dandelions growled,



And cowslips mooed, and dogroses howled,



And snapdragons roared and catmint miaowed,



My garden would be extremely loud.



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Kindle Edition, 113 pages
Published July 30th 2015 by Macmillan Children's Books (first published March 1st 2005)
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This book is packed with all sorts of poems and rhymes including a sequence of number rhymes, action rhymes, noisy rhymes and more thought provoking pieces too. Some of my favourites included: “Crazy Mayonnaisy Mum” a singsong type poem, with lots of humour and rhythm, great to read aloud as a class, and “Name the Day” illustrating how God named the days of the week.
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Growing up
I grew up in a tall Victorian London house with my parents, grandmother, aunt, uncle, younger sister Mary and cat Geoffrey (who was really a prince in disguise. Mary and I would argue about which of us would marry him).

Mary and I were always creating imaginary characters and mimicking real ones, and I used to write shows and choreograph ballets for us. A wind-up gramophone wafted out
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