Even My Ears are Smiling

Even My Ears are Smiling

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By (author) Michael Rosen, Illustrated by Babette Cole

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  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Childrens
  • Format: Mixed media product | 128 pages
  • Dimensions: 196mm x 259mm x 18mm | 680g
  • Publication date: 14 February 2012
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 140880297X
  • ISBN 13: 9781408802977
  • Edition statement: Reprint
  • Illustrations note: Colour
  • Sales rank: 202,155

Product description

Following the publication of bestselling Mustard, Custard, Grumble Belly and Gravy, Michael Rosen has followed up with a brilliant new book of poems that are funny, thought-provoking and always with Michael's immediately accessible and child-centred voice. The poems included are a mix of classic favourites and also many brand new poems. The cheeky, full-colour illustrations by much loved Babette Cole make the perfect partnership.

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Author information

Michael Rosen is a hugely bestselling author of picture books and poetry. Michael frequently appears on radio and gives talks and lectures on children's literature. Michael was the Children's Laureate for 2007-2009 and the winner of the Eleanor Farjeon Award. He lives in London. Babette Cole is the award-winning author/illustrator behind such children's classics as Princess Smartypants and Doctor Dog. Her zany, lively artwork is instantly recognisable and she is a household name in the world of picture books. Babette lives in Dorset.

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Praise for Mustard, Custard, Grumble Belly and Gravy: 'Beautifully illustrated ... older readers will love the incisive, witty poems' Sunday Express 'Perfectly matched by Quentin Blake's glorious colour illustrations, Michael Rosen's poems lift the lid on family life to take an irreverent and affectionate look ... Warmly capturing the good - and sometimes not so good - moments of growing up' Guardian