Fantastic Football Poems

Fantastic Football Poems

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Here is a collection of fabulously funny poems put together by John Foster and illustrated with creative genius by Korky Paul. There are poems by a range of authors about all kinds of football matches - including meteorite footballs, football on the moon, a witches versus wizards football match, the goalie with expanding hands, and the Stone Age man who invented football. Guaranteed to delight, this is a perfect introduction to poetry either at home or at more

Product details

  • 0-5
  • Paperback | 32 pages
  • 208 x 272 x 6mm | 158.76g
  • Oxford University Press
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Reissue
  • full colour
  • 0192763490
  • 9780192763495
  • 328,901

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"fantastic" is certainly an apt choice of word to describe the poems in this collection. * Children's Books in Ireland * A lively collection of verses which are accompanied by Korky Paul's equally energetic illustrations. Fantastic Football Poems is bound to be a hit. * The School Librarian *show more

About John Foster

Foster: My First Oxford Book of Poems, My First Oxford Book of Nonsense Poems, My First Oxford Book of Animal Poems, My First Poetry Paintbox Anthologies, A First Poetry Book, Come to the Carnival, Juggling a Jug of Jelly, My Family and Me, A Tiny Teddy Paul (illus.): Winnie the Witch (Winner of the Children's Book Award), Winnie in Winter, Winnie Flies Again, Winnie's Magic Wand, Winnie's New Computer, The Fish Who Could Wish, Captain Teachum's Buried Treasure, Professor Puffendorf's Secret Potionsshow more

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