Haven't You Grown!

Haven't You Grown! : Poems About Families

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Mum is having a baby! I'm shocked! I'm all at sea! What's she want another one for: WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH ME? - Colin McNaughton Today's children encounter many different types of family: there are extended families, stepfamilies, single-parent families and children who live apart from their mothers or fathers or siblings. This anthology weaves together the everyday comedy, catastrophes and cuddles that make up a modern family life. Drawing from the very best classic and contemporary poets, these poems explore every aspect, from sibling squabbles to funny photographs, from sad farewells to raucous reunions. Every child will find something to identify with, whether it's a DIY-mad dad, beautiful baby brother, squeezeable mum, or the antics of grannies, grandads, uncles, aunts and cousins - even the family pet! A celebration of families everywhere - this is a collection for any child to treasure.show more

Product details

  • 12-17
  • Hardback | 224 pages
  • 169 x 234mm | 827g
  • Pan MacMillan
  • Kingfisher Books Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • b&w illustrations
  • 0753407191
  • 9780753407196

About Belinda Hollyer

Belinda Hollyer was born in New Zealand and has also lived and worked in Australia. In a career working with children and books she has worked as a teacher, as a librarian and as a publisher. Now a full-time writer, she has written a number of books for adults and children, including most recently The Bloomsbury Book of Lullabies. Belinda Hollyer lives in London. Holly Swain is talented illustrator with a growing reputation. She has two picture books to her credit, Wanted! Have You Seen This Alligator? (Gullane) and Pedro the Brave (Scholastic), and is currently illustrating a children's book by Roger McGough to be published in 2003. This is her first poetry book and her warm, quirky characters are the perfect accompaniment to the collection. Holly Swain lives in Brighton.show more

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