Why Does My Mum Always Iron A Crease In My Jeans? : Poems About Important Stuff Chosen By Fiona Waters
An outstanding collection of poems from all over the world, chosen for their power to make children think. With work from some of our best-known poets including Ted Hughes, Roger McGough and Carol Ann Duffy (to name but a few), these are poems to provoke, poems with attitude and poems that will make you ask those big questions in life...like why does mum always iron a crease in my jeans?
- Paperback | 160 pages
- 132 x 196 x 11mm | 120g
- 04 Aug 2005
- Penguin Books Ltd
- United Kingdom
About Fiona Waters
Fiona Waters is one of the most prolific and, quite simply, best anthologists in the children's book world. Her work includes Glitter When You Jump, The Poetry Book, Love and Don't Panic: 100 Poems to Save Your Life. Her unparalleled knowledge of poetry and children's books has come about, in part, to Fiona's previous incarnations as a bookseller, publisher, reviewer, author and current position as director of Troubadour, a highly successful school book fair company.Fiona lives in Dorset amongst thousands of books and some very discerning cats.