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Mickledy-Me and Other Story Poems Josie Whitehead

Mickledy-Me and Other Story Poems

Josie Whitehead

Published March 3rd 2008
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29 pages
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 About the Book 

This book is available via JOSIES POEMS 3 website bookshop and you can view the contents here: http://josiespoems3webedencouk.webede... Alternatively, many people have become members of one or all of JOSIES POEMS five websites which not only givesMoreThis book is available via JOSIES POEMS 3 website bookshop and you can view the contents here: http://josiespoems3webedencouk.webede... Alternatively, many people have become members of one or all of JOSIES POEMS five websites which not only gives you access to her 1100 poems but also youll find voice recordings, poetry performance competitions, advice for teachers on the teaching of poetry and much more.You will find my true reviews that stretch back for four years, by Googling JOSIES POEMS and from the Welcome Page go to Guest Book. If you go first to my Guest Page, you can read some of my poems yourself freely and if your children like them, say hello in my guestbook before you go.NOW TO THIS BOOK:Mickledy-Me. Who is he? Well this was the first poem which Josie wrote at the request of children at her local primary school, and for certain Mickledy-Me is a favourite character. He is every childs inner child who can escape, is invisible, and can do all sorts of naughty things without being seen. Thus he is a great source of fun for every child whose imagination wants to run wild. So popular is this poem that Josie has written four sequels to this poem at the request of children.Other characters that youll meet in this delightful book for primary school children are: Cecilia Sssssnake wholl eat anything except frozen peas, but there is a limit to the patience of the children in the family. Dinosaur Dinner? This poem is much loved by children and one child asked the question: Is this how dinosaurs died out? The tyrannosaurus played a mean trick on his friends. Janets Foss is a most beautiful place in Malham, Yorkshire, where the Queen of Fairies, Janet, lives in a cave behind a lovely little waterfall, surrounded by green trees in a woodland where wild garlic grows. The fairies who accompany her live their lives in peace there, so step quietly as you go is the warning, and you may see them. Goodnight Children tells children that whilst they are tucked up in their warm beds, its time for the creatures of the night to awaken. So who sleeps and who wakes up? The grannies and granddads of this world are so important in childrens lives, but sometimes funny things happen. Granddad, for example, wants to hide his bald spot, but his toupee is especially appealing to his terrier, Mac. Grannys parrot, Charlie, often calls out naughty words - - - but surely Granny didnt teach him these words? The greedy bookworm comes out at night and devours the characters in childrens books. He does feel guilty about the pig though. Henry, the super-sucker vacuum cleaner is hilarious. He even tries to eat Granny, but luckily his mouth was too small. There are so many fun poems in this book for children which has gone out to school classrooms worldwide. Your children will love this book for certain.