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Roger Stevens

Roger Stevens

  • 4 stars across 35 books
Roger Stevens has put together various poetry anthologies, including The Monster That Ate the Universe (Macmillan). He runs the 'Poetry Zone' website for children and leads poetry workshops for schools.
5th September 2019

Be The Change: Poems to help you save the world

From National Poetry Day Ambassadors Liz Brownlee, Matt Goodfellow and Roger Stevens comes an incredible anthology of ... MoreBe The Change: Poems to help you save the world

(8 reviews) Review
6th June 2013

Off By Heart: Poems for Children to Learn and Remember

A wonderful anthology of poems that are easy to remember and perfect for reciting out loud. This book includes new, mode... MoreOff By Heart: Poems for Children to Learn and Remember

(1 review) Review
1st August 2006

The Secret Life of Pants: And Other Brilliant Poems

Poet and anthologist Roger Stevens has put together a book of brand new poems to make you squeam, squirm and laugh out l... MoreThe Secret Life of Pants: And Other Brilliant Poems

(0 reviews) Review
17th January 2013

The Truth About Teachers

Do you ever worry about what goes on inside your teacher's head? Then these poems are for you! Find out exactly what - i... MoreThe Truth About Teachers

(0 reviews) Review
30th January 2014

What Are We Fighting For? (Macmillan Poetry): New Poems About War

What Are We Fighting For? explores the concept of war in a brilliantly accessible way for younger readers. Fas... MoreWhat Are We Fighting For? (Macmillan Poetry): New Poems About War

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1st July 2014

The Penguin in Lost Property

A fantastic collection of brand-new poems featuring a whole world of animals, birds and fish, including but not limited ... MoreThe Penguin in Lost Property

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1st March 2012

What Rhymes With Sneeze?

Like poems? Love rhymes? Then this is the book for you! Stuffed with brilliant rhyming poems written by Roger Steven... MoreWhat Rhymes With Sneeze?

(0 reviews) Review
5th April 2012

The Comic Cafe

Wilf and his family have moved to the seaside to start a new life by opening a run-down cafe. But for his parents it's... MoreThe Comic Cafe

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