From armadillos, flamingos and umbrella birds to quokkas and iguanas, Elli Woollard presents a lovely collection of poems for younger children about pets which are just a little bit peculiar... Filled with fun rhymes, quirky black-and-white illustrations and exotic animals, this book is perfect for reading aloud. Some poems are hilarious, some are gruesome and some will make you want to wash your hair, but there's sure to be a pet poem here for every child and adult alike.
Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936) was named after the Staffordshire reservoir near Leek beside which his parents became engaged. He was born in India, and spent the first six years of his life there, acquiring Hindustani as a second language and living in a bungalow like that in The Jungle Book . Kipling continued to write prolifically thMore about Elli Woollard
Anja Boretzki is a multi-talented illustrator living in Nurnberg, Germany. Her fun, bright illustrations have been turned into greetings cards and wrapping paper, and she regularly contributes artwork to magazines. Anja illustrated her first ever picture book, ANIMAL PANTS, for Macmillan Children's Books and has illustrated a number of DOODLE ON! titles forMore about Anja Boretzki