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The Penguin in Lost Property

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A fantastic collection of brand-new poems featuring a whole world of animals, birds and fish, including but not limited to penguins, cats, zebras, stick insects, dogs, salmon, crabs, giraffes, cows, eels, snails and lions, from two brilliant, funny and inspiring poets.

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About Jan Dean

Jan Dean lives near Manchester, but spends as much time as possible in East Devon. She enjoys lots of messy stuff - painting, gluing, digging holes in the garden and making bread. She likes earrings and often wears an enormous pair of giraffes (or penguins) when she visits schools to perform her poetry and write with classes.

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About Roger Stevens

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.

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