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Satoshi Kitamura

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  • 5 stars across 23 books
    John Agard and Grace Nichols were brought up in Guyana, moving to Britain in 1977. Both are well-known writers and performers of poetry. Other poetry collections include A Caribbean Dozen (9781406309522) and From Mouth to Mouth (9780744583830). They live in Sussex.
    6th September 2007

    Songs and Verse

    Exuberant rhymes are an intrinsic part of the appeal of Roald Dahl's books - and here are some classic and magical momen... More

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    1st September 2008

    Stone Age Boy

    Travel 20,000 years into the past and discover what life as a caveman was like in this prehistoric picture book by a pro... More

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    5th October 2017

    The Rainmaker Danced

    A brand-new anthology of poems by winner of the Queens Medal and the Eleanor Farjeon Award, John Agard Do triangles ev... More

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    1st March 2012

    The Young Inferno

    Can our hoodie hero make it through nine circles of Hell and back again? Will he find love with his soulmate, Beatrice? ... More

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    1st May 2007

    The Carnival of the Animals

    A beautifully illustrated picture book and music CD based on one of the most famous pieces of music for children. This ... More

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    30th May 1985

    Sky in the Pie

    Waiter, there's a sky in my pie! Roger McGough has cooked up a delicious feast of poems. This spicy collection ... More

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    17th September 2007

    Under The Moon And Over The Sea

    Sparkling crystal waters and coral beaches, velvet-smooth dolphins and flying fish, whispered ghost stories and the pung... More

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    3rd October 2013

    Einstein, The Girl Who Hated Maths

    From the mysterious power of the decimal point to the oddity of odd numbers, fun and wonder are the essence of these r... More

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    22nd July 2014

    The Story of Money

    A funny, philosophical book about the universal subject of money. In the Yap Islands in the South Pacific it can be a s... More

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