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Are We Nearly There Yet? By Gervase Phinn

Are We Nearly There Yet? by Gervase Phinn

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Here you will find serious poems, traditional poems and funny poems by a wide range of poets - from Michael Rosen to Judith Nicholls. The poems cover many different types of journeys - from trips to the seaside to journeys of the mind, and are illustrated with beautiful photographs. Ages 7+.

Are We Nearly There Yet? Summary

Are We Nearly There Yet? by Gervase Phinn

A series of themed poetry books to support the National Literacy Strategy. Each title contains a range of poems including both modern and traditional poems by significant children's poets. The series is beautifully illustrated with full-colour photographs. Are We Nearly There Yet? includes poems about a variety of different journeys, from an everyday trip to the seaside to the more abstract sorts of journey we embark on in our dreams. There are poems by children, classic authors and both new and established modern children's poets.

About Gervase Phinn

Poetry is Gervase Phinn's first love, though more recently he has also become a best-selling author of adult non-fiction. He is an ex HMI of schools and is very well known in educational circles and on the lecture circuit. He also writes regular columns for Child Education Magazine. Gervase lives in Doncaster, Yorkshire.

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Are We Nearly There Yet? by Gervase Phinn
Used - Well Read
Hachette Children's Group
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
This is a used book. We do our best to provide good quality books for you to read, but there is no escaping the fact that it has been owned and read by someone else previously. Therefore it will show signs of wear and may be an ex library book

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