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Bromsgrove Advertiser 1This article was recently in the Bromsgrove Advertiser

 

 

You will be able to see both Emma Purshouse and Catherine Pascall Moore at Waterstones Birmingham 2 to 3pm, Saturday 24th September. I’ll be there too – with the Rubery Award for Poetry – both to present to Emma and Cath – and to get a photo for The Rubery’s website (and enjoy the poems and pictures!!) Good Family Fun !!

 

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A terrific book, bursting with energy and ideas. The illustrations are as wonderful as the poems and it’s already a firm favourite with my nieces.
What a book – what poems, what illustrations… From the first page to the last an absolute joy-filled and hilarious read. Set against amazing, funny illustrations.
So much fun!! And so inventive – both the quirky poems and the wonderful illustrations.
Marvellous poems brought even more to life with illustrations to die for. LOVE IT!
A really fun book.
Emma has produced a funny book well up to, and even beyond, her superior talents – a book that appeals to all ages
Very funny book!
A brilliant book and a brilliant writer.
Lovely book to encourage children to read, my daughter loves the book and will read it over and over again x
What a talent.
A book that make poetry fun to read and perform. one of a kind
As A.F. Harrold says on the front of the book : “Bubbling with wisdom and silliness” This book has fantastic poems, wonderful illustrations and even performance tips. I have seen children as young as five right up to men and women in the eighties be enthralled, engaged, and laugh out loud at this.. what more can you want?!

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