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Rubery Award – the proof!

Here is the beautiful award that Emma Purshouse and Catherine Pascall Moore have won for their magnificent children’s poetry book: I once knew a poem who wore a hat is packed with begging-to-be-read-out-loud poems and joyful pictures. A.F.Harrold says of it: Emma’s poems are full of life and laughs, bubbling with music and wisdom and […]

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Winner of Poetry Category, Rubery Book Awards 2016

Well – this news was completely unexpected! And absolutely wonderful: Emma Purshouse and Catherine Pascall Moore’s children’s poetry book: I Once Knew a Poem Who Wore a Hat is the the POETRY CATEGORY WINNER in the Rubery Book Awards 2016!! For more details go here This is what the judges said about the book: Lots of […]

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Shortlisted in the Rubery Book Awards!

I ONCE KNEW A POEM WHO WORE A HAT has been shortlisted in the Rubery Book Awards! This is what the judges say about: I Once Knew a Poem who Wore a Hat by Emma Purshouse and Catherine Pascall Moore Fair Acre Press is particularly delighted, as there are very few book awards out there […]

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Waterstones Birmingham stocks our books!

If you walk a short way from New Street Station in Birmingham to 24-26 High Street – you will find a gorgeous bookshop: Waterstones I was so surprised and delighted by it – no wonder they have over twenty thousand people visiting the shop EVERY week. (This branch opened a year ago) It has six […]

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I Once Knew a Poem who Wore a Hat Launches

Catherine Pascall Moore was at the Publishers Space of Wenlock Poetry Festival 2016 with a giant cardboard ‘Figgy’, postcards, bookmarks, and gorgeous framed original pictures from the book I Once Knew a Poem who Wore a Hat. Later she joined Emma Purshouse for the official launch of the book –  in the Wenlock Poetry Festival’s Children’s Tent – […]

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Fancy sponsoring a Children’s poetry book?

I am currently running a crowdfunding (kickstarter) campaign to raise money to help with the costs of printing a children’s poetry book:  I am personally funding the printing of the book – because I am so proud and happy to be able to – and because the poems are tried and tested in front of […]

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