My First Oxford Book Of Nonsense Poems

My First Oxford Book Of Nonsense Poems

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Cows going bong! Adventurous llamas dressed up in pyjamas! Waltzing Polar Bears! - Is this some strange, uncontrollable zoo? - NO! It's My First Oxford Book of Nonsense PoemsA vibrant and varied selection of some of the finest nonsense verse ever written. From The Jumblies to the Jabberwocky by way of The Sugar Plum Tree and passing through The Land of Rumplydoodle, this is a fun-filled topsy-turvy upside-down and inside-out jaunt through a nonsense world of rhyme.* Includes classic childhood favourites, by poets such as Edward Lear, Spike Milligan and Lewis Carroll as well as contemporary nonsense from Adrian Mitchell, Richard Edwards and Roger McGough* Illustrated in zinging colour with great verve and a tremendous sense of fun* A brilliant book to dip into and a great gift for gigglers - or anyone who likes to laugh
Publisher: Oxford, Eng. : Oxford University Press, 2002
ISBN: 9780192762733
Branch Call Number: 811.008 MYF
Characteristics: 93 p. : col. ; 26 cm
Additional Contributors: Foster, John 1941 October 12-


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