The Penguin in Lost Property

The Penguin in Lost Property

by Roger Stevens, Jan Dean

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Overview

A fantastic collection of brand-new poems featuring a whole world of animals, birds and fish, including but not limited to penguins, cats, zebras, stick insects, dogs, salmon, crabs, giraffes, cows, eels, snails and lions, from two brilliant, funny and inspiring poets.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781447248606
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Publication date: 07/03/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 5 MB
Age Range: 7 - 9 Years

About the Author

Roger Stevens is an author and poet who has been writing for children for twenty-five years. In that time he has had twenty-five books published, including several novels and numerous solo poetry collections. His poems also feature in many anthologies. When not writing, he visits schools, libraries and festivals performing his work and running workshops for young people and teachers. Roger lives with his wife in France and in Brighton.

Jan Dean lives near Manchester but spends as much time as possible in East Devon. She enjoys lots of messy stuff - painting, gluing, digging holes in the garden and making bread. She likes earrings and often wears an enormous pair of giraffes (or penguins) when she visits schools to perform her poetry and write with classes.


Roger Stevens is a children's author and poet who visits schools performing and running workshops. His books include The Jumble Book, compiled for Dyslexia Action and Why Otters Don't Wear Socks. Roger also runs the Poetry Zone, a website for children and teachers.
Jan Dean lives near Manchester, but spends as much time as possible in East Devon. She enjoys lots of messy stuff - painting, gluing, digging holes in the garden and making bread. She likes earrings and often wears an enormous pair of giraffes (or penguins) when she visits schools to perform her poetry and write with classes. She is the author of The Penguin in Lost Property.

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