Prepare to meet a tortoise on a trampoline (boing!), a cat who bites back (ouch) and a poor little rich dog (whimper). You'll find out what all the fashionable ferrets are wearing at the moment - and how your average cat reacts to being served the wrong brand of cat food. MI-AOW! The speed cameras are flashing But they can't identify A hamster in the fast lane As he roly-polys by. No more tickles on the tummy, No more crummy little cage. One hundred miles an hour at least, Fuelled by hamster rage. (from 'There's a Hamster in the Fast Lane' by Brian Moses)
About the Author
Brian Moses lives on the Sussex coast with his wife and two daughters. He writes and edits poetry for young people. He travels extensively both in the UK and abroad, presenting his poems in schools and libraries. Brian has two poems in THE NATION'S FAVOURITE POEMS.