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Figgie Hobbin (PB): Poems by Charles Causley Paperback – 8 Mar 2002
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About the Author
Charles Causley is one of our most distinguished living poets. His Jack the Treacle Eater won the Kurt Maschler Award, and Early in the Morning won the Signal Poetry Award. He has been given the Queen's Gold Medal for Poetry, and the CBE for his services to poetry. He has recently been made a Companion of Literature, which is awarded by the Royal Society of Literature. He still lives in his native Cornwall and his poems are laced with strong links to the Cornish people and folklore.
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These poems are not just for children, they make you laugh and cry and they demand to be read aloud. Perfect for reading to your children at bedtime (please tell me that there are people who still do that!)and with bright new illustrations. Also they provide a wonderful introduction to Causley's adult poetry which is no less impressive.
It's cheap at the price - every good library should have a copy.
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