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What does it mean that poet John Agard has won the Queen’s Medal and the Eleanor Farjeon Award? Basically, it means he’s a seriously good poet that you need to listen to! And in this book of verse, he’ll be asking lots more questions about what other things mean – from nature and science to questions themselves. (Without questions, do you exist?) Do triangles ever get into a tangle, when their sides meet their angles? Who’d want to steal dew? Maybe not me, maybe not you? In this book, it’s not just about the answers. It’s about asking the questions, and having heaps of crazy fun seeing where they take you – in words!
- A wonderful new children’s collection from a renowned poet
- John Agard has won the Queen’s Medal and Eleanor Farjeon Award
- A vivid journey through the past, the present and nature’s wonders
- Invites children to ponder and have fun with life’s big questions
“One of the most eloquent contemporary poets.” Helen Dunmore
“A specialist in word trickery.” Poetry Review
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