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Never-ending projects. Reading tests. Quarrels and making up. Excuses. Picking teams. Playtime. ‘Please, Sir, it isn’t fair.’ All the familiar happenings of classroom life are brought to life in this classic favourite, voted the most important children’s poetry book of the 20th century in a Books for Keeps poll.
- Allan Ahlberg’s classic book of comical school rhymes
- Captures all the familiar events and sayings of school life
- A hilarious treat that has captivated generations of readers
- One to delight children and spark vivid memories in grown-ups!
“Hilarious and poignant verses about primary school life. A real winner.” Guardian
“Clever, funny and nostalgic, the collection is a delight.” Sunday Times
August 30th, 1984
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