Two friends, Emma and Josh, visit Fangster’s Fair one evening and take a ride on the spooky Ghost Train. They experience shocks, scares and surprises when encountering the dark tunnel’s weird, wild and wacky inhabitants. But will the scary train ride ever end, and will Emma and Josh survive to tell the tale?
‘There are plenty of the jaunty, spooky type verses in this collection.’ —Books for Keeps
‘Wes Magee is a sound example ... deep, meaningful and skilful ... A rare animal!’ —Martin Booth
‘Poems like this are an impressive achievement.’ —Grevel Lindop
‘... strong and honest poems about everyday experiences ...’ —Kevin Crossley-Holland
SynopsisAll the Frogs collects together the poems John Mole has written for children since the publication of This is the Blackbird which was shortlisted for the CLPE Award. As in...
SynopsisThe poems in Bookside Down are written about and for 21st Century children, who are into their friends, the TV, Wiis, DS’s, computers, collectibles and things that make them laugh....
SynopsisCuckoo Rock overlooks Magical Valley, the potato caves and Cuckootown. It is the most wondrous, magical place. It is where the Singing Nettles are heard by the Yaffling Tree, where...