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Author: John Hegley

John Hegley, My Dog is a Carrot

John Hegley

My Dog is a Carrot

Completely quirky and original, Hegley takes all manner of ordinary, random subjects and transforms them into something altogether funnier and more meaningful; from dogs to cornflakes, leeks, cups of tea, and even a library. Guaranteed to convert even the most committed poetryphobe and perfect for performing or reading aloud. You'll never look at the world in the same way again.

Walker · 9781406312089

Sophie Hannah and John Hegley, The Ropes: Poems To Hold On To

Sophie Hannah and John Hegley ((eds.))

The Ropes: Poems To Hold On To

A dynamic collection of poems about life, addressing teenage concerns, split into poems by women and (from the other end) poems by men. All the contributors include personal notes and thoughts on being a teenager and each poem comes with a reflect/respond feature. This cleverly conceived design, personal approach, thoughtful selection of poets and pop lyricists and inspired introductions by Hegley and Hannah make this so much more than a poetry book for teenagers. It will be picked up time and time again.

Diamond Twig · 9780953919673

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