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Jelly Boots Smelly Boots

Michael Rosen

Publisher: Bloomsbury Children's Books

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Summary

A riotous celebration of words – silly words, funny words, words you only use in your own family, new words, old words, and the very best words in the right order. 
 
Melon 
 
Melon squashy, 
melon sloshy. 
My friend Helen's  
eating melon. 
So far, so good 
with Helen 
and her melon. 
But here's what I'm tellin' 
Helen: 
'Don't SIT on your melon,  
Helen!' 
 
Filled with colour illustrations and packed with silly rhymes, witty wordplay and thought-provoking story poems, this collection will delight children of all ages. Michael Rosen is the bestselling author of We're Going on a Bear Hunt, along with many other picture books and collections of poetry.
Available since: 10/04/2019.
Print length: 128 pages.

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