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Rhymes of the Day - 365 Rhymes of the Day - cover

Rhymes of the Day - 365 Rhymes of the Day

Richard Digance

Publisher: G2 Rights

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Summary

BAFTA Nominated entertainer and Gold Award recipient from The British Academy of Composers, Richard Digance is also a respected poet with his works published in 14 different countries as English teaching aids. Richard Digance justly deserves humourist Bill Bryson's description of him as "brilliant". In amusing doggerel, Rhymes of the Day describes the what, where and who facts for each day of the year, allowing you to quickly check the important events that took place on your own birthday.
Available since: 11/11/2016.
Print length: 333 pages.

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