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Gelli's Words of Wales - Wordcatcher Modern Poetry - cover

Gelli's Words of Wales - Wordcatcher Modern Poetry

Various Authors

Publisher: Wordcatcher Publishing

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Summary

A book full of creative, funny and enjoyable poems and stories created by the cheerful and creative kids of Gelli Primary to celebrate all things Welsh. 
As part of our Eisteddfod celebrations, we worked with poet Francesca Kay and author Chris Lynch to develop our writing skills. We are so proud of our writing we decided to publish our work. We all had the opportunity to write in different styles and used different story or poem formats and then chose the work we would like to be published. 
 
We hope you enjoy reading our work as much as we enjoyed writing it! 
 
A book full of creative, funny and enjoyable poems and stories created by the cheerful and creative kids of Gelli Primary to celebrate all things Welsh.

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