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by Brian Patten,Mike Terry

  • Author: Brian Patten,Mike Terry
  • ISBN: 0747546592
  • ISBN13: 978-0747546597
  • ePub: 1957 kb | FB2: 1198 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC (May 8, 2000)
  • Pages: 25
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 573
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Little Hotchpotch ePub download

Brian Patten, Mike Terry. This title is for the age-range of 3+. 'One day, a shy little creature looked at its reflection in a frozen pond. All it could see were its eyes. They were as big and bright as the moon'.

Brian Patten, Mike Terry. They were as big and bright as the moon'

Little Hotchpotch book.

Little Hotchpotch book. Details (if other): Cancel. They were as big and bright as the moon'

This is his second picture book for Bloomsbury, his first being the highly successful THE SELFISH CROCODILE. Michael lives in Kent.

This is his second picture book for Bloomsbury, his first being the highly successful THE SELFISH CROCODILE.

Select Format: Hardcover. This work concerns the adventures of a creature that doesn't know what it is. And so he starts a quest, from the snowy icebergs to the dry savannah asking the question 'Who am I?. But nobody knows - until the wise old owl is asked; he knows the answer, and the clue is in the title.

Brian Patten's individual strength within this trio lay in his ability to write and . Their association had its origins in Patten's little magazine Underdog in Liverpool (already one of the most culturally vibrant cities i. .

Brian Patten's individual strength within this trio lay in his ability to write and perform a powerful mix of serious and humorous work. Patten was born in 1946 in Liverpool, and grew up in the docklands. Their association had its origins in Patten's little magazine Underdog in Liverpool (already one of the most culturally vibrant cities in the world, thanks to The Beatles).

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Brian Patten (born 7 February 1946) is an English poet. Armada is perhaps Patten's most mature and formal book, dispensing with much of the playfulness of former work. Little Hotchpotch (illustrated by Michael Terry). London: Bloomsbury, 2000

Brian Patten (born 7 February 1946) is an English poet. Born near Liverpool's docks, Patten attended Sefton Park School in the Smithdown Road area of Liverpool, where he was noted for his essays and greatly encouraged in his work by Harry Sutcliffe, his form teacher  . He has also written comic verse for children, notably Gargling With Jelly and Thawing Frozen Frogs. London: Bloomsbury, 2000. The Story Giant (illustrated by Chris Riddell).

Brian Patten's latest books are The Story Giant (2001), which contains ghost stories, fables and morality tales for both .

Brian Patten's latest books are The Story Giant (2001), which contains ghost stories, fables and morality tales for both adults and children, and Ben's Magic Telescope (2003) - a picture book for children. His life story as one of the three Liverpool poets is told by Phil Bowen in A Gallery To Play To: the story of The Mersey Poets (Stride: 1999), and a critical study of his work, Brian Patten, was published by Northcote House in 1997.

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This work concerns the adventures of a creature that doesn't know what it is. And so he starts a quest, from the snowy icebergs to the dry savannah asking the question 'Who am I?. But nobody knows - until the wise old owl is asked; he knows the answer, and the clue is in the title.