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A popular selection:

DON’T POKE A WORM TILL IT WRIGGLES

as reviewed in Books for Keeps :

“… (a) cheerful solo collection … in which the humble worm achieves celebrity status … Written with flair, (the poems) all emphasise the richness of sounds and words.”

… and in The School Librarian:

“Poems to light up language for the early fluent reader are a joy. With more squiggles and wiggles and squirms than I care to calculate, this selection of eminently ‘read aloud’ poems will delight an audience of 6-10 year olds.”

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Don’t Poke a Worm till it Wriggles by Celia Warren  ISBN 978 1 4729 0023 4     £4.99

 

Star-gazing

Star-gazing is Celia’s collection of poetry for children aged 7+

ISBN 978 0 00 746531 6                £4.85

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Secret Moves – Adventures of the Chessmen

published by Burrowlee Books. This book sees what the chessmen get up to in between games. It’s aimed at older children and grown-ups.

Order directly by clicking on the title or picture above.

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The RSPB Anthology of Wildlife Poems

A&C Black, ISBN 978 1 4081 3118 3

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Wizards, Spiders and Castles – Pearson (click picture for details).

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Ready for a Picnic
QED, ISBN 1 84538 016 9

ready for a picnic

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Bouncing with the Budgie
QED, ISBN 1 84538 152 1

bouncing with the budgie

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How to Write Stories
QED, ISBN 978 1 84538 644 3

 

 

 

 

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Word Puzzles
Schofield & Sims, ISBN 0 7217 1117 0

published by SCHOFIELD & SIMS

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Jenny permalink
    March 24, 2010 24,03,10

    Hello, Celia. Last autumn I came along to one of your seminars and brought home ‘Ready for a Picnic’ for my daughter and son (nearly 7 and nearly 4 at the time). My daughter had been trying very hard at reading for school but was finding it a bit tough and wasn’t very inspired. She took the book, fascinated by the fact it was by a ‘real live writer’ I’d just met and started reading poems out to her brother. Since then, she’s looked out for your poems in books from school and we’ve all enjoyed them very much. So a big thank you from all of us!

  2. celiawarren permalink*
    March 24, 2010 24,03,10

    Hello, Jenny. How lovely of you to get in touch. It’s great to hear your children are enjoying my books and poems. Don’t forget to remind them that their mum is a Real Live Writer, too – I’m sure we shall see your work published before long …

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