Roger McGough's highly inventive "Imaginary Menagerie" is the perfect place to find these and lots more amazing creatures, from a brushbaby living under the stairs to a nightingale spending a night in jail. see all 2 descriptions). Library descriptions. A collection of poems featuring an A-Z of animals real and imaginary.
An imaginary menagerie. by McGough, Roger; Blundell, Tony, 1951-. Publication date 2002. Topics Animals, Children's poetry, English, Animals, Children's poetry, English. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on February 15, 2012.
Roger McGough is a highly-acclaimed and much-loved poet and writer, and has been awarded an OBE for his contribution to poetry. His many titles include Bad Bad Cats, winner of the 1998 Signal Poetry Award and The Ring of Words, which was shortlisted for the BBC Blue Peter Book Award 2001.
An Imaginary Menagerie book. Collection of animal themed nonsense poetry by the wonderful Roger McGough ?" Ever heard an aardvark bark?
the patron saint of poetry - Carol Ann Duffy . Funicular Railway. Crocodile Puddles, New Pyramid Press 1984 - out of print. Sky in the Pie, Viking Kestrel 1983, Puffin 2003. Waving at Trains, Cape 1982 - out of print. The Great Smile Robbery, Viking Kestrel 1982 Holiday on Death Row, Cape 1979 - out of print. Frinck, A Life in the Day of, and Summer with Monika
Roger McGough is one of Britain's most well-known and best-loved poets. He was one of the Liverpool Poets in the sixties and since then he has published many books for children. He compiled the stunning Sensational! for Macmillan, and All The Best: Selected Poems of Roger McGough was the winner of the 2004 CLPE Poetry Award. He now lives in London and tours the country doing readings and workshops. Books about delicious food are definitely what Saturday is all about!! Poetry Pie by Roger McGough from Puffin.
Books By Roger McGough. The Kingfisher Book of Funny Poems. Dotty Inventions: And Some Real Ones Too. Penguin Modern Poets: Liz Lochhead, Roger McGough, Sharon Olds Bk. 4 (Penguin Modern Poets). The Garrison Keillor box. Series By Roger McGough. Publisher: Puffin Books. An Imaginary Menagerie.
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Roger McGough's autobiography, Said and Done, was published in 2005. His latest adult poetry collection is As Far As I Know (2012). Critical perspective. He is also prolific - he has published over 50 books of poetry for adults and children, along with numerous plays - and he has always been a very active performance poet as well as a writer.
Favourite About Books. Date: 2004-03-15 Roger McGough was born in Liverpool in 1937. He has written over 50 books for both. He has won the Signal Award for Poetry twice, and the Cholmondeley Award. Roger McGough was born in Liverpool and educated at St Mary's College and the University of Hull. He has been a writer for many years, and his numerous collections have established him as one of the most distinctive and powerful voices in contemporary poetry. Among his most popular titles are Summer with Monika, Blazing Fruit and Defying Gravity, all published by Penguin, and for children An Imaginary Menagerie, Pillow Talk and Bad, Bad Cats