The second collection of 10 fun and ridiculous poems, this time, aimed at the five- to six-year old.

"There is no question that poetry’s rhymes and rhythms attract young children and help them to develop a love of language.

Developing a sensitivity to rhyme helps children progress in literacy. Listening to and learning rhymes lays the foundation for reading and spelling.

Rhymes and poems extend and enrich children’s vocabulary and introduces them to the idea of a narrative, taking them into an imaginative world.

Humorous poems and ridiculous rhymes will ‘hook’ children in and help them catch the rhythm of language and the power of words." —Jill Eggleton

978-1-927307-98-4

Never Tug a Tiger's Tail and other ridiculous rhymes

Written by Jill Eggleton

Illustrated by various

Softcover > 216 mm x 279 mm

24 pages > full colour throughout > includes audio of the author reading the poems