Can it be About Me?

Publisher: Frances Lincoln Children's Books

Review

Exploring life in and out of the classroom, the poems in this collection explore everything from spelling tests to best friends, teachers to secrets. Meet a variety of different characters in a range of different situations, providing a vivid picture of school life.

Funny, thoughtful and engaging, these poems include both short, easy-to-read humorous poems that will make young readers smile, and more serious poems that deal with subjects such as bullying, jealousy and quarrels. A thought-provoking and enjoyable poetry book that will appeal to a wide range of readers and is ideal as a starting point for discussion about friendship and other school issues.

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