I'm a Little Alien

Publisher: Frances Lincoln Children's Books

Have you ever wondered what happens when an alien tries to pack too much into his spaceship? Perhaps you have considered learning to speak robot? Or maybe you have thought about making a mermaid out of sand? If you have then this book is for you!

James Carter has created a fabulous collection of easy to read, fun poems that will enthral young readers. Covering a spectrum of subjects, from UFOs and outer space to friends, making funny faces and family, each poem is a delight to recite aloud. Visually, between the simple black and white sketches and the playful layout of the text, this book is as much fun to look at as it is to read. Through rhyme smaller children can be introduced to new words and concepts while older children can try reading the poems aloud themselves. An absolute delight.

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