Journey to the Centre of My Brain

(9 reviews with an average rating of 5 out of 5)

Publisher: Macmillan Children's Books

Take a sneak peek into James Carter's weird and wonderful brain in this fun new poetry collection.

The 50 poems in the book are carefully chosen - James scrapped over a thousand poems in order to select the ones he wanted to include. Tackling subjects as varied as mosquitoes, the moon and the school staff room, Carter's poems range from rib-tickling to thought provoking.

Journey to the Centre of My Brain is a slim volume offering an accessible introduction to poetry for both boy and girls.

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