Does Your Face Fit?

Publisher: A&C Black

Review

This thought-proving collection of poems explores everyday issues that affect young people today.

The collection is divided into three sections, ‘Love and Friendship’, ‘Work and Play’ and ‘The Meaning of Life' with poems from a range of poets including Andrew Fusek Peters, Rogers Stevens, Rachel Rooney, Julia Rawlinson and many more.

The poems deal with a wide range of themes from worrying about spots, selecting that perfect dress to wear and fancying the wrong boy to more serious issues like bullying and learning difficulties all told in an accessible way.

An excellent collection for use in the classroom or to be enjoyed at home, these poems will inspire and give confidence to young people..

The collection is divided into three sections, ‘Love and Friendship’, ‘Work and Play’ and ‘The Meaning of Life' with poems from a range of poets including Andrew Fusek Peters, Rogers Stevens, Rachel Rooney, Julia Rawlinson and many more.

The poems deal with a wide range of themes from worrying about spots, selecting that perfect dress to wear and fancying the wrong boy to more serious issues like bullying and learning difficulties all told in an accessible way.

An excellent collection for use in the classroom or to be enjoyed at home, these poems will inspire and give confidence to young people.

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