We asked our Twitter followers to suggest a book for one of the forthcoming titles in the series. We’ve had some brilliant suggestions: some people suggested what we already have in mind; others suggested something completely new. All the ideas have given us some food for thought about how we take Little Poems forward and we’re really pleased with the response. We are about to announce the third title in the series and we will also contact the lucky winner of the signed book very soon.
It’s been lovely to be involved in 30 Days Wild. Apart from being out and about involved with nature, we’ve asked our readers and their families to write a poem for 30 Days Wild. Here are three of the poems that were submitted.
We’ve a sparrow’s nest in our roof
that really is quite loud.
However it is living proof,
that nature is all around.
Thanks and well done to Rowan Tree Forest School and the pupils of Langwathby C of E School.
We are really pleased to be selling books not only in our own, and very dear United Kingdom, but also to be sending books to places as far afield as Japan and the USA. Liam, one of our little American readers finished the magpie poem at the end of Little Bird Poems and here it is:
We can see the magpie
sitting in the tree.
He is eating something
we can’t see!
It’s wonderful to have children from overseas enjoying our poems about British wildlife. Well done Liam!
We had a terrific day with local children in the Little Poems village of Blackshaw Head. Toby drew a beautiful illustration of the cheeky robin along with a lovely poem and Charlie created a very special poem about birds.
So much talent and creativity in one small village.