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A Childrens Treasury of Milligan: Classic Stories and Poems by Spike Milligan by Spike MilliganThis unique of Spikes poems and stories for children presents his classic childrens books in a way they have never seen before. The large format gives ample scope to make the most of Spikes own illustration, lovingly coloured specially for this book. The anthology comprises Silly Verse For Kids (1959), The Bald Twit Lion (1968), Unspun Socks From a Chickens Laundry (1981), Sir Nobonk and The Terrible, Awful, Dredful Naughty, Nasty Dragon (1982) and Starting Verse For All The Family (1987). Spike does not regard children as small grown-ups, nut as an entirely different species who linve in a secret, magicalworld which very few adults understand. His poems were inspired by listening to his own children and subsequently his grandchildren, and marvelling at the way they could invent new words or incorporate sound effects into their everyday language. In borrowing their language, Spike has created a range of poems and stories which are a delight to read to younger children, for older children to read themselves, or for grown ups trecapture some of the magic.
I Saw a Peacock with a Fiery Tail
I Saw A Peacock With A Fiery Tail
Clown Bluey Laughter is God's Sunshine. Over many years, Clown Bluey has collected poems, either written by Clowns, or written about clowns and circus by other entertainers and the general public. Bluey hoped to be able to one day have this small collection of poems published and any profits made from selling the book were to be donated to The Clowns Benevolent Fund, a registered Charity set up and run by Clowns International. Unfortunately however, Spike passed away before he was able to write his forward to the book, and with him, it seems, went the opportunity to have the poems published, as no publishers have shown any interest in doing so since his sad departure. Baggy trousers Nose, bright red, A silly hat Upon his head. Squirting flower Spinning tie, A teardrop falling From his eye. A patchwork coat Those flapping shoes, A painted smile To chase the blues.
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