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James Carter: Weird, Wild and Wonderful

Published by Otter-Barry Books

This is a book of James’ most popular and most requested poems (along with a few new ones), and you can certainly see why they are requested over and over!

It contains the cream of James’ ability to write charmingly pitched-perfect poems on any subject under the sun (or the moon), in the dark (or light), about the big (or little), and it covers deeply important subjects such as how to paint an elephant or play air guitar.

Excellent stuff, beautifully illustrated by Neal Layton. Recommended.

Here’s one of my favourites: