OTHER TITLES BY HERRICK, STEVEN
Jack is sixteen. He's obsessed with the beautiful
Annabel, the ghost of his mother and nose hair.
'I have just written a great poem
One that's so good
University Professors will read it, b ...
It's every young person's dream to hit the road. Jack and Annabel set out and find fifty acres of unpicked apples and a farmer who'll let them live in his shed. A brilliant companion to Love, ghosts a ...
Another collection of funny, strange, silly and ordinary poems from Australia's most popular poet for children. Herrick is at his best when he writes about the simple things in a child's everyday life ...
My sister doesn't eat meat.
She calls herself a vegetarian
Mum calls her sensitive.
Dad calls her a nutcase.
I don't call her anything unless she picks on me
Then I call her names I can't mention in a ...
Twelve-year-old Sam has soccer fever. He lives with eccentric Auntie Amshara and Ronaldo his dog. His best friend is Goose, Captain of the local soccer team, until soccer crazed Jessica Bowles moves i ...
"I hate that wall
Everytime I go for a bike-ride
Mum says, "Stay within the walls".
So I ride around in circles,
Like a circus animal.
It's a prison. A prison for kids."
Dumb things become important ...
Jayden Hayden, wordsmith, a.k.a rhyming boy, doesn't have a dad - just a mum obsessed with Jayden Finch, the footballer, and an embarrassing name that gets him teased. When a school father-son day is ...
Are toenails a good source of vitamen C?
What are ten things you will never hear your parents say?
And, more importantly, how do you untangle spaghetti?
A collection of humorous, touching and thought- ...
A heart-warming tale about friendship, grief and the importance of baked goods, by award-winning author Steven Herrick.