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If The World Belonged To Dogs
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Everybody knows, tickles grow on toesand the backs of knees. They perch on top of nosesbut they don't grow on trees! Fantastical nonsense, disgusting habits, the secret world of pets, and the not-so-secret world of families. Lullabies to help you sleep at night, scary poems to keep you awake. You’ll find all of these and more in this fun and whimsical collection of poems by the acclaimed author of If Bees Rode Shiny Bicycles.

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Everybody knows, tickles
grow on toes
and the backs of knees.
They perch on top of noses
but they don't grow on
trees!

Fantastical nonsense, disgusting habits, the secret world of pets, and the not-so-secret world of families. Lullabies to help you sleep at night, scary poems to keep you awake. You’ll find all of these and more in this fun and whimsical collection of poems by the acclaimed author of If Bees Rode Shiny Bicycles.

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Michelle Taylor

Michelle Taylor

Michelle Taylor grew up in Darwin and Brisbane. She has lived in Suffolk, Glasgow, London and the island of Madeira in Portugal. She has been writing and publishing for over twenty years. Michelle has a degree in occupational therapy with many years experience helping people navigate their mental and emotional health. She also has a Master of Arts in which she researched how the role of monsters in stories can empower children and manage fears. Michelle particularly enjoys taking poetry to young audiences.