Where Zebras Go


Where Zebras Go is a spell-binding collection of poems by Sue Hardy-Dawson. Her subjects include the art of poetry writing, the state of our planet and every day experiences. In fact, Bookwagon considers that this subtle little book is a powerhouse of poetry. Each poem is a treasure, ideal to read alone or to share. Furthermore, the poetry within this selection is ideal bedtime reading too! Bookwagon loves and recommends this book for classrooms.

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Where Zebras Go

Poems and illustrations by Sue Hardy- Dawson


Where Zebras Go is a Faberge egg of children’s poems. Each poem is a gem, one to be read, savoured and shared. Sue Hardy-Dawson‘s subjects are as varied as wildlife, traditional tales and characters. Then again, what about poetry, our planet, every day experiences or shared feelings. What’s more, this poet demonstrates such a creative and clever use of a wide variety of forms to elevate her words.
Thereafter, from:- ‘The Beautiful Planet‘- ‘Yes, we once had a planet/ just as beautiful as yours’
Then again, from:- ‘Twenty Ways to avoid Monsters And Mythical Beasts‘- ’16. If anyone, apart from  your parents, tells you they’re gonna eat you up, believe them…’
Furthermore, from:- ‘Old Dog’– ‘… now/ in your dreams you run and play
All in all, this debut poetry collection seems like a journey, from the familiar, to the fairytale and then the wild savannah.
Finally, Bookwagon loves and recommends this title for reading aloud, sharing a bedtime or in class, inspiring writing, reciting and learning. In fact, we consider that Where Zebras Go, like Apes to Zebras, to which this writer contributes, is an essential title



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