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S is for Children’s Poets Darren Sardelli, Robert Schechter, Joshua Seigal, Andrea Shavick, Marilyn Singer, Lemn Sissay, Roger Stevens, Alan Summers, George Szirtes

George Szirtes   . George Szirtes George Szirtes was born in Hungary in 1948 and came to England as a refugee in 1956. He trained as an artist and has written over twenty books of poetry in English, some of which have won prizes, such as the Faber Prize, and the T S Eliot Prize, …

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T is for Children’s Poets Jill Townsend and Nick Toczek #AtoZChallenge #ZtoA

  Jill Townsend . Jill Townsend Jill Townsend has had poems for children published in over 80 anthologies and her collection, Going To The Olympics, is available from Amazon on Kindle or for download to a p.c. She also writes for adults. Her website is here. . Here is one of her lovely poems:   …

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U is for Children’s Poet, Kaye Umansky! #AtoZChallenge

. Kaye Umansky Kaye Umansky started writing stories when she was a child. She trained as a teacher and taught Drama, Music and English, and carried on writing stories in her spare time. In 1985 she had her first book published, and is now is best known for her funny children’s novels, like the Pongwiffy …

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Z is for Children’s Poet Neal Zetter #AtoZChallenge #ZtoA

. Neal Zetter Neal Zetter is an award-winning children’s author, comedy performance poet and entertainer. Read his poem and post by clicking on this link: Poetry Roundabout.  Click on the title of the Poetry Roundabout post to be taken to the post’s page where you will be able to comment. Thank you!

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Z is for Poet Benjamin Zephaniah, #AtoZChallenge #ZtoA

Yes! Today on Poetry Roundabout, the sister site to this one, the first post is all about Benjamin Zephaniah, who has kindly provided a poem. Here’s the link to the post: Benjamin Zephaniah #ZtoA #AtoZChallenge Click on the title of the post on Poetry Roundabout to be taken to the post’s page where you will be able …

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