The Jumblies

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Corgi, 2002 - Children's poetry, English - 32 pages
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A vibrant tale, full of fantasy and humour, in which the adventurous and colourful Jumblies go to sea in a sieve. Coupled with Ian Beck’s lively and atmospheric illustrations, this classic Edward Lear rhyme is given a new lease on life, and is guaranteed to delight children for many years to come.

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Absolutely fabulous...I love edward Lear.....he's so creative and funny...children need his energy his imagination....


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About the author (2002)

Edward was an English author and poet known for his literary nonsense in poetry and prose and especially his limericks, a form he popularised.

IAN BECK is a familiar name to the Doubleday/Corgi lists with his previous successful picture books. A freelance illustrator for over twenty years (including such notable artwork as the record cover for Elton John's Yellow Brick Road album), Ian turned to writing and illustrating children's books on the birth of his own first child. Artist lives: Twickenham, Middlesex PRAISE FOR: The Owl and the Pussycat 'Ian Beck is a stylish and witty draughtsman who enhances his illustrations with admirably chosen colour' Junior Bookshelf

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