“A dreamer? Me? Err, You bet, The world’s greatest space cadet!” Join poet James Carter on a journey through space and time: meet everyone from a Viking warrior to a crazed cat – and travel from planet Earth to the very edges of the universe… This wonderful collection is the perfect way to get children interested in poetry.
Age range :- 9-11 years
His poems will work their magic on all readers, and each one finds something new to say, and the perfect way to say it. A treat from first page to last. – –Andrea Reece, Lovereading4kids.co.uk
To me, this is what teaching poetry should be about in primary schools; pushing boundaries of language conventions as well as using humour to capture attention. The mix of poems throughout the book are fantastic in exploring different forms of poetry, inspiring pupils to create their own versions which can be very rewarding and less overwhelming than other forms of writing. – –UKEd Chat
Oh yes! This collection is very good indeed. – –TUC, poetryzone.co.uk
About the Author
An award-winning children’s poet, James Carter travels all over the cosmos (well, Britain) with his guitar (that’s Keith) to give lively poetry performances and workshops. James once had hair, extremely long hair (honestly), and he played in a really nasty ultra-loud heavy rock band. And, as a lifelong space cadet, James has discovered that poems are the best place to gather all his daydreamy thoughts. What’s more, he believes that daydreaming for ten minutes every day should be compulsory in all schools.