What on Earth Can It Be? by Roger McGough

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Look through the shaped holes and try and guess what's hiding on the other side. Is it a robot? Some cherry drops? Or even a magician's hat?

What on earth can it be?

 

About Roger McGough

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Roger McGough, born in Liverpool, England, is one of that country's most celebrated poets. He is the author of more than fifty books and has written numerous scripts, including the script for the Beatles' film Yellow Submarine. In 1986 his lyrics for the Broadway production of The Wind in the Willows received a Tony nomination. Roger is also the two-time recipient of the U.K.'s Signal Poetry Award and a British O.B.E. Freelance illustrator Penny Dann was born in Slough, Buckinghamshire, UK. She attended Amersham College in Buckinghamshire on a two year foundation course and then she studied Visual Communications at the Brighton College of Art. She is well-known for her bestselling Secret Fairy Series. She currently lives in Brighton in the UK.
 
Published September 26, 2002 by Viking Children's Books. 24 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Humor & Entertainment. Fiction

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In What on Earth Can It Be? by Roger McGough, illus. by Lydia Monks, a series of nonsensical questions introduce an assortment of die-cut pages that offer a glimpse of what's coming. What on eart

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