What would happen if the Queen ate too many baked beans?
If your teacher got locked in the loo, would you let them out?
Why are some dinner ladies so horrible?
And why do children love talking about wee and poo so much?
These are just some of the questions that Conrad ponders in The Baked Bean Queen, his third collection of humorous poems for children. If his first two books are anything to go by – PARENTS BEWARE! Reading this book could be hazardous to your child’s health. Raucous laughter and huge gasps for air have been widely reported whenever children come into contact with Conrad’s poems.
Today I will be joining 1000 children and adults from 23 local schools to remember and celebrate the life of Jo Cox. I'm honoured to be a part of this wonderful day. It's going to be colourful, exciting and, I imagine, quite emotional. #moreincommon ... See MoreSee Less
Today I learned that the London Eye is 135 metres tall. But far better than that - I learned how to make a pencil crayon tower! Class 3's is far superior, but I'm hampered by my rounded pencil crayons. Is it acceptable to go and buy hundreds of flat edged pencil crayons for the sole purpose of building a taller tower?
Hi there everyone - Happy 2017! I'm FINALLY getting web-savvy and posting my first blog post on my BRAND NEW website. I hope that you like the new site - I'm delighted with it. I'd love to hear any comments...