The Hungrumptious Blumpfh

The Hungrumptious Blumpfh

£5.99

There are poems about talking fish and chips; suicidal peas; stinking, squishy sprouts; faking illness so you can miss school; a Hungrumptious Blumpfh (and I bet you’ve never met one of THOSE before), and even a poem about my mum. Oh, and by the way, if you answered ‘no’ to those earlier questions, you can still buy this book. Ok?

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Has your mum ever been shopping without any clothes on? Have you ever met a real life crocodile in your local supermarket? Do you long to miss a day of school and fly to space instead? If the answer to any of these questions is a loud ‘yes’, then this is the book for you. Inside this poetry collection are poems about all of these things and plenty more besides.

3 reviews for The Hungrumptious Blumpfh

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    ‘I deny everything. I was never ill. I don’t know what you’re talking about’ – Sick Sid

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    ‘He better not have written anything about me’ – Conrad’s mum

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    ‘If I don’t make it onto the front page I’m coming round to Conrad’s house to swallow him whole’ – The Supermarket Crocodile.

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