Up in the Attic

by Pam Ayres


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The west country star of popular poetry

About this book:

The brand new collection of verse from the nation’s favourite poet, Pam Ayres.

With the same magic that has enchanted her fans for more than four decades, Pam’s new collection is by turns hilarious, reflective and profound. From the dubious joy of being an exhausted, panic-stricken hostess in ‘The Dinner Party’ or feelings of unease about pub tableware in ‘Don’t Put My Dinner on the Slate!’, to a poignant reflection of war in ‘Down the Line’and the bittersweet nostalgia of ‘Up in the Attic’, this new collection will tickle and move readers in equal measure.

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