Published: 28/01/2015
ISBN: 9781784621285
Format: Paperback

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My name is Professor M.R.Ali and I live in Surrey with my wonderful wife, Maria. We have three grown up children who give me much inspiration for all of the work that I do. I am an inventor, art... read more

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Voice of Fables
by Professor M. R. Ali

Introducing Deltaville – the ideal village with special creatures inhabiting mountains and glaciers with their very own languages, 'Animalic' and 'Deltonic'.

Voice of Fables is a beautiful selection of children’s poetry based on a variety of topics, focusing on the voices of the animal kingdom and the voices of the Deltaville.

Each poem uniquely connects each animal with a characteristic, for example the link between memory and elephants, loyalty and dogs, and powers and lions. This new attempt to put together animals that we know, with imaginary characters from the ideal village of virtue, provides a new perspective on children’s poetry. Such a combination gives an extra dimension in creativity.

Enjoy discovering your favourite fable!

Voice of Fables is an excellent schooltime read aimed at children aged 7 and over. It is fun and humorous, with a great variation of bedtime poems for the more relaxed and quieter times. With a wealth of subjects to interest everyone, Voice of Fables will appeal to children and parents alike.

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Echo of Wars is my third published poetry book. My other two are called Poems of the Cities and Poems for Art's Sake.

I have entered two poetry competitions this year,
The Seamus Heaney Prize for Poetry and The Bridport Poetry Award.

We will find out later this year if we have had any success.


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