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Rhyming Time with Steve Smallman

Friday 19th February 2016 2pm - 3pm Grand Central Birmingham Children's Event, Free Event

“There was tiger poo, lion poo, prickly porcupine poo,
Plummeting giraffe poop that landed with a splat.
Dollops of gnu poo, bouncy kangaroo poo,
A trail of drippy droppings from a fat wombat!”

Zoo Keeper Bob is exhausted. There’s too much poo in the zoo – and he’s the one who has to scoop it up. Then one day, a mysterious glowing poo appears! Could it be alien poop from outer space? And what on EARTH will Bob do with it?


Poo in the Zoo is packed with humour, romping rhyme and deliciously cheeky wordplay. It’s one of those stories that’s an instant hit with children and adults alike - it will have you giggling from beginning to end. 


Steve Smallman is an author, illustrator and wonderfully entertaining performer and this half-term he wants to show you how to rhyme just like him.


Join us for an interactive story time session and help Steve Smallman tell this hilarious story.


Venue: Foyles, Grand Central Birmingham,

Tickets: To book a place for the workshop please email


Please note, no physical tickets will be issued, the email confirmation you receive is proof of your booking.




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