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Sean Taylor

Sean started writing poetry as a teenager. Then, in 1993, he came across a newspaper article which reported that a goat slaughtered by a cleric in Iran had been found to have teeth made of gold. He tried writing a story for children. It was called The Goat With The Golden Teeth. It won second prize in a competition run by The Independent and Scholastic Children's Books. Since then, Sean has focused on writing for young readers. He also works as a storyteller, and has many years' experience of working with stories and poetry in schools.

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SEAN TAYLOR

Sean Taylor

Who Ate Auntie Iris?

Where the Bugaboo Lives

A Waste of Good Paper

When a Monster is Born

The World Champion of Staying Awake

A Brave Bear

Hoot Owl, Master of Disguise

Don't Call Me Choochie Pooh!

The Ring Went Zing!

The Grizzly Bear with the Frizzly Hair

Robomop

Huck Runs Amuck!

What a Naughty Bird

Robot Rumpus!

We Have Lift Off!

Crocodiles are the Best Animals of All

Fiddlesticks!

It's a Groovy World, Alfredo!

Sean started writing poetry as a teenager. Then, in 1993, he came across a newspaper article which reported that a goat slaughtered by a cleric in Iran had been found to have teeth made of gold. He tried writing a story for children. It was called The Goat With The Golden Teeth. It won second prize in a competition run by The Independent and Scholastic Children's Books. Since then, Sean has focused on writing for young readers. He also works as a storyteller, and has many years' experience of working with stories and poetry in schools.