A children's poetry book with a difference, with the odd riddle, a splash of suspense and the usual fears of childhood, Diary of a Shapeshifter takes the reader on a journey of the imagination to consider the big questions of life, as well as those that might not have been thought of before. This engaging collection was written by a reknowned poet with a publishing history of several years standing. The cover art is provided by Mark Hetherington. "With its mixture of poems in a variety of styles, including riddles and kennings about the natural world and poems on subjects ranging from Bonfire Night and circus lions to ghosts and the fearsome Gloom, this is a rich collection full of poems children will enjoy." John Foster (Poet and Anthologist) "A beautiful book." Jimmy McGovern.
See Kevin's second book for Beul Aithris - Ov: A Fantasy