The trouble with marrows and certain courgettes is their habit of keeping tin kettles as pets. Where is it possible to find a happy family of troublesome marrows, good eggs, toffee miners and departed spirits sharing a fridge with a banker, a bevy of nature curers and a band of musical moles? Not to mention prune birds. In the pages of The Trouble With Marrows. Where else! Michael Comyns joins the select company of Edward Lear, Lewis Carroll and Hilaire Belloc, the kings of nonsense rhyme, to write a set of verses that will surprise and delight you.
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