Coral Rumble's poems have featured in her own collections, nearly 200 anthologies, on television and on radio. Coral's debut novel, 'Jakub's Otter' is to be published beginning of 2024 (Troika Books).
'Things That Should be in a Poem', was published in 2022 (Troika Books). This collection is for younger children and won the guest Poetry category at the Spark! School Book Award 2023
'Little Light', was published in 2021 (Troika Books). This verse novel follows the life of Ava, a homeless girl living in a hotel. It was a chosen text for National Poetry Day 2021, and for Empathy Day 2022.
'Riding a Lion', was published in 2020 (Troika Books) and covers all ranges of emotions; some days we cry and some days we laugh loudly and boldly. This collection was shortlisted for the North Somerset Teacher's Book Awards 2021.
'Mustafa's Jumper', was published in 2019 (Wacky Bee Books). It is a story based on the award-winning poem, and gently explores the precarious position of seeking asylum.
'The Adventures Of The Owl And The Pussycat', first published by (Parragon), has recently been republished (Wacky Bee). It was long listed for Oscar's Book Prize .
Her three previous poetry collections are, 'Creatures, Teachers and Family Features' (MacDonald Young Books - currently out of print), 'Breaking the Rules' (Lion), and 'My Teacher's As Wild As A Bison' (Lion).
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