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Shari Low: Babewatch Bard.

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ISN'T Pamela Anderson a clever, clever girl? Not only does she have a thriving acting and modelling career, a best-selling novel and a range of merchandise that flies off shelves, but now the buxom one has revealed she would like to release a series of children's books based on poetry she writes for her sons. Exclusively for Daily Record readers, we've managed to attain a wee sample of her ditties: My name is Pammie and I'm a mom, The joy just swells my heart, I take care of my boys from dawn to dusk, Since me and that tattooed bloke did part. Being a mom is a wonderful thing, To see my kids smile is fantastic, When they grin I get goosebumps from head to toe, Except on the bits of me that are plastic


NURSERY RHYMES: Pamela Anderson writes poetry to her kids
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Jan 20, 2005
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