Revolting Poems To Make You Squirm by Susie Gibbs
  

Revolting Poems To Make You Squirm

Written by Susie Gibbs

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Age 5+. Slimy, stinky fun is on the menu when you read this collection of poetry. There are poems about bugs, about spots, about worms and the best of all is the one about black socks!

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Revolting Poems To Make You Squirm by Susie Gibbs

Contains many sorts of disgusting poems about hairs in your food, snot and bogey pie, exploding spots, blood-sucking leeches, slobbery saliva, not to mention things that get caught in your teacher's beard-and between their toes. The poets include Jack Prelutsky, Wendy Cope, Paul Cookson, and Roger Stevens.

About the Author

Susie Gibbs was for many years the editor behind the highly successful Macmillan poetry list and was the editor for a number of OUP poetry books including, Poems to Freak Out Your Teachers, Poems to MakeYour Friends Scream, Poems to Annoy Your Parents, and Poems to Make Your Friends Laugh.

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Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Susie Gibbs
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

3rd August 2006

ISBN

9780192726063

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