Puzzling Poems To Drive You Crazy by Susie Gibbs
  

Puzzling Poems To Drive You Crazy

Written by Susie Gibbs

5+ readersPoetry
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Age 5+. A poetry book to keep your child amused in the loo, in the bath or simply when they’re bored, it’s full of brain twisting poems that may drive you crazy but will also delight you in your cleverness as you solve them.

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Puzzling Poems To Drive You Crazy by Susie Gibbs

Contains different types of puzzle poems to solve with many sorts of brainteasers, anagrams, acrostics, spoonerisms, rebuses, and poems you just have to say out loud if you want the answer - if you can work out how to say them. The poets include Jonathan Swift, James Reeves, Wendy Cope and Nick Toczek.

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 Make Your 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

03/08/2006

ISBN

9780192726087


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