Disgusting Poems by Paul Cookson
  

Synopsis

Disgusting Poems by Paul Cookson

This disgusting themed anthology of poems is written by various authors. The anthologies in this series are updated and revised versions of previously published titles, each with several brand new poems in them. There's an anthology for every place and topic. Make sure you've always got a verse rehearsed! Roaring dinosaur rhymes, silly school rhymes: even some revolting rhymes to get you groaning. You can rap or rhyme them, mime them out or tackle fiendish tongue-twisters. Heaps of rib-tickling rhymes to send you poetry potty, and it all supports the school curriculum. A matching Teacher Resource Book, written by Paul Cookson, features workshop-style lessons based on different poetry types/genres. Each lesson focuses on a specific poem from one of the anthologies.

About the Author

Paul Cookson

Paul has been a poet for over twenty-five years, has written and edited over sixty collections, sold over a million books and visited thousands of schools, libraries and festivals all over the world. He is the Poet in Residence for the National Football Museum in Manchester, and his work has appeared in over 200 anthologies, on school posters, art installations, beer mats and even burger napkins.

He lives in Retford with his wife, two children, a dog, a room full of books and music, and too many ukuleles.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
128 pages

Author

Paul Cookson
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Author's Website

paulcooksonpoet.co.uk

Publisher

Scholastic Press an imprint of Scholastic

Publication date

3rd September 2015

ISBN

9781407158839


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