PADDY PIG'S POEMS by Donald Charles

PADDY PIG'S POEMS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

When Paddy invites a couple of supercilious friends to join his poetry club, they make fun of his poems: each quatrain concludes with a non-rhyming synonym for the expected rhyme. Paddy is unperturbed: he likes surprise endings, and writes them deliberately. Readers can both hone their skills by providing the ""right"" word and take Paddy's point--there's more than one way to play with words.

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1989
Page count: 40pp
Publisher: Simon & Schuster