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Poems (Knockouts) by John Foster

Poems (Knockouts)

by John Foster

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This title is part of the "Knockouts" series which offers romance, thrillers, history, adventure, autobiography, science fiction and humour in the form of short stories, novels, poetry and plays. The content is designed to cover the whole range of secondary school students. The series has also been divided by level of reading difficulty which is indicated by colour: pink is the easiest to read, green is slightly more demanding and black is for fairly confident readers. This volume, classified as green level, is a humorous, multi-ethnic anthology of poems, arranged in themes of interest to teenagers, which includes the works of contemporary poets such as Grace Nichols, John Agard, Roger McGough, Brian Moses, Irene Rawnsley and others.

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