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Two Skeletons On The Telephone

by Paul Duggan

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A funny poetry book for kids o get a laugh while reading. This book is a great way to teach the different types of poems and their meanings. This book is also a great Halloween book to encourage children to read.
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A collection of poems with an emphasis on the grisly or ghastly, including "If You're Strolling in a Sewer," "Mr. One Leg," and "A Vampire Bit a Ghostly Neck."

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A collection of poems with an emphasis on the grisly or ghastly, including "If You're Strolling in a Sewer," "Mr. One Leg," and "A Vampire Bit a Ghostly Neck."

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