The Kingfisher Book of Scary Poems
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The Kingfisher Book of Scary Poems

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In the desolate depths of a perilous place the bogeyman lurks, with a snarl on his face. Never dare, never dare to approach his dark lair for he's waiting . . . just waiting . . . to get you.
—Jack Prelutsky, excerpt from The Bogeyman

Offering a mix of contemporary and classic verse as well as traditional rhymes, the poets featured in this anthology include Carl Sandburg, Te...more
Paperback, 72 pages
Published September 19th 2003 by Kingfisher (first published September 1st 2003)
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Gillian Clarke (b. 1937) is one of the central figures in contemporary Welsh poetry, the third to take up the post of National Poet of Wales. Her own poems have achieved widespread critical and popular acclaim (her Selected Poems has gone through seven printings and her work is studied by GCSE and A Level students throughout Britain) but she has also made her cultural mark through her inspirationa...more
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