Bennett Rader - Plymouth, Ohio (USA):
This book explains a great deal.
This book has an audio portion which plays a poem about the
adventures of a motorcycle.
This book releases a moth each time it is opened.
This book is used at a school which defies observation.
This book may only be checked out once in a blue moon,
twice during other months, but never on a Sunday.
DeAnne Kennedy - Herman, MN (USA):
Clutching this book, I scrambled over the footboard and onto the feet
Mom and Dad. Do you want to hear me read?
Without waiting for an
answer, I staggered through a day with Dick and Jane and into
Alfred J Bruey - Jackson, MI (USA):
This book has a new leather binding but it tells everyone "Don't
hate me because I'm beautiful. I'm not just a pretty binding, I'm
full of knowledge."
This book is classified as non-fiction but it contains no useful information.
It is very hard for an author to write a non-fiction book
that contains no facts.
This book just returned from four hours in the beauty parlor. Pay
no attention to its title or index - it is full of
gossip. It can tell you the original hair color of every woman
This book has been condemned by the city because it is a
really hot book but it doesn't have fire escapes or a sprinkler
This book recently was transferred here from another shelf. It forgot to
register its change of address with the card catalog so it's not
getting many visitors.
Sarolina Shen Chang - Canton, Michigan (USA):
This is the book about the three great beauties in Chinese history.
The author meant to write five, but stopped at three when
the recount of the fourth and fifth was aborted by the Supreme
This book is not about the tree doctor who brought along a
book to read for his first trimming job. It is about
the climbing gear he left behind when he finished this job and
went to the next one.
You've guessed it right. This book is not about the climbing
gear the tree doctor left behind. It is about the tree
which could no longer recognize itself because the tree doctor had shorn
off its identity.
This is the book about the sky that returned to the new
This is the book about the little girl who came to admire
the sky seen through the new shorn tree.
Jennifer Bosveld - Johnstown, OH (USA):
This book was stomped by a Nazi in a puddle in the
yard at Auschwitz and is holy.
This book told of a girl having two mothers and was banned
in Georgia and is holy.
This book explains an endless number of gods & goddesses and was
ridiculed by Rod Parsley and is holy.
This book is The Book by Alan Watts; some say it is
so 20th Century, some say it is the antichrist and it I
say is holy.
This book has ambiguous images of blacks and uses the Nword but
is progressive tho it shows children smoking but it is holy in
a hard place.
Kay McKenzie Cooke - Dunedin, (NZ):
This book's cover has a cerise background, lemon letters and a sketch
of a black signpost. One of the arms on the signpost points
to Troubled Syntax.
This book's spine's discoloured from where the light has hit it. The
name of the author is now so pale, it has almost disappeared
This book has a cover the colour of licorice and a
repeated, vertical motif of butterfly, clover, moon, dandelion, fish, lilypad, owl, lizard,
frog. The cover takes your fingers over the edge which is where
it folds over into the inside of the book as a
The colours on this book's cover are close to the colours I
want for our bathroom when we get around to painting it. It
is full of poems by a poet who writes of frost and
reeds and people walking under trees.
This book has a white, sulpher crested cockatoo on its cover which
twists its neck to the look over its right shoulder with a
surprised, round eye and a peaceful crest. Inside the writer writes: 'I
hold you lion in my eye'.
kiel Starforth - prairie village, kansas (USA):
this book gave me gas
this book made me feel gooey inside
this book made my desk be level
this dog! OOPs wrong poem
This book was written for idiots by an idiot
Penelope - Lexington, Kentucky (USA):
This book was written by a woman too tired to give a
This book was written by a woman no one would listen to.
Less of a book, narrow and easily bent, it is best described
as a pamphlet.
This book was written by someone’s mother the day after he died
and she was left with the job of sorting his mail and
returning his overdue books, for instance, the thin one over there.
This book was written by a young girl, in crayon, bound with
yarn and backed by the cardboard of cast off boxes. This book
says little as she could hardly spell and the words are off
kilter. Still if you look closely, you can see what she means.
This book is all leather cover,red satin placemark and gold trim pages.Unfortunately
when they opened this book and found nothing they thought it was
just a typical woman’s book but if you knew the author and
her history of sleepless nights and broken win
Lara - Kansas City, Kansas (USA):
This book has a line that tells the story of one person's
This book is a crazy detailed portrait
I read this book and realize the emotion of it-unorganized, living for
the moment kind of attitude
This book is like a journal-a summery of one's beginning, middle, and
This book is a never-ending story of several lives on several lines
Peg Duthie - Nashville, TN (USA):
This Bible was used as a coaster for grape juice, which she
drank with peppery water crackers.
This Bible falls open at Songs 8:6: "Set me as a
seal upon thy heart, as a seal upon thy arm: for
love is strong as death, jealousy cruel as the grave..."
This Bible was constructed out of newspapers and finger paint by a
third-grader as a present for her cousin at Meadville-Lombard Theological Seminary.
This Bible has dark spots with white specks on its cover, upon
which her grandfather dabbed drops of honey to represent the sweetness of
knowledge (and then covered with a paper napkin so that the honey
wouldn't stain their other books).
This Bible contains engravings by Barry Moser. His model for Jesus
was a waiter who initially thought he'd had a drop too many
upon being told "You're my Christ!"
Denise Dunn - ABQ, NM (USA):
When I open this book, the nights safe in bed at 7pm
come right back in wistful audiovisuals. It is a book of
Stevenson's poems for children.