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Bennett Rader - Plymouth, Ohio (USA):
April 10, 2001:
This book spreads therapeutic pudding across its pages.
This book takes its journalism virtually.
This book aids and abets children in writing poems wherever they find
This book is about a fox pickin' the blues on his guitar
and a smith pounding out poemshoes on his coffeehouse
April 11, 2001:
On a two-page spread, this book displayed the maze of life filled
with little icons representing the traps, misdirections, and pots of words.
The mysteries in this book are Elementary because it never reached high
This book had Thanksgiving dinner in Alice's church.
This book knows that the time has come
and that Freddy Bean has proven that pigs have wings.
April 12, 2001:
This book sparks controversy.
This book is a bedtime story.
This book unearthed a major general who studied haiku for years, then
finally shared one of his own.
This book opened a mic, slammed through a revolving door, knocked back
a Woodpecker, and was a substitute page for Arthur.
This book never saw a moor, but did see a man upon
April 13, 2001:
This book showcases a zen troll who eats burglars.
This book is an unknown myth translated by Joseph Campbell.
This book frowned when bigots took over a northern city and consigned
the natives to a life of shame and poverty, but it still
keeps records of their ballgames.
A man dropped a chipmunk into this book, but the critter popped
on her derby and used her jawbone to race over the wall
to freedom for a weekend.
This book is about an exotic redhead who impetuously poemed and photographed
her way to fame last friday.
This book has a ghost in it, but then, the author is
a ghost, too.
This book is about killing small animals with tobacco smoke and other
forms of child abuse.
This book is full of words.
This book is full of answers and crossword puzzle clues.
This book has no infomercials.
April 14, 2001:
This book had a power blackout and people are reading with flashlights
and candles to finish it.
This book contains a lake where hundreds of Canada geese swim and
honk, but also, here be predators.
In this book, a pig detective went for a ride on a
swing, but forgot to hold on and landed in a pricker bush...twice!
This book has an ant cutting a rug on the dotted line.
Jazz-loving Ghoulardi played polka music in this book.
April 15, 2001:
This book fortifies all of the night fears of childhood.
Everyone read this book, then, not so many read it again; some
have not stopped rereading it.
This book is famous in the neighborhood.
This book that is a scrapbook has one photo, taken in Michigan,
The pages in this book came from a tree in Sherwood Forest
and were donated by Robin Hood.
April 16, 2001:
This book told the story of a woman named Jen, a poor
poeteer who always kept her family fed. She was out one
day editing quite friendly, and came home a ridin' on a big,
bad Bentley. What a joy that was, Ohio gold, looking glass
This book owed so much in taxes, that the feds took out
This book is a failed Chemistry text, because one of the misprints
told the students to fire up their Bunsey burners.
This book was an English text until it arrived at school, then
it became a horror book.
One critic said that this book was like the road that went
ever, ever on, but then, he also said that this book would
not live up to its expectations.