Book Spine Poetry Challenge
Everybody’s favorite excuse to speak in rhyming couplets is upon us! That’s right; it’s National Poetry Month. In honor of National Poetry Month this year, my fellow Hub blogger Suzanne Neumann and I have made some exquisite book spine poems for you. For those of you who don’t know, book spine poems are made by stacking books on top of each other and forming a witty, free-verse poem from their titles. Check out this gallery of book-spine poems for examples. Our book spine poems, of course, come with a twist. Suzanne and I both composed three poems based on books. Can you identify which books they are?
These were made by members of the Pueblo City-County Library District’s Teen Advisory Board, who are amazing!
Which book is which? Tell us in the comments!
— Maria Kramer, currently reading Sugar Changed the World for the Best of the Best Reading Challenge
— Suzanne Neumann, currently reading Guy Langman: Crime Scene Procrastinator by Josh Berk