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- If you love words you will love this book!
- This book is a great pleasure to read.
- The best part of this delightful book is Jones's
fifty-two lyrical verses. They're filled with
variety, verve, and vivacity.
- This is the greatest book ever! I've purchased
many copies, yet I keep buying more to give to all
my friends and family who love vocabulary,
poetry, and just plain learning.
- Buy this book, read it, enjoy it, you will be glad
- This is a delightful read for people of any age.
- My teacher-friends are especially fond of the
book and are trying to memorize a word a week to
share with their students.
- Susan Jones's poems are very clever and
delightful, reminding me of Ogden Nash. I highly
recommend this book for anyone in 6th grade or
- An excellent collection and very highly
- A must for anyone who likes words.
- … beyond a breath of fresh air.
- With its many variations, this truly is a romp
through the English language.
- Susan’s creative approach prompts a desire to
play with words more than ever. Original!
- Susan Jones did a great job with this book.
Anyone who enjoys word “study” will appreciate
this book. The great thing is that the author makes
it so much fun!
- I found Words’Worth’s Vocabulary Verse by
Susan Jones just a pure delight. I was traveling
with my husband, and I was constantly saying
“Listen to this …”
- Susan Jones has provided a literary double-play.
Her book is entertaining and educational in equal
Even better (if possible!) read what “the
- Word-verses, 52 of them, going up the alphabet
and back down. 52 weeks in the year. Hmmmm,
this little book could be used as a weekly almanac.
Trouble is, bet you can't read just one a week!
- No vacillating here. The decision is quick and
unanimous. WORDSWORTH is a great read.
Learning new words or seeing familiar ones, by
way of light verse, is the ticket. (A. D. Light)
- How to describe this book? How about
cockamamie insouciance? And I'm not just
bamboozling! (S. N. Shull)
- Susan Jones, aka WORDSWORTH, has given us a
“livre juste” filled with mots justes. (Bob Lew)
- WORDS' WORTH is a refreshing zephyr, an
umbrageous retreat. (E. Z. Reeding)
- Find the nearest tuffet, sit back and enjoy this
gallimaufry of delights. (Frank Lee Grayt)
- Get your quotidian dose of WORDSWORTH. This
is one hunky-dory little tome. (A. Mused)
- I especially enjoyed the quotations from literature
that describe words in general and that show the
featured word in context. (Wanda Full)
- Susan Jones, aka WORDSWORTH, has produced
a gem, a literary flourish (flounce, furbelow). She
has “let flie” with delightful and amusing results.
- No need for susurrus here. This is a book worth
shouting about. (A. Djem)
- Fun, instructive, highly amusing, intelligent, and
nicely presented. Oh, and I loved the word
selections and verses, too. (Shirley Fein)
- A thoroughly enjoyable walk through the
alphabet. (X. M. Plurry)
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