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Best Rhyming Books Reviewed & Ranked

While there are many courses and tutorials online, learning from a book is still one of the best ways to greatly improve your skills. Below I have selected top Rhyming books.

The Complete Rhyming Dictionary: Including The Poet’s Craft Book (1992)

 Best Rhyming Books Reviewed & RankedThis simple-to-use, exceptionally complete reference work has been updated, expanded and redesigned to meet the needs of today’s most demanding wordsmiths. Included here are:• Over 10,000 new entries—over 60,000 in all• More rhymes than any other book• Sight, vowel, consonant, and one-, two-, and three-syllable rhymes• Proper names, slang, and scientific words• Guide to techniques and forms of poetry
Author(s): Clement Wood, Ronald J. Bogus

Merriam-Webster’s Rhyming Dictionary, New Second Edition, trade paperback (2007)

 Best Rhyming Books Reviewed & RankedThis trade paperback rhyming dictionary, second edition, is the first resort for a new generation of poets, musicians, and lyricists. It contains more than 71,000 rhyming words conveniently arranged alphabetically by rhyming sounds and syllables. The entries, include one-, two-, and three-syllable rhyming words, open compounds, and brand names. It is fully cross-referenced for ease for use and includes multi-word rhymes. Based on the best-selling Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary.
Author(s): Merriam-Webster

My Book Of Rhyming Words (Kumon Workbooks) (2004)

 Best Rhyming Books Reviewed & RankedThis book is for children who can read and write the twenty-six letters of the alphabet. Words that are familiar to children, such as hat, bat, rat and cat are grouped by the vowel and consonant combination of the last two letters. Through games and exercises that encourage children to trace letters and read aloud, children will learn how to read and write simple words.
Author(s): Kumon, Kumon Publishing

Oxford Children’s Rhyming Dictionary (2014)

 Best Rhyming Books Reviewed & RankedThe Oxford Children’s Rhyming Dictionary is the perfect tool to help children write their own poetry. The alphabetical list of words that rhyme with an index of sounds make it simple to find a rhyme and reinforce spelling skills.
Author(s): John Foster

25 Read & Write Mini-Books That Teach Word Families: Fun Rhyming Stories That Give Kids Practice With 25 Keyword Families (2001)

 Best Rhyming Books Reviewed & RankedHelp children build essential reading skills with this collection of adorable mini-storybooks that give them practice reading and writing words from 25 different word families. Each book uses a few simple rhyming words to tell a lively and funny story. Includes ready-to-photocopy pages and extension activities.
Author(s): Nancy Sanders, Anne Kennedy

Rhyming Passion: A Journey… From Chains to Freedom (2019)

 Best Rhyming Books Reviewed & RankedGary Dotson is “the unlikely poet.” Open and see these unique anointed writings of how true grit has met true grace in this man’s life. A good heart shines out of his rough edges to inspire and encourage. Gary doesn’t pretend to be super spiritual but expresses his simple but powerful faith in Jesus Christ through common language that happens to rhyme.He hopes you or someone you love can find deeper meaning in life through these poems.
Author(s): Gary Dotson

Learning Puzzles: Rhyming (2018)

 Best Rhyming Books Reviewed & RankedHere’s a fun way to teach and reinforce phonemic awareness! The 20 self-checking, 5-piece puzzles in the set are designed to help children recognize and generate rhyming words. Each puzzle is unique―great for self-checking―and features a target word at the center and four rhyming picture/word puzzle pieces! Start building a foundation for academic success with the Learning Puzzles: Rhyming set. For use with Grades PreK-1.
Author(s): Scholastic

My Book Of Rhyming Words And Phrases (Kumon Workbooks) (2004)

 Best Rhyming Books Reviewed & RankedUsing games and exercises similar to those in Kumon’s My Book of Rhyming Words, this book helps children learn more advanced rhyming words and phrases. While learning to write and read situational phrases connected by conjunctions, such as ‘fox in box’ and ‘cat in hat,’ children will begin to develop more advanced verbal skills. Aimed at ages 4 to 6.
Author(s): Kumon

Essential Songwriter’s Rhyming Dictionary: Pocket Size Book (1996)

 Best Rhyming Books Reviewed & RankedAcclaimed by the New York Times as “part muse, part quick reference,” this pocket-sized dictionary is an easy-to-use tool geared specifically toward the contemporary songwriter. A concise collection of the most-often used words in popular music, the simple format allows for fast reference, while the 15,000 entries provide more than ample rhyming options.
Author(s): Kevin M. Mitchell

Rhyming Dust Bunnies (2009)

 Best Rhyming Books Reviewed & Rankedgreat book!
Author(s): Jan Thomas

Geschäftsdeutsch: An Introduction to German Business Culture (2011)

 Best Rhyming Books Reviewed & RankedGeschäftsdeutsch: An Introduction to German Business Culture introduces the students to the language of business German. It is foremost a language book, with the goal of increasing the students’ knowledge and interest in Germany’s national and global economy.
Author(s): Franz-Joseph Wehage, Gudrun Clay

Webster’s Rhyming Dictionary (2017)

 Best Rhyming Books Reviewed & RankedAn easy-to-use resource for writing poetry, song lyrics, rap, slogans, ad copy, jingles, limericks, and more! Over 40,000 words arranged by rhyming sounds. Includes multi-syllable and multi-word rhymes. Easy-to-use alphabetical format. Ideal for students.
Author(s): Merriam-Webster

Best Rhyming Books Reviewed & Ranked

We highly recommend you to buy all paper or e-books in a legal way, for example, on Amazon. But sometimes it might be a need to dig deeper beyond the shiny book cover. Before making a purchase, you can visit resources like Library Genesis and download some rhyming books mentioned below at your own risk. Once again, we do not host any illegal or copyrighted files, but simply give our visitors a choice and hope they will make a wise decision.

The Cockney Rhyming Slang Dictionary

Author(s): Tibballs, Geoff
ID: 2767570, Publisher: Ebury Publishing;Pop Press, Year: 2019, Size: 1 Mb, Format: epub

MY FIRST BOOK OF HINDI WORDS: an abc rhyming book of hindi language and indian culture

Author(s): Singh, Rina
ID: 2764270, Publisher: TUTTLE Publishing, Year: 2018, Size: 7 Mb, Format: pdf

A Dictionary of English Rhyming Slangs

Author(s): Antonio Lillo, Terry Victor
ID: 2147503, Publisher: De Gruyter Mouton, Year: 2017, Size: 15 Mb, Format: pdf

Please note that this booklist is not errorless. Some books are truly best-sellers according to The New York Times, others are drafted by unknown authors. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant resources you could recommend? Drop a comment if you have any feedback on the list.

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