For over 24 years, Twin Sisters Productions has been dedicated to producing quality educational and inspirational music resources for children, families, and educators. Founded by fraternal twins, Karen Mitzo Hilderbrand, and Kim Mitzo Thompson, Twin Sisters Productions has continued to expand its product line to include CDs, read and sing-along books, floor puzzles and educational workbooks, all with the purpose of learning through music. These products have received over 160 awards for educational excellence and creativity as well as classroom and family fun, thus reflecting Twin Sisters Productions’ commitment to producing educational audio of the highest quality and value. These awards include nine RIAA (Record Industry Association of America) certified Gold albums and one Platinum album. With thousands of songs that teach and over 30 million albums sold, Twin Sisters Productions positions itself as the leader in children’s educational music.
Humpty Dumpty & Moreby Kim Mitzo Thompson
Help the children glue and tape Humpty Dumpty back together again with this adapted version of the classic Humpty Dumpty rhyme. After that enjoy five more classics, including Jack and Jill, Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone, Five Little Piggies and Little Miss Muffet!
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- Barnes & Noble
- NOOK Book
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- 5 MB
- Age Range:
- 3 - 8 Years
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I was hoping to have my daughter read it, but the writng is too small and you can't enlarge it. Waste of 99 cents
Hum<_>pty Dumpty walks along a little road. Ahead was a bridge that crossed a ravine. Horses were running across it straight towards him. But he still kept going. "If i can move alomg the side of the bridge then i should be fine." He says to himself. He keeps walking. The horses dont stop. He moves to the side of the on coming horses and climbs onto the rail of the bridge. He walks across his carefully. As he almost reaches the other side of the bridge. One of the horses lose control. The man who sat on the horse falls and slams into Hum<_>pty Dumpty. Both of the men fall. <p> That night a the bottom of the ravine: A group of ten men make it to the bottom of the ravine. They search for a little while in the darkness for the to fallen men. Their torches cast light of the fallen men... more like splatters of men. <p> Hum<_>pty Dumpty wasnt an egg. He was a man. When he died with the other man on the bottom of the ravine. They were compared to two eggs mixed in a bowl.