One Hundred and One Best Rhymes for Children

One Hundred and One Best Rhymes for Children

by Holly Pell McConnaughy
     
 

"If all the world were apple pie,

And all the sea were ink,

And all the trees were bread and cheese,

What should we have to drink?"

In this collection you'll find one hundred and one joyous rimes to capture the fancy and free the imagination of any child. Such playful classics as "Peter, Pumpkin Eater," "Little Bo-Peep," and "Old Mother Hubbard" will

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"If all the world were apple pie,

And all the sea were ink,

And all the trees were bread and cheese,

What should we have to drink?"

In this collection you'll find one hundred and one joyous rimes to capture the fancy and free the imagination of any child. Such playful classics as "Peter, Pumpkin Eater," "Little Bo-Peep," and "Old Mother Hubbard" will be found among lesser-known gems. Passed down from generation to generation and gathered from around the world, these favorites are sure to delight.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781566190541
Publisher:
Barnes & Noble
Publication date:
08/02/1993
Pages:
107

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