Hey, Diddle, Diddle: A Children's Book of Nursery Rhymes
Macmillan, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 45 pages
Over sixty beloved nursery rhymes all dressed up in a fresh new look.
"Little Miss Muffet,
sat on her tuffet,
eating her curds and whey . . ."
A princess who has lost her shoe. Little Boy Blue. A teeny-tiny spider. Jack Spratt. A fiddling cat . . .
Nursery rhymes—with their lyrical, playful verse—introduce young children to the rhythms of language. In this delightful collection, favorite classics are rediscovered in Linda Bronson’s three-dimensional pictures. So share a comfy chair and recite along as funny characters in all shapes and sizes leap from the pages right into the imagination.
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