Penguin, 1993 - Juvenile Fiction - 31 pages
Here are fourteen wonderfully entertaining hand games, perfect for parents and children to play together. Little hands can wiggle, stretch, pound, point, and dance as they animate rhymes like "Two Little Monkeys, " "Quack! Quack! Quack!" and "The Caterpillar." And children will enjoy a group of delightful poems at the same time.
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Review: Hand RhymesUser Review - Meg McGregor - Goodreads
Poetry gets a new look when you put your hands in it! Fun, fun, for parents and children to say and act out these rhymes all at the same time. Read full review
Review: Hand RhymesUser Review - Melissa Sommer - Goodreads
This book had many different old and recent rhymes. I loved how creative the pictures were and how most of the pictures covered the whole page. The children will enjoy this book because they should ... Read full review