Peter Piper's Practical Principles of Plain & Perfect Pronunciation

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Courier Dover Publications, 1970 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 31 pages
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Alliterative jingles and tongue-twisters. Reproduction in full of 1830 first American edition. 25 spirited woodcuts.
  

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These are the classic tongue twisters that included Peter Piper. Written in book form, a tongue twister was devised for each letter of the alphabet based on alliteration. There's a brief history as to ... Read full review

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Try saying any of these fast! I didn't know there were tongue twisters for other letters of the alphabet. Read full review

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