Animal Nursery Rhymes

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Dorling Kindersley, 1992 - Juvenile Fiction - 29 pages
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Nursery rhymes that feature animals are among the most popular with young children. Nursery rhymes are as old as time, and those that feature animals are among the most popular with young children. Passed from one generation to another, animal nursery rhymes remind us of a life that was full of cats and dogs, sheep and pigs, horses and cows. Mice often ran up and down clocks, and sheep gave at least three bags of wool. Generations of illustrators have used nursery rhymes as inspiration for fantasy; this fresh photographic approach takes children back into the real world of animals that inspired many of the rhymes in the first place.

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Angela Wilkes is an award-winning writer and editor renowned for lively, engaging books children read over and over again. She excels in presenting information in an original and straightforward way -- a gift that has been recognized by children and parents alike across the world. Her long list of titles spans a diverse range of topics including "My First Nature Book;" "Simple Science;" "The Big Book of Dinosaurs;" "My World, Your World;" and "The Best Book of Ballet,

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