Mary Had a Little Lamb

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Scholastic, 1990 - American poetry - 32 pages
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A contemporary interpretation of the well-known nineteenth-century nursery rhyme about the school-going lamb, accompanied by color photographs, a sample exercise from McGuffey's reader, and a note on the history of the author and her famous rhyme.

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User Review  - Kaberasturi - LibraryThing

This book uses the classic nursery rhyme of "Mary Had a Little Lamb" as a starting point for the book about the relationship between people and their pets and animals in general. The lamb tries to ... Read full review

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Mary Had a Little Lamb is about a girl who had a lamb that followed her everywhere. One day the lamb followed her to school. Mary's teacher wasn't very happy about the lamb being in the classroom, so ... Read full review

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About the author (1990)

Bruce McMillan has written and illustrated more children s books set in Iceland than any other United States author. Going Fishing is his sixth to be set there, and his forty-third overall. He often summers in Iceland, though he lives in Shapleigh, Maine. Bruce holds a B.S. in biology from the University of Maine and has received numerous awards and honors for his children s books.

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