The Neat Line: Scribbling Through Mother Goose
As a baby, a young scribble begins to draw. As a grown-up Neat Line, it discovers a special talent.
Wriggling into a book of nursery rhymes, the Neat Line knows just how to help the troubled characters it meets, including a sleepy Little Boy Blue who needs his horn to summon the sheep and cows. And before the day is done, there's an ever-cranky Miss Muffet's menacing spider to scare off.
Pamela Duncan Edwards and Diana Cain Bluthenthal pair up for a clever visual journey through the classic rhymes of childhood.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - novalibrarymom - LibraryThing
This book? Is so neat! (Yes, pun intended). A scribble starts out as a baby, but practices and practices, and soon grows up to be a neat line (the illustration for this transition is fabulous). He is ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - jrg019 - LibraryThing
A line grows up to be neat, and helps the characters in the Mother Goose nursery rhymes by drawing himself into different objects that we would be helpful. Read full review