The house that Jack built

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Dial Books for Young Readers, Jun 1, 1992 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Talented illustrator Jenny Stow gives this familiar nursery rhyme a new twist: a splendid Caribbean setting. The lush vegetation, bright colors, blazing skies, and gentle rhymes of her beautiful artwork breathe fresh life into a popular tale that has delighted young listeners for centuries. 32 full-color illustrations.

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The house that Jack Built by Jenny Stow takes place in a beautiful Caribbean setting that talks about how everything connects with each other example starts off This is the cat that killed the rat ... Read full review

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The traditional cumulative chant is set in the Caribbean by a new illustrator who's lived in Antigua. Creating collages from paper textured in warmly glowing island colors, Stow depicts a tidy little ... Read full review

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