Humpty Dumpty Climbs Again
G.P. Putnam's Sons, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 30 pages
Humpty Dumpty used to love climbing, but after his big fall his confidence is shattered. The doctor can fix his shell, but how will he get his nerve back? When one of the King?s horses gets stuck on a cliff, Humpty has a chance to show the world what a resilient egg he can be.
Dave Horowitz creates a wholly original tale and cleverly mixes in lots of beloved nursery rhyme characters in a story that celebrates his love of climbing.
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Review: Humpty Dumpty Climbs AgainUser Review - Aimee - Goodreads
This book is REALLY funny. It's a good book to read to kids to show them to get up and try again when things go wrong. There are a lot of references to other nursery rhyme characters, and the ... Read full review
Review: Humpty Dumpty Climbs AgainUser Review - Rachel Coyne - Goodreads
We've come back to this one again - funny and smart. The illustrations of the egg in his tighty-whities make the book. Read full review