Peanut Butter and Jelly: A Play Rhyme

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Puffin Books, Jan 1, 1992 - Games - 32 pages
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A favorite play rhyme takes on super-duper proportions as two children create a table-sized sandwich from scratch. "The joyfully sketched pandemonium will enliven story hours and preschool introductions with a perennially pleasing chant".--Booklist. Full color.

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The artwork is also fairly creative. - Goodreads
The pictures are silly and add humor. - Goodreads
Not so much, some fun illustrations - Goodreads

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This book is about making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich from scratch. The book starts off with two children sitting at the table one boy one girl. The girl has an apple on her plate and does not ... Read full review

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This is just a really fun book to read to your kids. The book is a fun twist on the story about the Little old lady who swallowed a fly.

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Nadine Bernard Westcott has illustrated numerous books for children, including How to Grow a Picket Fence by Mary Louise Cuneo and two popular children's songs: There's a Hole in the Bucket and Over the River and Through the Wood. She has also illustrated another book in the Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science series: I Can Tell by Touching by Carolyn Otto. Ms Westcott lives on Nantucket Island in Massachusetts.

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