The House that Jack Built

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Barefoot Books, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 24 pages
2 Reviews
This classic children's rhyme gathers pace and complexity as it tumbles across the pages. Children will delight in repeating the rhymes and following the antics of animals and characters of every shape and size.
 

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User Review  - kostonkarr - LibraryThing

The constant repetition in this traditional rhyme is particularly appealing to young children. There are a lot of details in the pictures that children will have fun identifying. This rhyme is one ... Read full review

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User Review  - princessofthesea - LibraryThing

Subject Area: Language Arts Genre: Folk Tale/Poetry Critique/Summary: This book is in the folk tale category because the author involves the plausible (Jack building a house) and the implausible ... Read full review

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Mayo studied illustration at Kingston University, England.

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