Penguin, 1993 - Juvenile Fiction - 31 pages
Here are fourteen wonderfully entertaining hand games, perfect for parents and children to play together. Little hands can wiggle, stretch, pound, point, and dance as they animate rhymes like "Two Little Monkeys, " "Quack! Quack! Quack!" and "The Caterpillar." And children will enjoy a group of delightful poems at the same time.
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Marc Brown takes his reader on an adventure of hand movements that go along with wonderful rhymes! It's fun for any reader, any age! Very interactive & fun. Read full review
Get ready to use your fingers in this fun rhyming book. The poems is this book includes topics on animals holidays weather. The poems are very animated and will entertain the littlest of hands.
The repetitive number structure of the book creates great way to incorporate number learning and along with hand movements. Great time to experiences light playful poems making reading fun.