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Richard Scarry's Best Mother Goose Ever (giant Little Golden Book)

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Richard Scarrys Best Mother Goose Ever

Golden Books


Author: Richard Scarry
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The author is Richard Scarry and the publisher is Golden Books. It was available on bookshelves sometime in September of 1999. The children's book is all about Nursery rhymes. The child's book has 96 pages. While reading is something which everybody can engage in, you will discover most definitely different ways for which you will make the thrill more advantageous. Consider the following tips and you will enjoy reading even more. To find the best bargain on this child's book or other books, click on our partners via the add to shopping cart button on this site.

Fifty favorite and not so well-known nursery rhymes are brought to vibrant life by Richard Scarry whose bears, pigs, cats, and rabbits perfectly illustrate these familiar verses.     Mother Goose is actually a perfect foundation for any child's library, and Richard Scarry may be the ideal illustrator to make these first poems accessible and fun. From Old Mother Hubbard to Jack Sprat, this oversize book depicts these most classic characters in bright, funny, colorful detail.

Richard Scarry's vibrant and humorous animal characters have been charming young children for decades. (Ages 1 to 4) You won't hear"I can't see the pictures!) Richard Scarry's Best Mother Goose Ever has stood the test of time for much more than 25 years and is still a hit with young readers. This collection of 50 Mother Goose rhymes is specifically appropriate for toddlers; most with the two-page spreads include only 1 illustrated rhyme."with this book; its large size tends to make it a great choice for group story hour. (Many children younger than 3 can concentrate better on one simple verse than on a lot of rhymes on each page. Always inventive inside the world of animal fashion, Scarry shows the cow jumping over the moon in pearls at the same time as a pink dress, as nicely as the tiny dog who"laughed to view such sport"sports a sailor suit.



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