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The frogs wore red suspenders : rhymes

Author: Jack Prelutsky; Petra Mathers
Publisher: [New York] : Greenwillow Books, ©2002.
Edition/Format:   Book : Juvenile audience : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Prelutsky presents tongue-twisting (but real) places to visit, such as Tuscaloosa and Winnemucca in these verses, and the result is this spree of 28 exuberantly illustrated poems.
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Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jack Prelutsky; Petra Mathers
ISBN: 0688167195 9780688167196 0688167209 9780688167202 9780060737764 006073776X
OCLC Number: 45714609
Description: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 32 cm.
Contents: Frogs wore red suspenders --
Heart of South Dakota --
Carpenter, carpenter --
Winnie Appleton --
Winter meadow --
Peanut Peg and Peanut Pete --
Spotter and swatter --
There was a tiny baker --
Indianapolis --
Red horse, white horse, black horse, gray --
I went to the store --
Granny Gooding --
Winnemucca --
Sarah Small --
One old owl --
Barnaby Boone --
I'm a little brown toad --
One day in Seattle --
In the town of Tucumcari --
Baby in a high chair --
Tuscaloosa --
Every morning in fort Myers --
Tommy lost a penny --
In Nimot, North Dakota --
Furry furry squirrel --
Seven snails and seven snakes --
Down in the Grand Canyon --
Ten brown bears.
Responsibility: by Jack Prelutsky ; pictures by Petra Mathers.
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Prelutsky presents tongue-twisting (but real) places to visit, such as Tuscaloosa and Winnemucca in these verses, and the result is this spree of 28 exuberantly illustrated poems.

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A nice addition to any young readers library.

by AnchorageSchools (WorldCat user published 2009-08-25) Good Permalink

     This is a book of rhymes.  Very creative and imaginative. Jake Prelutsky is the undisputed master of hilarous verse for the youngest child. And Petra Mathers has no equal when it comes to bringing anything with fur or feather uproariously to life. Put the two of them...
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