There was an old lady who swallowed a fly (classic books with holes) (classic books with holes board book)
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Magical die-cutting draws the reader from page to page of colorful artwork. Soon, the story will be read, or more probably, sung by heart. To celebrate the quarter-centenary of this famous series, Pam Adams has created a vibrant new title, Sing a Song of Sixpence.
Karen Leggett – Children’s Literature
Teachers often bemoan the loss of interest in nursery rhymes because they have traditionally been one of the earliest listening and learning experiences for children. They prepare youngsters for the notions of pattern and rhyme. They are often repetitive, which is both comforting and instructive. They are usually silly, adding an element of humor that makes reading fun. Now some of the favorite nursery rhymes and songs have become small board books with holes, each with a different illustrator. In this case, a small hole shows through the lady’s stomach to the fly. On each page, the hole is bigger as the lady swallows bigger and bigger bugs all with a sweet and unchanging smile on her face! On the left side of the page, the rhyme is written around each amoeba-shaped hole and right in the center is the word “why?” The colorful illustrations make this song even sillier and more absurd than with words alone. Part of the “Board Books with Holes” series. 2001, Child’s Play, Ages 3 mo. to 3.
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