Farmer's Garden Rhymes for Two Voices by David L Harrison
  

Synopsis

Farmer's Garden Rhymes for Two Voices by David L Harrison

Farmer's dog is a curious dog. He wanders through Farmer's garden greeting each creature, fruit, and vegetable he meets with a question: Butterfly, where have you been? Strawberry, how do you like the garden? Corn, how do you grow? The result is a lyrical conversation in rhyme for two voices.

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A GOOD WAY TO INTRODUCE CHILDREN TO POETRY OR TO CLASSROOM THEATER PRESENTATIONS.

About the Author

David L. Harrison is the author of more than sixty books, including Dylan the Eagle-Hearted Chicken and the Christopher Award-winning Book of Giant Stories. He lives in Springfield, Missouri. Arden Johnson-Petrov has illustrated many books, including Cabbage Moon by Jan Wahl and Bow-Wow Birthday by Lee Wardlaw. She lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback / softback

Author

David L Harrison
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Publisher

Boyds Mills Press

Publication date

1st August 2003

ISBN

9781590781777


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