The Oxford Treasury of Nursery Rhymes by Karen King, Sarah Williams
  

The Oxford Treasury of Nursery Rhymes

Written by Karen King, Sarah Williams
Illustrated by Ian Beck

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For toddlers who love nursery rhymes, for their parents who may have forgotten the words, and for everyone who enjoys singing, clapping, tickling, and laughing, this comprehensive anthology of charmingly-illustrated rhymes is a must-have addition to any child's bookshelf!

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The Oxford Treasury of Nursery Rhymes by Karen King, Sarah Williams

Meet Jack and Jill, Humpty Dumpty, the man in the moon, and many, many more in this sparkling treasury of over a hundred nursery favourites to share. From bouncy, boisterous songs to lyrical lullabies, there's a rhyme for every mood and moment. The words to each rhyme are accompanied by beautiful illustrations and there are action suggestions to keep little ones moving while they join in!

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'irresistible illustrations, clear instructions for hand activities and an extensive range of traditional and new rhymes' * Carousel * 'One 'must-have'

' * Elaine Chant, Carousel * 'What a treat!' * Nicola Harvey, Bath and Wiltshire Parent *'

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
128 pages

Author

Karen King, Sarah Williams
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

4th September 2014

ISBN

9780192738660

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