Young Frederic Pipkin tries very hard to follow in his musical family’s footsteps, but every new instrument he plays sounds worse than the one before. Includes songs.
This book has songs with an English translation. It also includes original languages.
It is originally published in Australia.
On this fun and friendly tour, everybody says “Bonjour!” A little girl and her family are welcomed everywhere with the signature French greeting. Jump into these pages and enjoy the trip to Paris
For hundreds of years, children have delighted in reciting the classic nursery rhyme of Humpty Dumpty’s fall. Over the centuries there have been many different interpretations, but some speculate that it was originally a riddle: “What could fall and break, but could not ever be repaired?” An egg is certainly one possible answer.
A collection of songs from various tribal peoples including the Indians of the Americas, the Aborigines of Australasia, and many of the peoples of Asia and Africa.
This lovely compendium includes lullabies, finger games, lap games, sayings, nursery rhymes, jump-rope songs, proverbs, riddles, tall tales, a ballad, birthday songs, and Christmas carols. The format is spacious, with lots of room for both the Spanish and English text and clear, charming watercolor cartoon illustrations that vary from spreads to small insets.
A collection of more than twenty poems about young Annie Rose and the daily activities of a child.
An illustrated version of Raffi’s song about children all over the world, who are much like one another despite living in different countries.