This entertaining activity book, designed to introduce youngsters to the concept of rhyming words, focuses on the improbable activities of familiar animals. Children will find a dog throwing a ball against a wall, a puffin buttering her muffin, bees in the trees, and other fun subjects. The ch... read more
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This entertaining activity book, designed to introduce youngsters to the concept of rhyming words, focuses on the improbable activities of familiar animals. Children will find a dog throwing a ball against a wall, a puffin buttering her muffin, bees in the trees, and other fun subjects. The charming, ready-to-color illustrations will appeal to children, parents, and teachers alike.
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