Description - The Moon in the Man by Elizabeth Honey
Tired of 'Baa baa black sheep' and 'Humpty Dumpty'? Try this - a riot of rhyme and rhythm, colour and movement, word play and irresistible nonsense to share with young kids; a funny, warm-hearted picture book of verse and pictures that will delight small children and tune them in to language. Here are fresh, new action rhymes to get children jumping and bumping, tapping and clapping, rhyming and chanting.My ComputerHere's my new computerWhat a big bright screenFunniest screen saver I've ever seen!Here is the mouse padHere is the mouseThis little mousie doesn't have a houseHouse keys, mouse keysWhere are the ABCs?Four fine rows right under my nose!Tippety tap, tippety tap, tippety tapClap clap!Tippety tap, tippety tap, tippety tapClap clap!My computer's smashing!Whoops - it crashed! ap, tippety tap, tippety tapClap clap!Tippety tap, tippety tap, tippety tapClap clap!My computer's smashing!Whoops - it crashed!
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(255mm x 235mm x mm)
Allen & Unwin Children's Books
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Author Biography - Elizabeth Honey
Elizabeth Honey is a prize-winning author/illustrator of novels, poetry and picture books. Her stories are funny and action-packed, her characters are engaging and full of life, and her style is unique.Not a Nibble!, her last picture book, was the Children's Book Council Picture Book of the Year in 1997.