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MOTHER GOOSE'S TEDDY BEARS - 21 Classic Rhymes for Children - cover

MOTHER GOOSE'S TEDDY BEARS - 21 Classic Rhymes for Children

Frederick L. Cavally

Publisher: Abela Publishing

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Summary

This little book contains Mother Goose styled rhymes modified to include teddy bears, with full page color beautiful illustrations and elegantly illustrated rhymes all designed to grab your child’s imagination and draw them into the stories.
The rhymes in this volume are: What are Little Teddies Made of Ding dong bell, pussy’s in the well Little Ted Horner, sat in the corner As I went to Bonner, I met a bear Old Mother Hubbard Dame Bear made a curtsey Rain, rain go away Solomon Grundy Ted and Jill went up the hill To make your candles last for aye Little Teddy Tittlemouse Multiplication is a vexation Teddy Trot man of law Wash me and comb me Tell-tale tit Nose, nose jolly red nose Three Wise Bears of Gotham Teddy be nimble, Teddy be quick See-saw, Margery Daw Little Ted Snooks was Fond of his books Cock crows in the morn The rose is red
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KEYWORDS/TAGS: Mother Goose’s Teddy Bears, rhymes, bears for children, beautiful illustrations, imagination, grab, stories, riddles, What are Little Teddies Made of, Ding dong bell, pussy, in the well, Little Ted Horner, sat in the corner, plum, pudding, Christmas time, bonner, meet, Old Mother Hubbard, cupboard, bare, Dame Bear, curtsey, bow, Rain rain go away, Solomon Grundy, Ted and Jill, up the hill, make your candles last, for aye, Little Teddy, Tittlemouse, Multiplication, vexation, Teddy Trot, man of law, Wash me, comb me, Tell tale tit, Nose nose, jolly red nose, Three Wise Bears, Gotham, boat, to sea, nimble, quick, candlestick, See saw, Margery Daw, Little Ted Snooks, Fond of books, Cock crows in the morn, early to bed, early to rise, healthy, wealthy, wise, rose is red, violets are blue

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