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Children’s Favourite Nursery Rhymes - 99 Classic Songs - cover

Children’s Favourite Nursery Rhymes - 99 Classic Songs

Various Authors

Publisher: Streetlib Book Publishing

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In this enchanting treasury brings together nearly 100 best-loved rhymes. Enjoy playtime together with lively songs and favourite characters, including Incy Wincy Spider and Humpty Dumpty, or snuggle up at bedtime with gentle lullabies, such as One Two Buckle My Shoe, London Bridge is falling down, Polly Put The Kettle On. there is a rhyme for every occasion in this essential collection - making this the perfect gift for every baby boy and girl, to treasure always. Other rhymes contained include Hickory, Dickory, Dock, Little Miss Muffet, Old Macdonald Had a Farm, Row, Row, Row Your Boat, This Little Piggy, Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star, Three Blind Mice, and Mary Had a Little Lamb.
Available since: 12/05/2019.

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