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thats funny children's storyThat’s Funny – A collection of fun rhymes with pictures. Each page makes an exclamatory statement with an observation, often with alliteration. The first page reads, “That’s funny! There’s a big bunny drinking tea with honey.”

By: Gabe Fankhauser

 

 

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that's funnyThat’s funny!
There’s a big bunny
drinking tea with honey.

that's funnyThat’s neat!
Rudy can balance one carrot and one beet
On top of each of her feet.

that's funnyWhew!
Did you see that, too?
A toad just jumped into my shoe!

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  • My sister likes this book not me and I like 29years old

     
  • nishantha writes:
    i like this books thanks for this present

    Vanja writes:
    My son and I enjoyed this fun book! Love it’s rhymes!

    ms.cowzone writes:
    This Book Is Nice For All My students

    mary writes:
    it was cool for a 1 year old my daughter who is 3 hated it thanks anyway Editor: thanks for the feedback, it is in the toddlers category, so an average 3 year old would be a little old for this book. Also every child has different tastes, my eldest is learning to read and loves going through the toddler category again as a read herself confidence builder, and especially loves reading these type of books to her younger brother.

    Kanika G writes:
    cute 🙂

    batfan7 writes:
    This was amusing

     
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