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World Famous Nursery Rhymes Volume 3

world famous nursery rhymes volume 3A compilation of beautifully illustrated traditional and classic english nursery rhymes, the third book in the world famous nursery rhymes in the series.

Compiled by David Whitney

 

 

 

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I Can Dress Myself – Wordless Book - I Can Dress Myself is an amusing short wordless book about a child getting herself dressed while Mum is sleeping. This story was brought to us by BookDash, if you enjoyed this story, see more stories from BookDash below.  Spread the love
Chiu’s Powers - Chiu sees exciting things that others cannot – flying rockets and fish swimming on the blackboard. Ajji takes Chiu to the eye doctor to find out about her magical powers. Sample Text from Chiu’s Powers Chiu is late for school. But she cannot find her red bottle. Is that her bottle? Or is it a ...
The Three Little Kittens - A chase with a dog ends up in a humorous adventure. The three little kittens are running from a dog, so fast they don’t stop for anything, until they are trapped, will the dog catch them? Or will there be a happy ending? Sample Text from Three Little Kittens One day three little kittens meet ...
The Bee and the Elephant - A little bee has lost his home and asks an elephant to help him find it. Sample Text from The Bee and the Elephant “I am lost,” said Little Bee. “I cannot find my home!” “Can you please help me, Mr. Elephant?” “Is this nest your home, Little Bee?” the elephant asked. “Oh no!” cried ...
Egg – A simple mystery - In Egg Crocodile, tortoise, penguin, and chicken find an egg, is it theirs? If not whose is it? Find out in this simple book for very young children. Text from Egg Egg My Egg? Not My Egg. My Egg? Not My Egg. My Egg? Not My Egg. My Egg? Not My Egg. My egg. Our ...
A Street, or a Zoo? - Three children are playing in the street, where they happen upon several different animals. Is it a street, or a zoo? Find out what they do with the animals they find in this cute story for young children. Sample Text from A Street, or a Zoo? Sonu, Monu and Rina set out to play. They ...
The Monster in my Basement - Dave has a monster in his basement and the monster wants him to come for dinner. Is dinner to be had or is he to be had for dinner? Find out why Dave is going to shake shake shake shake shake a little bit. And see the surprise ending to this melodic tale. The book ...
An Umbrella for Druvi - Druvi needs an umbrella to protect her wings from the rain. Join the dragonfly as she searches for the perfect leaf-umbrella. Sample Text from An Umbrella for Druvi Druvi the dragonfly has just learnt to fly. She flies near the pond with her friends. They tease the frogs and eat mosquitoes for lunch. In the ...
A Special Nest – Inventive solution to a problem - A bird is trying to build her nest for the winter, but every time she finishes she is disturbed. Until one day she finds a very inventive solution to her problem. Sample Text from A Special Nest Inventive solution to a problem Winter is approaching. A bird decides to build a nest. She gathers little ...
Have you seen Sundari? – A finding game - A little girl looks for her frog, Sundari, on each page you can try to find Sundari where he is hiding. A fun finding game for young children. Sample Text from Have You Seen Sundari? – A finding game Have you seen Sundari? Sundari is green and loves to hide. Is Sundari hiding among the ...
 
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