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This Is The Way
Anne Dalton
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This Is The Way

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Rhythmic text in the tradition of the familiar nursery rhyme follows children through a busy day.
Hardcover, 31 pages
Published September 1st 1992 by Scholastic
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This book is fun and very catchy. On the very first page, I always catch myself singing the words. It is a perfect book for beginners and especially fun when read in autumn and winter when the leaves have begun to fall. =)
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I love how you can sing in this book. It's good for early reading. The pictures are nice too.
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