Old Macdonald Had a Farm (Classic Books with Holes)
by Pam Adams
Magical die-cutting draws the reader from page to page of colorful artwork. Soon, the story will be read, or more probably, sung by heart. To celebrate the quarter-centenary of this famous series, Pam Adams has created a vibrant new title, Sing a Song of Sixpence.
Board book, 18 pages
Published October 31st 2000 by Child's Play (International) Ltd
(first published 1975)
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A favorite to many children because of the catchy and well known tune, this book version of the song allows for children to develop more concrete images of the written text. These descriptive and colorful illustrations grab the readers attention and provide many different things for the reader to look at. Especially by the end of the book when all the animals are presented on the page. It allows for the children to practice their animal names as well as the sounds that each animal makes. This wo...more