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Nursery Rhyme Comics by Chris Duffy
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Jun 14, 12

bookshelves: children-s-literature-2012
Read in June, 2012

Audience: I'd say this book could be read from any student in the range of K-4th grade, depending on their level of understand and comprehension, but ultimately, anyone who has heard of these old nursery rhymes will love this book.

Appeal: This book is very clever, humorous, and makes the old nursery rhymes into funny, charming pictures that are easier to be understood that just hearing them outloud. This book contains classic nursery rhymes, such as Hickory Dickory Dock, Three Blind Mice, and There Was an Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe. Even as an adult reader, the pictures in this book helped me understand some of the riddles that I had never fully understood before!

Will Eisner Award Nominee 2012

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