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Singily Skipping Along

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Shortlisted for the 2014 Lillian Shepherd Memorial Award for Excellence in Illustration!

A body-movement multisensory inventive language poem intended for young children, "Singily Skipping Along" is playful and imaginative, asking the reader to pretend to be a tree, a whale, a spider, a cloud, and to find the many delightful ways they can move their bodies.

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Hardcover, 32 pages
Published March 15th 2014 by Nimbus Publishing (CN)
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From the Writer's Federation of Nova Scotia:

"Sheree Fitch is an educator, literacy activist and author of award winning poetry, picture books, nonfiction, plays and novels for all ages. Her first book, Toes in My Nose, illustrated by Molly Lamb Bobak, was launched in 1987. The books that followed have garnered numerous awards, including The Mr. Christie Award for There Were Monkeys in My Kitchen,