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Playtime Rhymes

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All our favourite rhymes. 3 yrs+
Published (first published October 23rd 1995)
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This book has a fantastic collection of familiar nursery rhymes, songs, and games that can be enjoyed hundreds of times. The illustrations are unusual and beautiful. When I have read rhymes from this book to children they have enjoyed looking at the illustrations and joining in with the rhymes they know.
Angela Randall
We own three copies of this as we kept trying to actually get sent a copy with the CD in it. We finally have it. The book is gorgeous and has some great nursery rhymes in it.
Nov 28, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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The kids love it and I haven't grown tired of it even after hearing at least 500 times lol.
Mrs Mars Skae
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