Children's Treasury of Songs
Baa Baa Black Sheep, have you any . . . songs? Children love to sing and be sung to, and these perennial tunes are always top the kids' hit parade. Little ones will love the repertory that includes "I've Been Working on the Railroad," "Pop! Goes the Weasel," and "Row, Row, Row Your Boat." And some, like "Itsy Bitsy Spider," "Pat-a-Cake," and "If You're Happy and You Know It" are more than just fun: they develop physical dexterity and teach parts of the body, too. All the songs are great for entertaining restless youngsters on car trips, during play dates, or on a rainy day.
What a charming collection of those rhymes and stories we all know so well, and many we may not. Each book has colorful, whimsical illustrations that go with the text giving them wide appeal. I think they have a bit of a nostalgic look. If you are looking for read-alouds, those kind of books with "ear" appeal, then you have found them! The sing-song rhythms roll off your tongue. A set of these would make a lovely gift to anyone with small children.
Prayers and Lullabies have Christian content, but the others do not.
Each book is 9x9" with a different colored polka-dotted spine. 28pp, sc ~Sara