Small Folk Rhymes Part 2 – Fun and Activities

Small Folk Rhymes Pt.2

This is the latest book in my ‘Small Folk Tales’ series –

has received a 5 * review  by Mamta Madhavan for Readers’ Favorite

Amongst Mamta’s kind words  are these –

‘… a delightful and cheerful book for our small friends.

‘This book is a nice way to introduce children to reading. Parents can use it for bed time reading and also during interactive sessions with kids. Animals, colors, vegetables etc. are all discussed.’

‘Children are shown how to be creative and thoughtful in this book in numerous ways, stimulating their minds and brains.’

click  – here to read the complete review.

Here is a collection of rhymes, riddles, counting and colour identification games and activities to delight the heart and tickle the funny bone of the small person being read to – and likewise for the ‘out loud’ reader – as they see the pictures that accompany the fun.

The names of the chapters follow Part 1,

with the same loveable characters now expanded into fun activities.

Once again you can find –

  Guppy Puppies,

A Carrot Tale,  and

Echidnas are not Kidding

much  humor and entertainment awaits you.  

SMALL FOLK RHYMES – Part Two

Book 7 of my ‘Small Folk Tales’ series

is available for just $2.99 from Amazon

Just click on the picture or the title above to  have a peek inside my book?

– and maybe feel the need to buy a copy and leave me a review?

All the kids and I would be SO thrilled and grateful to hear your opinion.

WAIT A MOMENT!

Did I hear you say you want an excerpt? Hmm-mm…   OK –

Elephants

here’s an old rhyme for you to skip to, or clap your hands to –

I asked my mother for fifty cents
To see the elephant jump the fence
He jumped so high
He reached the sky
and didn’t come back ’til the 4th of July.

 Here’s some old, old elephant riddles –

Q:         How do you know an elephant has been in your refrigerator?

A:         By the footprints in the butter.

Q:         How do you know an elephant is standing behind you in an elevator?

A:         By the smell of peanuts on his breath.

Are we smiling yet?

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