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Geese Find the Missing Piece: School Time Riddle Rhymes

by Marco and Giulio Maestro

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"Geese Find the Missing Piece" is a collection of rhymes. Each page starts with a question and on the next page you find the answer which is always a rhyme. I think this book is good for teaching children the concept of rhyming. What I liked most about the book are the colorful illustrations. ( )
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Where do polar bears learn their ABCs? At a cool school. Beginner readers will love guessing the rhyming answers to the twenty-two riddles in this joyful collection.

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Rhyming riddles answer questions about a variety of animals at school.

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