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Chinese Mother Goose Rhymes

by Robert Wyndham

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This was an interesting book, personally I did not love it. I was hoping that there was going to be a little more to the book.
  KaylaWatson | Dec 9, 2013 |
Age Appropriateness: Intermediate
Genre: Poetry
Review: This is an excellent poetry book because it is filled with many poems, riddles, and games from the Chinese tradition. ( )
  finnyann126 | Apr 9, 2010 |
This is a good one for the little ones. I really like their version of rhymes for kids - they are much nicer than our own (Peter, Peter pumpkin eater.....) One to own and keep. ( )
  autumnesf | May 20, 2008 |
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"Gee lee, gu lu, turn the cake. Add some oil, the better to bake. Gee lee, gu lu, now it's done. Give a piece to everyone." Children of all lands will welcome this enchanting collection of poems, lullabies, counting rhymes, and songs from the Chinese oral tradition. "These versions retain the mood and graceful tone of the originals...Ed Young's illustrations, inspired by calssic Chinese art, show a master's use of line, color, and pattern." -- The New York Times book Review "Beautifully conceived and designed." -- Booklist "Ed Young's paintings charm the eye and ...make a gentle, almost luminous visual re coming together, and apart, in Los Angeles. Fresh and in-your-face, this witty novel depicts a world where women sometimes have to alter their dreams, but never have to stop embracing the future.

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Summary: A collection of nursery rhymes translated from Chinese, including ones on lady bugs, kites and bumps on the head.

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