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The Aunts Go Marching by Maurie J. Manning
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The Aunts Go Marching

by Maurie J. Manning

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The Aunts go Marching is an adorable and fun book to read. It starts off with a little girl, and who I assume to be her aunt, marching down the street while it is raining, and the little girl was beating on her drum. As the little girl and her aunt go marching down the street and the little girl beats her drums, more "Aunts" join in on marching like actual ants. This story has a very cute rhyme scheme, that kids will be sure to love and want to go along and know what is coming next. ( )
  K_Rodriguez | Sep 28, 2014 |
Great book for PK to grade 1 to focus on the letter A, counting, homophones and predictions. ( )
  weisser4 | Jun 3, 2014 |
This book goes to the rhyming song "The Ants go Marching". Instead of animal ants, this story uses human aunts. This is a fun book to read when learning rhyming and counting. The illustrations show the details behind the text. ( )
  ambourg7 | Jul 16, 2012 |
I think that this book would appeal to children of many different ages, as it is a twist on a familiar rhyme. It also includes very nicely done illustrations that are really what creates the story behind the rhyme.
  l_rigsby | Apr 6, 2011 |
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Dressed in raincoats and carrying umbrellas, a platoon of aunts march through the rainy city streets led by a little girl with a drum in this cumulative rhyme.

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