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People from Mother Goose: A Question Book

by Lee Bennett Hopkins

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This book shows some poems such as little bo peep and peter piper in interesting ways. It will first ask a question about the short poem then you flip Ogden the page and it gives the poem.
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It was interesting to realize how little i remembered of some of these poems and even fun to read ones i had never read.
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1. You can have the students pretend that they are the characters in the poems and have them write about what they would do.
  jasmine.Hamilton | Apr 23, 2017 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0152005587, Hardcover)

Classic Mother Goose rhymes become a guessing game in this innovative lift-the-flap book. “Ideal for parent-child sharing or busy independent browsers.”--Booklist

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A selection of Mother Goose rhymes, featuring such characters as Jack and Jill and Georgy Porgy, answers such questions as "Where did Jack and Jill go?" and "What did Georgy Porgy do?"

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