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The Clock Struck One: A Time-telling Tale (Math Is Fun!) (2009)

by Trudy Harris

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To Christian Jones, Blake Worthington, and Thomas Liljenquist. Have a great time! Also, special thanks to my friend, Debbie Edgett. --TH

To Mrs. Rolfson, my 3rd grade teacher, thank you for encouraging me to keep drawing and creating. --CH
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Hickory dickory dock, a mouse ran up the clock.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0822590670, Library Binding)

When the clock strikes one, a fun-loving mouse runs up the clock. But what happens when the clock strikes two? A cat gets hungry for mouse-tail stew . . . and the chase is on! Hour by hour, more animals - and even a few people - join in. The crowd charges into the barnyard, dashes through the kitchen, and eventually heads right into the middle of town.

Keep your eye on the many clocks in this book and follow along until this twelve-hour race comes to a surprising end!

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:39:56 -0400)

Rhyming text expands on the nursery rhyme, "Hickory Dickory Dock," as a cat chases the mouse up the clock, followed by other animals, until midnight arrives and the tired creatures fall asleep. Includes facts about clocks and basic information about telling time.… (more)

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