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

by Trudy Harris

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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.
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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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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.

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