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Builder Goose : it's construction rhyme time! —Ashburn, Boni.

Nursery rhymes are refashioned to feature construction projects.

The class —Ashburn, Boni, author.

"Twenty young students, some eager, some nervous, some grumpy, prepare for their very first day of kindergarten"-- Provided by publisher.

I had a favorite dress —Ashburn, Boni.

A young girl loves her favorite dress, but when it gets worn, goes out of fashion, or she grows too big to fit, her mother fixes up her old favorite into something new.

Over at the castle —Ashburn, Boni.

In this variation on the folk song "Over the Meadow," the occupants of a medieval castle spend their day spinning, cleaning, cooking, and dancing, until they receive a special surprise from their dragon neighbors.

A twin is to hug —Ashburn, Boni, author.

Illustrations and simple, rhyming text explore the joys and challenges of having a twin.

The fort that Jack built —Ashburn, Boni, author, illustrator.

"In this take-off of the nursery rhyme "The House That Jack Built," Jack builds an amazing fort in the middle of the living room. Unfortunately the rest of his family intrudes when they request their supplies back"-- Pro...

Hush, little dragon —Ashburn, Boni.

In this variation on an old lullaby, a mother dragon promises her fussy baby a variety of tasty treats, from a princess and some knights, to a magician and three musketeers.

I had a favorite hat —Ashburn, Boni, author.

At the end of summer, a girl's mother wants to put away her favorite beach hat but the girl asks to keep it out, then decorates it for each holiday and season from autumn through spring.

I had a favorite dress

As the year passes, the narrator's favorite dress goes through a series of creative changes, from dress to shirt to tank top to scarf and so on, until all that's left of it is a good memory.

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