3925 Results
3925 Results
Rise and shine —Raffi, author.

An illustrated song celebrating the morning, the time to rise and shine and join the world.

The witch casts a spell —Williams, Suzanne, 1949-

Sung to the tune of "The Farmer in the Dell," verses describe the activities on Halloween night.

If you're groovy and you know it, hug a friend! —Litwin, Eric, author.

Set to the rhythm of the classic children's song, Groovy Joe invites the reader to laugh, sing, explore, and best of all, hug a friend.

A hole in the bottom of the sea —Law, Jessica, author.

This version of the classic song explains how the sun feeds the shark living in the dark at the bottom of the sea.

Are you quite polite? : silly dilly manners songs —Katz, Alan.

Presents humorous lyrics to such familiar children's songs as "Pop Goes the Weasel," "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star," and "Hey Diddle Diddle."

The library book —Chapin, Tom, 1945- author.

Using the lyrics to Tom Chapin and Michael Mark's "The Library Song," this picture book celebrates the magic of reading and of libraries.

The bear went over the mountain —Trapani, Iza.

In this expanded version of the traditional song, a bear goes exploring near his home in the mountains, using all five senses throughout the four seasons.

The spooky wheels on the bus —Mills, J. Elizabeth, author.

A new version of the classic children's song with scary verses about Halloween.

The dinky donkey —Smith, Craig, 1972- author, composer.

Originally written as a children's song, Wonky Donkey has a daughter, cute and small, and prone to mischief.

Everything grows —Raffi, author.

An illustrated presentation of Raffi's song which shows that animals, plants, children, and even parents grow and grow. Includes sheet music.

On top of the potty and other get-up-and-go songs —Katz, Alan.

Well-known songs with new lyrics encourage toddlers to trade in their diapers for the potty chair, including "If You Gotta Go Do Poopy," sung to the tune of "If You're Happy and You Know It."

Monster boogie —Berkner, Laurie, author.

Presents a simple song about monsters and how they like to dance.

The teddy bears' picnic —Kennedy, Jimmy.

Presents the text of the familiar song about the festivities at the Teddy bears' picnic.

The croaky pokey! —Long, Ethan, author.

Frogs sing and do their own version of the Hokey Pokey.

If you're happy and you know it! —Cabrera, Jane, author, illustrator.

"Stamp your feet with elephant, clap your hands with monkey, and roar out loud with lion! If you're happy and you know it, then read along and show it!"--Jacket flap.

Monster mash —Catrow, David.

In this illustrated version of the classic novelty song, a mad scientist's monster performs a new dance which becomes "the hit of the land" when the scientist throws a party for other monsters.

Sweet child o' mine —Guns n' Roses (Musical group), author.

Celebrates the love between a parent and child through an illustrated retelling of song lyrics from Guns n' Roses.

We are the dinosaurs —Berkner, Laurie, author.

Dinosaurs eat, rest, roar, and march, making the earth flat.

The fox went out on a chilly night —Spier, Peter, 1927-2017 illustrator.

A traditional folk song which tells of the exciting chase that ensues when Mr. Fox raids the farm in order to feed his family.

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