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Old MacDonald —Schwartz, Amy.

The inhabitants of Old MacDonald's farm are described, verse by verse, including his tractor and his neighbors. Music is given on last page.

Sleepy-o! —Ziefert, Harriet.

In this version of the popular folksong, a baby won't go to sleep and its family jokes about all the funny ways they could get it to sleep. Printed music included.

Old MacDonald had a farm

The inhabitants of Old MacDonald's farm are described, verse by verse. Includes music on last page.

Jo MacDonald had a garden —Quattlebaum, Mary.

In this version of the classic song "Old MacDonald Had a Farm," the farmer's granddaughter plants a garden which provides a place for birds, insects, and other wild creatures to shelter and nest. Backmatter presents fact...

The Old Chisholm Trail : a cowboy song —Schanzer, Rosalyn.

An illustrated version of the legendary song whose many verses were made up by cowboys while herding cattle on the Chisholm Trail.

Jo MacDonald saw a pond —Quattlebaum, Mary.

In this version of the classic song "Old MacDonald Had a Farm," the farmer's granddaughter discovers the creatures living at a pond. End notes present facts, outdoor activities, and games related to this lively ecosystem...

Frog went a-courtin' —Langstaff, John M.

"Frog Went-A-Courtin'" ia an adaptation of a child's song by the same name. As the pupils look at the book and listen to the narration on the cassette tape, they learn skills in auditory perception, auditory discriminati...

Do your ears hang low?

Two long-earred dogs celebrate their love to the words of a familiar children's song.

Froggie went a courting —Priceman, Marjorie.

An updated version of the familiar folk song about the courtship and wedding of Frog and Ms. Mouse, set in New York City.

Fiddle-i-fee : a farmyard song for the very young —Sweet, Melissa, 1956-

In this cumulative nursery rhyme and folk song, a parade forms when several farm animals join a boy and his apple wagon.

She'll be comin' round the mountain —Bullock, Kathleen, 1946-

A family welcomes a young visitor in this illustrated version of the familiar American folk song.

Jo MacDonald had a garden —Quattlebaum, Mary.

In this version of the classic song "Old MacDonald Had a Farm," the farmer's granddaughter plants a garden which provides a place for birds, insects, and other wild creatures to shelter and nest.

Day is done —Yarrow, Peter, 1938-

As night falls, animal and human parents everywhere tenderly tuck their children into bed. In the darkness, each child--raccoon, doe, rabbit, field mouse, and a little boy--wonders: "Will I be safe? Will you be there for...

Day is done —Yarrow, Peter, 1938-
Book On CD
2009
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As night falls, animal and human parents everywhere tenderly tuck their children into bed. In the darkness, each child--raccoon, doe, rabbit, field mouse, and a little boy--wonders: "Will I be safe? Will you be there for...

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