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Strawberry Hill —Hoberman, Mary Ann.

Ten-year-old Allie's family moves from urban New Haven to rural Stamford, Connecticut, in the midst of the Great Depression.

A house is a house for me —Hoberman, Mary Ann.

Lists in rhyme the dwellings of various animals and things.

A fine fat pig, and other animal poems —Hoberman, Mary Ann, author.

Fourteen animal poems include such titles as "Yoo Hoo, Mrs. Kangaroo" and "One Half of the Giraffe."

The looking book —Hoberman, Mary Ann.

Relates in verse Ned's search for his lost cat through the pages of this book--from one to twenty-eight.

Miss Mary Mack —Hoberman, Mary Ann.

An expanded adaptation of the familiar hand-clapping rhyme about a young girl and an elephant.

The seven silly eaters

Seven siblings with fussy eating habits come together to make a surprise for their mother.

And to think that we thought that we'd never be friends —Hoberman, Mary Ann.

A brother and sister learn that friendship is better than fighting and they soon spread their message all over the world.

Very short tall tales to read together —Hoberman, Mary Ann, author.

This book uses traditional reading teaching techniques (alliteration, rhyme, and repetition) to invite young children to read along with peers or an adult. With clear, color-coded typography, and sly, lively illustration...

Fathers, mothers, sisters, brothers : a collection of family poems —Hoberman, Mary Ann.

Humorous and serious poems celebrate every kind of family member, including aunts and uncles, step-brothers and sisters, cousins, and even cats!

Whose garden is it?

A magical rhyming story that explains the cycle of life in the garden and the similarities of all living things in terms young children will appreciate and understand. Narrated by the author Mary Ann Hoberman.

Coming to age : growing older with poetry

"At eighty-two, the novelist Penelope Lively wrote: "Our experience is one unknown to most of humanity, over time. We are the pioneers." Coming to Age is a collection of dispatches from the great poet-pioneers who have b...

A house is a house for me —Hoberman, Mary Ann.

Lists in rhyme the dwellings of various animals and things.

The raucous auk : a menagerie of poems —Hoberman, Mary Ann.

Brief poems speculating on the habits and behavior of familiar and exotic animals.

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