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Early Childhood -- Calmar Campus
Early Childhood Education -- NICC -- Calmar Campus
Baa Baa Black Sheep, have you any...songs? Children love to sing and be sung to, and these perennial tunes are always tops on the kids' hit parade. Little ones will love the repertory that includes "I've Been Working on the Railroad," "Pop Goes the Weasel," and "Row, Row, Row your Boat." And some--like "Itsy Bitsy Spider," "Pat-a-Cake," and "If You're Happy and You Know It" are more than just fun: they develop physical dexterity and teach parts of the body. All the songs are great for entertaining restless youngsters on car trips, during play dates, or on a rainy day.
A beautifully nostalgic picture book about one grandfather's younger days that shows you're only as old as you feel! "In this affectionate story, three children follow their grandfather up to the attic, where he pulls out his old bowler hat, gold-tipped cane, and his tap shoes. Grandpa once danced on the vaudeville stage, and as he glides across the floor, the children can see what it was like to be a song and dance man. Gammell captures all the story's inherent joie de vivre with color pencil renderings that leap off the pages. Bespectacled, enthusiastic Grandpa clearly exudes the message that you're only as old as you feel, but the children respond--as will readers--to the nostalgia of the moment. Utterly original."--(starred) Booklist.