A lively group of animal friends gather for hijinks in this compilation of three classic picture books.
Brimming with simple but charming rhymes, pen-and-ink drawings, and luminous watercolor illustrations, the tales will captivate young readers and listeners, especially 4- to 8-year-olds.
In Johnny Crow's Garden,
the pig dances a jig, the elephant says something quite irrelevant, and the goose ― well, the goose is
a goose. In Johnny Crow's Party,
the bear sings a sentimental air, the sheep goes to sleep, and the armadillo uses him for a pillow. And in Johnny Crow's New Garden,
the chimpanzee makes the tea, the puffins hand out the muffins, and all the animals dance and sing at a memorable garden party.
Reprint of the Frederick Warne and Company 1903, 1907, and 1935 editions.
|Author/Editor||L. Leslie Brooke|
|Grade level||Kindergarten - 3 (ages 4 - 8)|
|Dimensions||6.14 x 9.21|