‘Fun Rhymes and Silly Lines’ is a collection of nonsense verse with fun sounding rhymes which older children can read on their own and parents can enjoy reading to their younger children. Trizzle, Tockle, Tick and Tan / Were very brave, to a man / Out into the deepest forest they did go / Seeking out the Grungible Ikto / This was a beast of legend of old /Many a story of it had been told / It has twenty nine fingers / And thirty six toes / And leaves huge craters /Everywhere it goes / Boys and girls it eats for snacks / Mums and dads get popped in its sack To be munched and crunched /And devoured later / After a starter of egrets and alligator / The Grungible Ikto’s breath / Is as foul as the deepest cesspit /Its hairy arms are slimy and wet /Its teeth are rotten, a complete mess / And when it belches, thunder rolls /Trizzle, Tockle, Tick and Tan / Were out to get this beast / And drive him from their land
Exactly as it says on the cover this is a collection of 200 silly, corny, groan-out-loud riddles of the kind that kids just love. Indulge them, or yourself, and prepare for your ears to be assaulted by silly riddles. What kind of flower has a name that sounds like a person’s name? Daffodil (Daff O’Dil) What kind of worm is good at measuring things? Tapeworm How does an alligator eat cookies? By eating the person who ate the cookie
'Take me to your leader.' the little green alien said I took out my magnifying glass I needed to have a good look But I'm afraid I singed his head 'Ouch!' he said 'You're awfully rude.' Said I 'I'm sorry, little green dude.' He stomped his feet and he waved his arms His cadenza was quite complete He started to smoke, I swear it's no joke And then he exploded with rage All that's left of the little green man Is a dollop of green, slimy sludge The poor little alien dissolved Before I could get to know his charms Best viewed on a colour screen as the book includes Sandra's colourful doodles
‘Knotted Knock Knock Jokes’ is a collection of knock knock jokes for kids of all ages. Knock knock! Who’s there? Berry. Berry who? Berry my hamster for me, will you? He has just died and I’m too upset to do it. Knock knock! Who’s there? Isabel. Isabel who? Isabel still a bell if it rings in space and no one can hear it. Knock knock! Who’s there? Samoa. Samoa who? Samoa please! Please may I have samoa of that delicious chocolate cake? Knock knock! Who’s there? Seychelles. Seychelles who? Seychelles are you not ready yet? Chelles? Michelle, hurry up!
Take your tiny tot on a Rainbow Safari, where the animals look familiar enough but are bright and fun, just the way their imagination likes things. Who says zebras have to be black and white? There’s a paint pot on the loose and it has wreaked havoc with the wild animals out on the bush. With poems for you to read to your child and illustrations for them to enjoy; this ebook is best suited to a colour screen.
Knock knock! Who's there? Simon. Simon who? Simon Aim. Simon Aim. Yeah! Wow, I could have a hit record with that. Knock knock! Who's there? Delaware. Delaware who? Delaware you've been missing him so Del's come to visit you. Knock knock! Who's there? Cod. Cod who? Cod you let me in please? Knock knock! Who's there? Plaice. Plaice who? Place looks pretty run down. Are you not doing any maintenance? Knock knock! Who's there? Seamus. Seamus who? Seamus not friends anymore. We should put the past behind us.
‘Happy Little Monsters’ contains a story, several poems and Sandra Staines’ wacky illustrations to put a smile on the face of your little monsters. These monsters are not too scary and are very friendly into the bargain. Let your child's imagination run wild with 'Happy Little Monsters'.
ABC for You is a different kind of alphabet book. It focuses on the letters themselves, rather than on illustrations of things starting with each letter. It is full of bright, vibrant colours and patterns to make learning their alphabet a joy for tiny tots. Please view a few sample pages to check that the display is acceptable on your device.
I had a dog called Rover. He left home and never came back. I had a dog called Tiger. He kept stalking me. I had a dog called Boss. He kept trying to tell me what to do. What did the one gibbon say to the other gibbon? Gibbon the way I feel about you we ought to get married. What did the one stork say to the other stork? Stop storking me. What did the one warthog say to the other warthog? Warts with the long face? Cheer up, old pal!
Fun Verse for Young Ones is a collection of fun poems which parents can read to their young children to encourage a love of language. Using humour and rhyme allows children to discover the vibrancy of the English language and shows them how playful language can be. Topics covered include counting, multiplication, the alphabet as well as just silly, fun verse that hopefully will encourage young readers to improve their skills to the point where they can read this book unassisted.
‘I Want to Go to Goa’ is a collection of fun poems for older children who have good reading skills or for parents to read to younger children. The poems are all about travel and visiting different countries, and cities, around the world. I want to go to Goa I want to see the sea I’ll sit on the beach On my chair made of beech And drink many cups of tea I will sing the songs that we sang at school Do cartwheels and act the fool Should a witch arrive upon her broom Which witch would that be? The good witch or the bad The scary or the sad Whichever witch is was I think I would flee becuz Because doesn’t rhyme...