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More classic rhymes for Kiwi kids / Peter Millett and Scott Tulloch.

By: Millett, Peter.
Contributor(s): Tulloch, Scott, 1966- [illustrator.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Classic Rhymes for Kiwi Kids: Publisher: Auckland, New Zealand : Bateman Books, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Description: 31 pages : colour illustrations ; 25 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781869539955; 1869539958.Subject(s): Children's poetry, New ZealandGenre/Form: Nursery rhymes. | Picture books.DDC classification: NZ821.3 Summary: Following on from the first volume, Peter Millett has given the New Zealand treatment to 20 more rhymes, including "Hickery Dickery Dock, the kea nicked off with the clock"; " I'm a little fullback, short and stout"; and "One pukeko, two pukeko, three pukeko, four ..."
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"Old King Cole scored a mighty fine goal... And a merry old soul was he... " Roll up! Roll up! It's time for more riotous rhyming fun as Mother Goose gets the classic Kiwi-ised treatment by Peter Millett and Scott Tulloch. Laugh yourself silly as Itsy Bitsy Spider climbs up the dunny spout; the eels in the tub go round and round; and Little Miss Moppet (as cute as a poppet) has her yummy kai nicked by cheeky seagulls. More Classic Rhymes for Kiwi Kids is more fun than a camper-van full of kea, or a hat full of huhu on Old MacDonald's farm!

Poetry for children.

Following on from the first volume, Peter Millett has given the New Zealand treatment to 20 more rhymes, including "Hickery Dickery Dock, the kea nicked off with the clock"; " I'm a little fullback, short and stout"; and "One pukeko, two pukeko, three pukeko, four ..."