See You Later, Escalator – Fun Poetry for Kids

Posted on February 10th, 2011 by Carolyn Hart in Rhymes, Songs & Fingerplays

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See You Later Escalator Rhymes for the Very Young
Chosen by John Foster and illustrated by thirteen artists


Lively illustrations and a delightful selection of poetry make See You Later, Escalator: Rhymes for the Very Young great fun to browse. Useful as a classroom resource (check out ‘Finger Paints’ and ‘Sorting Out the Kitchen Pans’) or as a playful alternative to bedtime stories. Have fun!

96 pages, Ages 4+

See You Later, Escalator: Rhymes for the Very Young at Amazon.com

See You Later, Escalator: Rhymes for the Very Young at Amazon.ca


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