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Presents a cumulative nursery rhyme about the chain of events that started when Jack built a house, with some die-cut pages through which a portion of the next illustration can be seen.
In this version of the classic song, the wheels go round, the wipers go swish, the driver says "Tickets Please!" and so on, all around the town.
In this version of the classic folk song, illustrations and lyrics describe the many noisy vehicles that can be seen early in the morning down by the station, in a book that features die-cut pages.
A little toad, two little fish, three little squirrels, four little otters, five little honeybees, six little crows, seven little rabbits, eight little lizards, nine little frogs, and ten little spiders all do what their mothers ask.
One by one the ants march to get to shelter from the rain, in this illustrated version of the classic children's song.
Illustrates the traditional children's song about a farmer whose livestock has taken over the house.
Portrays the lyrics of the traditional counting song and an old man dressed as a pirate, detective, painter, and other characters in a book which features die-cut pages and includes a compact disc with two versions of the song.
An illustrated version of the traditional song describing life on a farm featuring die-cut pages.