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The Grasshopper Laughs

Book Description
An anthology of poems for small children who are just beginning to enjoy and experiment with language. The selection includes traditional nursery rhymes, chants and lullabies, and a wide range of verse from Eastern Europe, the Caribbean, Africa, India and America.
Book Information
PublisherFaber & Faber Children's Books
BindingPaperback (2 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages120
Publication Date10/07/1996
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About Michael Bird (Author, Editor) : Michael Bird is a published editor. Published credits of Michael Bird include The Grasshopper Laughs.
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About Andrew Stooke (Illustrator) : Andrew Stooke is a published illustrator. Published credits of Andrew Stooke include Red-all-over Riddle Book, The Grasshopper Laughs.
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