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Publisher Description

This book of nonsensical rhymes was written in 1918. The illustrations are so captivating, from another era. It is an amazing collection and a must for every child.

PETER PATTER told them to me,

All the little rimes,

Whispered them among the bushes

Half a hundred times.


Peter lives upon a mountain

Pretty near the sun,

Knows the bears and birds and rabbits

Nearly every one;

Has a home among the alders,

Bed of cedar bark,

Walks alone beneath the pine trees

Even when its dark.


Squirrels tell him everything

That happens in the trees,

Cricket in the gander-grass

Sings of all he sees;

Rimes from bats and butterflies,

Crabs and waterfowl;

But the best of all he gets

From his Uncle Owl.


Sometimes when its day-time,

But mostly in the night,

They sit beneath an oak tree

And hug each other tight,

And tell their rimes and riddles

Where the catty creatures prowl

Funny little Peter Patter

And his Uncle Owl.

GENRE
Kids
RELEASED
2015
April 7
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
182
Pages
PUBLISHER
MobiPubber
SELLER
Todd Gilson
SIZE
116.7
KB

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