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Oh where, oh where has my little dog gone? /

by Trapani, Iza.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Extended nursery rhymes. Publisher: Milwaukee : G. Stevens Pub., 1996Description: 32 p. : col. ill., music ; 25 cm.ISBN: 083681553X (lib. bdg.) :.Title notes: BRA c.1 $18.60 11-98$18.60 (g) 5/7/2009 Subject(s): Children's songs -- Texts | Dogs -- Songs and music | SongsSummary: An expanded version of the traditional rhyme, in which the little dog runs away and explores the desert, mountains, and oceans before deciding that home is best. Includes music on the last page.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Twelve classic and familiar nursery rhymes have now been imaginatively expanded to full book length, bringing these highly entertaining stories to a new generation of readers. Nearly everyone knows the first two lines to each of these nursery rhymes, but now everyone can know the rest of the story too!<p>Young readers interact with the text by reading and singing on their own from the sheet music at the back of each book. This series also encourages beginning readers to "remember" the joy of simple rhyming and make up their own verses to the songs. Beautifully designed and illustrated, these charming stories will bring a smile to readers of all ages.

An expanded version of the traditional rhyme, in which the little dog runs away and explores the desert, mountains, and oceans before deciding that home is best. Includes music on the last page.

BRA c.1 $18.60 11-98

$18.60 (g) 5/7/2009

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Horn Book Review

In an expanded version of the well-known song, a dog decides to leave home. After numerous adventures, the travel-worn pup is happy to return to his concerned young owner. Mediocre illustrations and the many verses may lose the attention of the intended audience. Music included. From HORN BOOK 1995, (c) Copyright 2010. The Horn Book, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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