Everyone knows the story of Mary and her little lamb with fleece as white as snow. But what happens one day when the lamb decides to go off alone? Fans of Iza Trapani will delight as this adorable little lamb wanders across the farm, meeting an assortment of equally appealing characters. From a big brown horse to a tough old goose to a pen full of happy pigs, children will laugh out loud as Mary's little lamb stumbles from one mess to the next in this fun-filled rhyming adventure.
Mary had a little lamb, its fleece was white as snow... Baaa! An orange tiger followed them... Raar! Raar! Raar! Spot eight bright COLOURS in this goofy twist on the classic nursery rhyme! From award-winning bookmaker Jarvis, the creator of Alan's Big, Scary Teeth, Mrs Mole, I'm Home! and Tropical Terry, comes a fresh, very funny first book of colours - perfect for sharing with the very youngest of readers! With bright, beautiful graphics, read-aloud rhymes, and a stylish, sturdy feel, this board book is the perfect gift for a new arrival, and a fantastic addition to a toddler's first library.
In this familiar children's nursery song, Mary arrives at school one day with her friendly lamb following close behind her. Going against school rules, the students sneak the adorable lamb inside where they teach it the alphabet, to count ot ten, and even how to play ball! This hilarious adaptation, is complete with musical notation and an activity page. It is the first original hardcover in the newly branded and redesigned Sing-Along Stories series.
Wiggle the cute little lamb puppet and enjoy Mary Had a Little Lamb! This adorable board book features a fun finger puppet toy built into the story, encouraging interactive play, hand-eye coordination and language development in your little one. At Parragon we know that babies and toddlers learn best when they are playing, especially when big people share in the fun, too! Developed by experts, tested by children and trusted by parents, we designed the Little Learners collection to help grow your little one's curiosity about life and language. Play together, learn together with the Little Learners range of books for babies and toddlers!
Mary takes her "bendy," gooseneck lamp wherever she goes, much to the dismay of her parents and classmates, but after leaving it at home during summer camp, Mary finds that she has outgrown her need for her odd companion.
This 30-minute musical tells the Christmas story from the viewpoint of the stable animals. God's plan of replacing the sacrifice of an unblemished lamb with the Messiah, who would eventually die for man's sin, is presented so beautifully that children and adults can each understand at their own level. There are twelve speaking parts: ten animals, a male and female narrator.This is the songbook for the musical. It contains the song lyrics, simple melody accompaniment, and drama segments. Written by Dan Barker.
Enjoy this adorably-illustrated, classic rhyme about Mary and her silly lamb that follows her everywhere she goes! Then young readers can continue reading six other classics including Little Bo Peep, Humpty Dumpty, Little Miss Muffet, Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone, Hickory Dickory Dock and Hey, Diddle Diddle?
Sarah Josepha Buell Hale (1788-1879) was an American writer. She is well known as the author of the popular nursery rhyme Mary Had a Little Lamb. In 1823, she published a collection of her poems entitled The Genius of Oblivion. From 1827 until 1836, Hale served as editor of Ladies' Magazine in Boston. Her collection Poems for Our Children, which includes the now-famous Mary Had a Little Lamb, was published in 1830, though its original title was Mary's Lamb. In 1837 she began working as editor of Godey's Lady's Book in Philadelphia. Her novel, Northwood: A Tale of New England (1852) was the first novel about slavery. She remained editor at Godey's for forty years, retiring almost at the age of ninety in 1877. She also edited several issues of the annual gift book The Opal.
The irresistible Let’s Start! Classic Songs series offers a new twist on ever-popular pop-ups. This surprise-filled hardcover encourages children to sing along to "Mary Had a Little Lamb.” Filled with brightly colored artwork, fun pop-ups, exciting lift-the-flaps, and a baaing sheep, this interactive songbook follows Clara the Cow and the rest of the lovable Let’s Start! gang as they head off to school.
The 'Mary Had a Little Lamb' Book uses fifty variations on Mary had a Little Lamb to teach basic finger patterns and rhythms on the viola. The book is especially useful as a training tool for very young beginners, with large notes and finger numbers. Viola teachers can use this book as a method supplement, giving their students ample material for learning notes and counting patterns. Students can learn at their own pace, progressing through the variations quickly, or as leisurely as they need to. This book can follow The Hot Cross Buns Book for Viola, and could be studied followed by Playing the Viola, Book One.