By Kathryn Jackson, Byron Jackson
The newest Little Golden ebook Classic--with a summertime theme!
Nancy and Timmy hop out in their beds one summer season morning and aid pack their swimsuits and lunch. after which it's off to the beach! In a captivating rhyme, this Little Golden ebook from 1951 (then titled an afternoon on the seashore) describes what preschoolers will locate there: "You can seize little crabs--if you're quickly! you could draw nice immense photographs correct at the seashore with a bit of a shell or a stick." Oh, what fun!
From Kathryn and Byron Jackson, authors of the preferred Little Golden ebook The baggy saggy Elephant, and Corinne Malvern, illustrator of the Little Golden Books health practitioner Dan the Bandage guy and Nurse Nancy.
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A Day at the Seashore (Little Golden Book) by Kathryn Jackson, Byron Jackson