• There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat!
  • There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat!
  • There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat!
ISBN: 0439737664
EAN13: 9780439737661
Language: English
Release Date: Aug 1, 2005
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 0.2" H x 9.7" L x 8" W
Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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The wacky Halloween version of the classic There Was an Old Lady song is now a board book

In this spooky version of the classic rhyme, a bat, an owl, a cat, a ghost, a goblin, some bones, and a wizard are all on the menu for the Old Lady to swallow. This Halloween-themed twist on the classic song will delight and entertain all brave readers who dare to read it A lively board book edition of the bestselling story book that will appeal to young readers with every turn of the page--a fun story for Halloween

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   Theme Based story based on a classic
I make sure to read the fresh version several times throughout the year so that it stays original. I read these topical versions when we are studying something close to them. Yes, I sing them and encourage participation!
 
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   This Old Lady Can't Swallow . . . .
( ) '' ). .. these terrible illustrations, but who am I to question the brilliance of this book? It is recommended for children and the Montessori school is tested. This story, the Halloween edition, is one in a series of the Lady that Swallows Something books. Not exactly a piece of great writing, but masterful for a quick laugh.
 
5
   I love singing stories to my elementary students in music class
I love to sing stories to my elementary students in the music class. Over time, the students sing the tunes as well and learn with me. They enjoy visuals, which is why the thought of musical story time is usually a success for me. The students become incredibly excited when they see that we are going to read an old lady's book there!
 
5
   Great Book!
I teach first grade education, and the students really enjoyed the book. I read it every year.
 
5
   Catchy!
Especially for a toddler, great book! It combines the funny, backed by the silly illustrations, together with a rhyming lilt in the words, along with the repetition that kids love.
 
3
   its okay
I think I like the original best. It is beautiful and a little bit of a read for kids. The repeating phases make it easy to read for beginners. It is not very difficult for children to read and follow. You can probably sing and try this song like the original version.
 
5
   Great books
My son loves all these books. He doesn 't like to read, so anything that gets him interested is good.
 
5
   Teach Reading
Great addition for Dr Seuss'lovers. Interesting story and child can follow and learn to read.
 
2
   Kindle Edition of this book is not visually good.
I love this book, the rhyming and great vocabulary to work with my students, but the Kindle edition is bad, even on my iPad, the pictures are so small that children don 't pay attention.
 
5
   There is An Old Lady who LOVES these Books!
There was a collection of Charles -- Lucey Colandro -- from elementary to pre-school -- love these books too! The rhythm and rhyme adventures truly encourages my readers to read... And I must say... these books engage and fill my struggling readers with pride... Thank you Lucille Colandro... for your magical books!
 
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