How do you get from here to there in a busy bustling city? How do you know which way to go when you are going to town?
In this inventive picture
book a little girl s
of her neighborhood, until she has a map. It's not a paper map, but it's a map all the same. A map to sing and chant and dance and memorizea way to get from here to there and home again!
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/ Slosh, rattle, click, I know / Squeak, sizzle, tick, / The city / Clank, hip-hop, be-bop, / By heart.” Elementary mapping, finding one’s way, and the mnemonic uses of rhythm and rhyme are all aspects of this gambol to which young children will relate.| Read Full Review of It's My City!: A Singing Map
As this bright and bouncy book progresses through a city neighborhood, readers discover that the pigtailed heroine is in charge of keeping her older brother out of the house while their parents prepare his surprise birthday party.| Read Full Review of It's My City!: A Singing Map