Nursery Rhyme Clues and Crimes! by Walter Foster Jr. Creative Team
Complete the puzzle to solve the nursery rhyme mystery - 6 nursery rhyme puzzles to solve!

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...the pictures are as bland as can be: Humpty just loses a few nonessential chips; Miss Muffet’s spider sports a wide smile...Will the puzzle pieces last any longer than the thin plastic sleeves in which they’re packaged? It’s no mystery.
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Mother Goose meets Sherlock Holmes, this is the perfect activity book for budding detectives and their parents.

Nursery Rhyme Clues and Crimes takes the popularity of the classic nursery rhymes we all know and love and transforms them into interactive, "who-done-it" puzzles. On each page of this interactive board book, parents are encouraged to read along with their children as familiar nursery rhymes are turned on their heads to create fun, simple mysteries and crimes. Young children will delight in solving the mystery of each nursery rhyme by following the clues and putting together the unique puzzle pages at the end of each tale. Mother Goose meets Sherlock Holmes, this is the perfect activity book for budding detectives and their parents.

 

About Walter Foster Jr. Creative Team

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The Walter Foster Jr. Creative Team develops fun and imaginative books and kits for children of all ages. Encouraging learning and exploring, Walter Foster Jr. titles cover a wide range of subjects, including art, transportation, history, craft, gardening, and more. Walter Foster Jr. is a division of Quarto Publishing Group USA Inc., a subsidiary of the London-based Quarto Group, Inc.
 
Published April 1, 2016 by Walter Foster Jr. 16 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Apr 13 2016

...the pictures are as bland as can be: Humpty just loses a few nonessential chips; Miss Muffet’s spider sports a wide smile...Will the puzzle pieces last any longer than the thin plastic sleeves in which they’re packaged? It’s no mystery.

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