People, People Everywhere by Nancy Van Laan

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Describes the effects of the nation's population growth in rhymed text and illustrations.

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Nancy Van Laan has written many books perfect for reading aloud, including "So Say the Little Monkeys; Little Fish, Lost; With a Whoop and a Holler, " an American Library Association Notable Book; and the 1990 Parents' Choice Award winner, "Possum Come a-Knockin'." She lives in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Bernadette Pons lives in Paris with her husband and three daughters. She also illustrated "Scrubba Dub, " Nancy Van Laan's companion volume to "Tickle Tum!
Published July 7, 1992 by Knopf Books for Young Readers.
Genres: Children's Books. Fiction

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Frenetic verse sums up a city's activity: ``People racing round the town,/Going up!/Going down!''--running for the bus, dashing to walk the dog, crowding around vendors, building ever- taller buildings, working, parading, even tangling clotheslines that run between buildings.

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In bouncy verse, Van Laan ( Rainbow Crow ;

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