There was an old woman
who didn't like children,
Who lived in a musty old,
crusty old boot,
Who had an old cat
who didn't like kittens,
Who didn't like anything
little or cute.
So when a family with FIVE boisterous children moves into the tumble-down shoe next door, the old woman will do anything to be rid of the pests. But her plan backfires, and soon she discovers a fate worse than children! NOW what will the old woman do?
Jane Manning's lively pictures combine with Linda Smith's rollicking nursery rhyme in a book that will have children laughing out loud.
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The old folk are all marked by scowls beneath oversized red noses—until the old woman hastily stirs up a batch of “Kiddie-Come-Back” that restores her neighbors to a fresh-faced, “clattering, chattering, clamoring crew” of children.| Read Full Review of There Was an Old Woman Who Li...