Tuesday, May 23, 2017

SLP 2017 Nursery Rhymes

Below are a few suggestions for nursery rhymes for you and your child to enjoy. All titles listed are in the collection at Bellevue Public Library and are located in the Board Book, Picture Book, or Juvenile Non Fiction sections.  At the end of this post you can learn more about searching the online catalog.

Tickly Toes by Susan Hood (BOARD BOOK)

Rhyming text describes the wonder that occurs 
when babies discover their toes.

Wee Willie Winkie and Other Rhymes by Iona Opie (BOARD BOOK)

Eight classic nursery rhymes are retold 
with colorful illustrations, including 
Wee Willie Winkie, Pat-a-cake, 
Jack and Jill, Star light, star bright, 
and others.

Builder Goose: It's Construction Rhyme Time! by Boni Ashburn (E/ASH)

Nursery rhymes are refashioned to feature 
construction projects.

The Find It Book by Margaret Wise Brown (E/BRO)

Look carefully as you turn each page! 
Find your favorite nursery rhyme characters 
hiding throughout this magical title from 
Margaret Wise Brown.

Over the Hills and Far Away complied by Elizabeth Hammill (398.8 OVE)

A collection of 150 rhymes from across 
the globe, illustrated by 77 
world-renowned artists.

Out Came the Sun: A Day in Nursery Rhymes by Heather Collins (398.8 COL)

A collection of nursery rhymes, selected 
and beautifully illustrated by Heather Collins. The rhymes tell the comforting and familiar
story of a child's day.  The rhymes were 
chosen for their rhythms, patterns and 
sounds --- to delight babies and toddlers, 
to make reading aloud fun and interactive 
for parents, and to encourage young 
children's engagement and response. 

Nursery Rhymes by Baby Einstein (BOARD BOOK)

A collection of familiar nursery rhymes. 
Each rhyme contains a highlighted word 
that is shown in English, Spanish, 
and French, along with a pronunciation guide. 
Suggested activities are also included.

The McElderry Book of Mother Goose by Petra Mathers (398.8 MCE)

An illustrated collection of Mother Goose nursery rhymes, including well-known ones such as "Hey Diddle Diddle" and "The Queen of Hearts" and less familiar ones such as "Mother May I Go and Swim" and "Ten Little Penguins."

Marc Brown's Playtime Rhymes by Marc Brown (398.8 BRO)

A lively collection of the artist's 20 favorite
read-and-play-along finger rhymes 
complements such entries as 
"The Itsy-Bitsy Spider" and 
"I'm a Little Teapot" with pictorial 
instructions for correlating 
finger movements.

Good Night, Sleep Tight by Mem Fox (E/FOX)

In this book with rhyming text, Bonnie and 
Ben's favorite babysitter tells them nursery 
rhymes before putting them to bed.

Wee Rhymes: Baby's First Poetry Book by Jane Yolen (398.8 YOL)

A collection of nursery rhymes, most original 
but some from Mother Goose, divided into 
sections celebrating all of the special moments
in a baby's day, from wake-up time to bedtime.

John Scieszka's Trucktown: Truckery Rhymes by John Scieszka (E/SCI)

For generations, Trucks have been sharing these beloved tales, rowdy rhymes, and honk-along songs. Finally these classics have been gathered into one big, noisy, high-octane collection! All the favorite truckery rhymes are here, from "Peter Peter Payload Eater" to "Little Dan Dumper", all the way to "Pop! Blows the Diesel."

Hungry for more nursery rhymes?!
To search the Bellevue Public Library's online catalog for additional nursery rhymes:
* go to www.bellevuelibrary.org.
* Click on Catalog
* Click on Power Search
* For the Subject, type "nursery rhymes"
* Click Search

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