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I Scream, You Scream: A Feast of Food Rhymes
Lillian Morrison (au); Nancy Dunaway (il)
“I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream.” “Be like a banana and split.” “If all the world was an apple pie And all the sea was ink And all the trees were bread and cheese What would we have to drink?” The exuberance of childhood often centers around food, so it’s no wonder that food rhymes endure from one generation to the next. Here are some of the wittiest and best-loved chants, street cries, and mock blessings for the enjoyment of young and old alike. The pen-and-ink illustrations bounce with enthusiasm as children attend festive parties, visit Mexican villages, and journey to the moon. Reinforced binding. New York Public Library 100 Best Books for Children.
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