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50 Favourite Nursery Rhymes

A BBC spoken introduction to the classics

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A classic BBC compilation of nursery rhymes, with light-hearted commentary from two BBC presenters. In this popular collection, actors Andrew Branch and Anne Rosenfeld perform over fifty fantastic nursery rhymes, from familiar favourites to lesser-known gems, speaking the rhymes aloud and chatting about their meanings. As they listen, children are encouraged to think about and appreciate the words, increasing their communication skills as they join in and play. Among the favourites included are: Humpty Dumpty; Sing a Song of Sixpence; Hickory Dickory Dock; Hey Diddle Diddle; Little Jack Horner; Polly Put the Kettle On; Mary Mary Quite Contrary; Doctor Foster Went to Gloucester; Baa Baa Black Sheep; Little Miss Muffet; Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat; Goosey Goosey Gander; The Queen of Hearts; Boys and Girls Come Out to Play; Oranges and Lemons; Wee Willie Winkie; The House That Jack Built and Little Bo Peep. This unique collection brings to life traditional nursery rhymes with music and sound effects to thrill a new generation,and is ideal for preschool children who can listen and follow along.

Product code: 9781787532076

ISBN 9781787532076
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H143xW125xS10
Publisher BBC Worldwide Ltd
Edition Unabridged edition
A classic BBC compilation of nursery rhymes, with light-hearted commentary from two BBC presenters.In this popular collection, actors Andrew Branch and Anne Rosenfeld perform over fifty fantastic nursery rhymes, from familiar favourites to lesser-known gems, speaking the rhymes aloud and chatting about their meanings.