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❰Read❯ ➵ The Alaska Mother Goose: North Country Nursery Rhymes (Last Wilderness Adventure) Author Shelley Gill – Uc0.info

The Alaska Mother Goose: North Country Nursery Rhymes (Last Wilderness Adventure)

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Alaskan author Shelley Gill lives in Homer, Alaska at the end of the road in North America Her books reflect her life racing in the Iditarod Sled Dog Race, doing humpback research in Prince William Sound and working as a naturalist in various habitats Alaska, Antarctica and Hawaii Her current project, Whale Detective, follows her own research into the community life of humpbacks in Alaska Her

❰Read❯ ➵ The Alaska Mother Goose: North Country Nursery Rhymes (Last Wilderness Adventure) Author Shelley Gill – Uc0.info
  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • The Alaska Mother Goose: North Country Nursery Rhymes (Last Wilderness Adventure)
  • Shelley Gill
  • English
  • 26 October 2019
  • 9780934007023

10 thoughts on “The Alaska Mother Goose: North Country Nursery Rhymes (Last Wilderness Adventure)

  1. says:

    Shannon Cartwright's colored pencil Alaskan animal illustrations complement Shelly Gill's poems beautifully. These poems are written in a Mother Goose Nursery Rhyme style and tell a singsong story about the different kinds of animals that one would find in the Alaskan wild. This book was published in Alaska and have teachers lesson plan notes and a glossary in the back to define the animals and plants mentioned in the poems. Kids should like it because it is not the same thing they have always heard in the past, yet it has familiar rhythms and patterns.

  2. says:

    I got this because I noticed the short poems and we don't 'do' poems all that much. I feel like I need to get her open to the idea of all writing- not just what her mom likes to read.
    These are very, very short- one or two verses usually, one to a page and they are cute. Fun to say and Julia liked following along. I'm not real sure of the targeted age group and it very well may not be three years old but Julia is a little mature for age and some of these words were a bit complicated for her. She doesn't know what a lynx is yet for example.
    Besides that I'd say it's a great book.

  3. says:

    Wow. This book brings back memories. I didn't really have a normal childhood; everyone else read about Jack and Jill and Mary and her lamb. I read about puffins and wolverines and porcupines that got berries stuck in their quills. Needless to say, I didn't turn out to be the most normal person in the world. :)

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