Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels
- Age: 4 to 9
- Grade: p to 4
Original, funny and distinctly Canadian, this collection of exuberant rhymes will have kids clapping, dancing, skipping and chanting on a rollicking journey across the country. A companion book to the critically acclaimed Eenie Meenie Manitoba.
About the authors
Robert Heidbreder was born in Illinois but now lives in British Columbia. He has enchanted children with his joyful poems and rhymes for more than two decades. A former elementary school teacher (and winner of the Prime Minister's Award for Teaching Excellence), he believes that children's love of silly and absurd combinations of words makes them natural poets. His books include Eenie Meenie Manitoba, Don't Eat Spiders, I Wished for a Unicorn, Drumheller Dinosaur Dance, Python Play, See Saw Saskatchewan, Crocodiles Say, A Sea-Wishing Day, Lickety-Split, Crocodiles Play, Shake-Awakes, Noisy Poems for a Busy Day, Black and Bittern Was Night and Song for a Summer Night.
Scot Ritchie est un auteur-illustrateur primé vivant à Vancouver, en Colombie-Britannique. Il a illustré, et parfois écrit, plus de 40 livres pour enfants, dont Suivons la carte, Dis-moi pourquoi et There was an Old Lady that Swallowed a Puck.
Scot Ritchie is an award winning illustrator who lives in Vancouver British Columbia. He has illustrated over 40 children's books, (some of which he also wrote) including Let's Go! The Story of Getting from There to Here, Up, Up and Away and the Basics for Beginners series, Hockey, Baseball and Soccer.
- Commended, Great Book of the Year, Canadian Toy Testing Council
Other titles by Robert Heidbreder
Other titles by Scot Ritchie
A Log Boom’s Journey
On the Line
Célébrons notre patrimoine
Initiation à l'héritage culturel
See Where We Come From!
A First Book of Family Heritage
A World of Mindfulness
Follow Your Breath!
A First Book of Mindfulness
Lilliana and the Frogs
Join the No-Plastic Challenge!
A First Book of Reducing Waste
There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Moose
Relève le défi zéro plastique
Petits gestes pour réduire la pollution