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Eight little plays for children

Rose Fyleman

Eight little plays for children

by Rose Fyleman

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Published by Methuen in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesDarby and Joan., The fairy riddle., Noughts and crosses., The weather clerk., The fairy and the doll., Cabbages and kings., In Arcady., Father Christmas.
Statementby Rose Fyleman.
The Physical Object
Pagination71p. ;
Number of Pages71
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16818455M

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Hand actions set to a song or other recital, finger plays help develop understanding, dexterity, and graphic sense in children. This Victorian classic features 18 finger plays for ages one to eight that teach counting, nature lore, and home activities. Includes "The Little Men," "All for Baby," "A Little Boy's Walk," and more. 53 illustrations. Dallas Children's Theater is pleased to add this topic to its series of internationally-recognized teen issue plays. Andi is a transgender teen entering his first day of school identifying as a male. Former classmates recall his last name when they hear it, but there is something different about Andi that keeps the dots from connecting clearly.

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