The Neat Line

The Neat Line

Scribbling Through Mother Goose

Book - 2005
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A young scribble matures into a neat line, then wriggles into a book of nursery rhymes where he transforms himself into different objects to assist the characters he meets there.
Publisher: [New York] : Katherine Tegen Books, c2005
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780066239705
0066239702
Branch Call Number: PB EDWARDS
PB EDWARDS
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 29 cm
Additional Contributors: Bluthenthal, Diana Cain
Alternative Title: Mother Goose

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GingerKaren
May 23, 2007

When a young scribbled line grows up into a neat line, all it wants is to be a part of a book. And when it goes in search of a book, it finds itself in a nursery rhyme collection in which the characters need some help. The neat line is only happy to provide the help in rearranging itself to change the rhymes and make things right. Are you confused yet? Read this book and all will become black and white!

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