100 Books for 100 Years of Children's Services - Part 7: 1970-1979
The issues of modern society are reflected in many of the children's books of this decade as stories deal with racism, friendship and growing up. By Theo Heras, Mary Anne Cree, Mariella Bertelli and Martha Scott.
Scrumptious, effervescent, bouncy rhymes with a distinctly Canadian flavour are just right for chanting aloud.
One by one the animals and children join Mr. Gumpy as he takes a boat ride down the river. All goes well until the goat kicks. . .
When her little son Timothy falls sick, Mrs. Frisby, a widowed mouse, seeks help from a colony of highly intelligent super-rats from the laboratories of NIMH.
"If you are a dreamer, a wisher, a liar. . ." Shel Silverstein invites you to "Come in! Come in!" to enjoy his fanciful, hilarious poetry.