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The Animal Boogie (Barefoot Singalongs) (2000 original; edició 2011)
de Stella Blackstone (Autor)
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The Animal Boogie de Debbie Harter (2000)
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We love singing and dancing along... Brenner was slow to start, but he asked for it again and again. ( )
Having previously believed that boogie-woogie was first played by George W. Thomas of Texas in the early decades of the twentieth century, it transpires that it has actually been practised by the animal inhabitants of the Indian jungles since time immemorial.Call your lawyers, Kool and the Gang. Don't leave the country. There may be an IP infringement case to answer.
. I think that having a book that is song based changes the way a student perceives the text; it also engages them on a deeper level. I like that the illustrator incorporated many different children, such as the races, genders, and also the capabilities; there is a student who is in a wheel chair featured in the book. I think that this book is of caliber that I would definitely have it in my classroom.
Seriously, I really do not like this book. There's nothing actually wrong with it, it's just so annoying. You have to say "boogie, woogie, woogie, oogie" - or something like that a thousand times. The pictures are nice and bright (and inclusive), but the repetitive text is almost more than I can stand. And unfortunately for me, both my boys have loved this one. I'm giving it a three simply to split the difference.
In the jungle, the animals' toes are twitching, their bodies are wiggling, and their wings are flapping--as they teach children how to do the Animal Boogie.
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Classificació Decimal de Dewey (DDC)782.42The arts Music Vocal music Secular Forms of vocal music Secular songs
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