This delightful audio children's
poem has enriched the bedtime hour in many nurseries, for many
years. Wynken, Blynken and Nod is a rhyming game to help
children fall asleep. One eye is Wynken, the other Blynken. And Nod
is the nodding head that wonders off into dreams. So make going to
sleep fun by listening to this lovely audio children's poem.
This wickedly witty audio children's poem is
so famous, many of us quote the first line in conversation: ' "Will you walk
into my parlor?" said the spider to the fly.' Indeed, this children's poem tells
a tale that every child should hear, the tale of vanity and Her foolish end. So
sit together and listen to the conversation between the spider and the fly.
This charming audio children's poem weaves a
story in rhyme. Follow the vain, beautiful bubble as it challenges an old sea
rock, demanding that it move aside! And see how this foolish duel ends. Children
will learn so much from this beautiful audio children's poem from the author of
This clever audio children's
poem repeats the age-old complaint of children: Oh, why! Oh Why! Should they go
to bed, when it's still light outside. Make going to bed by daylight a little
less terrible with this delightful audio children's poem from the author of
Kidnapped and Treasure Island.
Bed in Summer, by Robert Louis Stevenson
Father William Advice from a
Caterpillar (From Alice in Wonderland)
Audio Poem Lewis Carroll
This satirical audio poem
from Alice in Wonderland depicts a funny conversation between a father
and his son. It is a conversation that generations have had since families
began, adults looking back on their glorious past, children listening
skeptically. This audio poem called Advice from a Caterpillar is also
known by the name, Father William. Like other Lewis Carroll poems from
Alice in Wonderland, this audio poem is a little silly and very
Father William, by Lewis Carroll (from
Alice in Wonderland)
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