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Listen to these famous children's poems, from the nursery rhyme Wynken, Blynken and Nod, to the rhyming tale of The Spider and the Fly, or wickedly funny children's poems from Alice in Wonderland.

Selected for their enduring charm, these audio poems have been painting smiles on children's faces for generations.
Wynken, Blynken and Nod audio poem Wynken, Blynken and Nod
Audio Poem
by Eugene Field

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.

Wynken, Blynken and Nod, by Eugene Field
Mary Howitt audio poem The Spider and the Fly
Audio Poem
by Mary Howitt

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.

The Spider and the Fly, by Mary Howitt
Louisa May Alcott audio poem The Rock and the Bubble
Audio Poem
by Louisa May Alcott

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 Little Women.

The Rock and the Bubble, by Louisa May Alcott
Robert Louis Stevenson audio poem Bed in Summer
Audio Poem
by Robert Louis Stevenson

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
Alice in Wonderland Poems
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 entertaining.

Father William, by Lewis Carroll (from Alice in Wonderland)
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The Sound and the Echoes Dining Hall

"The story shares a number of similarities with the Harry Potter series... but the unique, complex Echo world is enough to set this story apart. A... fantasy novel that readers hungry for magic and adventure will gladly devour." -- Kirkus Reviews

High Concept Fantasy for Middle Grade & Young Adult Readers, with 27 Magical Illustrations

$2.99 eBook

$18.78 Paperback



ISBN 13: 9781478305187 (paperback)

ISBN: 978-0-9850920-1-6 (Kindle eBook)

ISBN: 13: 9780985092023 (ePub eBook)

Book Reviews
The Sound and the Echoes

by Dew Pellucid

"Pellucid has created something truly magical, with descriptions that will carry you into this frozen fantasyland and make you never want to leave."
-M. Fan on ZigZag Timelines book blog.

"Coming from someone who has read her fair share of fantasy books, I have to admit that most of the time I was in awe (honestly!) as to how Pellucid came up with such mind-boggling ideas."
-Micheline, Goodreads Librarian

"Dew Pellucid offers a reader much, awakening an indefinable, irreverent child-like depiction of an imaginative, strange, beautiful world."
-Sean Randall, Goodreads Librarian.

"I love when an author puts effort into depicting an interesting and consistent world. Thus, it is easier to remain immersed in the world, and to draw parallels between the fiction and our own world. This was certainly the case with land of the Echoes."
-L on Amazon

"The plot is defiantly different and it is never too slow. Dew Pellucid does an extraordinary job with the makes it easier to connect with the story and get sucked in"
-Vero on Goodreads

“This is a story rich in detail and depth. You can see the images and feel the emotions that the characters are feeling... If you like Harry Potter or other YA type books like that you will really enjoy this book.”
-Trina Wing on Goodreads.

"This book is so refreshing. The characters are unique as is the story line. There are no dragons or the normal "mystical" creatures. I couldn't put it down!"
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