Jack and Jill's Treehouse

Jack and Jill's Treehouse

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This is the wood that was hauled up to the branch that held the treehouse that Jack and Jill built. From hammering the first boards of wood to hanging the roof and the light, come follow along with Jack and Jill as they build a new treehouse Pamela Duncan Edwards and Henry Cole's delightful cumulative read-aloud applauds busy young creators everywhere.
Publisher: New York, NY : Katherine Tegen Books, c2008.
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780060090784
0060090782
9780060090777
0060090774
Branch Call Number: j P ARTS EDWARDS
Characteristics: 1 volumes (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 23 x 26 cm.
Additional Contributors: Cole, Henry 1955-

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JimParker
May 27, 2011

My two-year old loves "Jack and Jill's Treehouse". There's something about treehouses and cabins that he likes lately. The structure of this story is similar to the song "The Rattin' Bog" from Sharon, Lois and Bram, and the French-language folk song "L'arbre est dans ses feuilles". There's also a small rebus-type drawing with each element of the story (i.e., branch, wood, floor). For these reasons my two-year old is able to "help" me read key words in the story (after reading it together a bunch of times).

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