The town of Hamelin is being overrun by rats! A mysterious traveling piper has the power to rid the town of the pests, but when he is cheated out of his payment, he gets revenge.
Edward Lear's classic poem about a table and chair's adventurous walk around town.
Peter Piper is hungry, and he has a craving for pickled peppers. Readers can join his adventures--and the tongue-twister--in this whimsical rhyme.
Everything is crooked in this classic! Read along with the crooked man as he makes his way to his crooked house, where his crooked pets reside.