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What happened to the dog Mockingbird is a classic lullaby many children are familiar with It is of a doting family and the gifts they bring for the child Written by Allan Ahlberg and illustrated by Paul Howard, this timeless lullaby is brought to life through playful lyrics and large captivating illustrations Grade Level Pre K 1st GradeClassroom Uses To inspire a class book, read aloud, close of day song, FREE PDF ⚓ Mockingbird ⚇ Best Ebook, Mockingbird Author Allan Ahlberg This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Mockingbird, Essay By Allan Ahlberg Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You Ahlberg s variation on the old nursery rhyme Mockingbird is set perfectly in the Edwardian era through Paul Howard s illustrations This book is perfect for introducing different family structures to young children and considering how times and places have changed It can also be useful in prompting the children to talk and elaborate on the events in their day This would work well with dialogic teaching many questions can be extended. I think this is such a sweet book I love to read it with my 2 year old and she loves it too It is by far the best version of this song I ve ever seen. A nice, simple, illustrated version of the otherwise complicated mockingbird lullabye Great cartoon, Victorian illustrations I could remember when I use to read the boring verse of Mockingbird, but still Allan Ahlberg breathes spirited new life into the comforting strains of a traditional lullaby. The classic nursery rhyme works quite well as a picture book, especially when the illustrations in the picture book portray Edwardian England. Song lyrics with pictures These were different lyrics than what we ve learned The illustrations were old fashioned, beautiful, and fun Hush little baby, don t say a word Mama s going to buy you a mockingbird This is a sweet rendition of the nursery rhyme and song.