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One, Two, Buckle My Shoe Hardcover – September 15, 2009
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From School Library Journal
PreSchool-K—In Cabrera's twist on this nursery rhyme, a sweet blue-gray bunny in a magenta dress leads four mischievous chicks to a birthday party. The bunny buckles her shoes, runs out the door, jumps over the gate, and meets the big fat hen. She also digs and delves, finds pigs a snortin', has her friends all a-waiting, and finally has a party. What makes this version stand out is that it counts up to 20. In addition, the four chicks hide on each page, asking readers in a somewhat imperfect rhyme to find them if they can. The cheerful oil paintings, done in bright Easter egg colors, will fit nicely into a spring collection or display. Kids who love to count will find the book fun, and librarians will enjoy sharing a new version of this familiar poem in storytimes. However, since the concept has been done many times, it's an additional purchase.—Adrienne Wilson, Edith Wheeler Memorial Library, Monroe, CT END
About the Author
Jane Cabrera has written and illustrated numerous picture books that have been published all over the world. She has young children of her own with whom she loves to share nursery songs. She is a graphic designer and artist. Some of her titles for Holiday House includes "Mommy, Carry Me Please!", "Old Mother Hubbard", "Old Macdonald Had A Farm".
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The rhyme scheme is just awful, with absolutely no meter or rhythm. It's an awkward read and my kid didn't like it. "Twenty" does not rhyme with "party" (nor does it even sound close), neither does "eighteen" rhyme with "a-waitin'". Trust me when I say these are just two examples of the many forced, weird rhymes. The only redemptive value in this book is counting and adorable illustrations, which allowed me to give it 2 stars instead of 1.