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Rhyme & Alliteration : By Author : h


Books

Too Many Cats

By: Lori Haskins Houran
Illustrated by: Joe Mathieu

Cat after cat makes its way over the fence and into the backyard of a lady who’s looking for a little quiet to enjoy some music. There are slinky cats and stinky cats, gray cats and stray cats, but...

It's Simple, Said Simon

By: Mary Ann Hoberman
illustrated by: Meilo So

One day, a boy goes out for a walk. He encounters a dog, a cat, and a horse. The dog dares him to growl, the cat dares him to stretch, and the horse dares him to jump. "It's simple," says Simon....

And to Think That We Thought That We'd Never Be Friends

By: Mary Ann Hoberman
illustrated by: Kevin Hawkes

In rhyming verse that’s a deliberate homage to Dr. Seuss, poet and picture book author Mary Ann Hoberman takes on quarreling and its consequences, and shows how turning fighters into friends leads...


Happy Alphabet!

By: Anna Jane Hays
illustrated by: Joe Mathieu

A string of wacky people, animals, and objects, each beginning with a different letter of the alphabet, gather to celebrate a birthday! Each page presents a letter of the alphabet, and every phrase rhymes...

It's Simple, Said Simon

By: Mary Ann Hoberman
illustrated by: Meilo So

One day, a boy goes out for a walk. He encounters a dog, a cat, and a horse. The dog dares him to growl, the cat dares him to stretch, and the horse dares him to jump. "It's simple," says Simon....

Spring Surprises

By: Anna Jane Hays
Illustrated by: Hala Wittwer Swearingen

It's time to say goodbye to winter and celebrate all the fun and exciting surprises springtime offers—like flying kites, making mud pies, watching new baby animals take their first steps, and dancing...


Here Comes Silent E!

By: Anna Jane Hays
illustrated by: JoAnn Adinolfi

Research shows that early instruction in phonics is the first step to reading success. Well, here “e” comes! This Step 2 Phonics Reader uses rhyme and visual clues to illustrate the important...

The Pup Speaks Up

By: Anna Jane Hays
illustrated by: Valeria Petrone

Pal is a pup who’s a bit on the quiet side. But after some gentle prodding and encouragement from a few “talkative” friends, the pup finds the courage to speak up and take his final bow-wow!...

Mouse Makes Words

By: Kathryn Heling and Deborah Hembrook
illustrated by: Patrick Joseph

A little mouse zooms about changing letters—for example, substituting P for C to change a Cup into a Pup. A beginning reader rhyming extravaganza that emphasizes initial sound substitution.