There Was a Coyote Who Swallowed a Flea words by Jennifer Ward illustrations by Steve Gray
Award-winning author Jennifer Ward presents "There was a Coyote Who Swallowed a Flea", a whimsical children's picture book offering an outrageous take on a traditional children's song. Following the exploits of a hungry coyote who sets out to gulp down everything in sight - and the perplexed appetizers socializing in his tummy, "There was a Coyote Who Swallowed a Flea" blends the vibrant, cartoony art of Steve Gray and singsong rhythm to create a rollicking, funny tale. - Midwest Book Review
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There Was an Old Martian Who Swallowed the Moon words by Jennifer Ward illustrations by Steve Gray Two Lions
Martian Color Sheet
From the creators of the bestselling There Was an Old Monkey Who Swallowed a Frog comes a silly, “out of this world” rendition of the popular “Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly” song.
Join the old Martian as he swallows the moon, a comet, a rover, and more! Then he blasts off in his spaceship--beep, beep, ZOOM! Zany illustrations show the alien’s belly growing and growing as he eats his way through the galaxy. But what happens when the Martian gets to the sun? Jennifer Ward’s silly text and Steve Gray’s lively artwork take readers “out of this world” in this fun adaptation of the popular song.
There Was an Old Monkey Who Swallowed a Frog words by Jennifer Ward illustrations by Steve Gray
Monkey Color Sheet
The popular cumulative nonsense rhyme, “There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly,” is the inspiration for this fun parody. The digital artwork adds to the wild uproar. - Booklist
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There Was an Odd Princess Who Swallowed a Pea words by Jennifer Ward illustrations by Lee Calderon Two Lions
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The exuberant princess in this tale begins her day by swallowing the titular pea, which had been under her mattress. From there, the things she ingests get more farcical and less foodlike (as well as a lot bigger)… Observant readers will pick out items and characters that belong in other fairy tales—Cinderella’s glass slipper, the Frog Prince and a prince who could be from Rapunzel’s tale. Spot-on rhymes and rhythms keep the pages turning. - Kirkus