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rhymes Quotes

36 of the best book quotes about rhymes
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“Your dreary rhyming isn’t worth a turd!:
Geoffrey Chaucer
author
The Canterbury Tales
book
Chaucer the Pilgrim
Host
characters
worth
nothing
rhymes
concepts
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“You’re doing nothing else but wasting time. Sir, in a word, you shall no longer rhyme.”
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“But don’t you see, he’s mad? It’s all mad! The whole thing of going by the rhyme is mad! Dressing up the judge, killing Rogers when he was chopping sticks—drugging Mrs. Rogers so that she overslept herself—arranging for a bumble bee when Miss Brent died!”
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″ We like to hop. We like to hop on top of Pop. ”
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″ PAT CAT Pat sat on a cat. PAT BAT Pat sat on a bat. ”
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“SAD DAD BAD HAD Dad is sad. Very, very sad. He had a bad day. What a day Dad had! ”
Dr. Seuss
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Dad
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“UP PUP Pup is up. CUP PUP Pup in cup. PUP CUP Cup on pup.”
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“STOP You must not hop on Pop. ”
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“ALL TALL We all are tall. ALL SMALL We all are small. ”
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″ NO PAT NO Don’t sit on that. ”
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“ALL FALL Fall off the wall. ”
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″ HE ME He is after me. HIM JIM Jim is after him. ”
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″ Look who’s coming! It’s black-eyed P, Q R S, and loose-tooth T.”
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“Llama llama red pajama hollers loudly for his mama.”
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The silhouette illustrations are a delightful change. The story is in rhyme, so children will enjoy the beat of the story. During a picnic the babies crawl away, only to been noticed by a young boy. They had quite the adventure and many humorous situations. Never fear they young boy saves the day
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This book written in rhyme is hilarious, witty and just plain entertaining. Honor Brown with her wild, vivid imagination paints the worst scenario of going to school ever. She insists that the water tray is full of killer sharks, food poisoning is on the horizon, beatings are the norm and even her friends are monstrous. Such a drama queen extraodinaire!
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“But the YEPS on the STEPS -- They’re great fun to have around. And so are many, many other friends that I have found...”
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″ And a FINDOW in my WINDOW. And a NOOK GASE in my BOOK CASE.”
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“And that ZELF up on that SHELF! I have talked to him myself.”
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The rhymes and rhythms are masterfully done, and the story is delightful! This is a book that I don’t mind reading over and over. Every time we read it, we discover something new and interesting in the illustrations. This is a must read!
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“All those NUPBOARDS in the CUPBOARDS they’re good fun to have about. But that NOOTH GUSH on my TOOTH BRUSH...Him I could do without.”
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“When a fox is in the bottle where the tweetle beetles battle with their paddles in a puddle on a noodle-eating poodle, THIS is what they call a ... a tweetle beetle noodle poodle bottled paddle muddled duddled fuddled wuddled fox in socks, sir.”
Dr. Seuss
author
Mr. Fox
Mr. Knox
characters
rhymes
concept
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″ Like the TELLER, NELLER, GELLER, DELLER, BELLER, WELLER, ZELLER, CELLER. ”
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“The only one I’m really scared of is that VUG under the RUG.”
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″ I like the ZABLE on the TABLE. And the GHAIR under the CHAIR. But the BOFA on the SOFA ... Well, I wish he wasn’t there.”
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“And that QUIMNEY in the CHIMNEY ... I don’t like him. Not at all.
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“Some of them are very friendly. Like the YOT in the POT.
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“And I learned there are troubles of more than one kind. Some come from ahead and some come from behind.”
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“And I flew through the air and I went for a sail and I sprained the main bone in the tip of my tail!”
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“Some of you chaps should go home and take naps.”
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“Pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake baker’s man, Bake me a cake as fast as you can, Carry it in on a beautiful plate And light up the candles- TODAY I AM EIGHT!”
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“I’m a basic boneless chicken, yes, I have no bones inside, I’m without a trace of rib cage, yet I hold myself with pride.”
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“You are juicy, Yubbazubbies, you are tender, never tough, you are appetizing morsels, I can never get enough.”
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Prelutsky really uses his imagination writing about things we’ve thought about and things we’d never even imagined. The poems open readers up to the world and minds of children.
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I have feathers fine and fluffy, I have lovely little wings, but I lack the superstructure to support these splendid things. Since a chicken finds it tricky to parade on boneless legs, I stick closely to the hen house, laying little scrambled eggs.”
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“But all that he could see, but all that he could see, The other side of the mountain, the other side of the mountain, then he got stuck up a tree!”

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