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Literature & Fiction
  • Author:
    Heather Collins
  • ISBN:
    1550745727
  • ISBN13:
    978-1550745726
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    Kids Can Press (February 15, 2000)
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    Literature & Fiction
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Rock a Bye Baby - Nursery Rhymes.

Ford wrote, "This is a rhyme which 'every child has joyed to hear. Its origin, as told in the records of the Boston (. Historical Society, is not more curious than beautiful and significant

Songs & Rhymes From the USA. Advertisement. Ford wrote, "This is a rhyme which 'every child has joyed to hear. Historical Society, is not more curious than beautiful and significant. Shortly after our forefathers landed at Plymouth, Massachusetts (I am quoting), a party were out in the fields where the Indian women were picking strawberries. Several of the women, or squaws as they were called, had papooses - that is babies - and, having no cradle, they had them tied up in Indian fashion and hung from the limbs of the surrounding trees.

Rock-a-bye Baby (also known as Hush a Bye Baby) is an 18th century English nursery rhyme and lullaby

Rock-a-bye Baby (also known as Hush a Bye Baby) is an 18th century English nursery rhyme and lullaby. This very popular rhyme probably originates from the days when women working in the hop fields, would tie their babies cradles to the branches of trees to allow the wind to rock them to sleep. Another possibility is that a Pilgrim youth, a passenger on the Mayflower, wrote the rhyme after seeing the way Native American women rocked their babies in birchbark cradles.

Rock-a-bye Baby" is a nursery rhyme and lullaby. The melody is a variant of the English satirical ballad "Lillibullero". It has a Roud Folk Song Index number of 2768

Rock-a-bye Baby" is a nursery rhyme and lullaby. It has a Roud Folk Song Index number of 2768. The first printed version from Mother Goose's Melody (London, c. 1765), has the following lyrics: Rock-a-bye baby. on the tree top. When the wind blows. the cradle will rock. When the bough breaks, the cradle will fall.

Items related to Rock-a-Bye Baby (Traditional Nursery Rhymes). Rock-a-Bye Baby (Traditional Nursery Rhymes). ISBN 13: 9781550745726. Her body of work includes many nonfiction books, such as the award-winning A Pioneer Story and Out Came the Sun. She lives in Toronto, Ontario, with her husband and two children.

Rock-a-Bye Baby book. Nursery rhymes are as old as time.

A traditional children's lullaby and nursery rhyme, "Rock-a-bye Baby" will be a familiar melody to most and makes a perfect beginner's . E - G - ^E ^D-^C Rock-a-bye baby. E G ^C B On the tree top. F G ^F ^E When the wind blows.

A traditional children's lullaby and nursery rhyme, "Rock-a-bye Baby" will be a familiar melody to most and makes a perfect beginner's practice piece. D ^D-^C A G The cradle will rock! E G ^E ^D When the bough breaks. C E-G ^C B The cradle will fall. G ^C ^F ^E-^C Down will come baby, ^D-A B ^C Cradle and all! Like it?

Rock a bye baby Rock-a-bye, baby On the treetop When the wind blows The cradle will rock If the bough breaks . Rock a bye baby Do not you fear Never mind baby Mother is near Wee little fingers Eyes are shut tight Now sound asleep Until morning light.

Rock a bye baby Rock-a-bye, baby On the treetop When the wind blows The cradle will rock If the bough breaks The cradle will fall.

Nursery rhymes are as old as time. Passed from one generation to another, these verses are still the best and the most entertaining way for young children to learn language. Heather Collins's cheerful, animated illustrations of adorable stuffed-toy characters tell the story in this favorite nursery rhyme. Just the right size for infants and toddlers, this sturdy board book with rounded corners is built to withstand a baby's curiosity. It is sure to last -- and be loved -- well beyond the toddler years.