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by Tony Kenyon
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    Tony Kenyon
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    Ted Smart (1994)
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Original Fiction & Literature Book. Pat-a-Cake by Tony Kenyon (1998, Board Book).

The exciting new baby and pre-school list from Hachette Children's Group. Here at Pat-a-Cake we're big believers in sharing books and stories with babies from birth. Our First Baby Days series is ideal for sharing with very young babies and each book has been specially developed to stimulate developing eysight and to entertain your child during tummy time.

Pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake, baker's man", "Pat-a-cake", "patty-cake" or "pattycake" is one of the oldest and most widely known surviving English nursery rhymes. It has a Roud Folk Song Index number of 6486. Pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake, baker's man. Bake me a cake as fast as you can. Pat it, and prick it, and mark it with "B". And put it in the oven for Baby and me!

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This book is small enough for toddlers to hold with ease, and is made with heavy cardboard, instead of the normal pages of other books - easier for kids to turn the pages. My daughters loved this when they were two years old, and occasionally they like to read it again just for memories. The illustrations are great, and entertaining for young readers. The book is an excellent book for new readers to start with, as it has few words, and easy for them to build their confidence.
While the pictures are wonderful, the poetry doesn't flow. Some pages have only two words on it causing unnatural delays in the familiar nursery rhyme while turning pages. Sometimes, my quick fingers are able to turn pages fast enough to keep up but then we don't get enough time to look at each picture. My not-quite-two-year-old loves it, though.