Things that go together poem

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things that go together poem

Some Things Go Together by Charlotte Zolotow

One of my favorites. I have a different edition than pictured here - illustrated by Karen Gundersheimer.

5* art
5* poem

An example of how some childrens books are simply perfection. I know this is a spoiler, but I am going to include the poem because it is wonderful.

Some Things Go Together

Peace with dove
Home with love
Gardens with flowers
Clocks with hours
Moths with screen
Grass with green
Leaves with tree
and you with me

Witch with broom
Bowl with spoon
Mountains with high
Birds with fly
Pigeons with park
Stars with dark
Sand with sea
and you with me

Music with dance
Horses with prance
Hats with heads
Pillows with beds
Franks with beans
Kings with queens
Lions with zoo
and me with you

White with snow
Wind with blow
Moon with night
Sun with light
Sky with blue

As you can imagine, there is an illustration for each line - which makes this book the perfect partnership of artist and author.

File Name: things that go together
Size: 26121 Kb
Published 29.11.2018

Objects that Go Together

Enjoy the poem read by their adorable son: Some Things Go Together, by Charlotte Zolotow. Pairs of things that go together: Pigeons with park.
Charlotte Zolotow

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    Some Things Go Together by Charlotte Zolotow wedding reading for children - this is simple and sweet for a child to read at wedding ceremony.

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