Fun, fun, fun!
It starts with one monkey, a drum, and a thumb. Then the fun begins with banging the drum with both hands. But it does not stop. A few more friends are joining with drums, and it becomes better. But then a lot more of the clan join with more exciting instruments, and the drums sound even better.
We picked this book for its Suess-styled illustrations. The book can be a super fun song in a classroom while learning some tongue-twisting phrases. In addition, the pictures are bright and exciting for young readers.
Hand, Hand, Fingers, Thumb by Al Perkins is a fun read-aloud rhyme that will make children dance and roll.
Originally published: 1969
Author: Al Perkins
Illustrator: Eric Gurney
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