There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly Board book
by Pam Adams
Illustrated by Pam Adams
Part of the Classic Books with Holes Cover series
Forty years after its first publication this much-loved Child's Play classic is as popular as ever.
Ingenious die-cut holes bring this iconic nursery rhyme to life, and Pam Adams' fabulous illustrations lend humour and vibrancy to the proceedings.
Bouncy images, innovative die cutting and favourite rhymes make Books with Holes a must for every child.
Available in three formats, suitable for babies, toddlers, pre-schoolers and the nursery or classroom.
- Format: Board book
- Pages: 14 pages, 14 colour illustrations
- Publisher: Child's Play International Ltd
- Publication Date: 01/09/2000
- Category: Baby books
- ISBN: 9780859537278
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Review by tripleblessings
Illustrated by Pam Adams. The board book has holes in the pages, to show the old lady's stomach filling up with more and more creatures. Good for a family sing-along.
Review by conuly
We don't pull this one out often enough, probably because I prefer to sing the song :)It's very cleverly designed - every page you turn, you can see how the old woman is cramming more and more animals into her belly until the horse fills it entirely - then she's dead, of course! (And that's precisely why one should never swallow a horse.)
Review by mcprice
This is fun book that most students will enjoy. There is an old lady and she starts swallowing different things around her. It does repeat alot, it builds up to the new thing that was just swallowed and ask the same question at the end. The pictures in this book are amazing. And children will find it funny.
Review by clmattox
This is just a classic book. It is useful for teaching sequencing in the classroom. You can see the animals in the woman's stomach as she eats them. The words are not written in the traditional line form. In this book, they are written in more of a blob form. This makes it fun to read.
Review by lmeza
We liked this book especially because it was repetitive and it had a sequence to it. What my daughter loved the most and was curious about were the holes on each page to show what was inside of the old lady's tummy.