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Jingle-Jingle in My Pocket (Thandi and Nosipho) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-01-15 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:1770098321
LANGUAGE:English

"Part 4? Part 5? I'm somewhere along in my series on strange things you learn from children's books.

Except, there's really nothing so strange in this one....

A little girl breaks her shoes. She needs money. She is encouraged to work for the money. So, she sells chickens and veggies and mends clothes and earns the money. Then, she buys the shoes.

So, we're teaching kids the value of a dollar and hard work? What about elephants sitting on eggs in the tops of trees or pigs figure skating and getting rich? None of that?

I have nothing else to say on this one.
" said.

"Part 4? Part 5? I'm somewhere along in my series on strange things you learn from children's books.

Except, there's really nothing so strange in this one....

A little girl breaks her shoes. She needs money. She is encouraged to work for the money. So, she sells chickens and veggies and mends clothes and earns the money. Then, she buys the shoes.

So, we're teaching kids the value of a dollar and hard work? What about elephants sitting on eggs in the tops of trees or pigs figure skating and getting rich? None of that?

I have nothing else to say on this one.
" said.

"Part 4? Part 5? I'm somewhere along in my series on strange things you learn from children's books.

Except, there's really nothing so strange in this one....

A little girl breaks her shoes. She needs money. She is encouraged to work for the money. So, she sells chickens and veggies and mends clothes and earns the money. Then, she buys the shoes.

So, we're teaching kids the value of a dollar and hard work? What about elephants sitting on eggs in the tops of trees or pigs figure skating and getting rich? None of that?

I have nothing else to say on this one.
" said.

"Part 4? Part 5? I'm somewhere along in my series on strange things you learn from children's books.

Except, there's really nothing so strange in this one....

A little girl breaks her shoes. She needs money. She is encouraged to work for the money. So, she sells chickens and veggies and mends clothes and earns the money. Then, she buys the shoes.

So, we're teaching kids the value of a dollar and hard work? What about elephants sitting on eggs in the tops of trees or pigs figure skating and getting rich? None of that?

I have nothing else to say on this one.
" said.

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