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Whatever the culture a child belongs to, whatever the flag he or she lives under, this is the place to find the lyrics to kids songs, in English and in the original languages!
gift given from a merchant to a customer who's buying
something. "Lagniappe" comes from the Quechua word "yapa".
We have some restaurants near us that give dessert as a
lagniappe. It produces a kind of "oooh" effect when you
receive it, precisely because you weren't expecting it (and
don't have to pay for it!).
sailing in the sky in a wooden shoe and fishing for the
stars. The names "Wynken", "Blynken" and "Nod" represent a
child's sleepy eyes and head. The wooden shoe symbolizes
his bed. He dreams of the stars while his mother sings him
to sleep. This lovely poem deserves a place in every
child's nighttime routine.
The famous children poet Eugene Field wrote this poem in...
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