A Jolly Good Book


Oh, for a nook and a story-book,
With tales both new and old;
For a jolly good book whereon to look
Is better to me than gold.

(Old English Song)

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3 Responses to “A Jolly Good Book”

  1. hannah Says:

    i was wanting to know if there are any hand claping with each other nuersery rymes i remember a few from when i grew up in cambridge england.

  2. Jason Pomerantz Says:

    I wonder if this is where Barnes and Noble got the name for their e-reader?

  3. Lisa Says:

    You can find a bunch of hand-clapping rhymes at this page below…

    They’re marked as such! Does this help?

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