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Alphabet Animals


A for the Animals drawn in this book.

Please take just a moment and have a wee look.

B for the Bear you might find in our zoos

and C is for Cow who just eats and then moos.

Have you ever seen a Deer pulling a plow?

 

or a big Elephant kneel down and bow?

 

or the little green Froggy who sits on a fern?

 

Graduation you get when you bother to learn.

 

H is for Horsie who runs fast and then jumps.

 

When small Insects bite you, you come up in lumps.

 

J is for Jaguar whose sharp teeth go chop.

 

K for the Kangaroo going hoppity hop.

 

L for the Lion who let out a roar when the

 

little Mouse pulled a big thorn from his paw.

 

N is for Numbat who loves bread and jam

 

O for the Otter who'd rather eat clam.

 

P for the Pig who goes oink and not bark

 

and Q for the Question that goes with this mark.

 

R is the Rabbit that people call bunny

 

and S for the Squirell who eats nuts and honey.

 

T for the Tiger who hunts other creatures.

 

A horn is just one of the Unicorn's features.

 

V is for Vixen, a nice lady fox

 

here's Willy the Wombat who lives in a box.

X, Animals crossing so please take more care.

A Yak is a cow thing with long shaggy hair.

Z for the Zebra with stripes white and black

and nice little birds like to sit on it's back.



© Robin A. Cartledge 2001

     

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