Arabic Rhymes for Children: Songs with Hand Signs: This Is the Way Fish Swim (Arabic Nursery Rhymes) (Arabic) Board book – 2010
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BOOK ONE "This is the Way Fish Swims" are Arabic Nursery Rhymes with hand gestures to go with the music. The Audio CD (32 Rhymes) IS AVAILABLE if you buy the set of all 3 books. Classic children's Arabic nursery rhymes all in one Board Book encourage parents and children to sing and use gestures to learn the Arabic Rhymes. This Book will fill up your house laughter. *Poems and Rhymes come from all over the Middle East and Arab World.
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