"Good practice for novices, who may want to make up their own rhymed, comical situations. (Easy reader. 4-8)"
On each double spread of this amusing very easy reader, Stadler links three rhyming words in a brief sentence and illustrates the silly results, some of which are funnier than others: ``A goat in a coat sails a boat'' is predictable, but ``A crab tries to grab a cab'' is worth a chuckle when he appears on a city street with a briefcase.
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