Welcome to House with the Light Books!

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YOU CAN READ EXCERPTS FROM ALL OUR BOOKS by clicking on the links below.

THE HOUSE WITH THE LIGHT

THE FRIENDLY GIRAFFE

HOW MANY IS A HUNDRED?

Here’s a little more information to help you find what you want:

All books in this series are written in meter and rhyme and are suitable for boys and girls from early toddlerhood through late childhood. Little ones love their colorful pictures and lilting cadences, while older children appreciate their rhyme schemes and rich literary content. Enjoyable for parents, too.

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THE HOUSE WITH THE LIGHT is a bedtime book about the activities that take place from close of day to falling asleep at night. Selections include: “I Wonder Where the Sparrow Flies,” “The Rustling Trees,” “My Faithful Puppy Dog,”  “Stars in My Sky,” and “The Train That Goes By in the Night.” Paperback, 8.25×8.25″, 36 pages, 17 original color illustrations.

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THE FRIENDLY GIRAFFE AND OTHER RHYMES is a daytime book about thinking, doing, feeling, imagining, and exploring God’s wonderful world. Selections include: “Uncle Tall and Auntie Small” (about favorite relatives), “Figure It Out!,” “When Vicki Comes A-Calling” (about a disabled friend), and “The Williwaw.” Paperback, 8.25×8.25″, 36 pages, 16 original color illustrations.

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HOW MANY IS A HUNDRED? consists of 100 short rhymes about a variety of subjects, both serious and humorous. Great for young attention spans or new readers. Selections include: “Big Jobs,” “Camping Sleep,” “Honesty,” “Grandma’s Button Box,” “Thrift,” “Let’s Turn Off the TV,” and “Taking My Snake for a Walk.” Paperback, 8.25×8.25″, 32 pages, 8 original color illustrations.

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THE HOUSE WITH THE LIGHT: THE SET consists of all three books in their entirety within one volume for a special lower price.
Paperback, 8.25×8.25″, 96 pages, 41 original color illustrations.

THANKS FOR VISITING!
Copyright Marylou Barry and Michelle Sellers. All rights reserved.

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