Nothing rhymes with Orange! Poor Orange feels left out and mopes about as the other fruit parade around singing their verses—“Sigh. I’m just gonna hang out on the next page.” The other fruit, “feeling rotten, ‘cause there’s someone they’ve forgotten” come up with a rhyme to ensure Orange feels involved in the fun: “It’s the orange. He’s really smorange. There’s no one quite as smorange as orange…totally awesome in every way.” A smart and silly read-aloud that underscores the importance of inclusion.
Laugh out loud with Adam Rex. He certainly has a way with words. What can YOU rhyme with orange? Have fun reading this book with your kids or grandkids.
Poor Orange! This beautifully, illustrated poetry book finds rhymes for lychee and kiwi but the apple finally comes up with a rhyme for orange.
Great lessons through simple rhymes about fruit and nutrition. There is one very important topic about how the orange feels it does not belong and is different.
Cute techniques of story telling that adults will enjoy!
Adam Rex's "Nothing rhymes with Orange," is a read aloud picture book which is sure to be a children's favourite. It will strike a chord with you the reader too because it touches on the topic of feeling left out. The book is well written, amusing and yet poignant and has a happy ending which children are sure to love. A must for every child on your gift list.
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