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Sugar and Snails

This charming twist on a treasured children’s nursery rhyme is ideal for anyone willing to explore what they are made of. Imaginations soar and whimsical new verses prove that girls are more than sugar and spice and that boys can be made of finer stuff than snakes and snails. Two dueling children and their good-humored elderly companion get creative in their attempts to fit unique personalities into neat lines of poetry, with entertaining results and fanciful artwork.

Reviewed by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

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