Friday, 23 January 2009

Tortoise George End Rhyme

Here's the first draft of the rhyme at the end of Tortoise George. It's intended to be a kind of summary of the story.
I've noticed that a lot of picture books end abruptly, and the ones that work the best have some kind of epilogue, whether a few words or a picture which the parent can use to say a few more words about the story.
Cheese is yellow And tastes nice And when you share It’s twice as nice The same is true With ice cream Share with friends And faces beam When you share Friends share too So pass it on Good for you Copyright (c) Smallfish Books 2009

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