[Published by Nosy Crow]
We have a new contender for the position of rhyme-minister. Way back in September, Juliette MacIver set the bar pretty high with her picture book, The Moose and the Goose, featuring 25 words that rhymed with moose (I will admit to being pretty generous with my definition of the word “rhyme”).
With much anticipation today I am going to see if Ross Collins has created a new winner with There’s a bear on my chair. Here goes…
bear, chair, share, spare, pair, glare, unaware, there, flair, leisurewear, hair, pear, lair, scare, underwear, care, rare, aware, declare, despair, fair, where.
So close Ross, so close.
That list of rhyming words makes an intriguing review all on its own, so I guess my job is done for the day. See you all tomorrow.
Check out There’s a bear on my chair at Auckland Libraries.
Or buy There’s a Bear on My Chair from Fishpond.