A Zoo Full of Rhymes

A Zoo Full of Rhymes is a collection of whimsical rhymes about creatures, familiar and unusual. When you come to this zoo, you will find exuberant, playful animals, birds, fish, and insects. You’ll meet an agile agouti, learn where the dugong lives and discover how a dik-dik stays cool on a hot African day. You’ll find out what the paca wishes he could eat. In all, there are 38 rhymes to enjoy. More
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About Katharine Stanley-Brown Abbott

Katharine Stanley-Brown Abbott is an editor for newspapers, and newsletters, as well as the writer of two memoirs, three cookbooks, a commemorative book for a women’s social club, and recently, a book of rhymes about Nantucket Island, where she is a third-generation summer resident.

She considers herself a generalist. Her eclectic interests include needlepoint, knitting, cooking, travel, reading, tennis, and life-long volunteerism. She is also an accomplished collage artist whose work has been exhibited and sold in juried shows, art festivals, and open studios.

Abbott is a graduate of Vassar College, the mother of four adult children, and grandmother to five grandchildren. She is widowed and a resident of Manchester, Massachusetts. Find out more at her website:
glassheadbooks.com.

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