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READ KINDLE â Jiggle Joggle Jee! ¶ Be prepared Reading this book is addictive Read it once and you have to read it again Read it twice and you want to read it again Read it three times and you know it by heart Whatever your age, you will find yourself chanting it wherever you go So get on board this is an unforgettable train ride, and the ticket is in your hand For storytimes, parents can bounce their babies on their laps everytime we say jiggle joggle and the kids can make the ting sound for the bells. Originally entitled The Baby Goes to Boston, this children s poem from late nineteenth early twentieth century author Laura E Richards it was included in her 1902 collection, Tirra Lirra Rhymes Old and New has been made into a picture book, with colorful pencil and watercolor artwork by English illustrator Sam Williams A rhythmic celebration of a train, a baby, and the journey they make real imaginary together, Jiggle Joggle Jee takes it title from the poem s refrain meant to si Originally entitled The Baby Goes to Boston, this children s poem from late nineteenth early twentieth century author Laura E Richards it was included in her 1902 collection, Tirra Lirra Rhymes Old and New has been made into a picture book, with colorful pencil and watercolor artwork by English illustrator Sam Williams A rhythmic celebration of a train, a baby, and the journey they make real imaginary together, Jiggle Joggle Jee takes it title from the poem s refrain meant to simulate the sounds of a train on the tracks , and provides an entertaining bedtime book.I was excited to see that my library had this picture book, as I have recently become quite interested in Richards work I read her five volumeHildegardeseries recently, and hope to do the same with herMargaretseries most of which is out of print, and no longer circulating in public libraries I can t say it was especially thrilling, but it was a fun little piece, and I appreciated the ways in which Williams artwork expanded the story, making it as much a journey of the imagination, as an actual train trip Wonderful story to read aloud I used this book for a 3 year old storytime and was able to keep a steady rhythm for the children to bounce with while I was reading Its so much fun, and would be a great bedtime lullaby. made up words, not as fun are easy to pronounce compared to Seuss Positive Words are big and bold for kids to see during story time.