Read, Read, Read a Book

As I was packing for Girl Scout Camp, my father, a Boy Scout leader, found a Cub Scout book that helps plan den meetings. As I was looking through the book, I stumbled upon a song called Read, Read, Read a Book and Here’s a Book. A song based off of the tune of Row, Row, Row, Your Boat. I figured this song would be a great song to share with you and all the other libraries! So I hope you enjoy!

Read, read, read a book.

Tune: Row, Row, Row, Your Boat

Exercise your mind.
Fat books, tall book,
Thin or small books:
Adventure you will find.
Be a knight, of old,
Dressed in shiny armor.
Be a high-flyin’ astronaut,
And chase a meteor.
Be a wizard bold,
Mixing magic potions.
Be a speedy soccer star,
And keep the ball in motion.
Repeat first verse

Here’s a Book

Tune: Bingo

Here’s a book that you can read,
And lean some great new stuff.
R-E-A-D, READ!
R-E-A-D, READ!
R-E-A-D, READ!
And lean some great new stuff.
2nd time: clap-E-A-D, READ!
3rd time: clapclap-A-D, READ!
4th time: clapclapclap-D, READ!
5th time: clapclapclapclap, READ!
6th time: clapclapclapclapclap

Hope you enjoy! Maybe, you can use this at your next Summer Reading or Story Time!

Small Town Librarian ♥

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