The worlds of nursery rhymes and Singapore hawker food collide in this book. Dive into fractured nursery rhymes with a local twist, featuring Singapore hawker food.
Imagine Humpty Dumpty enjoying kaya toast, Jack and Jill grilling satay on a hill and the three blind mice eating chicken rice at the hawker centre. Wouldn't that be a funny sight?
Cheeky illustrations highlight aspects of Singapore hawker culture that children will have fun identifying. Young readers (and not so young ones) can sing or read these hawker food rhymes and follow the familiar rhythms, while naming the well-loved hawker fare that appear in the rhymes.
- Sing a Song of Hawker Food
- Roll, Roll Prata Dough
- Humpty Dumpty's Breakfast
- Itsy Bitsy Spider's Slip
- Making Kueh Tutu
- This Little Piggy
- Are You Eating Roti John?
- Three Blind Mice Eat Chicken Rice
- Mary Had a Little Dessert
- Jack and Jill Have a Barbeque
- Fishball Mee for Dinner
- Baa Baa Black Sheep's Special Order
- Old King Koh
- Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Light