Unexpected Poetry #6

In lieu of a thoughtful, well-written post, I bring you a poem from, again, my public library’s announcements. The rhyme scheme is, well, forced at best, but you can’t deny the subject cries out for it. (And seriously, who uses the term “manipulative objects”?)
Happy Thanksgiving to those of you celebrating it!

“Nursery Rhyme Time”

Songs, rhymes and stories
for the very
youngest accompanied by an adult.

Children will be
exposed to a variety
of manipulative objects

such as shakers,
bells, sticks and scarves.
For children 12-24
months.
Please register.

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