A Jack of all Stories
The Sneakiest Jack of all Trades there is
There is this mysterious young boy named Jack who keeps showing up in all the nursery rhyme books in the library. Sometimes he is sneaky and sometimes he makes his appearance right on the cover! See if you can read these books and help us learn more about this tricky character.
In this story, Jack builds a house that causes a whole chain reaction of events that include a variety of characters from a farmer to a cat, and even a maiden!
Jack has even gone and written his own story that causes an even crazier chain reaction with babies, falling eggs, and man-squashing books.
One of Jack's sneakier appearances, he is featured in this book with his sister Jill and then he can be seen showing off his jumping skills around town.
Find these books today
Scieszka, Jon. (1994). The book that Jack wrote. Illus. by Daniel Adel. New York: Viking. Unp.
Rand McNally & Company. (1916). The real mother goose. Unp.
Winter, Jeannette. (2000). The house that Jack built. New York: Dial. Unp.
Note: Image used was retrieved from public domain.