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This is unique collection of Famous English Rhymes with catchy music for babies and children. You can play a rhyme starting from a rhyme of your choice or play all the availables rhyme in pre-defined order.
You can launch the skill with phrases like “Alexa, open famous rhymes” or “Alexa, ask famous rhymes to play ‘any’ rhyme”, “Alexa, ask famous rhymes to tell me ‘twinkletwinkle’ rhyme”. You should be able to Pause & Resume the playing rhyme and also navigate between Next and Previous rhymes.
Currently available famous rhymes are: JohnyJohny – “Johny Johny Yes Pappa” BaaBaaBlacksheep – “Baa Baa Black Sheep” TwinkleTwinkle – “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” HickoryDickory – “Hickory Dickory Dock” Alphabet – “A B C D E F G” OneTwo – “One Two Buckle My Shoe” HumptyDumpty – “Humpty Dumpty Sat On a Wall” JackAndJill – “Jack and Jill Went Up The Hill” DingDong – “Ding Dong Bell” ChubbyCheeks – “Chubby Cheeks Dimple Chin” Mary – “Mary Had Little Lamb” JingleBells – “Jingle Bells Jingle Bells” Birthday – “Happy Birthday" Pussycat - "Pussycat Pussycat Where Have You Been" RainRain - "Rain Rain Go Away" RingaRinga - "Ringa Ringa Roses" TeddyBear - "Teddy Bear Teddy Bear" McDonald - "Old McDonald"