Here is the first one:
"If a duckling grows and becomes a duck, can a car grow and become...a truck"
The car half page ingeniously opens into a full page, and the cutout of the car wheel is also the back wheel of an apple truck.
Readers will love predicting how each phrase ends and thinking of things they can use in a similar pattern of words.
So, I wanted to use this close-up of an alpaca that was patiently allowing so many State Fair visitors to pet it, but I can find nothing to end my rhyme. The rhyming dictionary only has words that end in the -ack sound, not the -acka or -aca sound! I did learn the term for a baby alpaca though.
If a cria grows and becomes an alpaca, can a _____ grow and become...a ___________.