The Foot Book by Dr. Seuss
This is another book that I salute for having a rhythm that is perfectly suited to its content. Like Chugga-Chugga Choo Choo by Kevin Lewis, which has the rhythm of a train, this book about feet has a "marching" rhythm.
Here is how it begins:
Feet in the day
Feet in the night
Doesn't it sound like marching? I think so anyway.
It goes on:
Here come clown feet!
(My husband likes to say "Broken arm clown feet" for that last line because Seuss has taken some artistic liberties on one of the clown's elbows...)
I happen to like crazy elbows!
Anyway, bravo, Seuss! Another brilliant book.