Here Comes Mother Goose (my Very First Mother Goose)
- Number of Pages: 108
- English (Unknown)
- English (Original Language)
- English (Published)
From the award-winning creators of MY VERY FIRST MOTHER GOOSE, an invitation to the simple joy in addition to the sly humor which are the essence of Mother Goose. Joining them is an array of colorful folk you might not have met before: Mrs. Murphy, for instance, and My Aunt Jane; Freda the American Beauty, Bonny Bobby Shaftoe, and Dusty Bill from Vinegar Hill— each of them nicely worth getting to know, as we're sure you'll agree! Spread the word— here comes Mother Goose— and with her comes an complete procession of best-loved nursery rhyme characters, including Mary Mary Quite Contrary, Simple Simon, Old Mother Hubbard, Little Tommy Tucker, the Queen of Hearts, and several a lot far more.
Ready or not, right here she comes! Soft, appealing watercolors depict a comical menagerie of ducks, bunnies, cats, and guinea pigs, wittily interpreting more than 60 old favorites. Used by permission of Candlewick Press. And as soon as once more the incomparable Rosemary Wells (Max's Bath, Max's Bedtime, Max's Ride) has joined Opie to enchant young readers as the two blend ancient verse with fresh new pictures. That clever, mischievous, loving matriarch with the nursery knows more verses and ditties than you can shake a stick at. Copyright 1999 by Rosemary Wells. No new parent should be with no this indispensable treasure. On the heels of her first award-winning collection, My Very First Mother Goose, world-renowned folklorist Iona Opie brings together nonetheless far much more of her never-ending supply of childhood verse. (Click to view a sample spread.) (Baby to preschool) --Emilie Coulter From the familiar"Peter, Peter, Pumpkin Eater"and"Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush"to the more obscure"I'm Dusty Bill from Vinegar Hill,"this lovely, good-humored collection of nursery rhymes is sure to find a place on the shelf of classics.
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