It's a Mini-House Book that's a Shoe! Mother Goose's House brings to life ten traditional Mother Goose rhymes-for a whole new lapful of readers. Selection of the Children's Book-of-the-Month Club. 276,000 copies in print.
Author: Peter Lippman
Publisher: Workman Publishing Company
Colorful, chunky, irresistible. Peter Lippman's 2.2-million-copy-bestselling Mini-House series is a hit with kids and adults alike. You pick one up. You hold it. You turn it around. You peer inside the windows, and then you pop the latch, opening the door to the story-and to a child's imagination. It's a Mini-House Book that's a Shoe! Mother Goose's House brings to life ten traditional Mother Goose rhymes-for a whole new lapful of readers. Selection of the Children's Book-of-the-Month Club. 276,000 copies in print.
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Author: Nate Evans
Join Mother Goose and her band of nursery rhyme characters as they jump to the rescue in this rhyming picture book celebrating the heroism of firefighters! DING-DONG! Alarm bells chime in Mother Goose's House of Rhyme! Welcome to Mother Goose's House of Rhyme, where a team of firefighting nursery rhyme characters are ready to leap into the action! When the Queen of Hearts's bakery goes up in flame, Chief Mother Goose, The Five Little Piggies, Mary and her little lamb, and the rest of the team are on the case. With fun, rhyming text, and featuring classic nursery rhyme characters, Mother Goose to the Rescue is the perfect way to celebrate firefighters everywhere.
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Author: Jeri Studebaker
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
Who was Mother Goose? Where did she come from, and when? Although she’s one of the most beloved characters in Western literature, Mother Goose’s origins have seemed lost in the mists of time. Several have tried to pin her down, claiming she was the mother of Charlemagne, the wife of Clovis (King of the Franks), the Queen of Sheba, or even Elizabeth Goose of Boston, Massachusetts. Others think she’s related to mysterious goose-footed statues in old French churches called “Queen Pedauque.” This book delves deeply into the surviving evidence for Mother Goose’s origins – from her nursery rhymes and fairy tales as well as from relevant historical, mythological, and anthropological data. Until now, no one has ever confidently identified this intriguing yet elusive literary figure. So who was the real Mother Goose? The answer might surprise you.
This is the cat, That killed the rat, That ate the malt That lay in the house that Jack built. This is the dog, That worried the cat, That killed the rat, That ate the malt That lay in the house that Jack built.
Publisher: First Avenue Editions ™
The identity of Mother Goose may remain a mystery, but the timeless appeal of the fairy tales and nursery rhymes associated with this cherished imaginary author has lasted for generations of young readers. This collection includes more than three hundred of Mother Goose's best-known and best-loved nursery rhymes for children. Here, Humpty Dumpty has a great fall, Jack and Jill go up the hill, and the dish runs away with the spoon. Peter Piper picks a peck of pickled peppers, little Miss Muffet sits on a tuffet, and Mother Goose herself rides through the air on a very fine gander. Also included are favorites such as "Three Blind Mice," "Little Bo-Peep," "Hot Cross-Buns," and "Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary." This collection, taken from the 1916 copyright edition, features charming full-color illustrations by Blanche Fisher Wright.
Originally published in different form as The Giant Golden Mother Goose by Golden Press, Inc., New York, in 1948. Golden Books, A Golden Book, and the G colophon are registered trademarks of Penguin Random House LLC. randomhousekids.com ...
Author: Alice Provensen
Publisher: Golden Books
A Golden classic, proudly reissued in celebration of the 75th anniversary of Golden Books! Every home needs a book of Mother Goose rhymes! They’re a child’s introduction to poetry and a love of language. This Golden Books edition, originally published in 1948, features over a hundred lively rhymes and splendid illustrations by Caldecott Medalists Alice and Martin Provensen. The original artwork has been digitally restored for this edition—resulting in a stunning, best-ever reproduction! It makes a beautiful gift for a beloved child, sure to be read again and again.
Old Mother Goose, When she wanted to wander, Would ride through the air On a very fine gander. Mother Goose had a house, It was built in a wood. An owl at the door As a porter stood. She had a son Jack, A plain-looking lad.
Author: Susie Brooks
Publisher: Silver Dolphin Books
Enjoy a modern take on Mother Goose in this beautifully illustrated book with an embossed cover. From “Hey Diddle, Diddle” to “Pat-a-Cake” to “Humpty Dumpty,” little ones will be introduced to nursery rhyme favorites in Mother Goose’s Classic Nursery Rhymes. This collection features modern illustrations for a new take on classic nursery rhymes. This oversized, stunning collection includes more than 130 nursery rhymes paired with bright illustrations to be treasured by parents and children alike.