Sterling Publishing Company, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 125 pages
Pat-a-Cake,” Simple Simon,” Rock-a-bye, Baby:” these and the many other rhymes that make upMother Goose have become almost as much a staple of child-rearing as the rattle and the bottle. Little ones love its mix of lullabies and limericks, humor and sing-song verse, and they learn from it too. Gyo Fujikawa brought her inimitable style to this version, which features a mix of enchanting line drawings and warm color pictures. Adorable mice, led by a duck in uniform, man the boat in I Saw a Ship a-Sailing.” A multicultural group of children circle round The Mulberry Bush.” And The Three Kittens” have never been cuter. Fujikawa has succeeded in creating a truly magical world for kids to enter.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - TaylorOgne - LibraryThing
This is a great traditional story about a mother and a mother goose. This story has many care taking characters and teaches kids how to nurture. The reason i like this book is because the mother ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - A.Smith - LibraryThing
This is one of the best Mother Goose book. The pictures are so colorful and cute. I read this to my nieces and they absolutely loved it. When we got to "I see the moon" she would start to tear up and ... Read full review