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Showcasing Traditional Nursery Rhymes & Some With a Twist...

Take a Journey with Mother Goose

Come and explore these wicked nursery rhymes! View the two traditional versions of mother goose nursery rhymes and enjoy the two twists of the traditional versions! Also, all title pages of the books are pictured with our very own mother goose!
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Historical Version of Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes--Traditional #1

Skate right into reading this captivating traditional version first, and compare this to the two other nursery rhyme "twists"! Take a peek at all of the funny illustrations as well!


Below is a link where you can read an online version of Denslow's Mother Goose.

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References

Denslow, William. (1901). Denslow's Mother Goose. Illus. William Denslow. New York: McClure, Phillips. 1-102.


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Hobermann, Mary Ann. (2005). Very short Mother Goose tales to read together. Illus. Michael Emberley. New York: Little, Brown and Company. 1-32.


Miranda, Anne. (1997). To market, to market. Illus. Janet Stevens. New York: Harcourt Brace & Company. Unp.


Opie, Iona. (1999). Here comes Mother Goose. Illus. Rosemary Wells. Massachusetts: Candlewick Press. 1-107.

Ask Mrs. Jamie Docs!

  1. Do you have a question about these books?
  2. Are you looking for more Mother Goose tales to read?
  3. Have you enjoyed these nursery rhymes and want to discuss what you have read?


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