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
Category: Juvenile Fiction
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.
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!
Author: Nate Evans
Category: Juvenile Fiction
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.
An illustrated collection of Mother Goose nursery rhymes, including well-known ones such as "Bah, Bah, Black Sheep" and "Little Boy Blue" and less familiar ones such as "Doctor Foster went to Gloucester" and "When clouds appear like rocks ...
Author: Arnold Lobel
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
An illustrated collection of Mother Goose nursery rhymes, including well-known ones such as "Bah, Bah, Black Sheep" and "Little Boy Blue" and less familiar ones such as "Doctor Foster went to Gloucester" and "When clouds appear like rocks and towers."
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light on all this . SUGAR : Mother Goose ? Not on the menu . ... We decided our
best bet was to check out Mother Goose's house . ( LIGHTS COME UP on the ...
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Category: Child development
Includes music (mostly songs with piano accompaniment).
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Wauwatosa with a stop at the Homewood ... futsuomo Open land surrounded the
tiny " Mother Goose House , " so named by Glenn Realty when they built it in
1928 at ...
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
First called Hart's Mills, after its founder Charles Hart who settled here in 1835, early Wauwatosa resembled a New England village, complete with a commons. Its first pioneers were Yankees and New Yorkers, later joined by Germans who would mold the growing community. Wauwatosa became the most highly developed, unincorporated settlement in Milwaukee County. It attained a degree of sophistication with its commercial mix of mills, a pickle factory, inns, modest businesses, and nearby stone quarries and breweries. Vital links to Milwaukee in 1851, the Watertown Plank Road and the state's first railroad through the village center to Waukesha, enhanced this development. In 1852, the County Board selected a site nearby for its poor farm. Wauwatosa incorporated as a village in 1892, attaining city status in 1897. The streetcar of the 1890s and the automobile fueled residential growth. Wauwatosa became known as the "City of Homes." In the 1950s, Wauwatosa tripled in size with final annexations and was transformed into a major center of commercial and industrial development, while retaining large public green spaces, parkways, and recreational sites.
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Publisher: Golden Books
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Traditional Mother Goose rhymes set in the city, such as when Mary's little lamb hails a cab to follow her to school.
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and Mother Goose;or, the Golden Egg!: A Comic ... Scene two takesplace at Mother Goose's house in the forest, with anowl and the moon both serving as
Author: Jeri Studebaker
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
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.