Mother Goose's Little Treasures
Iona Archibald Opie
Candlewick Press, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 52 pages
The world’s most respected Mother Goose folklorist reunites with one of the great illustrators of our time to present a rare selection of rhymes to share and treasure.
From the far reaches of shared memory come these charming but little-known nursery rhymes, mysterious tidbits of lore brought back to shining life by the shared talents of the two most beloved Mother Goose treasurers, Iona Opie and Rosemary Wells. MOTHER GOOSE'S LITTLE TREASURES is a gem in itself, allowing the littlest listeners — and the most discerning collectors — to discover a selection of marvelous rare nursery rhymes made new again.
From the Introduction:
These rhymes are a confirmation that though we must live in the real world, we need to know the way to another world, where there are no limits and nothing is certain. . . .
Just turn the pages, and look and listen, and say, as I do, Oh yes, oh yes, of course!
— Iona Opie
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ptnguyen - LibraryThing
Part B/beginning/mother goose This third collection by Opie and Wells of Mother Goose includes 22 less-familiar nursery rhymes with characters we have not met before. These characters include the wee ... Read full review
Review: Mother Goose's Little Treasures (Mother Goose Series)User Review - Jenny - Goodreads
This has the sweetest illustrations. Read full review