Tomie DePaola's Mother Goose

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Putnam, 1985 - Juvenile Fiction - 127 pages
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Since its original publication in 1985, Tomie dePaola’s Mother Goose has become a staple on children’s bookshelves everywhere, and features over two hundred Mother Goose rhymes charmingly illustrated by one of today’s most beloved artists. This special anniversary edition includes a framable print with brand-new art and an author’s note from Tomie, and is sure to continue as a family favorite for generations to come.

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I loved the illustrations throughout this book. - Goodreads
His pictures have a softness about them that I love. - Goodreads
Brightly colored illustrations. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Dellisantec - Goodreads

With over 200 stories such as Gorgie Porgie Puddin Pie, Old Mother Hubbard, and Little Miss Muffet, this colorful book of rhymes, poems, and stories is one of dePaola's bests. With illustrations on ... Read full review

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User Review  - Ashley Adams - Goodreads

1. Picture Book- Mother Goose 2. This book reiterates the age-old classics of the tales of Mother Goose in a fresh, upbeat way. 3. Critique: a. The most important element of this book is the beauty of ... Read full review


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About the author (1985)

Tomie dePaola is the acclaimed author and/or illustrator of more than 200 books for children, including New York Times bestseller Brava, Strega Nona!, Newbery Honor winner 26 Fairmount Avenue and Caldecott Honor winner Strega Nona. Among his many awards and honors, he has received the Smithson Medal and the Regina Medal, and was designated a “living treasure” by the state of New Hampshire. He is the first author known primarily for children's book writing to be awarded the Sarah Josepha Hale Award, a prestigious distinction given to New England writers. He lives in New London, New Hampshire.

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