Wordsworth Editions, 1994 - Juvenile Fiction - 124 pages
Traditional rhymes and stories have been collected under the wing of Mother Goose for centuries and this collection of favourite nursery rhymes has been put together by the famous illustrator Arthur Rackham.
It is a wonderful collection of old favourites from Jack and Jill, Baa, Baa, Black Sheep and Who Killed Cock Robin? to comic alphabets and the fearful fate of Anthony Rowley.
It is illustrated with Rackham's beautiful pen and ink drawings, and is one of his finest books.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - klordy66 - LibraryThing
Use with a variety of elementary grade levels. Young children will love hearing the nursery rhymes. Older children may use for plays. This book contains a plethora of traditional nursery rhymes with ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - PatrickNavas - LibraryThing
Although only a year apart in terms of publication, Hilda Offen’s illustrations in A Treasury of Mother Goose are not quite as appealing as dePaola’s. Oddly, about half the book’s illustrations are in ... Read full review