Mother Goose Picture Puzzles

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Marshall Cavendish, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages

It's fun to see a picture and figure out the word it stands for. Some people call this kind of picture puzzle a rebus. Children will have fun guessing some of the words in twenty Mother Goose rhymes. It's not hard! There are clues on every page in Will Hillenbrand's sparkling, imaginative mixed-media artwork!


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User Review  - MarieCasillas - LibraryThing

Characters: Various characters that aim to teach children about manners and civility. Setting: The backdrop for all these stories/nursery rhymes seems to be country/pastoral settings. Theme: recurring ... Read full review

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User Review  - leibrockkr - LibraryThing

The Mother Goose Picture Puzzles is an interesting take on the Mother Goose poems. It goes through each of the poems and in the place of some of the words, there are images. Then, below or to the poem ... Read full review


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About the author (2011)

Will Hillenbrand has illustrated numerous books for children, including "The Last Snake in Ireland" by Sheila MacGill-Callahan and "Wicked Jack" by Connie Nordhielm Wooldridge. He lives in Ohio with his family.

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