The Jessie Willcox Smith Mother Goose
Cherished for their sensitive and detailed depictions of children, the works of Jessie Willcox Smith are some of the most recognized and remembered images of youth for adults today. One of America's foremost book and magazine illustrators of the early twentieth century, Smith saw in children a unique quality of innocence that she brilliantly portrayed
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This is a collection of hundreds of Mother Goose rhymes, including several different versions of each. It was released from the Project Gutenberg library in 2007. There are cute, old-fashioned line ... Read full review
Love the book, but "D was fat Dick"?! In a kids book?! Come on , common sense, we don't need to encourage fat-shaming or vulgarity in today's world. Time for an update that makes sense for this century's children.