Vernon Grant's Mother Goose
This all-new, charming collection pairs 23 of the most popular Mother Goose rhymes with the enchanting illustrations of Vernon Grant (1902-1990), the artist best known as the creator of "Snap!, Crackle!", and "Pop!", the cheerful characters who made Kellogg's Rice Krispies a best-selling breakfast cereal. 27 color illustrations.
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Vernon Grant Artist and Illustrator
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