Dan Yaccarino's Mother Goose

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Random House, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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POPULAR ILLUSTRATOR DAN Yaccarino brings his unique style to the familiar realm of Mother Goose. His witty, bold graphics, set in the city, give the rhymes a fresh perspective. In this lush jacketed hardcover edition, Little Miss Muffet flips her curds and whey when she meets a spider at the diner, and Mary’s little lamb hails a cab to follow Mary to school!


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Dan Yaccarino’s Mother Goose by Dan Yaccarino Children’s Picture Book Review Yaccarino, Dan. Dan Yaccarino’s Mother Goose . New York: Random House, 2004. Characters: Mother Goose and people from the ... Read full review

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This is a great book of Mother Goose Rhymes, from a different angle. The illustrations definitely make the rhymes funny for those who read. With slight variation from the standard rhymes, it still conveys the classics. Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Dan Yaccarino is an artist, writer, and producer who has created many wonderful books in the trade (Hyperion, Harper) as well as his own animated television series, Oswald. A devoted collector of vintage Golden Books, he says his art style was greatly influenced by both Mary Blair and Tibor Gergely, both prominent Golden Books illustrators. He lives in New York City with his wife and two young children.


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