Tomie DePaola's Mother Goose
Putnam, 1985 - Juvenile Fiction - 127 pages
Since its original publication in 1985, Tomie dePaola’s Mother Goose has become a staple on children’s bookshelves everywhere, and features over two hundred Mother Goose rhymes charmingly illustrated by one of today’s most beloved artists. This special anniversary edition includes a framable print with brand-new art and an author’s note from Tomie, and is sure to continue as a family favorite for generations to come.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
a-gallop A-sailing A-tishoo Banbury began to cry blue Bonny Bobby Shaftoe bread butter Cat goes fiddle-i-fee chook cold and frosty Cow goes moo crooked dame dance diddle doodle doo Duck goes quack eggs fast as legs fiddlers three fiddling stick fife flew frosty morning going to buy Goose goes swishy gruffy Hen goes chimmy-chuck house And stole hree Jack Jill jolly little lady legs could run Little Bo-peep little pig looking-glass marry mee-ow merry old soul mice mittens Mother dear Mother Goose mouse mulberry bush naughty old woman Papa's going petticoat pieman Pig goes griffy poor dog pretty maid promised he'd bring purr-r pussy rain ride Shaftoe's Sheep goes baa shoe Simple Simon sing sixpence sleep spent a penny Sukey take Taffy Taffy's house tail tarts three little kittens trot Uance wash our clothes wash our hands wife wind yonder tree