Time stands still for Mother Goose and her world: London Bridge is still falling down, Little Bo-Peep continues to search for her lost sheep, and Old King Cole is as merry an old soul as ever. For the past century, millions of children have met Georgy Porgy, Jack Sprat, Miss Muffet, Humpty Dumpty, an... read more
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Time stands still for Mother Goose and her world: London Bridge is still falling down, Little Bo-Peep continues to search for her lost sheep, and Old King Cole is as merry an old soul as ever. For the past century, millions of children have met Georgy Porgy, Jack Sprat, Miss Muffet, Humpty Dumpty, and other storybook immortals with this classic edition of nursery lore.This new version of The Real Mother Goose retains the marvelous pen-and-watercolor illustrations that enrich every page of the original book. In addition, an exclusive CD recording recaptures the enchanting rhythms of the most famous rhymes. Kids can read along with the CD, or simply listen, or enjoy the book by itself. No child is too young to love these enchanting stories and verses, and no adult is too old to return to the world of Peter Piper or to Sing a Song of Sixpence.
Reprint of the Rand McNally & Co., Chicago, 1916 edition.
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