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The Real Mother Goose. by Blanche Fisher Wright (Illustrator).

The Real Mother Goose book. This is the Real Mother Goose collection of traditional nursery rhymes, originally published in 1916, with original illustrations by Blanche Fisher Wright

The Real Mother Goose book. This is the Real Mother Goose collection of traditional nursery rhymes, originally published in 1916, with original illustrations by Blanche Fisher Wright. There was a little girl who had a little curl Right in the middle of her forehead; When she was good, she was very, very good, And when she was bad she was horrid. May 19, 2012 Flory rated it really liked it.

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Title: The Real Mother Goose. Author: Illustrated by Blanche Fisher Wright. Produced by Suzanne Shell, Ben Courtney and PG Distributed Proofreaders. The real mother goose. Illustrated by Blanche Fisher Wright.

The identity of Mother Goose may remain a mystery, but the timeless appeal of the fairy tales and nursery .

The identity of Mother Goose may remain a mystery, but the timeless appeal of the fairy tales and nursery rhymes associated with this cherished imaginary author has lasted for generations of young readers. This collection includes more than three hundred of Mother Goose's best-known and best-loved nursery rhymes for children. Here, Humpty Dumpty has a great fall, Jack and Jill go up the hill, and the dish runs away with the spoon.

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Black Mother Goose Book by Elizabeth Murphy Oliver (1969). The Real Mother Goose illustrated by Blanche Fisher Wright. The Only True Mother Goose Melodies (Anonymous). Mother Goose in Prose by L. Frank Baum. Christian Mother Goose by Marjorie Ainsborough Decker (1978). The Random House Book of Mother Goose by Arnold Lobel (1986), over 300 nursery rhymes. The Alaska Mother Goose: North Country Nursery Rhymes by Shelley Gill (1987). New Adventures Of Mother Goose by Bruce Lansky (1993), Mother Goose with the violence abridged.

Since 1916, The Real Mother Goose has been a popular collection of nursery rhymes, delighting readers of all ages.

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Xmatarryto
This is a small book of nursery rhymes for babies.

It is much smaller than the one I had as a child, but it does contain the following English rhymes:
Humpty Dumpty
Pat a Cake
The Pumpkin Eater
Rain
Mary Had a Little Lamb
The Cat and the Fiddle
Pussy Cat and the Queen
Mary Mary Quite Contrary
The Mouse and the Clock
Banbury Cross
Pease Porridge
Curly Locks
Sixpence
Bedtime
Wee Willie Winkie
BlessСhild
There are so many versions of Mother Goose rhymes out there, but this one is truly my favorite. It's hard for me to explain why, exactly. It has so many of the familiar rhymes and several I had never heard when I was little. My 3 and 4 year-old boys love this book, as did my older children when they were small. The illustrations are kind of...quirky... but they reflect the period and place from which the rhymes originated, which is probably why I like this book over other versions I have seen. The illustrations are not cartoon-like nor "dumbed-down" which is something I look for when choosing picture books for my kids. There's an index in the front so you can flip to your favorites, which is helpful. There are a few rhymes I just flat-out don't like (one about the goose who grabbed a man by his left leg and threw him down the stairs) so I just skip those -- my kids have never known I do that.

I give it a 5 star rating because this version appears to have all of the rhymes, interesting illustrations, an index, and my kids love it - oh and it's hardbound and has held up well, which is good for a book that is read often!
Saberdragon
My grandmother used to read this to my cousins and I when we were kids... I do not remember the rhymes being this weird. Ha ha. Holy s*** batman. I got this for my daughters (one is 19 months, the other is due in May), so I could share a little piece of my childhood with them. When it arrived, I got nostalgic and opened it. The cover and pictures seem a lot brighter than I remember, but then, our copy growing up was soo beat up. They brought back a lot of magic, and I can't wait for my girls to see them. That being said, the rhymes are a kind of twisted nonsensical sing song that I'm almost afraid to read to my kids.

I'm totally gonna read this to my kids. :D
Zieryn
I purchased this for my 4 yr old granddaughter. I had recited Humpty Dumpty to her (after some toys fell off a shelf) and she wanted it repeated several times that day and for days after that. I had some wrapping paper with an illustration of Humpty and she fell in love with it; I could not find my old copy of nursery rhymes and this looked as though it had many of the same illustrations and rhymes and it hasn't disappointed at all. It has everything I remembered and she is in love. We read this daily, although she is faithful to her favorite - Humpty Dumpty.
Thorgaginn
My siser bought this book for my first-born son, remembering our own love of "Mother Goose". When he grew up and began his family we to our great delight we found the same book for his children. Now he has a new grandson (great-grand, for me) so I set out to find a Mother Goose, of course. Imagine my total joy to discover that "The Real Mother Goose" is in its seventy-fifth year of publication! Since my son is age 74, that means that my sister must have purchased an early copy. So now my son will read to his grandson from the book that was so much a part of his own toddlerhood.
Malara
I had this book 45 yrs. ago for our son. It was lost in a move and I wanted to find it again for our 5 mo. old grandson. My father would read the nursery rhymes to our son when he was a year old and our son would repeat them back. He was quite a smarty. I like the idea of one on one interaction......no kindle or computer contact for us. Read along with children and grandchildren......let them know you care. I love this book after all these years. Thank you Amazon.
funike
I love the hard copy version of this book but I bought the Kindle version and it's horrible. Don't buy the a kindle version. The verses are not formatted correctly so the poem will just cut off and randomly be on the next page. And the beautiful images are almost microscopic. Very disappointed.
The Real Mother Goose ebook
Author:
Blanche Fisher Wright
Category:
Classics
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EPUB size:
1634 kb
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1778 kb
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Publisher:
Super Management; Pap/Cas edition (August 1, 1988)
Rating:
4.5
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