Mother Goose Hits the Road

Our very own Mother Goose (a.k.a. Ms. Judy) has been travelling around Clayton County visiting child care centers and sharing her rhymes and stories with children.  Although Mother Goose Day is on May 1st each year, she believes that these wonderful nursery rhymes should be shared year round.  Unfortunately, she could not find her goose, who likes to hide all the time, so she enlisted the help of her good friend Duck to go along on her travels to the different schools.  As you can imagine, Duck did not mind one bit.  Here is a picture of the two of them before a storytime:
Mother Goose 2

These are some of our favorite Mother Goose books that you can share:

Here Comes Mother Goose by Iona Archibald Opie

My First Real Mother Goose Bedtime Book

Nursery Rhyme Book by Beatrix Potter

Teddy Bears' Mother Goose by Michael Hague

Dona Blanca and other Hispanic Nursery Rhymes and Games by Isabel Schon

Riddledy Piggledy by Tony Mitton

We have many Mother Goose and other nursery rhyme books in our collection.  Visit one of your local libraries to find these and more!  Remember, if you need help finding them there is always someone at each of our branches who will be more than happy to help you find just what you're looking for.

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Published in: on October 29, 2007 at 7:57 pm  Comments (1)  

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  1. Awesome!


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