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The real Mother Goose

Author: Blanche Fisher Wright
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Scholastic, 1994.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : Juvenile audience : English
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For more than 75 years The Real Mother Goose has been delighting thousands of boys and girls, and the magic is as strong as ever. Men and women who loved this book in childhood can now share it with their children. All the familiar verses are here, exactly as they have been repeated from generation to generation. Full color.
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Genre/Form: Picture books
Fiction
Juvenile works
Juvenile fiction
Material Type: Fiction, Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Blanche Fisher Wright
ISBN: 0590225170 9780590225175
OCLC Number: 31920404
Notes: "Cartwheel books."
Originally published in 1916.
Description: 128 pages : color illustrations ; 30 cm
Contents: Little Bo-Peep --
Little Boy Blue --
Rain --
The clock --
Winter --
Fingers and toes --
A seasonable song --
Dame trot and her cat --
Three children on the ice --
Cross patch --
The old women under a hill --
Tweedle-Dum and Tweedle-Dee --
Oh dear! --
Old Mother Goose --
Little Jumping Joan --
Pat-a-cake --
Money and the mare --
Robin Redbreast --
A melancholy song --
Jack --
Going to St. Ives --
Thirty days hath September --
Baby Dolly --
Bees --
Come out to play --
If wishes were horses --
To market --
Old chairs to mend --
Robin and Richard --
A man and a maid --
Here goes my lord --
The clever hen --
Two birds --
Leg over leg --
Lucy Locket --
When Jenny Wren was young --
Barber --
The flying pig --
Solomon Grundy --
Hush-a-bye --
Burnie Bee --
Three wise men of Gotham --
The hunter of Reigate --
Little Polly Flinders --
Ride away, ride away --
Pippen Hill --
Pussy-cat and queen --
The winds --
Clap handies --
Christmas --
Elizabeth --
Just like me --
Play days --
Heigh-ho, the carrion crow --
A B C --
A needle and thread --
Banbury cross --
The man in our town --
Georgy Porgy --
For every evil --
Cushy cow --
Wee Willie Winkie --
About the bush --
See-saw --
Robin-a-bobbin --
John Smith --
Simple Simon --
Three blind mice --
Five toes --
A little man --
Doctor Foster --
Diddle diddle dumpling --
Jerry Hall --
Lengthening days --
The black hen --
The mist --
A candle --
Miss Muffet --
Curly-locks --
Humpty Dumpty --
One, two, three --
The dove and the wren --
Master I have --
Pins --
Shall we go a-shearing? --
Goosey, goosey, gander --
Old Mother Hubbard --
The cock and the hen --
Blue bell boy --
Why may not I love Johnny? --
Jack Jelf --
Jack Sprat --
Hush-a-bye --
Daffodils --
The girl in the lane --
Hush-a-bye --
Nancy Dawson --
Handy Pandy --
Jack and Jill --
The alphabet --
Dance to your daddie --
One misty moisty morning --
Robin Hood and Little John --
Rain --
The old woman from France --
Teeth and gums --
The robins --
The old man --
T'other little tune --
My kitten --
If all the seas were one sea --
Pancake day --
A plum pudding --
Forehead, eyes, cheeks, nose, etc. --
Two pigeons --
A sure test --
Lock and key --
The lion and the unicorn --
The merchants of London --
I had a little husband --
To Babylon --
I'll tell you a story --
A strange old woman --
Sleep, baby, sleep --
Cry, baby --
Baa, baa, black sheep --
Little Fred --
The cat and the fiddle --
Doctor Fell --
A counting-out rhyme --
Jack and his fiddle --
Buttons --
Hot boiled beans --
Little pussy --
Sing a song of sixpence --
Tommy Tittlemouse --
The derby ram --
The hobby-horse --
The mulberry bush --
Young lambs to sell --
Boy and the sparrow --
Old woman, old woman --
The first of May --
Sulky Sue --
The house that Jack built --
Saturday, Sunday --
Little Jenny Wren --
The old woman and the pedlar --
Bobby Snooks --
The little moppet --
I saw a ship a-sailing --
A walnut --
The man in the moon --
One, he loves --
Bat, bat --
Hark! hark! --
My love --
The man of Bombay --
Poor old Robinson Crusoe! --
A sieve --
My maid Mary --
A difficult rhyme --
Pretty John Watts --
Good advice --
I love sixpence --
Bye, baby bunting --
Tom, Tom, the piper's son --
Comical folk --
Cock-crow --
Tommy Snooks --
The three sons --
The blacksmith --
Two gray kits --
one, two, buckle my shoe --
Cock-a-doodle-do! --
Pairs or pears --
Belleisle --
Old King Cole --
See, see --
Dapple-gray --
A well --
Coffee and tea --
Pussy-cat mew --
The little girl with a curl --
Dreams --
A cock and bull story --
For baby --
Myself --
Over the water --
Candle-saving --
Fears and tears --
The Kilkenny cats --
Old Grimes --
A week of birthdays --
A chimney --
Ladybird --
The man who had naught --
The tailors and the snail --
Around the green gravel --
Intery, mintery --
Caesar's song --
As I was going along --
Hector Protector --
Billy, Billy --
Rock-a-bye, baby --
The man in the wilderness --
Little Jack Horner --
The bird scarer --
Mary, Mary, quite contrary --
Bessy Bell and Mary Gray --
Needles and pins --
Pussy-cat and the dumplings --
Dance, Thumbkin, dance --
Mary's canary --
The little bird --
Birds of a feather --
The dusty miller --
A star --
The greedy man --
The ten o'clock scholar --
Cock-a-doodle-do --
An icicle --
A ship's nail --
The old woman of Leeds --
The boy in the barn --
Sunshine --
Willy, Willy --
Tongs --
Jack Jingle --
The quarrel --
The pumpkin-eater --
Shoeing --
Betty Blue --
That's all --
Bedtime --
Dance, little baby --
My little maid --
For want of a nail --
Pease porridge --
Ring a ring o'roses --
The crooked sixpence --
This is the way --
Ducks and drakes --
The donkey --
If --
The bells --
Little girl and queen --
The king of France --
Peter Piper --
One to ten --
An equal --
The tarts --
Come, let's to bed --
Little maid --
What are little boys made of? --
Bandy legs --
The girl and the birds --
A pig --
Jenny Wren --
Little Tom Tucker --
Where are you going, my pretty maid? --
The old woman of Gloucester --
Multiplication is vexation --
Little King Boggen --
Whistle --
Bell horses --
Taffy --
The robin --
The old woman of Harrow --
Young Roger and Dolly --
The piper and his cow --
The man of Derby --
The coachman --
There was an old woman --
A thorn --
The old woman of Surrey --
The little mouse --
Boy and girl --
When --
Sing, sing --
London Bridge --
March winds --
The balloon --
A cherry --
The lost shoe --
Hot codlins --
Swan --
Three straws --
The man of Tobago --
Ding, dong, bell --
A sunshiny shower --
The farmer and the raven --
Christmas --
Willy boy --
Polly and Sukey --
The death and burial of poor Cock Robin --
The mouse and the clock --
Hot-cross buns --
Bobby Shaftoe --
The bunch of blue ribbons --
The woman of Exeter --
Sneezing --
Pussy-cat by the fire --
When the snow is on the ground.
Other Titles: Mother Goose.
Responsibility: illustrated by Blanche Fisher Wright.

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For more than 75 years The Real Mother Goose has been delighting thousands of boys and girls, and the magic is as strong as ever. Men and women who loved this book in childhood can now share it with their children. All the familiar verses are here, exactly as they have been repeated from generation to generation. Full color.

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