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Download Mother Goose, or the Old Nursery Rhymes (Warne Children's Classics) eBook
ISBN:
0723205914
Author:
Kate Greenaway
Category:
Short Stories & Anthologies
Language:
English
Publisher:
Warne; 20th edition (January 1, 1901)
Pages:
60 pages
EPUB book:
1639 kb
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1905 kb
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1496 kb
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Rating:
4.8
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461


London ; New York : Frederick Warne and Co. Collection. llection; unclibraries; americana.

Kate Greenaway's Mother Goose book, originally published in 1881, includes most of the best-loved nursery rhymes . Shelves: own, children-ya.

Kate Greenaway's Mother Goose book, originally published in 1881, includes most of the best-loved nursery rhymes illustrated in beautiful watercolor paintings. Their mood is gently romantic, rather than playful like DePaola's Tomie's Mother Goose Flies Again and Opie's The Very Best of Mother Goose Mother Goose collections.

I cannot say enough good things about this illustrator!

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One of Kate Greenway's Picture Books for children, printed in Great Britain by Frederick Warne & Co. Ltd. Book Code No. .Catherine "Kate" Greenaway (1846 – 1901) was an English children's book illustrator.

As a character, she appears in one nursery rhyme.

Little Jack Horner sat in the corner, Eating a Christmas pie; He put in his thumb, and pulled out a plum, And said, oh! what a good boy am I. There was an old woman Lived under a hill; And if she's not gone, She lives there still

Little Jack Horner sat in the corner, Eating a Christmas pie; He put in his thumb, and pulled out a plum, And said, oh! what a good boy am I. There was an old woman Lived under a hill; And if she's not gone, She lives there still. Diddlty, diddlty, dumpty, The cat ran up the plum tree, Give her a plum, and down she'll come, Diddlty, diddlty, dumpty. We're all jolly boys, and we're coming with a noise, Our stockings shall be made Of the finest silk, And our tails shall trail the ground.

Under the Window, Pictures & Rhymes for Children. On the bookshelvesAll. Galina Mikhaylovskaya.

Illustrated by Kate Greenaway. Annotated Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes illustrated Caldecott Rackham Greenaway. Original/Facsimile: Original. Engraved and printed by Edmund Evans, Ltd. Rose Place, Globe Road, London, E. Book measures 6 5/8 by 4 1/2 inches, and is 3/8 inch thick. Contains 54 illustrated pages of color lithographs. Dust cover is torn and tattered. cover is in very good condition, with very slight wear on the top and base of the spine. Part of a larger private Kate Greenaway collection. c. 1890s MOTHER GOOSE or Old Nursery Rhymes, KATE GREENAWAY Color Illustrations.

Classic nursery rhymes. Magical illustrations by Kate Greenaway. Kate Greenaway (1846 – 1901), was a children’s book illustrator and writer, and remains one of the most popular illustrators of all time. Proudly presented as it was originally published in 1881. Edmund Evans produced her first book, Under the Window, in 1879, which was an instant best-seller and cemented her pre-eminent position. Her charming children in quaint costumes and idyllic scenes captured the imagination of the contemporary public – and continue to delight over a century after their initial publication.

Mother Goose or The Old Nursery Rhymes, Kate Greenaway, 1900 It was the first ever children’s book that he wrote, and also the first book illustrated by the legendary Maxfield Parrish (1870 – 1966).

Mother Goose or The Old Nursery Rhymes, Kate Greenaway, 1900. My Book of Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes, Jennie Harbour, 1921. The name ‘Mother Goose’ has been associated with children’s poetry in England ever since John Newbery’s compilation of English nursery rhymes. It was entitled Mother Goose’s Melody, or, Sonnets from the Cradle. It was published in 1780/1 by Thomas Carnan and the ‘Stationer’s Company’. It was the first ever children’s book that he wrote, and also the first book illustrated by the legendary Maxfield Parrish (1870 – 1966). Many variations on the Mother Goose theme have since been published.

This book is a facsimile of the original published by Warne in 1910. Kate Greenaway was a 19th Century English children's book illustrator and writer. Through the 1880s and 90s, her only rivals in popularity in the field of children's book illustration were Walter Crane and Randolph Caldecott.
  • SoSok
Words can't describe the suprise I felt when I opened this book; I was so disappointed! It looks like a typed copy, like someone printed it out on their computer and added a grayscale glossy cover. It's awful. Don't buy it. I guarantee if you get the copy that I did you'll return it!
  • Mavegar
This is the best book ever! As a child this was my go to book. The illustrations are darling. The Old Woman In A Shoe and The House That Jack Built were not only my favorites as a child, but are now our children's favorites. We wore out the spline of my original book (which is about 40 years old), so we have purchased a new book on Amazon to elevate the original version's wear.

I cannot say enough good things about this illustrator! We have actually started a Gyo Fujikawa collection thanks to Amazon's availability. I have also gifted this book to new mom's at baby showers. Great gift for small children because the illustrations are so captivating.
  • Granigrinn
You don't need to own any other book, really you could get by with just this. My first born wore this out, second born got her own and wore it out, we bought a third which they continue to pour love into it. The construction is good, my kids are a little rough, but they really just love this book. I find it better than any other mother goose I have seen, the illustrations are wonderful. I love Gyo Fujikawa and have now collected several.
  • Eigeni
My grandmother read this book to me over and over again when I was very small. I loved the illustrations, especially the one for "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star" at the end of the book that shows a tiny child watching the stars outside at night. This book captured my imagination and stirred my senses like no other. I hope it will last through my own children and maybe my grandchildren, too!
  • Thordibandis
I have been looking at many different Mother Goose books, trying to decide which to purchase for my children. Like some other reviewers I generally prefer not to have violence or harshness in nursery rhymes, for example, "she whipped them all soundly," or "he jumped into a bramble bush and scratched out both his eyes." But, I finally decided on this one, knowing it would have these verses in it. I LOVE this version of Mother Goose. The illustrations are beautiful; and the language is beautiful and rich. Almost every page has a beautiful full color illustration. Almost all the rhymes are sweet and wonderful, and you almost have to hunt for the couple that might have something objectionable. Yes, there is a page that shows knife-wielding bandits. But I love the collection because of the rich language, the numerous and beautiful illustrations, and because it is filled with fascinating mystery.
  • Qiahmagha
My children loved this over 45 yrs ago when babies and I give it to all friends new babies including my grandchildren. A wonderful first book for rhymes and language development. Lovely illustrations. I always buy both this and the "Child Book of Poems" same illustrator. Every young child needs these old nursery rhymes to enjoy and repeat to aid language development
  • deadly claw
I was actually looking for the higher quality version, with the shiny pages. But that wasn't the seller's fault! It's an interesting book and I'll keep looking.
This is a really beautiful book. I love children's books with illustrations that are well-done and this is just perfect. We love the colors, and the paintings are so lovely. This book was purchased as a gift, but I may go back and buy one for our family to keep. I think it would be a great addition to any family library.