My Mother Goose by David McPhail
  

Synopsis

My Mother Goose by David McPhail

Enter the beloved world of Mother Goose with the whimsical illustrations of David McPhail. Here classic rhymes come to life with energy, humour, and the sweetest charm. With a loveable cast of zoo and farm animals, My Mother Goose also includes concepts like opposites, colours, and early vocabulary. Give children a gift they will treasure for years to come.

Reviews

McPhail's welcoming world of anthropomorphic animals and adventurous children is as distinctive and cozy as ever. Publishers Weekly McPhail portrays a classic, though updated, Mother Goose world, populated with people (not all white) and anthropomorphized animals. The Horn Book

About the Author

David McPhail published his first children's book, The Bear's Toothache, in 1972. Since then, he has written and/or illustrated more than fifty books including No! and The Abandoned Lighthouse, published by Roaring Brook Press. He lives in New Hampshire.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
96 pages

Author

David McPhail
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Publisher

First Second an imprint of Roaring Brook Press

Publication date

30th October 2013

ISBN

9781596435261


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