Tags » Mother Goose

#3. Mother Goose and Lear’s Book of Nonsense

“The time has come,” the Walrus said, “To talk of many things: Of shoes–and ships–and sealing-wax– Of cabbages–and kings”

Recently, I took part in two very different but also very similar girls’ get-togethers. 1,257 more words

Classic Lit

An Old Man Looks Back At Mother Goose, Teddy Bears And Other Joys: The Update!

When I was a little boy growing up in Yakima, Washington in the 1950’s, the first thing my eyes would land on in the morning, and the last thing I would see at night, was the Mother Goose-themed linoleum my parents tacked down on my bedroom floor. 1,133 more words


Cutest finger rhyme for kids

I’m cheating a bit today, since I have been super busy recently trying to sort out career stuff like resumes, cover letters, pitches. That means the blog gets shoved to the bottom of the list…booooo! 98 more words

A New Take on an Old Nursery Rhyme

I illustrated this popular nursery rhyme in an attempt to make my own version of it. Seems this nursery rhyme never loses popularity with the little ones. 116 more words


Finding Each Other

Uno Ham, Elaine, and Ben trudged through the forest calling, “Grace, Grace!”

“I don’t think this is working,” Ben said hoarsely, “We can’t find her by calling!” 303 more words

Childrens Literature

Mother Goose

Grace urged Glow forward. She had to find Fang! So occupied with her own thoughts, Grace didn’t see the little girl in front of her. Glow did though. 431 more words

Childrens Literature