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Will Moses Mother Gooseby Will Moses
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Five best-loved fairy tales by a renowned folk artist
Any parent or grandparent longing to share these timeless, well-loved tales with a favorite child will welcome this enchanting collection from acclaimed folk artist Will Moses.
Five tales are included: Little Red Riding Hood, Snow White, Beauty and the Beast, Rumpelstiltskin, and Puss in Boots. Each one is profusely illustrated with vignettes as well as a lavish double spread that incorporates all the key events of the story.
This handsome volume, full of fascinating detail and plentiful charm, is destined to become a family treasure.
From the world-renowned folk artist comes an original and enchanting Mother Goose book. Children can search magical full-spreads of Moses' unmistakable paintings to find their favorite nursery rhyme characters. Full color.
From world-renowned folk artist Will Moses comes one of the most original and enchanting Mother Goose books ever. Featuring over sixty of childhood's best-loved nursery rhymes, in Where's Waldo-like fashion, children can search magical full-spreads of Will's unmistakable paintings to find their favorite characters.
Young and old alike will discover new reasons to love this beautiful book and the winning art of Will Moses every time they open it.
About the Author
It is no wonder Will Moses has found great success as a folk artist-he grew up around some of the best. At the age of only four years, Will began painting with his grandfather, Forrest K. Moses, a folk artist who learned to paint from his mother, Anna Mary Robertson, better known as Grandma Moses. Will, however, has received worldwide recognition for his own individual style, and his colorful and exuberant picture books have become favorites with today's children and their parents.
Table of Contents
Little Bo-Peep — Goosey goosey gander — As I was going to St. Ives — Three wise men of Gotham — Humpty Dumpty — Apple pie — Mary had a little lamb — Handy Pandy — I had a little hen — There was an old soldier of Bister — To market, to market — There was a crooked man — Diddle diddle dumpling, my son John — Hickory, dickory, dock — Pussy-cat, pussy-cat, where have you been — Will you walk into my parlour? — Jack Sprat — Mary, Mary, quite contrary — Fair maid - Three little kittens — Willy boy, — Wishes were horses — Man in the wilderness asked me — There was an old woman tossed up in a basket — Wee Willie Winkie — Man in the moon — Twinkle, twinkle, little star — Little boy blue — Robert Roley rolled a round — Ring-a-ring-a-roses — Long-tailed pig — Charley Warley had a cow — Donkey, donkey, old and gray — Wind is in the east — Doctor Foster went to Glo'ster — Raining, it's pouring — Blow, wind, blow! — One misty, moisty morning — Thatcher of Thatchwood — Birds of a feather flock together — Tom, Tom, the pipers son — Upon my word of honor — Baa,baa, black sheep — Jack and Jill went up the hill — Old woman must stand at the tub, tub, tub — Old Mother Hubbard — Here's Sulky Sue — Three blind mice — There was a little girl — Mulberry bush — Little Jack Horner — Rub-a-dub-dub, three men in a tub — Queen of Hearts — Dickery, dickery, dare — Georgey Porgey — Peter, Peter, Pumpkin eater — Old womann under a hill — Old woman lived in a shoe — Kettle's on the fire — Peter Piper — Little Miss Muffet — Tweedle-dum and tweedle-dee — Barber Barber — Up hill spare me — Garden gap — Lincoln Bridge — Hick-amore, hack-a-more — Round as an apple — Marble walls.
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