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My First Real Mother Goose Bedtime Book Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-08-30 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:0439340322
LANGUAGE:English

" Its a rhyme book, full of nursery rhymes. A fun and enjoyable book for children and caregivers. It is full of humor and songs to capture children's attention. Has neat and lively illustrations. Great book for all ages. " said.

"This book has not received any awards.
This book is appropriate for ages PreK-1
This book consists of 15 traditional nursery rhymes, such as Jack and Jill, Ring Around the Rosey, BaBaBlack sheep and many more. Each rhyme is depicted with a beautiful illustration. Parents can enjoy sharing their childhood stories with their own children.

I think this is an excellent book for children. The classic rhymes are easy for children to follow along with and unforgettable. Additionally the illustrations are captivating and are bound to engage any reader.

Class uses
-Children can draw pictures based on the rhymes
-It can also be used to teach phonemic awareness by helping the children identify the rhymes and then taking a pause before saying the final words, allowing them to chime in with the rhyme.
" said.

"Fisher, Blanche. My First Real Mother Goose. New York: Scholastic, 2000.

Who would have thought one of the most prominent figures in children’s literature would be an imaginary author. In this board book, the cherished Mother Goose tells some of her most well renowned nursery rhymes such as Hush-A-Bye, Jack, and Rain. Each story is printed on one side with an image to accompany it on the opposite, guiding comprehension. Because the rhymes are so short in length, the images are effective in depicting the main action of the scene. For example, in the Hush-A-Bye baby rhyme, the word “bough” may be confusing to a child, but make sense when she sees the image of a child’s cradle on a tree branch. Moreover, the implementation of end rhyme makes for a fun reading experiences young readers will surely enjoy. While some may find some of the topics concerning if looked into deeply, such as encouraging a boy to jump through a flame, I think negative remarks would be far stretched. These timeless rhymes are truly unforgettable, making it an enjoyable experience for new readers and well-versed rhymers alike.
Target Audience: Ages 2-3
" said.

"The nursery rhymes in this book are classics. The illustrations are charming and old-fashioned but they are also subdued and I wish the colors were more vibrant. Many of the lullabies are great such as Baa, Baa, Black Sheep, Ring Around the Rosies, Five Toes, and One, Two, Buckle My Shoe. However, some nursery rhymes are actually disturbing such as Hush-A-Bye; this entire nursery rhyme is about a wind knocking the baby out of her cradle. I do not know about reading those ones to your child but overall I like this book. " said.

" When I was in USA, my friend gave me this book because I said I had never read Mother Goose. The book is colorful with neat illustrations and has no story but rhymes. I'd love to read it to my baby some day, but I might skip some parts that sing about a baby falling down and a boy breaking his crown. Might be a little shocking to babies. " said.

" Its a rhyme book, full of nursery rhymes. A fun and enjoyable book for children and caregivers. It is full of humor and songs to capture children's attention. Has neat and lively illustrations. Great book for all ages. " said.

"This book has not received any awards.
This book is appropriate for ages PreK-1
This book consists of 15 traditional nursery rhymes, such as Jack and Jill, Ring Around the Rosey, BaBaBlack sheep and many more. Each rhyme is depicted with a beautiful illustration. Parents can enjoy sharing their childhood stories with their own children.

I think this is an excellent book for children. The classic rhymes are easy for children to follow along with and unforgettable. Additionally the illustrations are captivating and are bound to engage any reader.

Class uses
-Children can draw pictures based on the rhymes
-It can also be used to teach phonemic awareness by helping the children identify the rhymes and then taking a pause before saying the final words, allowing them to chime in with the rhyme.
" said.

"Fisher, Blanche. My First Real Mother Goose. New York: Scholastic, 2000.

Who would have thought one of the most prominent figures in children’s literature would be an imaginary author. In this board book, the cherished Mother Goose tells some of her most well renowned nursery rhymes such as Hush-A-Bye, Jack, and Rain. Each story is printed on one side with an image to accompany it on the opposite, guiding comprehension. Because the rhymes are so short in length, the images are effective in depicting the main action of the scene. For example, in the Hush-A-Bye baby rhyme, the word “bough” may be confusing to a child, but make sense when she sees the image of a child’s cradle on a tree branch. Moreover, the implementation of end rhyme makes for a fun reading experiences young readers will surely enjoy. While some may find some of the topics concerning if looked into deeply, such as encouraging a boy to jump through a flame, I think negative remarks would be far stretched. These timeless rhymes are truly unforgettable, making it an enjoyable experience for new readers and well-versed rhymers alike.
Target Audience: Ages 2-3
" said.

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