The Arnold Lobel Book of Mother Goose: A Treasury of More Than 300 Classic Nursery Rhymes

The Arnold Lobel Book of Mother Goose: A Treasury of More Than 300 Classic Nursery Rhymes By Arnold Lobel Mother Goose, The Arnold Lobel Book of Mother Goose A Treasury of More Than Classic Nursery Rhymes Knopf is proud to reissue the complete and unabridged Arnold Lobel illustrated treasury of Mother Goose rhymes originally published in as The Random House Book of Mother Goose and unavailable fo
  • Title: The Arnold Lobel Book of Mother Goose: A Treasury of More Than 300 Classic Nursery Rhymes
  • Author: Arnold Lobel Mother Goose
  • ISBN: 9780679887362
  • Page: 163
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Arnold Lobel Book of Mother Goose: A Treasury of More Than 300 Classic Nursery Rhymes By Arnold Lobel Mother Goose, Knopf is proud to reissue the complete and unabridged Arnold Lobel illustrated treasury of Mother Goose rhymes, originally published in 1986 as The Random House Book of Mother Goose and unavailable for several years Reviewers were unanimous in their acclaim of a collection brimming over with energydistinguished by abundant humor and a rich variety of moods and styles Knopf is proud to reissue the complete and unabridged Arnold Lobel illustrated treasury of Mother Goose rhymes, originally published in 1986 as The Random House Book of Mother Goose and unavailable for several years Reviewers were unanimous in their acclaim of a collection brimming over with energydistinguished by abundant humor and a rich variety of moods and styles School Library Journal, starred review The beloved creator of the Frog and Toad books included 306 nursery rhymes several hundred than any other quality edition of Mother Goose and all are illustrated in a cornucopia of drawings which demonstrates the range of his technique and imagination Kirkus Reviews The New York Times Book Review called it brilliant, while The Washington Post Book World praised it as surely one of the most satisfying nursery rhyme books ever made.
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    1. Arnold Lobel Mother Goose

      Arnold Stark Lobel was a popular American author of children s books Among his most popular books are those of the Frog and Toad series, and Mouse Soup, which won the Garden State Children s Book Award from the New Jersey Library Association.

    818 thoughts on “The Arnold Lobel Book of Mother Goose: A Treasury of More Than 300 Classic Nursery Rhymes”

    1. Although this compilation feels complete, full of all the well known Mother Goose rhymes of my childhood in addition to many that were brand new to me, I still felt it was just good in terms of enjoyment Mother Goose remains classic, leaving me compelled to want to like it and leave a better rating review But the truth is that the readability of it with a Kindergarten student seemed a little difficult in parts Some pieces were downright silly and left us laughing my son loved the tongue twister [...]


    2. For me, this book was a blast from the past My mother always read me the Mother Goose rhymes I feel these are the most traditional literature can get Each illustration brings the little rhymes to life For younger students, one could read one a day or learn one over a week time period Traditional literature is very important because it tells stories that many people know and remember.



    3. This was the longest version of mother goose that I have read so far and I really enjoyed it I loved seeing such a wide variety of poems was very enjoyable.


    4. 1 There are no awards for this book.2 This book is appropriate to read to PreK and K children but in sections, not all at once.3 Out of the 306 nursery rhymes in this book, I read the first 10 Most of them were short two line nursery rhymes Some were rhyming and some were not There was also a tongue twister in there as well There were all classic nursery rhymes.4 The illustrations were very detailed and went with each of the nursery rhymes but I think there were too many nursery rhymes per page [...]


    5. The Random House Book of Mother Goose, selected and illustrated by Arnold Lobel Random House, 1986 173 p Mother Goose picture book.Summary Arnold Lobel selects over 300 nursery rhymes, both familiar and obscure He creates a unique illustration for each one, no matter how short or how long Critique a Lobel s unique take on these traditional nursery rhymes is found in his exhaustive collection of illustrations Ranging from tiny framed drawings, to full sleeve pictures, Lobel s pencil and watercolo [...]


    6. The Arnold Lobel Book of Mother GooseBy Arnold LobelLobel, A 1986 The arnold lobel book of mother goose New York Random House.1 Mother Goose Picture Book 2 This book contains all of Mother Goose nursery rhymes There are over 306 timeless collections It includes many well known favorites with some other that might be new to you Each rhyme is illustrated with a great style and humor 3 Illustrationsb The illustrations for this book are wonderfully drawn, and there is one for each nursery rhyme No m [...]


    7. Edited and illustrated by Arnold lobel, 173 pagesSummary this Caldecott winner is a collection of familiar and traditional mother goose tales, with the illustrations and rhymes humorously connected Critique A illustrative styleB lobel uses a traditional, yet humorous style in order to describe and convey what each nursery rhyme is portraying The reader will be able to see that the illustrations are completely balanced with the text.C specifically, on page 17 , Lobel illustrates the familiar and [...]


    8. Summary This is a comprehensive book of Mother Goose Rhymes that includes popular poems like Humpty Dumpty and obscure ones like I Love Coffee They are indexed by subject.Critique Humor It is easy to see why this book won the Caldecott Medal for Illustrations The poems alone range from interesting to scary, but without the illustrations, they would remain so Example For example, Mary, Mary Quite Contrary is illustrated very literately with little maids sprouting all in a row It s very funny I a [...]


    9. 1 Genre Mother Goose Picture Book2 Summary This book is a collection of Mother Goose nursery rhymes.3 a Area of focus Illustrations3 b The illustrations are really what sets this Mother Goose book apart from others Every page is covered with detailed and carefully construed pictures to help readers understand the rhymes.3 c The examples of illustrations for this book are endless, but page 42 represents the rhyme of Mary, Mary, quite contrary Here the reader can easily see the meaning behind the [...]


    10. Really, what can I say about this book It s Mother Goose and the I read Mother Goose, the weirder I think it is This book is fine for a Mother Goose anthology with lots of poems and rhymes to teach from The pictures are also fun and colorful The kids really enjoyed reading them and laughing at the absurdity of most of them I ll give it 4 stars because my kids liked it and it was a very full book of nursery rhymes, though I personally did not care for it because I don t like this kind of thing.


    11. I am a fan of Arnold Lobel, but I didn t care for this version of Mother Goose There was a wonderful variety of rhymes to read Many were remembered from my own childhood and many I had never heard of before I didn t enjoy the artwork as much as I thought I would The colors were too dark and dreary for my taste, especially since some Mother Goose rhymes are on the dark side to begin with I prefer brighter, colorful illustrations I like how the picutes have a vintage tone to them, but it would ha [...]


    12. Ahh More nursery rhymes Again, some I m familiar with and yet they were not as I knew them Quite a few that I have never heard before Illustrations are much better than Cousins , though there were a couple I was a bit shocked to see there Is it that I m not a fan of nursery rhymes, or that I m just not meant to read the book cover to cover Well, what ever it may be, if I want my children to know hear nursery rhymes, then they can learn them the same why I did without pictures.


    13. The genre for the book is poetry and the intended age range is elementary school This book is a collection of Mother Goose nursery rhymes Nursery rhymes can be used for rhythm and patterns in words The book is wonderful to read to kids, especially at night time before bed The cover of the book and the illustrations allow the reader to get an understanding of the nursery rhyme itself.


    14. We really enjoyed this Mother Goose book For one, it is HUGE Tons of rhymes For two, the illustrations are great A lot of times, you see the picture and it reminds you just how absurd most of these poems are The pictures also help with context clues for some of the words that aren t used in mainstream English any.My daughter enjoyed recognizing some of the poems from other books we ve read.


    15. This is a fun version of mother goose Brought back that feeling of childhood I really enjoyed the illustrations, though they aren t super colorful and not sure how much they would attract kids today I only read some excerpts, but they were really fun It s over 100 pages, which makes for a great collection for kids to go back to again and again.


    16. A beautiful collection of classic rhymes Lobel s classic illustrations provide the reader with a feast for the eyes as s he listens reads nursery rhymes both popular and lesser known A great addition to any personal library may make a great baby shower gift


    17. this book teaches children rhyming It also teaches children repetition.Learning Extension The children can pick their favorite poem and read it out loud or discuss why they have choose that poem.


    18. Notes this book is MASSIVE heavy and thicktoo many rhymes on each page and too many obscure ones for my tastethe only thing I really liked was the artwe prefer Sylvia Long, Blanche Wright or Iona Opie versions


    19. Finally finished this one with my son I never get tired of Arnold Lobel s illustrations, they bring back fond memories of childhood I loved introducing my son to these rhymes, but also the work of Arnold Lobel.




    20. This is Mother Goose again, but I didn t even know half of them And the ones I did know they had extra verses for and stuff.


    21. I really loved the illustrations with this compilation of Mother Goose rhymes This has been a joy reading with my youngest.





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