It was listed "Arnold Lobel Mother Goose" for the Sonlight Kindergarten homeschool curriculum, and although I have . The rhymes are nicely chosen, and he doesn't skimp on stanzas
I began reading it with my daughters this week and right away it was a refreshing change. The rhymes are nicely chosen, and he doesn't skimp on stanzas.
I have to admit Arnold Lobel's illustrations make this more appealing to me than the classic "Real Mother Goose" version, especially since there is at least a small illustration for every single rhyme. We really enjoyed reading through this volume over the course of a school year. There is enough silliness to keep my kids engaged, and it's nice when we occasionally came to some that I knew the tune for. There were also quite a few I'd never heard before, which I guess is to be expected.
A selection of Mother Goose rhymes illustrated by Arnold Lobel. no page number in the book.
New York : Alfred A. Knopf. A selection of Mother Goose rhymes illustrated by Arnold Lobel. Canon EOS 5D Mark II. City.
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Annotation: For babies to preschoolers. Arnold Lobel, whose artwork is inviting to young children, illustrates this book as well as writing it. Lobel utilizes earth tones, such as; greens, yellows, and browns, to calm his readers and to balance the excitement in his text. The board book begins with the popular nursery rhyme, Mary, Mary, quite contrary, how does your garden grow?, and ends with Lobel creating his own nursery rhymes that are humorous and fun for very young children.
Babies love board books and babies love nursery rhymes! The rhymes most appropriate for babies were culled from The Arnold Lobel Book of Mother Goose, considered by many to be the most beautiful Mother Goose book ever published.
Arnold Stark Lobel (May 22, 1933 – December 4, 1987) was an American author of children's books, including the Frog and Toad series and Mouse Soup. He both wrote and illustrated those picture books, as well as Fables, for which he won the 1981 Caldecott Medal recognizing the year's best-illustrated . Lobel also illustrated the works of other writers, including Sam the Minuteman by Nathaniel Benchley, published in 1969.