|LC Classifications||PZ10.3.P48 He|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||150|
|LC Control Number||47023772|
Pen&Ink artwork. Chapter book for school-age children featuring Mrs. Goose, joined by a cat, chicken, pig, rabbits and other Animaltown residents. These animals are nattily dressed and have quite the village setting and list of activities, planned and spontaneous. By the same author: Mrs Goose and Three-Ducks, and Mrs. Goose of Animaltown. Good. Get this from a library! Hello, Mrs. Goose. [Miriam Clark Potter]. Other books in the series: Mrs. Goose and Three Ducks, Here Comes Mrs. Goose, Mrs. Goose's Green Trailer, Goodness, Mrs. Goose!, Hello, Mrs. Goose! by Potter, Miriam Clark (Story and Artwork by). Philadelphia.: J B Lippincott., 4th Impression.. Hard cover. Good. No dust jacket. Signed by previous owner. General light soiling to covers. Some small crayon use plus colorful rear end papers: young prior owner colorist. Back cover damp-stain patch.. 1 p. Bold yellow cloth over boards; oval dark blue goose cover.
Author of Just Mrs. Goose, Sally Gabble and the fairies, Rhymes of a child's world, Childcraft [Volume 4], Hello, Mrs. Goose, The pinafore pocket story book, Captain Sandman, his book of tales and rhymes for children, The golden book of little verses. Mrs. Goose brings back so many fond memories of my childhood. Miriam Clark Potter's endearing books were always popping off our bookshelves! Of course, the fact that she was my great-aunt might have had something to do with that:) I hope this reprint is just the first of many I am looking forward to more Mrs. Goose, that silly Mrs. Goose (hint hint).Reviews: 1. Hello Select your address These out-of-print children's books are hilarious! Mrs. Goose is sort of the Gracie Allen of the animal world, always finding the funniest possible way to misunderstand something, forget something, and generally cause chaos. But Mrs. Goose's mistakes -- like her "Hat-Box Cake" -- generally turn out for the s: 1. Hello, Mrs. Goose by Miriam Clark Potter it was amazing avg rating — 2 ratings — published — 2 editions.
Miriam Clark Potter, author of The Animals' Train Ride [A Rand McNally Junior Elf Book], on LibraryThing. Miriam Clark Potter, author of The Animals' Train Ride [A Rand McNally Junior Elf Book], on LibraryThing Hello, Mrs. Goose! 7 copies. Mrs. Goose of Animaltown 4 copies. Our Friend Mrs. Goose 4 copies. The mouse who liked to read in bed. Mrs. Goose, her book; by Switzer, Maurice, b. Publication date , c Publisher New York: Moffat, Yard & Company Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California Libraries Language English. Addeddate Call number srlf_ucla:LAGE Camera 5D. More about the kith and kin of Animaltown in a book that is as full of dead pan whimsy of the catchy variety as was its predecessor Hello! Mrs. Goose (, p) Mrs. Goose's friends- the Pop-Rabbit family, Mrs. Squirrel, Black Cat, Mr. Gobble and the rest, suffer through that lady's absentminded foibles and amazing streaks of stupidity with patience and politeness as well as outbursts of. Excerpt from Mrs. Goose, Her Book Despite the fact that the title is suggestive of the nursery, this is not a piece of juvenile literature; tho the perpetrator admits having written it for a kid. Aside from that there. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at hor: Maurice Switzer.