From School Library Journal
PreS–These board books are appealing introductions to nursery rhymes. Most pages or spreads have just one line of text, allowing the soft, lively watercolors to take center stage. The rhymes stay true to the originals. One of the best aspects of the illustrations is that many different babies and toddlers are represented, including children with disabilities. In Hop a Little, one child wears an epilepsy helmet; in Humpty Dumpty, an eye patch; and Pat-a-Cake shows a child with a hearing aid. Great additions for sharing one-on-one or in small storytimes.–Lora Van Marel, Orland Park Public Library, ILα(c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.
Kubler presents each nursery rhyme simply and successfully. She does not adorn the verse or change it from the original, rather these are modern versions of the classics. Kid's Lit Blog 20100707 --Kid's Lit Blog