The photographs of children of various ethnicities is one reason I bought this book.
The book features color photos of kids enjoying life in their neighborhood The pictures of all the different children were interesting to look at.
Nina Crews brings new life to these timeless treasures in her book THE NEIGHBORHOOD MOTHER GOOSE.
My 20 month old daughter really enjoys this version of mother goose. I thought it might be boring for her but she really seems to enjoy looking at the neighborhood scenes depicted... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Laura Peltonen
This book is so special-finally a multicultural Mother Goose with real life pictures all children can relate to.Published 2 months ago by Elisabeth Merrill
My kids love looking at pictures of other kids, so this was great! They eagerly point out objects/actions in the pictures and we sing the songs and dance. Read morePublished 5 months ago by L. Moerland
I love this beautiful book that pulls the very old, traditional Mother Goose nursery rhymes into contemporary times. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Karen Temple
I guess we were expecting artwork rather than photos. Other than that, it is a nice compilation of mother goose.Published 12 months ago by NYC
I was very pleased with this gift purchase. My friend LOVED the book and decided to purchase for others. Highly recommendPublished 19 months ago by book lady
I don't really like it. maybe I don't know how to let the kids get the idea about the mother goose stories.Published 22 months ago by rose5844
I use The Neighborhood Mother Goose in my kindergarten classroom every year. The rhymes are classic, of course. But, the illustrations are very bright, up to date and appealing. Read morePublished 23 months ago by DBKindergarten
I started reading this to my daughter when she was about 9 months old. She immediately fell in love with the images and the rhythm of the nursery rhymes. Read morePublished on July 17, 2012 by Kathleen Simone