Hey digger, digger,
the hole’s getting bigger.
Your shovel’s been scooping since ten.
Beware the loose rubble.
Too late–you’re in trouble!
You’d better start digging again.
Wonderful rhymes and VEHICLES! Here is a collection that e
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Motor Goose rewrites classic Mother Goose rhymes (Humpty Dumpty, Twinkle Twinkle, etc.) with a motor vehicle theme. Bumpty Dumpty is a dump truck, for example. Kids who like nursery rhymes and heavy machinery may enjoy it. I found the illustrations a little sloppy.
really liked it
Thanks to the publisher for providing me with a finished copy of this title for review purposes – all opinions are my own.
I field-tested this book with my 5-year-old daughter at bedtime and she loved it! This is a book of reimagined Mother Goose nursery rhymes each with a “motor” theme – we had so much fun remembering the classic words to the rhymes while we were enjoying the new poems by Rebecca Colby. The illustrations of trucks, boats, trains, planes, diggers, etc are vibrant and will surely
it was amazing
Colby, Rebecca Motor Goose: Rhymes That Go! illustrated by Jef Kaminsky. PICTURE BOOK. Feiwel and Friends (Macmillan), 2017. $16.99.
Classic nursery rhymes are re-written to star and focus on planes, trains, automobiles and any other number of vehicles. From Barry Was a Little Sub (Mary Had a Little Lamb) to Twinkle, Twinkle, UFO (Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star), readers who love vehicles will find a poem written just for them.
This book is a big hit at our house with adults and children alike. J