Hey everyone! Happy Friday, assuming you are reading this on Friday. If not, then happy whatever day it may be!
I've recently come across A LOT of Mother Goose books (and so has Robyn--stay tuned to find out if we've got all the same stuff0. So, today I thought it'd be fun to show you two comic inspired versions of the good old goose...
Cartoons from The New Yorker: Mother Goose on the Loose
edited by Bobbye S. Goldstein
with an introduction by Leonard S. Marcus
In this book the rhymes are illustrated in comic form. These are very VERY cool! The art is bold and unique-- but still the original rhymes accompany the pictures, so its fun for kids and adults!
Are you a traditionalist when it comes to nursery rhymes (if so then you probably hated this post...oops!) or do you like to see something new? (Here's hoping its the later!) I (obviously) enjoy a fresh take now and then.