Maybe Mother Goose

Maybe Mother Goose In the witty sequel to Fairly Fairy Tales Esm Raji Codell s latest picture book features charming twists on the beloved Mother Goose nursery rhymes Could space aliens pay a visit in Twinkle Twinkle L
  • Title: Maybe Mother Goose
  • Author: Esmé Raji Codell Elisa Chavarri
  • ISBN: 9781481440363
  • Page: 495
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Maybe Mother Goose
    In the witty sequel to Fairly Fairy Tales, Esm Raji Codell s latest picture book features charming twists on the beloved Mother Goose nursery rhymes.Could space aliens pay a visit in Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Could a giraffe go to school in Mary Had a Little Lamb Could the blackbirds in Sing a Song of Sixpence really play guitars Sometimes the answer is yes and somIn the witty sequel to Fairly Fairy Tales, Esm Raji Codell s latest picture book features charming twists on the beloved Mother Goose nursery rhymes.Could space aliens pay a visit in Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Could a giraffe go to school in Mary Had a Little Lamb Could the blackbirds in Sing a Song of Sixpence really play guitars Sometimes the answer is yes and sometimes it s no but the fun is in the asking Gifted writer and educator Esm Raji Codell asks these questions and in a wonderful and witty picture book that both children and parents are sure to love With a kid friendly style and vivid detail, Elisa Chavarri s sweet illustrations bring these beloved nursery rhymes boldly and humorously to life.
    Maybe Mother Goose By Esmé Raji Codell Elisa Chavarri,

    Maybe Mother Goose by Esm Raji Codell MAYBE MOTHER GOOSE Written by Esme Raji Codell Illustrated by Elisa Chavarri Pages Aladdin Genre children s, picture book, nursery rhymes This collections gives us some wonderful nursery rhymes and then asks questions that are yes, no or maybe A fun book for kids learning to read. Maybe Mother Goose Codell Jun , PreS Gr When it s a rainy day at Mother Goose Nursery School, the teacher cheers up the children with fun presentations of nursery rhymes The six rhymes she recites during indoor recess include Mary Had a Little Lamb, Baa, Baa, Black Sheep, and Sing a Song of Sixpence Each rhyme ends with four questions. Maybe Mother Goose by Esm Raji Codell, Elisa Chavarri Jun , Well, maybe, reads the following page, as Mother Goose, the Dish and the Spoon, and other recognizable characters don black tie finery for a red carpet worthy photo shoot Readers who are familiar with the original rhymes will be giggling over these quirky interpretations Ages . Maybe Mother Goose Book by Esm Raji Codell, Elisa Maybe Mother Goose by Esm Raji Codell In the witty sequel to Fairly Fairy Tales, Esm Raji Codell s latest picture book features charming twists on the Maybe Mother Goose by Esm Raji Codell Bookroo Maybe Mother Goose book In the witty sequel to _Fairly Fairy Tales_, Esm Raji Codell s latest picture book features charming twists on the beloved Mother Goose nursery rhymes Could space aliens pay a visit in _Twinkle Twinkle Little Star_ Could a giraffe go to school in _Mary Had a Little Lamb_ Children s Book Review Maybe Mother Goose by Esm Codell Maybe Mother Goose Esm Codell, illus by Elisa Chavarri SS Aladdin, . p ISBN Buy this book Codell and Chavarri reprise the

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  • Esmé Raji Codell Elisa Chavarri

    Esme Raji Codell is the recipient of a prestigious James Patterson Pageturner Award for spreading the excitement of books in an effective and original way She has been a keynote speaker for the International Reading Association and the American Library Association, a virtual keynote for the National Education Association s Stay Afloat online conference for first year teachers, and a featured speaker at the National Museum for Women in the Arts She has appeared on CBS s The Early Show, CNN, C SPAN, and NPR, among other media outlets across the country The author of How to Get Your Child to Love Reading, as well as five award winning books for children, Esm runs the popular children s literature Web site and the unique literary salon, PlanetEsme

  • 566 Comments


  • I adore Esme Raji Codell but when I got the first book Fairly Fairy Tales and was disappointed I didn t really get it However, it turns out, my kids LOVE that book I would find them just tiny reading it aloud to each other and laughing hysterically This one is no exception They LOVE IT Chalk it up to Ms Codell to know exactly what kids love in a book Brilliant It s my favorite kind of surprise.


  • Not a fan I found the fun parts to be too formulaic I d never get my storytime kids to do the full call and response that many times , and the extra additions too unpredictable to make sense Even if I did try it in a storytime, the illustrations on the Well, maybe pages are gorgeous, but too detailed for a group read aloud and there s no text to explain the joke to the kids who can t see them.


  • Many variants on fairy tales entertain us, but this takes Mother Goose in a new angle Readers can try to guess how a seemingly non related object could be part of a rhyme, such as a guitar and Sing a Song of Sixpence Young readers can also jump in with the repetition of Well, maybe This would be perfect for a preschool class as the book starts and ends with students at school, as if they are reading nursery rhymes during real aloud time.I do wish nursery rhymes had been included here, but young [...]



  • Mother Goose classics, with a twist First the rhyme, then we assemble the parts of the rhyme like a King, a pie, blackbirds, and a guitar Wait, a guitar Well, maybe .Humor probably appeal to adults and children , classic nursery rhymes, diverse characters Lots of details references to other Mother Goose in the illustrations make this a great fit for one on one storytime, while the rhymes, large text with the responsive questions, and repetition make it a great fit for storytime Can be flexible u [...]


  • MAYBE MOTHER GOOSEWritten by Esme Raji Codell Illustrated by Elisa Chavarri2016 32 PagesAladdinGenre children s, picture book, nursery rhymes This collections gives us some wonderful nursery rhymes and then asks questions that are yes, no or maybe A fun book for kids learning to read Ages 3 5


  • The reasons why I gave this one whole star I love Codell s work normally I loved the illustrations But this Maybe NOT.No rhyme or reason to the items chosen to complete the nursery rhyme Why Just dumb.






  • The concept is a little strange but I thought some of the pages were quite funny I also really enjoyed the illustrations lots of bright colors and cheerful characters.


  • An adorable take on classic nursery rhymes with accompanying pictures and one word to introduce a cute picture and the next rhyme.


  • I love the idea of making this a listening exercise for the kids and having that little bit of humor to go along with it A nice way to revisit these nursery rhymes too






  • Interesting premise and sweet illustrations, but he organization if the book made it difficult to read aloud.



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