Mother Goose Bright

SKU
1025
Product Type
Personalized Books
Brand
Best
Price
$19.95
Sale Price
$18.95 (save 5%)

Description

The classic nursery rhymes with your child's name right in the rhymes mixed with full page illustrations.

Mother Goose has lost her way and asks you to help her get home. Along the way you meet the old woman living in a shoe, Humpty Dumpty, Miss Muffet and others.

Includes classic Mother Goose nursery rhymes:

Old King Cole, Twinkle Twinkle Little Star; The Old Woman Who Lived in a shoe; Hickory Dickory Dock; Humpty Dumpty; Ring Around the Rosies; Little Miss Muffett; Peter, Peter, Pumpkin Eater; Mary Mary, Quite Contrary; Hey Diddle, Diddle; and Star Light Star Bright. Which one will be your favorite Mother Goose Nursery Rhyme?

When ordering, after clicking "Add to Cart" button, include your child’s name, age, gender, hometown, and the first names of up to three friends or relatives (relatives always recommended because these books are real keepsakes!)  This book has additional personalized information including birthdate.

This is a quality personalized children’s book with washable surface and fully illustrated pages in color. Hard cover book, approximately 6" by 9", 24 pages.

Excerpt from book

       One sunny day Edward Alan Gardner, from Elgin, Oklahoma, was enjoying the afternoon with Meme and Pop-Pop.  Suddenly Mother Goose landed in front of him.  “Oh fiddle de de, fiddle de dum, I was visiting Old King Cole and I have lost my way home!” exclaimed Mother Goose.  ”Please do not worry Mother Goose, I will help you find your way home,” Eddie offered eagerly.

     They soon came upon an old woman living in a giant shoe.  "Let's ask for directions," suggested Eddie.  There were so many children playing that Mother Goose and Eddie didn't know what to do. The children were all laughing and playing so loud that Eddie and Mother Goose decided to keep walking.

        “Up ahead I see Little Miss Muffet sitting on a tuffet.  I bet she can help,” said Eddie.  But everyone was frightened away by a huge spider wearing a little brown hat.  Eddie was so scared he ran away too. Eddie wished Meme and Pop-Pop could have been there to help.