It's that time once again, folks...
Yes, come with me and "get your book on"!
Today I'm sharing a children's book that is chock full of colorful and charming illustrations. It's Corinne Malvern's 'Mother Goose' and it was published/printed in 1953. The book's condition is pretty awesome, too, when you consider that it's almost 60 years old! I'd love to frame a few select pages, but I wouldn't dare separate them from the original book. That just IS NOT allowed! Did you hear me? NOT allowed!
So, anyway, check out the great cover, below, followed by a few of my fave nursery rhyme/illustration combos from inside...
As if the cover wasn't cute enough,
it actually wraps around to the back
with even MORE adorable characters!
I love the colors, here, and all
of the care-free romping. Do
kids even "romp", these days?
"She whipped him, she slashed him..."
NOT much of a lady in my book!
You and I both know that MUST
be a cubic zirconia she's holding...
This one's my absolute favorite!
It's really cute and just a tad creepy...
There are many, many more within the book, but I wanted to keep things short and sweet. I did a pretty good job of that, huh?