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La Madre Goose: Nursery Rhymes for los Niños

by Susan Middleton Elya

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Take mother goose, and switch a FEW words - what fun!! ( )
  melodyreads | Jan 6, 2017 |
Susan Middleton Elya is one of my "go-to" authors for bilingual children's books. La Madre Goose is a selection of classic English nursery rhymes re-worked for a bilingual audience. Some of them are even more endearing in their new format, like "Old Madre Rosario."

"Old Madre Rosario went to el armario
to get her poor dog un hueso.
But when she got there, el armario was bare,
so she gave her poor dog un beso."

There - isn't that so much better than the hungry dog in Old Mother Hubbard?

The illustrations by Juana Martinez-Neal are joyful paintings in cheery colors, and according to the dust jacket, several picture her children. Lovely!

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 039925157X, Hardcover)

Classic favorites get a modern Latino twist

The itsy arañita
climbed up the water spout.
Down came la lluvia
and washed la araña out.
 
Classic Mother Goose rhymes get a Latino twist in this cozy collection. From young Juan Ramón sitting in el rincón to three little gatitos who lost their mitoncitos, readers will be delighted to see familiar characters in vibrant, luminous scenes brimming with fanciful details.
 
La Madre Goose will make a playful multicultural addition to every modern bookshelf.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 06 Jun 2016 16:15:15 -0400)

A collection of classic nursery rhymes presented with a bilingual twist.

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