"Mother Goose" is a collective name for rhymes and tales from many sources, some traditional, and some written by famous authors. The term "Mother Goose" appeared as a subtitle on Perrault's collection of fairy tales (1697), and was used as a title by John Newbery for a collection of mostly traditional rhymes (1765).
Large number of Mother Goose nursery rhymes with annotated collection of links.
Mother Goose Pages
Large collection of rhymes with performance tips and sources.
Mother Goose Society
Aims to encourage a love for the tradition of Mother Goose rhymes. Includes history, some rhymes and fingerplays, and a message board.
Mother Goose nursery rhymes illustrated with computer graphics to teach children abstract thinking.
The Real Mother Goose
Text and scanned images of an edition of 1916, illustrated by Blanche Fisher Wright.
Mother Goose and other nursery rhymes, as well as tongue twisters.
Searchable Mother Goose
Search, read, and review the complete rhymes of Mother Goose.
Last update:February 10, 2014 at 21:09:17 UTC