List of Adaptations of Mother Goose
The classic Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes revamped with a distinct motif by modern authors.
- Mother Goose in Prose by L. Frank Baum
- "Mother Goose and her Fabulous Puppet Friends" by Diane Ligon
- The Space Child's Mother Goose by Frederick Winsor: Mother Goose for scientific children.
- eNursery Rhymes by Mother Mouse: Mother Goose in the computer nursery.
- Nursery Rhymes Old and New: Mother Goose meets Mother Mouse face to face.
- Mother Goose Tells the Truth About Middle Age by Sydney Altman: Mother Goose for baby boomers.
- New Adventures Of Mother Goose by Bruce Lansky: Mother Goose with the violence abridged.
- Christian Mother Goose by Marjorie Ainsborough Decker: Mother Goose gets religion.
- Mother Goose Rhymes, 1938 WPA mural by Elba Lightfoot at Harlem Hospital, New York, NY
- The Inner City Mother Goose by Eve Merriam: Urban Mother Goose.
- Black Mother Goose Book by Elizabeth Murphy Oliver: Ethnic Mother Goose.
- Mother Goosed - Brighton Gay Panto, by the Pure Corn Company 2010.
- Monster Goose by Judy Sierra illustrated by Jack E. Davis. Harcourt, 2001.
Regionally flavored Mother Geese.
- The Alaska Mother Goose: North Country Nursery Rhymes by Shelley Gill
- An Appalachian Mother Goose by James Still
- Tutu Nene: The Hawaiian Mother Goose Rhymes by Debra Ryll
- Texas Mother Goose by David Davis
- Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes Texas Style by Vicki Nichols
- Deep in the Desert by Rhonda Lucas Donald, illustrated by Sherry Neidigh
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