The familiar figure of Mother Goose is an imaginary author of a collection of fairy tales and nursery rhymes which are often published as Mother Goose Rhymes. As a character, she appears in one "nursery rhyme". A Christmas pantomime called Mother Goose is often performed in the United Kingdom. The so-called "Mother Goose" rhymes and stories have formed the basis for many classic British pantomimes. Mother Goose is generally depicted in literature and book illustration as an elderly country woman in a tall hat and shawl, a costume identical to the peasant costume worn in Wales in the early 20th century, but is sometimes depicted as a goose (usually wearing a bonnet).
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Some articles on 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 ...
... Mother Goose - Mother Goose has a light blue dress, a pink hat with two turquoise feathers on it, eyeglasses and pink shoes ... Her only appearance is The Story of Mother Goose ... The Blue Goose - This talkative fowl only appears in her story called The Goose and the Golden Eggs ...
... After a successful concert in Albert Park, Auckland, Mother Goose decided to move to Australia and started playing at Cloudland in Brisbane and at the Playroom on the Gold Coast, Queensland in late 1976 ... Midnight Oil, all started by opening for Mother Goose ... In 1977, Mother Goose embarked on their first national tour with Supercharge ...
... Mainly Mother Goose is the sixth album by popular children's entertainers Sharon, Lois Bram, originally released in 1984 ... of Sharon, Lois Bram's to have a central theme throughout the entire album (aka Nursery Rhymes/Mother Goose) ... Mainly Mother Goose was also the first of the Sharon, Lois Bram albums to be originally released on CD as well as LP Record and Cassette ...
... Worlds of Wonder's Mother Goose has another difference between the legend and this version, in that she doesn't recite nursery rhymes ... Mother Goose not only tells and sings the stories, but also interacts with the characters ...
Famous quotes containing the words goose and/or mother:
“Hey, diddle, diddle,
The cat and the fiddle,
The cow jumped over the moon;
The little dog laughed
To see such sport,
And the dish ran away with the spoon.”
—Mother Goose (fl. 17th18th century. Hey, diddle, diddle (l. 16)
“May dawn, as the proverb goes, bring happy tidings coming from her mother night.”
—Aeschylus (525456 B.C.)