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Mother Goose - A Personalized Story

These are classic nursery rhymes which include your child's name in each story, mixed with full page illustrations.

The story is personalized with the child's details which you provide like name, age, hometown, names of friends, the child's street address and of course your name, the person giving the book and the date you are giving it. This makes it a great keep sake.

We'll add a special message from you to the child like "Happy Birthday!" or similar, a no cost to you, if you request it on the order form.

Click here to see a sample book. A detailed story of this book is given below

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Mother Goose
Sample page illustration

Book Cover

Sample page illustration

Price $18.95 Book#510   Hard cover     6 3/4" x 8 1/4"  34pages   For ages 3-9

From Marion: " I can't believe your service!  It seems as if I just ordered the books today. They are so cute, just perfect!  I also loved the added touch of the bookplate with the space for a photograph.  The books are delightful, thank you so much! I'll be in touch again soon....".  Read more testimonials

A detailed story of this book is given below.  We guarantee satisfaction so there is no risk when you order our books.

Please include the following on the order form:-

  • Book number
  • Child's name
  • Child's age
  • Child's gender
  • Hometown
  • Street address (optional)
  • A friend's name
  • Name of person giving the book
  • Date the book is given

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Mother Goose - The detailed story

As you read the story below substitute the underlined information with yours.  This is just a sample, your book will be made using the requested information above.

  • Page 1 - The book title and picture illustrations
  • Page 2 - Picture illustrations (2 samples shown on top of this page)
  • Page 3 - "Mother Goose" was created especially for Jessica Ann Smith at the age of 6, with love from Mommy and Daddy, December 25, 1999

The rain fell against the house on 1234 Anywhere Street.  "We can't play outside; it's just too wet," sighed Jessica.   "It's too wet and gray for Amy to come over."   A rhyme came to mind.  This gave Jessica an idea for a new game: Rain, rain go away, come again some other day.  For Jessica and Amy it's just too wet to play today.

  • Page 4 - "This is fun!" Jessica said.  She quickly tried another rhyme: Hey diddle, diddle!  Jessica played the fiddle, Amy jumped over the moon.  Jessica laughed to see such a sport, and Amy ran away with the spoon.
  • Page 5 - Picture illustrations
  • Page 6 - More picture illustrations
  • Page 7 - "That was pretty good," Jessica said.  "Here's another one..."  Pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake, baker's man.  Bake Jessica a cake and a gingerbread man.  Put it in the oven, so fluffy and light, then serve it to Jessica and Amy tonight.
  • Page 8 - Jessica laughed out loud when she thought of this one.... Jessica saw an old woman who lived in a shoe.  She had so many children she didn't know what to do.  She gave Jessica some broth and some cinnamon bread, and kissed her and hugged her and put her to bed.
  • Page 9  - Picture illustrations
  • Page 10 - More picture illustrations
  • Page 11  - Jessica wondered what she could do with "Jack be nimble."  Jessica be nimble, Jessica be quick, Jessica jumped over the candlestick.  Jessica jumped so high she touched the sky..... and didn't get back 'til the Fourth of July.
  • Page 12 - Jessica remembered she had heard this one in school one day... Little Bo Peep has lost her sheep and doesn't know where to find them.   "Leave them alone," Jessica said on the phone, "And I'll travel close behind them."
  • Page 13 - Picture illustration
  • Page 14 - Another picture illustration
  • Page 15 - Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch a pail of water.  Jack fell down and broke his crown, and Jill came tumbling after.  Up jack got and off did trot, careful not to stray.  But there sat Jill so sad and still; So then Jessica said, Let's play!"
  • Page 16 - What are little girls made of?  Sugar and spice and everything nice.   That's what little girls are made of.  Jessica giggled when she thought of this one.
  • Page 17 - Picture illustrations
  • Page 18 - More picture illustrations
  • Page 19 - What are little boys made of?  Snakes and snails and puppy dog tails.   That's what little boys are made of.  Jessica really giggled when she thought of this one.
  • Page 20 - Thirty days have September, April, June and November, all the rest have thirty-one, excepting February alone, Jessica sees twenty-eight days there, and Jessica sees twenty-nine each leap year.

"This is getting too easy," said Jessica.   "I'll try a harder one."

  • Page 21- Picture illustrations
  • Page 22 - More picture illustrations
  • Page 23 - Little Miss Muffet sat on a tuffet eating her curds and whey.  Before a big spider could sit down beside her, Jessica stood bold with a big stick to hold, and frightened the spider away.
  • It only took a moment for Jessica to come up with a new rhyme: Humpty-Dumpty sat on a wall.  Humpty-Dumpty had a great fall.  All the king's horses and all the king's men, couldn't put Humpty together again.  Then along came Jessica with her tape and her glue and put back the pieces as good as new.
  • Page 25 - Picture illustration
  • Page 26 - Another picture illustration
  • Page 27  - Hickory, dickory dock, the mouse ran up the clock.  The clock struck one, the mouse ran down, and followed Jessica into town.  Hickory, dickory dock.
  • Page 28 - Jessica had trouble with the next rhyme.  "Try adding your name to this one,"  Jessica said.   Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.  A peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked.  If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers , where's the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked?   Oh well.....Jessica doesn't like to eat pickled peppers anyway.
  • Page 29 - Picture illustration
  • Page 30 - Another picture illustration
  • Page 31 -  Jessica thought of this clever rhyme for "Three men in a tub."  Rub-a-dub dub, three men in a tub.  Who do you think they could be?  The barber, the baker, the candlestick maker, all floating in the sea.  Amy couldn't believe all the fish they retrieved, until Jessica pulled out three.
  • Page 32 - Twinkle, twinkle little star how Jessica wonders where you are.   Up above Jessica's world so high, like a diamond in the sky.  Your bright and shinning little spark, makes Jessica happy as a lark.  Glowing brightly near and far, twinkle, twinkle little star.
  • Page 33 - Picture illustrations
  • Page 34 - The last page, has picture illustrations with the following in the middle : Try this fun game:  Place the names of your friends in the Mother Goose nursery Rhymes.  Then, make up silly names and put them in the verses too!

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