Nursery Rhymes Old and New: Mother Goose meets Mother Mouse, and Classic Nursery Rhymes turn into Computer-age eNursery Rhymes

Nursery Rhymes Old and New: Mother Goose meets Mother Mouse, and Classic Nursery Rhymes turn into Computer-age eNursery RhymesAccompanied By Color Cartoons, These Rhymes Teach The Little Lessons Of Life Necessary For The Computer Age With An Infectious Rhythm That Makes Them Hard To Forget Recommended For Grandparents To Read To Their Grandchildren The Critics Reaction Has Been Positive The Complete Book Of ENursery Rhymes Available Separately Is Recommended By ComputerEdge Magazine , And The MidWest Book Review Calls It A Delightful Collection Of Brief Poems Deriving From The Computer And The Internet, With That Very Funny But Oh So True Recognition That Will Entertain And Delight The Reader In This Book, A Selection Of The Classic Rhymes And Color Illustrations From TheMcLoughlin Edition Of Mother Goose S Rhymes Chimes Are Reproduced On Pages Facing The Computer Age ENursery Rhymes And Colorized Illustrations From The Complete Book Of ENursery Rhymes By Mother Mouse The Book Closes With A Short Story That Explains Why The Mouse Ran Up The Clock

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  • paperback
  • 40 pages
  • Nursery Rhymes Old and New: Mother Goose meets Mother Mouse, and Classic Nursery Rhymes turn into Computer-age eNursery Rhymes
  • Mother Mouse
  • 10 August 2019
  • 9781438243498

13 thoughts on “Nursery Rhymes Old and New: Mother Goose meets Mother Mouse, and Classic Nursery Rhymes turn into Computer-age eNursery Rhymes

  1. says:

    Hickory, dickory dare.The user flew up in the air.The screen turn blue,And he was through.Hicory, dickory, dare.This cute book is 40 pages long and except for one story at the end titled, The Traveling Sales Mouse , contains short poems.The concept behind the book was to juxtapose modern themed poems like the one above with old favorites On the plus side, the poems are a good length for very young children Even the old ones are only a single verse or two long The print is also large r , and so is good for children who are reading for themselves I would guess that the vocabulary in the old favorites is at the 3rd Grade level On the less than plus side, I m not sure that all young people are going to get the new messages I m sure, for example, that neither my 6 or 8 year old knows about the blue screen of death referred to in the poem above.THAT SAID, I am really glad to add this book to our shelves I think many of the newer poems are very funny, and it s nice to have a book that all of us can enjoy Plus, I m using the new poems to teach my small fry some computer topics I d suggest this book to families like mine, where the old poems are well known, and where new poems can be appreciated Older children, 4th thru 6th grade, might especially enjoy the computer humor I also planning on ordering a copy for a computer engineer friend This book was a prize winner in the 2006 Hollywood Book Festival.

  2. says:

    This book definitely has a unique look to it On one page is a well known nursery rhyme with accompanying delightfully old fashioned drawings and across from this traditional page is a modern rhyme in the same style as the older one but written about computer topics and with cute little colorful drawings It definitely combines crosses a generational bridge.I think a grandparent reading this to a grandchild or the other way around would be great like introducing each other to a their worlds.The addition of a contemporary take on a fairy tale was a nice addition

  3. says:

    This clever little book juxtaposes familiar old nursery rhymes with updated versions for the computer generation The rhymes are cute and catchy, if sometimes forced and awkward, but should entertain kids and computer frustrated parents alike I won this snazzy book on a goodreads giveaway.

  4. says:

    I really wanted to like this it s a cute concept, and someone clearly put their heart into it The concept is that on one side of the page, there s a traditional nursery rhyme, and on the other side, there s a computer age update I will freely admit that as a graphic designer, much of my disappointment is at the layout the titles are done in Courier, a big design no no, and the illustrations on the updated pages could be polished But the poems also feel like words were chosen just to make it match the original, and the new poems don t really make sense on their own They re also pretty dated Bah, Bah Black Sheep becomes Spin Up, Floppy Disk I m not sure when I last even saw a computer with a floppy disk drive

  5. says:

    This was absolutely a waste of my time, I thought it was kinda dumb.

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