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Mary Had a Little Lamb

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Sarah Josepha Buell Hale was an American writer and an influential editor She is the author of the nursery rhyme Mary Had a Little Lamb She famously campaigned for the creation of the American holiday known as Thanksgiving, and for the completion of the Bunker Hill Monument.

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  • Hardcover
  • 24 pages
  • Mary Had a Little Lamb
  • Sarah Josepha Hale
  • English
  • 13 March 2017
  • 9780761458241

10 thoughts on “Mary Had a Little Lamb

  1. says:

    We got a themed box of books from the library about Farms and this was one of the books. All my kids enjoyed this one. Not a whole lot of substance but wonderful photographs with adorable lambs in them. Something my beginner reader can read to his younger brothers and all enjoy.

  2. says:

    Laura Huliska-Beith's brightly colored, playful illustrations bring life to this classic nursery rhyme. She includes the full text of Sarah Josepha Hale's poem, including some verses that are rarely found elsewhere:

    Mary had a little lamb,
    Its fleece was white as snow,
    And every where that Mary went
    The lamb was sure to go;
    He followed her to school one day—
    That was against the rule,
    It made the children laugh and play,
    To see a lamb at school.

    And so the Teacher turned him out,
    But still he lingered near,
    And waited patiently about,
    Till Mary did appear;
    And then he ran to her, and laid
    His head upon her arm,
    As if he said—“I’m not afraid—
    You’ll keep me from all harm.”

    “What makes the lamb love Mary so?”
    The eager children cry—
    “O, Mary loves the lamb, you know,"
    The Teacher did reply;—
    “And you each gentle animal
    In confidence may bind,
    And make them follow at your call,
    If you are always kind.”

    (text found at: https://www.poets.org/poetsorg/poem/m...)

    Huliska-Beith's expressive illustrations will help children understand the meaning of some of the more difficult words and phrases. "A Note about the Poem" on the last page of the book explains the controversy over whether the poem was originally written by Sarah Joseph Hale or adapted by her, based on a 12-line poem by John Roulstone. A woman named Mary Sawyer Tyler claimed that Roulstone originally wrote the poem about her when she was a little girl who actually had a pet lamb that followed her to school.

  3. says:

    1. Awards the book has received (if any): None
    2. Appropriate grade level(s): Preschool - First Grade
    3. Original 3-line summary: This is a song about a girl named Mary who has a lamb. This lamb follows Mary everywhere she goes, especially to school. Mary loves the lamb and the lamb loves Mary too.
    4. Original 3-line review: This is a classic song that young students learn rather quickly. It is a great way to introduce songs and nursery rhymes to students. They will be able to follow along and repeat on their own after learning the song.
    5. 2-3 possible in-class uses
    This can be a fun art activity with younger students that can use this hand prints to create the legs on the lamb and white cotton as the wool.
    Students can also have a felt storyboard with cutouts of Mary, the lamb, student, school and teachers and go through the song themselves.

  4. says:

    Mary Had a Little Lamb Sara Josepha Hale
    1. Awards: N/A
    2. Grade Level: Pre K - 3
    3. Summary: The notable song about a girl named Mary and her lamb who she loves very much. The story ends with a wonderful message about being kind to animals. The beginning of this book also has sheet music to go along with the song.
    4. Review: Even though the clothing choices are a little outdated, the illustrations in this book are adorable. Children can really understand the whole story just by looking at the pictures.
    5. In Class Uses:
    1. Here’s a really great activity packet about this songbook. I really like interactive story comprehension and sequencing page where students have to cut and paste the words that complete the sentence/rhyme. https://www.educents.com/p/mary-had-a...

  5. says:

    1) None
    2) Ages 3-5
    3) The nursery rhyme is about a young girl, Mary, who has a pet lamb. On Mary's way to school, the lamb follows her. Once she arrives, the teacher tells the lamb to leave. However, the lamb waited nearby because of his love for Mary.
    4)I love this nursery rhyme because it portrays the relationship between a pet and his owner. Although the pet in the rhyme is unusual, I think of my dog when reading it. It is a fun rhyme to read and shows a pet and his owners' love for one another.
    5) I would implement this story in the classroom when discussing animals. Children love to talk about their pets, and bringing a story about a love for a pet can be a topic that children relate to.

  6. says:

    Grades: Toddlers-Kindergarten
    summary: Mary had a little lamb who lovedher so much that it followed her all the way to school and everywhere she went. The rhythm of Mary had a little lamb is seen in various other poems and songs therefore its essential to have this nursery rhyme in your library especially the one illustrated by Tomie de Paola.

    Review: Mary had a little lamb is one of the first few nursery rhymes children in the US learn. This nursery rhyme introduces rhythm and repetition.

    uses: loose introduction to poetry rhythm and repetition, phonemic awareness manipulation and segmentation

  7. says:

    1. Awards: None
    2. Preschool
    3. This nursery rhyme book follows the traditional lines, with a little twist! There is Mary and her little lamb who follows her everywhere she goes. And one day, the lamb even followed Mary to school!
    4. This version of Mary Had a Little Lamb is so adorably written. The pictures are inviting and warm. The implementation of Mary going to school also makes this book much more relevant.
    5. In the classroom:
    The children will love to sing and rhyme along to this song, so in the classroom, singing and reciting could be implemented.
    A craft that would be fun for younger children. They can use white paint to make fingerprint sheep.

  8. says:

    Awards: (None)

    Appropriate Grade Levels: Pre K to Kindergarten

    Summary: It is a song about a white lamb that follows around a girl named Mary. It follows her to school, the teacher asks it to leave the classroom, and it stays right outside and waits for Mary and they walk together back to her house.

    Review: I feel that it's a fun song to sing with children. It can also be humorous for them with the idea of a sheep following around a child. I think that the illustrations added to this can help to make it more engaging.


    Possible Uses in Class: It can be used as a song activity as well as it being used as an introduction to nursery rhymes.

  9. says:

    Allegedly written by Sarah Josepha Hale (an intriguing history of the rhyme is presented by dePaola at the back), dePaola places his version within a New England landscape. Having presented us with the music and words at the start, the narrative is broken down in this picturebook sometimes with wordless spreads and at other times spreads accompanied by lines from the nursery rhyme. The book reminded me of Snow which was part of an MA project. I wonder if the same can be said of Tomie's inspiration here.

  10. says:

    Mary Had a Little Lamb, has always been a classic in the children's book world (at least in my world). The story is based on a lamb that follows every where she goes. One day, Mary goes to class and the lamb follows. She gets into trouble with her teacher, and the lamb has to wait for her. Her classmates eventually wonder why the lamb was so close to her. It is because she is friendly to the lamb. The moral of the story is that if you are kind to others, then you will become friends, and care for each other.

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