Mary had a little lamb, its fleece was white as snow. And everywhere that Mary went, the lamb was sure to go. It follows her to school one day—and then the fun really starts! Illustrations rendered in acrylic, gouache, and fabric collage bring a fresh look to this classic children’s nursery rhyme A note about the poem’s origin is included.
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(Although it must be noted that Volcano’s tragic star is also totally hilarious.) Even if you haven’t read Lowry’s work, you can watch the entire 1972 Oscar-nominated documentary about his life here for free.Jul 06 2011 | Read Full Review of Mary Had a Little Lamb
On December 6, 1877, Thomas Edison made one of the first recordings of the human voice, a phonograph recording of “Mary Had a Little Lamb.” Below, Edison recites the nursery rhyme.Dec 06 2012 | Read Full Review of Mary Had a Little Lamb
“When I discovered that Mary and Lamb were on each page, a story in poems started to emerge.” There are echoes of Sarah Josepha Hale’s famous nineteenth-century rhyme “Mary Had a Little Lamb,” which tells the story of a young girl named Mary Sawyer who brings her pet lamb to school.Jul 06 2011 | Read Full Review of Mary Had a Little Lamb
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