Mother Goose to the Rescue Storytime with authors Nate Evans and Stephanie Gwyn Brown
Nursery rhymes in an action packed storytime!
Gather around for this fun new twist on Mother Goose with authors Nate Evans and Stephanie Gwyn Brown. Once Upon A Time is excited to host a storytime to engage young readers ages 3 - 6!
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About Mother Goose to the Resue: Join Mother Goose and her band of nursery rhyme characters as they jump to the rescue in this rhyming picture book celebrating the heroism of firefighters!
DING-DONG! Alarm bells chime
in Mother Goose's House of Rhyme!
Welcome to Mother Goose's House of Rhyme, where a team of firefighting nursery rhyme characters are ready to leap into the action! When the Queen of Hearts's bakery goes up in flame, Chief Mother Goose, The Five Little Piggies, Mary and her little lamb, and the rest of the team are on the case.
With fun, rhyming text, and featuring classic nursery rhyme characters, Mother Goose to the Rescue is the perfect way to celebrate firefighters everywhere.
About Nate Evans: Nate is the New York Times best-selling author/illustrator of more than forty children's books, including Ponyella with Laura Numeroff. His most recent picture book is Cookiesaurus Rex, co-authored with Amy Fellner Dominy. Tyrannosaurus Ralph is his first middle-grade graphic novel, with artwork by his brother, Vince Evans. Before turning to his true love--children's books--Nate was a greeting card artist. Nate is also a seventh-grade teacher and loves to share his passion for books with his students.
About Stephanie Gwyn Brown: Stephanie experiments with traditional and digital media in her Los Angeles studio. She is an author, painter, poet, illustrator, designer, aspiring puppeteer-musician, and award-winning experimental animator. When not tending her backyard menagerie, she may be found at the Natural History Museum, in a public library, or in a classroom. Stephanie is the author of Professor Aesop's the Crow and the Pitcher, and Bang! Boom! Roar! A Busy Crew of Dinosaurs.
Saturday, February 27 at 2:00 PM Pacific Time
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