Tales of Brother Goose
Tales of Brother Goose, written by Brett Nicholas Moore, was a satirical book published in May 2006 which pokes fun at the classic Mother Goose tales.
The narrator of the stories is Brother Goose, who is the son of Mother Goose. He incorporates modern life into the old seventeenth century tales.
- Review by Frances Lynn, author of Crushed and Frantic: http://www.franceslynn.org/bookreviews.asp
- Kirkus review: http://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/brett-nicholas-moore/tales-of-brother-goose/
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