- Performers Contact Information: The best listing of Mother Goose Storytellers online.
- Mother Goose Guild: Mission: Mother Goose performers who have a common purpose to keep standards high in promoting the wonder of words through nursery rhymes and storytelling. See "Contact List" above.
Libraries with Mother Goose Programs
- Internet Public Library - Live Audio: Mother Goose on the Web Story Hour
- Seattle Public Library: "Begin With Books" curriculum theme kits:
are designed for teachers and caregivers working with children ages 2 to 6. Each kit contains five to nine picture books, a teacher resource book, a toy, an audio
or videotape and a curriculum guide that are all theme related! This is just a small sample of the activities offered in the Mother Goose Curriculum Kit
- The Newburyport Public Library
94 State Street, Newburyport, MA Tel: (978) 465-4428
Mother Goose Story Time
- Mastics-Moriches-Shirley Community Library
407 William Floyd Pkwy., Shirley, NY 11967
Mother Goose Lapsit:
This program for the very youngest child, birth through 30 months,
and his/her parents, combines both the elements experts recommend
language and play. In fact, the program is 30 minutes of playing
with language. The Children's and Parents' Services Department
invites Moms and Dads to bring in their babies for our Mother
- Vermont Center for the Book: Beginning With Mother Goose
Program gives adults the books, information and activities they
need to help babies start their lives as readers. Funding is available
during 1998 for training workshops around Vermont.
- Toronto: Mother Goose Rhymes-That-Bind:
is an oral language development program for parents and pre-schoolers
that focuses on rhyme, story and song. Parents with babies and
toddlers come together....
- Mother Goose Parade: El Cajon, California
is traditionally held the Sunday before Thanksgiving and is the second
largest parade in the state. Attended annually by half a million people,
the three mile parade route spans a two-hour period. El Cajon celebrated
its 47th annual "gift to children" in November of 1993. For information call
the Mother Goose Parade Association at 619-444-8712.