The Great Nursery Rhyme Disaster

The Great Nursery Rhyme Disaster

By David Conway; Melanie Williamson (Illustrator)

Tiger Tales, Hardcover, 9781589250802, 1pp.

Publication Date: March 2009

Little Miss Muffet is bored. She's tired of her same old nursery rhyme and she has had enough of that scary, little spider! So off she goes into the pages of the book to try other nursery rhymes. Falling down a hill with Jack and Jill was too painful, running up a clock is just embarrassing and running away with the spoon caused a great ruckus with the dish! Soon Little Miss Muffet was running through the pages of the book and creating chaos throughout the rhymes. Until Little Miss Muffet decided that she no longer needed a change. Mother Goose has never been funnier than in this outrageously silly picture book!

About the Author
David A. Conway received his Ph.D. at Princeton University and has written in the areas of social philosophy and philosophy of religion. Currently he is Associate Professor Emeritus at the University of Missouri, St. Louis.

Melanie Williamson is a successful house flipper, real estate professional, and writer. A member of the Lake Erie Landlord Association, Melanie has worked on twelve successful flips. The year after graduating from college, she successfully flipped her first house on her own, using the profits to pay off her student loan debt. Melanie's articles have appeared on several websites, including Angie's List, Realty Trust Services, and She lives in Vermilion, OH.