JACK HORNER AND SONG OF SIXPENCE by Kmily Barto

JACK HORNER AND SONG OF SIXPENCE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Double function this -- as an introduction presents the political and social implications of the lampoons of VIII's time, which have come down to us as children's nursery rhymes. Jack Horner and Jack be mble (both in this little volume) were concerned with the same scoundrel: Song of Sixpence struck right at the King's own household. Small children can skip the introduction and enjoy the pictured rhymes.

Publisher: Longmans, Green