Nursery-Songs.com has found some wonderful places on the web to
share with you. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do.
favorite - This beautiful site looks at the albums, greetings
cards and ephemera that became popular during the Victorian
period. This unusual resource provides a wonderful insight into
the customs and the time. If you enjoy Malcolm Warrington’s
lovely site, send him an email him telling him so, and be sure
to tell him hello from Nursery-Songs.com.
Mother Goose Society
- The official site of the Mother Goose Society. Great recipes,
prop ideas, finger plays, performer information, and much more!
Nursery Rhymes, Lyrics, and Origins
- This site offers traditional and modern speculations about
many nursery rhymes, including marvelous details only an English
scholar could know about some of the history behind the great
rhymes. It captures well the aura associated with their
The Victorian Web
- Tour this site and find an abundance of information about the
Victorian era. Learn about the literature, architecture,
photography, art, theatrical performance, religion, and just
about anything else you can think of from the Victorian period.
This site offers a wealth of information. Click here to go
directly to the page dedicated to
The Dalziel Brothers.
here to listen to the most popular hymn tune written by J.W.
Elliott that is still being sung today in many churches.
The Victorian Era
site is a superb resource for information on companies,
individuals and organizations that provide products, services,
or information useful to those interested in Victoriana. Visit
them to find sources for period clothing, antiques, jewelry,
memorabilia, Victorian gardening information, books, videos, and
much more. A fun and intriguing site.
Child - is a nonprofit organization
dedicated to promoting literacy through an array of programs
including Community Outreach, an educational web site, and
after-school and summer camp programs.
to hear the wonderful sounds of
nursery rhymes music
by Robin Hendrix. This
CD has been chosen by many people as the perfect new baby gift.
It is also popular with early childhood education specialists
for use in music activities.