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Oct 9 2011 11:00am
Nursery Rhyme Comics: “Sing a Song of Sixpence"
Lilli Carre

Nursery Rhyme Comics: “Sing a Song of Sixpence

Nursery Rhyme Comics, out October 11th from First Second, features fifty classic nursery rhymes illustrated in comics form by fifty of today’s preeminent cartoonists and illustrators.

Tor.com will be hosting one nursery rhyme a day up to the release date, including entries from Kate Beaton, Mike Mignola, Tony Millionaire, Craig Thompson, and more.

Each rhyme is one to three pages long, and simply paneled and lettered to ensure that the experience is completely accessible for the youngest of readers.

Today: “Sing a Song of Sixpence” by Lilli Carre, author of Lagoon and illustrator of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Fir-Tree.

 

2 comments
Ashley Fox
1. A Fox
This looks awesom. Mmm, I rather think an midwinter girft for my son.

Also: Havent heard/read this ryhm since my own childhood, now it seems such clear allergory.
Algernon Lacey
3. Algernon Lacey
Sing a song of sixpence,
A rocket full of PI
Four and Twenty Politicians
Baked in a pie

When the pie was opened,
The air began to stink,
Now wasn't that a dainty dish
To chuck up down the sink?

Happy Electioneering Season, my American Chumps ... err, Chums!

Praise the Lord, and pass the ammo. The last one loaded's a sitting duck!

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