Mary Had a Little Lamb is Published
OK, just a little trivial history for today perhaps – though I am sure that some people will see this as very interesting news. ‘Mary Had a Little Lamb,’ that is the nursery rhyme, was first published on this day in 1830 by publishers Marsh, Capen & Lyon. The nursery rhyme was written by Sarah Josepha Hale
and was apparently based on a real life situation.
For a book of poems for children by the author Sarah Hale, including Mary Had a Little Lamb –
Visit the Internet Archive at:
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