Best-known nonsense verse in the English language, which gave rise to the phrase “over the moon”.
Nursery rhyme supposed to foretell a child’s character or future from their day of birth.
Perhaps the best-known English lullaby, the earliest known version of which was published in about 1765.
English nursery rhyme, the earliest known version of which was published in about 1765.
Nursery rhyme in the form of a puzzle, to which the correct answer is open to debate.
English poem and nursery rhyme by Jane Taylor, first published in 1806 under the title “The Star”.
English nursery rhyme first recorded in the form we know it today in 1670.
English nursery rhyme the earliest known version of which appears in 1784, perhaps referring to a tax on wool introduced in 1275.
English nursery rhyme that may be about Queen Mary I.
Nursery rhyme about the best-known of the British sleep spirits, first published in 1841.