Mary Had a Little Lamb

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Mary Had A Little Lamb

Childhood is one of the happiest parts of anybody’s life. Childhood is the phase where one doesn’t care about things and is tension free. A child eats, seeps, drink play and learn. Childhood is the formative stage of life. The most important that makes childhood remembered is the loving care and the journey to begin school. Childhood is that period where one learns the most and newest things.

In childhood, every little step is new learning. Every learning mold a kid for a better life.

Going to school for the first time is all about learning and reciting rhymes. There is one very famous rhyme Mary Had a Little Lamb that almost every kid has read in their school. The poem is about a girl taking her lamb to school.

The story of this poem is based on real-life incidents. This is the story of a 14-year-old girl Mary Sawyer who is taking her lamb to the school.

This nursery rhyme was first published by the Boston publishing house Marsh, Capen& Lyon, as a poem by Sarah Josepha Hale in 1830. The rhyme was first recorded in an audio version by Thomas Edison on a phonograph in 1877. The record g of this poem by Thomas edition still exists and now this rhyme has many versions.

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