|Written by||Constance Allen|
|Series||A Little Golden Book|
Rhymes featured include:
- "Little Bo Peep" - Count von Count helps Betty Lou as Peep count her sheep.
- "Pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake, baker's man" - Cookie Monster bakes cakes, then eats them and the pan, too.
- "Old Mother Hubbard" - Roxie Marie goes to the cupboard looking for something starting with the letter B.
- "Peter Piper" - Bert proudly polishes his paper clips.
- "Little Jack Horner" - Oscar the Grouch sits in a corner eating anchovy pie, shooing away Big Bird.
- "Little Miss Muffet" - Betty Lou, this time as Miss Muffet, sits on her tuffet, eating a bowl of stew.
- "Hickory Dickory Dock" - Little Bird climbs the clock to cry, "Cuck-oo."
- "Pussy Cat Pussy Cat" - Grundgetta takes the place of the pussycat, going to the dump and asking who wants to know.
- "Rain Rain Go Away" - Sesame Street Monsters, including Herry Monster, want the rain to end so they can play.
- "Old King Cole" - Ernie takes on the role of Old King Cole, but eats only Healthy Food, including his bread, cheese and fruit, nicely stewed.
- "Jack Be Nimble" - In a nod to his "first and last" sketch, Grover takes on Jack in a hobbyhorse race.
- "Hey Diddle Diddle" - Bert watches out the window of his apartment to see a Twiddlebug fiddle, Gladys the Cow moo at the moon, Barkley bark, and Oscar bang spoons against his can.
- "Sing a Song of Sixpence" - Six Monsters, including Elmo and Telly Monster, dance in a version of the rhyme.
- "Mary Had a Little Lamb" - Prairie Dawn takes on the role of Mary, with not only a lamb, but also a cow, a dog and two furry friends (Grover and Telly).
- "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" - Elmo looks out his window at the stars.