Call of Cthulhu: Mother Hydra's Mythos Rhymes
There have been many great meetings throughout history: when Smith met Wesson, when peanut butter met chocolate.... Now H.P. Lovecraft has met Mother Goose, and the result is Mother Hydra's Mythos Rhymes. What does it all mean, Elwood, you might ask? Well it's a mock children's book that has taken traditional nursery rhymes and twisted them with a Cthulhu Mythos slant—and let us not forget your ABCs.
Mother Hydra's Mythos Rhymes is a fully illustrated tome containing twenty-one sinister Cthulhu Mythos–inspired nursery rhymes and a complete alphabet in the style of Edward Gorey. It is written by Jarred W Wallace and illustrated by Heather Hudson. We think that Lovecraft himself would approve—well, we would hope.
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