Mother Goose finds herself on trial. She is accused of bringing harm to the characters in her stories so she can gain profit and fame from the retelling of their tale. The prosecuting attorney is a wolf and the jury is made up of some of the characters from her stories who are bringing the charges against her! Add to this an unsympathetic judge, played by an owl, and the Goose is in trouble! Mother Goose is defended by a soft spoken bear, who has a hard time convincing the jury that there is more to the stories than the violence that occasionally appears in them. Things look really bad for the Goose until the defense find themes weaving through her stories by cross-examining the characters of her nursery rhymes.