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Children's poetry

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Mother Goose, or, the old nursery rhymes, 1920

Identifier: PZ8.3.M85 G155
Scope and Contents Hark! Hark! the dogs bark -- Little Jack Homer, sat in a corner -- There was an old woman -- Diddlty, diddlty, dumpty -- We're all jolly boys -- To market, to market to buy a plum cake -- Elsie Marley has grown so fine -- Daffy-down-dilly has come up to town -- Jack Sprat could eat no fat -- Lucy Locket, lost her pocket -- Cross Patch, lift the latch -- Johnny shall have a new bonnet -- There was a little boy and a little girl -- Draw a pail of water -- Jack and Jill -- Little Bo-Peep has lost...
Dates: Publication: 1920

Under the window : pictvres & rhymes for children, 1900

Identifier: PZ8.3.G75 U15
Scope and Contents Under the window is my garden, where sweet, sweet flowers grow -- Will you be my little wife, if I ask you? Do! -- You see, merry Phillis, that dear little maid: has invited Belinda to tea -- Three tabbies took out their cats to tea, as well-behaved tabbies as well could be -- Little Fanny wears a hat like her ancient Grannie -- "Margery Brown, on the top of the hill, why are you standing idle still?" -- Little wind, blow on the hill-top, little wind, blow down the plain -- Indeed, it is true,...
Dates: Publication: 1900