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The bad parents' garden of verse

Author: Ogden Nash; Reginald B Birch
Publisher: New York : Simon and Schuster, 1936.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Nash, Ogden, 1902-1971.
Bad parents' garden of verse.
New York : Simon and Schuster, 1936
(OCoLC)571093799
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ogden Nash; Reginald B Birch
OCLC Number: 1731979
Description: 132 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Contents: Children's party --
A child's guide to parents --
The stork --
The pig --
The facts of life --
Birdies, don't make me laugh --
It must be the milk --
Barnyard cogitations --
Rainy day --
Song to sung by the father of six-months-old female children --
Ode to C.B.E., practically the only new male child I know of --
Aside to husbands --
Low pressure aria --
Pediatric reflection --
Family court --
The germ --
The camel --
Ask me no questions --
Abdication of a jester --
Apartment to sublet --
unfurnished --
You have more freedom in a house --
A watched example never boils --
The Wapiti --
The baby --
The wombat --
A good parent's garden of vision --
Advice outside a church --
Mr. Ticklefeather --
Sea-side serenade --
September morn --
The cow --
Adventures of Isabel --
Did some one say "Babies"? --
The parent. (Cont.) Epistle to the Olympians --
The cobra --
After the christening --
Some of my best friends are children --
To a small boy standing on my shoes while I am wearing them --
What this country needs is more broadminded babies --
The lama --
One, two, buckle my shoe --
The big tent under the roof --
Lines written to console those ladies distressed by the lines "Men seldom make passes, etc." --
Please leave Father alone --
The return --
The rhinoceros --
Little feet --
Don't cry, darling, it's blood all right --
My Daddy --
In which the poet is ashamed but pleased --
Machinery doesn't answer, either, but you aren't married to it --
The tale of Custard the dragon --
Judgment day --
A lady thinks she is thirsty --
Remembrance of things to come --
"My child is phlegmatic --
" --
Anxious parent --
Thunder over the nursery --
Our child doesn't know anything, or Thank God! --
The caribou --
A carol for children.
Responsibility: by Ogden Nash ; illustrated by Reginald Birch.

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