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The Book of 1,000 poems.

Publisher: New York : Wings Books ; Avenel, N.J. : Distributed by Outlet Book Co., 1993.
Edition/Format:   Book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A collection of poems by writers ranging from William Blake and Henry W. Longfellow to Emily Dickinson and Robert L. Stevenson, arranged by topics such as "The Seasons," "Nursery Rhymes," and "Lullabies and Cradle Songs.
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Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
ISBN: 0517093332 9780517093337
OCLC Number: 27897930
Notes: Includes indexes.
Description: 630 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: CONTENT: About the fairies - Aconite - Acorn - Action rhyme -Dis, a dis, a green grass - A E I O U - Aeroplane, Farewell, to C.E.G. - Afternoon on a hill - A-hunting - All in red - All seasons shall be sweet - Among the nuts - Amy Elizabeth Ermyntrude Annie - Apple blossoms - Apple harvest - Apple rhyme - April - April rain - As I went up the garden - As Joseph was a-walking - At breakfast - At night in the wood - At sunset - August - Autumn - To autumn - Autumn morning - Autumn robin - Autumn song - Baby beds - Baby-land - Baby verse - Bachelor's buttons - Badgers - Balloon man - Balloon man - Balloon seller - "Banbury fair" - Barbara Frietchie - Barrel organ - Beanfield - Beautiful meals - Bed-time - Bed-time - Before spring - Beggar maid - Bell horses - Bells of heaven - Bells of London - Bells of youth - Best of all - Best of all - Bethlehem - Betty at the party - Billy boy - Bird at dawn - Bird bath - Birdies' breakfast - Birds - Birds' nest - Birds on the school windowsill - Bit of colour - Blackbird - Blackbird - Blackbird - Blacksmith - From a blessing for the blessed - Bless you, bless you - Blind men and the elephant - Bluebells - Bluebells - Bluebells - Boats sail on the rivers - Boots and shoes - Boy's song - Bramble jam - Bread - Brook - Brown frog - Brown thrush - Browny bee - Browny hen - Bubbles - Bunny rabbit - Bus - Buttercup - Buttercups - Buttercups and daisies - Butterfly. Calendar rhyme - Caravan - Caravans - Carol - Carol singers - Castles in the sand - Cat came fiddling - Caterpillar - Change in the year - Chanted calendar - Cherry tree - Chestnut buds - Child's christmas carol - Child's grace - Child's morning prayer - Child's prayer - Child's song - Child's song in spring - Child's song of christmas - Child's thought - Children's bells - Chill - Chillingham - Chimes - Chimney-tops - Christmas - Christmas carol - Christmas eve - Christmas - Christmas night - Christmas party - Christmas song - Christmas tree - Christmas-tree song - Christmas verse - Christmas wish - City child - City mouse and the garden mouse - Cliff-top - Clothes-line - Clucking hen - Cobbler - Cobwebs - Cock a doodle doo! - Cock Robin got up early - Colour - Come here, little Robin - Come unto these yellow sands - Conversation - Country child - Country faith - Cow and the ass - Cradle hymn - Cradle song - Cradle song at Bethlehem - Crocuses - Crow - Cuckoo - Curliest thing - Daffodils - Daisies and grasses - Daisy - Dame, get up - Dame trot and her cat - Dancing on the shore - Dandelion puff - Dandelions - Danish cradle song - Danny Murphy - Darkening garden - Dawn - Day - Day and night - Day at the farm - Daybreak - Day before April - Daybreak in a garden - Deserted house - Dicky-birds - Diddle, diddle, dumpling - ding-dong! - Disappointed shrimper - Divine image - Doggies went to the mill - Donkey - Dormouse - Dove says, coo - Doves - Down by the meadows - Dragon - Draw a pail of water - Dream fairy - Dream pedlary - Dream ship - Duck - Ducks - Duck's ditty - Dust - Dustman - Dustman - Eagle - Early morning - Easter - Easter chick - Easter praise - Echoing green - Egg for easter - Eggs for breakfast - Elephant - Elfin knight - Elfin pedlar. Elfin people fill the tubes - Elixir - Engine driver - Envoi - Eskimo baby - Evening - Evening song - Every day - Everyday things - Ex ore infantium - Faerie fair - Fairies - Fairy cobbler - Fairy dream - Fairy feet - Fairy flute - Fairy music - Fairy ring - Fairy shoemaker - Fairy sleep and Little Bo-Peep - Fairy song - Fairy went a-marketing - Familiar friends - Fan, the filly - Farewell to the farm - Far-farers - Farmer went trotting - Farmyard - Feather for my cap - February - Feet - Ferryman - Fiddle - Field daisy - Field-mouse - Fifteen acres - Fine day - Finger folk - Finger play - Finger play for a snowy day - Fires - First of April - First spring morning - Fish and bird - Five-fingered maple - Five little brothers - Five sisters - Flower chorus - Flower-seller - Fluttering leaves - Flying - Foreign children - Foreign lands - Forget-me-not - Forsaken merman - Found in the woods - Fountain - Four and eight - "Four paws" - Four scarlet berries - Four sweet months - Foxgloves - Freedom - Friday - Friend in the garden - Frisky lamb - Frog - Frog and the bird - Frolic - From a railway carriage - From house to house he goes - From the train - Full early in the morning - Furry home - Gallant ship - Gates to England - Gay robin is seen no more - Getting up - Giant's cake - Gipsy Jane - Gipsy man - Girl and her fawn - Girls and boys come out to play - Glow-worms - Go out - Go, pretty child - Go to bed early - Goblin - Goblin market - Godfrey Gordon Gustavus Gore - Gold - Goldenhair - Good morning - Good night - Good night and good morning - "Good night" says the owl - Grace and thanksgiving - Grand old Duke of York - Grasshopper and the cricket - Grasshopper green - Greedy little pig - Green cornfield - Green lady - Greenland winter - Grey brother - Growing rhyme - Growing river - Gypsies - Half holiday - Happy child - Happy thought - Hark! Hark! the lark - Harvest - Harvest - Harvest song - Hay harvest. Haymaking - Hay-time - He prayeth well - Hedgehog - Hedgehog and his coat - Heigh ho! - Here's to the poor widow from Babylon - Here we come a-haying - Here we come a-piping - Here we go up - He diddle, dinkety - Hiawatha's brothers - Hiawatha's childhood - Hickety, pickety - Hide and seek - Hie away! - High in the pine-tree - High June - Hindu cradle song - Hob the elf - Holiday train - Home thoughts from abroad - Honey bear - Hot-cross buns! - House that Jack built - How far is it to Bethlehem? - How many days has my baby to play? - How many miles to Barley Bridge? - Hurdy-gurdy man - I had a little hen - I had a little hobby-horse - I had a little husband - I had a little husband - I had a little nut-tree - I had a little pony - I love all beauteous things - I must away - I saw a ship a-sailing - I spy - I vow to thee, my country - I wandered lonely - I will keep christmas - I wonder - I'd choose to be a daisy - I'd love to be a fairy's child - Idlers - If - If all the seas were on sea - If I had but two little wings - If I were an apple - If I were a pig - If you see a fairy ring - In days gone by - In February - In May - In springtime - In the April rain - In the fair forest - In the mirror - In the month of February - In the train - In the wood - In the woods - From "Invocation of peace" - Is the moon tired? - It is a pleasant day - Jack Frost - Jack Frost in the garden - Jack o' the inkpot - Jack Tar - Jeanie, come tie my - Jenny and Johnny - Jeremy Hobbler - Jerusalem - Jock O'Dreams - Johnny's farm - Journey - Jovial beggar - Joys - June - Jungle trees - Juniper, Juniper - Just jumbo - Just like a man - Just like me - Just like this - Kayak song - Key of the kingdom - Kind deeds - Kind mousie - Kindness to animals - King John and the Abbott of Canterbury - King of China's daughter - King's wood - Kite - Kitten at play - Kitty - Knight and a lady - Knight's prayer. Lace pedlar - Lady moon - Lamb - Lambs at play - Lamp flower - Land of our birth - Lanes in summer - Larch wood secrets - Last gate - Laughing song - Laughter - Lavender bush - Leaves - Leisure - Light-hearted fairy - Lighthouse - Lights - Lilies are white - Lion and the unicorn - Little Betty Blue - Little bird's song - Little blue apron - Little boy blue - Little brown seed - Little Clotilda - Little cock sparrow - Little Dame Crump - Little dancers - Little elf-man - Little finger game - Little fir tree - Little girl, little girl - Little herd-boy's song - Little Jenny Wren - Little kings and queens of the may - Little Lucy Lester - Little maid and the cowslips - Little men - Little moon - Little old lady - Little piggies - Little rain-drops - Little Robin Redbreast - Little Robin Redbreast - Little things - Little things that happen - Little Tommy Tiddler - Little Trotty Wagtail - "Littles" - The lobster quadrille - Lochinvar - L'Oiseau Bleu - London trees - Lord Ullin's daughter - Love me--I love you - Lovely things - Lucy Lavender - Lullaby - Madrigal - Madrigal - Magic piper - Magic whistle - Making tens - Man went a-hunting at Reigate - March wind - Marching song - Marigolds - Marketing - May - May-time - Meadows - Mag Merrilees - Mermaid - Merman - Merry birds - Merry heart - Merry little men - Mice - Michael met a white duck - Michael's song - Midsummer moon - Midsummer night - Milk for the cat - Milkman - Miller, miller - Mincemeat - Minnie and Mattie - Mistress comfort - Monday's child is fair of face - Moon - Moonlight - Moonlit apples - Morning - Morning thanksgiving - Mother duck - Mountain and the squirrel - Mouse - Mouse, the frog and the little red hen - Mr. Beetle - Mr. Brown - Mr. Coggs - Mr. Nobody - Mr. Pennycomequick - Mr. Scarecrow - Mr. Squirrel - Mrs. Brown - Mrs. Indiarubber Duck - Mrs. Jenny Wren - Mrs. Macqueen - The muffin man - Muffin-man's bell. My doggie - My dog, Spot - My early home - My garden - My hut - My lady spring - My little dog - My little house - My mother said that I never should - My new rabbit - My new umbrella - My party - My playmate - My toys - New duckling - New sights - New year - New year - New year carol - New year's days - Nicholas Nye - Night - Night in June - Night of spring - Night sky - Night will never stay - Nightingale - No thoroughfare - Nod - Noises in the night - Norse lullaby - North wind - November - Now that the winter's gone - O dandelion - O England, country of my heart's desire - Oh! look at the moon - O, sailor, come ashore - O wind where have you been? - October - October's party - Off we go to market - Old brown horse - Old kitchen clock - Old may song - Old Morgan - Old Mother Goose - Old Mother Hubbard - Old Mrs. Jarvis - Old rhyme - Old shellover - Old woman of the roads - On a dark road - On mayday we dance - On the wind of January - Once I saw a little bird - Once there lived a little man - One misty moisty morning - One blackbird - One, two, buckle my shoe - On the banisters - Open sesame - Our mother - Out of doors - Outside - Overheard on a saltmarsh - Over the fields - Owl - Owl and the pussy-cat - Oxen - Pack, clouds, away - Paddling pool - Pancake - Party song - Patchwork quilt - Pebbles - Pedlar Jim - Pedlar's caravan - Penny wish - Pensioners - Peter and Michael - Picnics - Pictures - Pied piper of Hamelin - Pigeons - Pigeon's story - Pig's tail - Pigwiggen - Pilgrim - Pilgrim fathers - Pimpernel - Pine music - Pink almond - Piper - Pippa's song - Pirate's tea party - Pitty Patty Polt - Plaint of the camel - Playgrounds - Playhouse key - Pony - Poor old Robinson Crusoe! - Poor snail - Poplars - Poppies - Poppies in the garden - Postman - Postman's knock - Praise - Prayer for gentleness to all creatures - Prayer - Prayers - Pretty lady. Pretty maid Marion - Priest and the mulberry tree - Primrose hill - Princely ditty in praise of the english rose - Promise - Proud little spruce fir - Pudding charms - Puk-wudjies - Puppy and I - Pussy-cat and puppy-dog - Pussy cat, pussy cat - Queen bee - Rabbit - Ragged Robin - Rain - Rain in summer - Rainbow fairies - Rainy nights - Red in Autumn - Rhyme for washing hands - Rhyme sheet of other lands - Rich days - Ride a cock-horse - Rivals - Road to town - Roadways - Robin - Robin and Richard - Robin Hood - Robin sang sweetly - Robin's song - Rock-a-by lady - Rock-a-bye, baby - Romance - Roses - Round about in a fair ring-a - Round the year - Rufty and tufty - Rune of riches - Said a frog on a log - Saint wears a halo - Santa claus - Scarecrow - Scarf - Scaring crows - School creed - Scissor-man - Sea - Sea fairies - Sea-gull - Sea shell - Sea song - Sea song from the shore - Secret - Secret joy - Secret places - September - Seven little pigs - Shady woods - Sheep - Sheep and lambs - Shell - Shell secrets - Shepherd - Shepherd boy - Shepherd boy's song - Sherwood - Shining things - Shiny little house - Ship sails up to Bideford - Ships - Shower and sunshine - Silent snake - Silver - Silver bells - Silver house - Silver road - Simple simon - Sing ivy - Sing-song rhyme - Sir Nicketty Nox - Six little mice - Skippets, the bad one - Slow spring - Slumber in spring - Snail - Snare - Snow - Snow in town - Snowdrop - Snowdrops - Snowflakes - Snowman - Someone - Song - Song about myself - Song for a ball-game - Song for a little house - Song of a traveller - Song of spring - Song of summer days - Song of the bath - Song of the bird. Song of the engine - Song of the grass - Sons of the king - "Sooeep!" - Sound of the wind - South wind - Sowing seeds - Speed track - Spring - Spring goeth all in white - Spring has come - Spring is coming - Spring morning - Spring prayer - Spring quiet - Spring song - Spring work at the farm - Squirrel - Stalky Jack - Stately lady - Story of the corn - Strange talk - Street lanterns - Street scene - Such a blustery day! - Summer breeze - Summer day - Summer evening - Summer is nigh - Summer lullaby - Summer shower - Sun and moon - Sunset - Sussex legend - Sweet and low - Sweet surprises - Swing - Swinging - Tadpole - Tale of a dog and a bee - Tall nettles - Tall trees - Ten little christmas trees - Ten little dicky-birds - Ten little indian boys - Tewkesbury road - Thames - Thank you for friends - Thank you, pretty cow - Thanks to spring - There--and back - There are big waves - There isn't time - There was a crooked man - There was a little rabbit Sprig - There's snow on the fields - Thief - Things I like - This England - This is England - This native land - Thoughts for a cold day - Three dogs - Three little kittens - Three little men in a boat - Three little pigs - Three mice - Three plum buns - Three riddles - Through nurseryland - Through the porthole - Thrush's nest - Time, you old gipsy man - Timid bunnies - Tired Tim - To a cricket - To autumn - To let - To market, to market - To Senaca Lake - To spring - To the bat - To the cuckoo - Toadstools - Toad the tailor - Topsy-turvy land - Town child - Town window - Toy band - Tragic story - Train - Trains - Travellers - Traveller's return - Travelling - Tree - Tree in the garden - Trees - Trouble at the farm - Try again - Tug-of-war - Twice - Twinkle, twinkle, little star - Two families. Two little blackbirds - Two little kittens - Tyger - Under the greenwood tree - Union jack - Unknown wind Unwritten song - Up, up! Ye dames and lasses gay - Upper skies - Upside-down world - Urchin's dance - Vacation time - Valentine's day - Vespers - Violets - Vision clear - Waits - Waking up - Walk in spring - From "A walking song" - Wandering Jack - Wash-day - Washing-up song - Wasp - Watchmaker's shop - Water - Watering rhyme - Way to fairyland - We thank you! - Weathercock - Weathers - Welcome, little robin - Welcome to spring - Whale - What became of them? - What does the bee do? - What is it? - What piggy-wig found - What the thrush says - What the weather does - When all the world is young - When good King Arthur ruled this land - When I was a little boy - When Mary thro' the garden went - When Polly buys a hat - When the wind is in the east - When we are men - Where are you going? - Where are you going, my little cat? - Where are you going, my little kittens? - Where lies the land? - Where the bee sucks - Whether the weather be fine - "Which is the way to London Town - Whisky Frisky - White fields - White horses - White sheep - Who? - Who has seen the wind? - Who likes the rain? - Who'll help a fairy? - Who's in? - Who's that a-knocking? - "Who's that ringing at the front door bell?" - Widow bird - Wild flower's song - Wild thyme - Willie boy - Willow-boughs - Wind - Wind and the leaves - Wind in the grass - Windmill - Window cleaner - Windy nights - Winter - Winter and spring - Winter joys - Winter's song - Wireless - Wish - Wishes - Wishing - Witch - Wolf and the lambs - Wonderful derby ram - Wood of flowers - Woodman's dog - Woodpecker - World - Wraggle taggle gipsies - Writing letters - Written in March - Wynken, Blynken, and Nod - Yellow fairy - Yesterday - You spotted snakes - Youth - Yussouf - Zoo manners.
Other Titles: Book of a thousand poems.
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A collection of poems by writers ranging from William Blake and Henry W. Longfellow to Emily Dickinson and Robert L. Stevenson, arranged by topics such as "The Seasons," "Nursery Rhymes," and "Lullabies and Cradle Songs.

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