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A children's book of verse

Author: Eric Kincaid
Publisher: Newmarket, England : Brimax Books, 1987.
Edition/Format:   Book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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An anthology of poetry that covers the widest range of children's verse from classic, haunting, humorous, epic and magical.
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Genre/Form: Collections
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eric Kincaid
ISBN: 086112426X : 9780861124268
OCLC Number: 18131663
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 157 p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm.
Contents: The lonely scarecrow / James Kirkup --
The eagle / Alfred Lord Tennyson --
Mr Nobody / Anonymous --
The highwayman / Alfred Noyes --
On the Ning Nang Nong / Spike Milligan --
Jack Frost / Cecily Pike --
Mrs Moon / Roger McGough --
If you should meet a crocodile / Anonymous --
Way down south where bananas grow / Anonymous --
Up in a basket / Anonymous --
The hippopotamus / Jack Prelutsky --
The duck / Ogden Nash --
The mermaid/The merman / Alfred Lord Tennyson --
Sir Nicketty Nox / Hugh Chesterman --
The balloon man / Rose Fyleman --
The three kings / Henry W. Longfellow --
Romance / Gabriel Setoun --
Washing / John Drinkwater --
The witch / Percy H. Ilott --
The big rock candy mountains / Anonymous --
Sea-fever / John Masefield --
Who has seen the wind? / Christina Rossetti --
The serpent / Theodore Roethke --
He was a rat / Anonymous --
The lobster quadrille / Lewis Carroll --
The dustman / Anonymous --
The table and the chair / Edward Lear --
Fairies / Rose Fyleman --
Father William / Lewis Carroll --
Cat! / Eleanor Farjeon --
The frog and the bird / Vera Hessey --
Winter the huntsman / Osbert Sitwell --
The traveller / Raymond Wilson --
Nothing / Julie Holder --
The hag / Robert Herrick --
The skippery boo / Earl L. Newton --
The moon / Robert L. Stevenson --
The witches' call / Clive Sansom --
Past, present, future / Emily Brontë --
Where lies the land? / A.H. Clough --
The fairies / William Allingham --
The butterfly's ball / William Roscoe --
Meg Merrilees / John Keats --
My shadow / Robert L. Stevenson --
Johnny Crow's garden / L. Leslie Brooke --
Silver / Walter de la Mare --The wind / Robert L. Stevenson --
The fly-away horse / Eugene Field --
Bedtime / Thomas Hood --
My heart's in the highlands / Robert Burns --
Little Trotty Wagtail / John Clare --
Calico pie / Edward Lear. Lochinvar / Sir Walter Scott --
The tiger / William Blake --
The night will never stay / Eleanor Farjeon --
From a railway carriage / Robert L. Stevenson --
My dog spot / Rodney Bennett --
I wandered lonely as a cloud / William Wordsworth --
The owl / Alfred Lord Tennyson --
The wind / John Lea --
The cowboy's lament / Anonymous --
Two witches / Alexander Resnikoff --
The song of Mr. Toad / Kenneth Grahame --
Someone / Walter de la Mare --
Fairy story / Stevie Smith --
If pigs could fly / James Reeves --
Windy nights / Robert L. Stevenson --
The signifying monkey / Anonymous --
In the orchard / James Stephens --
The walrus and the carpenter / Lewis Carroll --
The sugar-plum tree / Eugene Field --
Frutta di mare / Geoffrey Scott --
Eldorado / Edgar Allan Poe --
My mother said / Anonymous --
My dog Tray / Thomas Campbell --
Hallowe'en / Leonard Clark --
The dark house / Anonymous --
Jack Frost / Gabriel Setoun --
The rainbow fairies / Anonymous --
The little things that happen / Marjorie Wilson --
A night with a wolf / Bayard Taylor --
A kitten / Eleanor Farjeon --
The owl and the pussy-cat / Edward Lear --
The white sea-gull / Mary Howitt --
The robin / Thomas Hardy --
It was long ago / Eleanor Farjeon --
Answer to a child's question / Samuel T. Coleridge --
The sound of the wind / Christina Rossetti --
The pobble who has no toes / Edward Lear --
The little wee man / Ian Serraillier --
A fairy went a-marketing / Rose Fyleman --
The rock-a-by lady / Eugene Field --
The north wind doth blow / Anonymous --
The Eskimo baby / Lucy Diamond --
The kayak / Anonymous --
The kitten in the falling snow / James Kirkup --
Travel / Robert L. Stevenson --
Three jolly huntsmen / Anonymous --
The pig's tail / Norman Ault --
Ducks' ditty / Kenneth Grahame --
The squirrel / Ian Serraillier --
A smugglers' song / Rudyard Kipling --
Sweet and low / Alfred Lord Tennyson.
Responsibility: illustrated by Eric Kincaid.

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An anthology of poetry that covers the widest range of children's verse from classic, haunting, humorous, epic and magical.

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