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A child's garden of verses

Author: Robert Louis Stevenson; Tasha Tudor
Publisher: New York : Checkerboard, ©1981.
Edition/Format:   Book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A collection of poems evoking the world and feelings of childhood.
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Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Louis Stevenson; Tasha Tudor
OCLC Number: 19961283
Description: 67 pages : color illustrations ; 31 cm
Contents: To Alison Cunningham (dedications) --
Bed in summer --
A thought --
At the sea-side --
Young night thought --
Whole duty of children --
Rain --
Pirate story --
Foreign lands --
Travel --
Windy nights --
Singing --
Looking forward --
A good play --
Where go the boats? --
Auntie's skirts --
The land of counterpane --
The land of nod --
My shadow --
System --
A good boy --
Escape at bedtime --
Marching song --
The wind --
The cow --
The lamplighter --
Keepsake mill --
Good and bad children --
Foreign children --
The sun's travels --
My bed is a boat --
The moon --
The swing --
Looking-glass river --
Fairy bread --
Happy thought --
Time to rise --
From a railway carriage --
Winter-time --
The hayloft --
North-west passage --
Farewell to the farm --
The child alone. The unseen playmate --
My ship and I --
My kingdom --
Picture-books in winter --
My treasures --
Block city --
The land of story-books --
Armies in the fire --
The little land --
Garden days. Night and day --
Nest eggs --
The flowers --
Summer sun --
The dumb soldier --
The gardener --
Autumn fires --
Historical associations --
Envoys. To Willie and Henrietta --
To my mother --
To Auntie --
To Minnie --
To my name-child --
To any reader.
Responsibility: by Robert Louis Stevenson ; illustrated by Tasha Tudor.

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A collection of poems evoking the world and feelings of childhood.

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