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Peacock pie : a book of rhymes

Author: Walter De la Mare; Louise Brierley
Publisher: New York : H. Holt, ©1989.
Edition/Format:   Book : Juvenile audience : English : 1st American edView all editions and formats
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Presents a collection of poems first published in 1916 describing the capers of fairies, princes, beasts, children, witches, farmers, and kings.
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Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Walter De la Mare; Louise Brierley
ISBN: 0805011242 9780805011241
OCLC Number: 19265875
Description: 111 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
Contents: The horseman --
Alas, alack! --
Tired Tim --
Mima --
The huntsmen --
The bandog --
I can't abear --
The dunce --
Chicken --
Some one --
Bread and cherries --
Old shellover --
Hapless --
The little bird --
Mr. Alacadacca --
Not I! --
Cake and sack --
Groat nor tester --
The ship of Rio --
Tillie --
Jim Jay --
Up and down --
Miss T. --
The cupboard --
The barber's --
Hide and seek --
Mrs. Earth --
Then --
The window --
Poor Henry --
Full moon --
The bookworm --
The quartette --
Mistletoe --
The lost shoe --
The truants --
The sea boy --
Must and may --
Berries --
Off the ground --
The thief at Robin's castle --
A widow's weeds --
Sooeep! --
Mrs. MacQueen --
The little green orchard --
Poor 'Miss 7' --
Sam --
Andy battle's and Nod's song --
Late --
The old soldier --
The picture --
The little old cupid --
King David --
The Penny Owing --
Kings and queens --
The old house --
Unstooping --
All but blind --
Nicholas Nye --
The pigs and the charcoal-burner --
Five eyes --
Tit for tat --
Earth folk --
Grim --
Summer evening --
At the keyhole --
The old stone house --
The ruin --
The ride-by-nights --
Peak and puke --
The changeling --
The mocking fairy --
The honey robbers --
Longlegs --
Bewitched --
Melmillo --
Trees --
Silver --
Nobody knows --
Will ever? --
Wanderers --
Many a mickle --
Snow --
The horseman --
The song of the secret --
The song of soldiers --
The bees' song --
A song of enchantment --
Dream-song --
The song of shadows --
The song of the mad prince --
The song of Finis.
Responsibility: by Walter de la Mare ; with pictures by Louise Brierley.

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Presents a collection of poems first published in 1916 describing the capers of fairies, princes, beasts, children, witches, farmers, and kings.

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