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Favorite poems of childhood

Author: Philip Smith; Harriet Golden
Publisher: New York : Dover Publications, 1992.
Series: Dover children's thrift classics.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A collection of familiar poems for and about children, by such authors as Robert Louis Stevenson, Christina Rossetti, Eugene Field, and Sarah Josepha Hale.
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Genre/Form: Collections
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Philip Smith; Harriet Golden
ISBN: 0486270890 9780486270890
OCLC Number: 26163036
Notes: Includes indexes.
Description: vi, 90 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.
Contents: The land of nod / Robert Louis Stevenson --
Hurt no living thing / Christina Rossetti --
The cat of cats / William Brighty Rands --
I love little pussy / Jane Taylor --
Mary's lamb / Sarah Josepha Hale --
Holding hands / Lenore M. Link --
The field mouse / William Sharp --
Mr. Finney's turnip / Anonymous --
What do we plant? / Henry Abbey --
A wee little worm / James Whitcomb Riley --
Trees / Joyce Kilmer --
Trees / Sara Coleridge --
A frisky lamb / Christina Rossetti --
Whisky frisky / Anonymous --
Nurse's song / William Blake --
The three little kittens / Eliza Lee Follen --
There were two ghostesses / Anonymous --
Jabberwocky / Lewis Carroll --
Only one mother / George Cooper --
The cow / Robert Louis Stevenson --
Tomorrow's the fair / Anonymous --
The duel / Eugene Field --
The moon's the north wind's cooky / Vachel Lindsay --
Mr. Moon / Bliss Carman --
Judging by appearances / Emilie Poulsson --
The dinkey-bird / Eugene Field --
The elf and the dormouse / Oliver Herford --
The little elf / John Kendrick Bangs --
The fairies / William Allingham --
An unsuspected fact / Edward Cannon --
Minnie and Winnie / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
A sea-song from the shore / James Whitcomb Riley --
Ducks' Ditty / Kenneth Grahame --
Swimming / Clinton Scollard --
If / Anonymous --
The fisherman / Abbie Farwell Brown --
O sailor, come ashore / Christina Rossetti --
In the night / Anonymous --
Dutch Lullaby / Eugene Field --
The walrus and the carpenter / Lewis Carroll --
Laughing song / William Blake --
The man in the wilderness / Anonymous --
What is pink? / Christina Rossetti --
The purple cow / Gelett Burgess --
The owl and the pussy-cat / Edward Lear --
Antigonish / Hughes Mearns --
There was a little girl / Anonymous --
A magician / Eunice Ward --
King Arthur / Anonymous. The young lady of Niger / Anonymous --
Godfrey Gordon Gustavus Gore / William Brighty Rands --
The rhyme of Dorothy Rose / Pauline Frances Camp --
My shadow / Robert Louis Stevenson --
A tragedy / Doris Webb --
The pantry ghosts / Frederic Richardson --
Mr. Coggs, watchmaker / Edward Verrall Lucas --
Little Boy Blue / Eugene Field --
The quangle wangle's hat / Edward Lear --
The butter Betty bought / Anonymous --
Barbershop / Martin Gardner --
The raggedy man / James Whitcomb Riley --
Great fleas have little fleas / A. De Morgan --
The peppery man / Arthur Macy --
August / Celia Thaxter --
The mayor of Scuttleton / Mary Mapes Dodge --
Aunt Eliza / Harry Graham --
Armies in the fire / Robert Louis Stevenson --
The star / Jane Taylor --
The tyger / William Blake --
The children's hour / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow --
Tender-heartedness / Harry Graham --
Windy Nights / Robert Louis Stevenson --
October / Thomas Bailey Aldrich --
The whango tree / Anonymous --
Little orphant Annie / James Whitcomb Riley --
Thanksgiving day / Lydia Maria Child --
Extremes / James Whitcomb Riley --
The swing / Robert Louis Stevenson --
A flea and a fly in a flue / Anonymous --
The eagle / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
Who has seen the wind? / Christina Rossetti --
I'm nobody! Who are you? / Emily Dickinson --
November night / Adelaide Crapsey --
Eldorado / Edgar Allan Poe.
Series Title: Dover children's thrift classics.
Responsibility: edited by Philip Smith ; illustrated by Harriet Golden.
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A collection of familiar poems for and about children, by such authors as Robert Louis Stevenson, Christina Rossetti, Eugene Field, and Sarah Josepha Hale.

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