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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PART ONE:
FORMULATION OF A GUIDE TO CHILDREN'S POEMS FOR
THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
CHAPTER
I
Page
THE PROBLEM..........................................
1
Purpose of the Study..............................
1
Findings of Previous Research .........................
2
Expert Opinion........................
7
Pragmatic Considerations. . .
II
.............
......
7
Need for a Guide to Children’s Poems..................
8
The Problem Defined and Delimited .....................
9
POETRY AIDS AVAILABLE TO TEACHERS....................... 11
Courses of Study........................................ 11
III
Published Indexes of Poetry ...........................
12
PROCEDURE IN OBTAINING DATA AND ORGANIZINGMATERIALS. . .
17
Source and Selection of Poetry Books and Poems.........
17
Booklists Based on Research and Expert Opinion . . . .
18
Additional Booklists and Bibliographies............... 20
Books Containing Lists of Poetry Books andPoems . . .
Guides to New Books.
20
........................... 22
Elementary School Basal Readers.......... .
24
Elementary English Textbooks .......................
26
Courses of Study in the Language Arts................. 27
ii
CHAPTER
III
Page
(continued)
Selection of Poetry Books ........................... .
30
Selection of Poems...................................... 32
Source and Selection of Units............................... 32
Units in Published and Mimeographed L i s t s ................34
Units in Books about Units. .
.....
34
Units in Education Indexes.............................. 35
Units in Educational Magazines.
..................... 35
Units in Courses of S t u d y ................
36
Units in Current Textbooks.
36
........
Selection of Units...................................... 37
Classification of Selected Poems .........................
Poetry Themes . . . . . . . . .
...........
. . ... .
37
39
Grade Placement of Poems.................................40
Grade Recommendations............................
Organization of the Guide to Children’s Poems.............
Index to Books.
.................
Unit Index..................................
41
42
42
42
Author Index of P o e m s .................................. 43
BIBLIOGRAPHY......................................................44
I. Books on Children’s Literature........................... 44
II. Book Lists......................................
46
III. Book Reviewing References............................... 49
IV. Courses of Study.........................................50
iii
BIBLIOGRAPHY
V.
VI.
(continued)
Page
Indexes........................
53
References About Units.................................. 53
APPENDIX......................................................... 57
Poetry-Book File.......................................
57
Poem-Title F i l e .......................................... 60
Unit F i l e . . . .
PART TWO:
........................
. . . . . . .
63
A GUIDE TO CHILDREN'S POEMS FOR
THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
INDEX TO POETRY B O O K S .........................................
3
AUTHOR INDEX OF P O E M S ............................................16
INDEX TO UNITS.................................................. 612
iv
LIST OF TABLES
TABLE
I
II
III
IV
V
Page
Additional Ecoklists and Bibliographies Consulted for
Poem Materials ......................... . . . . . . . .
20
Basal and Suprlen.entary Readers.........................
25
English Textbooks Examined.........
27
Distribution of Courses of Study by Types
. . . . . . . .
28
Current Elementary Textbooks otter than Readers and
English Textbooks ........ .
. . . . . . .
56
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PART ONE
FORMULATION OF A GUIDE TO CHILDREN’S POEMS
FOR THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
CHAPTER
THE
I
PROBLEM
Purpose of the Study
As suggested in the title, the present study aims to construct a guide
to children’s poems for the elementary school.
The purpose of the guide is
to enable the elementary teacher, the curriculum worker and the librarian,
of the elementary school child, to locate readily suitable poetry.
The
term, suitable poetry, here means poems which are pertinent to the specific
field of interest in which the children are working and which are within the
scope and understanding of the children.
An exhaustive examination of research studies, in the teaching of poetry
in the elementary school, reveals that two phases have been investigated
frequently.
These are: (l) which poems should be taught at the different
grade levels, and (2) what are the best methods for the teaching of poetry.
It has long been the personal conviction of the investigator that one
approach to the solution of the above problems might be to organize poetry
materials so they would be more accessible to the teacher.
The present
study attempts to deal with the organization of poetry materials, rather than
to determine what poetry should be taught, or how it should be taught.
How­
ever, it should also contribute to a more satisfactory solution of poetry
selection and poetry teaching, incidentally at least, by making it easy to
locate poems, which are appropriate to classroom activity in progress.
Because of this conviction, this study has been undertaken.
2
Findings of Previous Research
A thorough search was made of the literature having a relation to the
choice of poetry, the teaching of poetry, children’s interest in poetry,
reasons why it is not liked, and kindred topics.
Pertinent findings will
be summarized, together with brief comments on the implications of the
findings, and conclusions which seem to have been established, either by
scientific research or by expert opinion.
Poetry is not a literary experience common in the lives of many adults.
The amount of voluntary reading of poetry is exceedingly small.
These facts
are brought out clearly in a study by Lancaster^-, who investigated the read­
ing interests of five hundred twenty-three adults and discovered that there
was "little liking for poetry" by the members of the group.
have shown similar results.
Other studies
The reason why so few read poetry is probably
due to the fact that they have never learned to enjoy it; and the reason why
they have never learned to enjoy it, is doubtless due, in large measure, to
the way in which it was taught.
It is likely that as children they were
forced to read poems with emphasis on poetic form rather than to approach
poetry as an emotional experience desirable for its own sake.
Many teachers
themselves have little appreciation of poetry and, therefore, either neglect
its teaching entirely, or, too often, perpetuate in their teaching their own
emotional hatred of or indifference to it.
It is, of course, better entirely
to ignore poetry than to create in children antipathy to it, which may endure
for life.
1.
E. G. Lancaster, Psychology and Pedagogy of Adolescence, Pedagogical
Seminary. V (1897), pp. 61-128.
3
The belief that poetry is often indifferently taught or, in many in­
stances, entirely neglected accounts, at least in part, for the findings
of recent studies, which show that poetry is seldom voluntarily read by
children.
A study by Jordan-*- reveals that children draw from the library
an exceedingly small number of poetry books; he found that practically no
boys and very few girls voluntarily read poetry.
Chase^ also found that
children show little interest in poetry as revealed by their voluntary
reading.
Dunn® agreed with both Jordan and Chase.
In her investigation
of the "Interest Factors in Primary Reading" Dunn concluded that verse was
of low interest value.
Kirkpatrick^ in an investigation of "Children’s
Reading", found that poems were rarely mentioned by children.
Low® also
found that few girls read poetry, in her study of the "Reading of the Modem
II
g
Girl . Smith
in a study of pupil’s voluntary reading, concluded that
little poetry was read.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Arthur Melville Jordan, Children’s Interests in Reading. (Revised
Edition) Chapel Hill, North Carolina: University of North Carolina
Press, 1926, 103 p.
Sara E. Chase, Individual Differences in the Experiences of Children,
Educational Method. VIII (November, 1928, January 1929), pp. 62-73;
136-46; 194-98.
Fannie W. Dunn, Interest Factors in Primary Reading Material. Contribu­
tions to Education, Number 113. New York: Bureau of Publications,
Teachers College, Columbia University, 1921. 70 p.
E. A. Kirkpatrick, Children’s Beading, Northwestern Monthly. IX (1898),
pp. 228-33.
Florence B. Low, Reading of the Modem Girl, Nineteenth Century, LIX
(1906), pp. 278-87.
E. 0. Smith, Pupils’ Voluntary Reading, Pedagogical Seminary. XIV (1907),
pp. 208-22.
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Over a period of thirty years many studies have been made, none of
which seems to show that either children or adolescents voluntarily choose
poetry for reading.
But the studies do not indicate why children prefer
other types of reading material.
Neither do they show conclusively why
children avoid poetry.
However, many explanations have been advanced.
An important one is
that children are frequently not permitted to choose their own poems but
required to read poems prescribed by adults.
Abbott^- concluded that chil­
dren's taste in poetry must not be expected to duplicate the choice of the
teacher.
Along this same line, Eckert
discovered that the poetry commonly
given children in their readers was not the poetry they preferred to read.
Mackintosh^ in her study in children's choices in poetry concluded that
children seldom chose the poems selected by educational experts in the field
of children's literature.
Coast^, on the other hand in "Children's Choices
in Poetry as Affected by Teachers' Choices", reaches an opposite conclusion;
poems stressed by teachers are frequently preferred by children.
The find­
ings of FeaseyS agree with those of Coast, since she also reached the con­
clusion that the teacher is the determiner of the children's choices of
poetry.
1.
2.
5.
4.
5.
Allan Abbott, Reading of High School Pupils, School Review. X (1912),
pp. 585-600.
Mollie Horton Eckert, Children's Choices of Poems, Elementary English
Review. V (June, 1928), pp. 182-85; 192.
Helen K. Mackintosh, A Critical Study of Children's Choices of Poems.
University of Iowa Studies in Education, Volume 7, Number 4, Iowa City:
The University, 1932, 128 p.
Alice B.Coast, Children's Choices in Poetry as Affected by Teachers*
Choices, Elementary English Review. V (May, 1928), pp. 145-7; 159.
Lynette Feasey, Children's Appreciation of Poetry, British Journal of
Psychology. XVIII (General Section 1927-28)
5
It seems, therefore, that teachers have an opportunity to cultivate in
their pupils an appreciation of poetry if their efforts are intelligently
directed to that end.
The effectiveness of such an attempt would depend
upon the teacher’s recognition of the possibility, a love of poetry on her
own part, a knowledge of good children's poems, a familiarity with sources
of good poems, an understanding of child nature, and effective teaching
technique.
In addition to the studies which have been referred to above a fairly
large number of other studies have been made attempting to determine the
answers to the following questions:
Which poems should be given to children at different grade levels?
What poetry themes interest children?
What poetry forms interest children?
Should any poetry be memorized?
If so, which poems?
What is the best method for the memorization of poetry?
What are the best methods of teaching poetry?
An exhaustive examination was made of all of these studies which have
been reported in recent literature, some of which are noted here.
1.
Jennie Bowman, The Place of Poetry in the Primary Schools of America.
1890-1950. Master’s Thesis. Columbus, Ohio: Ohio State University,
1954. Pp. 154 ms.
2.
John E. Erewton, Animal Themes in Poetry for Children. Master's Thesis.
Nashville, Tennessee: George Peabody College for Teachers, 1951.
Pp. 250 ms.
5.
Claire G. Byrne, A Study of Recent Trends in the Methods of Teaching
Poetry in the Elementary School. Master's Thesis. St. Louis, Missouri:
St. Louis University, 1954. Pp. 159 ms.
4.
Lorimer V. Cavins, Standard!zation of American Poetry for School Purposes.
Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1928. Pp. x
154.
5.
Clara A. Dyer, The Placement of Poems in the Grades, in Franklin Bobbitt,
Curriculum Investigations* Chicago: The University of Chicago Press,
1926. Chapter XV, pp. 181-202.
6.
Honora M. Frawley, Certain Procedures of Studying Poetry in the Fifth
Grade. Contributions to Education, Number 559. New York: Bureau of
Publications, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1952. Pp. 90.
7.
Arthur Gates, and others, Studies of Children's Interests in Reading,
Elementary School Journal. XXXI (May, 1951), pp. 656-70.
8.
Miriam Blanton Huber, and others, Children's Interests in Poetry.
New York: Rand McNally and Company, 1927. Pp. 255.
9.
Maude M. Pledger, Children's Interests as Revealed by Their Poetry.
Master's Thesis. Nashville, Tennessee: George Peabody College for
Teachers, 1951. Pp. 100 ms.
10.
Blanche Ethel Weekes, The Influence of Meaning on Children's Choices
of Poetry. Contributions to Education, Number 554. New York: Bureau
of Publications, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1929. Pp. 51.
The net result is that very little has been indisputably established.
There
is little agreement as to which poems should be taught, in which grades they
should be taught, or the best method to be used in teaching them.
Several questions have been raised in the above brief summary of studies
regarding poetry and the teaching of poetry.
It has already been pointed out
that research studies have failed to answer these questions.
Teachers' dis­
cussions in periodicals and journals and at their professional meetings have
failed to find the solution.
Sincere attempts on the part of educators in
attacking these problems and the research studies which have been made have
uncovered the facts we now have.
Every additional study in this field should
reveal additional facts, which should ultimately aid in their solution.
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Expert Opinion
On the other hand there are those who believe that the answer to such
questions as have been suggested can not be found by scientific procedure.
In this connection Eaton-1- says, "From scientific investigation the spirit
of poetry is worlds away and is far too elusive to be caught by tabulation
and statistics."
To ask children what poems they like, why they like them
and then to tabulate the responses will not lead to conclusions which may
safely be generalized as a guide either for the selection of poems or for
the teaching of poetry.
Annie Carroll Moore^ points out, "Children who care
most for poetry will even more rarely than their elders be brought to confess
that love by methods involving the use of the ’graph’, ’media’, or ’question­
naire’. Every reader for reading’s own sake carries his own smoke screen,
assumes his own protective coloring."
Pragmatic Considerations
Undoubtedly the two points of view, that of the scientific investigator
and that of the advocate of literature for its own sake, have a common
meeting ground.
They would both agree that poetry is most appreciated and
most enjoyed when it is most meaningful.
Actual personal experience, together
with the attendant emotional attitude of the reader or listener is the deter­
miner of meaning.
1.
2.
Anne Thaxter Eaton, Reading with Children. New York: Viking Press,
1940. Pp. 121.
Annie Carroll Moore, The Three Owls. Book H . New York: Coward-McCann,
1928, p. 280.
8
It would seem to be a sound psychological principle to say that children
can best be helped to build an interest in poetry if a poem is presented when
the child is having or has just had a related experience.
In this connection
Dalgliesh^ thinks that, "Poetry should be a part of every day life, something
that fits with experience, and also makes experience mean more to us."
Therefore, poetry should not be taught as a thing apart but should be
synchronized with the other "on-going" educational experiences and activities.
Poetry will thus both enrich and be enriched.
It is obvious that a teacher
with this viewpoint must have a guide to the available poetry material for
the group which she is teaching.
Weed for a Guide to Children^ Poetry
A teacher who appreciates poetry for its possible contribution to the
enrichment of the lives of children, who has the ability and the desire to
teach it, is often unable with the devices now available to locate the
particular poem or poems which would be timely and appropriate.
When an
occasion has arisen in the schoolroom for the collective enjoyment of poetry
the occasion frequently has passed before poetry which was pertinent and re­
lated could be located.
A realization of the need for a guide, which will
aid teachers and librarians readily to locate suitable poems, is an outgrowth
of the personal experience of the writer and is the reason why the construc­
tion of such a guide was undertaken.
1.
Alice Dalgliesh, First Experiences with Literature. New York:
1957, p. 43.
Scribner,
9
Teachers who aim to broaden the scope of their work and enrich the
curriculum, whether in a formal or an informal school, need readily to
locate poetry materials definitely related to units or centers of interest
with which the children are working.
The poetry material, to be useful, must
also be of interest to the children and within their understanding.
Teachers
should have a wide range of poetry material at their command and know when to
teach a poem to fit an occasion or moodj most emphatically a teacher should
not teach a prescribed poem in a prescribed month from a prescribed course of
study and in a prescribed manner.
It is essential, too, that these materials
be systematically organized according to centers of interest or units so that
they may be immediately available at the time when they are needed.
At present it is necessary for the teacher to spend an endless amount of
time in locating poems pertinent to particular content areas, and it is also
necessary for her to compile her own anthology for each content area.
When a
teacher and her children are dealing with a specific subject, problem, project, unit, activity, or center of interest, there exists no adequate source
where poems pertinent to the subject may be readily located.
The situation
with regard to poetry aids, at present available, will be dealt with in the
following chapter.
The Problem Defined and Delimited
The problem is to construct a guide to children's poems.
The guide,
which will be restricted to the kindergarten and first six grades of the
elementary school, will include those poems most commonly recommended in
selected readers, in selected courses of study and in selected poetry books.
The poems will be classified under those projects, problems, units, activi­
ties or centers of interest which are most commonly listed in current
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educational material.
The method of selecting units and the sources from
which they were selected are presented in Chapter III.
The poems named in
the guide will not be an all-inclusive list, but will be a selection of those
poems which are most commonly recommended in selected sources and are suit­
able for use with the selected units.
Grade placement ofthe poems will be
suggested, but these must be regarded as tentative, since research reveals
wide variability in children's interests, abilities and background that any
given poem is not restricted in use to any single grade or age level.
Such a guide would facilitate the functional use of good poetry.
Through this increased use of poetry, it may well be thatsome of the ques­
tions raised earlier in this chapter will be answered.
It is not intended to suggest that poetry should be "forced" into the
teaching of every unit or activity carried on by the children.
The purpose
is to make pertinent poetry accessible when the teacher and the children
wish to use it.
CHAPTER II
POETRY AIDS AVAILABLE TO TEACHERS
In this chapter brief consideration will be given to those aids which
are now available to teachers to enable them promptly to locate suitable
poems to enrich the curriculum at the time when their use is pertinent.
To most teachers courses of study, local and state, or both, are avail­
able for their guidance both as to procedures and as to sources of material.
It was therefore considered desirable to find out to what extent courses of
study dealt with children's poetry.
presented.
A summary of the findings will be here
Also there are three well known and widely used indexes which
have been carefully examined and evaluated, to determine the degree of help­
fulness as an aid to the location of children's poetryj namely those by
Granger, by MacPherson and by ®ue.
A short description of each of these
indexes is given, together with a statement of their usableness and limita­
tions for this purpose.
Courses of Study
An examination of more than fifty courses of study in the language
arts disclosed that twenty-seven of them listed poems.
The grade level or
levels at which the poems were to be taught were frequently indicated.
also listed longer or shorter booklists of children's poetry.
They
In this
material, however, poetry was presented from the traditional approach.
No
attempt was made to classify or list poetry except with the idea of it being
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used in the traditional way.
While this material is valuable for the pur­
pose for which it was intended, to teach literature, it is of little value
as an aid to the location of appropriate poems for the enrichment of the
content areas.
An examination of forty-eight unselected courses of study in citizen­
ship, geography, safety and health education, history, science and the social
studies, revealed that poems were rarely suggested.
From this source very
little help is given the teacher in the field of poetry.
These courses of study will again be referred to in the following
chapter since the poems listed in these courses of study, when suitable for
use with units, are included in the Guide to Children’s Poems.
Published Indexes of Poetry
Intimate knowledge of the following poetry indexes has been gained by
extensive personal use, supplemented by detailed and exhaustive critical
examination.
Granger's "An Index to Poetry and Recitations"^ is a standard index
to the poems in nearly six hundred anthologies.
It includes alphabetical
lists of authors of anthologies, titles of anthologies, names of publishers,
date of publication and list price, author of poems, titles of poems, the
first line of poems and key letters which indicate the title of the poetry
book or books which contain the poems.
To locate a poem, it is necessary
to know either the title of the poem, the author of the poem, or the first
line of the poem.
No attempt is made to classify poems by subjects or
topics, except in the appendix in which poems appropriate for special days,
1.
Edith Granger, An Index to Poetry and Recitations. Chicago:
and Company, 1940. Pp. xxiv + 1525.
A.. G. McClurg
15
the seasons and the months are listed.
Since the anthologies are primarily
for adults no age or grade suggestions are given nor does the book contain
a clear statement of the method used in selecting the anthologies included.
Books by individual authors are not listed.
The greatest service rendered by Granger*s Index is to help a person
locate a poem with which he is already familiar.
However, if one desires
to locate a poem suitable for use in a particular situation this index would
give no aid.
Granger’s Index is an exhaustive list of published poems while
the Guide to Children's Poems contains a selected list.
Within the limita­
tions of this study, as set up in Chapter I, a person who knows the author
of a poem will also be able to locate the poem in the Guide to Children's
Poems.
In addition one will also be able to locate poetry suitable to a
particular center of interest even if not familiar with the title or author
of the poem.
MacPherson's book^ is a subject or topic index to fifty anthologies of
children’s poetry.
The anthologies were recommended by librarians and
teachers as the poetry books found most frequently in public schoollibraries.
The Index is composed of four distinct indexes.
The first, "Index to
Poetry Anthologies Indexed with Key to Symbols", gives an alphabetical list
of the titles of the anthologies with the names of the authors, publishers,
date of publication, and key letters which identify the anthology titles.
The second, "Subject Index", is an alphabetical list of subjects or topics
and includes under each subject the titles of poems related to the subject
or topic together with the names of the authors of the poemsj but the
1.
Maude MacPherson, Children’s Poetry Index. Bostons Faxon Company,
1958, 455 pp.
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subject index does not give any information where the poems may be found.
The third, "Poetry Index", is an alphabetical list of poems, the authors
of the poems and the key letters to the anthology titles in which the poems
are published.
The fourth, "Author Index", is an alphabetical list of
authors, under each of which is given the titles of one or more poems, but
no information as to where the poems may be found.
"The Children's Poetry Index" is a valuable one but there are certain
needs of the classroom teacher which it does not fully meet.
It is limited
to anthologies and thus omits many desirable poetry titles which because of
copyright restrictions or for other reasons are not included in anthologies.
Furthermore, it omits Mother Goose Anthologies.
The subject index is not sufficiently extensive and there are few cross
references.
In the classroom centers of interest branch out in many
directions and may suggest widely different key words.
Unless the teacher
hits upon the particular topic used in this index, she would miss finding a
poem, which might be the very poem needed.
A further limitation is the fact that after the teacher has obtained
the title, author and location of a poem from the Indexes, she still has no
clue whether the poem is suitable to use with her group of children, since
no age or grade levels are shown.
Therefore it is necessary for the teacher to hunt up the poem in order
to decide whether it is useful with her particular group and pertinent for
her purpose.
The procedure is time consuming and wasteful since it will
frequently be necessary to look up a number of poems before a suitable one
is located.
The Guide to Children's Poems will include all of the poems
suitable for use in the Elementary School in connection with selected units,
which are contained in the anthologies covered by MacPherson's book, and in
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addition, other selected anthologies, poetry books by selected authors and
also poetry in selected readers.
The Guide will also indicate approximate
grade levels and give other information about the poems which should make
it unnecessary to look up a number of poems before determining their suita­
bility for a particular group or for a particular purpose.
This will be
further explained in Chapter III.
Rue's-*- "Subject Index to Readers" arranges, under topics, the reading
material in over two hundred basal and supplementary reading books for the
primary grades.
The index is limited to readers for the first three ele­
mentary grades.
Under each topic is given the name of the author of the
reader, the title of the reader and the page of the reader upon which the
poem is to be found.
The grade level of the poem is indicated and is assumed
to be the same as that of the grade level of the reader.
Rue's^ "Subject Index to Books for the Intermediate Grades" is the
second volume in her subject index series.
It is more extensive in scope
than her "Subject Index to Readers", described above, as it is a guide to
subjects in thirteen hundred textbooks and trade-books for grades four
through six.
The arrangement and organization of the two books are similar and serve
the same purposes for their respective grades.
limitations as a guide to poetry.
of children's poetry.
1.
2.
They also have the same
They do not cover anthologies or books
Neither the title of the poem nor the author of the
Eloise Rue, Subject Index to Readers. Chicago: American Library
Association, 1958. Pp. 174.
Eloise Rue, Subject Index to Books for Intermediate grades. Chicago:
American Library Association, 1940. Pp. 495.
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poem is listed anywhere in either index.
Consequently, the poem must be
looked up in the reader or book in order to discover its title or author.
Since the same poem is frequently included in several readers, there is
necessarily much waste of time in following down what are apparently differ­
ent poems only to find the poem has been duplicated.
Inasmuch as these
indexes cover all the material in the selected books, prose as well as
poetry, and since the books contain only a limited amount of poetry, com­
paratively little of the indexes relate to poetry.
The Guide to Children1s Poems will include the poems listed in the
readers in Rue's two volumes, together with poems in additional readers
recently published when their poems are judged suitable for use with
selected units.
The Guide will give both the author and title of the poems,
and in addition the sources where the poems may be located.
It will give
this information in such a way that a desired poem may be easily located in
a readily accessible source.
Furthermore, it will be entirely unnecessary
to look up two references to a given poem only to discover that they relate
to the same poem since this fact will be clearly indicated in the Guide.
Approximate grade levels will also be indicated for all poems.
All of these indexes give specific help along the lines which are
indicated in the above discussion of each index.
also been pointed out.
Some limitations have
The three indexes individually or together do not
give the aid necessary to the teacher who wishes to enrich the curriculum
from the standpoint of poetry.
They do not enable the teacher, working
with a unit, readily to find poetry suitable as to content and grade level
for use in connection with that unit.
It is believed that the Guide to
Children's Poems will avoid the limitations in the existing indexes as has
been pointed out in the foregoing discussion.
CHAPTER
III
PROCEDURE IN OBTAINING DATA AND ORGANIZING MATERIALS
The procedures followed in selecting the data and the method of organiz­
ing the materials for the Guide to Children's Poems is presented in this
chapter and will be discussed under four major headings: (l) source and
selection of poetry books and poems; (2) sources and selection of units;
(3) classification of the selected poems; and (4) organization of the Guide
to Children's Poems.
Source and Selection of Poetry Books and Poems
Several types of sources were consulted in order to obtain the titles
of children's poetry books and titles of children's poems to be used in the
Guide to Children's Poems.
A careful search was made for the titles of
poetry books and poems which are frequently recommended by recognized
authorities in the field of children's literature; booklists based upon re­
search and expert opinion, additional lists and bibliographies, books con­
taining lists of poetry books and poems, and guides to new books.
An
examination was also made of the poems in the commonly used elementary
school readers and English textbooks for the elementary school; together
with an examination of poetry books and poems prescribed or recommended
in selected courses of study in the language arts for the elementary school.
After discussing each of these sources, the method of selecting poetry books
and poems, from the sources, will be presented.
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Booklists Based Upon Research and Expert Opinion
Booklists are the tools used by librarians and teachers for the selec­
tion of books.
Therefore, a number of different types of booklists and
book reviews were consulted in order to select the poems and poetry books
to be used.
The search for widely accepted booklists revealed two types:
(1) lists compiled as the result of scientific research, and (2) lists com­
piled as the result of expert opinion.
The two following lists are compiled as the result of scientific re­
search:
1.
Terman and Lima, Children’s Reading: A Guide for Parents and Teachers.
2.
Wilkinson, Weedon and Washburne, The Right Book for the Right Child.
These are the two recommended booklists based on research.
Seven other widely accepted lists were consulted which are regarded as
standard or authoritative lists.
haustive and extensive study.
Such standard lists are the result of ex­
The task of compiling booklists is a difficult
and complicated one because it involves many important factors.
reason, all the recognized standard booklists were consulted.
For that
The most
acceptable standard lists are those compiled as the result of the combined
judgments of children’s librarians in public and elementary school libraries,
and of teachers, supervisors, and specialists in the field of children’s
literature.
Lathrop3- sustains the foregoing and adds that children’s
librarians are judges of the literary merits and desirability of the make-up
of books, and that educators best know the reading interests and abilities
of children and the curriculum requirements.
1.
Edith A. Lathrop, Aids in Book Selection for Elementary School Libraries.
Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, United States Office of
Education, Pamphlet Humber 65. 1935.
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The following are the seven authentic lists which rest upon expert
opinion:
1.
The American Library Association Catalog, Children’s Books
2.
The American Library Association Supplement to Children's Books are
annotated standard lists frequently used as the bases of selection by
compilers of booklists for children, and are the result of the joint
opinions of many librarians.
3.
Buest in Graded List of Books for Children includes titles voted on by
a committee of some fifty children’s librarians and instructors in
children’s literature.
4.
Mahoney and Whitney based their complilation, Realms of Gold in
Children♦s Books on years of successful work in their Bookshop for Boys
and Girls in Boston.
5.
Mahoney and Whitney’s Five Years of Children’s Books supplements the
foregoing and brings the lists up to 1936.
6.
Children’s Catalog is undoubtedly the most widely known and used list.
The material is based on carefully selected library lists, supplemented
by the advice of children’s librarians in both public and elementary
school libraries.
7.
The Supplement to the Children’s Catalog. Fifth Edition, supplements
the foregoing and brings the lists up to 1940.
All of the children's poetry book titles, as listed in these nine book­
lists, were recorded by the investigator on cards, which for the purpose of
this study are referred to as the Poetry-Book File.
The data on the cards
show the author, title, place of publication, publisher, and date of publica­
tion of the book.
Keyed letters of the title of the booklists are added,
followed by age and grade recommendations, when such are given.
The data
on these cards* were later used to compile the lists of poems to be included
in the Guide to Children's Poems.
*
A sample of each card form used in this study will be found in the
Appendix.
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Additional Booklists and Bibliographies
State Libraries, Boards of Education, National and State Educational
Organizations, Public Libraries, Publishers and other organizations and
agencies, from time to time, publish booklists as supplements to standard
lists, many of which are excellent.
Short lists to meet special curriculum
needs are also put out by educational agencies.
an occasion for new and up to date booklists.
National Book Week is always
Of the types described above,
the following number of lists were examined and the pertinent data copied on
the cards of the Poetry-Book File.
TABLE I
Additional Booklists and Bibliographies
Consulted for Poem Materials
Number
Booklists
National Educational Organizations
Public Libraries
Public Schools
State Libraries
Miscellaneous
Total -
3
10
5
8
5
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Books Containing Lists of Childrens Poetry Books and Poems
Three types of books were consulted, which contain lists of children’s
poetry books and poems: (1) books on children's literaturej (2) books which
review children's books, and (5) books written as guides to children's reading.
Eighteen books dealing with children's literature were especially helpful
in locating poems and poetry book titles.
Bibliography.
These volumes are listed in the
Most of them contain age or grade recommendations for poetry
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book titles and also poems.
Pertinent data were copied on the cards of the
Poetry-Book File, already described, and on cards in the Poem-Title File.
The Poem-Title cards indicate the author, title of the poem, and by
means of a key, the books where the poem may be found.
Age or grade recom­
mendations were added to the keyed letters of each book when such data were
given.
Books which review children’s books such as the five volumes written
by Anne Carroll Moore and listed here, were examined and the data included
in the Poetry-Book File.
1.
2.
Roads to Childhood. New York: Doubleday Doran, 1939.
TheThree Owls. Volume 1. New York:
Macmillan, 1925.
The Three Owls. Volume 2.
New York:
Coward-McCann, 1928.
4.
TheThree Owls. Volume 3.
New York:
Coward-McCann, 1931.
5.
Roads to Childhood. New York:Doran, 1920.
The data from Richard's "What Shall the Children Read?”'*' and Eaton's
"Reading with Children"^
were included also.
Books such as theses when
written by well qualified persons, serve as guides to children's reading
for parents, teachers and librarians.
All of these types of books included poetry book recommendations, and
books on children's literature.
They also frequently included specific
poem recommendations.
1.
2.
Laura Richards, What Shall the Children Read? New York: AppletonCentury, 1939.
Anne Thaxter Eaton, Reading with Children. New York: Viking, 1940.
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Guides to New Books
Published booklists are never complete or strictly up to date because
of the continuous publication of new books.
There are, however, important
and reliable guides to the discovery of these new books.
These guides, for
the most part, rest upon the opinion of reviewers and experts.
Foster,^
after an extensive research, found that children's librarians are aware of
the timely value of reviews as an aid in evaluating current books, and that
they use various book-review periodicals as the best source for that purpose.
She furthermore states that different "Editors of book reviewing periodicals
and librarians have a tendency to select the same books as worthy of being
brought to the attention of the interested public.
One might safely conclude, then, that both librarians and reviewers have
approximately the same standards for the critical evaluation of children's
books.
Furthermore, Foster, by means of a questionnaire, addressed to a large
number of children's librarians, found that the two periodicals which were
considered the most reliable sources for this purpose were The Hornbook and
The Booklist. While the present study was in progress these two magazines
were regularly consulted in order to keep the list of poetry books up to date.
"The Horn Book Magazine: Books and Reading for Toung People", a quarterly
magazine, is devoted entirely to criticism of literature for boys and girls
and is edited by the owners of "The Children's Bookshop for Boys and Girls"
in Boston.
1.
2.
Flossie Marie Foster, Evaluation of Children's Books by Book Reviewing
Periodicals and by Children's Librarians. Unpublished Master's
Thesis, Columbia University, 1937.
Ibid.. p. 87.
"The Booklist" is' a periodical published monthly by the American
Library Association.^-
In a leaflet published by this association, Zaidee
B. Vosper, the editor of "The Booklist" described that publication as
follows: "The Booklist differs from other book reviewing media in that it
expresses the judgment of about fifty librarians and specialists, rather
than the opinion of one editor or of a small group of editors. . . . Each
week a tentative list is mailed cooperating librarians, who from their knowl­
edge of library needs, indicate the titles they believe should or should not
be included."^
The portions of the book-review sections of the Sunday Supplement of the
New York Herald Tribune and the New York Times which give reviews of children's
books were consulted each week.
Recommended books of children's poetry and
books about children's books were added to the appropriate files.
"Books for Young People", the section reviewing children's books in the
New York Herald Tribune, is edited by May Lamberton Becker, author and review­
er.
The section of the New York Times devoted to this type of review,
"Children's Books" is edited by Anne Thaxter Eaton, Librarian of the Lincoln
School of Teachers College, Columbia University.
Five educational magazines were examined systematically for the same
purpose: "Childhood Education", "Educational Method", "Elementary English
Review", "Elementary School Journal" and "Progressive Education".
These
periodicals sometimes contained lists of books in connection with outlines
of units and the results of studies of children’s reading interests, which
were helpful.
1.
2.
The Booklist: A Guide to New Books. Chicago: American Library Associa­
tion, monthly.
(Leaflet) The Booklist. American Library Association.
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A valuable additional guide to new books and to lists of units was
found in "Talks to Teachers", a monthly leaflet of the Education Department
of the Enoch Pratt Library.
Elementary School Basal Readers
Poems found in basal readers and in commonly used reading texts which
supplement the basal text were included, because these books are available
in the schools; as a matter of fact, in many schools such reading texts are
the only available source of poetry material.
children read.
They contain the poems which
A list of basal readers was assembled by consulting the
"American Library Association Catalog, 1926-1931"*-, and the "Booklist: A
Guide to New Books",® which supplements the "American Library Association
Catalog".
From these sources, a list was compiled, which is believed to be
reasonably complete and to include those basal reading texts which are in
general use and which have been published since 1927.
As a check, a letter
was written to publishers asking them for a list of their basal reading texts
for the elementary school.
The replies were used when possible, but fre­
quently the only reply was a catalog or price list which seldom contained
publication dates.
Some 328 basal and supplementary readers from grade one
through grade eight were included.
The following table, Table II, presented
on the next page, shows the number of books consulted for each grade.
1.
2.
3.
Talks to Teachers. Enoch Pratt Free Library-Education Department,
Baltimore, Maryland.
American Library Association Catalog. 1926-1951. Chicago: American
Library Association, 1932.
Op. cit.
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TABLE II
Basal and Supplementary Readers
Readers
Number
Preprimers
Primers
First Grade
Second Grade
Third Grade
Fourth Grade
Fifth Grade
Sixth Grade
Seventh Grade
Eighth Grade
Total -
10
45
45
46
47
54
35
35
16
15
328
All of the series do not publish books for each grade, accordingly, the
number of books in each of the series is not always the same.
All of the
pre-primers of each series were examined but were found to include no poems;
other books of the series, however, commonly included some poetry.
Sixteen
basal readers for grade seven and fifteen basal readers for grade eight were
examined in order to discover if any poems recommended for the seventh and
eighth grades are suitable for use in the grades below.
Many of these books
were of the literary type, consisting of selections in prose and poetry.
Since it was discovered, before the examination of this number of books had
been completed, that very little additional information was being found, the
number as shown was considered sufficient for the purpose of this study.
In
the final list no poems were included which were regarded as suitable for use
only in the seventh and eighth grades.
In addition to the commonly used basal texts, supplementary readers were
examined.
Many of these series of supplementary texts are a part of a basal
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reeding program, while others were published as a basal text without the
usual basal aids and guides for the teacher.
Both basal readers and supplementary readers varied widely as to the
number of poems included.
Some readers included as few as two or three
poems while others devoted as much as twenty pages to poems.
According to
their own statements, grade placement of poetry was not attempted, by the
authors of these readers.
Nevertheless, for the purposes of this study,
the grade level from this source was assumed to be the same as that of the
reader in which the poem was found.
the cards of the Poem-Title File.
Data from these readers were copied on
This data frequently revealed that a
given poem was not recommended for a single grade but the recommendations
showed a spread over two or more grades.
The Readers which contained poems
suitable for use with units are listed in The Guide to Children’s Poems.
Elementary English Textbooks
It was expected that textbooks in English for the elementary grades
would be fruitful sources in which would be found many poems and many recom­
mended poetry books.
Twenty-four English texts, published since 1S32, were examined.
were for grade two through grade six.
These
The series usually began with grsde
threej only one text was found for grade two and none for grade one; the
other examined texts were distributed over two, three and four book series
for grade three through grade six as shown in Table III appearing on the
next page.
In addition, three series of English texts for grade seven and for
grade eight were examined, making a total of thirty English textbooks.
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TABLE
III
English Textbooks Examined
English Textbooks
Total Number
4 Four-book Series— Each set contained one book
for each grade from three through six.
1 Three-book Series— One book for grades 3 and
4 combinedj one book for grade 5j one book for
grade 6.
2 Two-book Series.— One book for grades 3 and 4
combined} one book for grades 5 and 6 combined
1 Introductory Book for grade 2
Total Number of Books -
16
3
4
1
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One of the junior high school series contained no poetry material and the
other two series contributed no new poem titles suitable for use in grade
six or below.
The examination of the thirty textbooks, just referred to, revealed
that as a source for poems, English textbooks were not especially valuable.
The authors stressed poetry teaching and the formal memorisation of poems
rather than the reading of poetry for enjoyment.
Pertinent data, when
found, were added to the cards of the Poem-Title File.
Courses of Study in the Language Arts
Courses of study are a logical source to consult for material, as they
are one tool commonly' accessible to all teachers.
Teachers are well acquainted
with the courses of study prescribed or recommended by their state or local
boards of education.
Here, the major problem was one of selection, since
hundreds of such courses of study are made yearly.
To aid in selection two
criteria were set up: (l) courses of study considered outstanding, and (2)
courses of study fairly typical of the country at large.
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The Curriculum Laboratory at Teachers College, Columbia University,
prepares from time to time a mimeographed list of evaluated courses of
study.
Copies of these lists for the years 1937 and 1938 were obtained.^-
The United States Office of Education also publishes lists of courses
p
of study.
The list for the years of 1934—1937
was procured.
From these two sources a list of over fifty available courses of study
in the language arts was compiled.
These courses of study were all examined
and twenty-seven were used, the others did not include lists of poems.
TABLE IV
Distribution of Courses of Study by Types
Courses of Study
Number
State Education
Cities over 100,000 Population
Cities under 100,000 Population
Rural and County
Total * One rural and one state are the same.
9
5
12
2
27*
The State Courses were distributed geographically as follows:
3 Eastern States (New Hampshire, New York and Virginia)
4 Central States (Minnesota, Indiana, Iowa and South Dakota)
2 Western States (Utah and California)
1.
2.
October 1937 List of Judged Outstanding Courses of Study. Compiled by
Herbert B. Bruner and C. Maurice Wisting with the assistance of
Graduate Students in Teachers College. New York: Teachers College,
Columbia University, 1937.
List of Judged Outstanding Courses of Study. Compiled by Herbert B .
Bruner and with the assistance of Graduate Students in the Curriculum,
New York: Teachers College, Columbia University, May 1938.
Classified List of Courses of Study 1934-1937. Washington, D.C.; United
States Government Printing Office, Office of Education. Preprint of
Part IV. Bulletin 1957. Number 51.
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The twenty-seven courses of study came from nineteen different states
and are believed to be reasonably typical.
They covered the work of the
elementary grades from grade one to six inclusive, except in four instances;
two courses, Perth Amboy, New Jersey,and Long Beach, California, were for
the kindergarten through grade three; Utah State was for grade five through
grade nine (ages "ten to fifteen years"); and the course from Bakersfield,
California, covered the work for grades four through grade six.
The state
courses of study of New York and South Dakota, and the course of study for
the City of Paterson, New Jersey, covered the grades from grade one through
grade eight; the state course of study for Virginia covered grade one through
grade seven.
kindergarten.
Of the twenty-seven courses of study, only five included the
These courses of study will be found listed in the Bibliography.
These courses of study proved to be a fruitful source for poems, since
many poem titles were included, usually with the grade recommendation.
The
data were copied directly on the cards of the Poem-Title File.
In addition to the poem titles, a number of courses of study gave titles
of poetry books; some of them gave a list of poetry book titles for each grade;
some gave a list of poetry books for grades one, two and three combined, and
another list for grades four, five and six combined; others gave a blanket
list of poetry book titles for all the grades of the elementary school.
There
was no uniformity of procedure and it was apparent that the committees prepar­
ing such courses of study failed, for the most part, to use the available
standard aids to book selection.
In the courses of study where separate grade lists were given, there was
considerable overlapping of titles in the different lists.
Grade recommenda­
tions, when clearly given, were copied on the appropriate cards and blanket
recommendations were also noted.
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In the main the prescribed and recommended lists of poems in the
courses of study were given as poems to read, rather than to be learned,
which was in direct contrast to the recommendations found in the English
textbooks, where the poems were to be learned.
However, a few courses of
study also included a prescribed list of poems to be memorized.
None of the twenty-seven courses of study in the language arts corre­
lated the poetry work with other subjects of the elementary school, or with
units of work or centers of interest.
The teacher who wishes to use poetry
at the time a unit or a center of interest is evolving in the classroom will
get little, if any, help from courses of study in the language arts as a
source of such poetry.
Frequently the courses of study showed evidence of not having been care­
fully edited because references to poem and to poetry book titles were in­
accurately given.
In such an instance, the teacher who wished to avail her­
self of a given reference would not be able to locate the poem from the
information given.
Selection of Poetry Books
Fnen the search had been completed, the details of which have been given
in the foregoing pages of this Chapter, it was found that the poetry book
recommendations included many books of poems by individual authors, as well
as anthologies of poetry.
A large number of the examined booklists and
courses of study in the language arts, included such individual author recom­
mendations.
Furthermore it was recognized that it is not always possible for
compilers of anthologies to include certain desirable authors and their poems
because of copyright restrictions.
Therefore it was decided to include in
the Guide to Children's Poems, books by individual authors as well as poetry
anthologies.
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A total of seven hundred thirty-eight poetry books had been listed
and a corresponding number of cards were included in the Poetry Book File.
Obviously it would be necessary to set up criteria, by means of which a
selection could be made from this unwieldly number of books.
The following points were carefully considered about each book before
a poetry book was included in the Guide to
1.
Children's Poems.
Frequency of recommendation was given considerable weight, although
it was clearly recognized that this was not an infallible index of
the value of a book.
It was also considered significant, when a
book was widely recommended in a number of different types of
sources.
2.
The source of the recommendation was given careful consideration.
If the title was on two or more lists which had been compiled by
experts, or on one list which was compiled as a result of research,
the book was considered important.
5.
When a poetry book was listed in five or more courses of study in
the language arts, that fact was interpreted to mean that the book
was available to teachers and was being used by them.
4.
A new book was included in the Guide to Children's Poems if it were
reviewed in at least two of the sources listed under "Guides to New
Books" (page 22).
5.
Poetry books recommended for seventh or eighth grades only were not
included.
The total number of poetry books included in the Guide to Children's
Poems is two hundred fifteen.
There were one hundred twenty-four anthologies
of children's poetry and ninety-one books of poetry for children by individ­
ual authors.
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Selection of Poems
It should be remembered that the Guide to Children's Poems is a guide
to poems which are suitable for use with selected Units.
The poems finally
selected were compiled from the sources discussed earlier in this chapter.
Most of the poems in the selected books were included.
Only those were ex­
cluded which were judged as not connected with any Unit.
These selected
sources include:
1.
Poetry books, both anthologies and individual author poetry books
2.
Books on children's literature
3.
Basal and supplementary readers for grade one through grade six
4.
Courses of study in the language arts for Kindergarten and grade
one through grade six.
Only those poems were included which were recommended in at least three
courses of study, unless they were also recommended in some other source.
The poems which were recommended for grades seven and eight only were not
included.
When the poem cards indicated a preponderance of seventh and
eighth grade recommendations, but also included a lower grade, the poems
were tried out with fifth and sixth grade children before being accepted.
Source and Selection of Units
Teachers have made many attempts not only to enrich the conventional
curriculum but also to discover classroom procedures which would make sub­
ject matter more meaningful and learning more functional.
These various
attempts have given us new names, which have been popularized through educa­
tional magazines and organizations.
A composite list of some of these newer,
specialized terms would include the following: projects, units, units of sub­
ject matter, core units, integrated units, units of work, activity units,
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activities and centers of interest.
In order to avoid the tedious repeti­
tion of these terms, the single term "Unit" has been arbitrarily chosen
to represent the entire group and has been so used in this study.
Many teachers still follow formal and traditional procedures.
This
group should find, in the Guide to Children's Poems, help in locating poems
suitable for use in their particular program.
The trend all over the coun­
try, however, is away from the conventional, formal organization of subject
matter and quite definitely toward a fusion or integration of subject matter
and a more life-like approach to the learning process.
becoming less stereotyped and less artificial.
The schoolroom is
Leary-*- found in a study of
two hundred twenty-nine courses of study in the social studies that one
hundred ninety-four showed evidence of integration or fusion into units, or
centers of child interest.
A careful examination of forty-eight courses of study revealed, that
while there is a distinct tendency toward an organization of subject matter
about centers of interest, almost no suggestions were given the teacher for
locating poetry suitable for use in connection with a particular unit.
More­
over the existing poetry indexes are not specifically planned to give the
teacher such help.
The Guide to
Children's Poems is intended primarily as an aid to those
teachers who are following some of the newer types of classroom procedures
and who are also interested in using poems which are related to the particular
content areas.
1.
Bernice Leary, A Survey of Courses of Study and Other Curriculum
Materials.Published since 1934. Washington, D.C.: United States
Government Printing Office, Office of Education, Bulletin Number
31, 1937. Pp. 185-187.
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Accordingly it was necessary to assemble a comprehensive list of the
"Units" which are most frequently used in the elementary school.
An examina­
tion was made of published lists of units, lists of units in books about
units, lists of units in published indexes, units in courses of study for
the elementary school, units in educational magazines and units in both
social science and science textbooks for the elementary school.
Each of these sources will be discussed, then the method of selecting
units, from the above sources, will
be presented, together with a list of
the units included in the Guide to Children*s Poems.
Units in Published and Mimeographed Lists
Four extensive lists were located, which are included in the bibliography.
Three of these were published and one was mimeographed.
In addition, fifteen
limited mimeographed lists, currently used, were obtained.
All of the
various units given in these sources were recorded on cards, which will be
referred to as the "Unit File”.
The data on these cards provide the basis
for the selection of the units presented later in this Chapter and included
in the Guide to Children's Poems.
Units in Books about Units
Educational books, bulletins and pamphlets frequently contain refer­
ences to or descriptions of units, which are currently in use.
Some books
are made up entirely of materials organized into units with more or less
detailed instruction for the guidance of the teacher.
books were examined and the units recorded.
Twenty-seven such
These books are listed in the
Bibliography.
Seventy pamphlets, each presenting one or more units, were examined,
and the titles of all the units were recorded on the cards of the unit file.
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These pamphlets are published in the Teacher's Lesson Unit Series and are
referred to in the Bibliography.
In addition fourteen mimeographed units
were examined and the pertinent data used.
Units in Education Indexes
A thorough search was made for references to units in the Education
Index, with its supplements to date, which indexes the material in a selected
list of educational periodicals, books and pamphlets.
These titles were also
recorded on cards of the Unit File.
In addition, two other indexes were found to be particularly helpful.
"Units of Work, Activities, Projects, etc."-*- gives a list of sources of units
selected from books, courses of study and educational magazines.
Wright and
Lossing in their "Song Source Material for the Activity Curriculum”^ have
indexed song material in music textbooks for the elementary school, classi­
fied under activities.
Units in Educational Magazines
Three educational magazines were systematically examined for units for
a period of eight years from 1932 to 1940— "American Childhood Education",
"The Grade Teacher", and "Normal Instructor".
unit monthly, and often more.
1.
2.
These magazines contain one
While they are included in the Education Index.
Alice Carey, Paul R. Hanna, and J. L. Meriam, Catalog: Units of Work.
Activities. Projects, etc. to 1952. New York: Lincoln Research
Studies, Bureau of Publications, Teachers College, Columbia University,
1932.
Frances Wright and Laverna L. Lossing, Song Source Material for the
Activity Curriculum. New York: Bureau of Publications, Teachers
College, Columbia University, Teachers1 Lesson Unit Series. Number
41, 1932.
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frequently the reference does not indicate exactly the unit with which it
deals.
A further reason for consulting these magazines was to discover if
they included any recommendations regarding the use of poems in connection
with the units.
They were not a particularly fruitful source of poetry
material, but were a source of currently used units.
Units in Courses of Study
Forty-eight unselected courses of study were examined for units.
Courses of study for the elementary school included the subjects of geogra­
phy, health, history, safety education, science, and the social studies.
These have already been referred to in Chapter II (page 11).
When the
examination of courses of study disclosed no additional units, the number
was judged to be sufficient for the purposes of this Study.
Units in Current Textbooks
Eighty-seven current textbooks for use in the elementary school were
examined in the fields of health, safety, science and social studies.
titles were copied on the cards of the Unit File.
Unit
The number of textbooks
examined in each content area is shown in the following table.
TABLE V
Current Elementary Textbooks other than Readers and English
Textbooks
Field of Textbook
Number
Health
Safety
Science
Social Studies
24
7
21
Total -
45
87
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Selection of Units
A search of the above sources revealed the centers of interest about
which units are most commonly formulated in the elementary school and the
unit titles were copied on cards of the Unit File.
Since a unit in a given
field of subject matter was frequently called by different names, the cards
relating to the same unit or to units in the same area of subject matter
were grouped under general headings.
The units included in the Guide to
Children's Poems were derived from these cards.
Comprehensive titles for
the units were chosen, which are believed to cover those portions of the
curriculum of the elementary school which are most commonly organized into
units.
These were arranged in alphabetical order and many subordinate
titles were added.
They are believed to be sufficient to enable any one
working with a given unit readily to find appropriate poetry material re­
lated to the same field of subject matter.
Below are given a list of selected units which possibly could better
be termed a List of Selected Unit Headings or Unit Areas, since the titles
of specific units are not given.
Children's Poems.
These units are included in the Guide to
The subordinate titles are not given here.
This list is
presented on the next page, page 58.
Classification of Selected Poems
The task of reading more than ten thousand selected poems was a
colossal one.
Each of the poems was carefully read and analyzed to deter­
mine the theme of the poem and the selected unit or units to which the poem
was related.
The grade placement of the poem was also determined and the
keys to the sources where the poems can be found were recorded.
All of this
data was placed on the appropriate Poem Title cards and are listed in the
Guide to Children's Poems.
(continued on page 59)
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List of Selected Units
Ancient Civilizations
Food
Patriotism -Love of Country
Animal Life
Foreign Lands
Plant Life
Arts
Games
Play Life
Astronomy
Health and Hygiene
Primitive Civilizations
Ballads
Holidays, Special Days
Records
Banking
Home and Family Life
Riddles
Character Building
Imagination
Safety
Child Curiosity
Indians of America
Sea Life
Children
International Friendship Seasons
Circus
Literature
Shelter
Citizenship
Light
Sky
Clothing
Machine Age
Time
Communication
Middle Ages
Toys
Community Life
Months
Transportation
Conservation
Music
Travel
Country Life
Nature
Trees
Dramatics
Nonsense Verse
United States
Earth
North America
War
Fairs
Nursery Rhymes
Waterways
Famous People
Occupations
Weather
Fire
Outdoor Life - Sports
Work-Workers
Folklore
Outlaws
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(continued from page 37)
Poetry Themes
The purpose of stating the theme of the poem is to indicate to the
teacher enough about the content of the poem so that she may have some
inkling as to thether it will fit her particular need at a particular time.
The title of the poem frequently fails to give her this information.
In
the existing indexes of poetry for the elementary school, it is often neces­
sary to look up and examine each poem listed in order to determine if any
one of a number of poems is suitable for the purpose the children have in
mind.
For example, under the topic "Bears” will be found listed "The Bear
Hunt” by Margaret Widdemer.
It might be presumed the poem would describe a
hunt for a bear in any part of the world where bears are found.
As a matter
of fact this particular poem tells about two children who are playing at
hunting polar bears.
"The Bears' Song" by Parry gives no clue to the fact
that it is a bear’s song to a seal.
The following poems relate to birds, but the fact would probably not
be inferred from the titles: "Answer to a Child's Question" by Sara Coleridge,
"Fifteen Acres" by John Stephen, "Overtones" by William Percy, and "Singing"
by Dorothy Aldis.
When the title to a poem is general or indefinite and furnishes no
inkling as to the content of the poem, the theme of the poem is indicated
in the Guide to Children's Poems.
The themes were useful in determining the units under which the various
poems are placed.
Poems dealing with related themes are thus brought together
under common units regardless of their titles.
This will enable the teacher
to select at once, the poems which relate to the unit with which her children
are working.
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Grade Placement of Poems
Grade recommendations from the source lists of poems were recorded
on cards of the Poem-Title File, as indicated in the first part of this
chapter.
The matter of grade placement of poems is an unsettled question
as research in this field has revealed.
Huber, Bruner and Curry^ have made
the outstanding contribution in this area and for that reason their recomp
mendations of specific poems in their Poetry Books, Volume 1-6
accepted and used in the Guide to Children’s Poems.
were always
The readers and courses
of study in the language arts showed considerable overlapping of grade recom­
mendations as did also the age level recommendations of the various booklists.
This would seem to indicate that no poem belongs exclusively in any one grade
but can be enjoyed and understood by children in two or more grades.
There­
fore, it was decided not to recommend, in the Guide to Children’s Poems, a
particular poem for use in one grade
grades.
but rather in a group of consecutive
The pre-school, nursery school and kindergarten forming one group,
K; grade one through grade three, another group, Pj and grade four through
grade six a third group, I.
When age levels for poems were recommended in
the sources, instead of grades the years below six were considered, K; six
years to nine inclusive, P; nine years to tv/elve inclusive, I.
One or more
letters, K, P, or I, appears in the Guide to Children’s Poems in connection
with each poem.
1.
2.
Miriam Blanton Huber, Herbert Bruner, and Charles M.Curry, Children’s
Interests in Poetry.
Miriam Blanton Huber, Herbert B. Bruner, and Charles M. Curry, The
Poetry Book. Volumes 1-.9, New York: Rand, 1926.
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When the teacher finds in the Guide to Children’s Poems a suggestion
that the poem is suitable for the K group, she at least knows it is not
likely to meet the needs or the interest level of the upper elementary
grades, and that the poem is suitable for use with the children at the level
under which it is listed.
The teacher of grade one, however, will find much
usable material at the K level as well as at the P level.
The teachers of
grade three and grade four will also find suitable materials at the P level
as well as at the I level.
The grade groupings are intended to save the teacher time.
It will not
be necessary for her to secure and read all the poems listed under a unit
before she has any clue as to their age or grade suitability.
It must be
kept in mind, however, that the groupings are rough and that the levels in­
dicated in the Guide to Children’s Poems are, for the most part, the levels
at which the compilers of the booklists, readers and courses of study in
the language arts placed the poems.
Grade Recommendations
1.
When the grade recommendations were given in lists based on scientific
research, such recommendations were always accepted, even if in conflict
with the majority of recommendations from other sources.
2.
When the grade recommendations from sources other than those based on
scientific research were clearly in agreement, the grade grouping is
based on such recommendations.
3.
When the grade recommendations differed slightly, the majority recom­
mendation were accepted.
4.
When a number of grade recommendations varied considerably among the
different types of sources, the majority of recommendations were used.
Weight was given, however, to the recommendations as given by expert
opinion.
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5. 1711611 blanket recommendations were made, as was done frequently in the
courses of study in the language arts, the other source recommendations
were used when such were given.
6. When only blanket grade recommendations were listed, the majority of
the grade recommendations of the poetry books in which the poem was
found, was used.
7.
When the grade recommendations for a poem, in accordance with the fore­
going standards, extended over a grade range greater than that included
in a single symbol, K, P, or I, more than one letter is used to show the
placement of the poem.
Organization of the Guide to Children’s Poems
The Guide to Children’s Poems is composed of three sections or indexes:
(1) Index to Books, (2) Unit Index, and (5) Author Index of Poems.
Index to Books
The Index to Books includes anthologies to poetry, individual author
poetry books and readers.
The titles of these books are arranged alphabetic­
ally, followed by the name of the author, publisher and date of publication.
Preceding each title, a symbol is given which is used as a key to identify
the book in the Author Index.
Unit Index
The selected units are arranged alphabetically by major headings and
subheadings.
Under each of the subheadings are given, in alphabetical
order, the title of the poems, which were found related to that subheading.
The titles of the poems are followed by the name of the authors of the poems.
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Author Index of Poems
The author index is arranged alphabetically by the authors of the
poems.
Below the author’s name is the title of the poem, or if more than
one poem, the titles of the poems arranged alphabetically.
The title of
the poem is followed by the theme, in parenthesis, when the theme is con­
sidered necessary.
The theme is followed by the keyed symbols to the book
or books in which the poem may be found.
symbols denoting the grade recommendation.
Preceding the poem title are the
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
I.
Books on Children’s Literature
Adams, Edith E., A Guide to Children *s Literature in the Early Elementary
Grades; For Training Classes, Kindergarten-Primary Teachers and
Parents. Ann Arbor, Michigan; George Wahr, 1953. Pp. 157.
A discussion of literature types for children is followed by
numerous bibliographies of stories and books suited to the
elementary school child.
Barnes, Walter, The Children’s Poets. Yonkers, New York; The World Book
Company, 1924. Pp. vi + 264.
An appraisal of a number of important children’s poets. Annotated
bibliography of the better Anthologies of Children's Poetry and of
other children’s poets is given
_________ Types of Children’s Literature. Yonkers, New York; The World
Book Company, 1926. Pp. xiii + 465.
One of the early anthologies of children’s literature intended for
use of teachers. Gives a bibliography of anthologies of various
types of children's literature together with full notes.
Becker, May Lamberton, First Adventures in Reading. New York: Frederick A.
Stokes Company, 1936. Pp. xiv + 286.
Introducing little children to the world of books.
Betzner, Jean, and Moore, Annie E., Every Child and Books. New York: The
Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1940. Pp. xii + 174. (£1.50)
A plea for a more generous supply of good books and other reading
materials for free reading at home and at school.
Curry, Charles M., and Clippinger, Erie E., Children’s Literature. New York:
Rand McNally and Company, 1927. Pp. xiii + 693.
A textbook of sources for teachers. An anthology with criticisms
which also lists numerous bibliographies of books suitable for
elementary school children.
Dalgliesh, Alice, First Experiences with Literature. New York: Charles
Scribner’s Sons, 1937. Pp. xviii + 162.
A discussion of books for preschool and primary grade children.
The bibliography lists books that have been reported over and
over again as those most in demand by children.
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Depew, Ollie, Children’s Literature by Grades and Types. New York: Ginn
and Company, 1958. Pp. xiii + 706.
A textbook of source material in children’s literature. Different
types of poems and stories are discussed; examples given for each
type and extensive grade library lists given.
Field, Walter Taylor, A Guide to Literature for Children. Boston: Ginn and
Company, 1928. Pp. 179-274, 279-81.
Discusses various types of literature for children. Extensive
bibliographies with preferred titles starred. Lists of books
by age levels given.
Gardner, Emelyn E., and Rarnsey, Eloise, A Handbook of Children’s Litera­
ture; Methods and Materials. New York: Scott, Foresman and Company,
1927. Pp. x + 554.
A textbook in children’s literature. Discusses with examples
types of literature and suggests methods for its presentation.
Extensive bibliographies of children’s books given.
Hollowell, Lillian, A Book of Children’s Literature. New York: Farrar and
Piinehart, Inc., 1959. Pp. xxviii + 942.
Many types of children’s poems and stories are given, together
with an excellent discussion of each type. Bibliographies for
both teacher and children are included.
Huber, Miriam Blanton, Story and Verse for Children. New York: The Mac­
millan Company, 1940. Pp. xxvii + 857.
An anthology of story and verse. Discusses and includes examples
of the various types of literature, together with bibliographical
material. Grade recommendations given for each type.
Huber, Miriam Blanton, Bruner, Herbert and Curry, Charles M., Children’s
Interests in Poetry. Chicago: Rand McNally and Company, 1927. Pp. 255.
An investigation to determine the poetry most suitable for children
in the elementary and junior high schools.
Johnson, Edna, and Scott, Carrie, E., Anthology of Children’s Literature.
New York: Houghton, Mifflin Company, 1955. Pp. xxiii + 917.
Examples of various literary types accompany the discussion of
literature for the elementary school child. Extensive, annotated
bibliographies are included.
Moore, Annie E., Literature Old and Nev; for Children. New York: Houghton,
Mifflin Company, 1954. Pp. x
446.
Discusses diffei-ent types of children's literature.
Olcott, Frances Jenkins, The Children’s Reading. New York: Houghton,
Mifflin Company, 1927. Pp. 427.
Discusses types of children's literature. Annotated lists follow
each chapter.
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Rawlinson, Eleanor, Introduction to Literature for Children. New York:
W. W. Norton and Company, 1931. Pp. xvi + 493.
A discussion of literature suitable to the elementary school child
accompanied by examples of the types. Teacher’s and children’s
bibliography.
Weekes, Elanche E., Literature and the Child. New York: Silver, Burdett
and Company, 1935. Pp. v +• 456.
Discusses the selection of books for children and gives a short
history of the development of children’s books. Creative selfexpression and poetry are stressed.
II.
Book Lists
American Library Association Catalog. 1926: An Annotated Basic List of
10,295 Books. Chicago: American Library Association, 1926. Pp. 1295.
"Children's Books", pp. 849-915.
A basic list for the general library selected from books in print
in 1926. The children's section, which consists of about one
thousand references, is frequently used as one of the bases by
compilers of children’s book lists.
Beust, Nora, Graded List of Books for Children. Chicago: American Library
Association, 1936. Pp. 149.
An annotated list of approximately 1500 children’s books prepared
by a committee of some fifty children’s librarians and instructors
in children’s literature. There are three lists, covering the
grades from one through nine. Each book is annotated from authori­
tative sources, together with author, title, publisher and price.
A Bibliography of Books for Young Children. Washington, B.C.: The Associa­
tion for Childhood Education, 1939. Pp. 66.
Lists of books for elementary school children indicating grade
levels. The material was prepared by a sub-committee of the
Literature Committee of the Association. Full bibliographical data
is given for each title.
Booklists
Twenty-nine printed and mimeographed booklists were used. These are
discussed in Chapter III. They are not listed because it would be
impossible to secure many of them since they were compiled for
specific pur: ;3S. Others would be considered out of date at this
time.
Children’s Catalog: A Dictionary Catalog of 4,000 Books with Analytical Entries
for 1020 Books and a Classified List Indicating Subject Headings. Fifth
Edition Revised. New York: The H. W. Wilson Company, 1936. Pp. vii + 979.
The standard catalog for book selection and book buying lists used by
children's librarians. The titles have been selected by children's
librarians in collaboration with specialists in children’s literature
and represents the composite opinion of a large group of specialists.
Full bibliographical information and grade levels are supplied.
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Children's Catalog; 1940. Supplement to the Fifth Edition, 1956.
(Cumulative) New York; The H. W. Wilson Company, 1940. Pp. 204.
Includes the books listed in previous supplements to the fifth
edition of the Children's Catalog; also new titles, new editions,
reprints and revisions of books in the main catalog.
Colburn, Evangeline, A_ Library for the Intermediate Grades. Chicago;
University of Chicago Press, 1950. Pp. viii f 150,
Part I is an account of the methods employed to stimulate and guide
the voluntary reading of intermediate grade pupils in the University
of Chicago Laboratory School. Part II is an annotated list of books
representing the most frequent choices of the pupils in their
voluntary reading period.
Frank, Josette, What Books for Children; C-uide Posts for Parents. Garden
City, New York; Boubleday, Doran and Company, 1937. Pp. xvii + 363.
Includes annotated, classified lists of children's poetry books
prepared by the Children's Book Committee of the Child Study
Association of America.
Inexpensive Books for Boys and Girls. Chicago; American Library Association,
1938. Pp. 13 (paper).
A list compiled by the Book Evaluation Committee of the Section for
Library Work with Children of the American Library A-ssociation.
Lathrop, Edith A.,
Department of
Pp. 39.
A concise
ing lists
Aids in Book Selection. Washington, D.C.; United States
Interior, Office of Education, Pamphlet Number 65, 1935.
list of sources from which to obtain, book lists and buy­
for elementary school libraries.
Mahoney, Bertha F., and Whitney, Elinor, Realms of Gold in Children's Books.
Garden Cits’-, New York; Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1929. Pp. xv +
796.
_____ Five Years of Children's Books; A Supplement to Realms of Gold.
Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1936. Pp. xi +
599.
These two booklists have grown out of the activities of the Book­
shop for Boys and Girls In Boston. Sections of these books list
children's books according to age groups. Titles are grouped in
subject classifications and frequently annotated.. Complete in­
formation is supplied for each title.
Reading for Fun for Boys and Girls in the Elementary School. Chicago;
National Council of Teachers of English, 1937. Pp. 53.
A reading list for children arranged according to their interests.
Material prepared for the National Council of Teachers of English
by the Committee on Recreational Reading for Elementary Grades.
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Research .Studies of Booklists and Reading Interests. Washington, D.C.:
National Education Association, Department of Elementary School
Principals. Twelfth Yearbook. 1953, Chapter X, pp. 451-518.
The report of the Research Division made under the headings:
Eooklists and Other Aids in Book Selection, The Professional
Library in the Elementary School, Research Related to Children's
Interests and Preferences in Reeding. Splendid survey of the field.
The Right Book for the Right Child. New York: John Day Company, 1953,
Pp. xxvi + 357.
A graded buying list of children's books, selected and annotated by
a subcommittee of the Committee on Library Work with Children of the
American Library Association. The books were graded by the Research
Department of the Winnetka Public Schools. Grading was determined
by the degree of reeding ability required to read a book intelligent­
ly and fluently. Titles are organized according to grade lists.
Author, title, publisher, price and an annotation is given for each
book.
_________ Supplement to the Right Book for the Right Child. New York: The
John Day Company, 1936. Pa., Pp. 361-589.
Lists one hundred forty-four books published since 1951. The books
were selected and graded by a subcommittee in the same manner as the
books in The Right Book for the Right Child and bring that book list
to 1936.
A_ Selected List of Ten-Cent Books. Washington, D.C.: The Association for
Childhood Education, 1939. Pa. Pp. 7.
Prepared by the Literature Committee of the Association, the list
gives complete data for each of the selected titles.
Streitz, Ruth and hammers, Helen, A Survey of Recently Published Books for
Children. Childhood Education. Volume V (January, 1929), pp. 213-233.
An annotated list of children's books including a list of verse
and poetry.
Talks to Teachers. Baltimore, Maryland: Enoch Pratt Free Library. Issued
Monthly.
A pamphlet for teachers listing new books and booklists for children
and teachers. In addition some particular phase of education is
discussed, to which is appended a pertinent annotated bibliography.
Terrran, Lewis M., and Lima, Margaret, Children's Resding: A Guide for Parents
and Teachers. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1931. PP. viii* 422.
This book is the outgrowth of an experimental study in the field of
children's reading. Part I is a discussion of the experiment. Part
II is a list of approximately 1000 books for elementary schools based
on the findings of the experiment. Titles are classified according
to type. Age range, annotations, titles, authors, publishers and
prices of the selected books are given.
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The Booklist; A Guide to New Books. Chicago; American Library Association.
Issued Monthly.
Supplements the American Library Association Catalog. Contains a
section on Children's books and brings the American Library
Association Catalog up to date.
Wurzburg, Dorothy A., East. West. North and South in Children's Books.
Boston; F. W. Faxon Company, 1939. Pp. 10.
A regional bibliography of books for children.
III.
Book Reviewing References
Books. New York; Nev: York Herald Tribune. Issued Weekly.
The Sunday supplement to the New York Herald Tribune. A section
called "Books for Young People", edited by May Lamberton Becker.
Reviews the better, new and up to date children's books. The
articles are written by professional reviewers, authors of chil­
dren's books and specialists in the field of children's literature.
Eaton, Anne Thaxter, Reading with Children. New York; Viking Press, 1940.
Pp. 354.
A chatty book about children's books. At the close of each chapter
is a list of the books discussed in the context. A complete author,
title and subject index is to be found at the end.
Horn Book Magazine: Books and Reading for Young People. Boston; The Book­
shop for Boys and Girls. Issued bimonthly.
A magazine for children devoted exclusively to children's litera­
ture. It reviews new books, articles about authors and illustrators
of children's books. Used extensively by children's librarians as a
guide to new books.
Moore, Anne Carroll, My Roads to Childhood. New York; Doubleday, Doran and
Company, 1939, Pp. 399.
A review of children's books by a well known children's librarian.
Some of the material has appeared in "The Bookman".
_________ The Three Owls; A Book Aibout Children's Books.
Macmillan Company, 1925. Pp. 376.
New York; The
_________ The Three Owls; Contemporary Criticism of Children's Books.
New York; Coward-McCann, Inc., 1928. Pp. xv + 440.
_________ The Three Owls; Third Book. New York;Coward-McCann,
Inc.
1931. Pp. xv + 462.
These three volumes of the same series contain articles about
children's books, their authors and illustrators that have appeared
in "Books", the weekly literary supplement of the New York Herald
Tribune. Some of the most valuable criticisms of contemporary
children's books.
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The New York Times Book Review. New York: The New York Times Company.
Issued Weekly.
The Sunday supplement to The New York Times has a section called
"The New Books for Younger Readers" which reviews the better,
new books for children.
Richards, Laura, What Shall the Children Read. New York:
Century Company, 1959. Pp. 62.
A chatty book about children's books.
IV,
D. Appleton-
Courses of Study
Forty-eight unselected courses of study in citizenship, geography, safety
and health education, history, science and the social studies were
examined for poetry and for units. These are discussed in Chapter II
and in Chapter III under Courses of Study (pages 11, 27, 56). Because
they are now out of date and because many are mimeographed and not
procurable, they have not been listed in this Bibliography.
Language Arts
In all, over fifty courses of study in the language arts were care­
fully examined. The following twenty-seven were found most useful
for purposes of this study.
Aberdeen, South Dakota, Elementary Course of Study in Reading. Grades 1-6.
1955-56. Pp. 56. Mimeographed.
Provides outlines in reading for each grade with emphasis on
methods and appropriate materials.
Bakersfield, California, English. Intermediate Grades. 1956. Pp. 156.
Mimeographed.
Includes reading, spelling, writing and language. Emphasizes
individual and group procedures. Gives aids for extensive reading.
Baltimore County, Maryland, Course of Study in English, Part I. Grades 1-5.
1955. Pp. 294, mimeographed.
Gives an outline for general English. Includes methods, activities,
materials and goals.
Battle Creek, Michigan, Course of Study in Reading and Literature for the
Elementary Grades. Kindergarten - Grade 6, 1955. Pp. Ill, mimeographed.
Outlines content and teaching helps in literature, composition,
penmanship and spelling.
California State Bulletin Number 15, Part II. Sacramento, California: State
Department of Education, 1952.
Outlines reading and literature for kindergarten through grade eight.
Canton, Ohio, Course of Study for the Elementary Schools in English. Grades
1-6, 1955. Pp. 87, mimeographed.
Gives outline for each grade. Lists books, poems and stories for
each year.
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Chicago, Illinois, A Course of Study in English. Bulletin L-E 125,
Grades 1-3 j Bulletin E-R. Grades 4-6. 1931, 1932.
Detailed outline of language and literature. Contains a wealth
of suggestive procedures and materials.
Fort Worth, Texas, Language Arts. A Tentative Course of Study for Kinder­
garten, Curriculum Bulletin. Number 140. 1935. Pp. 26, mimeographed.
A Tentative Course of Study for Grade One, Curriculum Bulletin.
Number 141. 1935. Pp. 43, mimeographed. A Tentative Course of Study
for Grade Two, Curriculum Bulletin. Number 142. 1935. Pp. 41, mimeo­
graphed. A Tentative Course of Study for Grade Three, Curriculum
Bulletin. Number 143. 1935. Pp. 58, mimeographed. A Tentative Guide
for Recreatory Reading and Literature. Grades 4 — 6. Curriculum
Bulletin. Number 152. 1935. Pp. 257, mimeographed.
Greensboro, North Carolina, A Tentative Course of Study in Reading for
Elementary Grades. 1932. Mimeographed.
Provides an outline of subject matter for each grade and gives
book and poem lists.
Indiana State, Tentative Course of Study in the Language Arts for Indiana
Schools. Bulletin Number 107 A-6. Kindergarten and Grades One through
Six. Indianapolis, Indiana: Department of Public Instruction, 1932.
_________
Reading Grades One to Six. Bulletin Number 115 A, 1935.
Iowa State, Poems to Memorize and Books to Read. Grades 1-6.
Iowa: Department of Public Instruction, 1931.
Graded lists.
Pp.92.
Des Moines,
Ironwood, Michigan, Tentative Outline in Language. Grades 1-6. 1934-1936,
Pp. 107, mimeographed.
Outlines the work of each grade and suggests appropriate materials
and procedures for attaining defined goals.
Jersey City, New Jersey, Course of Study in English. Grades 1-8. 1933.
Pp. 140, mimeographed.
Includes subject matter outlines in reading, literature, spelling,
penmanship and language.
Kalamazoo, Michigan, English Curriculum Bulletin Number 2, Kindergarten Grade 2. Curriculum Bulletin. Number j5, Gra-des 3-6. 1931.
Lists topics ana definite attainments for each grade.
Kansas City, Missouri, Materials for Language and Reading: To Aiccomoany
Course of Study in English. Curriculum Bulletin Number 10. Grades
1-6. 1932. Pp. 123, mimeographed.
Lexington, Kentucky, Course of Study in English. Kindergarten-Grade 6.
1934.
Outlines subject content for all phases of English. Lists books
and poems.
52
Long Beach, California, Reading and Literature. Kindergarten through
Grade Three. 1954. Pp. 208, mimeographed.
Contains teaching suggestions for presenting the variou.s aspects
of the English program. Reading lists are furnished.
Minnesota State, Curriculum for Elementary Schools in English, (revised
edition). Grades 1-8. 1951.
New Hampshire State, Program of Studies Recommended for the Elementary
Schools of New Hampshire. Concord, New Hampshire: State Board of
Education, 1350.
Outlines subject matter by grades, gives teaching suggestions and
lists materials in English.
New York State, Handbook for Rural Elementary Schools. The English C~roup.
Grades 1-8. 1934. Pp. 87.
Outlines subject matter by groups and odd and even years in the
various phases of English. Lists helpful aids.
Pasadena, California, Language. Grades 1-6, 1336. Pp. 187.
Gives general aids for English teaching and suggests materials and
criteria of evaluation.
Paterson, New Jersey, Course of Study in Language and Grammar and Literature.
Grades 1-8, 1935. Pp. 139.
Provides teaching suggestions and defines attainments for each
aspect of English.
Perth Amboy, New Jersey, Tentative Course of Study in English. Kindergarten
through Grade 3. 1935. Pp. 65, mimeographed.
Gives suggestions for developing desirable language abilities.
Raleigh, North Carolina, k Study of Language Expression in the Elementary
School. Grades 1-6. 1932. Pp. 203, mimeographed.
Outlines subject matter by grades and lists materials.
South Dakota State, Language Arts for Elementary Grades: Course of Study
Bulletin Number 7. Grades 1-7. Pierre, South Dakota: Department of
Public Instruction, 1932. Pp. 231.
Outlines by grades the work in reading, literature, language,
grammar, spelling and handwriting.
Utah State, English for Elementary Schools. 10 to 15 year olds. Salt Lake
City, Utah: Department of Public Instruction, 1935. Pp. 77, mimeo­
graphed.
Suggests areas of interest for language activities and integrates
the various phases of English into a single program.
Virginia State, Tentative Course of Study for Virginia Elementary Schools.
Grades 1-7. Richmond, Virginia: Virginia State Board of Education, 1934.
Lists objectives, activities and materials for different phases of
English by grades.
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V.
Indexes
Granger, Edith, Index to Poetry andRecitations. Chicago: A.C.McClurg
and Company, 1940. Pp. xxiv + 1525.
Indexes, authors poem and recitation titles and first lines of
poems from 592commonly used poetry anthologies.
Used as a check
to authors and poem titles in this study.
Macpherson, Maud Russell, Children's Poetry Index. Boston: F. W. Faxon
Company, 1958. Pp. xiii + 455.
A subject index to approximately 12,000 poems found in 50
anthologies of children's poetry. The selection of books was
based on a list of those recommended by librarians and teachers
as the poetry books most frequently found in public and school
libraries. An author index, and a title index is also included.
Fue, Eloise, Sub.iect Index to Books for Intermediate Grades. Chicago:
American LibraryAssociation, 1940.
Pp. lix + 495.
A guide to subject matter
in readersand
textbooksforgrades
four through six. Beside the authors and books indexed, keyed
letters to books with page references are entered under 1000
subjects or topics. This book is discussed in Chapter II of
this study. (See page 15.)
___________ Sub.iect Index to Readers.Chicago: AmericanLibrary Associa­
tion, 1958. Pp. xviii + 174.
A subject index of stories and poetry found in some 275 basic and
supplementary readers for the first three grades.
VI. References About Units
Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, Curriculum Material; Integrated Learning Unit on
Children of the World. Aliquippa, Pa.: Aliquippa Public Schools,
1955. Pp. 95, mimeographed.
Excellent social studies course of study with bibliographies on
units and in the language arts.
Baker, C.B., and others, Curriculum Records of the Children1s School.
Evanston, Illinois: Bureau of Publications, National College of Educa­
tion, 1952. Pp. 289.
Includes aims, principles, units, daily programs, and progress
records of the activity school.
California Curriculum Commission, Teacher's Guide to Child Development in
the Intermediate Grades. Sacramento, California: State Department of
Education, 1956. Pp. xxviii + 651.
Outlines course of study for intermediate grades. Describes units
and source materials for teaching.
54
_________
Teacher1s Guide to Child Development; Manual for Kindergarten
and Primary Teachers. Sacramento, California; State Department of
Education, 1950. Pp. xxiv + 658.
Contains valuable description of units for the kindergarten and
primary grades. Excellent bibliography.
Carey, Alice, Hanna Paul R., and Meriam, J.I.., Catalog; Units of Work,
Activities, Projects, etc., to 1932. New York; Lincoln Research
Studies, Bureau of Publications, Teachers College, Columbia University,
1932. Pp. xii + 290.
Annotations of approximately 7,000 printed units of work arranged
topically.
Clouser, Lucy Weller, Robinson, Wilma J., and Neely, Dena L., Educative
Experiences through Activity Units. Chicago; Lyons and Carnahan,
1932. Pp. 352.
General discussion of the subject with a description of some units
suitable to the elementary school.
Cory, Arthur F., A Basic Cotirse of Units. Journal of Education. Volume LXIX
(January, 1939), pp. 45-4.
Lists four approaches that may be used to determine the character
and sequence of experiences to be planned for children. A list of
units for each type is given.
Croxton, Walter
Science in the Elementary School Including an Activity
Program. New York; McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1937. Pp. xii + 454.
Beside general treatment of the subject, inckides a large number
of teaching units.
Curriculum Making in an Elementary School. New York; Ginn and Company, 1927.
Pp. vi + 359. (By the staff of the Elementary Division of the Lincoln
School of Teachers College, Columbia University.)
Objectives, units of work, techniques, and outcomes as developed in
the Lincoln School of Teachers College.
The Directory of Units. Chicago; W. F. Quarrie and Company, 1935. Pp. 177219, Paper.
Directory of source material to be used in connection with the
World Book Encyclopedia and Childcraft Teacher Guide. The Directory
lists some hundreds of units.
Education Inddx. New ^ork; H. W.Wilson Company, July 1935 -January 1941.
A cumulative author and subject index to a selected list of books,
periodicals and pamphlets on education used in this study to com­
pile list of units.
Foster, Josephine C., and Headley, Ruth E., Education in the Kindergarten.
New York; American Book Company, 1936. Pp. xii + 368.
Valuable suggestions for kindergarten units.
55
Foundation Classroom Materials. Chicago: Child Development Foundations, Inc.
Forty units of source material. Gives content, suggests activities
and integrates the subjects of the elementary school within each
unit.
Gustin, Margaret, and Hayes, Margaret L., Activities in the Public School.
Chapel Hill, North Carolina: University of North Carolina Press, 1934.
Pp. xix + 290.
Discusses organization of an activity program. Gives examples of
units for grades of the elementary school.
Hale, Florence, Units and Projects for the Intermediate Grades. New York:
Educational Publishing Corporation, 1936. Pp. 86.
Describes 38 units suitable for intermediate grades. Outlines
subject matter to be covered and suggests activities which may be
carried out by the children.
_________ Units and Projects for the Primary Grades. New York: Educa­
tional Publishing Corporation, 1936. Pp. 82.
Describes 59 units suitable for primary grades. These units have
appeared in The Grade Teacher.
Horrall, Albion H., and Others, Let's Go to School. New York: McGraw-Hill
Book Company, 1938. Chapters VI-VIII, pp. 147 -431.
Part II contains detailed descriptions of units on animals,
European Architecture and San Jose community.
Jones, Martha June, A Unified Science Course for the Intermediate Grades.
School Science and Mathematics, Volume XXXVIII (January, 1938), pp.
75-80.
A science course built on a cycle plan with ten units for each
grade.
Kallen, Miriam, The Primary Teacher Steps Out. Boston: Lothrop, Lee and
Shepard, 1936. Pp. x - 241.
Description of a number of units and procedures for teaching them.
Lincoln School Unit of Work. New York: Bureau of Publications, Teachers
College, Columbia University.
^
Six units described as worked out by the staff ofthe Lincoln
School. Procedures and source materials given.
McCall, William A., (editor), Teacher's Lesson Unit Series. New York:
Teachers College, Columbia University, 1931-1937.
A series of units published on a large number of topics for the
elementary school. Very helpful in this study.
Melvin, Gordon A., The Activity Program. New York: John Day Company,
1936. Pp. ix -i- 275.
Discussion of classroom procedures in an activity school.
56
Moore, Annie E., The Primary School; the Improvement of Its Organization
and Instruction. Boston; Houghton Mifflin Company, 1925. Pp. 540.
Lists excellent bibliography for use in Language Arts in the
Elementary School. Describes units suitable for the Primary
Grades.
Porter, Martha P., The Teacher in the New School. Yonkers, New York:
World Book Company, 1930. Pp. xi4- 312.
Gives suggestions for starting activities in the elementary
school. Stresses dramatics, play, language arts and creative
expression.
Reed, Mary M., and Wright, Lula E., The Beginnings of the Social Studies.
New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1932. Pp. xxxiv +• 224.
A description and detailed account of units worked out with
Primary children.
Stevens, Marion P., Activities Curriculum in the Primary Grades. Boston:
D.C. Heath and Company, 1931. Pp. x
440.
The introductory section deals with an activity program. Typical
activities and units of work described.
Storm, Grace E., The Social Studies in the Primary Grades. Chicago: Lyons
and Carnahan, 1932. Pp. xi + 596.
Discusses a number of units commonly taught in the primary grades.
Tippett, James S., Schools for a Growing Democracy. Boston: Ginn and
Company, 1936. Chapters IX - XII, pp. 150-194.
Describers units on Mexico, textiles and South Carolina as worked
out in real school situations.
Waddell, Charles W., Seeds, Corinne A., and White, Nathalie, Major Units
in the Social Studies for the Intermediate Grades. New York: John
Day Company, 1932. Pp. 390.
Shows how the special subjects can be integrated vri.th the social
studies. Gives in detail one unit for each of grades IV, V and Vi.
Wright, Frances and Lossing, Laverna, Song Source Material for the Activity
Curriculum. New York: Bureau of Publications, Teachers College,
Columbia University, Teachers' Lesson Unit Series Number 41, 1932.
Pp. x + 41.
Lists song source materials under topics and units for the
elementary grades.
Young, William E., The Social Studies Program for the Elementary Schools of
New York State. Albany, New York: New York State Education. Volume
XXVI (February, 1939), pp. 368-69.
A mimeographed list of 150 units used in the Elementary Schools
of the State was compiled by the New York State Social Studies
Committee. This article describes the method used by the committee
in compiling the list.
APPENDIX
Below are sample cards from the various files which were referred to
in Chapter III, together with an explanation of the data on each sample
card, the source of the data and the use made of the data in this study.
Poetry-Book File
The Guide to Children's Poems includes a section in which the poetry
book titles are listed alphabetically.
Following each title is the name
of the place where the book is published, the publisher and the date of
publication.
Preceding each title are the key letters of the title, by
means of which the book is identified.
The data included in this section
of the Guide were compiled from the cards of the Poetry-Book File such as
the samples shown below.
Brewton, -John E., (Compiler)
Under the Tent of the Sky; Collection of Animal Poems
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1937
il. Robert Lawson
BBB(K-3)
RCR(4-5)
LRC
New York Times BR 6/27/37
M.Ch.Ed. 5/38 p. 426 (6-9 yr.)
Sample Card of the Poetry-Book File (Anthology)
UTS
58
Originally the Poetry-Book File contained seven hundred thirty-eight
cards, each card representing a book which had been recommended in the
sources used in this study for the selection of books.
By the application
of criteria explained in Chapter III, two hundred fifteen of these books
were selected for inclusion in the Guide to Children's Poems. (See page 31.)
The sample card presented on page 57, is one of the one hundred twentyfour cards which relate to anthologies.
The card shows the name of the com­
piler of the poetry book, the title of the book, place of publication, the
publisher, the date of publication and the illustrator.
upper right corner are the key to the title of the book.
The letters in the
All the letters
on the left of the card, below the name of the illustrator, are keys which
indicate the selected sources where the poetry book was listed or recom­
mended.
The first letter in each group refers to a particular tjnoe of
source: — B-booklist, R-reader, L-book in Children's Literature, N.Y. -New
York, and M-magazine.
The letters immediately following the initial letter
in the key signify the title of the source of the recommendation.
The
letters and the figures in parenthesis denote the grades or years for which
the poetry book was recommended.
The above card would be interpreted thus:
Compiler of the poetry book - Jolin E. Brewton
Title of the poetry book - Under the Tent of the Sky: Collection of Animal
Poems
Published in New York by The Macmillan Company in 1937
Illustrator - Robert Lawson
UTS, key letters of the Title: Under the ]Tent of the Sky
BBB(K-3) - Booklist, "Bibliography of Books for Young Children".
Recommended in this booklist for children from kindergarten
through grade three
59
RCR(4-5) - Reader "Childhood Readers".
Recommended for grades four and five
LRC - Book in Children’s Literature "Reading with Children"
N.Y. Times B.R. 6/27/37 "The New York Times Book Review", June 27, 1957
M.Ch.Ed. 5/38 p.426 (6-9 yr.) - Magazine, "Childhood Education", May 1938,
page 426. Recommended for the six to the nine year old child
The following sample is also taken from the Poetry-Book File.
The data
are to be interpreted in the same manner as the one which has already been
given.
This card shows that the book is written by a single author.
The
poetry book is recommended in two book lists, in three books in Children’s
Literature, and in six courses of study in the language arts.
The key to
each course of study is prefaced with "C" to indicate "course of study" and
followed by the initial letters of the place where the course of study was
issued.
The last letter of the key tells the type of the course of study:
— -E-English, L-Literature, and R-Reading.
Bergengren, Ralph T7.
Jane, Joseph and John: Their Book of Verses
New York: Little, 1918
BRBRC
BBB(K-S)
LACL(l-S)
LH(8-10 yr)
LPS (1-4)
CChE(l-3)
CFWL(1-2)
CGR-1
CIL(l-S)
CLBL-1
CVL-1
Sample Card of the Poetry-Book File (Single Author)
JJJ
60
The card presented on page 59 is a sample of
the ninety
cards ofthe
Poetry-Book File, which relate to poetry books by
individual
authors.It
Their Book
of Verses
is interpreted as follows:
Author of the poetry book - Ralph W. Bergengren
Title of the poetry book - Jane, Joseph and John:
Published in Few York by Little Company in 1918
JJJ,-Key letters of the title: Jane, Joseph and John
BRBF.C - Booklist, "The Right Book for the Right Child”
BBB(K-S) - Booklist, "Bibliography of Books for Young Children".
Recommended for children from the kindergarten through grade three
LACL(l-B) - Book in Children’s Literature, "Anthology of Children's Litera­
ture". Recommended for the first three grades
LH(8-10 yr) - Book in Children's Literature, "Handbook of Children's Litera­
ture". Recommended for children from eight through ten years of age.
LPS (1-4) - Book in Children's Literature, "Primary School". Recommended
for children in the first four grades
CChE(l-S) - Course of Study, Chicago, English.
Grades one through three
CFWL(1-2) - Course of Study, Fort Worth, Literature. Grades one and two
CGR-1 - Course of Study, Greensboro, Reading.
Grade one
CIL (1-?) - Course of Study, Indiana State, Literature.
three
CLBL(l) - Course of Study, Long Bee.ch, Literature.
Grades one through
Grade one
CVL(l) - Course of Study, Virginia State, literature.
C-rade one
Poem-Title File
The data on the cards of the Poem-Title File were gathered from the
various sources explained in Chapter III.
61
Follen, Eliza Lee
P
New Moon, The
(Theme): Child would like to use the new moon for a cradle*
LH(2)
CChE(l-S)
CFWL(l-5)
CIoE(l)
RCR(P)
EEC(5)
RL(2)
EftOL (1)
PB-2
PVYC
U
Sky
Moon
Sample Card of the Poem-Title File
The above card is a sample of several thousand cards of the Poem-Title
File.
The data on the cards of this file are interpreted very much as those
already described.
The name of the author of thepoem is followed by the
title of the poem.
The letter "P" at the left of the poem title indicates
that this poem, in the Guide to
Children’s Poems, is recommended for the
itpit group or for the first three grades.
The first letter in each of the keys on the left of the card, indicates
the type of the source listing the poem: L-book in children's literature,
R-Reader, E-English textbook, C-Course of study.
The letters following, in
each group are the keyed titles of the sources and the numbers in parenthesis
are the grade recommendations.
The theme of the poem, when considered necessary follows thi title and
gives a cue to what the poem is about: in this case, "The child would like
to use the new moon for a cradle".
62
The grade placement "P", at the left of the title, was arrived at as
a result of the grade recommendations in the parenthesis following the keyed
sources.
This particular poem, as shown by the data on the card, is recom­
mended for the first grade in the English textbook and in one course of
study, for the second grade in the book on children's literature and in two
readers, for the third grade in one reader, and for the first three grades
in two of the courses of study.
The data at the lower
right is interpreted asfollowsJ "U" means
the
unit or units in the Guideto Children's Poems underwhich this poem title
is listed.
This particular poem is included under the unit heading "Sky”
in the subtitle "Moon".
The letters at the left of the list of units are
the keyed letters of the poetry books in which the poem is published.
The card sample from the Poem-Title File is interpreted as follows:
Author of the poem - Eliza Lee Follen
Title of the poem - The New Moon
P - recommended as suitable for the first three grades
LH(2) - Book in Children's Literature, "Handbook", a Handbook of Children's
Literature. Recommended for grade two.
RCR(2) - Reader,
"Childhood Reader for Grade Two"
REC(3) - Reader, "Everyday Classics" Book Three
RL(2) - Reader, "Laidlaw Readers" Book Two
EMOL(l) - English Text, "My Own Language Series" Book One
CChE(l-3) - Course of Study, Chicago, English.
Grades one through Three
CFWL(l-3) - Course of Study, Fort Worth, Literature.
CIoE(l) - Course of Study, Iowa State, English.
Grades one through three
Grade one
U - The unit under which the poem is listed in the Guide to Children's Poems is
"Sky" subtitle "Moon".
Poetry book titles where the poem will be found
PB-2, Poetry Book Two
FVYC, Poems for the Very Young Child
65
Unit File
The data on the cards of the Unit File were gathered from the various
sources relating to Units explained in Chapter III.
Antarctica
Byrd: A Great Explorer
Children of Eskimo Land
The Coldest Lands in the World
Eskimos
Exploring the Northern Sea
A Family of Eskimo Land
Far North-Far South
The Land of the Long Winter
Life Among the Eskimo
Life in an Igloo
Fur Bearing Animals of the North
Heroes of the Northland
Our Eskimo Sandtable
Our Neighbors of the Far North
People of the Midnight Sun
People of Cold Countries
The Polar Regions
Third Grade Eskimo
A Trip to the North Pole
A Trip to the Land of the Midnight Sun
A Unit of Study of the Eskimos
We A.re Eskimo Children
Unit in Guide
Primitive Civilization
Eskimo
Sample Card of the ^nit File
The above card is a. sample of the two hundred six cards of the Unit
File.
The various titles of units which were found in the selected sources
referred to in Chapter III were copied an cards.
Those titles that related
to a common center of interest were alphabetically arranged on a similar
card to the sample above shown.
Then a comprehensive heading was selected,
in the case above, ’’Eskimo”. The list of unit headings included in the
Guide to Children's Poems was compiled from the data in this file.
PART TWO
A GUIDE TO CHILDREN'S POEMS
FOR THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PART TWO:
A GUIDE TO CHILDREN'S POEMS FOR
THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Index to Poetry Books........................
Author Index of Poems....................................
Index to U n i t s ....................................................
Page
3
16
612
Ancient Civilization ............................................
General.
........................
Arabian.............
Assyrian.....................................................
Babylonian....................................................
Egyptian.....................................................
Grecian.......................................................
Hebrew
................................................. . .
Norse and V i k i n g ..............................................
Persian.......................................................
Roman...........................................
Saxon.................................... . ...................
Tartar.......................................................
612
612
612
612
612
612
612
613
613
613
614
614
614
Animal Life......................................................
General.................................................
Adaptation to Environment......................................
614
614
614
Amphibia.....................
Treatment of Amphibia..........................................
614
616
Animal Tracks..................................................
Animals.......................................................
....................................
Treatment of Animals
616
617
644
B i r d s ........................................................
Bird Migration................................................
Bird Nests and Eggs............................................
Treatment of B i r d s ............................................
645
670
670
672
Crustacea.....................................................
674
F i s h .........................................................
674
Insects...............
Treatment of Insects ..........................................
675
685
Mollusca and Shellfish........................................
685
i
Page
Animal Life (cont’d)
Prehistoric Animals
................
685
Reptiles......................................................... 685
Sea Animals........................
Aquarium...............
687
. ..........
Arts...........................................
Architect....................
Artist...........................................................
Author................
Dancing.........................................................
Drama
.............................................
Folk Dancing............................
Poet...........
Radio Artist.
....................
Sculptor...............
Singer...........................................................
688
689
689
689
689
690
690
690
691
692
692
692
Astronomy
.......................................
692
692
General.............
Comets........................................................... 692
Constellations................................................... 693
.................
693
Earth
Eclipse ............................ . . . . .
693
Meteor...............................................
693
Moon
..............................
693
Planets......................................................... 694
S t a r s .....................................
694
S u n ............................................................. 695
Tide....................
695
Universe................................
695
Ballads...................................................
695
B i b l e ............................................................. 698
Character Building. .............................................
699
Child Curiosity....................................................708
General......................................................... 708
Adventure....................................................... 709
Animals . . . . . .............................................
711
Beauty........................................................... 711
Body............................................................. 711
Emotions......................................................... 712
Imagination..................................................... 712
Religion......................................................... 712
Self Realization..................................................712
Some One E l s e ..........................
712
Wishing......................................................... 713
World About Us................................................... 713
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Page
Children........................................................
General.......................................................
B a b y ..........................
Boy...........................................................
G i r l .........................................................
Playmate ..................... . . . . . . . . .
714
714
717
719
721
723
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Circus ........ .
General.......................................................
Balloon.......................................................
Band .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Circus Animals ....................................... . . . . .
Circus People.......................................
History o f ...................................................
Parades..................
725
725
726
726
726
727
727
727
Citizenship............................
728
Clothing, Dress, and Textiles....................................
General.......................................................
Adaptation to Environment...............
Articles of...................................................
Care and Making of..............................................
Materials. . . . ....................... . . . . . . .
728
728
729
729
732
733
Communication..............................
History o f ...................................................
M a i l .........................................................
Printing Pr e s s ......................................
Radio.........................................................
Telegraph.....................................................
Telephone.....................................................
734
734
734
735
735
735
735
Community Life
...........
General......................................................
Contrast (City and Country)....................................
City Life.....................................................
Village L i f e .................................................
735
735
735
736
750
Conservation............................
Erosion.......................................................
Flowers.......................................................
Forests.......................................................
Wild Life.....................................................
750
750
750
750
750
Country Life and Country Living..................................
751
Dairying .
752
Earth...........................................................
General.
..............................................
C a v e .........................................................
Earthquake
.....................................
753
753
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753
753
Page
Earth (oont’d)
Minerals...................
754
Lake............................................................. 754
Land...........
754
Mountain......................................................... 754
.....................................................
755
Ocean
Place in Universe................................................ 756
R o c k s ...............
756
Rotation..................................
756
Fair.
........................................................... 756
Famous People .
.................................................. 757
Farm L i f e ..................................
772
Buildings........................................................772
C r o p s ........................................................... 773
Farm Animals...........
775
Farm Birds........................................................779
Farm Insects...................................................... 781
Farm Lands.
.............................................
781
Farm Living...................................................... 783
Farm Work . . . . . . . . ......................................
784
Ranch L i f e . . . .................................................. 788
Fire......................
788
General
........................................................788
Camp F i r e ........................................................788
Heat and W a r m t h.................................................. 789
Folklore........................................................... 789
General
...........
789
Brownies and Elves................................................ 790
Charms........................................................... 791
Dwark
...................................................... 791
Fables...........
791
Fairies...............
792
Finger Plays...................................................... 789
Folksayings...................................................... 799
Folk Tales.
........................................
800
Giants........................................................... 800
Goblins and Gnomes................................................ 800
Griffen.........
801
Legend........................................................... 801
Mermaid and Merman................................................ 802
Mythology..........................
802
Number and Counting G a m e s ....................................
803
Nursery Games .................................................. 827
Ogres
.............................................. 828
Superstitions .................................................. 828
Tongue Twisters.................................................. 828
Witoh-craft........................
829
iv
Page
Food
...................
General.......................................................
Beverages............................
Breads . . . . . . . . . ......................................
Candy.........................................................
Crackers..........................
Dairy Products................................................
Fish, Meat and Sea-food........................................
Fruit.........................................................
Grain.........................................................
Honey.........................................................
Meals.......................................................
Huts .............................. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.............
Pastry and Desserts.
Preparation of Food......................................
..............................
Poultry and Poultry Products .
Soup
.........................................
Vegetables...................................................
829
829
830
831
831
832
832
832
833
834
835
835
836
837
838
838
839
839
Foreign Lands.................
General......................
......................................
Africa
Antarctic.
..........................
A s i a .........................................................
Australia.....................................................
............................................
Central America.
E urope.......................................................
Islands of the S e a ..................
South Amerioa.................................................
839
839
840
842
842
850
850
851
870
870
Games.........
872
Health and Hygiene..............................................
Cleanliness...................................................
Dressing.....................................................
Eating Habits...............
F o o d .........................................................
Health and Sickness............................................
Physiology..................................
Safety.......................................................
Sleep.........................................................
874
874
875
876
876
876
877
878
878
Holidays and Special Days........................................
General.......................................................
April F o o l ...................................................
Arbor Day........................
Armistice Day.................................................
Birthdays.....................................................
Book Week...............................................
Candlemas Day.................................................
Christmas Day.................................................
Columbus D a y ...........................................
878
878
878
878
879
881
881
882
882
891
v
Page
Holidays and Special Days (cont'd)
Easter
...............................................
Election D a y .................................................
Emancipation D a y .............................................
Father’s D a y ............................
Flag D a y .....................................................
Hallowe'en...................................................
Inauguration D a y .............................................
July Fourth...................................................
Labor Day.....................................................
Lincoln's Birthday ............................................
May Day.
...................
.......................................
Memorial Day
Midsummers D a y ............................
Mother's D a y ...............................................
New Years.....................................................
St. Patriok..................................................
St. Valentine.................................................
Thanksgiving D a y .............................................
Washington's Birthday...........
892
893
893
894
894
895
896
896
898
899
900
900
902
902
903
904
904
905
907
Home and Family Life
............................
General .........
Family D a y ....................................
Family Membership...............
Family Relationship............................................
Home Making Activities........................................
House Buildings and Furnishings................................
Play and Recreational Life of the Family.......................
908
908
909
916
925
929
930
931
Imagination. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . .
General...........................................
Fancies....................
Wishes.......................................................
931
931
933
933
Indians of America......................
Hiawatha
...........
Hunting.......................................................
Pocahontas ................. .
. . . . . . . .
Tribes and Sections........................
935
936
937
937
937
International Relations..........................................
940
Light...........................................................
General.......................................................
Colors.......................................................
Reflection............................
Sources— Artificial............................................
Sources— Natural.............................................
941
941
941
941
942
943
Literature
..................................
General..................
Authors.......................................................
Books and Reading.............................................
Poets and Poetry...........
References to Story o f ........................................
945
945
945
945
946
947
vi
Page
Machine A g e ....................................
General.......................................................
Builders.........................................................
L i g h t ...................................................
Machinery....................
Manufacturing......................
Po w e r ...........................................................
950
950
950
950
951
952
952
Middle A g e s ........................................................952
Archery......................................................... 952
Battles.......................................................
952
Castles and Castle L i f e .......................................... 952
Crusades......................................................... 953
Guilds........................................................... 953
Hunting.................
953
Knight and Knighthood............................................ 953
Monk............................................................. 955
Page............................
955
Pilgrim......................................................... 955
Robinhood........................................................955
Tournament.........................................
956
Troubadour........................................................956
Months.........................................
General . . . . . . . ..........................................
Contrast...........
Months listed Chronologically ..................................
956
956
957
957
M u s i c ....................................
965
General......................................................... 965
Band..........................................................
965
Composing Music ...............................................
965
Listening to Music................................................ 965
Making Music on Instruments...................................... 966
Minstrel.............................................
966
Musical Instruments ............................................
966
Songs and Singing........................
970
Whistling...........
971
Mature....................................
971
General......................................................... 971
Enjoyment of...................................................
973
Reproductive Cycle................................................ 981
Seasonal Cycle.
.......................................
981
Water C y c l e ......................................................982
Nonsense Verse......................................................982
North America........................
General ..................................
.....
Arctic......................
Canada.
.................................................
Mexico..................................
vii
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
Page
North America (cont’d)
Newfoundland...............................................
United States Geographical ..................................
United States Possessions....................................
1001
1001
1005
Occupations...................................................
Cattle Raising..........................
Fishermen...................................................
Forest Ranger. . . . . . ......................... .
Herding....................................................
Lumbering. . . . . . . . . . ............... .
Manufacturing...............................................
Mining.....................................................
1006
1006
1006
1006
1007
1007
1007
1007
Outdoor
1007
Life and Sports...............
Outlaws...............................................
1015
Patriotism
1016
.....................................
Pets
................................ . . . . . . . .
General.....................................................
Listed Alphabetically........................................
1019
1019
1019
Plant L i f e ...................................................
General.
......................
Berries.....................................................
Flowers.............
Fungus.....................................................
Gardens and Gardening........................................
Grain.......................................................
Herbs.......................................................
Leaves.....................................................
M o s s .......................................................
Plants.....................................................
Seeds and Seed Dispersement. .
.........
Shrubs.....................................................
Vegetables.................................................
Vines.......................................................
Weeds.......................................................
1024
1024
1025
1025
1041
1041
1045
1046
1046
1046
1046
1047
1048
1048
1049
1049
Play Life.....................................................
General.....................................................
Either Indoor or Outdoor ....................................
Indoor.....................................................
Outdoor....................................
1050
1050
1050
1051
1054
Primitive Civilization.............
Armenian.............................................
Cavemen.....................................................
Desert.....................................................
Eski m o ..............................
Gypsy.......................................................
1058
1058
1058
1058
1059
1059
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Page
Primitive Civilization (cont*d)
Hebrew
...........................................
Indian (Maya)...............................................
Jungle .. ................... . . . . . .
.....
Lapps.......................................................
1060
1060
1060
1061
Records.......................................................
Books.......................................................
Bookmaking.................................................
Making Records.............................................
Phonograph.................................................
Picture Writing.............................................
Words.......................................................
1061
1061
1061
1061
1061
1061
1061
Red Cross.........
1062
Riddles.......................................................
1062
Safety........................
General.....................................................
F i r e .......................................................
P l a y .......................................................
Policeman..................................................
Safety Signals .............................................
1065
1065
1065
1066
1066
1066
Sea Life
...................................................
F i s h .......................................................
Fog.........................................................
Islands.
..................................
Lighthouse
..........................................
Ocean.......................................................
Sailors.........
Sea Battles.................................................
Sea Creatures...............................................
Sea Faring Life.............................................
Seashore...........
Storms.....................................................
Tides and Waves.............................................
Vacation...................................................
Waterbirds.................................................
1067
1067
1067
1067
1067
1068
1069
1070
1070
1073
1073
1079
1079
1080
1081
Seasons.
................................
General.....................................................
Au t u m n .....................................................
Contrast .
..............................
Cycle.......................................................
Sprin g.....................................................
Summer................................................... .
Winter .
.................................................
Winter— Preparation for......................................
1082
1082
1082
1087
1087
1087
1097
1100
1105
Page
Shelter.....................................
House Furnishings.............................................
Parts of Houses and H o m e s ....................................
Play House...................................................
Rooms in H o uses..............................................
Shelter Idea..................................................
Types of Houses and H o m e s ....................................
1106
1107
1107
1107
1108
1108
S k y ...........................................................
General.....................................................
Clouds.......................................................
Horizon.....................................................
Moon.........................................................
Rainbovr.....................................................
S t a r s .......................................................
S u n .........................................................
1109
1109
1109
1110
1110
1113
1114
1116
S o u n d .........................................................
General ........... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.
Echo...........................................................
1117
1117
1118
Story Telling..................................................
1118
Time...........................................................
Calendar.................................... ................
Clock and Watches............................................
D a y .........................................................
Morning.....................................................
N i g h t .........................................................
Telling Time.................................................
Time I d e a ...................................................
Week-Days of. .
............................................
1118
1118
1118
1119
1120
1128
1128
1129
Toys...........................................................
General
...................................................
Types of.
..............................................
1130
1130
1130
1122
Transportation...................................................
1136
Travel...........................................................
1141
Trees .........................................................
General.....................................................
Beauty o f ...................................................
Blossoms.....................................................
Forests................................................... .
Kinds of.....................................................
Leaves.......................................................
Lumbering...................................................
Nuts.........................................................
Orchards.....................................................
Season Cycle.................................................
x
1147
1147
1149
1149
1149
1150
1156
1156
1156
1157
1157
Page
Trees (cont'd)
Tree-buds...............................................
Uses o f ..............................
W o o d .......................................................
1157
1157
1157
United States Historical....................
General.....................................................
Citizenship.................................................
Civil War Period..............................................
Colonial Period ..............................................
Development of Historical Sense ..............................
Discover and Exploration Period ..............................
Flag.........................................................
Founding of a Nation..........................................
French and Indian W a r ........................................
Immigration........................
Mexican War
...............................................
National Period ..............................................
Navy.........................................................
Patriotism...................................................
Pioneers and Westward Movement................................
Presidents...................................................
Revolutionary W a r ............................................
Spanish American War..........................................
Transition Period.. ..........................................
Twentieth Century............................................
War of 1 8 1 2 .................................................
War with Tripoli. .
.........................................
World War I .................................................
1158
1158
1158
1158
1161
1162
1163
1164
1165
1165
1165
1166
1166
1166
1166
1166
1167
1168
1169
1170
1170
1170
1170
1171
War and Battles...............................................
General.....................................................
Battles
.........
Battleships.................................................
Naval Battles................................................
Indians
..............................................
Soldiers.
.................................................
1171
1171
1172
1173
1173
1173
1173
Waterways.....................................................
General.....................................................
B o a t s .......................................................
Bridges.....................................
Brooks.
...................................................
Canals.......................................................
Creeks.......................................................
Current.....................................................
Dam and D i k e s ................................
F i s h ........................................................
F l o o d .......................................................
F o g .........................................................
Harbors....................
Islands ......... . . . . .
L a k e s ......................
1174
1174
1175
1175
1176
1177
1177
1177
1177
1178
1178
1178
1178
1178
1179
Page
Waterways (cont'd)
Lighthouses
............................................. . .
Plant Life...................................................
Pond.........................................................
Po o l s .............
Rivers...................................................
Spring.......................................................
Tunnell.....................................................
Water Animals................................................
Water C y c l e ...........................................
Waterfalls...................................................
Water P o w e r .................................................
W a v e s .......................................................
Wharves.....................................................
1179
1179
1179
1179
1180
1181
1181
1181
1182
1182
1182
1182
1182
Weather.............
General.....................................................
Types of.....................................................
Weather Prediction............................................
..........................................
Weather Vane.
1182
1182
1183
1195
1196
Work and Workers................................................
General.....................................................
Types of.....................................................
1200
1200
1200
Z o o ...........................................................
General.....................................................
Animals................................................... .
1208
1208
1208
INDEX TO POETRY BOOKS
(indexed with Key to Symbols)
INDEX TO POETRY BOOKS
(indexed with Key to Symbols)
Symbol
AAM
All about me.
ABR
Along the busy river.
1936.
ABVC
Another book of verses for children.
Macmillan, 1925.
AJ
p-3
The Alice and Jerry books. Reading foundation series.
Mabel O'Donnell and Alice Cary. Row, Peterson, 1941.
AMG
The american mother goose.
APA
A'piping again.
BA
A book of americans. Rosemary and Stephen Vincent Benet.
Farrar and Rinehart, 1933.
BB
Ballad book.
BBV
The boy's book of verse.
BPP
A book of famous poems for older boys and girls.
comp. Whitman, 1931.
BFV
A book of famous verse.
BG
Branches green.
BLF
Ballads for little folks.
BLP
The book of the little past.
BNR
A book of nursery rhymes.
BNV
A book of nonsense; verse, prose and pictures.
Dutton, 1928.
BPB
The blue poetry book.
Andrew Lang, comp. Longmans, 1918.
BR
New Bolenius readers.
1929-1930.
Emma Miller Bolenius and others.
P-6
John Drinkwater.
Katharine Keelor.
Grosett and Dunlap,
Edward Verall Lucas, comp.
Ray Wood, comp. Stokes, 1940.
Rose Fyleman, ed. Stokes, 1938.
Katherine Lee Bates, comp. Sanborn, 1925.
Helen Dean Fish, comp. Stokes, 1932.
Marjorie Barrows,
Agnes Repplier, comp. Houghton, 1892.
Rachel Lyman Field.
Maomillan, 1934.
Alice and Phoebe Cary.
Josephine Peabody.
Houghton, 1873.
Houghton, 1912.
Charles Welsh, ed. Heath, 1901.
BVC
A book of verses for children.
1927.
CA
Child activity readers.
p-3
Houghton, 1928.
Ernest Rhys, comp.
Houghton,
Edward Verrall Lucas, comp., Holt,
Amelia McLester.
Augsburg, 1936-1937.
-4Symbol
CB
The children's book*
CBO
p-6
The children's bookshelf.
ed. Ginn, 1934.
CBOP
The Cambridge book of poetry for children.
Putnam, 1933.
CBOV
Child's book of old verses.
Duffield, 1910.
CC
Come Christmas.
CCP
Chimney Corner Poems.
1929.
CD
2-6
Child development readers.
1938-1939.
CFBP
Children’s first book of poetry.
American, 1915.
CGV
Horace Elisha Scudder, oomp. Houghton, 1909.
Burdette Ross Buckingham, comp, and
Jessie Wilcox Smith, comp, and il.
Eleanor Farjeon,
Stokes, 1927.
Veronica Hutchinson, ed. Minton, Balch,
A child's garden of verses.
1925.
Julia Letheld Hahn, ed. Houghton,
Emilie Kip Baker, comp.
Robert Louis Stevenson.
CH
Come hither.
CHOP
The children's hour and other poems.
Houghton, 1917.
Scribner,
Walter John de la Mare, comp. Knopf, 1936.
CHR
2-6
Childhood readers.
1932-1934.
CJ
Careless Jane and other tales.
CLP
Child life in poetry.
1871.
CUB
The complete nonsense book.
CO
2-6
Kenneth Grahame, ed.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
William Edward Grady and others.
Children's own reader.
Ginn, 1936.
Katharine Pyle.
Scribner,
Dutton, 1902.
John Greenleaf Whittier, oomp. Houghton,
Edward Lear.
Duffield, 1929.
Mary Elizabeth Pennell and Alice M. Cusack.
COBV
1-3
A child's own book of verse. Ada Maria Skinner and Frances Gillespy
Wiokes, comps. Maomillan, 1917.
COL
The children's own Longfellow.
Houghton, 1908.
COW
Child's own way series.
p—3
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
Marjorie Hardy.
Wheeler, 1937.
5Symbol
CPF
The coffee-pot face.
CR
Riley child rhymes.
CRC
Chinese rhymes for children, with a few from India, Japan and
Korea. Isaac Taylor Headland, tr. and ed. Revell, 1933.
CS
The children sing in the far west.
CSBP
The children's seoond book of poetry.
American, 1915.
CSR
2-6
Child story readers.
Carnahan, 1936.
CTBP
The children's third book of poetry.
American, 1915.
CU
2-6
The curriculum readers.
Merrill, 1937-1938.
CZ
Citizenship readers.
p-6
D
3,5,6
Aileen L. Fisher.
MoBride, 1933.
James Whitcomb Riley.
Bobbs-Merrill, 1920.
Mary Austin.
Houghton, 1928.
Emilie Kip Baker, oomp.
Frank Nugent Freeman and others.
Lyons and
Emilie Kip Baker, oomp.
Clara Belle Baker and others.
Edith Hope Ranger and others.
Bobbs-
Lippincott,
1930.
Democracy readers. Supplementary social study readers.
sind others. Macmillein, 1940.
Lois Nemec
DAD
Days and Deeds. Burton E. Stevenson and Elizabeth B. Stevenson,
comps. Doubleday, 1906.
DDD
Down-a down derry.
DL
1-3
Do and learn readers.
American, 1930.
EA
Everything and anything.
EC
Everyday classics.
Walter John de la Mare.
Holt, 1922.
Margaret L. White and Alice Hanthorn.
Dorothy Aldis.
Minton, Balch, 1927.
Franklin Baker and others. Macmillan, 1931.
p-6
EG
4-6
Elson-Gray basio readers. Curriculum foundation series.
William Harris Elson and others. Soott, Foresman, 1936.
EGR
2,3
Easy growth in reading.
1940.
EM
Early moon.
FAS
1-6
Fact and story readers.
1930-1931.
Gertrude Hildreth and others.
Carl Sandburg.
Winston,
Haroourt, 1930.
Henry Suzzallo and others.
American,
-6Symbol
FC
Fairies and chimneys.
Rose Fyleman.
FCP
Fifty Christinas poems for children; an anthology. Florence
comp. Appleton, 1923.
FDD
For days and days.
FG
The fairy green.
FF
Fairies and friends.
FFB
The Rose Fyleman fairy book.
FFF
The fairy flute.
FH
2-6
The friendly hour series.
1936.
FP
Fireside Poems.
FS
The fairy shoemaker and other fairy poems.
Macmillan, 1928.
FTB
Four and twenty blackbirds.
FTT
Four and twenty toilers.
n.d.
GBV
The girl’s book of verse; a treasury of old and new poems.
Mary Gould Davis, comp. Stokes, 1922.
GC
1-3
Good companions.
GCB
2,3
The good-companion books.
Macmillan, 1937-1938.
Arthur Irving Gates and others.
GCBO
3-6
The good companion books.
Charles J. Anderson.
GF
The golden flute; an anthology of poetry for young children.
Alice Hubbard and Adeline Babbitt, comps. John Day, 1932.
GN
Golden numbers. Kate Douglas Wiggin and Nora Archibald Smith,
comps. McClure, 1926.
GR
p-6
Good reading.
GS
Golden staircase.
Annette Wynne.
Rose Fyleman.
Doran, 1920.
Stokes, 1919.
Doran, 1923.
Rose Fyleman»
Doran, 1926.
Rose Fyleman.
Rose Fyleman.
B.Hyett,
Doran, 1923.
Doran, 1923.
Ullin W. Leavell and others.
Veronica Hutchinson, comp.
American,
Minton, Balch, 1930.
Boris Artsybasheff, il.
Helen Dean Fish, comp. Stokes, 1937.
Edward Verrall Lucas.
Rose Lees Hardy and others.
John M. Manly and others.
Louey Chisholm, comp.
McDevitts-Wilsons,
Newson, 1931,
Laurel, 1935-1936.
Scribner, 1926-1930,
Putnam, 1920.
-7'
Symbol
GT
Golden treasury of modern lyrics.
Macmillan, 1929.
Laurence Binyon, comp.
GWP
Gaily we parade.
H
Highdays and holidays.
Florence H. Adams and Elizabeth McCarrick,
comps. Dutton, 1927.
HAH
Heroes and heroines.
HBV
Home book of verse for young folks.
Holt, 1929.
HC
p-3
Happy childhood readers.
co., 1930.
HD
The hey diddle diddle picture book.
n.d.
HH
1-6
Happy hour readers. Mildred English and Thomas Alexander.
Johnson, 1935-1938.
HR
2-6
Happy road to reading.
Rand, 1935-1941.
HSJ
Hop, skip and jump.
HTE
Here, there and everywhere.
IGA
I go a-traveling.
IHS
I have a song to sing you.
IL
Indian legends in rhyme.
ILC
I live in a city.
IMN
In my nursery.
ISS
I spend the summer.
JA
Johnny Appleseed and other poems.
Maomillan, 1928.
John Edmund Brewton, comp.
Macmillan, 1940.
Eleanor and Herbert Farjeon.
Dutton, 1933.
Burton Egbert Stevenson, oomp.
Albert C. Lisson and others.
Owen pub.
Randolph Caldecott.
Warne,
Katherine Elizabeth Dopp and others.
Dorothy Aldis.
Minton, Balch, 1934.
Dorothy Aldis.
James S. Tippett.
Harper, 1929.
Laura Richards.
Grace Moon.
James S. Tippett.
Laura E. Richards.
Appleton, 1938.
Stokes, 1917.
Harper, 1927.
Little, 1918.
James S. Tippett.
Eleanor Farjeon.
Minton, Balch, 1928.
Harper, 1930.
Nicholas Vachel Lindsay.
JD
Joan's door.
Stokes, 1926.
JHP
Jack Horner's pie; a book of nursery rhymes.
Harper, 1927.
Lois Lenski, il.
JJJ
Jane, Joseph and John; their book of verses.
Atlantic monthly press, 1921.
Ralph W. Bergengren.
-8Symbols
KQ
Kings and queens.
L
Laidlaw readers.
Eleanor and Herbert Farjeon.
Herman Dressel and others.
Dutton, 1932.
Laidlaw, 1928.
p-6
LBB
Little brown baby. Paul Laurence Dunbar poems for young people.
Bertha Rodgers, sel. Dodd, 1940.
LBD
A little
LC
The listening child. Lucy W. S. Thacher and Marguerite
comps. Macmillan, 1930.
LCB
A little Christmas book.
LD
The land
LFL
Little-folk lyrics.
book of days.
of dreams.
Rachel Lyman Field.
Rose Fyleman.
William Blake.
Lullaby land; songs of childhood.
sel. Scribner, 1922.
LM
Lazy Matilda and other tales.
LMG
The little mother goose.
LR
Lincoln readers.
Wilkinson,
Doran, 1927.
Macmillan, 1928.
Frank Dempster Sherman.
LL
Doubleday, 1927.
Houghton, 1897.
Eugene Field.
Katharine Pyle.
Kenneth Grahame,
Dutton, 1921.
Jessie Wilcox Smith, il.
Isobel Davidson and others.
Dodd, 1918.
Laurel, 1926-1934.
1-6
MC
My caravan; a book of poems for boys and girls in search of
adventure. Eulalie Osgood Grover, ed. Laidlaw, 1932.
MG
Marigold garden; pictures and rhymes.
1910.
MGB
Mother goose; a comprehensive collection.
Heritage press, 1936.
MGF
Mother goose.
MGG
Mother goose or the old nursery rhymes.
Warne, 1910.
MGM
Mother goose’s melodies: or songs for the nursery.
Wheeler. Houghton, 1878.
MGR
Merry go round; new rhymes and old.
1935.
MGRA
Mother goose; the old nursery rhymes.
Century, 1913.
Charles B. Falls, il.
Kate Greenaway.
Warne,
William Rose Benet.
Doubleday, 1924.
Kate Greenaway, il.
William A.
Laura E. Richards.
Appleton,
Arthur Rackham, il.
9Symbols
MGS
Mother goose in silhouettes.
by). Houghton, 1907.
ML
Magpie lane.
MM
Meddlesome Matty and other poems for infant minds.
Taylor. Viking, 1926.
MPB
My poetry book. Grace Thompson Huffard and Laura Mae Carlisle,
comps. Winston, 1934.
MSP
Katharine G. Buffum
Nancy Byrd Turner.
More silver pennies.
Harcourt,
(silhouettes cut
1927.
Jane and Anne
Blanche Jennings Thompson, comp.
Macmillan,
1938.
MW
Modern world readers.
Wendell Wright and others.
Johnson, 1934.
4-6
N
Newson readers.
Catherine Brice and others.
Newson, 1927-1929.
p-6
NA
4-6
The new atlantic readers.
Little, 1936.
Randall Condon and Ida May Lind.
NGB
New garden of verses for little children.
Rand, 1926.
NP
New path to reading.
Wilhelmina Seegmiller.
Anna Dorothea Cordts.
Ginn, 1935.
1-6
NRB
The nursery rhyme book.
Andrew Lang, comp, and ed.
Warne, n.d.
NS
New silent readers.
William Dodge Lewis and others.
New Winston reader.
Sidney G. Firman and Ethel Gehres.
Winston, 1937.
2-6
NW
p-6
Winston,
1930-1931.
NWA
Now we are six.
Alan Alexander Milne.
0A
5-6
Our animal books, a series in humane education.
Clarke, ed. Heath, 1937.
OB
2-3
Our book world.
ODP
The open door to poetry.
0E
Out of the everywhere.
OGW
Over the garden wall.
Florence Piper Tuttle.
Dutton, 1927.
Eleanor Farjeon.
Elizabeth
Longmans, 1937.
Anne Stokes, comp.
Winifred Howard.
Frances
Soribner,1931.
Oxford, 1929.
Stokes, 1933.
-10Symbol
QHP
Our holidays in poetry. Mildred P. Harrington and Josephine
Thomas, comps. Wilson, 1929.
OHBP
One hundred best poems for boys and girls.
oomp. Whitman, 1930.
OMG
The old mother goose nursery rhyme book.
Nelson, 1925.
OTP
One thousand poems for ohildren.
1923.
PAC
Playtime and company.
PAD
Pipe and drum.
PAP
Poems of american patriotism.
1922.
PB
1-6
The poetry book. v. 1-6.
comps. Rand, 1926.
PBL
Poems by a little girl.
PBMG
Picture book of mother goose.
1930.
PBN
1-3
Picture book, number 1-3.
PCH
Poems for the children’s hour.
Bradley, 1927.
PCL
Marjorie Barrows,
Anne Anderson, il.
Roger Ingpen, ed.
Edward Verrall Lucas.
Rose Fyleman, comp.
Poetry for children.
Macrae,
Doran, 1925.
Stokes, 1941.
Brander Matthews, ed.
Scribner,
Miriam Blanton Huber and others,
Hilda Cohkling.
Stokes, 1920.
Berta and Elmer Hader, il.
Randolph Caldecott, il.
Warne, n.d.
Josephine Bouton, comp.
Charles and Mary Lamb.
Howard,
Milton
Dutton, 1903,
PEC
Poems every child should know.
1913.
Mary E. Burt, comp.
PFC
Poems for children.
PFEM
Pieces for every month of the year. Mary Isabella Lovejoy and
Elizabeth Adams, comps. Noble 1929.
Walter John de la Mare.
Abbie Farwell Brown.
Doubleday,
Holt, 1930.
PFP
A pocketful of posies.
PFY
Poems for youth.
PG
1-2
Poems by grades, v. 1-2. Ada VanStone Harris and Charles B.
Gilbert. Scribner, 1907.
PH
Pillicock hill.
Emily Diokinson.
Herbert Asquith.
Houghton, 1902.
Little, 1924.
Macmillan, 1926.
11Symbol
POC
Poems of childhood.
POS
Poetry of the seasons.
1898.
PPAL
Pinafore palace; a book of rhymes for the nursery. Kate Douglas
Wiggin and Nora Archibald Smith, comps. Doubleday, 1926.
PPB
The panjandrum picture book.
PPC
Porridge poetry, cooked, ornamented and served up by,
Stokes, 1924.
PPE
The pointed people.
Eugene Field.
Scribner, 1904,
Mary Isabella Lovejoy, comp.
Silver,
Randolph Caldecott, il.
Rachel Lyman Field.
Walter John de la Mare.
Warne, n.d.
Hugh Lofting.
Macmillan, 1930.
PPI
Peacock pie.
Holt, 1936.
PPO
3-6
Prose and poetry; a literary reader.
Singer, 1935.
PR
Posy ring. Kate Douglas Wiggin and Nora Archibald Smith, comps.
Doubleday, 1910.
Fannie L. Avery and others.
PRFL
Picture rhymes from foreign lands.
1935.
Rose Fyleman, comp.
Stokes,
PT
Poems of todays verse for children, book one.
Edward Stern and co., 1935.
PTR
p-6
Pathway to reading.
Silver, 1932.
FVYC
Poems for the very young child.
1932.
RAR
Ring-a-round; a collection of verse for boys and girls.
Mildred P. Harrington, comp. Macmillan, 1930.
RC
Rhymes of childhood.
RGO
Rainbow gold.
RHB
Robinhood* his deeds and adventures as recounted in the old
English ballads. Lucy Fitch Perkins, comp, Houghton, 1906.
RJ
Rhymes and jingles.
RL
2-3
Real life readers.
RLS
5,6
Real life stories. W. W. Theisen and Leonard A. Sterling.
Macmillan, 1931-1932.
Annie Moore,
comp,
Bessie Blackstone Coleman and others.
Delores Knippel, comp.
James Whitcomb Riley.
Sara Teasdale, oomp.
Bobbs-Merrill,
1898.
Macmillan, 1924.
Mary Mapes Dodge.
Cora M. Martin.
Whitman,
Scribner, 1904.
Scribner, 1930.
-12Symbol
RMG
The real mother goose.
ROR
Ring o* roses; a nursery rhyme picture book.
Brooke, il. Warne, n.d.
RR
p-3
Rainbow readers. Matilde Srager and William Rabenort.
Row, Peterson, 1931-1935.
RRO
Robin redbreast and other verses.
1930.
RS
Rainbow in the sky.
S
4-6
Storyland readers.
1930-1931.
SAA.
Skipping along alone.
SATT
Songs from around a toadstool table.
Follett, 1937.
Rowena Bastin Bennett.
SE
Songs of experience.
Oxford, 1905.
SF
The singing farmer.
SH
Silver horn.
SHR
4-6
Hilda
Silent reading hour.
1929.
Blanche Fisher Wright, il.
Leonard Leslie
William Allingham.
Louis Untermeyer, comp.
L. W. Rader and others.
Winifred Welles.
William Blake.
James S. Tippett.
Conkling.
Rand, 1916.
Macmillan,
Hareourt, 1935.
Row, Peterson,
Macmillan, 1931.
World, 1927.
Stokes, 1924.
Guy Buswell and W. H. Wheeler.
SI
Songs of innooenoe.William Blake.
SOC
Songs of childhood.
Wheeler,
Hale, 1927.
Walter John de la Mare.
Abbie Farwell Brown.
Longmans, 1935.
SOS
Songs of sixpence.
Houghton, 1914.
SP
Silver pennies.
1925.
SR
2-6
Study readers. Alberta Walker, Mary Parkman and others.
Merrill, 1933-1935.
SS
2-6
Story and study readers.
Johnson, 1928-1930.
SSN
Sugar and spice and all that's nice.
Little, 1910.
SSNR
Sing song; a nursery rhyme book.
Macmillan, 1927.
Blanche Jennings Thompson, comp.
Macmillan,
Mathilde Cecelia Geeks and others.
Mary Wilder Tileston, comp.
Christina G. Rossetti.
-13Symbol
ST
Stars tonight, verses new and old for boys and girls.
Sara Teasdale. Macmillan, 1930.
STB
Story-telling ballads.
1920.
STP
Story-telling poems.
1928.
SUSIJ
Sung under the silver umbrella. Association for childhood
education. Literature committee. Macmillan, 1935.
SW
The shoes of the wind.
SWW
Songs of the workaday world.
SY
Singing youth: an anthology of poems by children.
ed. Harper, 1927.
SYS
Sing for your supper.
T
The torch; a book of poems for boys and
Willcox, comp. Harper, 1927.
Frances Jenkins Olcott, comp.
Franoes Jenkins Olcott, comp.
Hilda Conkling.
Houghton,
Houghton,
Stokes, 1922.
Berton Braley.
Eleanor Farjeon.
Doran, 1915.
Mabel Mountsier,
Stokes, 1938.
girls.
TAT
Taxis and toadstools,
TB
Treasure book of children's verse, Mabel Quiller-Couch and
Lilian M. Quiller-Couch, comps. Doran, 1923.
TC
4-6
Treasury chest of literature.
Houghton, 1929-1931.
THBP
Two hundred best poems for boys and girls.
comp, Whitman, 1938.
TL
4-6
Rachel Lyman Field.
Louise Collier
Charles G. Eichel and others.
Tirra lirra; rhymes old and new.
1935.
TMG
The Tenggren mother goose.
TSW
This singing world for younger children.
Harcourt, 1926.
TV
Marjorie Barrows,
Treasury of life and literature; reading and living.
Rollo L. Lyman and others. Scribner, 1937.
TLR
TT
3-6
Doubleday, 1926.
Treasury trail readers.
1928.
Laura E. Richards.
Tenggren, il.
Appleton,
Little, 1940.
Louis Untermeyer, comp.
Wilhelmina Harper and others.
A treasury of verse for little children.
Crowell, 1914.
Macmillan,
Madalen Edgar, comp.
-14Symbol
TVSH
A treasury of verse for sohool and home.
Erie Chilman, oomps. Crowell, 1926.
TY
Three years with the poets.
1904.
TYNY
UA
2-6
This year: next year.
Madalen Edgar and
Bertha Hazard, oomp.
Walter John de la Mare.
Unit-aetivity reading series.
1935-1940.
Holt, 1937.
Nila Blanton Smith.
Elizabeth Madox Roberts.
Houghton,
Silver,
UT
Under the tree.
UTS
Under the tent of the sky; a collection of poems about animals
large and small. John Edmund Brewton, comp. Macmillan,
1937.
UW
Under the window; pictures and rhymes for children.
Greenaway. Warne, n. d.
VMG
Mother goose; Volland popular edition.
ed. Volland, 1915.
TO
A world to know.
WP
p-3
The new work-play books.
Macmillan, 1939.
Viking, 1930.
Kate
Eulalie Osgood Grover,
James S. Tippett. Harper, 1933.
TO
1-6
Webster readers.
1935.
W WW
When we were very young.
Arthur Irving Gates and others.
Clarence R. Stone and others.
Alan Alexander Milne.
Webster, 1932-
Dutton, 1935.
AUTHOR INDEX OF POEMS
AUTHOR INDEX OF POEMS
11A ”
KP
Child and the fairies, The - (Child would like to tame a fairy)
CBOV, CCP, CFBP, MC, PBI, PCH, PR
PI
Child’s fancy, A - (Child
pleasure) CBOV, PR
thinks that all of nature lives for his
I
Deaf and dumb - (Deaf and
insects) PR
dumb finds friends in wild animals and
P
My pony - (Child wishes that he were his own horse) GF, PR
PI
New fern, A - (Fairy discovers a new fern) PR
KP
Old man in the moon, The - (Nonsense) PCH, TB
I
Spring and summer - (Summer is spring grown older) PR
Abbey, Henry
PI
What do we plant? - (More than a tree is planted) BR5, CZ5, H,
HBV, MPB, PB3, TC5
Planting the tree - EG6, FS5
What do we plant when we plant the tree? - DAD, QHP
Abbott, H. H.
PI
Weathercock, The - (Breezes and the weather cock) TVSH
Abercrombie, Lascelles
I
Small fountains - (Description) CH
"A., 0."
PI
Venturesome buds, The - (Buds that oame out too early in the
season) PFEM
Abernathy, E. H.
KP
Little kitty - (Meow’s like a big cat) FH2
Adam, Helen Douglas
P
Morning - (All nature singing) SY
PI
Seoret, A - (Morning comes out of the night) SY
P
Two little stars - (Baby’s eyes) SY
-16-
-17Adams, Bertram Matrin
I
Ballad of the Ivanhoe, The - (A sailing ship makes a trip around
Cape Horn) BBV
I
Peg-leg's fiddle - (A fiddling ship'scook) BBV
Adams, Bill, pseud.
See Adams, Bertram Martin
Adam3, Jean
I
Sailor's wife, The - (Wife prepares for returning sailor) BF7, LC
At. also to Mickle, Wm. J., 6N
Adams, Leonie
I
Home-coming - TSW
Adams, William Henry Davenport
I
Last voyage of the fairies, The - (Fairies floatedout to sea)
HBV, PR
Adock, A. St. John
I
A.
When the world's asleep - (London
TB
S., pseud.
streets when the
world is asleep)
See Russell, George William
Agnew, Edith
PI
Ambition - (When a child grows up in Latin America) GfWP
PI
"Los Pastores" - (The Christmas story) GWP
Aiken, Lucy
I
Which way does the wind blow? - (Where he comes from and
goes, nobody knows) OTP
where he
Ainslee, Hew
I
Ingle-side, The - (Home is the best place of all) OTP
Akers, Elizabeth.
See Allen, Elizabeth Chase Akers
Alcott, Amos Bronson
I
Garrison - (William Lloyd Garrison - abolitionist) DAD
I
Hawthorne - (On Hawthorne's writings) DAD
I
Wendell Phillips - (Phillips fought for the right as he believed
regardless of race) DAD
-18Aloott , Louise May
I
Song from the suds, A - (Wash dirt from clothes and cares from
mind) N6
Alden, R. M.
I
Lost: The summer - PFEM
PI
May - (All nature rejoices) PFEM
Aldis, Dorothy
KP
About buttons - (Child uses a pin to replace a lost button) HTE,
MSP
KP
Acrobats, (The) - (The lady acrobats) HSJ
KP
After supper - (Child comfortable on someone's lap) HTE
KP
Alike - (Wind in the trees sounds like waves at the shore) HSJ
KP
All about it - (Mother holds the baby carefully) HTE
KP
Alone - (A stranger watches children play) HTE
KP
Asleep - (Child asleep is unconscious of what is happening around
him) HTE
KP
At supper time - (Table manners) EA
PI
At the circus - (Description) UTS
KP
Awake - (Child is wakeful at dawn) HTE
P
Away - (A child's behavior is dependant on where mother is) EA
IP
Bad - (Naughty child in bed for punishment) HTE
KP
Balloon man, The - HTE
IP
Bare-back rider - (-at the circus) HSJ
KP
Barnyard (The) - (Geese and chickens in the barnyard) PT
KP
Blum - (Words usually have meaning but blum is satisfying without
meaning) HTE
PI
Brooms - (in stormy weather trees are brooms sweeping the sky)
CCP, EA, GC3, GF, GR5
KP
Bursting - (Children laughed until they forgot the joke) HTE
-19Aldis, Dorothy (Cont’d)
KP
Candle complains, The - (A candle is not consulted when used) HSJ
KP
Careful Jane - (Walk carefully so as not to fall) HTE
KP
Certain days - (Mother wishes child could express exuberance
more quietly) EA
KP
Choosing - (Feet on a sidewalk - stars in thesky) EA
KP
Christmas dog - (Toy dogs listen well) HSJ
KP
Clouds - (The clouds look good enough to be eaten) EA
KP
Clown, The - (The clown juggles dishes) HSJ
KP
Dandelion’s hair, The - (The dandelion
HTE
KP
Dangerous - (Certain squares on the kitchen floor are dangerous)
HTE
KPI
Day-time moon - (Strangeness of) HSJ, PT
KP
Differences - (Grown-ups like different things) EA
KP
Dollie’s tea party -
KP
Dolly’s
becomes bald likegrandpapa)
(Dolls are very polite) HTE
evening. The - (Child gets her doll ready for bed)
HTE
KP
Dragon fly, The - (A dragon fly as he sits on a child’s knee)
KP
Dreadful sight, A - (A child has a tantrum on the street)
HSJ
HSJ
P
Dresses
- (Nostalgia for an absent mother) EA
KP
Ducks (Pillows are good for children’s somersaultsbut
prefers a puddle) HTE
KP
Early - (Child out before dew was dry) CCP, EA, EG3
KP
Easter rabbit, The - (The easter rabbit hides Easter eggs) HTE
KP
Eating candy - (Proper ways for different kinds) HTE, NP2
KP
Elephants, The - (Elephants do tricks at the circus) HSS
P
Everybody says - (Child would like to look like self instead
like different members of family) EA, MSP
KP
Feet - (Feet enjoy pleasures that hands cannot) EA, SUSU
a duck
of
-20Aldis, Dorothy (Cont’d)
KP
Flies - (Child would like to be a
fly and walk on the sky) EA, UTS
KP
For Christmas - (Child wishes forlive pets) HTE, UTS
KP
Found again - (A forgotten doll) HSJ
KP
Fourth of July night - (Celebration at night) HSJ
KP
Friends - (Teeth) EA
KP
Going to sleep - HSJ
KP
Goldfish, The - (Child would like to play with goldfish) EA
KP
Good - (A model ohild for part of
P
Good children - (Children do not like
KP
Good thing,A - (Playing in the bath) EA
KP
Grasshoppers, (The) - (Young grasshoppers continue to play,
oalled to supper) HTE, THBP, UTS
KP
Grown up - (Growing up has responsibilities) EA
KP
Grown-up people - (Child enjoys bumping down stairs) HTE
KP
Hands - (Hands can do much that feet cannot) EA, SUSU
KP
Harebells - (Harebells are racing
hillside) EA, FP
KP
Harpers farm, The - (Fun visiting a farm) HSJ, RS
KP
Her smile - (How mother smiles) EA
KP
Hiding - (Child playing hide and seek with mother and father in
home) EA, MPB, OHBP, RS, SUSU, THBP
KP
Hot weather - (Child objects to clothes in hot weather) EA,
KP
Hungry waves, The - (The waves look hungry) HTE
KP
I am - (Child too busy playing to stop and clean up) HTE
P
Ice - (Making ice orrreeet) EA, GF, SUSU
KP
Ice man, The - (Child talks with the ice man) HSJ
P
In the apple tree - (A hiding place for seclusion) HH2
one morning) HTE
to go to the barber) EA
when
the other flowers up the
GF
Aldis, Dorothy (Cont'd)
KP
In the barnyard - (Contrast ohickens, ducklings and geese)
HSJ, UTS
KP
In the morning - (Habits of father) HTE
KP
Island, The - (An island of hay left in the meadow) HSJ
KP
It was - (A guessing game, with father) HTE
KP
Late at night - (Stars seemed to run after child who tried to run
from them) HSJ
KP
Light, The - (A buttercup big enough to be used for a light) HSJ
KP
Lions and dragons - (Dandelions and Snapdragons are not fierce)
EA, EG4, CCP
KP
Little - (Sister's idea of baby brother) EA, EG2, EH2, OHBP, SUSU
THBP
KP
Little Calf, the - (The little calf sees his first show) HSJ
KP
Little girl and the turkey, The - (What is the turkey thankful
for) HSJ
KP
Little hat, The - (Child lost her hat) HTE
KP
Lonesome - (The fog horn makes a lonesome sound) HSJ
KP
Long time ago, A - (Worn toys) HTE
KP
Looking in - (Child looks through lighted windows on a cold,
winter night) HSJ, THBP
KP
Loss, A - (A loose tooth) HTE
KP
Lovely lion - (Child wonders about the lion's appetite) HTE
KP
Luncheons - (Birds eat worms) EA
KP
Mary Anne’s luncheon - (The foods discuss their not unpleasant
fate) HTE
KP
May wind - (Signs of spring) HSJ
KP
Meadow cooking - (Making believe cooking) HSJ
KP
Mister carrot - (Pulling a carrot out of the ground) EA, GF
KP
Mouths - (A child who would like two mouths) EA
Aldis, Dorothy (Cont'd)
KP
Moving house, The - (Children see a house being moved) HSJ
KP
My brother - (Brother dressed in a sheet) HSJ
KP
My nose - (A oold) HTE
KP
My pony - (Child desoribes his pony) HSJ
KP
Names - (Flowers have pretty names) HSJ, SUSU
KP
Naughty soap song - (Why soap gets thinner each day) EA
KP
Need, A - (A child needs a stiok when he goes for a walk) HTE
KP
Nice food - (Grown-ups do not include oandy in "Nice food”) HTE
P
Night and morning - (Contrast) EA
KP
Not any more - (Child is sorry for deserted toys) HSJ
KP
Picnic, The - (Children picnic at the beach) HSJ, THBP
KP
Pink one, The - (is the candy too pretty to be eaten?) HSJ
KP
Please - ("Please" brings results) EA
KP
Proud Jane - (Big enough to eat with a fork) HTE
P
Puffer, The - (Blowing dandelions) EA
KP
Quite busy - (Curiosity keeps child busy) HTE
PI
Radiator lions - (Child living in city apartment pretends the
radiators are lions) EA, MPB, OHBP, THBP, UTS
KP
Rain - (Tired of rain) HTE
KP
Rain, The - (Rain keeps children indoors) EA
KP
Reason, The - (Animals and chickens have protection against rain)
EA, NPI
KP
Riddles What am I? - (A jaek-o-lantern) HSJ, PT
KP
Roadside chickory - (Description of) HSJ
KP
Rolling down a hill - (Rolling down hill makes the world look
topsy-turvy) HTE
KP
Run-away tree, The - (A small fir tree ran away) HSJ
-23Aldis, Dorothy (Cont’d)
KP
Sad shoes, The - (Worn out shoes) HTE
KP
Sand pile, The - (Playing in the sand) EA
KP
Seals, The - (Seals at a circus) HSJ
KP
Secret place, The - (A hiding place in a tree) HTE
KPI
Setting the table - (Fun) MPB
KP
Silver teapot, The - (Reflections are distorted in the curve
the silver teapot) HSJ
KP
Singing - (Crickets sing with their knees) EA, GF
KP
Skipping ropes - (Rainbows would make find skipping ropes) EA
P
Snow - EA
KP
Snow in the oity - (Do city children play with
oity streets?) EA
KP
Somersault - EA
KP
Spring promise - (The wild geranium is
P
Sprinkler, The - EA
KP
a sign
of
snow shoveled from
ofspring)
THBP
Squirrel, Squirrel - (Child coaxing a squirrelin the park to come
for a peanut) HTE
KP
Storm, The - (Child enjoys thunderstorm from bed) EA
KP
Strange - (Mother looks different in wraps) HTE
KP
Street lamps - (Street lamps are like beads of a necklace) HSJ
KP
Then - (Beginning to learn to do things means growing up) HSJ
P
Thought, A - (Realization
KP
Troubles - (it is hard to put on stookings, mittens
HTE
P
Uncle Timothy - EA
KP
Underneath - (A room seen from under a bed is play land) HTE
KP
Waiting - (Waiting for Santa) HSJ
KP
Wash rag game - (Playing in the bath) HSJ
of self) EA
andrubbers)
*24*
Aldis, Dorothy (Cont’d)
PI
What am I? - (Riddle - pumpkin) RS
KP
What happened - (Child caught a fish and shared it with his
father) EA
KP
What I would do - (Child finds substitutes for dishes and bed in
out-of-doors) EA, FHBP
KP
What they are for - (Playthings furnished by nature and out of
doors) HTE
KP
When - (imaginary play) EA
KP
When - (First signs of spring) HSJ
KP
When I oook - (Make believe cooking) HTE
KP
When I was lost - (Child describes the feeling of being lost)
HSJ
KP
Whistles - (Child tries to whistle) GF, HTE
KP
Why girl, The - (Child asks, "Why" for every statement) HTE
KP
Windy wash day - (Washing on the line) HSJ
PI
Winter - EA
KP
Winter coats - (Animals grow their winter coats) HSJ
KP
Winter nights - (Bed sheets are cold) HSJ
Aldrich, Thomas Bailey
I
Alec Yeaton’s son - (Only one saved from shipwreck) BFV, STP
I
Before the rain - (Sun drawing water) GN, LC, POS, PP06, T, TY
I
Bluebird, The - (Announces spring) DAD
KP
Cradle-song - TY
I
Fredericksburg - PAP
I
Frost work - (Etchings on window like Chinest art) BR6, POS, TC5
PI
Kris Kringle - (Santa plays a joke) FP, HBV, MFB
I
Like Crusoe, walking by the lonely strand - (Footprint of spring)
BFV
Aldrich, Thomas Bailey (Cont'd)
I
Maple
PI
Marjorie's almanac - (Each month bring its own gift) BR3, CSBP, GF,
MPB, PFEM, PR, PP03, RAR, S4
I
Tiger-lilies - (Favorite flower) GN, POS, T
I
I
P,I
leaves - (Mapleleaves fall in October) DAD, GN
Turkish Legend, A - GN, HBV
Voice of the sea (The) - (The sea's tragic song in autumn) BFV,
CTBV, LC
Winter robin, The - TY
Alexander, Annie
PI
Crow, The - PCH
Alexander, Cecil Frances
I
Adoration of the wise men, The - (Christmas story of wise men)
HBV, PR
P
All things bright and beautiful - (Power of God) CFBP, GS, OHP,
OTP, PB2, PR, RAR, TV
All things beautiful - CLP, PFEM
The creation - MPB, OTP
I
Burial of Moses, The - EC6, GN, OTP, STP
I
Christmas hymn, A - (Christ Child example for all children)
GS, OHP
KP
Evening song - (Children safe athome)
I
Little sister left in charge,
I
OHP, OTP,RAR,
The -(Caring
TV
for a baby
brother) OTP
Once in Royal David's city - OTP
Alford, Edward
K,P
Goldfish, The - SY
I
Gypsy girl, The - OTP
Alger, William Rounoeville
I
Butterfly's revenge, The - (Scorned as a caterpillar, by a
humming-bird, a butterfly had revenge) POS
-26Allen, Elizabeth Chase Akers
P
In April - (Plant life in April) POS
Akers, Elizabeth - PR
Allen, Grace
I
Buccaneers - (Bees come flying in with their booty)
I
Newspapers - (Boy's reactions to) FH6
FH6
Allen, Hervey
I
Lafayette lands - (Lafayette lands in South Carolina, June 1777)
ODP
Allen, Marie Louise
KP
Mitten song, The - (Proud of mittens) SUSU
KP
My zipper suit - (A snow suit) SUSU
Allingham, William
I
Abbot of Inisfalen, The - (An Irish abbot's prayer and meditation
lasted two hundred years) GN, STP
P
Amy Margaret - (A five year old girl) RRO
I
Ball, The - (The earth is the home of all people) RRO
PI
Bird, The - (Birds prefer freedom to being pampered
OTP, RRO
pets)
PI
Birds’ Names - (The magpie steals birds’ eggs) RRO,
TB
PI
Blowing Bubbles - GN
I
Boy, The - (A b o y ’s fancies) PR
PI
Bubble, The - Playing soap bubbles) RRO
PI
Cat and the dog, The - (Why cats guard theinside of the house and
dogs the outside) GC3, RRO
P
Chorus of fairies - RRO
P
City of sand, A - RRO
PI
Down on the shore - (The seashore in summer)
P
Elf singing, The - (An elf escapes from a wizard) RRO
RRO
-27Alllngham, William (Cont’d)
PI
Fairies, The - BFP, BFV, BVC,
GBV, GF,GR4, GS, HBV, LC, N3,
RRO, SUSU, TB, TSW, TV, TVSH,
Fairy folk, The - CLP, GN,
CBOP, CCP, CFBP, CH, C0BV2, EC3, FS,
ODP, OTD, PB4, PCH, PP04, RAR,RGO,
TY
MC, PG1, STPT
PI
Fairy king, The - (The fairy king disposes of a witch
his youth) RRO
P
Here and there - (A song to sing or game to play) RRO
I
Homeward bound - (Sailor bound for England) HBV
PI
I love you, dear - (Appropriate for a valentine) PCH,
KP
I saw a little birdie fly - RRO
P
Jingle, jangle - (Punishment for quarreling ohildren)
I
Lepracaun or fairy shoemaker. The - FAS4, PB4, PCH, RRO
Fairy shoemaker. The - C0BV2, FS
and regains
RRO
RRO
I
Memory, A - (Four ducks on a pond)
Four ducks on a pond - GR4, MC
P
Mountain round, A - (Folk dance) RRO
P
Niok Spence - (Nonsense) RRO
P
Riddle, A - (An imaginary playmate) RRO
PI
Riding - (Courtesy gave the lady right of way)
KPI
Robin red breast - (Robin is the last bird ofthe season)
BFV, CBOP, DAD, GS, HBV, LC, MPB, OTP, PAD, PB3, PP03, PR, RRO,
TLB, TV, TVSH, TY, UTS
PI
Seasons - (Each season brings its joy) RRO
KP
Sleeping - RRO
I
Song of the outlaw Murray - (King of Scotland pardoned outlaw
Murray and made him sheriff of his lands) STB
P
Strange little dream, A - RRO
KP
Swing song, A - MPB, RAR, RRO, SUSU
P
Tom Cricket - (The cricket plays for the cockroaches to dance)
RRO
I
Touchstone, The - (Man had touchstone which revealed value of all
things, and tho' the people killed him and burned the touchstone,
its ashes held the spell) STB
RRO
-28Allingham, William (Cont’d)
I
Wild rose - (Story of roses) GN, OTP
I
Windlass song - (Song of a sailor, as he puts out to sea) BBV, GN,
OTP
I
Winny - (A delightful child) OTP
PI
Wishing - (Child thinks of what he would wish to be) CBOP, CFBP,
CLP, DAD, GF, HBV, MPB, N3, OHP, OTP, PB1, PCH, PFEM, PG1, PR, RAR,
RRO, S4, TB, TV, TVSH, TY
P
Yes or no? - (A child who can’t decide whether to go or stay) RRO
Allison, Joy
PI
Which loved best? - (The proof of a child’s love for her mother)
H, HC3, PB3, FVYC
Allison, Young E.
I
Derelict - (A pirate ship) BBV
Alma-Tadema, Laurence
PI
Blessing for the blessed, A - (Babies all over the world) GS, PR
Sunset - GF
P
Frost - (What would happen to children if they had to sleep out on
a cold night as the flowers do?) CBOV, GS
K
Gravel path, The - (Baby
must take falls without crying) PPAL,
PI
If no one ever marries me
- (Child plans life when grown)
CBOV, OTP, RS
Little girls - CFBP, GS
Looking forward - PB2
P
Lambs in the meadow - CBOV, PB2, PR
PI
London wind - C0BV2
KP
Playgrounds - (Children are glad they have notoutgrown imaginative
enjoyment of nature) HBV,
MC, OTP, PCH, PPAL
PI
Robin, The - (When father
digs the robin comes close) CBOV, CD2,
CFBP, C0BV1, EC2, GC2, GF, GS, PB3, PR2
PI
Snowdrops - (Chat with snowdrops) CBOV, GS, PR
KP
Strange lands - (Imaginary lands) CBOV, HBV, OTP,
Jay and the dove, The - PB2
PR
RAR
-29Alperman, Joan
KPI
Spring message, A - (Spring rain promises flowers) MC
Ames, Eleanor Maria
I
Abraham Lincoln - (Lincoln, trained in a hard way, left work by
which we still profit) OHP
I
Cuddle doon - (Lullaby - Scotch dialect) CFBP, C0BV3, GN, T
Anderson, Margaret Steele
PI
Somebody’s garden - (Description of flowers) DAD
Anderson, May H.
PI
Brother robin - (In April) PFEM
KP
Coasting - PFEM
I
Flower dances - (May calls flowers) PFEM
Martha
Andrews, ]
I
Moon, The - (Humorous - always busy) SY
Andros, R • S « S •
I
Anstey, F
Perseverance - (Swallow, forced to build three nests teaches
perseverance) POS
.t pseud.
See Guthrie, Thomas Anstey
Antin, Esther
K,P,I
Corn - (On our farm) RS
P.I
Garden, The - (A vegetable garden) RS
K,P
Making mushrooms - (Watering the mushrooms beoause there was no
rain) RS
K,P
Our pets - RS
K,P
Peter and Polly - (A cat and a cow) RS
K,P
Tit for tat - (Good to mother beoause mother good to her boys)
RS
Arey, Hannah
I
Thanksgiving - (Celebrate Thanksgiving as ancestors did) DAD
-30Armstrong, Martin
I
On a little bird - (Stone for a dead bird) CH
Armstrong, Mildred Bowers
KP
Boredom - (Bored child wishes for fairy queen) THBP
KP
City fairies - (Fairies in the city ride on merry-go-rounds)
KP
Little girl next door - THBP
KP
Song for a summer evening - (Child thinks of fairies in the
twilight) THBP
THBP
Arnold, Edwin
I
Almond blossom - (Almond blossoms promise spring)
GN
I
Swallows, The - (Swallows cross the ocean without
PR
a boat) DAD, MC,
I
Swallow’s nest, The - PTR, N5, PB4, PR, PTR6
Arnold, Emily Gail
PI
In April - PFEM
Arnold, George
I
Farewell to summer - DAD
I
September - (Beauties of) DAD,
I
September days - PG1, POS
I
Summer longing, A - (Urge to travelin summer) POS
I
Sweet September - (Promise of)
PG1, POS
DAD, GN, GR5
Arnold, Matthew
I
Callicles' song of Apollo - (Apollo and train bathe on Mount Etna)
LC
I
Dover beach - (Description) GBV, POS
I
Evening - (Description of a summer evening in the country) LC
I
Neckan, The - (A lost knight) CH, LC, PG2
I
Quiet work - (Nature's lesson) PG2, TVSH
-31Matthew, Arnold (Cont’d)
I
River's end, The - (River flowed into the sea) POS
I
West and East - (Rome, the world power) CBOP
Arthur, Jessica
I
Knights of the air - (Air pilots) EG5, MW5
Aspinwall, Alicia
KP
Patrick goes to
MPB
school - (To avoid being a deep-dyed ignoramus)
Asquith, Herbert
PI
Aunt Jane - GWP, PH
PI
Birthday gifts - (A little girl chooses) PH
PI
Cricket field, The - (Because the days are shortwe'll go
to the
land of the northern lights where we can play aslong as we
choose) PH
P
Dream, The - (A child's dream of the things in his every day life)
PH
PI
Eggs - (A boy who collects eggs) PH
PI
Elephant, The - (The elephant took children for a
SUSU, UTS
ride) CD4,
I
Farmer and the fairies (The) - (The fairies take the greedy
fanner's gold) PH
I
Frowning cliff, The - (The sea wears away the cliffs) PH, WP6
PI
Gossip - (Nonsense verse) PH
P
Hairy dog. The - PH, SUSU, TT3, UTS
P
House of dogs, The - (Many dogs in this house)
P
If I oould go anywhere - (Adventuring, if with friends)
I
Last horn (The) - (Dogs wait at Heaven's door for
PH
P
Mare, (The) - (Nonsense verse) PH
P
Miracles - (How are bodies made from food?) PH
PH,
PH,SR3
their masters)
-32Asquith, Herbert (Cont'd)
PI
Pigeons at church - (A church with statues on the facade) PH
I
Pool, (The) - (Tom jumps into a pool to rescue the moon) PH
PI
Princess who vanished,
I
Return - (The imagined return of a boy in a picture of two
centuries ago) PH
KP
Robert in bed - PH
PI
Ship sails up to Bideford, A - (A cargo from eastern lands) PH
PI
Skating - (A beginner watches an experienced skater) PH, SUSU
P
Sleep - (Just before dropping off to sleep children think of many
things) PH
PI
Stories - (Stories a child tells just before going to sleep) PH
PI
Tim Willow - (Tim Willow was a restless sleeper - nonsense verse)
PH
PI
Toad, (The) PH
I
Tortoise, The - RS
P
Tortoise and the butterfly (The) - (Each chose own way of life) PH
I
Wind - PH
(The) PH
Atwell, Ruth Marvin
K, P
Soft and white - (Pet rabbits) EGR3
Aunt Clara
P.I
Frog’s good-bye, The - (Frogs hide away in winter) PFEM
Aunt Effie, pseud.
See - Hawkshawe, Ann
Auslander, Joseph
PI
Blackbird Suddenly, A - (Heard in spring) MPB
Choice - (Ignore or stop and enjoy beauties of nature) CB05
I
Recess - (After the rain) CB06
I
Saint of France - (Joan of Arc) CB06
-33Auslander, Joseph (Cont'd)
PI
PI
"Snow advent" - (Snow-storm) MSP, CB5
Three things - (Cows, a buttercup, and a lark song brought
beauty) MPB
Austin, Alfred
I
To America - (Message - forget wrongs of a king long dead and be
friends with England) GN, PEC, TVSH
Austin, Mary
I
At Carmel - (Child enjoys sounds of wild life at the seashore) CS
I
Beggar wind, (The) - (The wind begs stored heat from bodies of
water and leaves ice in payment) CS
I
Black brant,
I
Blue-eyed grass - (A description of summer) CS
I
Brown bear. The - CS, MPB, UTS
I
Buffalo songs - (An Indian song) CS
I
Charms-for going a-hunting - (A prayer for the souls of the animals
that the hunter hopes to kill) CS
I
Charms— for keeping friends faithful - CS
PI
Charms— for walking - (The world is beautiful) CS
I
Chicken-hawk's song - (The ohicken-hawk brags, a song sung while
throwing dice) CS
I
Child's night thoughts, (A) - (Thoughts of nature) CS
I
Christmas fir, (The) - The silver fir branches form a star and the
tips a cross) CS
I
Clocks and calendars - (Time of day and year as told by nature) CS
I
Corn-planting songs - (Indian women sing about oora while they
press the seeds into the ground with their feet) CS
I
Coyote and the carrion orow, (The) - (The coyote and the carrion
crow follow a herd on a long, dry trek) CS
I
Dead water - (Legend that one must not drink water at midnight for
it is dead) CS
(The) - (Habits of the black brant) CS
-34Austin, Mary (Cont'd)
I
Deer, The - (The deer hide in the deep forests) CD4,
CS
I
Deer-star, (The) -
I
Dormidera - (Description of California spring) CS
I
Elf owl - (Habits of) CS
I
Evening prayer - CS
I
Evensong - (A lullaby) CS
PI
Feller I know, A -(A descendant of the early Spaniards) CS, GYiP
I
Fire drill songs -
(An Indian myth about Sirius) CS
(Songs of making a fire) CS
PI
("First I leave the little house") - (Riddle - Pinon nut) CS
I
Forest ranger, The - (The forest ranger rides to watch for fires
or other form of destruction) CS
I
Furryhide and glitterskin - (A snake and a
I
Glossy locks - (A song sung while throwing dice) CS
I
Grand Canon, (The) - (All the oolors of nature are not lost but
settle in the Grand Canon) CS
PI
Grizzly bear - (if you interfere with one grizzly bear, you will
never meet another) CD4, CS
I
Homesiokness - (A description of the Rio Grande countryside) CS
PI
"I being tightly bound" - (Riddle— brook or stream) CS
PI
"I come more softly than a bird"
- (Riddle— snow) BR3, CS
PI
"I have a grave and solemn mien"
- (Riddle— donkey) CS
PI
"I have no wings, but yet I fly"
- (Riddle— arrow) CS
PI
"I never speak a word" - (Riddle— lightning) BR3, CS
I
In Papaqueria - (A description of flowers of southwestern United
States) CS
I
Indian giving - (The sea is constantly claiming the land through
erosion) CS
PI
Ishets - (The little Ishet beetles did not hang the stars
properly) CS
squirrel) CS
-35Austln, Mary (Cont’d)
I
Lighthouse and whistling buoy - (The lighthouse and the buoy guide
the sailors) CS
PI
Little songs of October -
PI
Little songs of spring - CS
I
Morning prayer - CS
I
Mountain chant - (A medicine dance - a prayer for good health) CS
PI
"My mouth is always furthest from my head" - (Riddle— brook, river)
CS
I
Our Lady of Guadalupe - (A prayer for the flowergarden)
KP
Pinonero - (Blue crow or a jay) PT
PI
Prairie dog town - (The habits of) CS, CU4, RL2
I
CS
CS
Rain song of the Rio Grande pueblos - CS
PI
Rathers - (Child thinks of what he would like to be)
CS, S5
I
Rhyme of the pronghorns, (The) - (The coyotes telltheir young of
hunting antelopes and the shame of being hunted by man) CS
I
Road-runner, (The) - (The habits of the chaparral cock) CS
I
Rocky Mountain sheep, (The) - CS, MPB
I
Sailor dead - soldier dead - (Decorating sailor and soldier
graves) CS
PI
Sandhill crane, (The) - (The sandhill crane stalks in pools and
fields for food) CS
I
San Francisco - (A description of San Francisco) CS
I
San Isidro - (A prayer said as the farmer plows; for a good
harvest) CS
I
Santa Douceling - (A prayer) CS
PI
Santa Maria de Todoel Mundo - (Some people have no home but prefer
to wander) CS
I
Sea gulls - (Habits of) CS
I
Sea marsh, (The) - (Description of a marsh) CS
-36Austin, Mary (Cont'd)
PI
Shepherd wind, (The) -(The wind is a shepherd and the clouds his
sheep) CS
I
Shepherds in Judea,
(The) - (The Christmas story) CS, DAD
I
Showers - (The wind
CS
blows the rain over the outdoors to wash
I
Snow - (Description of nature through a winter day and night) CS
I
Song of a man about to
I
Song of a youth whose father was killed in the war
I
Song of greatness, A -
I
Song of life renewal (Song of the ghost dance to recall the
buffalo and the great days of the Indians) CS
I
Song of the red fox
I
Song of western men, (A) - (A song of early heroes of Arizona)
CS
I
Spring in the valley - (A description of) CS
I
Standing guard - (The cowboy rides all night, guarding his
CS
I
Tamalpais - (An Indian myth) CS
PI
Texas trains and trails - (Child riding through Texas on a train
pretends that he is a cowboy riding the range) CS, S5
I
Thanksgiving - (Thanksgiving on Thanksgiving Day for the early
Americans) CS
PI
Travel signs - (A luck sign) CS
I
Western magic - (Southwestern Indians tell of magic) CS
I
Whisper of the wind - (The wind has a language of its own)
PI
Wind song - (Bidding the wind blow in from the Pacific and start
spring life growing) CS
I
Winnedumah - (An Indian myth) CS
I
Winter in the Sierras - (A description of) CD4, CS
it)
die in a strange land - CS
- CS
(Chippewa Indian) CS, CU4
- CS
herds)
CS
-37Austin, Mary (Cont'd)
PI
Wise man - (A family servant corrects a child by repeating old
sayings) CS
I
Young m e n ’s song - (Young men go to collect scalps) CS
Aytoun, William E.
I
Battle of Killiecranie, The - (Description) TVSH
I
Edinburg after Flodden - (Reporting the Scotch defeat of Flodden)
GS
I
Heart of the Bruce, The - (Knights of Robert Bruce carried his
heart into a battle for Christ and Douglas was killed) STB
I
Old Scottish cavalier, The - (A loyal Scotchman, fought for his
belief) GN, LC, T
PI
What may happen to a thimble - (Children look for thimble that
mother dropped in the meadow) PR
B., A. T.
CobblerJ stick to your last; or, The adventures of Joe Dobson (Joe Dobson tried to change work with his wife) ABVC
B.. E. G.
KP
To Betty - (A valentine greeting) PCH
Bacon, Helen C,
I
Song for Decoration Day -
H
I
Song of spring, A - PFEM,
PG1
Bacon, Josephine Daskam
KP
Sleepy song, The - (Child sleeps to song of sheep going over a
hill) BR3, PCH, PPAL, RAR, SP, SUSU, UTS
Baoon, Peggy
PI
Hearth - (Cat watches the
Baikie, James (tr.)
I
Little sycamore, The - RAR
fire) MPB
-38Bailey, Carolyn
PI
After winter - PCH
KP
Christinas party, A - (For the forest animals) PCH
K,P
If - (if Christmas
K,P
Spider silverlegs -
trees refused to be cut) PCH
(Are you spinning fairy clothes?) PCH, UA3
Bailey, L»
PI
Miracle, The - (Growth of the leaf buds on a twig) OHP
Baillie, Joanna
I
Good morning - (Do not waste the morning hours insleep)
I
Good night - (Gay dreams to all) OTP
I
Outlaw's song, The - (Day is for sleepingand night
OTP, TVSH
OTP
is our
day)
Bain, C,
P,I
In the night - (A child's dream of Christmas eve) FCP
Baker, George Henry
I
Flag, The - H
Baker, Mrs. Karle Wilson
I
Days - (On different days people have different moods) GF, SP
I
Good company - (Enjoyment of nature) FH5,
I
Stars - (I am small and I am great) LC
ODP
Baldwin, A. H.
I
On the threshold - (A welcome to the New Year) H
Ballantine, James
I
Castles in the air - (Scotch dialect) CLP, T
P, I
Creep afore ye gang - (Teaching the baby to creep - Scotch
dialect) GS
Bangs, John Kendirck
I
Lincoln's birthday - (Abraham Linooln) H
Bangs, John Kendriok (Cont’d)
KP
Little elf, The - (Elf assures child that it is big enough)
CCP, C0BV1, GF, GR3, GWP, HBV, MPB, PR, FVYC RR2, SP
Little Elfman, The - COBV1, NP2, PB3, PCH, RAR
PI
My dog - CSR5, MPB, MW4, PB4, RLS5, RSS4, RTT6, UTS, WP2
I
On Lincoln's birthday - H
Banko
PI
Cattle - (Cattle, standing in water, look cool) MPB
Barbauld, Anna Letitia
P
Doll’s house, The - OTP
I
Vowels (The) - (Vowels in rhyme) ABVC
Barber, Katherine Alice
I
Veranda chairs - SY
Barbour, George Hurlbut
I
Decoration Day - (Significance of) OHP
Bardwell, M»
KP
Sky, (The) - (Today the sky is blue) PVYC
Barham, Richard Harris
I
Jackdaw of Rheims, (The) - (Jaokdaw became pious, after he was
punished for stealing a Cardinal's ring) ABVC, OTP
Baring-Gould, Sabine
P,I
Now the day is over - OTP, PCH
Child's evening hymn - CFBP, PB3
Evening hymn - GS
I
Olive tree, The - (Olive tree, left to God's cure, thrived) GN,
Barnes, Natalie
PI
Daylight - (Indian verse of day) MPB
KPI
Ke-Ni-Ca song - (Bee has only one arrow)
MPB
Barnes, Nellie
I
Song of the mountains -
(Pawnee Indians) GR6
-40Barnes, Nellie (Cont'd)
I
War song - (Of Dakota Indians) GR-6
I
Wawan song - (Omaha Indians) GR6
Barnes, Thomas Dale
PI
Lone pine, The - (Swept by forest fire) SY
Barnes, William
I
Christmas invitation - (invitation to a Christmas
party) ABVC
Bamfield, Richard
I
Nightingale, The - LC, OTP, PBP, T, TVSH
Philomel - CH
Barr, Matthias
KP
Moon, so round and yellow - (Child wonders what becomes of moon
in early morning) CCP, C0BV1, GF, HBV, MC, OTP, PB1, FVYC
PI
Only a baby small - HBV, TVSH
Barret, Pringle
PI
Hint to the wise, A - (A bird path) PCH
K,P
Old woman who lives in the town, The - (Getting a doll'spillow
from the woman who makes pillows) PCH
K,P,I
Perhaps - (A pinch of icing from a cake) PCH
Barrie, James
P
("I wish I had a pretty house” ) - (Wendy's
song)CHR3
Barris, Amanda
P,I
Pumpkin speaks, A - (Prefers to be a jack-o-lantern) PCH
Barrows, Marjorie
KP
Cricket, The - OHBP, THBP
P,I
Enchanted garden, The - (Because fairies are there) GF
PI
Finding fairies - (Child finds fairies and elves among flowers
thickets in spring) OHBP, PB3, THBP
KP
Hallowe'en song - (A Hallowe'en dance) FVYC, THBP
and
-41Barrows, Marjorie (Cont'd)
PI
Long-ago doll, The - (Child finds her mother's doll in attio)
HR3, PB2, THBP
P
May morning - (The world hums with spring) GF
KP
Pine tree song - (Pine tree glad because it is a Christinas tree)
OHBP, FVYC
KP
Radio wish, (A) - (Child would use the radio to time in on
crickets and the moon) THBP
Barton, Bernard
I
Squirrel, The - (Storing for winter) OTP
Barton, Marie
I
Cycle - (individual's past, present and future opportunities
contrasted) MW6
Barton, Mary
I
Lake and the sky, The - (The horizon) EG5
Baruch, Dorothy
KP
Cat - (Child crawls under the house and sees her cat's eyes in the
dark) SUSU, UTS
KP
Different bicycles - (One child pedals his bicycle but
child has a motor on his) SUSU
KP
Lawn-mower - (Child mows the lawn) SUSU
KP
the other
Merry-go-round - (Child enjoys riding on merry-go-round) SUSU
KP
Rabbits - (Rabbits wrinkle their noses) SUSU, UTS
PI
Riding in a motorboat - EGR, MPB
Ride in a motorboat, A - UA3
KP
Stop - go - (Cars obey the traffic lights) SUSU
Bashford, Herbert H»
I
Lullaby in Bethlehem - (Christmas story) HBV
PI
Parliament Hill - (The lights of London) MPB, SP
Have you seen the lights of London? - CCP
I
Song of the forest ranger, The - (Deep in the forest) OHP
Bashford, Herbert H. (Cont'd)
I
Where do the gypsies come from? - (And where do they go?) CH
Basho
PI
Hail on the pine trees - MPB
PI
Plum blossoms - (Beauty of) SUSU
Bas-Quercy
I
Carol of the birds - (Birds visit theChrist
Child)
OHP
Bates, Arlo
I
Quite a history - (A pessimist) - BVC
Bates, Clara Doty
PI
Lilac, The - (Setting a party for the bees)PFEM
P
Spring questions - (Pussy-willow, violet and
answers) PPAL
KP
brook questions and
Who likes the rain? - (Ducic, dandelion, tree toad,brook and boy
tell why they like the rain) CCP, CFBP, C0BV1, GF, PB2, PCH, PFEM,
PPAL, PVYC, RAR
Bates, Katherine Lee
I
America the beautiful - C04, D6, FH5, FAS5, GR5, G06, LC,
MPB, MWH, N6, NA6, OHBP, PB4, PCH, THBP
I
Song of waking, A - (Spring) DAD, OHP
I
Vacation song - (School of nature) POS
LRC,
Batterham, Erio N.
I
Once - (All grow old) CH
Bayly, Thomas Haynes
PI
OhI where do fairies hide their heads? - (Where do fairies hide in
winter?) CFBP, HBV, OTP
Where do fairies hide their heads? - MC
Beach, H. Prescott
I
Hither, meadow gossip, tell me! - (What does the bee tell the
flowers?) PFEM
->43Beaumont, Francis
I
On the tombs in Westminster Abbey - CH
Beaumont, Francis and Fletcher, John
I
River-god's song, The - (An invitation to bathe) ODP,
I
Spring - (Flowers calling to be picked) DAD
PCH, TB
Beckwith, M. Helen
PI
Story of the new dress, (The) - (Making of alittlegirl's
from the sheep to the mill and to the making) PB2
dress—
Beddoes, Thomas Lovell
I
Sailor's song - BFV
I
To sea - (Setting out to sea) CH, OTP, SR6
Sea, The - LC
Beeching, Henry Charles
I
Going down-hill on a bicycle - HBV, N5, NA6, OTP, S6
Bicycling song - GN, T
Beer, Morris Abel
I
Book is an enchanted gate, A - H, TL5
I
Boy of old Manhattan - (Theodore Roosevelt) H
Beers, Ethel Lynn
I
Doorway of sleep. The - (Trust that tomorrow will be good) POS
I
November good night, A - (Sleep all winter, grasses) POS
I
Picket guard, The - PAP
I
Which shall it be? (The poverty stricken parents who could not
spare even one of their seven children) PB6
Bell, Annie
P
Squirrel's arithmetic, The - (How many nuts must
winter?) HG2
be stored for
Bell, Corydon
KP
Wandering ant, The grass was out) RAR
(Ant was unable to find his home after the
Bell, John Joy
P
Choioe, The - (Choosing a doll) GS
I
Lights, The - (Ship lights) GS, PAD, SR5
I
On the quay - GS
I
Ships, The - GS, TVSH
Bell, Thelma Harrington
P
Half-asleep - (Child,half asleep saw fairy and elf) RAR
Belloc, Hilaire
PI
Big Baboon,
P,I
Birds, The - (The creation of the birds) FCP, ODP
I
Crocodile,
I
Early morning - RS
KPI
Elephant, (The) - (Elephant has large trunk and little
BVC, RAR
PI
(The) ABVC, RS
(The) - (A missionary eats a crocodile
egg) ABVC
tail)
F**og, The - (Frogs do not like to be called nicknames) BVC, HBV,
MPB, ODP, OHBP, S5, T, THBP
PI
G - (G stands for gnu) ABVC
P,I
George - (Playing with a dangerous
PI
Gnu, The - OHBP, THBP
P,I
Godolphin Horne - (A proud boy
who was rejected from oourt)
I
Henry King - (Nonsense - a boy
who insisted on chewing string) TSW
PI
Hippopotamus, The - (Hippopotamus needs platinum bullets)
PI
Jim - (Jim ran away at the zoo and was eaten by a
TSW
KP-I
Lion, The - BVC, OH, BP, RAR, THBP, TSW, UTS
I
Matilda - (Who told lies and was burned to death)
I
Moon's Funeral, The - (I saw the moon die) MSP
I
Noel - (Christmas story) FCP
toy) FP
UTS
lion)CCP,
FP
RS
S5,
Belloc, Hilaire (Cont'd)
PI
Python (The) - (A dangerous pet) ABVC,
HBV
P,I
Rebeooa - (A ohild who slammed doors for fun) RS
P
Rhinoceros, The - RS
PI
Tarantella - (Memories of a dance) CH,
PI
Vulture, The - (Vulture is not well because he eats between meals)
ABVC, RAR, RS
PI
MW" - (Nonsense verse about beetles) ABVC
PI
Yak, The - (Yak would make a good pet)
OHBP, PCH, S5, THBP, TSV, UTS
MSP
ABVC, FP, GR5, HBV, MC, MW5,
Benet, Laura
I
Adventure - (Child falls asleep in the woods and dreams of witoh
people) GWP, RAR, TSW
P
Cushy cow - (Cow gives abundantly of milk because of the elves'
spell) MPB, PB
P
Penny, The - PCH
Benet, Rosemary and Stephen Vincent
I
Aaron Burr - BA
I
Abigail Adams - BA
I
Abraham Lincoln - BA
I
Alexander Hamilton - BA
I
Andrew Jackson - BA
I
Benedict Arnold - BA
I
Benjamin Franklin - BA
I
Captain Kidd - BA
PI
Christopher Columbus - BA
I
Clara Barton - BA
I
Clipper ships and captains - BA
I
Cotton Mather - BA
Benet, Rosemary and Stephen Vincent (Cont'd)
I
Crawford Long and William Morton - (Discoverers of ether
anesthesia) BA
PI
Crazy Horse - (An Indian chief) BA
I
Daniel Boone - BA
I
David Glasgow Farragut - BA
I
Dolly Madison - BA
PI
French pioneers - BA
I
George Washington - BA
I
Grover Cleveland
- BA
I
Hernando De Soto
- BA
PI
Indian - BA
I
James Buchanan, BA
I
James Monroe - BA
I
Jesse James - BA
I
John Adams - BA
I
John James Audubon
I
Johnny Appleseed
I
John Paul Jones - BA
I
John Quincy Adams - BA
I
Lewis
and Clarke - BA
I
Miles
Standish - BA
PI
Nancy Hanks - BA, CHR6
I
Negro
I
Oliver De Lanoey - BA
I
P. T, Barnum - BA
PI
Peregrine White and Virginia Dare - BA, UA4
- BA
- BA, MPB
spirituals - BA
Benet, Rosemary and Stephen Vincent (Cont’d)
PI
Peter Stuyvesant - BA
PI
Pilgrims and Puritans - BA
PI
Pocahontas
I
Robert E. Lee - BA
PI
Robert Peary - BA
I
Sam Houston - BA
I
Southern ships and settlers - BA
I
Stonewall Jaclcson - BA
I
Theodore Roosevelt - BA
I
Thomas Jefferson - BA
I
U, S, A, - (The future U,
I
Ulysses S, Grant - BA
I
Walter Reed - BA
I
Western wagons - BA, CR6, UA5
I
Wilbur Wright and Orville Wright
I
Woodrow Wilson - BA
I
Zachary Taylor - BA
s.
a
. ;
Benet, Stephen Vincent
I
Ballad of William Sycamore, The -(Story of) MPB
I
Invocation, John Brown - (Essence
of things American) MPB
Benet, William Rose
I
Falconer of God, The - LC
I
Horse thief, The - (Attempts to escape from the posse on a
captured, wild horse result in a strange adventure) TSW
Swing song - (Sights seen from a swing) CB06
Benjamin, Park
I
Stormy petrel. The - POS
-48Bennett, Henry Holcomb
PI
Flag goes by, The - BBV, DAD, FAS2, GN, GR6, H, HBV, N5, PB3, PEC,
PG2, PP06, PTR4, TC4, TVSH
I
St. Patrick m s a gentleman - (St. Patriok drove the snakes, toads
and frogs from Ireland) DAD
Bennett, H. S.
P,I
Clock, The - (Riddle— Clock) GF
Bennett, John
P,I
I
Invenious little old man, The - (Nonsense verse about a man who
made a hole in a boat so the water would rim out) GWP
Skylark’s song, The - (Skylark sings of spring) DAD
Bennett, Rowena Bastian
PI
Adventure - (Child imagines places where road goes) SATT
PI
Airplane, The - GF, MT4, SATT
PI
Around a toadstool table - (Childplays
SATT
P
Autumn play day, An - (Autumn theme) SATT
KP
Boats - (Compares speed of steamboat, sailboat, speed boat)
GF, SATT
PI
Broomstick time - SATT
P
Brownie in a mousetrap, A - (Child
captures a brownie) SATT
PI
Butterfly and the kite, The - (Kite boasts to a butterfly of its
sailing height - butterfly prefers to be free and not tied to a
string) SATT
PI
Clocks and watches - SATT
P
Clouds - (Clouds at night) SATT
KP
Come ride with me to toyland - (Dreaming of toyland on Christmas
Eve) SATT
P
Crimson balloon, The - (Balloon gets away and is blown into tree
where it oollapses) SATT
PI
Dandelion bubbles - (Fairies and wind disperse seed of dandelion)
SATT
and dines
sets trap
with fairies)
tocatch
a mouse but
-49Bennett, Rowena Bastian (Cont'd)
PI
Dream toys - SATT
P
Easter Time - (Easter rabbit with Easter eggs) EG1
PI
Fable, A - (Vain brook has its beauty distorted by the
PI
Full moon, The - SATT
wind) SATT
PI
Lady sleep - (Desoribes coming of beautiful Lady sleep) GWP, SATT
P
Making a rainbow - (Child calls the elements to make a rainbow)
SATT
PI
Maying song - (Song and dance to greet May) SATT
KP
Meeting the Easter bunny - (Child meets the Easter rabbit)
GF, SATT, SUSU, UTS
PI
Modern dragon, A - (Train is a dragon)- GF, SATT, UTS
PI
Motor cars - (Child watches traffic at night from city apartment
window) GF, SATT
P,I
Mrs. C. - (Whose knowledge of fairies is limited) GWP
KP
My see-saw - EG1
PI
Night - (Night is a gardener who works all night to produce sun day and night cycle) SATT
P
On Hallowe'en - (Child would like to ride a broomstick if mother
came too) SATT
P
Pussy-willows - GF, SATT
PI
Raoing the train - (A child racing the train down the platform)
SATT
I
Rain - (Rain is likened to a mouse-gray horse) SATT
PI
Rubber boots - (Children's enjoyment of April rain) GF, SATT
PI
Shell castles - (Listening to a seashell and imagining tales it
sings about sea creatures) GF, SATT, UTS
PI
Shoon - (Describes shoes of frost and rain but the wind goes
barefoot) SATT
PI
Sky harbor - (The light at an airplane landing field) SATT
P
Spinning the top - SATT
Bennett, Rowena Bastian (Cont'd)
p
Spring carnival - (Expresses spring theme) SATT
PI
Under the tent of the sky - (Child imagines circus animals formed
by clouds) SATT, UTS
PI
Zeppelin, The - (Describes the zeppelin in terms of a gigantic
fish) CD5, GF, SATT
Bennett , William Cox
PI
Rain in summer - (Much needed) PFEM
I
Summer invocation, A - (For rain in summer) OTP
Invocation to rain in summer - GN
I
To a cricket - (Cricket, heard in winter, brings memories of
summer) GN, OTP
I
To the chrysanthemum - (Reminder of summer flowers) POS
I
Winter song, A - (Comfort inside to match cold outside) PCH, POS
Bensel, James Berry
I
February - (A snowy winter night) PFEM, PG1, POS
I
One day - (A summer day) POS
Benton, Joel
I
Abraham Lincoln - (Lincoln ruled in tragic times and was worthy)
DAD
I
Grover Cleveland - PAP
I
Hallowe'en - (Hallowe'en activities) DAD
Bergengren, Ralph
PI
Age limitations - (Child would like to be older so he could be a
soldier) JJJ
KP
Airplane, The - JJJ, UA2
PI
Apple blossoms - GF, JJJ
P
Band, The - JJJ
KP
Bank, The - (Child discovers that a toy bank does not pay interest
JJJ
-51Bergengren, Ralph (Cont’d)
PI
Book-lover, A - (Child wonders why his father buys so many books)
JJJ
p
Charm, The - (Child unsuccessfully attempts to oharm ants from their
sand house) JJJ
p
Deep-sea adventure, A - (Child walks alone into a sea of daisies)
JJJ
KP
Dirigible, The - JJJ, PT
PI
Drive, The - (Children play they are oarrying on a drive during
World War) JJJ
KP
Egotism - (Child describes usefulness of rooster and hen to him)
JJJ
KP
Elephant, (The) JJJ
PI
Flag, The - (Children’s concern for our soldiers during World War)
JJJ, N2
P
Flood, The - (Child plays story of Noah and the flood) JJJ
P
Friendship - (The realization of what it means to have a friend)
JJJ
KP
Gardener, The - (Child regrets necessity of throwing away weeds to
make a good garden) JJJ
KP
Happy Jack - (Child’s description of a weather vane) JJJ
P
Home Guard, The - (Child uses toys for a guard at home during World
War) JJJ
P
Home-made playmate, The - (An imaginary playmate) JJJ
KP
House, The - (Children playing house outdoors) JJJ
P
Jane - (A brother wonders why a sister is so changeable) JJJ
P
King’s crown, The - (King lost his crown and ruled like a
gentleman) CB06
KP
Kite weather - GR1, JJJ, WR2
P
Magic bed, The - (Child imagines he takes journeys when dreaming
at night) JJJ, NS2
PI
Metamorphosis - (The grocery boy becomes a soldier during World
War) JJJ
Bergengren, Ralph (Cont’d)
p
Misfortune, A - (The hurt child whose father is too busy to share
a discovery of his child) JJJ
KP
Mrs, Murphy - (Child describes the cleaning woman) JJJ
PI
Night - (The full moon invites a child out to play) JJJ
KP
Policeman, The - JJJ
KP
? - (ice cream and rhubarb pie c a n ’t be eaten together) JJJ
PI
Red Cross nurse, The - (Child would like to be a Red Cross nurse)
JJJ
P
Scarecrow, The - (Best c o m in neighborhood because of the soary
scarecrow) JJJ
P
Seasons, The - (Altho the seasons change child is certain his home
has always been on the hill) JJJ
PI
Skepticism - (Child doubts the world turns) JJJ
P
Social life - (Little girl pretends she is a grown up lady as she
goes calling with her mother) JJJ
PI
Spanish Main, The - (Children playing) JJJ
KP
Swing in the b a m , The - JJJ
KP
Thirst - (Child constantly thirsty) JJJ
P
Transport, The - (Child plays transporting troops to France with
toys in bathtub) JJJ
P
Vocation, A - (Boy prefers to be a painter by trade) JJJ
PI
Western Front, The - (Children play they are soldiers in the World
War) JJJ
KP
Wind, The - (Child snug in bed enjoys the wind at night) JJJ
P
Worm, The - (Child enjoys teasing his mother) JJJ, UTS
Berquist, Beatrice
PI
Song of the robin. The - (A countryside in spring) SUSU
Best, Charles
I
Sonnet of the moon, A - (And a loved one) CH
-53.
Betham-Edwards, Matilda Barbara
KP
Child’s prayer, A - (Prayer for good habits and faith) TVSH
Child's hymn, A - TV
Betts, Craven Langstroth
I
Longfellow - (in praise of writings) DAD
Betts, Maude L.
KP
Santa Claus' helpers - (Santa helpers help make deliveries) FVYC
Bible
KPI
Christmas Eve - Luke C,2sv.8 - (The Christmas story) GWP
KPI
Luke 2:18-14 - (Christmas story) TY
I
Psalm LXV - (Psalm of thanksgiving) OHP
I
Psalm XCV - (Psalm of praise and thanksgiving) OHP
PI
Psalm 100 - (Psalm of praise) MPB, N5, OHBP, OHP, PB2, SUSU
I
They that go down to the sea - Psalm 107,v.23 - (They that go down
to the sea in ships) GWP
I
Psalm CXXXVT- (Psalm- of thanksgiving) OHP
I
Psalm CXLVII - (Psalm of praise and thanksgiving) OHP
PI
Song of Solomon - SUSU, TY
Bickerstaff, Isaac
P,I
Jolly miller, The - RS
Bilsford, Guy
I
Century of peace, (A) - (Three thousand unguarded miles of border
between Canada and the United States) D6
Bingham, Clifton
PI
When - (When children may lie in bed all day or sit up late at
night) CFBP
Bingham, Julia
I
Conquering space - (Contrast between travel in 1640 and 1940) UA5
Binyon, Laurence
I
Belfry, The - (Two children climb a belfry and hear the bell) CH
I
For the fallen - (In memory of soldiers, fallen for England) TVSH
I
Little Dancers, The - (Two children dance alone in a street, at
night) CH
I
Song, A - (Virtues cannot be lived by measure) LC
Birckhead, Haney
I
Curious but true - (Riddle— his equals) RS
I
Everywhere - (Riddle— water) RS
I
Here I am - (Riddle— printed word) RS
I
Strange teeth, The - (Riddle— comb) RS
Bird, Robert Montgomery
P
Fairy folk, (The) - Child listens by the fire about the fairies)
CBOV, CFBP, GF, HBV, OTP, PB1, PR, RAR, TV, TVSH
Bixby, Sopha S,
KP
Chestnut boys, (The) - (The life story of two chestnuts) FVYC
Bjomson, Bjornsterne
KP
Call, The - (Call farm animals for autumn is coming)
PI
Tree, The - (Frost and wind threatened but tree bore its fruit
for child: Life cycle of a tree) BAV, CLP, DAD, H, HBV, MPB, OHB,
PB1, PCH, PFEM, PG1, PP03, PR, RAR, TY
Blackburn, Thomas
PI
Easter hymn - H
Blackie, John Stuart
I
Working man's song, The - DAD
Blake, Mary Elizabeth
I
Equinoctial, The - (The storm of the equinox) POS
Blake, Mary
I
Song of work, A - H
RAR
-55Blake, William
I
Angel, The - (A dream) CH
I
Angel singing, An - (Mercy, pity, peace) RS
I
Birds, The - (Reconciliation of birds) CH
PI
Blossom, The - (Blossom sees joy of sparrow and sorrow of robin)
OTP, SI
I
Building of Jerusalem, The - (Why not Jerusalem in England?) TVSH
I
Chimney sweeper, The - (An orphan ohimney sweeper becomes
reconciled to his state) BPB, CH, LD, SI, T
I
Crystal cabinet, The - (A woman in a glass cabinet) CH
I
Dream, A - (A lost ant is lighted home by a glow worm)
PEC, RAR, SI, TV, TVSH
I
CH, MPB,
Echoing green, The - (Sporting on the green to welcome spring)
ABVC, CH, FP, LC, LD, OTP, PCH, SI
PI
Evening - (Out of doors in the quiet evening) BFP
I
Ply* Tb® “ (A human who brushed away
same to him) OTP, SE
a fly thinks life may do the
I
Holy Thursday - (Children attend at St. Paul's Cathedral on Holy
Thursday) BVC, CB, CH, ODP, OTP, SI
PI
Infant joy - (A new baby) BFV, BVC, GS, HBV, LC, LD, OTP, PR, SI
PI
Lamb, The - BFV, BPB, CBOP, CBOV, CCP, CH, C0BV2, FCP, GS, HBV, HR3,
LC, LD, MPB, OTP, PB3, PG1, PR, RAR, RS, SI,SUSU, T, TB, TV, UTS
PI
Laughing song - (When all nature is gay, children too should be
happy) BVC, CCP, LC, LD, OTP, PCH, SI, SUSU, TL4
When the greenwoods laugh - CH
I
Lessons on cruelty - (Treatment of animals) TB
PI
Little black boy, The - CH, HBV, LD, SI
I
Little boy found, The - (Rejoicing that lost boy is found)
I
Little boy lost, The - LD, SI
I
Mayors, The - (Description of old English hospitality) CH
I
Itypretty
I
Night - (Nature and humans seek repose under blessing of angels)
ABVC, BFV, BPB, CH, HBV, LC, LD, OTP, RAR, RS, SI, SSN, T
LD, SI
rose tree - LD, SE
-58Blake, William (Cont'd)
PI
Nurse's song - (Nurse calls children in from play - children beg
to stay longer) BPB, BVC, CCP, CH, GS, GWP, HBV, LC, LD, MPB, ODP,
OTP, PB2, RGO, SI, T
I
On another's sorrow - (We should share one another’s grief, God
grieves with all) ABVC, OTR, SI
PI
Robin redbreast, A - (Unhappiness follows hurting living things)
ODP, UTS
I
School boy, The - CH, LD, SE
PI
Shepherd, The - BVC, GWP, LC, NA6,
I
Sick rose, The - (A rose destroyed by worn) SE
I
Songs of innocence (Sel. fr.) - (Piper composed, playedand sang
for a child)
Introduction: Piping down the valleys wild - SI, TVSH
Child and the piper, The - LC
Happy piper, The - CBOP
Happy songs - RS
Piper, The - CLP, GWP, MPB, OTP, T
Piping down the valleys wild - GBV, LD, ODP, PR
Reeds of innocence - CCP, HBN
PI
Spring - ABVC, FP, LD, OTP, RS, SI, SUSU
I
Things to remember - (Kindness to humans and birds)
P,I
Three things to remember - (Hurt no bird) CBOP
PI
Tiger, The - BBV, BFV, BVC, CH, C0BV3, CSB, FP,
MPB, MW6, ODP, OTP, RGO, SE, T, TVSH
I
To autumn - ABVC
I
To morning - ABVC
I
To spring
- ABVC
I
To summer
- ABVC
I
To the evening star - CH
I
To winter
I
War song to Englishmen, A - (Prepare for war) CH, OHP
OTP, PB5, SI, TV,TVSH, TY
RS
GN, GS, HBV, LD,
- ABVC
Blassing, Myrtle
KP
Little cloud, little cloud - (Child wishes to travel with oloud to
find answers to his questions) FVYC
-57Bling, Mathilda
I
Autumn tints - T
Bloomfield, Robert
I
Fakenham Ghost, The - (-which turned out
tobe a
colt) BVC
Blunden, Edmund
I
Idlers, The - (Gypsies) CH
Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen
I
Gibraltar - GT, OTP
B., M. K.
P,I
Four sunbeams, The - (The work ofthe sunbeams)
TV
Boker, George Henry
I
Black regiment, The - (Negro soldiers in the
Civil War) GN, PAP
I
Dirge for a soldier - (Dead soldier cares not for mortal deeds
leave him to God) DAD, PAP
I
Lincoln - (Lincoln was a gentleman)
-
OHP
Bone, Florence
I
Prayer for a little home, A - PCH
Boner, John Henry
I
Light’ood fire, (The) - (A welcome fire on a
wintry day) PP06
I
Sparrows in the snow - (The food of a canary
sparrows on a winter day) PP05
shared with the
Bonney, Callie L.
P,I
How Christmas came - GS
Borie, Lysbeth Boyd
K,P,I
Greaty-great grannie - GWP
K,P
Just for Jesus - (A thankful prayer) GWP
KP
Saturday towels - (Child plays that he is a bear and frightens the
maid) UTS
-58Borland, Hal
I
Caravans - (Caravansof thought habits and progress)M.S.P.
Bostwiok, Helen
PI
"
Little dandelion - CFBP, CLP, C0BV2, HBV, OTP, PR, T
Botta, Anne Charlotte Lynch
I
Hidden sweets - (Bee gathers honey from all flowers learn to make friends of all people) POS
so we may
Bottomley, Gordon
I
End of the world, The - (A snowstorm) CH
Bourdillon, Francis William
I
Durydice - (Story of) TVSH
I
Night has a thousand eyes,
death comes) GT, OTP, PB6
Light - LR, TSW
The -
(The light
of theworld
dies when
Bowers, Bee
KP
Rainy day - (Ducks walk in the rain) THBP
Bowers, Mildred
P
Little girl next door - (Neighbor child with style regardless
what she wears) OHBP
Bowles, William Lisle
P,I
Bird in a cage, The - TV
PI
Butterfly and the bee, The
HBV, PEC
-(Bee too
busy for
gaudydress)
Boyden, Polly Chase
KP
Mud - (Playing in) MPB
Boyer, Ralph
P
Riddle— "as I was walking in the rain" - (Worm) CD3
P
Riddle - (Pollywog) CD3
of
Boyesen, Hjalmar H.
I
Brier-rose - (Brier-rose would not do household tasks but she gave
her life to break a log jam and save the lives and farms of her
people) STP
Boykin, Elizabeth
I
Spring rhapsody, A - PP05
Boyle, Sarah Roberts
I
Voice of the grass, The - DAD, HBV, PB5, PCH, PR, TC4, TL4
Bradby Godfrey Fox
I
Flowing tide, The - (Tide going out) TVSH
I
Marsh marigolds (On the River Ant) - (Marigolds seen on a gray
day) TVSH
I
Versailles - (Thoughts of the people who have lived there) TVSH
Bradford, Governor
PI
Plymouth harvest, The - PCH
Bradford, Saxton Edward
I
Longhorns, The - (The disappearance of longhorns on the plains)
SY
Bradley, Mary Emily
I
Chrysalis, A - (Child found interest in a ohrysalis) PEC
Brady, Edwin James
I
Trade - (Thru the
years, as oarried over seas) TVSH
Brainard, John G. C.
I
Sweetbrier, The -
POS
Braine, Sheila
K,P
Apple-elf, The - (Shakes the apples from the tree) GF
Braley, Berton
I
Autumn magic - (Autumn calls the duck hunter) SWW
I
Christinas on the Great Lakes - SWW
I
Dead reporter, The - SWW
-60Braley, Berton (Cont'd)
I
Deserter, The - (The sailor who deserted from the navy was glad
to return) SWW
I
Dock Walloper, The - SWW
I
Driftwood - (The drifter who has worked
at many things) SWW
I
Envoy - (The call of the road) SWW
I
Erie - (Lake Erie) SWW
I
Exile, The - (The exile longs for themountains
States) SWW
of western
United
I
Fancy shots, The - (The sheriff captures the oattle-rustlers)
SWW
I
Fog - (Boats in a fog) SWW
I
Forest ranger, The - (A homesick forest ranger) SWW
I
Gratitude - (The worker who successfully built a power plant in
the wilderness and then was replaced) SWW
I
Handy man, The - (George Washington Goethals builds the Panama
Canal) SWW
I
Hard rock man, The - (The man who helps dig tunnels) SWW
I
Hills, The - (The hills of the western United States) SWW
I
Impulse, The - (A ship’s crew will work well if fed and paid well)
SWW
I
Jungle job, The - (Work in the jungle calls louder than city life)
SWW
I
Leather leggin’s - (The work of the oivil engineer) SWW
I
L ’Envoi - (L’envoi of a deck-hand) SWW
I
Magic whistle, The - (A boat whistle recalls voyaging days to a
city worker) SWW
I
Miner, The - (Coal miner) SWW
I
Miracle worker. The - (The workers who build railroads) SWW
I
Nostalgia - (Nostalgia for the mountains of western United States)
SWW
Berton (Cont’d)
Opportunity - (The world still offers opportunity to the willing)
NW6
Packet boat, The - SWW
Pardners - (The cowpuncher to his pony) SWW
Phonograph, The - SWW
Pioneers, The - (The thinkers and dreamers who make possible
modern civilization) SWW
Playing the game - (The cattle rustler who met death like a man)
SWW
Power plant, The - SWW
Prospector, The - (The gold prospector) SWW
Pumpman, The - (The pumpman in a mine) SWW
Ready - (Panama Canal workers ready to attack another engineering
job) SWW
Reason, The - (Worker in ship’s engine room loves the life of the
inland sea) SWW
Repartee - (Repartee between a tugboat captain and a coal-barge
skipper) SWW
Restless legion, The - (The restless legion is off to a new
frontier) SWW
Sand hog, The - (A builder of tunnels and subways) SWW
Six-hour shift, The - (Coal passer on a lake boat) SWW
Skipper, The - (The skipper of a lake boat) SWW
Smoke-eater, The - (The copper smelter) SWW
Song of the rail, The - (The song of the hobo) SWW
Spring in the city - SWW
Steel-worker, The - SWW
Stoker, The - (The stoker on a ship) SWW
Su'ge - (Su'ge is soft soap used to clean a deok) SWW
Braley, Berton (Cont’d)
I
Sunset trail, The - (Nostalgia
for the western United States) SWW
I
Teamster,
I
Telephone directory, The - SWW
I
Thinker, The - (The inventor who makes possible modern civilization)
BR6, G05, LR5, SS6, SWW, WP6
I
Thrall of
I
Ulysses - SWW
The - (The teamster who draws copper
to the smelter) SWW
the Golden Gate, The- (San Francisco) SWW
I
Wander trail, The - (The wander fever) SWW
I
Windjammer, The - SWW
I
Wop, The - (The part of the immigrant worker in
civilization) SWW
I
Worker, The - (The exploited worker hopes that some day workers
will build a world of their own) SWW
building our modern
Branch, Anna Hempstead
I
Songs for my mother - (Description of mother’s hands and speech)
Her hands - MPB
Song for my mother, A - Her hands - LC, OHP, RGO
Song for my mother, A - Her stories - OHP
Song for my mother, A - Her words - OHP
I
Under the trees - (Shelter of) NA6
H
Branch, Mary
I
Petrified fern, The - (Life of, and death of) CD6
Brereton, E. C.
P,I
Cats - (When the east wind blows the cat stays by the fire but
when the west wind blows he goes out in the sun) APA
I
Three dogs - (The best of the three belongs to me) C M
Breton, Nicholas
I
Happy countryman, The - (Beauties of nature free to country child)
CH
I
Phillida and Corydon - (Story of) DAD
-63Brewer, Ebenezer Cobham
PI
Little things - (By the smallness of things we can sense eternity)
EC2, CBOV, GF, PB2, PEC, OTP
Bridge, Pauline
I
Smoking tin bodies - (Picnic boats) SY
Bridgeman, Diana
P.I
Fairy Queen*s dinner, The - SY
Bridges, Madeline S,
I
First snow, The - (Snow is silent but beautiful) POS
Bridges, Robert
I
Angel spirits of sleep - CH
I
At the Farragut statue - (Children play at the foot of it) PAP
I
Clouds have left the sky, The - (Walking at the seashore in
evening) CH
P. I
First spring morning - GS
P. I
Gay robin - (Gay robin has gone for the winter) GS
I
Larks - T
I
London snow - (Description) CH
I
Spring - T
I
Thanksgiving Day - (Thanks for work, needs supplied and homes)
OHP
I
Toast to our native land, A - PAP
I
Washington - (Washington inspired men to build a nation) DAD
I
Winnowers, The - (Threshing the grain) TVSH
Bridgman, L. J.
P.I
Book - Riddle-book) GF
P.I
Bow and arrow - (Riddle— bow and arrow) GF
P.I
Buttons - (Riddle— buttons) GF
Bridgman, L. J. (Cont'd)
P,I
K,P,I
P,I
Chair, A - (Riddle— chair) GF
Dandelion - (Riddle— dandelion) GF
Fish, A - (Riddle— fish) GF
P,I
Key, A - (Riddle— key) GF
P,I
Peanuts - (Riddle— peanuts) GF
P,I
Pop-corn - (Riddle— pop-oorn) GF
P,I
Pussy-willow - (Riddle— pussy-willow) GF
P, I
Saw, A - (Riddle— a saw) GF
K,P
Toes - (Riddle— toes) GF
K,P
Top, A - (Riddle— top) GF
P,I
Wave, A - (Riddle— a wave) GF
Brink, Carol Ryrie
P,I
Goody O'Grumpity - (Shares her cake with the
children)
GWP
Brisley, Joyce
KP
Which? - (The best way to talk in the woods)
GF
Brock, Emma L.
I
Jumilhac-the-grand - (A round-capped tower was built on the castle
for the son of the owner) PB4
Bronson, Cora W«
P,I
Ladybug, ladybug - PFEM
Bronte, Emily
I
Evening sun, The - (Description of a sunset)
CH
I
Fall, leaves, fall - (Winter will be welcome)
I
Remembranoe - (Of one who has been dead fifteen years)
I
Silent is the house - (A watcher waits for aghostly visitor) CH
I
That wind - (Dreaming in the wind) CH
CH
CH
-65Brooke, Carls
K,P
Cradle song - PFEM
Brooke, Rupert
I
Dead make "The"- CH
I
Doubts - (is the spirit in the deadbody?) CH
Brooks, Charles T.
I
Greeting of Kynast, The - (Lady Kunigunde of Kynast required that
the man she married should ride a narrow wall) STB
Brooks, C, T. and Dwight, J. S.
I
God bless our native land - TY
Brooks, Elbridge
I
Liberty Bell, The - UA5
I
Rodney's ride - (Rodney rode to vote
OTP, STP
for freedom, July 3, 1776)
Brooks, Phillips
K,P,I
Child of Bethlehem, The - GS
PI
Christmas everywhere - H, PB4, PP04,
PI
Everywhere, everywhere Christmas tonight OTP
Christmas oarol, A - C04, DAD, H, OHP, WR5
PI
I
0 little town of Bethlehem - FP, GN,
PG1, PP03, T, TY
TL5
GR5, H, OHP, OTP, PB2, PCH,
Memorial Day - (The dead of the World War ohallenge the living
to permit their saorifices to be repeated) H
not
Brotherton, Alice Williams
I
First Thanksgiving Day, The - (Description) DAD, OHP
Brown, Abbie Farwell
PI
About names - (Child discovers the Latin name of the daisy which
reoalls times, both pleasant and unpleasant, when her own full
name is used) PFP
P
Adventure, An - (An adventure in a boat and a safe return from the
land of sweets) PFP
-66Brown, Abbie Farwell (Cont'd)
PI
After vacation - (What did children learn in school before the
dawn of history?) PFP
I
Alicia’s garden - SOS
PI
All wool - (Do lambs dislike the rain because their woolen garments
may shrink?) SOS
I
Alphabet tree, The - PFP
PI
April
SOS
P
At the zoo - (The animals are always hungry) PFP
P
Baby lion, The - PFP
PI
Ballad of the little page - (Story of an unhappy,little page who
bore the queen's train on her wedding day) PFP
PI
Band, The - PFP
I
Beach lane, The - SOS
PI
Bees - SOS
P
Birds without words - (Birds
K.P
Blessing, A - (To be said at
P
Bobby and big brother go to walk - (Bobby finds it difficult to
keep up with big brother) PFP
I
Botanical ballad, A - (A pun on flowers) SOS
I
Books - (Adventure) CD5
I
Botany - SOS
PI
Bowl of goldfish, The - SOS
P
Boys - (Boys in foreign lands know many interesting
I
Brave knights - PFP
P
Buttons - (Game of counting buttons; rich man, etc.)
PI
Camel, The - SOS
P
Candy lion, The - PFP
fool - (The sparrows fooled the tulip on the first of April)
singin songlanguage)
nightafter
a
SOS
child is in bed) PFP
games) PFP
PFP
Brown, Abbie Farwell (Cont'd)
KPI
Careless waves, The - (The waves play as children do)
PI
Carol singers, The - SOS
PI
Cat bird, The - SOS
PI
Cats-cradle - (Two fairies were kept atschoolbecause
time in sohool playing cat*s-cradle) PEP
I
Charm said under an oak, A -(Prayer
PI
Checkers at the zoo - SOS
P
Cheery bird, The - SOS
P
Christmas - PFP
P
Chrysanthemum, The - (A chrysanthemum with untidy head) PFP
I
Churches - (A church built by nature in the forest) SOS
PI
Cinderella - (A pun on flowersi Lady slipper pinchesthe toes of
other flowers) PFP
PI
City houses - SOS
PI
City trees - SOS
PI
Clocks in the morning - SOS
P
Clothes - (Flowers* clothes are their ownj children's can be taken
away) PFP, PPAL
P
Cloud, The - PFP
P
Constant stars - (Stars in all of nature remind us of the Christmas
star) SOS
P
Cornfield oity - (Lost in a cornfield) PFP
PI
Curls - PFP
P
Dandelion ghost, The - PFP
PI
Dandelion, Tell me true - (Child plays game with self using
dandelion as a charm) PFP
P
Difference, The - (Child begins to realize universal mother love)
PFP
P
Doors of Bookland- (A door to wonderland) FAS3
for virtues
SOS
they wasted
of an oak) LC
-68Brown, Abbie Farwell (Cont'd)
KP
Dream, A - (A baby is a dream come true) SOS
P
Dream-angel, The - (Happy days - pleasant dreams; naughty days bad dreams) PFP
PI
Electric light, The - PFP
P
Elves’ song - SOS
P
Excuse, An - (Child finds it difficult to get to breakfast at
eight because dreamland is so far away) PFP
P
Fairies - (Child is sure fairies exist tho she has never seen
one) PFP
P
Fairy book, The - (Child enjoys listening to mother read from the
fairy book) HBV, MPB, PFP
PI
Fairy fort, The - (A fairy fort in Ireland) SOS
PI
Fairy man, The - SOS
P
Fairyland in snow - (Fairyland in winter is in the forest) SOS
PI
Family reunion, A - (A puzzle in family relations) PFP
PI
Fashions at the zoo - (Fashions for animals - Animals at the zoo
quarrel about the latest styles) SOS
P
Finger-nail moon - (The moon is like an angel’s finger-nail) SOS
P
Firecracker, The - PFP
PI
First friends, The - (A Christmas masque - animals, according to
legend speak in human tongues on this one night of all the year)
SOS
PI
Fisherman, The - GiVP, SOS
PI
Five o ’clock - (Tea time) SOS
PI
Flowerphone, The - (A morning-glory used as a phone to fairyland)
SOS
P
Flower school, The - (Flowerslearn
PI
Fourth of July - (Flowers thatcelebrate
pun) PFP
PI
Friends - (Friends sun, sky and wind with other friends everywhere)
C0BV2, CZ2, GR4, HBV, PFP, RR3, SHR3
totellthyme
theFourth
- apun) PFP
of July
-a
- 69 Brown, Abbie Farwell (Cont'd)
P
PI
Frog, The - PFP
Garden talk - (Rose tries to point out to the discontented butterfly
and sweet pea that they should be satisfied with what they are) SOS
PI
Giraffe - SOS
PI
Good cheer - (Good cheer under adversity) SOS
P
Good clocks - (Clock hands pray at twelve o'clock) SOS
PI
Gossip - (A flower pun about dandelions and tulips) PFP
P
Greedy pincushion, The - PFP
P
Greeting - (A birthday greeting to a child) SOS
KP
Growing - (A ohild growing)
KP
Hammocks - (Child imagines his hammock is a bird's nest) PFP
PI
Hearth-fire, The - SOS
PI
Helpful pup - SOS
PI
Hide-and-seek - (The sun and moon play hide and seek unsuccessfully
forever) PFP
P
Hitting the nail - (Child hits his finger with his new hammer)
BRP, SOS
P
Hungry bank - (A child saves his pennies) FAS2
PI
Improbable brute, The - (A creature of fancy thatwants to be real)
SOS
P
In bed - (Child in the dark doubts realities)
I
In Hampton town - (The lure of England) SOS
PI
In sampler times - (A child discovers her great-great-aunt's
sampler) PFP
PI
In the king's garden - (Flowers will not remain long for each has
a destiny to fill) PFP
P
In the kitchen - PFP
PI
In the vogelgarten - (Bird calls) SOS
I
Indian pipes - (Indian pipe6 , pipes of peace, growing on the grave
of an Indian chief) SOS
SOS
-70Brown, Abbie Farwell (Cont'd)
I
Indian spring, The - (A tale of an Indian love tryst) SOS
PI
Ink - PFP
P
Jack-in-the-box - PFP
P
Katrina's tales - (Katrina is a story teller) PFP
P
Kittiwink - (Pussy-willows commemorate the
kitten died) SOS
P
Kitty's picture - (A child has a photograph taken of self) PFP
P
Learning to play - (Learning to play the piano) H, PFP, PPAL
PI
Legend of the sickle moon, A - (How the crescent moon came to be)
SOS
PI
Little bird's gifts - (How the anemone was made) SOS
PI
Little brothers - (Child knows fish, birds and beasts could teach
him much if he could understand them) PFP
PI
Little Cora's kudzu vine - (The kudzu vine, whioh was planted
upside down, grew thru the earth to Japan) SOS
P
Little corner store, The - (Child has a penny to spend) SOS
PI
Little sea horse, The - (A mermaid rides on a sea horse)
KPI
Lizard, The - (At one time a lizard was a dragon) SOS, UTS
P
Lost - (Lost children ask aid of policeman) SOS
P
Lost playmate, The - (The moon) GS
P,I
Luck - pluck - (Luck is based on pluck)
PI
Market day - (Quantities and measures all wrong) PFP
P, I
Me - (Child hopes that the things of nature are aware of
KP
Menagerie, The - PFP
PI
Midwinter night's dream, A - (A Christmas play in verse) SOS
PI
Mistake, A - (A little boy received a valentine intended
verse for a girl) PFP
P
Moon and her star, The - SOS
day when the children's
SOS
SOS
him) SOS
from the
-71Brown, Abbie Farwell (Cont'd)
p
Moon-man, The - (The moon is a lamplighter for the sky) PFP
PI
Morning and evening - SOS
PI
Morning-glories - PFP
p
Music box, A - (Music box must play nicely) PFP, PPAL
PI
My day - (The things that make up a child's day) SOS
p
My dryad - (The dryad that lives in the oak tree) PFP
KP
My mamma - PFP
P
My nose - (What happens to one's nose when sleeping in winter with
window open) PFP
PI
Naughty tulip, The - BR3, PFP
I
New England - SOS
KP
Nicest story (The) - (A child's urge to write a story that never
ends. (A lisping dialect) ) H
PI
Nonsense - (A pun on flower scent) PFP
PI
Nosegay, The - (Children are nosegays when Jack Frost pinches their
noses) SOS
P
Of pins - (Child discovers stings and pricks of nature) SOS
I
Overtones - (God cares for those in his world) SOS
PI
Pansies - (Pansy faces are painted by fairies) SOS
P
Papa away - (Love of child for its father) PFP
K,P
Peach, The - (-that ripened too fast) GF
PI
Peacock, The - SOS
PI
Peevish hen, The - SOS
I
Planting rice - (Planting rice is tedious work - Philippine folk
song) UA5
I
Plausible goat, The - (The goat who swallowed a ballot) PFP
P
Points of view - (Why have grown people lost the power of make
believe?) PFP, PTR3
-72Brown, Abbie Farwell (Cont'd)
KP
Policeman, The - PFP
PI
Polka - SOS
I
Poodle and the lamb, The - SOS
P
Poor dimple - (While playing hide-and-seek a fairy becomes
imprisoned in a shell) PFP
PI
Poor old books - (The books nobody reads) SOS
P
Postman, The - (A wish for a cheery postman)
PI
Posy, A - (A birthday greeting) SOS
PI
Prayer - (Evening prayer) SOS
P
Prayer of a tired child - PFP
PI
Primrose, The - (A pun on the blush of a primrose) PFP
P
Pummy, The - PFP
PI
Ragman, The - SOS
KP
Rain - (Child at window pane wonders where raingoes)
PI
Real valentine, The - (Mothers best like children
SOS
P
Rhyme of the barley beast - (A barley sugar candy beast to eat at
Christmas - A Christmas fantasy) SOS
PI
Riddle, A - (Tea) PFP
PI
Riddles - (Riddles without answers andanswerswithout
PI
Rising son, The - SOS
PI
River, The - (River contrasted as it flows through city and
country) SOS
PI
Romance, A -(Sweet william resoues lily from snapdragons a
PFP
PI
Rosebush, The - SOS
P
Sailor, The - (Little girl playssailing
grass sea") PFP
KP
Sand-wells - (Child playing in the sand) PFP
GR3
PFP
for valentines)
riddles) PFP
pun)
a boat on her own"green
-73Brown, Abbie Farwell (Cont'd)
PI
Sea-gull, The - SOS
PI
Sea-urchin - SOS
PI
Secret, The - (God says that children are as dear to Him as grown
people) SOS
KP
Short tale, A - (Why the rabbit's
PI
Signs - (The signs fairies leave)
P
Sky fisher, The - (Fishing for stars) SOS
P
Sky matches - (Who scratches matches in the sky) PFP
P
Slumber song - (Nature teaches lessons) PFP
P
Snow - (If snow were only sugarI)
PI
Snow-white ships - PFP
P
S. P. C, T. T, - (Society preventing cruelty to toys) PFP
PI
Somebody's birthday - (Every day is somebody’s birthday) SOS
I
Son of brave Sir Guy, The - (Kenneth wins his squire's sword by
defending his father's castle) PFP
P
Speaking a piece - (Embarrassed child forgets piece) PFP
P
Spider-webs - SOS
PI
Spoiled violin, The - (The violin family oompared to human family)
PFP
PI
Spring patchwork - (Child would make a coverlet of spring's
offerings) PFP
P
Spring play - SOS
P
Stars, The - (Watching while child sleeps) UA3
PI
Stories - (Child told secrets by nature, but promised not to tell)
PFP
PI
Suave crocodile, The - PFP
PI
Summer thanks - PFP
PI
Sunset - PFP
tail is short) SOS
PFP
PFP
-74Brown, Abbie Farwell (Cont'd)
PI
Suppose - (If a monkey had a trunk and elephants quirly tails)
CDS, PFP
PI
Sweet rain - (A pun on raining "oats and dogs") SOS
I
Sword, The - (The sword of Launcelot) SOS
KP
Tall enough - (Some things are only for little people to
understand) SOS
P
Telephone, The - (Spider builds a telephone for the flowers to use)
PFP
PI
Tell-tail - (Boy ties pail on dog’s tail) PFP
I
Thanksgiving - SOS
PI
Thermometer, The - (Outdoor thermometer) PFP
P
Thistle, The - (Thistles grow from lost pins) SOS
P
Thundershower, A - (Highly imaginative account of how angels make
showers and storms) SOS
I
Tiny green hands - (The tiny green leaves beckon a bookworm to
come outdoors) SOS
P
To a little convalescent - SOS
I
To the dogs of the great St. Bernard - SOS
I
Tramping song - SOS
KP
Tree city - FAS3, SOS
PI
Tree fashions - (The oak tree is dressed appropriately through
the seasons) SOS
PI
Tune of Mozart's minuet, The - (Princess Marie Antoinette's reply
to little Mozart) SOS
PI
Two dogs. The - (Iron firedogs) SOS
P
Vanity - (Willow trees mirrored in the brook) PFP
PI
Vegetarians - (A pun on vegetables and fruits) PFP
I
Vigil, The - (The vigil of a squire on the night before he becomes
a knight) SOS, UA6
KP
Wading on the beach - PFP
Brown, Abbie Farwell (Cont'd)
P
Wanted - (Paper, pen and ink wanted to make a storybook) SOS
PI
Wee little song - (A child who does not envy grown people but is
satisfied to be a child) SOS
PI
Well-wishing - SOS
P
Who trimmed the leaves? - (Reason why leaves are of many shapes)
PFP
PI
Winter butterflies - (Snowflakes are the phantom moths and
butterflies of summer) PFP
P
Wise book, The - (A book that always opens at the best loved tale)
PFP
PI
Woodpecker, The - SOS
P
Yachting - (Song of the butterfly boat - A butterfly is a flying
boat) PFP
Brown, Beatrice Curtis
K,P,I
Jonathan Bing - (Jonathan Bing was too absent-minded to dress to
see the king) CD6 , GWP, OHBP, RS, THBP
P,I
Jonathan Bing does arithmetic - (A play on one
K.P.
Jonathan Bing's manners - (Jonathan Bing wasoften
conventional) THBP
K.P.
More about Jonathan Bing - THBP
K,P
My kite - (Lost in the sky) GF
and two)GWP,
RS
polite if not
Brown, Harriet
I
Little tempting path - (Outdoors lures nature lover) NW6
Brown, Kate L.
K,P
Apple Blossom - GF
PI
Dandelion - PFEM, PP03, PP04, TV, TVSH
I
Gentian - PFEM
KP
In the heart of a seed - (Life cycle from seed to plant with the
help of rain and sun) H, PB1
KP
Lady moon - (Lady moon watches baby) PPAL
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Brown, Kate L. (Cont’d)
P,I
Leaflets, The - (Life cycle of leaves) PFEM
P,I
Pussy-willow - (Announcer of spring) PCH
KP
Pussy-willow - (Spring wakened pussy-willow and made children
happy) PPAL, FVYC
P
Tree buds, The - (Protection of tree buds through the winter)
PB2, TV, TVSH
Brown, Nellie M.
P,I
Plant song - (How the plant gets food) PFEM
Browne, William
I
Description of Walla, The - (A wood nymph) LC
I
Hunted squirrel, The - (Boys chase a squirrel) LC
I
Rose, The - CH, OTP
Brownell, Edith
I
October - (Year rests beneath leaves) DAD
Brownell, Henry Howard
I
Abraham Lincoln - (Description) GN
I
Bay-fight, The - (Battle of Mobile Bay)PAP
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett
I
Children gathering palms - (Children tohonor deadpoet)
LC
I
Child's thought of God, A - (Wonderment
of a childaboutGod)
CLP, MC, MPB, OTP, PB2, PCH, PG1, PP04, PR, TC4
I
From Casa Guidi windows - (Child heard singing) PEC
I
Musical instrument, A - (Pan made the first pipes.Creative
effort follows suffering) GBV, ODP, PEC, T, TVSH
I
My doves - (imprisoned) OTP
PI
Out in the fields with God - (The caresof the worldwere lost in
a day in the fields) MC
I
Portrait, A - (Description of a child who has beendead
GN, OTP
ten years)
-77Browning, Elizabeth Barrett (Cont’d)
I
Reading - (How to read) GN, H
I
Romance of the swans nest - (Child's fancy) CLP, GN, LC, OTP,
PG2
I
Sea-mew, The - (An injured bird) OTP
I
Swan’s nest among the reeds - CTBP
I
To Flush, my dog - (Dog stayed with master through illness) BPB
Browning, Robert
I
Boot and saddle - (Ride to rescue castle from the Roundheads) LC
I
Give a rouse - (A drinking song to King Charles) T
I
Gypsies - (Their work) PCH
I
Herve Riel - (A French sailor saves the French fleet from the
British by piloting it through narrow waters to safe harbor)
GN, HBV, ODP, OTP, PEC
I
Home thoughts from abroad - (A description of England in spring)
BBV, BFP, BFV, CBOP, C0BV3, CTBP, DAD, FP, GBV, HBV, LC, OTP, PCH,
POS, T
April in England - GN
OhI to be in England - CSR6
I
Home thoughts from the sea - (Love of England) CBOP, OTP
I
How they brought the good news from Ghent to Aix - (An imaginary
tale of three horsemen, galloping to save their town) BBV, BVC,
CB, CSBP, EC5, GN, GS, HBV, OTP, PB4, PEC, PG2, T, TB, TSW, TVSH
I
Incident of the French camp, An - (True incident. Patriotism
shown by a French color bearer as he delivers his last message to
Napoleon) BBV, CTBP, GN, GS, HBV, LC, ODP, OTP, PEC, STP, T, TB,
TL5, TSW, TVSH
I
Marching along - (A rallying
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North country, The - PCH
I
Pied Piper of Hamelin, The - (Rids the town of rats and then
spirits children away with magic of his musio) BBV, BVC, CB, CB0V3,
CLP, CSBP, EC5, FB, GN, GS, HBV, ODP, OTP, PP06, PTRS, RGO, RS, STP,
T, TB, TC5, TVSH, TY
song to King Charles) T
-78Browning, Robert (Cont'd)
PI
I
Pippa passes (sel. fr.) - (The spring of the year)
Good morning - PR
Pippa passes (br. sel.) GR4, GS, NA4
Pippa's song - BBV, BVC, CHR6 , C0BV2, GS, MPB, ODP, OHP, OTP,
PCH, RAR, SS6, TC6 , TY
Song - MC, RGO
Song from "Pippa passes" - GBV, LC, MC, T
Song: The year's at the spring - HBV
Year's at the spring, The - BFP, BP, CS, PB4, PG1, PP04, THBP
Thus the Mayne glideth - (The course of the river Mayne) T
Bruce, Michael
I
Ode to the cuckoo - (Cuckoo comes in spring) DAD, OTP
Bruce, Wallace
I
Our nation forever - (Union of north and south) OHP
Bryant, Anna B.
P
Star, The - (Star lamp) FH2
Bryant, John H.
I
Indian summer, The - POS
Bryant, May
I
Plucky prince, The - (Prince lived entirely from trees) STP
Bryant, William Cullen
I
Abraham Lincoln - DAD
I
America - (America, young and envied,
I
Death of Lincoln - H
I
Death of slavery, The - DAD
I
Death of the flowers, The -(Flowers after
of a girl) DAD, GN, OTP, POS, TVSH
I
Donkey and the mocking-bird, The - See Rosas, Jose.
mocking-bird, The
I
Elm and the vine, The - See Rosas, Jose.
I
Extract from Thanatopsis - (Meeting death) DAD
land ofopportunity) DAD
the frost andthe
death
Donkey and the
Elm and the vine, The
-79Bryant, Willioni Cullen (Cont'd)
I
Gladness of nature, The - BR5, CLP, EG5, HBV, OTP, PB5, PG2, POS,
TC
I
Green river - (River in a forest) POS
I
Hurricane, The - PG2
I
Hymn to the north star - OTP
I
March - (March brings spring) DAB, EG6 , GN, OTP,
I
Mother's hymn, The - (A prayer) OHP
I
New moon, The - OTP
I
Planting of the apple tree, The - DAD, FAS6 , GN,
PEC, PG2, PP04, TC4, TL5, TY
PI
Robert of Lincoln - (The bob-o-link sings of home life) BFP, BFV,
CLP, C0BV3, CTBP, DAD, EC4, GF, GR5, GS, II, HBV, LC, MPB, PB3, PCH,
PEC, PFEM, PG1 PP04, PR, T, TY, WR5
I
Seventy-six - (Revolutionary War) DAD
I
Snow shower, The - (Snow storm on thelake) PFEM
I
Song for New Year's Eve, A - DAD, MPB
I
Song of Marion's men - (Band of revolutionary soldiers, led by
Francis Marion, harassed British soldiers in South Carolina for two
years) BFV, CSBP, DAD, EC5, HBV, LC, ODP, PAP, PB5
I
To a waterfowl - BFV, BPB, CH, CTBP, EC6 , GN, HBV, ODP, OTP, SS6
I
"To him who in the love of nature holds” - (Natrue meets man's
moods) DAD
I
To the fringed gentian - GN, GP2, LC,MPB, OTP,
I
To the memory of Abraham Lincoln - OHP
I
Twenty-second of December, The - (in memory of the Pilgrims) GN
I
Twenty-second of February (The) - (Succeeding years shall increase
the honor of George Washington) DAD, H, MPB
I
Washington - (Praise for founders of our nation) DAD
I
White-footed deer, The - (The deer that was never shot by the red
men) CU5, NS5, PB5, PG2, STP, WR5
PG1, POS, TC6 , TY
HBV, N6 ,OHP, PB6 ,
PB6 , POS, PP06, TC5
Bryant, William Cullen (Cont'd)
I
Winter - (-Beauties of) POS
I
Woodman and the saddletree - See Rosas Jose.
saddletree.
I
Yellow violet - BR5, PG2, POS, PP06, TC6
Woodman and the
Buchanan, Fannie R.
P
Good morning - (Good morning to out-of-doors in summer) EG2
Buchanan, Jean
P
Playmate - (Child greets things of nature in the morning) HR2
K.P.
Tardy playmate, (The) - (Child wakens to find all nature ready
ahead of him) TNBP
Buchanan, Robert
I
Green gnome (The) - (A maiden delivers her lover from a wicked
enchantment) C0BV3, CSBP, GS
I
Langley Lane - (Life in a London lane) GS
I
L'envoi - (Man made, not of dust, but of will to fight for good)
TVSH
I
Spring song in the city - (London) OTP
I
Two sons - (Two in one - child and adult) TVSH
Buck, Richard Henry
PI
Kentucky babe - (Negro lullaby) CFBP, C0BV3, PB2, T
Buckham, James
P,I
Rover in church - PFEM
P.I
Song in the night, The - (A foolish bird singing to the moon) PFEM
Buckhurst , Thomas S .
I
Midnight - (Sleep brought peace) CH
Bulls, Mary E,
P
Winter night - (The wind blows but animals and ohildren are
sheltered) PRI
Bullwinkle, Christine Wood
I
Night - PCH
Bumstead, Eudora S.
P,I
In the swing - PFEM
I
Indian summer - (Rest in autumn) POS
P,I
Little pine tree, The - (Wishing for different leaves) PFEM
I
Quest, The - (in quest of a lovely home) BR5, C0BV2, PB4, PTR4
K,P
Summer lullaby, A - (Babies sleep snug in their beds) GC2, PFEM
Bunce, Kate E,
I
Imps in the heavenly meadow, The - (How the daisies came to bloom
on earth) GS
Bunker, John
I
Whistling boy, The - (Boy whistles in spring) LC
Bunner, Henry Cuyler
I
Grandfather Watts private Fourth - BVC
I
Grant - (Ulysses S. Grant) PAP
PI
Heart of the tree (The) - (The person who plants a tree plants
happiness for others) DAD, GR5, H, OHP
PI
One, two, three - (A happy crippled boy and an old lady play
"hide-and-seek") CB0V1, C03, C0BV1, EC3, GS, MC, MPB, OTP, PB3,
PCH, PG1, PP04, PR, RAR, TSW, TV, TVSH
Bunyan, John
PI
Of the boy and the butterfly - (Boy chases butterfly) ABVC
I
Of the fatted swine - (Some men, like hogs, are insensible to
blessings) ABVC
I
Of the going down of the sun - (Wait) CH
I
Upon a ring of bells - (Reaction of thoughts and spirits to) CH
I
Upon the lark and the fowler - (Warns bird of net) CH
Burdick, Arthur J.
I
Washington’s birthday - OHP
-82-
Burgess, Gelett
P,I
Adolphus Elf instone - (A goop who played with matches) GWP
P
At the table - (Table manners) SR3
P,I
Felicia Ropps - (The annoying person who handles things in every
shop she visits) GWP
P,I
"I’d never dare to walk across" - (Nonsense) RS
K,P,I
"My feet they haul me round the house" - (Useful feet) PCH, RS
K,P
My house is made of graham bread" - (Nonsense) RS
P
Purple cow, The - (Nonsense verse) CHR2, CSR5, FH2, HBV, OHBP,
THBP
P,I
"The roof it has a lazy time" - (Nonsense) RS
Burnett, Dana
PI
Song for youth - (Gather beauty for memories) MPB
Burnham, Maud
KP
Barnyard, The - (interdependence of farm animals and farmer)
CCP, PCH, PPAL
KP
Five little fairies, The - (Finger play) CCP, HBV, PCH, PPAL
KP
Pigeons, The - (Pigeons thank one who fed them) PCH, PPAL
Burns, Colette M.
KPI
Breeze - (A mischievous breeze) CCP
I
Why read a book? - (Substitutes in bird nature) UTS
Burns, Minstrel
I
Leader haughs - BPB
Burns, Robert
I
Auld Lang Syne - PP05
I
Bank O'Doon, The - (Lover watches birds and thinks of one who
refused him) BPB, PEC
I
Bannockburn - (Robert Bruce’s address to his army before the
Battle of Bannockburn)
-83Burns, Robert (Cont'd)
I
Captain's lady, The - (Captain's lady's part in life) LC
IP
Child's grace, A - APA, CBOV, CFBP, MPB, PB3, PCH, PP05, PR
I
Chloe - (Description of beauty of a girl at dawn) GN, LC, OTP
I
Cock up your beaver - (Description of friend) LC
P, I
Cornin' through the rye - CSBP
I
Farewell, The - (Farewell to a brave Scottish sailor who lost his
life for his country) BPB, CH, T
I
For a'that and a'that - (A man needs neither money nor position to
be a man) CTBP, HBV, OTP, PEC, PG2
Man’s a man for a'that, A - BBV
I
Hey, the dusty miller - CTBP, LC
I
John Anderson my Jo - (A life-long friend) BFP, TVSH
John Anderson - LC, OTP, PEC
I
My heart's in the highlands - (Love of country) BBV, BFP, C0BV3,
CSBP, FP, GN, GS, LC, OTP, PB4, PG2, PP04, RS, T, TVSH
I
My Jean - (A Scotch lassie) TY
I
My nannie's awa* - (Beauties of nature are reminders of Nannie)
GN, OTP
I
0 Mally's meek, Mally's sweet - (Description of a barefoot girl)
GN, OTP
I
Oh, wert thou in the cauld blast - (A Scottish love song) BPB, GBV
I
Phyllis the fair - (-In praise of) LC
I
Red, red rose, A - (A song of a departing lover) CBOP, LC, RS, TVSH
0, my luv's like a red, red rose - BFP
I
Sweet Afton - (A river in Scotland) PP05
I
There was a lad - (A roving boy) PP05
I
There'll never be peace till Jamie comes hame - BPB
I
Tibbie Dunbar - (invitation) LC
I
To a mountain daisy - BFV, DAD, GN, MPB,
PEC, OTP, PP05
-84-
Burns, Robert (Cont'd)
I
To a mouse - (Burns apologizes to a mouse for disturbing him and
his home while plowing) BBV, HBV, MPB, OTP, PEC
To a field mouse - RGO
I
True unto death - (A lover weeps for her soldier) DAD
I
Up in the morning early - (A cold, snowy winter morning) LC, OTP,
PCH
I
Winsome wee thing, The - (in praise of wife) LC
My wife's a winsome wee thing - BFP
I
Winter - (Storm fits mood) POS
I
Winter night, A - (A winter storm is no more harsh than a man) POS
I
Wounded hare, The - OTP
Burr, Amelia Josephine
PI
"God has a house three streets away" - (The city at night) FP
P
Mother moon - (Child looking at moon imagines it is a mother to
the stars) CCP, PB1, TV, TVSH
P,I
Night magic - (A lie awake time) MPB, SS, TT3
P,I
"Often when awake I lie" - FP
P,I
Rain in the night - CD3, HC1, MPB, SP, SS3, WR3
Burr, Hanford M.
P,I
From around the fire - (Caveman's respect for fire) NS6
Burroughs, John
I
My own shall come to me - PEC
Burt, Emily
K,P
At people's gates - (Sing Christmas carols) N1
Burt, Emily Rose
K,P
Escape, The - (-from a goose) GF
K,P
For April showers - (Rain clothes make April showers fun) GF
Burt, Mary E.
I
Flying squirrel. The - (Antics of a pet squirrel) PEC
Bush, Jocely
K,P
Little red sled. The - PCH, SS2, WR2
Bus on
P, I
Chums - (Japanese poem) - GWP
I
Mists of daybreak - ("Seem to paint— a landscape") MPB
Butler, A. J. (Tr.)
I
Mice - (Mice advised to eat food and leave books alone) RAR
I
Pan - (Nymphs dance to the pipes of Pan) RAR
Butler, George 0.
P
Hallowe'en meeting, A - (Witches are not so bad or their cats and
owls would not love them) PB2
Butler, William Allen
PI
I can - (Workers always say "I can") PB3
Butterworth, Hezekiah
I
Five kernels of corn - (Thanksgiving celebration) DAD
I
Fountain of youth, The - (Ponce de Leon searched Florida for the
fountain of youth) STP
I
Snowbird, The - (Other birds are lovely but the chickadee sings
in the snow) PCH, POS, PR
I
Thanksgiving in Boston Harbour, The - (The first voyage of the
Pilgrims) DAD, OHP
Butts, Mary F.
I
Christmas trees, The - (Trees wish to be Christmas trees) C06, OHP,
PR
KP
Keeping store - (Playing store) GF, PCH, PPAL
P,I
Nature's thoughtfulness - (Making spring garments) PFEM
I
Night - (Night, king of slumberland, has sent for child)
P
Silver boat, The - (Expresses feeling of oneness with children of
other lands) PB2
I
So the snow comes down - (Snow hides ugliness and builds beauty)
POS
PR
Butts, Mary F. (Cont'd)
KP
Sweetest place, The - (Baby has best shelter) PPAL
KP
Trot, trotj - (Nursery game) CCP, HBV
Every evening baby goes - PPAL
KP
Trot, trot, to town - (Playing with baby at bedtime) SSN
K,P,I
Water jewels - (Dewdrops) TV, TVSH
Dewdrops - PB3
P
Wild winds - (’
Wind cannot blow inside the house) OTP, PR
P
Winter night - (Animals and a baby safely sleeping in homes on
a winter night) C0BV1, OTP, PB1, PP)3, RAR
Buxton, Esther W»
K,P
Putting the world to bed - (The snow puts the world to bed) TV,
TVSH
Byers, Samuel H.
I
Song of Sherman's march to the sea - (With army on march) OTP
Sherman's march to the sea - DAD, PAP
Bynner, Witter
I
Farmer remembers Lincoln, A - H
I
Ghosts of Indians - ODP
PI
Kids - (Boys talk while they play in a field) MPB
I
Sandpiper, The - ODP
I
To a Phoebe bird - (Care of baby birds in nest) GR6
Byron, George Gordon Noel Byron, 6 th Baron
I
Destruction of Sennacherib, The - ABVC, BFV, BPB, CBOP, CT, BP,
ECS, GN, ODP, OTP, PEC, PG2, PP06, RGO, STP, T, TVSH
I
Isles of Greece, The - (Changes in history of) OTP, TVSH
Glory that was Greece - CH
I
Stanzas written on the road between Florence and Pisa - (Fame in
old age useless. Approval of a loved one sought) BPB
I
Swimming - (Enjoyment of) GN
I
Twilight - (Thoughts of) POS
-87Byron, George Gordon Noel Byron, (Cont'd)
I
Washington - (The greatest of them all) DAD, OHP
Byron, Mary C. G.
I
Fairy thrall, The - HBV
Byron, Percy Shelley
I
Friendship - (Friendship of man for man) CTBP
Cable, George W.
I
New arrival, The - (Father rejoices in his new baby daughter)
PEC
Caldwell, William W.
I
Robin's come - (Robin's song wakens spring) DAD, HBV
Callanan, Jeremiah John
I
Outlaw of Loch Lene, The - (Sweetheart went to find him) CH
Calvert, George H.
I
Blanker Hill - (Description of battle of Bunker Hill) DAD
Campbell, Edith S.
K,P
Popcorn - SY
Campbell, Jane
I
Song of the dancing waves, The - PFEM
Campbe11, Joan
I
Pools of peace, The - (Sleep) ODP
Campbell, Joseph
I
Go, ploughman, plough - (Life follows) MPB
P,I
I will go with my father a-ploughing - GWP
Campbell, Thomas
I
Battle of the Baltic - (Description of Nelson's victory)
BPB, GN, GS, OTP, T, TVSH
I
Exile of Erin - PG2
-88Campbell, Thomas (Cont'd)
I
Glenara - (Sootch ballad) BFV, LC
I
Hohenlinden - (The battle of) BFV, BPB,
T, TVSH
Battle of Hohenlinden, The - OTP
I
Irish harper and his dog. The - (Blindman misses dead dog)
Poor dog tray - ABVC, LC, TB
I
Last man, The - (Faith of God) BPB
I
Lord Ullin's daughter - (A bride and her lover meet a tragic
death trying to escape from an angry father) BBV, BFV, BPB, CB,
CSBP, GN, GS, HBV, LC, OTP, PEC, PTR6 , STP, T, TB, TVSH
I
Napoleon and the sailor - (Napoleon helped a brave prisoner)
ABVC, STP
I
Parrot, The - (An old parrot died of excitement when again it
heard its native language) LC, OTP, STP
I
Rainbow, (The) - (Description) PEC, POS
I
Soldier's dream, (The) - (Soldier dreamed that hewas
ABVC, BPB
I
Songs Earl March looked on his dying child - (Maiden, dying of
grief for him, was so pale that her lover did not know her) STB
I
Ye mariners of England - BFV, BPB, BVC, CBOP, GN, GS, HBV, LC,
OTP, T, TVSH
CH,EC5, GN, LC,
PEC,
at home)
Campbell, Wilfrid
I
Canadian folk-song - (-of home comforts on a winter's day)
C0BV3, PCH
Campion, Thomas
I
Cherry-ripe - (Beauty of a woman's face) CH
At. unknown - BPB
I
Follow - (Shadow follows sun) CH
I
Hymn in praise of Neptune, A - ODP, TVSH
I
Lamentation, A - (Description of Hally, who is now dead) CH, OHP
PI
Song - (Song of content with simple joys) TVSH
Cane, Melville
PI
Fog, the magician - MSP
PI
Snow toward evening - SUSU
Cannon, Harriet
K,P
Music - (in the world, everywhere)
SY
Canton, William
PI
Bubble-blowing - TB, TVSH
P,I
Carol - (Song of the Christ Child and a Christmas rose)
HBV, OHP
I
Crow, The - T
KP
Rhymes about a little woman - PPAL
P
She was a treasure - (The baby) CBOV, TV, TVSH
Our treasure - TB
P,I
To be rid of care - (Nonsense - Send care to Jer-I-cho)
I
Trafalgar - (A description of an English scene when news came of
the battle of Trafalgar) TVSH
FCP,
TB
Capes, Mollie
PI
Hallowe'en - (What happens on Hallowe'en) MSP
/
Carbery, Ethna
I
Love-talker, The - (A legend of) CH
Carew, Thomas
I
Spring - GN, LC, RS
Now that winter's gone - OTP
Carey, Henry
I
Sally in our alley - RS
Carleton, Will
I
Flash: The fireman’s story - (Flash, an old fire horse,
way to a fire) BBV, PB6
leads the
I
Little black-eyed rebel, The - (A brave girl secretly delivers
letters) TL5, PAP
-90Carlson , Catherine
K»P
Old oak tree, The - (All birds make homes there) SY
Carlyle , Jane Baillie Welsh
I
To a swallow building under our eaves - OTP
Carlyle , Thomas
I
Another blue day - (For use) NA6
I
Sower's song. The - (Planting corn) DAD
PI
Today - (Today is a fresh opportunity but it goes quiokly)
CR5, CSBP, GN, GS, HBV, NC, PB3, PG2, TB, TC5, TVSH, TY
Carman, Bliss
I
April morning, An - (Description) GBV, LC, N4
I
Daisies - C0BV3, CSR6 , PB6 , PP04, T, TSW, TT6
P
Dustman, The - (-brings dreams) C0BV3
I
Malyn's daisy - (The aster in the autumn) T
I
Man of peace - (Abraham Lincoln) H, OHP
P,I
Mr. Moon - (Fairies and elves call Mr. Moon) C0BV2, GWP, MC
I
Puritan captain, The - (Miles Standish) T
PI
Redwing, The - (A herald of spring) PTM
I
Trees - BR6 , OHP, PB5, TC6
I
Vagabond song, A - (Autumn's beauties) FAS5, GBV, GN, MPB, !
Carmer, Carl
PI
Antique shop - (Chair and fan bring memories of an old lady) MSP
I
Cathedral of St. Louis, The - (Beauty of, when Angelus rings) MSP
I
Slave quarter - (Haunting banjo music of slaves long dead) MSP
Carney, Julia Fletcher
PI
Little things - (By the smallness of things we can sense eternity)
HBV
Carpenter, John Alden
I
Contemplation - (Looking at the world from a tree) CHR5, RS
P,I
Plan, A - (A brave adventurer by day returns safe home at night)
RS
I
Spring - (Wanderlust in spring) RS
Carpenter, Rue
K,P
Liar, The - (A greedy boy repents of his own behavior) RS
K,P
Stout - (A stout child bewails his fate) RS
Carr, Robert V.
I
Sleepin* out - (The call of the outdoor life) PB4
Garrick, Alice Van Lear
I
Clock, The - (A friendly clock) NS5
Carroll, Lewis
P,I
Beautiful soup - BNV
I
Bellman’s crew, The - (Strange crew) N6
I
Father William - (Nonsense) CFBP, CBOV, PEC, RS, S6 , TB,TC6 ,
TSW
You are old Father William - BNV, NS6 , T
I
Fury and the mouse - (Nonsense verse) BNV
I
Gardener's song - (Nonsense) OTP
I
He thought he saw - (Nonsense) FP, HBV, TC4
KPI
How doth the little crocodile - (Nonsense) HNV, CCP, MPB
At. Unknown crocodile
I
How to recognize a snark - MPB
KP
Humpty dumpty’s song - (Nonsense verse) SSN
I
Jabberwocky - (Nonsense— A jabberwock was slain) OTP, RAR, RS
I
Kingfisher song, The - (Nonsense verse— The kingfisher courts
lady bird) RS
-92Carroll, Lewis (Cont'd)
PI
Lobster quadrille, (A) - (Nonsense) APA, CBOV, CFBP, PB3, PCH,
PP04, PR, RAR, RS, SSN, TC5, THBP, UTS
Mock-turtle's song, The - TB
T/Hhiting and the snail, The - HBV
Will you walk a little faster - BNV, CCP
I
Looking-glass world (The) - (Nonsense Terse) MC
P
Melancholy pig, The - (Pig wept because he oould not
CBOV, EC2, PPAL, RAR
P
Nonsense verse - (Fl-"He thought he saw a buffalo) NP3
P,I
Queen of hearts, The - (The knave steals the tarts) BNV
I
Song of love, A - (Mother love, friendships and divine love) GN
P,I
Speak roughly to your little boy - (What do do when a boy sneezes nonsense) BNV
I
Strange, wild song, A - (Nonsense) BVC, PB4
P,I
They told me you had been to her - (A play on words - nonsense)
BNV
P,I
Tv/inkle, twinkle little bat - (Nonsense) BNV
PI
Voice of the lobster. The - (Nonsense— A lobster complains.
panther eats with an owl then kills owl) SSN
*Tis the voice of the lobster - BNV
I
Walrus and the carpenter - (Nonsense verse) BVC, C0BV2, FP, GN,
HBV, ODP, OTP, PB5, PP04, PTR6 , S5, SSN, T, TL6 , TV,TVSH, WR5
I
White knights tale, The - (Nonsense verse) RS
jump)
A
Carruth, William Herbert
I
Autumn (Each in his own tongue) - ("Others call it God") MPB
Carryl, Charles Edward
I
My recollectest thoughts - (Nonsense) HBV, NA
I
Nautical ballad, A - (Nonsense about sailing) CFBP, GF, MPB,
OHBP, PB6 , THBP, WP6
At. to unknown - C0BV2
KPI
Plaint of the camel, The - sometimes listed The camel's plaint
(The camel grumbles about his troubles) C0BV2, CHR4, CR6 , HBV,
PTR6 , SP, SS4, T, TC4, THBP, TL5, TT4, UTS
Carryl, Charles Edward (Cont'd)
I
Robinson Crusoe - (Nonsense verse) HBV, MPB, TC6
Robin Crusoe’s story - OHBP, THBP, TSW
KPI
Sir Peter Bombazoo - (Sir Peter captured a pirate to music) THBP
Carryl, Guy Wetmore
I
Ad finem fideles - (in memory of American soldiers who were
killed in Cuba) PAP
I
Embarrassing episode of little Miss Muffet, The - MPB, TS,
I
Ilarmonius heedlessness of little boy blue, The corn while boy played on a horn) MPB
I
How the babes in the wood showed they couldn't be beaten version of "The Babes in the Wood") RS
I
When the great gray ships come in - (The return of the United
States fleet) PAP
TSW
(Cows got in the
(A modern
Carter, Ann A. G.
KPI
Nursery song - (Each mother loves her children best) OTP, PFEM,
PPAL, RAR, SSN
KP
Robin to his mate, The - (Robins build nest and plan for babies)
OTP, PPAL, SSN
Carter, Caroline Elizabeth
K,P
Nursery song - (Animals care for their young) C0BV1, OTP
Carter, Emily
KP
Baby in the basket, The - (Girl on her way to rake hay, carries
baby with her) SSN
Cartwright, William
I
Dead sparrow, The - (Description of pet) CH
Caruthers, Mazie V.
I
His name was Bob - (A pet, mongrel) NP6
Carver, John
I
Nightfall - (Nightfall on a farm) POS
-94Cary, Alioe
I
Autumn - (Days are shorter and colder) POS
P,I
Barbara Blue - (What happened to a greedy woman) BLF
I
Buried gold - (Foolish people look for a pot of gold)
I
Child's wisdom, A - (Love for a dead brother) BLF
P
Christmas story, A - (A forlorn industrious boy was finally made
happy on Christmas by his strict father) BLF
P,I
Dan and Dimple and how they quarreled - BLF
I
Faded leaves - (Autumn) POS
P,I
Fairy folk - BLF, PG1
P,I
Flower spider,
P
Good rule, A -(A blighted apple tree
P,I
Grateful swan,
I
Gray swan (The) - (A sailor returns to his
years) CLP, GN, PB6
I
Her mother - (Description) OHP
P,I
Hide-and-seek - BLF
P,I
Hives and homes - BLF
P,I
Lesson of mercy, A - (Treatment ofanimals)
P
Little children - (A prayer
P
Make-believe - (Children hired out to rake hay waste the day in
play) BLF
I
Nobility - (The honest person is noble) PB5
I
November - (Spring and summer will follow autumn andwinter)
CFBP, PFEM, PP03, TC6 , TY
P,I
Nut hard to crack, A - (Life contains the goodwith the
P,I
Old maxims - ("Hoe your own row") BLF
I
Order for a picture, An - (The wish to live childhood scene in a
picture) BR5, CSR7, EC7, L6 , PB6 , TC6
BLF
The - (A proud spider) BLF
wasrestored)
BLF
The - BLF
motherafter twenty
PG1
for littlechildren) BLF
BLF,
bad) BLF
-95-
Cary, Alice (Cont’d)
P,I
Peter Grey - (An honest, industrious boy) BLF
I
Pictures of memory - (Love of a girl for
P, I
Pig and the hen, The - (They quarreled about nothing) BLF, PG1
P,I
Receipt for an appetite - BLF
I
Sermon for young folks, A - (Work brings
I
Short sermon, A - (Goodness brings its reward) BLF
P,I
Spider and fly - (How the spider entices
P,I
Story of a blackbird - BLF
P,I
Suppose - (Naming of nature’s gifts) BLF, L4, PB-1, PFEM
I
Three bugs. The - (One bug killed the two who would not share with
him) BLF, CFBP
P,I
To a honeybee - BLF
I
To mother fairie - (Trying to adopt a good little fairy) BLF, CFBP,
PB3, PCH, TY
P,I
Waiting for something to turn up - (Work has its own rewards) BLF
P,I
What a bird taught - BLF
I
What to look for - (Look for goodness inothers)
I
Wise fairy, The - (Taught people must spend to some good) BLF
I
Work - (Hard work brings the harvest) PFEM, PG-1, PPO-6
her brother) PP06
its own reward) BLF
the fly) BLF
PB4
Cary, Phoebe
I
Ajax - (A dog) BLF
P,I
Baby’s ring - (Baby lost her ring) BLF
KP
Because she didn't think (One verse taken from"They Didn't
Think") - (A baby turkey who wandered too far met with a tragedy)
PVYC
P
Chicken's mistake, The - (A disobedient chicken) BLF, PFEM, PG-1
P,I
Crow's children, The - (The crow's children got into the farmer's
c o m field) BLF, CLP
-96Cary, Phoebe
I
Dappledun - (A greedy horse) BLF
PI
Don't give up - (No matter how difficult the task, don't give
up) BLF, L4, PB4, PCH, PG1, PP03, TL5, TY
I
Earth to earth - (Earth, take the body of a mortal) TVSH
I
Easy lessons - (Nature's lessons) BLF
PI
Effie's reasons - (Effie loves all her brothers) BLF
PI
Envious wren, The - BLF
I
Feathers - (Fine feathers do not make fine birds) BLF
*
•
PI
Good little sister. The - (Making a sister happy at Christmas)
BLF
I
Griselda goose - (A vain goose) BLF
I
Happy little wife, The - (The foolishhusband
I
John Greenleaf Whittier - (Whittier spoke for the people) DAD
I
Keep a stiff upper lip - BLF
PI
Leak in the dike, The - OTP, PB5, PP04, STP, TC5, TL6
PI
Legend of the northland - (The origin of the woodpeoker)
BLF, HBV, OTP, PB3, PP04, RS
PI
Little Gottlieb - (A Christmas story)TV, TVSH
I
Nora’s charm - (A charm worked against abad fairy) BLF
PI
Now - (Do the thing which has to be done
PI
Obedience - BLF, PCH, PG1
I
Our heroes - (Boys who do well everyday tasks) TC4
I
Our homestead - CLP
I
Prairie on fire, The - (A braveboy saves
I
Ready - (A brave negro gave his
PI
Robin’s nest, The - BLF
PI
Suppose - (Do your best always)
and wife) BLF
now) BLF
hisfamily) BLF, L5
life forothers)
BLF, PB4
PAP
1
o>
1
Cary, Phoebe (Cont’d)
PI
They didn’t think - (A little robin and a little turkey refused
adult advice and met with a dire end) BFL, PBS, PG1
Naughty little robin, The - FVYC
PI
Three bugs - (A lesson in sharing) PG1
I
What the frogs sing - BLF
Cather, Willa
I
Spanish Johnny - (Was hard until he sang with his mandolin) MPB
Cawein, Madison
I
March - ODP
PI
Morning-glories - (Fairies bath) BR5, ODP
I
Old home, The - (The call of the old home) PP06
PI
Old man rain - (At the window pane) FH5, GWP, ODP
PI
Owlet, The - (Who-o-o) C0BV3
PI
Song of the elf - (His life) C0BV3
I
Twilight, The - (How twilight comes) C0BV2
C •, G*
KP
Calling them up - (The rain called the spring flowers) FVYC
Chadwick, John W.
I
King Edwin's feast - (A sparrow at a feast made the guests think
of their own destinies) OTP, STP
Chaffee, Eleanor
KP
Cobbler, The - GWP
I
On the hemp plantation - (Work in the fields - Philippine folk­
song) UA5
Chalkhill, John
I
Praise of a countryman’s life, The - ABVC
Chalmers , Patrick R.
PI
If I had a broomstick - (A crippled child wishes to ride over
the world) PB-2, TV, TVSH
-98Chalmers, Patrick R. (Cont'd)
I
Visitor, The - (A faun) HBV
Channing, Grace Ellery
I
Any woman to a soldier - (Upon a soldier leaving for war) PAP
Chapman, Arthur
I
Rangers life, The - (Description) FH6
Chappie, Bennett
I
Great Oak - (Abraham Lincoln was the great oak of our nation) H
Charles I
I
On a quiet conscience - (Sleep well) CH
Charles of Orleans, Comte d'Angouleme
I
Spring - (Time has change in garments) DAD
Chatterton, Thomas
I
0 sing unto my roundelay - (Lover is dead) CH
Chaucer, Geoffrey
I
And as for me - (Daisies in May) CII
I
Queen Alcestis
and the God
of love -(Description)
LC
Cheney, John Vance
I
Lincoln - (Lincoln filled his country's need) OHP
I
Music of nature, The - POS
I
Seasons, The - (Changing of) DAD
I
Snowflakes - (Reminders of flowers) POS
I
To a humming bird - POS
FI
Weeds and flowers - (Elements care for weeds andflowers) DAD
Cherry, Andrew
PI
Green little shamrock of Ireland, The - (Story of)
MPB
I
Shamrock, The - (The shamrock, a symbol ofIrishunity) H
-99Chest erman, Hugh
KP
Coal man, The - GF
Chesterton, Gilbert Keith
KPI
Christmas carol, A - CCP, FCP, GWP, HBV, ODP, OHP, SUSU
Cheyney, Gertrude Louise
KP
About boats - SY
PI
Drowsyheads - SY
Child, Lydia M»
I
Apple-seed, John - (A man who wished to serve mankind scattered
apple seeds over the prairies where now grow many apple trees)
CZ4, OHP, OTP, PB4, STP
KPI
If ever I see - (Bird’s nests must be left alone) PFEM, PGI, PPAL
P
Little maiden and the bird, The - (The bird preferred its freedom
to a playmate) CLP, C0BV1, GS
PI
Thanksgiving Day - (On the way (in a cutter) to grandmother's)
CBOV, CFBP, CLP, C0BV1, DAD, EC3, FAS4, GF, GR, H, MPB, OHP, OTP,
PB3, PCH, PFEM, PGI, PP03, PP04, SSN, TL5, TY
KP
Who stole the bird’s nest? - (Bird asks other birds and animals
who stole her nest - the little boy is ashamed to tell) CB0V1,
CFBP, CLP, GS, OTP, PB2, PFEM, PGI, PR, SSN, TB, WR3
Childress, W. L.
I
Beautiful world, The - (Thanksgiving for blessings) OHP
Chilman, Eric
I
Beautiful land, The - (Home) TVSH
Chipp, Elinor
PI
Wild geese - (Wild geese flying north) MPB
Chorley, Henry Bothergill
I
Brave old oak, The - (An oak sees generations pass) BAD
Christopher, Robin
KP
Dimple diggers - (How did I get dimples?) RS
-100Christopher, Robin (Cont'd)
KP
Hide-and-seek - RS
I
One, two, three - (Out of the night comes dawn) CHR4, RS
PI
Rain - RS
PI
Storm - CHR5, RS
Chute, Marchette Gaylord
KPI
Dreams - (Child dreams adventures) THBP
KP
Fairies - (Only good children see fairies) MSP
P
Farmers - (Because farmers have animals, child would like to be
a farmer) GCB2
KP
Growing up - THBP
KP
My dog - (Mischievous) MSP
KP
Undersea - (The mermaids teach dancing to sea creatures at
swimming school) THBP
Cibber, Colley
I
Blind boy, The - (Happiness of)
Clapp, Mary Brennan
KP
At Christmas time - (Santa Claus trims thetree) GF
Clare, John
I
Autumn - (Prescription of) PCH
I
Bonny lassie OJ - (Meeting in the evening) CH
I
Gypsies - (Description) CH
I
July - (Sounds of a July day) POS
I
Little trotty wagtail - (A wagtail went out in the rain)
APA, GR6, PCH, RS
I
My early home - OTP
I
Thrush's nest, The - (Enjoyment of a thrush family) LC, PAD
I
To a primrose - (A spring harbinger) OTP
-101Clark, Luella
I
Little by little - (The way things have evolved) PFEM
Clark, Martha Haskell
I
Hurdy-gurdy days - (Spring is in the air) MPB, NW5, PB5
Clark, Mattie A. W.
PI
At sunset - (Grandfather and baby watch a summer sunset) PFEM
Clark, Stella
KP
Easter - (Christ rose on Easter) FVYC
Clark, Thomas Curtis
I
Abraham Lincoln, the master - (Lincoln held the nation together)
OHP
I
Lincoln - (Characterization of Abraham Lincoln) - H
I
Prophet (The) - (Theodore Roosevelt) H
Clarke, Ednah Proctor
I
Jacqueminot roses -
(Description) POS
Clarke, Frances
PI
Who calls? - (Spring calls the children out to enjoy a spring
night) CCP, H, MC, PB6, TSW
Clarke, James Freeman (tr)
I
Spring song, A - POS
Clay, Katharine B.
PI
Christmas child, The - PCH
Cle&veland, C. L.
I
November - (Dreariness outdoors but warmth within) DAD
Cleeland, Anne Moen
I
Sea maid's song (The) - PB-4
Cleland , William
I
Hallo my fancy - CH
Clough, Arthur Hugh
I
Columbus - (Why did Columbus sail?) BR6, TC6
I
'Where lies the land? - (Seamen know little of the land)
CTBP, GN, LC, TVSH
Coates, Florence Earle
I
Hero, A - (He faced sadness and defeat but continued to fight
for a vision) OHP
I
His face - (A war prisoner from the south describes Lincoln) OHP
I
Pilgrim song - (Written in memory of the Pilgrims) OHP
I
Requiem for a young soldier - (Soldier may rest in peace) OHP
Coatsworth,
Elizabeth
PI
Bad kittens, The - (Kittens under a spell) MPB, MSP, PT
PI
Barn, The - (Farm animals tell the Christmas story) UTS
I
By the fire - (Enjoyment of) CB05
I
Calendar - (Contribution of each month) CB05
PI
Christmas carol - PT
I
Deserted farm, The - (Left to the deer and the doe) CB06
PI
Garden rhyme - (The continuity of life and
P
"Kitty, kitty" - RS
IP
Mouse, The - (Mouse complains that food is too well protected)
MSP, RS, SUSU, UTS
PI
Rabbits' song outside the tavery, The - (Rabbits watch the
inhabitants of a lighted house but do not envy them) SUSU
Song of the rabbits outside a tavern - RS
KP
Rain song - (Enjoyment of thunder shower) CB02
PI
Shore song - (The life of the sea-gull) PT, WR5
PI
Sitting here - (Child thinks of animals in foreign lands)
CHR5, UTS
I
Song of the camels - RS
of nature) PT
Coatsworth, Elizabeth (Cont'd)
I
Swift and slow - (Beauty of speed and slow motion) CU5
P
"The dog barks" - (Animals) RS
PI
To think - (Groceries are reminders of the countries
they come) EC5, MPB, NA4
Counters - GWP, SUSU
PI
Winter rune - (Riddle of snow) SUSU
P
"You play a fife"
from which
- (Nonsense) RS
Cooke, Zitella
I
Greek mother's lullaby - POS
Coffin, Robert P, Tristram
PI
Ship o'bed, The -
(Bed becomes a ship) TSW
KP
Young calves, The - THBP
Cole, Charlotte Pruitt
PI
Christmas Eve - (Even the stars sing on Christmas Eve) FCP
KPI
Garden path, The - (Flowers for some, fairies for others) GF
KP
Spider's web, The - (Spinning a fairy cloak) GF
Cole, Samuel Valentine
I
Abraham Lincoln - (Lincoln was great and good) OHP
I
Trees, The - (Trees seem to have a kinship with people) OHP
Coleridge, Hartley
I
Angel of the rose, The - (Why a maiden's cheek has a
TB
rosy glow)
I
Eye-bright - (Euphrasy was used of yore to brighten eyes) TB
I
Gentianella, The - TB
I
Lark and the nightingale, The - OTP
I
November - (Description) LC
I
To certain goldfishes - (Description) NA6
-104Coleridge, Mary
I
Deserted house, The - (Description) CH
I
Egypt's might is tumbled down - (But children dream on) CH
I
Hugenot, A - (Reaction of a Huguenot in battle when his side
greatly outnumbered) TVSH
I
In dispraise of the moon - CH
I
L'oiseau bleu - (A blue bird flew over a bluelake under a blue
sky) CH
I
On welcome - (A man and a woman) CH
I
Whither away - (He leaves her) CH
was
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
I
Answer to a child’s question, An - (A bird sings of love) BVC,
CBOV, HBV, LC, OTP, PGI, PR, RAR, TB, TV, TY, UTS
What the birds say - ABVC, CBOP
I
Boy in the wilderness, The - (Boy, dressed in leaves, picked
fruit, at night) OTP
Child in the wilderness, The - LC
Fruit plucker, The - CH
PI
If I had but two little wings - (Wish to be with someone so great
that it is accomplished in dreams) CBOV, CH, OHP, OTP, PEC
I
Knight's tomb, The - EC6, GN
I
0, lift one thought - (Pray for one dead and for yourself) CH
I
Song of Illyrian peasants - (Shepherds hunt wolves)
Hunting song - CFBP, LC, PR
Up, up, ye dames and lasses gayj - FP, TOP
I
Youth and age - (Only the body lags) TVSH
C0BV3
Coleridge, Sara
PI
Months, The - (Each month brings its own gifts) CBOP, CCP, DL3,
OTP, RS, TB
Garden year, The - HBV, MPB, PB4, PCH, PP04, RAR
PI
Trees - (Comparison) CBOV, MPB, OHP, PCH, RAR, TV
Colesworthy, Daniel Clement
I
Don't kill the birds - PFEM, PGI, TC4
Colesworthy, Daniel Clement (Cont'd)
PI
Trifles - (Raindrops and light rays are more than trifles) PFEM
Collat, Ruth
KPI
Questions - ("Why are animals at the zoo so queer and am I queer
to them?) CD3, MC
Collier, Thomas Stephens
I
In summer-time - (Summer time on a farm) POS
Collins, Mortimer
I
First of April, The - (An impractical fool enjoys it)
I
My thrush - OTP
I
Rain in September - POS
DAD
Collins, William
I
Dirge - (At a grave) TVSH
I
How sleep the brave - (The soldier dead) BFV, CBOP,C0BV3, DAD,
EC5, GN, GS, H, HBV, LC, ODP, OTP, PEC
Ode, An - CTBP, GS
Ode written in 1746 - TVSH
Ode written in MDCCXLVI - BPB, T
I
Milly Maguire at Monmouth - (Took her dead husband's place at the
cannon) OTP, PAP
I
Sleep of the brave, The - (Soldiers) OHP
Collyer, Robert
I
Saxon grit - OTP
Colman, George
I
Sir Marmaduke - (Sir Marmaduke was a good knight) CTBP
Colton, Arthur
I
Victory - (June proclaimed
victor of struggle of seasons) DAD
Colum, Padriac
KP
Ballad of Downal Baun, The
- (Clouds rock the moon-cradle) SUSU
-106Colum, Padriac (Cont'd)
PI
I saw the wind today - (The wind is like a
horse) SUSU
I
Interior
I
Old woman of the roads, An - (A prayer for a house) CH, FH5, GWP,
LC, MPB, PB4, SP, TVSH
I
Sea bird to the wave, The - SUSU
I
Terrible robber men, The - FP, RGO
- (Mother idea) NA6, OHBP, THBP,TSW
Comstock, Enos
I
Road to fame - (Life offers many opportunities - each individual
makes the ohoice) MW6
Cone, Helen Gray
I
Dandelions, The - (Young soldiers marching - veterans talking)
DAD, EG6, GF, ODP, PR, TC6, TY
PI
Winged seeds - PFEM
PI
Yellow pansy - (A weary butterfly becomes apansy)
GF
Conkling, Grace
I
PI
After sunset - (Beauty and endurance of hills) NA6
Goatherd, The - (A goatherd with a thousand goats) GWP
PI
Pablo - (A picturesque servant) GWP
KPI
Snail, The - (A snail does not heed advice)SUSU, UTS
I
Whole duty of Berkshire brooks, The - (Tomakebeauty and
happiness) LC
Conkling, Hilda
PI
About animals - (Dogs) SH, SW, UTS
Conkling, Hilda
P
About my dreams - PBL, SH
I
Adventure - (Child feels the urge of adventure) MG, PBL, SH
PI
Apple-jelly-fish-tree (The) - (Nonsense about a tree in the
depths of the sea) PBL, SH
-107Conkling, Hilda
PI
Appleblossom town - SH, SW
PI
April is coming - SW
I
April with veiled arms - SW
PI
Arbutus-ing - SW
PI
August afternoon - ODP, SH, SW
PI
Autumn blue mist - SH, SW
P
Autumn song - (A magic ring of autumnleaves) PBL, SH
PI
Barberry - (A horse the color ofbarberryleaves) SH, SW
PI
Bare butternut tree - SW
PI
Bed-time - ODP, SW
I
Big dipper - SH, SW
PI
Bird of paradise - (The
KP
"Blossoms in the growing tree"
PI
Blue and gold - (The blue of the sky and the gold of sunset) SW
PI
Bluebell ring - SH, SW
PI
Bluebird - (Sing a song aboutthe
autumn) GF, PBL, SW
PI
Blue grass - PBL
PI
Blue jay - ODP, SH, SW
PI
Books - H, SW
PI
Brook - SW
PI
Brook and its children (The) - (Where are the stones, your
children?) PBL
PI
Bulbs - SW
PI
Butterfly - (F. L. "A s I walked through my garden) PBL, SH
KP
Butterfly - (Butterfly, I like the way you wear your wings) CZ3,
FH3, PBL, S4, SH, TV, TVSH
songof
a bird ofparadise) PBL, SH
- (A growing child) PBL
places to
whichyou fly in the
-108Conkling, Hilda (Cont'd)
PI
Butterfly adventure - SH, SW
PI
Butterfly in a wind - SH, SW
PI
By Lake Champlain - PBL
PI
Carrier pigeons - SW
PI
Celler, (The) PCH, SW
P
Champlain sandman, (The) PBL, SH
PI
Cherries are ripe - PBL
PI
Cherry blossoms - SH, SW
PI
Chickadee - OHBP, PBL, RAR, SH, THBP, TT5, TSW
PI
Chinese silk - (An imaginary ship with silken sails) SH, SW
PI
Chrysanthemums - SW
I
Clarke farm - SH, SW
I
Cliffacre - (An imaginary home) SH, SW
PI
Clouds - PBL
PI
Cloudy pansy - (Like a gypsy) SH, SW
PI
Copper bowl - (The earth is like a copper bowl) SH, SW
PI
Costume - (Dressing up) SH, SW
PI
Cosy song - SH, SW
I
Crystal cave - (Bermuda) SW
PI
Daisies - GR5, SH, SW
PI
Dandelion - CSR2, GF, MPB, PBL, SH, TSW, TV, TVSH
I
Deserted house - SH, SW
PI
Dew-light, The - (The song the dewman sings) CSR5, NA6, PBL,
FVYC, SH
PI
Dragon box - (A place for a child's treasures) SW
PI
Dragon fly - SH, SW
Conkling, Hilda (Cont’d)
P
Dream, (The) - (Fairies dancing) PBL
I
Dreaming of dreams - SW
I
Dreams - SW
PI
Drowsy island - SW
I
Dryad - SH, SW
PI
Dying river - (Water cycle) SW
PI
Eagle on the mountain crest - SH, SW
KPI
Easter - H, PBL, SR3
PI
Edge of morning - SH, SW
PI
Elsa - (A sister) SH, SW
PI
Envoy - (Happiness) PBL, SH
P
Evening - PBL
PI
Evening river - SW
PI
Exiled primroses - SW
KP
Fairies - (Child sees fairies in her dreams) GBV, MC, PBL, SP
PI
Fairies again - CSR2
PI
Ferns - PBL
PI
Field mouse - SH, SW
PI
Field of wonder, (The) -(Walking
I
Flitting wave - SW
PI
For you, mother - (Amother'sunderstanding of her
PI
Fountain talk - PBL
I
Garden, (The) SW
PI
Garden of the world - (The garden of the world includes all
nature) PBL
PI
Geography - NA.5, PBL, SH
in thefields) PBL
child) H, PBL
-110Conkling, Hilda (Cont1d )
PI
Geranium people - SW
KPI
Gift - (Gifts for mother) PBL
PI
Gold fish - SH, SW
PI
Gold-fish bowl - SH, SW
PI
Golden pear tree - SH, SW
PI
Golden wave - (Sunset) SW
PI
Gorgeous blue mountain - PBL
PI
Green palm tree (The) - (Thoughts of different lands) PBL, SH
PI
Hay-cock - (Bees made honey from the clover in thehay-cock)
LC, PBL, SH
I
Hermit thrush - SW
PI
Hills - GBV, ODP, PBL, PCH, SH
PI
Hill song - (A walk through thehills)
PI
Holland song - (For a Dutch picture) PBL, SH
PI
Honey - (How honey is made) SW
PI
Horse-chestnut cottage - SW
PI
SH,
SW
Humming-bird - (How can a humming-bird stand in midair?) CSR3, MC,
PBL, S5, SH
PI
Hyacinth - SW
PI
I am - (A game of beautiful things of nature) PBL
PI
I keep wondering - (Where do all the beautiful things in the world
come from?) SH, SW
PI
I live in a cottage - SH, SW
I
I shall come back - (Love of adventure) SH, SW
I
I thought - (Wandering thoughts) SW
PI
I was thinking - (Children need homelove)
PI
I went to sea - (Seeing the depths ofthe sea thru a glass
bottomed boat) NA4, PBL, SH
SW
-111Conkling, Hilda (Cont'd)
KP
"I will sing you a song" - (Joy and child love) PBL
PI
"I won't tell you the name of this one" - (The wind) SW
PI
If I could tell you the way - (To fairyland) PBL
KP
"If I find a moon" - (How songs are made) PBL
PI
Iris - SH, SW
PI
Japanese picture - SW
I
Jasmine in spring's hair - SW
I
Jeanne D'Arc - SH, SW
PI
Joy - SW
PI
June day - (June thoughts in a swing under an apple tree) SW
I
Key to my mind, (The) - (Realization of self) SW
PI
Lake, (The) SW
P
Land of nod - PBL
PI
Leaves - (Leaves touched by frost) SW
KPI
Lilac bush - (The lilac is a smiling princess) PVYC, SH, SW
I
Lilacs - SW
PI
Little green Bermuda poem - SH, SW
PI
Little old woman - (A child describes self knitting) SH, SW
PI
Little papoose - GCB3, GWP, PBL, TT5, SH
PI
Little snail, The - (Snails wear umbrellas) CU3, CSR2, FH3, FS3,
GF, GR3, MPB, PB2, PBL, RAR, S4, SH, TV, TVSH, UTS
PI
Locust tree in bloom - SH, SW
I
Lonely song - (Wandering thoughts) SW
PI
Lonesome green apple, (The) - (An apple that lasted thru the
winter until the buds came in the apple tree) PBL, SH
I
Loveliness - (Remembering brings back loveliness) SW
PI
Lustre cup - (A blue teacup) SH, SW
-112Conkling,- Hilda (Cont'd)
I
Magnolia - SH, SW
I
March sunset - SH, SW
PI
March thought - (Waiting for the return of birds and
PI
Marigold - SW
P
Mary Cobweb - (An imaginary person) SH, SW
PI
May basket - HC3, SH, SW
I
Memory, A - SW
I
Mermaid - SH, SW
PI
Message for a sick friend - SW
PI
Milky way, (The) SH, SW
PI
Moccasin flower - (Brown veery visits the moccasin flower) SW
PI
Moon doves - (The stars are the moon's doves)
PI
Moon in October - SH, SW
KP
Moon song - PBL, SH, SP
PI
Moon thought - (Moon isthinking of the silver river) PBL
PI
Moonbeam - (Moonbeams caught in a spider web) ODP, SH, SW
KPI
Morning - (Child enjoys some particular outdoor spot at each part
of day) NA4, PBL, SH, THBP
PI
Moss - SW
P
Moth - SW
KP
Mouse - (Who takes care
PI
Mushroom song - PBL, SH
PI
Music - (The things which help one to think music) H, MPB, SW
I
My mind and
PI
Narcissus
PI
Nature - (Nobody knows the secrets of nature) SW
flowers) PBL
PBL, SH
of a baby mouse?) PBL, SH, THBP, WP3
I - SW
-PBL
-113Conkllng, Hilda (Cont’d)
PI
Never-known - (imagining a never-known land) SH, SW
PI
Night goes rushing by - PBL
PI
Night is forgotten - SW
PI
Nine - (How one becomes nine years of age) SW
PI
Oh, my hazel-eyed mother - PBL
KP
"Oh wrinkling star, wrinkling up so wise" - (Do sleeping stars
shut their eyes) PBL
PI
Old brass pot, The - (A gift from a fairy) SH, SW, WP2
PI
Old bridge, (The) MPB, PBL, SH, SP
PI
Old people singing - (What songs do old people
PI
Only morning glory that flowered - GR3, PBL, SH
PI
Orchid lady - GR3, SH, SW
I
Orion - SH, SW
PI
Palm trees - (The shadows of elm boughs look like palm trees)
SH, SW
I
Peace-of-our-own - (Creating poems) SW
PI
Peacock feathers - (Peacock feathers grow on
fairyland) PBL, SH
PI
Pegasus - PBL, SH
PI
Peony - SH, SW
I
Pigeons just awake - SH, SH, SW
PI
Pine cone - SH, SW
I
Pine tree - SW
PI
Pink rose-petals - (Doves and rose petals talk the same language)
PBL
PI
Poems - (Creating poetry) SW, SH, SY
PI
Poems - (Reading poems on a winter day) PBL,
PI
Poplars - PBL
sing?) SW
the trees in
SH
-114-
Conkling, Hilda (Cont•d)
P
Poppy - PBL
PI
Poppy’s sleepy shell - (Poppy pollen put tired fairies to sleep)
SW
PI
Purple asters - PBL
PI
Rambler rose - PBL
P
Red cross song - PBL
KPI
Red rooster - CCP, PBL, S6, SH, TSV
PI
River - SW
PI
Rose thistle - (A thistle
KP
Rose-moss - GR3, PBL, SH
PI
Rose-petal - PBL
KP
"Rosy plum tree, think of
I
Sea is gray, (The) SW
PI
Sea-gull - PBL
I
Shadows - SW
PI
Shady
bronn - (Wanderingthoughts)
PI
Shiny
brook - PBL, SH
P
Short
story - (Findinggold
PI
Silverhorn - (A swift deer) PBL,
PI
Snow flake song - PBL
I
Snow morning - SH, SW
PI
Snow storm - PBL
PI
Snow-capped mountains - PBL, SH
PI
Song - (Scarlet birds and apple-tree boughs) PBL, SH
PI
Song, (The) - (A pine tree song)
PI
Song for a play - (Creative - dramatization) PBL
has many uses) SH, SW
me" - (Plum tree in spring) PBL
PBL
hidden by a wicked queen) PBL
SH
SW
-115Conkling, Hilda (Cont’d)
I
Song for morning - ODP, SW
PI
Song nets - (Catching songs in a song net) SW
I
South wind - SW
KP
"Sparkle up, little tired
PI
Sparkling drop of water - (Water cycle) PBL
PI
Spring song - GBV, H, MPB, PBL, TSV
PI
Spring talk - (All nature welcomes spring) SW
PI
Summer-day song - (Joy on a summer day) PBL,
KPI
Sun flowers - PBL, SH
I
Sunbeams - (Sunbeams remember many things ofthe past)
PI
Sunset - PBL
KP
"The blossoms will be gone in the winter" - (Apple cycle) PBL,
KP
"The garden is full of flowers" - (Nonsense - apun on flower
names) PBL
KP
"The red moon comes out in the night" - (The moon)
PI
Theatre-songs - (Memories of the outdoor world) PBL, SH
KP
"There is going to be the sound of bells" - (A brook song) PBL
KP
"There's dozens full of dandelions" - (The fairies
dandelion) PBL
PI
Thing forgotten, A - (Own and bat) PBL, SH
I
This day - (A beautiful day) SW
PI
This is a dream - SW
PI
This is about mountains - (Good times in the mountains)
PI
Thoughts - (Thoughts on a river bank) PBL, SW
I
Three hyacinths - (in the blue Chinese jar) SH, SW
PI
Three loves - (Fanciful) PBL
PI
Three thoughts of my heart - (What would you do if youwere
cloud, a bird or a flower?) PBL
flower" - (A little tired flower) PBL
SH
SW
PBL
know every
SW
a
SH
-116Conkling, Hilda (Cont'd)
PI
Throiigh the rainbow - (An inspiration forcreative song)
PI
Thunder mist -
SH, SW
(An August storm) SH, SW
PI
Thunder shower - PBL
I
Time - (Time is like a harp) SH, SW
PI
To a black pansy - SH, SW
PI
To a mother - SW
I
Today I saw - (Rain on the river) SH, SW
PI
Tower and the Falcon (The) - (A story of a tower in London) PBL
PI
Treasure - (Robbers hide a treasure) PBL
PI
Trees - SW
KP
Tree-toad - (Tree-toad sings child to sleep) GBV, MC, PB3, PBL,
RGO, SH
I
Up and down - (Mountains and boulders) SW
KPI
Velvets - (By a bed
PI
Venice bridge - PBL, SH
I
Vermont hills - SH,
I
Volcano - SH, SW
PI
Waking the moths - SW
PI
Water - (What is water?) LC, PBL, SH, SY
PI
Wave (The) SW
PI
Weather - PBL
PI
Weaving laurel
PI
Weeping willow - SW
of pansies) PBL, SH
SW
dance - (A child dancing amonglaurel) SH, SW
I
Western horizon - (Thoughts on the seashore) SW
PI
Wet day - SH, SW
I
What I said - SW
-117Conkling, Hilda (Cont'd)
I
When moonlight
SH, SW
falls - (Thoughts which cannot be put into words)
PI
White-capped lake - SW
PI
White cloud, (The) PBL, SH
I
Who? - (Anemones) SH, SW
PI
Wild canary - SW
I
Wild tulip - SH, SW
KP
"Will you loveme tomorrow after next" - (Child's need for love)
PBL
PI
Winter night - SW
PI
Wishes - (Wishes are secret things) SW
PI
Wood dove -
PI
Wreck - (Ship on ocean bottom)
PI
Yellow summer-throat - PBL, SH
SW
SH, SW
Constable, Henry
I
Damelus' song to his flock - (Assurance of
I
Diaphenia - (Expression of love) CH, LC
care) LC
Converse, Florence
I
My treasures -
(Sun, moon and stars) NA5
PI
Rune of riches - (The sky holds riches for everyone) MC, SUSU
Cook, Eliza
I
A. B. C. - (Difficulty in learning A, B, C's) OTP
P
Birds - (Appreciation of) FAS4
I
Christmas holly, The - (Song of Christmas holly)
PI
Death of Master Tommy Rook - ABVC, GS, OTP
I
Holly, The - (Christmas holly) POS
I
Home for the holidays - (Home from school for Christmas) GS
PR
-118Cook, Eliza (Cont'd)
I
King Bruce and the spider - (A spider gave King Bruce courage to
return to battle and win) ABVC, CU6, OTP, PB3, TC5
Try again - GS
p
Mouse and the cake, The - (A greedy mouse) GS, OTP
I
Old arm-chair, The - (That belonged to mother)
PI
Old dobbin - CLP
I
Old pincher - (A pet dog) BVC
I
Star in the west, A - (Washington led the way to freedom) DAD
Cook, Harold Lewis
I
Weaving, The - (Shadows in the moonlight) MSP
Cooke, Rose Terry
I
Our dead heroes - (World War dead shall not be forgotten) H
Coolidge, Susan
I
Bind-weed - (Description of beauty) GN, OTP
PI
Child's thought of harvest - (Comparison of spring and fall) OHP
PKI
How the leaves came down - (-In autumn) CCP, C0BV2, HBV, MPB, OTP
PB3, PEC, PFEM, PG1, PR, TV
I
Little Christmas tree, The - (Tiny fir chosen for baby) DAD, POS
I
Slow and sure - (Growth of the soul is like growth of a tide) POS
PI
Time to go - (Bedtime for the flowers) GN, T
I
Work - (All kinds of equal importance) FAS5
Cooper , Anne
KP
Tragedy (The) - (Dandelion’s hair turned white) FVYC
Cooper , George
KP
Babyland - (What happens in babyland) HBV, OTP, PPAL
PI
Bob White - HBV, MPB, PB2, POS
PI
Christmas bells - H
-119Cooper,
George (Cont'd)
KPI
Come little leaves (Autumn
OTP, PB3, PCH, PPAL,
RS
Autumn leaves - PFEM
Wind and the leaves, The
wind calls the leaves) CCP, MPB,
PI
Frogs at school - EC2, GF, LR2, PB1, WR4
Twenty froggies - CCP, OTP, PCH, PPAL, OTS
I
Little leaves, The - (Leaves in autumn) PFEM
KPI
Mother - PCH
I
New year, The - (Hopes for) DAD
PI
October's party - (The leaves attend) CCP, HBV, LR2, OTP, PB3,
PP03, RS, TL4
At. Unknown - PFEM
PI
Only one mother - GCB05, LR5, MPB, PB1
Our mother - FAS6
I
Summer day, A - PG1
KP
What robin told - (How robins build and hidetheir nests) GF, MPB,
PB2
Robin's nest, The - FVYC
I
Winter birds - (Winter birds are cheerful) POS
PI
Wonderful weaver. The - (Frost isa wonderful weaver)
TL4
PB3, PP04,
Coplen, Grace Wilson
KP
Fireflies - (Child chases fireflies) GF, UTS
KP
My swinging shadow - GF
Coppard, A. E.
PI
Forester's song - (Song of trees and wild life) MPB
Corbell, E. T.
KPI
Frog's singing school, The - (Description of a singing class
with puns on the frog's oroak) MC
PI
Three wise old women - (Nonsense verse) MC
-120Corbet, Richard
I
Farewell to the fairies - CBOP, BNV, HBV
Cornfo rd, Franoe s
I
At night - (Dogs barking at night) PB-6, TC5, TSW
PI
Little dog, The - RS
I
Wasted day, A - TSW
Cornish, William
I
Pleasure it is - (Thank God for nature’sbeauty) CH
Cornwall, Barry, pseud.
See Procter,
Bryant
Cortissoz, Ellen MacKay Hutchinson
I
April fantasia - (April is fickle) DAD
Cory, William
I
Ballad for a boy, A - (An English boat defeated by the French)
ABVC, TB
PI
Catching fairies - (How to catch fairies) TB
Coster, Joan
PI
My lady - (Description of a pheasant) APA
Cotter, Joseph C. Jr.
I
Rain music - (Calling life anew in spring) PCH
Cotterell, George
I
Crocuses - (A herald of spring) T
Cotton, Charles
I
Bee, the ant, and the sparrow, The - RS
Courthope, William John
I
Trail of the bird, The - (Birds have taught mein manyuseful
things) HBV
Covey, Leona
KP
Easter surprise, An - (Flowers like a sprinkler spray)
GF
-121Cowdrey, Cecil
P
Song of the frog, The - (Frog sang for birds) CB03
Cowley, Abraham
I
Grasshopper, The - HBV, LC, OTP
I
Thirsty earth soaks up the rain, The - LC
Cowper, William
I
Boadicea - (Druid prophesied ruin for Rome and greatness for
Britain) BPB, OTP
I
Chaffinch’s nest at sea, The - OTP
I
Colubriad (The) - (Man killed a snake) ABVC, BFV, OTP
I
Cottager and his landlord - (A greedy landlord destroyed the
source of tribute which paid the cottager's rent) OTP
I
Cricket, The - (Cricket sings on the hearth) ABVC, HBV, LC, OTP,
PFEM, PG-1
I
Dispute between nose and eyes - (Nonsense - about spectacles)
OTP
Nose and eyes, The - CB, MPB
Report of an adjudged case - ABVC, PBS
I
Dog and the water-lily, The - (Dog got lily for master) BPB
I
Epitaph on a hare - (Rabbit) BFV, BPB, BVC, CB,
I
Faithful bird (The) - (Although bird escaped
another bird) ABVC, LC
I
Freeman, The - (Better to be a slave than to make one) DAD
I
Jackdaw (The) - (Jackdaw perches on church steeple) ABVC, HBV,
OTP
I
John Gilpin - (Nonsense poem about a ride) BPB, CLP, PP05, STP, T
Diverting history of John Gilpin - BVC, GN, GS, HBV, OTP, PBN1,
RS, STP, TB, TV
John Gilpin's ride - BBV, CSBP, PB5
I
Narcissus - (-and a wild rose) OTP
I
Nightingale and the glowworm, The - LC, OTP,PEC, POS, PP05,
I
On a spaniel - BPB, LC, OTP, PR, T
HBV, RGO, TB
it would not leave
RS
Cowper, William (Cont'd)
I
Poplar field, The - (Poplars have been out down)BPB,
I
Retired cat. The - OTP
I
Snail, The - GF, HBV, OTP
I
Tale, A - (Birds built nest on the mast of a ship) ABVC
PI
Woodman*s dog. The - PCH
CH
Cox, Kenyon
PI
Bumble beaver, The - (imaginary animal) RS
PI
Herringdove, The - (imaginary animal) RS
PI
Kangarooster.
The - (imaginary animal) RS
PI
Ootopussycat,
The - (imaginary animal) RS
PI
Rinocerostrich, The- (imaginary animal) RS
Cox, Palmer
KP
Mouse's lullaby, The - (Food for a baby mouse) PCH
Coxe, Arthur Cleveland
I
Hallowe'en - (Work credited to October winds is really that of
Hallowe'en spirits) DAD
Crabb, Stanley E.
I
No books - (Suppose there were no books) GR6
Crabbe, George
I
Off the coast- (Birds over the ocean)
GR6
Craik, Dinah Maria Mulock
I
Christmas carol,
A - CTBP
I
Green things growing - HBV
PI
Mill, The - PG1
PI
New year. The - (The new year is a small child) CFBP, EC4,
MPB, PCH, RR3, WR3
Year's windfalls, A
-123Craik, Dinah Marla Mulock (Cont'd)
I
October - (Autumn is bold and hardy) PG1,
POS
I
September robin, A - POS
PI
Young dandelion, The - (Very hardy) CZ5,MPB, PR3
Cranch, Christopher Lieroe
I
Bobolinks, The - GN, OTP, T
Crandall, Charles Henry
PI
Three trees - (Uses of the pine, oak and apple trees)
OHP
Crane, Nathalla
I
First story, The - (Written by prehistoric man) TSW
I
Janitor’s boy (The) TSW
I
Suffering - (A bee sting) TSW
P
Crocus, The - (Catches a sunbeam in her cup) PCH
Cranmer-Byng, Lancelot A. (tr.)
I
Riding by moonlight - RAR
Crapsey, Adelaide
PI
November night - (Leaves fall) MPB
PI
Winter - (Winter cold) MPB
Crashaw, Richard
I
Hymn of the nativity, A - GS
I
Verses from the shepherd's hymn - FCP
Creelman, Josephine Rice
I
My mother - (Description) OHP
Cressman, H. E.
I
Coxswain's line (The) - (The story of a sailor's life) PB6
Crew, Helen Coale
KP
Bedtime - GF, SHR2
-124Crew, Helen Coale (Cont'd)
I
Clock calls to work, The - (A call to work) EG5
PI
Nobody knows - (Where go the winds?) GF, PB4, PP04
Cripps, Arthur Shearly
I
A refrain - (A song of England) TVSH
Crosby, Ernest
PI
In the .garden - HBV
Crouch, Pearl Riggs
PI
Story in the snow, A - (Tracks show that a dog chased a rabbit)
MPB
Crowell, Grace Noll
I
Kites - (Thrill of kite flying) NWS
Crowell, Merle
P
If I were an elephant - (Bathing problems) WP3
Cullen, Countee
I
I have wrapped my dreams in a silken cloth - (Setting aside
dreams impossible of fulfillment by a negro) MSP
PI
Incident - (Being called nigger spoiled child's vacation) MSP
Cunningham, Allan
I
Gone were but the winter cold - (Woods in the winter) CH
I
Hame, hame, hame - (Longing for native Scotland) CH, OTP
I
My ain countree - (Homesick for Scotland) LC
I
Sailor's song - A - (Prefer a wind at sea) N6
PI
Song of the elfin miller - (The fairies borrow the miller's
millstone) CLP, T, TVSH
I
Town and country child, The - (Advantages of country life for
children) ABVC
I
Wet sheet and a flowing sea, A - (A sailor's love of the sea)
BFV, BVC, C0BV3, CSBP, HBV, LC, ODP, OTP, PCH, TVSH
At sea - BFV, GBV, GS
Sea song, A - BBV, BFP, FAS4, FP, GN, MW6, PAD, PP05, RGO,
RS, SS6, T, TY
Song of the sea - EC4
-125Curran, Edwin
I
First frost - TSW
Curtis, Helen
I
Blockade runner, The - SY
PI
May - PFEM
Curtis, Mary I.
PI
Trees used in games and sport - GF
Curtis, Natalie (tr.)
I
Arowp - Song of the mocking-bird - (Yuma Indians) NA5
PI
Corn-grinding song - (Butterflies, fly to blossoms) SUSU
I
Hopy song - (Butterflies, bees and rain in the cornfield) CSR5
I
Hunting song - (Navahos) NW6
PI
Lullaby - (Indian lullaby) SUSU
I
Rain chant - (Indian) SR5
PI
Wind-song - (Cactus blossoms sway) SUSU
PI
Zuni corn-grinding song - (A rainbow foretells good weather for
corn) CS6, SUSU
Cushing,, Frank (tr.)
PI
Locust, The - (Locust plays a flutei - Zuni folk tale) SUSU
Cutler, Julian S.
I
Wonderful - (Wonders of life) POS
Cutler, George Washington
I
E Pluribus Unum - (Motto for children of our ancestors) DAD
Da Ceo, Violante
I
While to Bethlehem - T
Dalmon, Charles
I
Cow at Sullington, A - (Cow thinks :
man ourious creature) TSW
Dalmon, Charles (Cont’d)
I
Early morning meadow song - CH
I
0 what if the fowler - (Lost blackbird)
I
Three pictures - (Two flowering trees and a flowering vine
in a garden) TSW
CH
Daly, Florence
P
Pumpkin jack-o-lanters, A - (Pumpkin achieved his ambition to be
a jack-o-lantern) HH2
Daly, Thomas Augustine
I
Da boy from Rome - (Homesick for warm Italy) MPB
I
Da greata baseball - (In Italian dialect) TSW
I
Da lettla boy - (The little boy who grew tired of waiting for
the spring) PB5
PI
Day of the circus horse, The - (A small
circus horse) RS, TSW, UTS
I
Flag o ’ my land - H, TL5
PI
Leetla Giorgio Washeenton - (Washington's birthday a holiday
because little George skipped school to help his father chop a
cherry tree) MPB, TSW
I
Lettla Guiseppina - (An Italian immigrant family) TSW
PI
Two 'Mericana men - (Italian peanut man and Irish policeman
proud of American life) MPB
boy plays that he is a
Dana, Julia M.
PI
First snowdrop, The - PFEM
Dana, Richard Henry
I
Little beach bird, The - OTP
I
Ocean, The - (Description) POS
Daniel, Samuel
I
Tethy's festival - (Means of enjoyment) CH
-127Darley, George
I
Deadman's dirge - (Buried at sea) CH
I
I've been roaming - (Description of a morning walk through the
fields) APA, TB
I
Robin's cross - (A cross to mark a robin's grave) ABVC, TB
I
Song of the summer winds - (Wanderings of winds) POS
Darling, Esther B.
I
wSometimes when life has gone wrong with you - (A dog is an
understanding friend) NS6
Davenant or D'Avenant, Sir William
I
Lark now leaves his watery nest, The - (Morning) CH
Davidson, Edward L.
I
Nocturne - (Sleep of the dead) CH
Davidson, Francis
I
Beggars - (Beggars own the world) CH
Davidson, John
I
Christmas Eve - (Description of cold December and Christmas
celebration) CBOP, MPB, OHP
I
Harvest home song - (Joy of the harvest) DAD
I
Prescription for a spring morning, A - (The oall
to a Londoner) CBOP
Good counsel - T
I
Song of a train - T
ofthe country
Davies, Harriet Edgar
P
Best of all - (In fall, child likes pencil box best of all) NS3
P
That funny feeling - (At Christmas time) NS3
Davies, Mary Carolyn
P
Afterall and afterall - GWP, MC, MPB, SP
I
Be deferent to trees - (You must be quiet to hear thetrees)
MPB, OHP
-128Davies, Mary Carolyn (Cont'd)
I
Canoe song - (Paddling) SR5
PI
Day "before April, The - (Child makes upsong
OHBP, SP, SUSU, THBP
I
Easter - (Resurrection of life) OHP
PI
Fishing pole, The - GF
P
Gardening is heaps of fun - (Making a garden) N3
P
Gymnastic clock, The - GBV, HC3, RR3, TT3, TV
PI
If I were Santa's little boy - H
KP
I'll be a clown - (Child plans to be a clown) THBP
P
Left out - (Are there toys left for Santa Claus' children?)
PI
Let’s have a picnic out-of-doors - PCH
I
Prayer for a sleeping child, A - (May he walk with Jesus) OHP
KP
Rabbit, A - GF, HCP
P
Saturday's party in fairyland, The - BR3, GBV, TV
PI
Stars, The - (The stars at Christmas) H
I
To toil and be kind - (A happy life) EG6
P
Tree birthdays - (Small child askstree about its birthdays)
KP
Trees - (Trees shade little girls from hot sun) THBP
KP
Tree-children - (Child feels more friendly toward small trees)
THBP
PI
We - (A happy home life) GWP
KPI
What the Christinas tree thinks - PCH
in
spring) CCP, GY/P,
H
OHP
Davies, William H.
I
Child and the mariner, The - (Old mariner told stories) CH
I
Child’s pet, A - (Pet sheep was not afraid) CH
I
Clouds - NA5, T
I
Early morn - (Was up so early as to seem to surprise morning) CH
-129Davies, William H. (Cont'd)
PI
Early spring - (Spring
PI
Happy wind - (-in summer)
I
Jenny Wren - T
inthe country) TVSH
CR5, CZ5,GR, PCH, RS, TSW
I
Kingfisher, The - TSW
I
Mirror, The - (Contrast vanity and intellectual curiosity) MSP
I
Nature's friend - (A true lover of nature) GR6, RGO, LC, NA4,
TS, TSV
I
Rabbit, The - (Snaring a rabbit) ODP
PI
Rain, The - (A summer shower) NA6, PCH, RS
I
Sweet stay-at-home - (Loved for virtues, even if she has never
traveled) CH
I
When on a summer's morn - (Awaking to bird song) GR6
Davis, Charles S.
I
Washington's Birthday - (Characterization of George Washington) H
Davis, Fannie Stearns
PI
Circus, The - (The circus is coming) PCH, RLS5
KP
Evening song - (Lullaby - child sleep - all nature sleeps)
CCP, GF, SP
PI
For a child - (Child's play in natural life) MPB
I
Moon folly - SP
I
Songs of Conn the fool, The - (Plans to grow moons for all) LC
I
Souls - (Cloths do not tell beauty of a person) SP
I
Up a hill and a hill - (There is beauty and a home) LC, NA6
I
You shall not wear velvet - (The wise person enjoys the simple
things) ODP
Davis, Florence Boyce
KPI
Larks go by, The - (The larks are heralds of spring) THBP
KPI
This and that - (The cheerful domestic help) GWP
-130Davis, Helen Bayley
PI
Jaok Frost - (Frost pictures on the window) GF, MPB
Davis, Robert H.
I
Roosevelt - (Theodore Roosevelt) H
Davis, Thomas Osborne
I
My land - OTP
Dawson, M. Phelps
I
After the Fourth of July - (Bruised child still enjoyed
celebration) DAD
Day - Sarah J.
P
Crocus - (The crocus awakened by spring greets a snowdrop)
GC3, MPB, PB2
P
Spring flower, A - (Man greets hepatica a frosty March day) PB2
Day, William
I
Mount Vernon, the home of Washington - (Life of Washington) OHP
Dayre, Sydney
P
Agreed to disagree - (A mouse, cricket and bumblebee, after
disagreement over a house, each built his own and rejoiced in
spring weather) PB2
KP
Cherry time - (Child watches cherry tree from blooming through
ripening of cherries) PVYC
PI
Chickadee, The -
P
Lesson for mamma, A - (What a little girl would do if she and her
mother could exchange places) GS
I
Remorse - (Robinkilled by carelessness) C0BV2,
PI
Sunshine - PFEM
(Chickadee called for spring) POS
DAD
Dayrell, Vivienne
PI
Magic wall-paper, The - (Wall-paper parrots fly to the South Sea
Islands) SY
Dazey, Charles Turner
I
February rain - (Winter rain melts snow - tears ease sorrow)
PG1, POS
-131Dearmer, Goffrey
KP
Whale - (Chile considers advantages of being a whale) THBP
De Bary, Anna
I
Under a Wiltshire apple tree - (Thoughts of Christ) CH
De France, Marie
P
Cock and the fox, The - (Fable-folly of vanity) FAS4
De Guerin, Maurice
I
Shamrock, The - (Shamrock is lonesome for Ireland) DAD
Dekker, Thomas
I
Rustic song - (Holiday celebration) LC
P
Sleep my darling - (Lullaby) N2
I
Song of the Cyclops - (Blacksmith work for the gods) ABVC
De la Mare, Walter, (pseud. Ramal, Walter)
PI
Alas I alack - (Nonsense - Fish, frying in a pan, spoke) GF, MPB,
PPI, RFC
PI
All but blind - (Child thinks of a mole, a bat, and an owl, and
wonders what would they would think of him as blind) DDD, PFC, PPI
I
"All hot" - (Chestnut vender) TYNY
I
All the fun - (At the fair) TYNY
I
Andy Battle - (Story of a shipwrecked sailor) PFC, PPI
I
Apple charm, The - PFC
I
Apple-fall - TYNY
I
Arabia - (Dreams of Arabia) THBP
I
Araby - PFC
I
Asleep (Sisters) TYNY
I
As Lucy went-a-walking - (Meeting witches or was it crows?)
DDD, PFC, RS, SOC
PI
A-tishoo - (To say when one sneezes) DDD, PFC, SOC
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De la Mare, Walter (Cont'd)
I
At the keyhole - (The cobbler is afraid of elves) PFC, PPI
PI
Away go we - (Playing on the beach) TYNY
I
Babel - (Men fail to understend men because they speak different
languages) PFC
KP
Bandog, The - (Description of a lost dog) PFC, PPI
KPI
Barber's, The - (Description of a barber shop) GYfP, MPB, PCH, PFC,
PPI, RAR, SUSU
I
Bees’ song, The - (Nonsense) PFC, PPI
I
Before dawn - FCP
I
Berries - (Old woman made a tiny pot of jam for the fairy who
told her where to find the berries) DDD, FAS, PFC, PPI, RGO
I
Bewitched - (Bewitched by a voice calling)
DDD, PFC, PPI
I
Bird set free. The - PFC
PI
Bluebells - (Fairies in a ring - DDD, MPB,
I
Books - TYNY
I
Bookworm, The - (Child, tired of books, wants to see green
out-of-doors) PFC, PPI
KP
Bread and cherries - (Old woman sold cherries) PFC, PPI
I
Buckle, The - (Whimsical) ODP, PFC, SOC
KPI
Bunches of grapes - (Three wishes each for three children)
ABVC, CBOP, CCP, C0BV1, OTP, PFC, PT, SOC, SUSU, THBP
I
Cake and sack - (King Caraway ate alone) PFC, PPI
I
Captain Lean - (A gallant mariner-captain buried at sea)
PFC, SOC
I
Cecil - (Elves persuaded to guard a child) SOC
I
Changeling, The - (Fair lady enticed the ferry manaway)
DDD, PFC, PPI
KP
Chicken - (Feeding the chickens) PFC, PPI, PT
P
Child in the story awakes, The - PFC, SOC
PFC, SOC, T
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I
Child in the story goes
to bed, The - PFC, SOC
I
Christening, The - PFC,
SOC
PI
Comb, The - PFC
PI
Crumbs - (Feeding birds in winter) PFC
P
Cupboard, The - (The cupboard contains good things to eat for
good children) PCH, PFC, PPI, RAR, RN3, RNP3
I
Dame Hickory - (A fairy bothers Dame Hickory) PFC, SOC
PI
Daybreak - (in a garden) TYNY
I
Double, The - (A fairy child) DDD
I
Down-adown-derry - (A child follows a singing fairy)DDD, PFC, SOC
PI
Dream-song - (Child;day
PPI, THBR
I
Ducks - (Feeding ducks) TYNY
PI
Dunce, The - (Child wearing dunce cap feels disgruntled)PFC,
PPI
I
Dwarf, The - DDD, PFC, SOC
I
Earth folk - PFC, PPI
I
Echoes - PFC
I
Eden - (England is Eden) PFC
I
Enchanged hill, The - DDD
I
Englishman, The - (A returning
I
Esmeralda - (Goes shoppingwith mother
PI
Fairies dancing, The - DDD, PFC, SOC, T
I
Fairy in winter, The - DDD
PI
Feast, The - (Christmas feast) TYNY
I
Fiddlers, The - (Fiddlers to Queen Bess) SOC
PI
Five eyes - (Cats watch for mice in themill) PFC, PPI
dreaming at twilight) DDD,OHBP, PFC,
sailor) PFC, SOC
on a rainy day) TYNY
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PI
Five of us - (Playmates) PFC
PI
Fly, The - (A fly is so small that everything must look big to
him - ABVC, PFC, SOC, TB
I
Four brothers, The - (The four winds bring the seasons) PFC
PI
Full moon - (Child in bed, saw the moon) PFC, PPI
I
Gage, The - (The romantic tale of a lady whose houndkilled
a neighbors deer) PFC, SOC
PI
Garden, The - (Tea time) TYNY
I
Grey wolf, The - PFC, SOC
I
Grim - (Giant roasts sheep at camp fire) PFC, PPI
PI
Hapless - (Child feels that he is unlucky) PFC, PPI
PI
Happy, happy it is to be -
(Dwelling with fairies) DDD
I
Hare, The - (A witch-hare)
DDD, PFC, SOC
I
Harvest - TYNY
I
Haunted - (A haunted house)
PI
Haymaking - TYNY
P
Hi - (Playing hunting) PFC
I
Hidden mermaids, The - OTP
KPI
Hide-and-seek - (Things of nature play hide-and-seek) PFC, PPI,
PI
High - (Kite flying) TYNY
I
Holidays - (Vacation in the country) TYNY
I
Holly, The - PFC
I
Honey robbers, The - (Two fairies liked to rob the bees) DDD,
PFC, PPI
I
Horn, The - (The laughter of elves) DDD, PFC,
I
Horseman, The - (A horseman
I
Hunt, The - TYNY
DDD,PFC, SOC
SOC
seen in the moonlight) PFC, PPI, SUSU
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P
Huntsmen, The - (Children playing huntsmen) CCP, PB1, PFC, PPI
PI
I can't abear - (Butcher shop least attractive of shops) PFC, PPI
I
I met at eve - (The prince of sleep) NA6, ODP, PFC, SOC
Ramal, Walter - ABVC
I
I saw three witches - DDD, PFC, SOC
PI
Ice - (North wind makes water into ice) TYNY
I
Isle of Lone, The - (The dwelling place of three dwarfs)
DDD, PFC, SOC
I
Jenny Wren - PFC
PI
Jim Jay - GWP, PB6, PFC, PPI, RGO, RS
I
John Mouldy - (Mould in the cellar) PFC, SOC
I
Journey, The - (A weary wanderer refuses a witch's hospitality)
DDD
I
King David - (King David was cheered by the nightingale's song)
PFC, PPD
I
Lamplighter, The - PFC, SOC
I
Linnet, The - GT, OHBP, THBP, WP5
I
Listeners, The - (Man knocked at anempty house but only spirits
of the past heard him) TVSH
P
Little Ann’s bath - (in the morning) FAS2, N2
P
Little bird, The - (Birth of child) ODP, PFC, PPI
I
Little creature, The - (A witch) DDD
PI
Little green orchard, The - (Elves or fairies in the green
orchard) DDD, MPB, PB3, PFC, PPI
I
Little old cupid. The - (Child sees a statue of oupid in an old
garden) PFC, PPI
PI
Lob lie by the fire - (An ugly elf is a friend to the household)
DDD
I
Logs - (A tree in summer - logs inwinter) TYNY
I
Lone - (An empty house) PFC
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I
Longlegs PPI
(Longlegs called and listened for the echo) DDD, PFC,
PI
Lost shoe,The - (Child searches over the world for her shoe)
APA, PFC, PPI, TC4
I
Lovelocks - (Beautiful hair of a beautiful lady) PFC, SOC
I
Many a mickle - (The
I
Martha - (A teller of stories) GBV
PI
Master Rabbit - PFC
I
Melmillo -
I
Mermaids, The - DDD
I
Miller and his son, The - (A song - "The miller and his
PFC, SOC
P
Mima - (Sisters tease each other) PFC, PPI
KP
Miss T - (Food becomes a part of the person whoeats it) CR6, GF,
PFC, PPI, RAR, SUSU
I
Mistletoe - (Kissed under the mistletoe) DDD, PFC, PPI
I
Mocking fairy, The - (Fairy mocked in vain) DDD, GBV, PFC, PPI
I
Mother bird, The - PFC, SOC
I
Mr. Punch - (A Punch and Judy show) TYNY
PI
Mrs. Earth - (Mrs. Earth and Mr. Sun are very powerful but
cannot guess thoughts) N4, PFC, PPI
PI
Mrs. Macqueen (or the Lollie-shop) - (The keeper of the
shop) PFC, PPI
I
Music - (Forgetting self in music) DDD, H, N6
PI
Nicholas Nye - (A friendly donkey) PB3, PFC, PP4, PPI, UTS
I
Night swans - (A child's swans) PFC, SOC
I
Nobody knows - (Wondering about the wind) PFC, PPI
I
Nod - (The shepherd returns with his flock) NA7, TC7, TSW, TT6
I
Now all the roads - (The road to London in winter) PFC
music of nature and home life) PFC, PPI
(Melmillo danced alone in the woods) DDD, PFC, PPI
son")
sweet
-137De la Mare, Walter (Cont'd)
I
Now silent falls - (Time for fairies and witches) PFC
I
Nowel - (Christmas Eve) TYNY
I
0 dear me! - (Passing of the seasons) PFC, SOC
I
Off the ground - (Farmer Turvey, to win a bet danced over the
land and into the sea where he joined the mermaids) DDD, PFC,
PPI, RGO
I
Ogre, The - (A mother's lullaby saves her children) PFC, SOC
I
Old house, The - (A deserted house) PFC, PPI
P
Old Shellover - (A snail and worm on a moonlight night) PFC,
PPI, UTS
I
Old soldier, The - (Song of an old soldier) PFC, PPI
I
Old stone house, The - (Child is afraid to pass an old house)
PFC, PPI
I
Old Susan - (Susan's romance was found in books) PB4, TC7
I
O-xn-o-r-e, The - (Irish fishermen see the ghosts of four brothers
drowned at sea) PFC
I
Over the downs - (A walk) TYNY
I
Pantomine, The - TYNY
I
Peak and Puke - (Changeling left for a baby) DDD, PFC, PPI
I
Pedlar, The - (The pedlar sold his goods for one lock of golden
hair and brought sorrow to the buyer) PFC, SOC
I
Penny owing, The - (A penny for a beggar man) PFC
I
Picture, The - (Description of a picture) PFC, PPI
I
Pigs and the charcoal-burner, The - (A family of pigs hunt in
the forest as a charcoal-burner watches) PFC, PPI
I
Pilgrim, The - (A pilgrim resisted temptation) PFC, SOC
I
Please to remember - (Burning a straw man) TYNY
I
Pool in the rock, The - TYNY
P
Poor Henry - (Henry dislikes physic (castor-oil) PFC,
PPI, TC4
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I
Poor "Miss 7" - (Miss 7 is ill) PFC, PPI
I
Portrait of a warrior - PFC, SOC
PI
Puss - PFC
PI
Quartette, The - (Male quartettepleased the ladies) PPI, PFC
I
Rainbow, The - PFC, SOC
I
Raven's tomb, The - PFC, SOC
I
Reverie - (Sophia rides her horse) PFC, SOC
I
Ride-by-nights, The - (Witches ride among the stars) DDD, PFCH,
PPT, TC4
PI
Robin, The - (A bee meets a robin) PFC
I
Room, The - (Living room) TYNY
I
Ruin, The - (After sunset the fairies dance) DDD, PFC, PPI
I
Sadly, 0, sadly - (Bells toll for Cock Robin and Snow White) DDD
I
Sam - (Sam's reminiscence of a mermaid) DDD, PFCH, PPI
I
Sam's three wishes: or Life's little whirligig - (The fairy
granted Sam's wish to turn back time) DDD, PFC
PI
Santa Claus - TYNY
PI
Secret, The - (Christmas tree) TYNY
PI
Seeds - PFC
P
Sephina - (A little girl peeps over the stair at the grown ups'
party) PFC
I
Ship of Rio, The - (Nonsense verse) OHBP, DAD, PFC, PPI, TNBR, UTS
PI
Silver - (Moon makes all things appear to be silverobjects)
GF, LC, OHBP, PB3, PFC, PPI, RAR, S6, SR4, SUSU, THBP, UA6
I
Silver penny, The - (A silver penny pays for a boatride from
which none returned) PFC, SOC
I
Sleeping beauty, The - DDD, PFC, SOC
PI
Sleepyhead - (Gnomes call a sleepyhead
PFC, S4, SOC
to play) DDD, FS, GR4,
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I
Snow - DDD, PFC, TT5
I
Snow man, The - TYNY
PI
Softly, drowsily - (Child wakens in summer) SUSU
KP
Some one - (Child thought he heard a knock at the door but could
find no one) C03, DDD, FH2, GC3, PFC, PPI, SS4, TT3
I
Song - (Many wishes) PFC, SOC
I
Song of enchantment, A - PFC, PPI
I
Song of finis, The - (A knight at the end of "All theAges")
PFC, PPI
I
Song of shadows, The - PFC, PPI
I
Song of soldiers, The - (The sea by a frozen dike reminds one
of soldiers marching off to war) PFC, PPI
I
Song of the mad prince, The - (Questions that can't be answered)
PFC, PPI
I
Song of the secret, The - (Beauty is gone) PFC, PPI
I
Sooeep - (Description of a chimney sweep) PFC, PPI
I
Sorcery - (Pan) DDD
I
Summer evening - (Description of) GR6, PPI, PFC,
I
Sunken garden, The - DDD
I
Supper, The - (A supper the wolf did not get) PFC, SOC
Ramal, Walter - ABVC
I
Suppose - (Day dreaming) PFC, TSV
I
Tartary - (The Lord of Tartary wouldhave manythings) FP, GWP,
N5, NS4, PAD, PFC, TB, THBP, SOC, SP, SS5, WP6
PI
Tent, The - (Camping) TYNY
I
Thames - PFC
PI
Then - (A watch walked the streets, told the time and weather)
FH5, GR4, GWP, ODP, PFC, PPI, TV, TVSH
I
They told me - (Pan was not dead) DDD
PR5, TT5
-140Do la Mare, Walter (Cont’d)
I
Thief at Robin’s Castle, The - (A thief stole the treasury and
children from the unguarded castle) PFC, PPT
I
Three beggars, The - (Three beggars share their food with a
fairy, who changed their gifts to a feast) DDD, PFC, SOC
I
Three cherry trees, The - (A beautiful lady in her garden was
wooed away) GBV
PI
Thrush, The - (Nest building) TYNY
PI
Tillie - (Tillie swallowed a seed and hasfloated ever
PFC, PPI
since)
PI
Tired Tim - (Boy, so tired, that heboreshimself) GWP, MPB,
' NA4, PFC, PPI, TSW
PI
Tit for tat - (How would you like to be hunted as animals are)
PFC, PPI, UTS
I
To bed - (By candlelight) PFC
I
Trees - (Trees of England) OHP, PFC, PPI
P
Truants, The - (Magic has stolen little children) DDD,
I
Unfinished dream, The - (-of fairy folk) DDD
I
Unstooping - (Man, unlike animals walks upright) PFC, PPI
PI
Up and down - (People pass on the streets) PFC, PPI
I
Voices - (-of nature) DDD, ODP
I
Wanderers - (The stars find the daisies fair) LC, PFC,
PI
Who really? - (Bruin bear awakes from his winter sleep) PFC
I
Widow’s weeds,A - (Widow planted wild flower seeds in her garden)
PFC, PPI
I
Wild are the waves - (Wind precedes a calm as winter precedes
spring) PFC
I
Will ever? - (Will the sun cease wandering?) GBV, PFC, PPI
PI
Window, The - (Unseen, child watches people from a window)
PFC, PPI
I
Winter - PFC
PFC, PPI
PPI, NA5
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I
Witch, The - (Asleep in the graveyard) DDD
I
World of dreams, The - DDD, GWP, T, TT4
Deland, Margaret
KP
Bossy and the daisy - (Cow ate daisies) PPAL
PI
Christmas silence, The - (Christmas story) OHP, PFEM, PR
PI
Easter music - DAD, H
PI
Fairies' shopping, The - (Fairies get ready for winter)
C0BV2, HBV, PR
I
Rain - (Storm in summer) LM7, PFEM
I
Waifs, The - (Children singing at the break of Christmas Day)
DAD, H
I
While shepherds watched their flocks by night - (Christmas
story) GN, GR5, HBV, T
DeLisle, Rouget
I
Marseillaise, The - (French national hymn) PG2, PP06
Denton, Clara J,
P
Something to be thankful for - (Thankful to be a little girl
instead of a fowl) H
De Tabley, Lord
I
Churchyard on the sands, The - (Description) CH
D., H.
I
Storm - (The fury of a storm) TSW
Diamond, Lucy
KP
Fairy umbrellas - (Are daisies the fairies' umbrellas?) GF
Dibdin, Charles
I
Sailor's consolation, The - (Reasons why a sailor is glad for
his calling) BBV, BVC, PB6, TVSH
I
Tar for all weathers, The - (A storm at sea) OTP
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I
Tom Bowling - (Death of a favorite of the orew) BPB, TVSH
Dickens, Charles
I
Ivy green, The - (ivy grows around ruins) DAD, HBV, PEC, PG2,
POS, S, TVSH
I
Merry autumn days - PCH
Dickinson, Dorothy
KP
There's a hole in the fence - (Rabbits creep through) GF
Dickinson, Emily
PI
'A drop fell on the apple tree" - (A summer shower) PFY
I
Afraid? - (Not afraid of life, death or resurrection) OHP
PI
"A fuzzy fellow without feet" - (Life cycle of the butterfly)
PFY
I
"A murmur in the trees to note" - (Coming of spring) PFY
PI
"A narrow fellow in the grass" - (A snake in the grass) PFY
I
"A sepal, petal and a thorn" - (A rose on a summer morn) PFY
I
"Alter? When the hills do" - (Love of friend or family) PFY
I
"An everywhere of silver" - (Seashore) PFY
I
'Sircturus is his other name" - (The scientist
of nature) PFY
I
"As children bid the guest good-night" - (Flowers night and
morning) PFY
KP
Autumn - (Child adds a trinket to keep in style with autumn)
BR5, CCP, FH5, CHR, GR6, LC, MPB, N4, ODP, PCH, S4, THBP, TSW
I
Battlefield, The - (God knows the dead) OHP
I
Bee, The - GN, OTP, T
KPI
Bird, A - MPB, PB2, UA5, UTS
PI
Bird came down the walk, A - PFY
I
'Blazing in gold and quenching
forgets
the beauty
inpurple" -(Sunset) PFY
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I
Book, A - (The magic that lies in a book) H, MPB
"There is no frigate like a book" - PFY
I
Chartless - (Belief in heaven) BNV, CHR5, GN, OTP, TC5
I never saw a moor - MPB, OHBP, SP, THBP
PI
"Could I but ride indefinite" - (A
I
Day, A - (From sunrise to sunset)CHR4,
PI
"Dear March, come in.'" - PFY
I
"Follow wise Orion" - PFY
I
"God made a little gentian" - ("The blue gentian, the last
flower of the year") PFY
I
"God permits
I
Grass, The -(Life and use of grass) CHR6, CZ2, GF, GN, H, BV,
LC, OTP, PFEM, T, RTC6
I
"Have you got a brook in your little heart" - (The powers of
lovliness and fury within oneself) PFY
I
"High from the earth I heard a bird" - PFY
bee) PFY
GR5, LC, PP04, PR, TC4
industrious angels" - (Playing with the angels) PFY
PI
"Hope is the thing with feathers" - (A bird brings hope)
I
"How still the bells in steeples stand" - (Steeple bells) PFY
I
"How the old mountains drip with sunset" - (Mountain sunset) PFY
I
"I know some lonely houses off the road" - PFY
I
"I like to see it lap the miles" - (A train) PFY
I
"I started early, took my dog” - (A walk along the seashore) PFY
I
"If I can stop one heart from breaking" - Kindness to others is
justification for living) PFY, NA5
I
"I'll tell you how the sun rose" - (Sunrise and sunset) PFY
I
"I’m nobody!
Who are you?" - (It is better to not be known than
to be a somebody known to the public) PFY
PI
"It sifts from leaden sieves" - (Snow covers the country side)
PFY
I
"It tossed and tossed" - (Toy boat) PFY
PFY
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PI
It will be summer eventually - PFY
I
"Lightly stepped a yellow star" -
I
"Like trains of cars on tracks of plush" - PFY
I
Morning - FH6, PB-4
I
"Nature is what we see" - (What is nature) PFY
I
"Not knowing when the dawn will come" - (Dawn) PFY
I
(The coming of night) PFY
"One sister have I in our house" - (Love for her sister-in-law)
PFY
I
Pedigree of honey, The- (Bees gather honeyfrom any kind
clover) GR5, PFX, TC7, TSW
of
PI
"Perhaps you’d like to buy a flower?" - (Lending a flower) PFY
PI
"Pink, small and punctual" - (The
PI
Railway train, The - ODP, TC6
Locomotive, The - MPB
PI
Robin, The - T
"The robin is the one" - PFY
PI
Secret, The - (Life cycle of a butterfly) RS
I
She sweeps with many-colored brooms" - (Autumn sunset) PFY
I
Snake, The - (in the grass) PB6
In the grass - PB6
I
Snow, The - CHR4, FP, FS4, FGO,
PI
"So bashful when I spied her" -(Finding a
I
"Some keep the Sabbath going to church" - (A nature lover
worships God outdoors) PFY
I
Summer shower - PFEM
I
"Sweet is the swamp with its secrets" - (A
PFY
PI
"The bee is not afraid of me" - (Nature on a summerday) PFY
I
"The duties of the wind are few" - PFY
first arbutus) PFY
SS6
wild flower) PFY
snake in the swamp)
-145Diokinson, Emily (Cont’d)
I
"The face we choose to miss" - (Missing a loved one) PFY
PI
"The grass so little has to do" - (The work done by the grass)
PFY
I
"The heart is the capital of the mind" - (A person is an
entity) PFY
I
"The moon was but a chin of gold" - (The changes of the moon)
PFY
PI
"The morns are meeker than they were" (Signs of autumn) PFY
I
"The mountains grow unnoticed" - (Mountains and the sun are
companions) PFY
I
"The ones that disappeared are back" - (Spring signs) PFY
I
"The robin’s my criterion of tune" - (Enjoyment of nature
wherever one lives) PFY
PI
"The sea said 'Come' to the brook" - PFY
I
"The sky is low, the clouds are mean" - (The first snowflakes)
PFY
I
"The spider as an artist" - PFY
I
"The wind began to rock the grass" - (A thunder storm) PFY
PI
"The wind did not come from the orchard today!" - (Wind on a
June day) PFY
PI
"The wind tapped like a tired man" - (Havoc made by the wind in
the house) PFY
I
"These are the days that reindeer
I
To make a prairie - CHR5, PFY
PI
"'Twas such a little, little boat" - (Toy boat) PFY
I
"Two butterflies went
I
Waking year, The - (The resurrection of the landscape in spring)
OHP
I
"When they come back"
- (Will spring return each year?)PFY
PI
"Whether my bark went
down at sea" - (Toy boat) PFY
love" - (Winter)PFY
out at noon" - (Butterflies) PFY
-146Diokinson, Emily (Cont'd)
I
"Who robbed the woods" - (The wind in autumn) PFY
I
"Whose are the little beds?" - (Flower beds at bedtime) PFY
PI
"Within my garden rides a bird" - (Humming-birds in a garden)
PFY
Pickier, Gerald
I
War - (World War I) SY
Dillingham, Elizabeth T.
I
Fairy song, A - (Flowers contribute to the comfort
PCH
of fairies)
Divine, Charles
PI
Little senorita - MPB, UA4
Dixon, Canon
I
Heaving roses of the hedge are stirred, The - (Description of
summer and its passing) CH
I
Song - (Description of late summer or autumn) CH
Doane, George Washington
I
Lessons to be derived from birds - (identifying certain birds
and their habits) TB
I
Robin Redbreast - (Red breast of the robin is from Christ's
blood) DAD, HBV
Dobell, Sydney
I
Chanted calendar, A - (The flowers come in spring) FP, GBV, HBV,
NA6, ODP, PAD, RGO, T
Procession of the flowers, The - DDE, GN, OTP
Spring's procession - CBOP
P
Fragment of a sleepy song - RAR
I
How's my boy? - (A mother asks a sailor for word of hersailor
son) CH, CSBP, GN, LC, OHP
I
Keith of Ravelston - (Story
of a ghost) CH
P
Orphan's song, The - (Child
keep it) CH, OTP, PPAL
took bird from nestand
tried to
-147Dob son - Austin
I
April pastoral, An - (Shepherd helps girl with kine) LC
I
Ballad of heroes, A - (Deeds live on and inspire when men are
dead) DAD, HBV, OHP
I
Ballad to Queen Elizabeth, A - (On the Spanish armada) TVSH
I
Child musician, The - GN, T, TE
I
Cure's progress, The - (The cure goes for a walk) LC
I
Garden song, A - T
I
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - (in memory of) DAD
I
Ladies of St, James, The - (Comparing royal ladies with Phyllida)
TVSH
I
Rose and the gardener, The - (in time beauty fades so prepare
for Father Time) MPB, PB5
I
Song of the four seasons, A - (Love throughout the seasons) DAD
Dodge, Mary Barker
I
Chimney nest, The - (Made by a swallow) PFEM
Dodge, Mary Mapes
PI
Alphabet, The - RJ
KP
Among the animals - (Punished for destroying Noah's ark) RJ
P
Ants, The - (Destroying an ant city) RJ
KP
At the window - (Moon at night) RJ
KP
Baby in dreamland - RJ
KP
Baby Nell - (When stockings are on toes are gone) RJ
P
Be careful - (How to choose friends) RJ
PI
Bees in the manger - (Difficulties on a farm) RJ
KP
Belle Dreer and the silver dish cover (Reflection in the dish
cover) RJ
KP
Benny's buttons - RJ
PI
Billy boy - (A fiddling lad) RJ
-148-
Dodge, Mary Mapes
PI
Birdies with broken wings - (Birds in trouble hide - babies in
trouble go to mother) PR, RS
KP
Black-nosed kitten, A - RJ
At. Unknown - A black-nosed kitten - CFBP
P
Blow loud for the blossoms - RJ
KP
Bright
PI
Bumblebramble - (Which
P
Bumble of bumbleby - (Bumblebee) RJ
PI
Burs - (Making things with burs) HR2, RJ
KP
Bye, baby, night is come - (Lullaby) RJ
PI
Children*s hymn - RJ
PI
Christmas - RJ
PI
Christmas bells - RJ
P
Comb and brush - (Pun on comb and brush) RJ
PI
Comb music - RJ
PI
Coming - (Ships) RJ
PI
Common mistake,
PI
Confusion - (Nonsense verse about work) RJ
P
Cook's
KP
Cousin Jeremy - RJ
PI
Dainty Miss Rose, The - (A vain dog is outshone by the
RJ
PI
Difference, The - (If you lead a fortunate life sharewith
less fortunate) RJ
P
Dobbin's friend - (A kitten advises dobbin) RJ
KP
Doggie’s tricks
PI
Don't trust chatter - (Advice to playmates) RJ
PI
Dumphy Dicky - (Each boy has a different answer whenasked
something) RJ
little buttercup - (Do youlikebutter?)
camefirst
-eggs
RJ
orchickens) RJ
A - (Getting and giving) RJ
little boy, The - RJ
dog star)
those
- (Dog teases farm animals) RJ
to do
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PI
Early to bed and early to rise - (Comment on a familiar saying)
RJ
PI
Elfin Jack, the giant-killer - RJ
KP
Extravagance - (Buying apples for baby doll) RJ
PI
Fair play - (A pun on katydids) RJ
PI
Farm
PI
Farmer in Bungleton had a colt, A - (The troubles of a farmer)
RJ
P
Fire in the window - (Reflection of sun) RJ
KPI
Four little birds all flew from their nest - RJ
PI
Frog who wouldn’t a-wooing go, The - RJ
I
Frost king. The
- Antics of) DAD, RJ
PI
GluckJ gluck! -
(A frog) RJ
KP
Going to London
- (A nursery game) N2, RJ
P
Good Mistress Sundial - (The four o'clock can always tell time,
the sundial only when the sun shines) RJ
KPI
Good
morning- (Greeting the new day) RJ
KP
Good
night - (Baby's good night) RJ
PI
Hark, my children - (Doing the best one can) N2, RJ
PI
Harry - (Harry has fourteen birthdays) RJ
PI
Have you heard the news, good neighbor - (A cat that frightened
music away) RJ
KP
Here's plenty of shells - (Making mud pies) RJ
P
Ho, dandelion, my lightsome fellow - RJ
P
Hobbledy hops - (Making tops out of seeds) RJ
P
Holloa, old scuttle - (Where is your coal?) RJ
P
Holloa! What's the matter? - (A child's troubles) RJ
P
Hollyhock, hollyhock, bend for me - (Using hollyhock seed for
dolly's tea) RJ
lessons - (Safety on the farm) RJ
-150Dodge, Mary Mapes (Cont'd)
PI
How many things in my pocket?
- (A boy's pocket) RJ
PI
How the New Year came - RJ
P
I gave my puss a mao-a-roon - (Trying to share a feast with an
appreciative cat) RJ
PI
I had a little Scotchman - RJ
P
I know where there's a beautiful shoe - (Flowers) RJ
KPI
I'd like to be a splendid man - (Like father) RJ
KP
If cows wore satin slippers -
PI
In the basker - (Borrowing the family of a hen) RJ
PI
In the wood - RJ
PI
In trust - (A new year for our use) PPAL, RJ
PI
Jean and Kitty - (Curious children overheard what the neighbors
thought about them) RJ
P
Johnny the stout - (Playing in the snow) RJ
PI
Knowing racoon, The - (Every month there is a new moon) RJ
PI
Lad of Nansock, a jewel pod took - (Flying seeds) RJ
P
Lazy Lou - RJ
PI
Let's play - (-at being a lion) RJ
PI
Letting the old oat die - (Swinging) PFEM
P
Little beginnings - (Resolution to begin now to be good) RJ
KP
Little Charley - RJ
KPI
Little Dutchman, The - RJ
PI
Little green hummer - (Humming-bird) RJ
P
Little Minnie Stowe - (A happy girl) RJ
PI
Little Miss Limberick - (Frightening a mouse
P
Little mote, The - (A speck of dust) RJ
P
Little mother, The - (Tells her doll how tobehave)
(Nonsense) RJ
in the cupboard) RJ
RJ
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P
Little
Polly always clever - (Blowing plant pods) RJ
PI
Little pot soon hot - (The differences between big and little
souls) RJ
P
Little
PI
Making it skip - (Skipping stones over the water is like skipping
trouble) RJ
PI
March - (in March flowers begin their growing) RJ
I
Master
KP
Mayor of Souttleton, The - (Nonsense verse - what the mayor would
do next no one ever knew) RJ
KP
Melons - GWP
PI
Midsummer frolics - (A cricket’s party) RJ
PI
Moon came late to a lonesome boy, The
PI
My laddie - RJ
KPI
My week - (A child’s week) RJ
I
My window ivy - (Watching ivy inspires thoughts of God) POS
P
Nearly ready -
KP
Nell and her bird - (Care of a hurt bird) RJ
PI
Nell’s notion - (Snow storm) RJ
KP
Night and day - (God sees everything) PR, RJ
PI
Nobody near him, all in the dark - (A
moon) RJ
PI
Not only in the Christmastide - (The Christ Child brightens all
the year) RJ
P
Now the noisy winds are still - (Spring approaches) PR
PI
Offeratory, An
- (Christ is in our homes) H, PR
PI
Oh, I’d search
RJ
the world over - (Looking for a four-leaf clover)
P
Oh, no - (Turning birds and flowers around) RJ
Whimpy - (Cry baby) RJ
Tremble - (Choosing to be a hunter) RJ
- (A vain frog) RJ
(Spring calls to flowers) PR
dog tries tofrighten the
-152Dodge, Mary Mapes (Cont’d)
PI
Oh no, ’tisn’t so - (Playing with father’s watch) RJ
P
Oh, where are all the good little girls - (-and the boys too?)
RJ
P
Old Doctor Paff - (When a calf becomes a cow) RJ
KP
One and one - (Many good things come in pairs) HBV, PPAL,
KP
One step, two step -
PI
Out of the shell - (A baby duck) RJ
PI
Pensive cricket, The - RJ
PI
Pig and the lark, The - (Pig complains the lark sings too early)
RJ
KPI
Pins in the carpet -(No safe placefor baby
KP
Poor little mousie -
PI
Poor little toddlekins - (Mosquitoes bother baby) RJ
P
Pussy and doggie - RJ
PI
Pussy's class - (The mother cat teaches lessons to her kittens)
RJ
PI
Queen o' May, The - RJ
PI
Rats, The - RJ
PI
Riddle, A - (The reflection of thedipper) RJ
KP
Rocking-horse, The - RJ
KP
Rut-a-tut-tuts - (Who can orack nuts?) RJ
KP
Sandman, The - RJ
P
Side by side - (Babies andgrandparents make
KP
Snow - RJ
KP
Snow, snow everywhere - RJ
P
Snowflakes - HBV, MPB, PB1, PR
PI
Some are starving, some are filling - (it takes all kinds to
make a world) RJ
RJ
(Baby learning to walk) RJ
to crawl) RJ
(With its nose in a trap) RJ
a happy home) RJ
-153Dodge, Mary Mapes (Cont’d)
KP
Some One we cannot hear - (What makes baby laugh?) RJ
PI
Some things in the garden murmurs all the day - (Sounds
pine trees) RJ
PI
Song of St. Nicholas - RJ
PI
Song of summer - RJ
P
Spinning your top - (Play with skill) RJ
PI
Star family, The - (The moon finds the family out)
P
Stocking song on Christmas Eve - OHP, RJ
PI
Stubborn boot. The - (Trying to put the right
foot) RJ
PI
Suggestion for a happy New Year, A - RJ
PI
Sun and the stars, The - RJ
PI
Sunlight or starlight - (Playing in the moonlight) RJ
PI
Taking time to grow - (Eaglets impatient to fly) RJ
P
Ten kinds - (-of children) RJ
PI
in "the
RJ
shoeon the left
Terrible ball, The - (A snowball that demolished all in its path)
RJ
PI
There was a brave knight of Lorraine - RJ
P
There was a rare boy - (An ill boy asks for a pill) RJ
PI
There was a shrewd lad of Cooloo - (Nonsense verse - how tofind
out if baby’s tooth is through) RJ
PI
There was an old doctor of Brille - (Nonsense) RJ
PI
There was an old weather-vane - RJ
PI
Thinking aloud - RJ
PI
Third of July, The - (Getting ready for July 4th) RJ
PI
Three old ladies, The - (Each old lady was like her thoughts) RJ
PI
Three ways - (Eaoh way of life best) RJ
KPI
Tom of Clapham - (A boy who claimed to love his mother) RJ
-154Dodge, Mary Mapes (Cont’d)
KP
Trottery, trottery, out of breath - (Nurse trots the baby) RJ
PI
Trotty Malone - (Methods of travel) RJ
P
Troubled - (A child who believes in fairies) RJ
KP
Twistan, turnem, let me see - (Nonsense verse) RJ
KPI
Two little froggies - (Get a dinner) RJ
PI
Up in a balloon - RJ
KP
Up in the morning early - (Getting baby up) RJ
PI
Waiting for father - RJ
P
Wake up, birdie - (A pet well cared for) RJ
PI
Wandering Joe - (Adventures) RJ
P
Way to do it, The - (How to speak a piece) RJ
PI
Well-meaning frog, The - RJ
KP
What makes baby brace and bright - RJ
KP
What shall I buy? - (Making up one’s own verses)
KP
What shall we take to Boston? - (When baby goes visiting) RJ
PI
What they say - (Playing soldier) RJ
KP
When I am big, I mean to buy - (All thethingsadults
RJ
PI
When I was little - RJ
P
When the sun is sinking low - RJ
I
Whippoorwill - (Whippoorwills' calls) POS
PI
Willie and his pipe - (A piper) RJ
P
Willie’s lodger - (At different times Willie seems like two
different lodgers) RJ
P
Wind for the tree-top - (in a storm wrap up warm) RJ
PI
Wire-locks, curly-pate, tangle, and floss - (Making dandelion
curls) RJ
GRP, RJ
have)
-155Dodge, Mary Mape3 (Cont'd)
KP
Wooden horse, The - (A toy horse has its advantages) RJ
PI
Wouldn't and would - (What a boy would and wouldn't be) RJ
Doe, Muriel
I
Cornin' home - (A range rider) SY
Dole, Nathan Haskell
I
Close of a rainy day, The - (Storm at sea) POS
Domett, Alfred
I
Christmas hymn, A - (Christmas story) DAD, GN, OTP, TVSH
I
Glee for winter, A - (Winter is the time for friendships, and
family gatherings) DAD
Dorr, Julia C. R.
I
No more the thunder of cannon - (After the war is over and the
soldiers return) OHP
Dorsey, Mary (Child)
P
Little pine tree - (Won't you be a Christmas tree?) CD3
Doty, Walter G.
I
Best firm, The - (Mottos for every day living) HBV, RS
Doudney, Sarah
I
Farewell to the old year - (Year that started in sorrow ended
in happiness) PFEM, PG1, POS
Doughty, Charles M»
I
Fairies feast, The - (Fairy gossip) CH
Douglas, Alice May
PI
Who loves the trees best? - (Season cycle) PFEM
Douglas, Marian
I
Country child, The - CLP
PI
Good Thanksgiving, A - (Many friendly acts to make others happy)
C0BV2, CU5, PB4, N4, PP04, WR5, TV
Douglas, Marian (Cont’d)
P
Kitty - CLP
PI
Little sorrow - (Pessimism and optimism) CLP, C0BV2, SSN, TV,
TVSH
I
Motherless turkeys, The - (Who will care for motherless turkeys?)
CLP, T
PI
Pussy-willow - PFEM
PI
Song of the busy bee, The - (The bee is happy because he
MC, NWS, PFEM, PG1
KP
White kitten, The - (Kitten went out to play and got dirty) SSN
is busy)
Douglas, William
I
Annie Laurie - (Love for a Scotch lassie) CSBP, GN, OTP, PEC
At. - Unknown - BFV, LC
Dowd, Emma C.
KP
Fun in a garret - (Children play in the attic on a rainy day)
GF, SUSU
Doyle, Arthur Conan
I
Song of the bow, The - HBV
Doyle, Francis H.
I
Loss of the Birkenhead, The - (A shipwreck) „GS, HBV
Doyle, Marion Stauffer
KP
Wind, The - (Child enjoys the wind) FVYC
Drake, Joseph Rodman
I
American flag, The - DAD, GN, H, HBV, N4, OTP, PAP, PB6,
TVSH
I
Culprit fay, The - (Midnight announced as a fairy dawn) GN
Fairy dawn - C0BV3
I
Evening - (Evening out of doors) POS
I
Fairy in armor, A - GF, GWP, OTP, PR, RAR, WP6
Elfin knight, An - GBV
I
Gathering of the fairies, The - POS
I
Mocking-bird, The - (Mocking-bird sings many songs) PFEM, POS
-157Drayton, Michael
I
Arming of Pigwiggen, The - (Fairy dressed in coat of mail for
fighting) GN, OTP
Pigwiggen - BNV
Pigwiggen arms himself - C0BV2, GN, TB
I
Battle of Agincourt, The - (Description) ABVC, BFV, GN, TVSH
Aginoourt - HBV, PAD, T
Ballad of Agincourt - BPB
I
Fine day, A - (-in summer) ABVC, GN,
I
Palace of the fairies, The - OTP
I
Queen Mab’s visit to Pigwiggen - (Description of fairy carnage)
LC, PCH
Queen M a b 's chariot - OTP
Queen Mab setting forth - TB
OTP, PCH
Driggs, Howard R.
I
Pony rider - (Directions to) CD6
Drinkwater, John
I
All-very-well and yours - sincerely - (How to end a letter) AAM
KP
Anyone but me - (Staying oneself) AAM
KP
Big whale - AAM
KP
Bird's nest, The - AAM, BR2, WP3
I
Birthright - (Happiness and grief) CH
PI
Blackbird - (Blaokbird sings evenings at the same place in the
city) TVSH
KP
Bobby Blue - (The policeman) GVSP
KP
Castle on the sand, The - AAM, BR2
PKI
Clocks - AAM
KP
Cook - (The kinds of food I would make if I were oook) AAM
P
Difference, The - (Objects cannot make choices; only people oan)
AAM
KP
Doctor - (What a child would do if he were a doctor) AAM
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I
English history - AAM
I
Ermytrude - (Nonsense verse about a rude person) AAM
P
Exchanging - (Exchanging bright-colored paper) AAM
PI
Friends - (Sohool friend) AAM
PI
Games - (Games childred like) AAM
KP
Grace - (Grace at mealtime) AAM
I
Holiness - (if all were gay and happy, all would also
LC
PI
Invitations - (invitations to tea are refused) AAM
KP
I want to know - (Many things a child wants to know) AAM
I
John Pride - (Nonsense about a proud person) AAM
I
Joking-apart and laugh-and-be-gay - (Nonsense) AAM
PI
Jonathan Jix - (Nonsense verse about a man who saw many strange
animals) AAM
KP
King - (What I would do if I were king) AAM
I
Lady Annie How - (Nonsense about a person who was never ready)
AAM
PI
Lessons - (Busy at lessons and play all day) AAM
I
Loofah, the bull - (Nonense) AAM
I
Matilda, Queen of Spain - (Nonsense) AAM
KP
Mr. Moon - (A child has many questions about the moon)
I
Mr. Smith and Mr. Brown - (Nonsense about Smith’s daughters
Brown's sons) AAM
KP
Mummy - AAM
I
Pamela Ponsonby - (A very naughty girl) AAM
PI
Pigs - AAM
KP
P'liceman - AAM
KP
Postman - AAM
be
holy)
AAM, BR2
and
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I
Potiphar James - (Nonsense verse about a lazy man) AAM
I
Pronunciations - (Nonsense - play on words) AAM
KP
Punishments - (Sometimes it is nice to be naughty) AAM
PI
Puzzles - (Child puzzles over continuity of life)
KP
Rewards - (Why a child likes to be good) AAM
PI
AAM
Riding in Rotten Row - (A little person who would like to ride
horseback) AAM
KP
Rocks, The - (How to play safely among the rocks) AAM
KP
Rover - AAM
I
Sir Ipecacuanha Sly - (Nonsense) AAM
KP
Sun, The - (The sun makes a child happy) AAM, BR2
KP
Teacher - AAM
KP
Tidying up - (After play a child must tidy up)
PI
Tiptoe night - (Night comes) GWP
I
Town window, A - (The oity has a natural beauty) THBP
KP
Wagon in the barn, The - AAM, MSP
P
Walks - AAM
KP
Wave, The - (Bathing) AAM
P
What I dislike - AAM
KP
What I like - (The world is a happy place in which to live)
KP
You - (What would I do if I were you) AAM
AAM
AAM
Driscoll, Louise
I
Grace for gardens - (Prayer for garden growth) LC, N6
I
Hold fast your dreams - (Make a secret plaoe in your heart)
PI
Indifference - (Of garden life to an airplane) CSR3, PAS4
PI
Their Thanksgiving Day - (Creatures grateful to besafe
at Thanksgiving time) PCH
MPB
underground
Driver, Grace I,
I
Planting the tree - SS5
Drummond, William
I
Angels, The - (Songs of) GN
I
Book, The - (Values of the bible) CH
I
Phyllis - (A milkmaid) GN, LC, OTP
I
I
Poleon Dore - (A lumber jack saves the life of a drowning friend
but loses his own) BBV
This life - (Is like a bubble) CH
Dryden, John
I
Alexander's feast - (Celebrating the conquest of Persia) BFV,
BPB, GN
I
Oak, The - (Life of) OHP
I
Trumpet's loud clangor - (Organ music is best) LC
Fife and drum - GN
DuBois, Gussie Paokard
KP
Fairy hammocks - (Do fairies sleep in cobweb hammocks?) PVYC
Duffield, S. W.
I
Two of a trade - (A dragon-fly sails up the river with an
enthusiastic boater) PFEM
Duggan, Eileen
PI
Juniper - (Mary, Joseph and Mary rested by a juniper tree) MSP
Dulcken, H. W. (tr.)
Barbarossa - See Friedrich Ruckert
I
Nibelungen treasure, The - (Gold that had caused trouble dropped
in Rhine River) STP
Dunbar, Paul Lawrence
I
Appreciation - (A negro's appreciation of mother) LBB
I
At candle-lighting time - (The family in the evening in a negro
home) LBB
-161Dunbar, Paul Lawrence (Cont'd)
I
Boogah man, The - (The boogie man) LBB
I
Boy's summer song, A - LBB
I
Cabin tale, A - (A negro tells a story to
a weasel and a bear) LBB
I
Colored band, The - LBB, MPB
I
Corn song, A - (Negro workers return from
I
Curiosity - (What is mother cooking?) LBB
I
theyoung master about
the cornfield) LBB
Dat o l ' mare o'mine - LBB
I
Grievance, A - (Snow to play in) LBB
I
Harriet Beecher Stowe - (Uncle Tom's Cabin roused public opinion)
DAD
I
In the morning - (Calling a sleepy boy) LBB
PI
Little brown baby - (A negro father's love for his child) LBB
PI
Lonesome - (For mother who has gone visiting) MPB
PI
Lullaby - (-in negro dialect) LBB, MPB, PB2, TSW
I
Opportunity - (Grandmother away, gives the chance to get into
her pantry) LBB
I
Signs of the times - (Autumn) LBB
I
Song of summer, A - (In negro dialect) TSW
I
Spring song - DAD, LBB
I
Wadin' in de crick - LBB
I
When de co'n pone's hot - LBB
I
When a feller's itchin* to be spanked - (Grandma knows
LBB
I
When Malindy sings - (A negress song) LBB
Dunbar, William
I
Dame Nature crowns the Scottish lion King of beasts - LC
the signs)
-162Dunoan, Mary Lundle
I
Child’s evening prayer, A - OTP
Child's prayer, A - T
P
My little brother - OTP
KP
Shadows,. The - OTP
P
Snow shower. The - PFEM
I
Tender shepherd, The - GS
Duncan, Thomas W»
I
Village portrait - (Half-wit best versed in nature lore)
MSP
Durbin, Eliza W»
I
Our Washington - (Characterises George Washington) H
Durbin, Harriet Whitney
PI
Little Dutch garden, A - (A picture of a Dutch garden)C0BV2, MC
Durston, Georgia Roberts
KPI
Hippopotamus, The - GF, UA4, UTS
KP
Rabbit, The - GF
PI
Wolf, The - (Wolf lives alone) GF, UTS
P., V.
PI
Tournament, A - (The wind won from the trees) SY
Dyer, Sidney
I
Night cometh - (Work for the night
is coming) H
Eagen, Maurice Francis
I
Shamrock, The - (The transplanted shamrock brings Irish nostalgia)
H
Earhart, Amelia
I
Courage - MSP
Eastman, Charles G.
PI
Afternoon nap, The - CLP
-163Eaton, Walter Prichard
P
Birches, The - PB2
I
Willows, The - (Fanciful description of willows) MPB, OHP
Ebers, Basil
I
For remembrance - (America remembers the cause of freedom for
which the World War soldiers fought) H
Eden, Helen Parry
I
Upland station, An - (Freight from Southampton) ODP
Edsall, Florenoe S.
I
Stars - (After the sun and the moon, God created stars which
are worlds) MSP
Edwards, M. Betham
KP
Child's prayer, A - GC3, GS, OTP, PG1, PR
Egan, Patricia
KP
Bumblebee, The - (Scorned by the fairies) SY
Egar, J. H.
I
Sing, sing for Christmas - (Christmas story) OHP
E., H* R*
KP
Big arm chair, The - (Can be a thousand things to an adventurous
child) GF
Eliot, George
I
Brother and sister - (Sister's memories of an older brother)
I
I am londly - (Lonely because of death of his sister) GN, T
I
Spring song - (Spring and summer) CBOV, PR
Elkin, R. H.
P
Last year's frock - (Too small) WR3
Ellingwood, Lena B.
KPI
Daily duties - (Child reviews her day, to see if she has been
good). FVYC
GN
-164Elllott, Ebenezer
I
Bramble flower, The - (The flower of the bramble bush) CLP, T
Elliot, Jane
I
Flowers o' the forest - (Sorrow in Scotland because the English
won) BPB, CH
Elliot, Madge
PI
Said tulip, "That is so" - (Flowers at Christmas time) PFEM
Elliot, Mary
KP
Crocus, The - (Announcing Spring) OTP
PI
Nest, The - (Stealing bird's nest) OTP
PI
Oak, The - (Life cycle) OTP
PI
Silk worms - OTP
PI
Think before you act - HBV
PI
What is veal? - OTP
Ellis, Vivian Locke
I
At common dawn - (Bird song) CH
Ellsworth, Erastus Wolcott
I
Mayflower, The - (Nightfall after the landing of the Pilgrims)
DAD
Elms, Margaret Queen
I
Hobbies - (Hobbies are fun) CD5
Emerson, Caroline D.
I
M o d e m ballad, A - (Elevator ran away, through the roof and on)
CD6
Emerson, Ralph Waldo
I
April - (Beauties of) POS
I
April and May - (Description) GN, OHP, TY
I
Boston - (The Boston Tea-party) PAP
-165Emerson, Ralph (Cont’d)
I
Concord hymn - (Famous hymn written for dedication of the battle
monument at Concord, Massachusetts, on July 4, 1837) BBV, CTBP,
DAD, EG6, GN, GR6, H, HBV, MBV, ODT, OTP, PB6, PP06, TL5, TVSH, TY
Hymn on the fight at Concord - PAP
PI
Flower chorus - (When March calls) PCH
I
Humblebee, The - (Wisdom of a bee) BFV, GN, HBV, LC, OTP
PI
Mountain and the squirrel, The - (A fable - The mountain and
squirrel quarrel over their respective talents) BVC, CB, CLP,
CSBP, EC4, GR5, MW4, OTP, PB3, PG1, TB, TC4
Fable - C0BV2, MRP, ODP, PR, RGO, TSW, TY, UTS
Fable* The mountain and the squirrel, A-LC, POS
I
Music - (Music in the beautiful and in the scum of life) FH6
I
Nation’s builders, The - (Men who struggle for progress) CHR5
I
Nation’s strength, A - (Men, not gold, are the strength of a
nation) GR5, GR6
I
Ode sung in the Town Hall, Concord, July 4, 1837) GN, MPB
I
Rhodora, The - BFP, GN, HBV, LC, MPB, OTP, PB6, TC6, TVSH
I
Snowstorm, The - (Life on a farm in winter) BFP, CSBP, GN . PCH,
POS, PP06
PI
Titmouse, The - (Chickadee sang in the woods in January) PCH, PR
Chickadee, The - GF
I
We thank Thee - (Thanksgiving thoughts) BR4, PFEM, PTR4
Thanksgiving - PCH
Emery, Richard W.
P
Billy-goats chew - (Goats eat many things) THBP
English, Thomas Dunn
I
Battle of New Orleans, The - PAP
E., R • B •
KP
Popcorn party, The - (Popping corn) GF
Erskine, Francis Robert St. Clair
PI
Bedtime - (-for baby) HBV
-166Ettriok, Shepherd
I
Kilmeny - (Kilmeny visited the land of thought, where only the
sinless may go) STB
Euwer, Anthony
I
Limerick - (Nonsense about owner’s face) CHR5
Evans, Sebastian
I
Severn fiddlers. The - (Why the Severn is never quiet) RS
Evatt, Jean
KP
Snow - SY
Ewing, Juliana Horatia
PI
Big Smith - (Child talks to the blacksmith about his work)
ABVC, C0BV2, GS, TV, TVSH
PI
Blacksmith, The - (Blacksmith is very big and strong) ABVC
I
Burial of the linnet, The - BVC, PR
KP
For good luck - (When you pick wild flowers leave some for good
luck) MC, PR
PI
Friend in the garden, A - (Toad lives in the garden) ABVC, C0BV2
GF, MPB, PB2, RAR, TV, TVSH, UTS, 1/I/P3
P
Kit's cradle - (Kitten hides in a slipper, when shut out of the
clothes hamper) ABVC
PI
Willow-man, The - (The children picked all the mistletoe that
grew on the willow) C0BV2, TV, TVSH
Faber, Frederick William
I
God of my childhood, The - CLP, GS
Fallis, Edwina
PI
Prairie spring - (Description of) SUSU
KPI
September - (Description of) SUSU
KP
Wise Johnny - (Signs of spring) SUSU
Fanshawe, Catherine Maria
I
Riddle - (Riddle - The letter H) GN, OTP, T
Letter for you, A - RS
-167Farjeon, Eleanor
PI
PI
After rain - (The garden after a rain) OGW
After tea - (Mother plays and sings while children sing and
dance) OGfW
PI
Air-balloons - OGW
P
Alphabet - SYS
PI
Ambush - (Spider waits for a fly) OGW
PI
Annar-Mariar *s Christinas shopping - CC
PI
Archer, The - (Learning to shoot) JD
PI
Autumn crocus - OGW
PI
Autumn rain - (Autumn drives summer away with rain)
P
Bedtime - (Teasing to stay up five more minutes) OGW
I
Bell in the leaves, The - OGW
PI
Bell-song - (Apple trees sway above an unusedchapel) SYS
PI
OGW
Bethlehem bells - (On Christmas Eve, bells ring in Bethlehem)
SYS
KP
Between the bars - (Baby watches from her bed) OGW
PI
Blind alley - (Where does the dark alley lead?)
PI
Bliss - (Dog asks only to be with master) SYS
PI
Blow the stars home - JD, PT
PI
Boasting - (Dog boasting) SYS
PI
Bonfire, The - (Fall bonfires) OGW
I
Bonny bride of Kent, The - OGW
PI
Books - (Books hold unknown possibilities) SYS
I
Boredom - (Everything bores) OGW
I
Boy, The - (Boys like to watch men work) OGW
KPI
Boys’ names - (interpretation of boys' names) OGW, SUSU
KP
Bravery - (Child is not afraid of oow) SYS
OGW
j
-168Farjeon, Eleanor (Cont'd)
P
Breakfast - (ill-temper at breakfast) OGW
KP
Broken wing - (A baby fallen from its nest) JD
PI
Brown birds, The - (When holly berries are few what will
brown birds do?) CC, PT
P
Bubbles - (Blowing bubbles) N1
the
P
Buttercup field, The - (Baby ranthrough the buttercups) OGW
PI
Carol for Christmas Eve, A - CC
I
Carol of the signs - (Signs of Christmas) SYS
I
Carol singers, The - CC
PI
Cat! - (Chasing a oat) SYS
KP
Catch itj - (Baby tries to catch the sun and the rain)
PI
Child and dog - (Dog teasing for a playmate) OGW
PI
Child and the bird, The - (Child releases captivebird) SYS
I
Children’s bells, The - (Ring bells for the
I
Children’s carol, The - CC
PI
Child’s carol - CC, ODP, PAD
PI
Chilly dawn - (The garden at dawn) OGW
OGW
dead soldier) CH
P
Choosing - (Difficult to choose between playthings)
PI
Christmas lullaby, A - CC
I
Christmas tree, The - CC
KP
Circus - (Circus lady on a pony and the closn) JD,MPB, OHBP,
SUSU, THBP, UTS
I
City show, The - (Watching a London parade)
PI
City streets and country roads - JD, MW5, PT
PI
Class room - (Description) SYS
I
Close of day - (Nature throughout the day) OGW
PI
Cock, The - (A Proud cock and industrious hens) RS
GWP, OGW
OGW
-169Farjeon, Eleanor (Cont'd)
P
Comforting - (Comforting a child who has wakened afraid)
OGW
KPI
Country vegetables - (How vegetables are gotten in
and in the city) PCH, UA2
KP
Crack of light, The - (-through the door at night is a comfort)
JD
KPI
Cradle song for Christmas - CC
PI
Dancing - SYS
P
David - (Child is very good except that he throws stones) SYS
PI
Dog - (Dog is a pet regardless of breed) SYS
PI
Doves and starlings - (in the garden) JD
KP
Down,
PI
Dragon-fly, A - OGW
P
Drink
of water, A - (Child in bed wants mother so asks for
water) OGW
PI
Earth
PI
Echo - (Calling daughter) JD
PI
Economy -
(Dress in silk because satin is dear) JD
P
Elizabeth
cried - (Caller made friends with shy child) OGW
PI
Elm tree,The - (Elm is last tree to shed
PI
Em - (Girl collects odds and ends) SYS
I
Ending of the year, The - (The Christ Child was born at the
ending of the year) CC
PI
Epitaph - (A dog’s epitaph) SYS
PI
Evening hushes - (Summer evening)
PI
Fairies - (Don't look for them) GC3, JD
I
Farewell to the old year - CC
PI
Fat Hans Schneider - (Holland song of
PI
First blackbird, The - (The firstblackbird announces spring)
OGW
thecountry
down - (Leaves are falling) GC2, JD, SUSTJ
and sky - (Earth and sky decorate for Christinas) CC, SUSU
leaves) OGW
JD
a drunken skater) SYS
-170Farjeon, Eleanor (Cont'd)
PI
First gathering - (-of spring) SYS
KPI
Flower seller, The - PCH
P
Food out-of-doors - (Food tastes better when eaten outside) OGW
KPI
For a cloud - (Cloud shapes) JD
KPI
For a cock - (A proud, strutting cock) JD
PI
For a dewdrop - (A beautiful dewdrop on a spider's web) JD
I
For all - (The Christ Child) CC
I
For a mocking voice - (An elf) CH
PI
For Christmas Day - (Share Christmas with poor) SYS
KP
For good morning - (What morning is for) JD
KP
For good night - (Night is for dreaming) JD
PI
For snow - CH, RAH
I
For them - (Spare something for the less fortunate at Christmas)
CC
P
For the wind - (Work of the wind)
PI
Fred - (Fred likes creatures) SYS
PI
French - (French language seems strange
given) SYS
PI
Friend or foe? - (Dog waits for master todeclare man) SYS
PI
Garden in the dark. The - OGW
I
Gate in the wall, The - (The gate isbricked
hidden) OGW
PI
Geography - SYS
PI
Getting out of bed - (Calling
PI
Girls in the garden - (Trees in blossom)
KPI
Girls' names - (interpretation of
I
Going into dream - OGW
GC3
-Frenchtranslations
upand
the garden
a sleepyhead) OGW
OGW
girls' names) OGW, SUSU
-171Farjeon, Eleanor (Cont’d)
KP
Going to ted - (Getting ready for bed) OGW
I
Golden cat, The - (Description) OGW
PI
Good morning - (Good morning to everyone and everything) OGW
I
Good order - (Roman contributions to civilization) UA6
PI
Gossamer - (A lovely spider web destroyed) OGW
KP
Grand-dads - (How men of different ages walk) JD
P
Griselda - (Child is greedy) SYS
PI
Heel - (Master and dog are hunting) SYS
PI
Heigh-Ho, AprilI - (April showers in the garden) OGW
PI
Hey* My pony I - (Tartar child’s song) SYS
PI
Hidden - (Playing in the woods) OGW
PI
Hills over the water, The - (Adventure) JD
PI
History - (Making of) SYS
I
Holly and mistletoe - CC
PI
House coming down - (Watching a house being torn down) CU5, OGW
PI
House hunters - (Birds in spring) OGW
I
In bed - (Watching the firelight) OGW
I
In goes robin - (Robin enjoys the water) OGW
PI
India-Rubber - (Eraser of mistakes) SYS
PI
Inside - (Dog lies by fire at his master’s feet) SYS
KPI
In the week when Christmas comes - CC, PT
KP
Invitation to a mouse - (Eat anything but the cheese) JD
PI
Jabbering in school - SYS
KP
Jenny - (Jenny dresses up to imitate grown-ups) SYS
I
Jenny White and Johnny Black - (Tho' children’s interests are
different they enjoy each other) OGW
-172Farjeon, Eleanor (Cont’d)
I
Jill came from the fair - (Fun at the fair) CU6, OGW, THBP
PI
Jim at the corner - (A retired sailor sits and foretells
weather) GWP, OGW, SUSU
I
Joan’s door - (A door to fairyland) JD
PI
Jolly March wind
I
Joseph fell a-dreaming - (Biblical story) OGW
the
- (Wind blows sedate but children like it)
PI
Keep still - (Watching deer and foxes drink at a stream)
PI
Kennel - (A kennel is a dog’s castle) SYS
PI
Kerry loon, The - (Draining the moon) JD
SYS
OGW
KPI
Kingfisher - JD
KP
Kitten, A - (Child watches a kitten’s antics) OGW, THBP
PI
Knowledge - (Cultivate knowledge as farmer does his crops) SYS
PI
Latin - (Caesar as a Roman child was like any English one) SYS
PI
Lead - (Dog begs to go free and notwear
PI
Leaves - (Leaves hold light) OGW
I
Lessons - (Child studying,plans to play stories of history)
PI
Light heart. The - (Pleasant child happy with his possessions)
SYS
I
Lights at night, The - (London, lighted at night) OGW
PI
Light the lamps up, lamplighter - (Different kinds of light street lamps - candles - stars) APA, CH, GWP, NA4, ODP, RS
PI
Lilliput - (A rock garden) OGW
PI
London sparrow - (Trying to tempt a sparrow to come into the
house) OGW
I
Long-Green-Hill - (Greetings to strangers) OGW
KPI
Lost farthing, The - (Money lost on a shopping trip) JD
I
Manger song, A - CC
PI
Mark, The - (The Maker's mark on eachliving thing) OGW
the lead) SYS
OGW
-173Farjeon, Eleanor (Cont’d)
KP
Marmalade - (The best kind of marmalade is apricot jam) JD
I
Mary indoors - (Mary read an interesting book by the fire and
would not play in the wind) OGW
I
Mary’s burden - (Christinas Eve) CC
I
May meadows - SYS
I
Meeting Mary - (Mary was picking blackberries) ODP
PI
Mellow time, The - (Autumn) OGW
I
Midsummer Eve - (Fairies active) SYS
KP
Milk-cart pony, The - (No one knows what thepony thinks of
while he draws the milk cart) OGW, SUSU, THBP, UTS
P
Minnie
- (Minnie cannot "make up her mind," which to choose) SYS
PI
Missy Sinkins - (Mrs, Sinkins in
PI
Moon - (Dog howls at the moon) SYS
P
Moon-Come-Out - (Night and morning) OGW
PI
Moonlight - (The garden in the moonlight)
PI
Morning light - (The beauty of a
PI
Mother sings, The - (Mother wonders what baby will be when a
man) OGW
PI
Mother’s song, The - (Mary, as she sang to the Christ Child,
thought of his place in men's hearts) SYS
PI
Mother's tale, The - (Christmas story the
KP
Mrs. Peck-Pigeon - OGW, PT, SUSU, UTS
I
Mummers, The - (Christmas players) CC
PI
Music - (Enjoyment of) SYS
P
Nan - (Nan searches farm for new babies, soils her clothes and
is scolded for it) SYS
PI
Nearly - (-almost saw fairies) JD
PI
Ned - (Child does not want to get up or go to bed) SYS
the garden) OGW
OGW
garden in the morning) OGW
best story of all) SYS
-174Farjeon, Eleanor (Cont’d)
PI
News! News! - (Plant life seen and animal life heard on New
Year’s Day) SYS
PI
Night will never stay, The - CH, CR5, ODP, OHBP, PB3, TC, THBP,
TSW
PI
Nine red horsemen - (Horsemen seen against sunset) SYS
PI
Nothing (Dog misses master) SYS
PI
Now every child - (Sing because of the Christ Child’s birth)
CC, SUSU
PI
Numbers - (All numbers are combinations of the first ten)
PI
Oh, hark! - (An owl and nightingale in the night) JD
KP
Old m a n ’s toes, The - (Keep off the pavement cracks) JD
I
Old w ife’s song - (Catch a white fawn or a white falcon and he
will grant your wish) OGW
PI
01' red thief - (Man shoots fox that stole a lamb) SYS
P
On the staircase - (Going up to bed is harder than coming
to breakfast) OGW
PI
Ornithology - (Ornithology is the study of birds)
PI
Our mother's tunes - (Sing to us, mother) JD, MPB
PI
Outside - (Master and dog go hunting) SYS
PI
Over the garden wall - (A ball thrown into the garden was tossed
baok and someone laughed) OGW
PI
Pantomine - (Theatre) JD
PI
Pear tree, The - (A pear tree in blossom) OGW
PI
Peddler, The - (Cheerful peddler poorly clothed) SYS
PI
Pencil and paint - (Winter has a pencil, autumn has a paint
brush) JD
KPI
Penny royal - (A penny will buy many coveted things) JD
P
Peter - (Child small enough to be afraid that he will be sucked
through the bath-tub drain) SYS
SYS
down
SYS
-175Farjeon, Eleanor (Cont’d)
PI
PI
Picking up sticks - (Last night's wind left sticks in the wood)
PCH
Poetry - (Definition) SYS
PI
Quarrel, The - (Brothers quarreled but made up) OGW
PI
Questions - (Child forgets answers when asked questions)
KP
Rainbow - (Where did it go?) JD
PI
Rats! - (Dog resents teasing) SYS
PI
Rhyme - (What is poetry?) JD
I
Riding in Belmary - (Riding to meet adventure) OGW
PI
Riding of the kings, The - (Kings who sought Christ
PI
Robin to Jenny - (in winter it is difficult for
find food) CC
PI
Rules - (All schools have rules) SYS
PI
Sohool-Bell - (Last bell rings) SYS
PI
Second birth of roses, The - OGW
KP
Seven-Sisters roses - JD
I
Child) SYS
the birds to
Shall I to the byre go down? - (Seeking the Christ Child on
Christmas Eve) CC
PI
Shepherd and the king, The - (A song forChristmas Eve) CC
KP
Shopman, The - (Sells many things) PCH
KP
SYS
Sing for your supper - (Smile for breakfast, dance for dinner,
sing for supper) SYS
P
Sisters - (Sisters playing in spring) OGW
I
Six green singers - (Six green branches
ODP
PI
Smoke, The - (Smoke is the breath of a house)
PI
Snowfall - (Autumn’s first snowfall) OGW
KP
Snow in the garden - JD
for Christmas) CC, FCP,
OGW
-176Par.jeon, Eleanor (Cont’d)
I
Soldiers and horses - (Watching soldiers go by with horses) OGW
PI
Someone to tea - (Happy anticipation) OGW
PI
Song of the fir, The - (A fir tree became a Christmas tree) OGW
PI
Sounds in the evening, The - (Sounds heard from bed while waiting
for sleep) OGW
PI
Sounds in the morning, The - (Morning in the city and inthe
country) OGW, SUSTJ
PI
Spoilt child - (Mother gives in when child screams) OGW
PI
Spring in Hampstead - JD
PI
Start, The - (Gardening in the spring) OGW
PI
Stocking-Time - (Christmas) CC
PI
Stocking to fill, A - (Christmas) CC
I
Street fountain, The - OGW
PI
Sue went to the fair - (Sue did not get to the fair before it
closed) OGW
PI
Summer fountains - (The flower garden in summer) OGW
PI
Sun and wind - (What each does to the chestnut trees)
I
Sweet ass - (Carry the Christ Child gently and safely) CC
PI
Sweet herbs - (Planning an herb garden) OGW
I
Take heart, Sweet Mary - (Joseph and Mary beg for shelter
Christmas Eve) CC
PI
Tale of Lilia, The - (Turned into an apple tree, she was long
sought) JD
I
Talking of the trees, The - (Winter cannot understand talk of
summer) OGW
PI
Teacher - (All kinds) SYS
I
There isn’t time - (A lifetime is too short for the interesting
things to be known) OGW
PI
This holy night - (Christmas Eve) SYS
PI
This year - next year - (Gardener’s plans are beautiful) SYS
JD
on
-177Farjeon, Eleanor (Cont’d.)
PI
Through a shop window - (-at Christmas time) CC, GWP
I
Tipetty witchet - (Old home gone and farm grown
PI
Tired tree, The - (Christmas tree found in spring)
PI
To any garden - OGW
PI
Tom - (Child wonders how adults can be so changed from ohildren)
SYS
PI
To Michaelmas daisies - (Michaelmas daisies are lovliest at dawn)
OGW
KP
Treasure - (-on the seashore) JD
I
True tale of Grandfather Penny, The - (Grandfather Penny was good
to children) OGW
P
Two penn'orth of chestnuts - JD
PI
Universe - (Description) SYS
PI
Verbs - (Nouns and verbs defined) SYS
PI
Vet - (Master and dog visit the veterinary) SYS
I
Village green, The - (Life on the village green
I
Wake up! - (Gifts for the Christ Child) CC
P
Waking at night - (Confused in the dark)
OGW
I
Week after. The - (Keep Christmas in the
year) CC
heart all through the
I
Welcome to the New Year - CC, MSP, PT
PI
What I've been doing - (Ordinary play accounts
clothes) OGW
PI
What should I see? - (Magic jewels disappear in a mortal's life)
SYS
PI
When the almond blossoms - (Chinese children sail boats and light
lanterns when the almond trees blossom) SYS
I
White horses - (One may wish on the ninth white horse)
KP
W h o ’ll buy my valley lilies? - (Street child’s song)SYS
up to trees) OGW
OGW
is ageless)OGW
for state of
OGW
-178Farjeon, Eleanor (Cont’d)
I
Why? - (Why do you ory?) OGW
KP
Willow-Wren, The - (Children from city play in the country) SYS
PI
Wind, The - (Enjoying a strong wind) TVSH
PI
Windfalls - (Apple crop) JD
PI
Wind has taken the damson tree, The - (Plum tree blown down by
wind) SYS
PI
Window-Boxes - (Flowers in a window-box are beautiful) OGW
KP
Wish, A - (What would a child get with a wish?) JD
PI
Witch! The witch!, The - (Don't let a witch catoh you) JD
PI
Wolf! - (Dog dreams) SYS
PI
Wonderful clock, The - (Description of an old clock in Wells,
England) JD
PI
Yawning - (Yawning in school) SYS
PI
Zodiac - (Stars) SYS
Farjeon, Eleanor and Herbert
I
Alexander Selkirk - (Man found it difficult to live with people
so he went to a tropical isle for a time) HAH
PI
Alexander the Great - (Alexander the Great conquered the world
but regretted that he had done it so quickly) HAH
I
Alfred the Great - (King Alfred let the cakes burn) HAH
I
Anne - (Queen Anne is dead) KQ
I
Boadicea - (Bodicea tried to free her people from the Romans)
HAH
I
Brian Boru - (The Irish are proud of Brian Boru) HAH
PI
Buffalo Bill - (Adventures of) HAH
I
Charlemagne - (Good works of) HAH
I
Charles I - (Charles I, a dandy, was executed) KQ
I
Charles II - (Charles II and Nellie Gwynne) KQ
-179Farjeon, Eleanor and Herbert (Cont’d)
PI
Christopher Columbus - (Columbus came to Amerioa to prove that the
earth is round) HAH
I
Cid, The - (The famous Spaniard who championed the cause of
Christianity against the Moors) HAH
I
David Livinstone - (Nonsense verse) HAH
I
Duke of Marlborough, The - (Habits of) HAH
I
Edward I - (Eleanor, wife of Edward I saved his life) KQ
I
Edward II - (Edward II was weak) KQ
I
Edward III - (Adventures of) KQ
I
Edward IV - (Edward IV was charming) KQ
I
Edward V - (Edward V died while a child) KQ
I
Edward VI - (Edward VI died while young) KQ
I
Edward VII - (Edward VII was a peacemaker) KQ
I
Elizabeth - (Queen Elizabeth ruled well) KQ
I
Emmeline Pankhurst - (Leader for woman suffraget movement) HAH
I
Flora MacDonald - (Flora MacDonald saved the life of her king)
HAH
PI
Florence Nightingale - (Florence Nightingale cared for sick and
wounded soldiers in the Crimean War) HAH
I
Garibaldi - (Garibaldi, a farmer, freed the Italians from the
French) HAH
I
George I - (George I was German) KQ
I
George II - (George II defeated the Scotch Prince
I
George III - (American won independence)
I
George IV - (George IV was a dude)
I
George V - (We can remember George V) KQ
I
George Washington - (People of the U. S, honor George Washington
who dealt with England as he did the cherry tree) HAH
I
Grace Darling - (A brave girl helps rescue people from a shipwreck)
HAH
Charlie) KQ
KQ
KQ
-180Parjeon, Eleanor and Herbert (Cont'd)
I
Henry I - (Henry I was a soholar which could not always help
him) KQ
I
Henry II - (Henry II had Thomas Becket killed) KQ
I
Henry III - (Parliament started under Simon de Montfort) KQ
I
Henry IV - (Henry IV determined
I
Henry
V - (Henry V was popular) KQ
I
Henry
VI - (The war of the roses) KQ
I
Henry VII - (Henry VII punished Lambert Simnel and Perkin
Warbeck who aspired to the throne) KQ
I
Henry VIII - (Henry VIII had many wives) KQ
I
Hereward the wake - (Harried the forces of William the
Conqueror) HAH
I
James I - (James I was a Soot) KQ
I
James II - (The last of the Scottish-English rulers) KQ
I
Joan of Arc - (Joan of Aro tried to obey the saints) HAH
I
John - (King John was forced to sign the Magna Carta) KQ
I
Judas Macoabaeus - (judas Maocabaeus lead the Jews against the
Syrians) HAH
I
Julius Caesar - (Caesar conquered and spread civilization but
his friends killed him) HAH
I
Lady Godiva - (Lady Godiva helped her people) HAH
I
Lady Hester Stanhope - (A self-imposed exile from England who had
considerable influence over the Arabs) HAH
I
Mary - (Mary loved Calais) KQ
I
Mary Queen of Scots - (Life of) HAH
I
Masaniello - (Masaniello and his followers routed the tax
collectors with lemons) HAH
I
Nansen - (A bold Norwegian explorer in the northland) HAH
I
Napoleon - (Napoleon in exile) HAH
to rule well) KQ
-181Farjeon. Eleanor and Herbert (Cont’d)
I
Nelson - (Nelson won battles in spite of handicaps) HAH
I
Oliver Cromwell - (Oliver Cromwell objected to amusements)
PI
Pocahontas - (Story of) HAH
I
Richard I - (England suffered -while Riohard fought in the
Crusade) KQ
I
Riohard II - (Richard II lost to Bolingbroke) KQ
I
Richard III - (Richard III killed the heirs to the throne)
PI
Robert Bruce - (A spider encouraged Robert Bruce to make a
seventh attempt) HAH
I
Robin Hood
I
Rob Roy - (Rob Roy stole from his enemies for his friends)
I
Saladin - (Even his enemies had to respeot Saladin) HAH
I
Sir Francis Drake - (Bravery of) HAH
I
Sir Philip
I
Stephen - (Matilda and Stephen fought for power) KQ
I
Timour the Tartar - (Timour the Tartar was a very unpopular hero)
HAH
I
Victoria - (Life in Queen Victoria’s day was when grandmother was
young) KQ
I
Wellington - (Duke of Wellington defeated Napoleon) HAH
I
William and Mary - (William and Mary are thought of together) KQ
I
William I - (William I instituted curfew at eight) KQ
I
William II
- (William II was killed while hunting) KQ
I
William IV
- (William IV was the SailorKing)
PI
William Tell - (William Tell not only shot the apple from his
son's head but shot Gessler) HAH
KQ
KQ
- (Life of) HAH
HAH
Sidney - HAH
KQ
Farmer, Lydia Hoyt
I
Fashions at the court of Queen Flora - (Flower fashions) PFEM
-182Farrar, John
KP
Alone - (Wish to explore alone) GF, GWP, MPB
KP
Ambition - (Child would like to be a baby star) FVYC
KP
Ambitious mouse, The - (A mouse would find enjoyment in a world
made of sweets) MC, PB2, PCH
KP
Broom - (How would houses be clean without a broom?) GF
KP
Bundles - (Why are presents hidden under wrappings?) GF, PCH, FVYC
KP
Catfish - (Nonsense - catfish gulped down all the mousefish) GF
KPI
Chanticleer - (The rooster announces morning) GF, PCH, UTS
I
Comparison, A - (Comparison of snow and apple blossoms) CSR6, FP,
MPB, ODP, PB4, TT5
KP
Critic, The - (Reading a son to sleep) GWP
KP
Cuckoo clock, The - GF
KP
Days of the week, The - (Each one brings its tasks and pleasures)
GF
KP
Drum, The - (The drum is a noisy playfellow) GF, PVYC
KP
Moral song - (A naughty little frog) MC, RAR
PI
Morning at the beach - RS
PI
Parenthood - (Young birches dance like children but bigger ones
are more calm) MPB, OHP
KP
Penny problem - (How shall a child spend his pennies?) GWP
PI
Prayer - (A Christmas dream of angels and Bethlehem) LC
KP
Preference, A - (Prefers a windy, rainy day to freshen nature) GF
KP
Roller skates - (Roller skating in the city) GF
PI
Serious omission - (Child knows dragons exist but fails to find
real one) OHBP, RS, THBP, UTS
KP
Shops - (Shopping for aunt’s birthday gift) PCH
PI
Spring wish - (-to be free from school and swim like a frog)
GF, WR2
KP
Summer wish - (-to be a scarecrow so wouldn’t be oalled from
play) GF
-183Farrar, John (Cont’d)
PI
Threnody - (A dirge for autumn and a lost kite) GF, SUSU
KP
Tracks - (Rabbit tracks in snow) GF
PI
Water lily - GF
KPI ■
Windmill - GF
Q
Wish - (To be a frog in spring) RL3
Faulds, Lena E.
American flag, The - H
PI
Faunoe, F.
I
Five gulls - (Awe inspiring in their stateliness) NA5
I
Gray day - (Cloudy weather does not matter if people are happy)
NA6
I
Have you never? - (Walked through the fields in the rain?) NA5
I
If I were a swallow - (I would follow the sunrise around the
world) NA6
PI
M y nest - (Child tries to imagine problem of locating a nest)
NA4
PI
Seaside happiness - (Child wishes to stay) NA4
Fawcett,, Edgar
I
Grass - (Grass grows unnoticed) POS
I
To an oriole - BR6, OTP
I
Wild roses - (Contrast with choice roses) POS
Feeney, Leonard J.
PI
Milkman, The - (Early riser) MSP
Fennessey, Florence
P
Down and up - (Ways to wear hair) FH3
P
Down hill - (Different people go down hill in different ways) FH3
P
Stars - (Comet) FH3
-184Fenollosa , Mary
PI
Blossoms - PCH
I
Flying fish - CTBP
KP
Iris flowers - (Child mistakes iris for butterflies) RAR
PI
Kite-Flying - RAR
PI
Proud vegetables, The- GR, TT6
Ferguson, James
I
Auld daddy darkness (in Scotch dialect) - (Darkness comes so
children can sleep) CFBP, CBOV, C0BV3, GS, HBV, MC, PB5, PCH,
RGO
Ferguson, Samuel
I
Burial of King Cormac - (Cormac's body was carried by a flood
his chosen plaoe of burial) TVBH
I
Fairy thorn, The - (The fairies stole away a maiden) CH, STB
I
Forging of the anchor, The - TVSH
Field, Eugene
PI
Armenian lullaby - POC
I
Ashes on the slide - (Putting ashes on the snow slide) BBV
P
Balow, my bonnie - (A Scotch lullaby) POC
PI
Bambino - (A grandmother's lullaby) POC
I
Bell-Flower tree, The - (Memories of children's play under the
bell-flower tree) POC
PI
Bench-Legged fyce, The - (A pet dog) POC
P
Bill of fare, The - (Thanksgiving celebration) C03, LR2, EC2
PI
"BoohI" - (A game with baby) POC
PI
Bottle tree, The - (Lullaby about the milk bottle for babies)
LL, POC
PI
Child and mother - (A child's desire to share happiness with
mother) H, LL, MC, MPB, POC
Mother and I - CBOP
-185Field, Eugene (Cont'd)
I
Christmas Eve - (A lullaby
for Christmas Eve) GS
PI
Christmas wish, A - (Child
who wanted things) MC
would play Santa Claus to
I
Contentment - (The contented hen) CBOP, LL
KP
Croodlin' doo - (Lullaby) POC
PI
Cunnin' little thing, The - (Baby rules the household)
allchildren
POC
PI
Delectable ballad of the Waller Lot, The - (A maiden stolen by
the Indians was rescued by cowboys and a pup) POC
KP
Dinky-bird, The - (Dinky-bird sings in dreamland)LL, OHBP,
THBP, TSW, UTS
POC,
PI
Doll's wooing, The - POC, RS
P
Drum, The - (An imaginary victory is announced by a drum) PB3,
POC, HC1
KPI
Duel, The - (Toy dog and oat quarrel and devour each other)
CCP, C06, EC2, GF, HBV, LL, MC, OHBP, PB6, PEC, PTR4, POC, RAR,
RL3, THBP, TL4, UTS, WR5
PI
Fairy and child - LL, ODP, POC
I
Father's letter - (Father writes the news to an
PI
Fiddle-dee-dee - (A very annoying bird) LL, POC
I
Fire-Hangbird's nest, The - (The bird hung her nest out of the
reach of the boys) POC
I
Fisherman Jim’s kids - POC
P
Fly-Away horse, The - (Thefly-away horse
distant lands) LL, POC
PI
Ganderfeather's gift - (How a fairy left a mole on a child's
cheek) LL, POC
PI
Garden and cradle - (Our baby in the garden and in his cradle)
LL, POC
PI
Good-Children street - POC
PI
Grandma's prayer - (To be allowed to
heaven) POC
absent boy) POC
takesthesleeper to
mend angels'clothes
in
-186Field, Eugene
PI
(Cont'd)
Happy household, The-(Baby rules the household) POC
PI
Hawthorne children, The - (A visit to the seashore) POC
PI
Humming-Top, The - POC
I
Inscription for my little son's silver plate - (Grace at table)
POC, PPAL
PI
Intry-Mintry - (The children teach Father Time a counting-out
rhyme) POC
PI
Jest 'fore Christmas - DAD, H, HBV, MPB, OTP, POC, PP03, TC4
KPI
Kissing time - POC
I
Krinken - (Child enticed away by a mermaid) LL, PEC, POC
P
Lady Button-Eyes - (The lady who buttons up eyes at sleepy
time) LL, POC
PI
Little blue pigeon - (A Japanese lullaby) GBV, LL, POC, PP04,
T, TC4, TVSH
Japanese lullaby - ODP, PFEM, PG1
I
Little boy blue - (A boy's toys wait for his return) GR5, GS,
LL, POS, TB
PI
Little Miss Brag - (Neighboring children) POC
PI
Little-Oh-Dear - (A garden fbr a
PI
Little peach, The - POC, TL5, TSW
KP
Make-Believe land - (Make-believe land is vhere wishes come
true) MC
P
Naughty doll, The - POC
PI
Nightfall in Dordrecht - (Lullaby - windmill turns - fisherman
rests - dog sleeps - sleep, little tulip, sleep) POC, PR
PI
Night wind, The - (What the night wind says to a naughty child)
BR4, C0BV2, LL, N3, PB, PG1, POC, POS, PP03
PI
Norse lullaby - MPB, OHBP, PA3, PFEM, PG1, POC, S4, SUSU, THBP,
TY
PI
Oh, little child - (A Christmas lullaby) POC
I
Picnic-Time - POC
child to play in) LL, POC
Eugene (Cont’d)
Pitty-Pat and tippy-toe - (Children as they live through a day)
POC
Ride to Humpville, The - (Baby rides on a knee) LL, POC
Rock-a-by lady, The - (Lullaby) C0BV1, GS, LL, MPB, N3, ODP,
PB3, PCH, PG1, POC, POS, RS, TB
Seein’ things - (Only a naughty boy sees things at night) HBV,
MPB, OTP, POC, RS
Shuffle-Shoon and amber-locks - (Grandfather and grandson build
oastles) LL, POC
Shut-eye train - (Night is the time to board the shut-eye train)
LL, POC
Song - (Christmas story) FCP, GF, GWP, PCH, RAR
Songs Why do bells for Christmas ring?
- RAR
Star of the east - (The Christmas star) FCP, H
Sugar-Plum tree, The - (Mother tells sleepy child of sugar-plum
tree in garden of shut-eye town) HBV, LL, MC, MPB, N3, OHBP,
PB2, PCH, POC, THBP
Teeny-Weeny - (A boy plays horse with his father) LL, POC
Three kings, The - (The gifts of the three kings to the Christ
Child and the oontemperary gift of a child’s heart) GN
Three kings of Cologne, The - (Child gives his heart to Christ
as three kings brought gifts on Christinas Eve) GS, STP
To a little brook - (Playing beside the brook) POC
Two little skeezuoks, The - (Skeezucks went to a fair and
compared their life with civilization) MPB, NS5
Valentine, A - (A father's valentine to his daughter) POC
Wanderer, The - (Shell found on mountain top sang of sea)
CB06, TC6, TVSH, WPS
When I was a boy - (He slept in the attio) POC
With trumpet and drum - (Children marching) POC
Wynken, blynken and nod - (Child dreams that he sails off into
the sky) BR2, BVC, CBOP, CCP, CFBP, EC3, GS, HBV, L3, LL, MPB,
OTP, PB2, PCH, PEC, POC, PR, FVYC, RAR, RL3, TB, TSW, TV, TVSH, '
Dutch lullaby, The - PG1
-188Field, Rachel
PI
Acrobat - BG
I
After rain - (Raindrops) BG
KP
Almost - (Child can almost see fairies and hear seeds and stars)
PPE, SUSU
PI
Animal store, The - (Child would like to buy dogs, parrot and
monkey at animal store) CD3, CHR3, C02, OHBP, SS2, TAT, THRP, UTS
KP
April fool's day - LBD
KPI
At the bank - TAT
PI
At the theatre - GF, MPB, TAT
PI
Aunt Emmeline - (A friend to all the children) TAT
I
Back country - (Asking the way when travel signs are missing) BG
I
Ballad of spindle-wood. The - (A Christmas legend) BG
PI
KP
Barefoot days - (Child delights to walk barefoot in early summer
morning) TAT
Birthday, A - LBD
PI
Blind man, The - (The vender of pencils on a city street corner)
TAT
PI
Blue - (Nothing as blue as a bluebird) PPE
PI
Blue flowers - (Spring and summer months each have their own
flowers) TAT
I
Burning leaves - (The smell of burning leaves are a call to
adventure) PPE
PI
Captain Enoch - (Ship's captain) TAT
PI
Captain Jim - (Sea captain) TAT
P
Carpenters - (Watching carpenters
PI'
Catbird, The - TAT
PI
PI
at work) CB04
Charm for spring flowers, A - (Enjoy spring flowers but do not
touch) PPE
Checkerberries - TAT
Field, Rachel (Cont'd)
PI
Chestnut stands - TAT
KPI
China dog, The - TAT
KP
Christmas Day - LBD
KP
Circus day - LBD
PI
Circus garland, A - (Circus - from parade to the empty lot on
the day after) UTS
I
City lights - GF, PPE, S6
PI
City rain - CD3, S4, SS3,
PI
Cobbler’s, The - TAT
KP
County fair day - LBD
TAT
PI
Cranberry pool, The - (Shadows
in a pool) TAT
I
Cranberry road - (A walk along
cranberry road)MSP, TAT
KPI
Cuckoo-Clock shop, The -TAT
PI
Curly hair - (Child with curly hair has curly thoughts also) PPE
PI
Dancing - (Outdoors is the best place to dance)
PPE
PI
Dancing bear, The - PPE, TAT
KP
Day before Christmas, The - (Delivering Christmas presents) LBD
KP
Dog day, A - LBD
PI
Doorbells - (Child imagines people who might be at door) GWP,
OHBP, PPE, THBP
I
Early morning - (How rapturously the animals greeted their release
from Noah's ark) BG
KP
Easter - LBD
PI
Eighth Street West - (Eighth Street, New York at Christmas time)
BG
KP
Election Day - LBD
P
Elf buttons - (Would like an elf button and would take good care
to keep it) WP2
-190Field, Rachel (Cont'd)
PI
Elfin organ-grinder. The - TAT
PI
Elf tree, The - (Hunting for the
PI
Elves and apple trees - TAT
PI
Elves, go fetch your lanterns - (Light the pine cones) PPE
PI
Epilogue - (Yesterday's circusground) BG
I
Epitaph for a Scotch terrier
PI
Equestrienne - BG, CR4
P
tree where elves live) TAT
- BG
Fairy buttons - (if people knew where tiny, yellow mushrooms
grow, the fairies would have no buttons) HC3, PPE
PI
Familiarity - (Those living by the sea become too familiar with
it to appreciate it) PPE
PI
Family pew - (-in a country church) BG
I
Fir trees - (Sea dwarfed fir trees) PPE
PI
Fire,
A - (Wood fire) GF, PPE
KP
First
day of school - LBD
KP
First
day of vacation - LBD
KPI
Florist shop, The - S6
PI
Flower-cart man, The - TAT
PI
Fog - TAT
I
For a dog chasing fireflies - (Humans
PI
For a doll's house - (Furnishings) BG
PI
For Christinas - (Signs of Christmas everywhere)GWP,
KP
Fourth of July - LBD
PI
Freckles - (Appearance of children) TAT
PI
General store - (Description of a general store) GWP, OHBP,
THBP, SUSU
PI
Gentians may not stay - BG
also chasefireflies) BG
PPE
TAT
-191Field, Raohel (Cont'd)
PI
PI
Good green bus - TAT
1
Grace for an island meal - PPE
PI
Grandmother's brook - BG, CR4
PI
Grass island, The - (An imaginary island)
PI
Great-Uncle Willie - (Portrait on our wall) PPE
PI
G*.een fiddler. The - (An elfin fiddler) TAT
PI
Gunga - (The circus elephant) BG
I
Gypsies - OHBP, PPE, S6, THBP
PI
Gypsy children - GWP, TAT
I
Half past eight - (Bedtime for children but playtime for Peter
Pan) PPE
KP
Hallowe'en - LBD
PI
Harebells - (Harebells see and hear a thousand things) PPE
PI
Harebell time - TAT
I
Heard at night - (Country night noises) BG
PI
Hills, The - (What if the hills should shake?) PPE
I
House I know, A - (A friendly home) PPE
PI
House in the woods, The - (Hurry by the witch's
w o n ’t oast a spell on the intruder) PPE
PI
Houses - (Old houses are better than new ones) TAT
P
How old is an elf? - (Age privileges) WP3
PI
Ice-Cream man. The - GWP, TAT
PI
I'd like to be a lighthouse - GF, PT, TAT
PI
If I were a tree - (I'd be a pine tree) PPE
I
If once you have slept on an island - S6
I
In Holyrood - (Queen Mary of Scotland) PPE
P
In praise of dust - (Furniture dust is fine to draw on) PEE
house so she
-192Field, Raohel (Cont'd)
PI
In spring - (Child feels spring) PFE
PI
In the Japanese garden - PPE
PI
Islands - GF, PPE, TAT
PI
I want a pasture - (Countryliving) BG
PI
Kettledrums, The - TAT
I
Kitty's laugh - (is contagious) PPE
KP
Labor Day - LBD
KP
Last day of school - LBD
I
Legend - (A Christmas legend)
PI
Little old window, The - (Things of long ago) PFE
P
Little rose tree, The - (Child gives human characteristics to
eaoh rose) HH3, OHBP, PPE, SUSU, THBP
BG
P
"London Bridge" - PPE
PI
Loneliness - (Departure of a friend)
PPE
PI
Lost bell, The - (Where is the bell
BG
lost by a pet
PI
in the wood?)
Lost elf, The - (Stolen from elfland by folks) PPE
KP
Marble day - LBD
I
Marooned - (An old ship - BG, CB5
KP
May day - LBD
I
May in Cambridge - (When May comes,lessons
PI
Meeting - (Meeting a deer)
KP
Memorial Day - LBD
KPI
Merry-Go-Round - (Enjoyment of) PPE, UTS
KP
Midsummer's day - (Make a wish) LBD
PI
Miss Lucinda's garden - (An old-fashioned garden) TAT
PI
Mushroom gatherers, The - TAT
areforgotten)
S5, TAT
PPE
-193Field, Rachel (Cont'd)
PI
My inside-self - (inside and outside selves quite different) PPE
KP
New Year's Day - LBD
I
Northern song - (Daybreak in the country) BG
I
Northwest window, A - (A window opens to sea and sky) BG
I
Now every rose-tip's orange - PPE
PI
Old captains - C04, TAT, SS2
PI
Old coach road, The - (An abandoned road) C06, TAT
I
Old gardener time - (in autumn) BG
I
Old gypsies - (Stars and moon are ageless) TAT
I
Old houses - (Waiting and remembering) PPE
PI
Old man cutter - (The lobster man) TAT
PI
Old man schooner - TAT
PI
Old music box, The - BG
PI
Old postman, The - PPE
PI
Old schoolhouse, The - (A deserted rural sohoolhouse) TAT
PI
Old Scotch bagpiper, The - PPE
PI
Old wharves, The - TAT
PI
Parade - (Cirous parade) BG
KPI
Parrots - TAT
PI
Pasture song - (A winding pasture path by the sea) PPE
PI
Patchin Place - (An old part of a big city) TAT
PI
Peabody bird, The - TAT
PI
Performing seal, The - BG CR4
KP
Picnic day - LBD
PI
Piper, The - (Making tunes on a willow whistle) PPL
P
Playhouse key, The - (Child finding playhouse key wonders how
playhouse looks now in winter) MPB, OHBP, TAT, THBP
-194Field, Rachel (Cont'd)
PI
Pointed people, The - (Fairies, elves, or brownies?) MPB, PPE,
TT3
I
Prettymarsh - (A name on a sign suggests the type
PI
Pretzel man, The - TAT
PI
Pushcart row - (in the big city) TAT
I
Queen Katharine of England - PPE
I
Questions for a flying squirrel toanswer - BG
PI
Quiet child, The - (A witoh at night)PPE, TT3
PI
Rain in the city - GF, PPE
of place)
PI
Rainy nights - (Thoughts on rainy nights) PPE
PI
Rebellion in September - (Against lessons because
PPE
PI
Red-Capped moss - (An elf left his cap) TAT
PI
Red leaf - (On what tree did you grow?) TAT
PI
Reminiscences - (Thoughts of summer vaoation) TAT
KP
Restless balloon, The - PPE
I
Rhyme for trees, A - BG
PI
Roads - (Child imagines places where
PB1, PPE, R4, S5, THBP
KP
St. Patrick's Day - LBD
KP
St. Valentine's Day - LBD
PI
Sampler, The - PPE
PI
Sandwich men - TAT
PI
Sandy Sawyer - (The man who can make things grow when others
oan't) TAT
PI
Scissors-Grinder, The - PPE
PI
Secret land, The - (Fairyland) TAT
PI
September - (Crickets in September) TAT
BG
outdoor calls)
road might go) HC3, OHBP,
-195Field, Rachel (Cont'd)
I
Shadows, The - (Shadows on the mountain) PFE
PI
Skyscrapers - CD3, GCB02, GF, PPE,
I
Snow by night - (-in the city) BG
PI
Snow in the city - BG, CB6, CR4
I
Some people - (Different kinds of people) PPE, S6
PI
Something told the wild geese - (Wild geese know when it is time
to go south - BG
PI
Song for a blue roadster - (Riding in a roadster over the
countryside) PPE, PT
PI
Song for a pasture - TAT
I
Spring signs - BG
PI
Stay-Ashores, The - (A washing hung to dry on a oity roof) TAT
PI
Summer afternoon - (The summer afternoon call to different
children) TAT
PI
Summer morning, A - (Description of child waking in summer) PPE,
SUSU
PI
Sunday - (A church on the top of the hill) TAT
PI
Taking root - (A nature lover would like to take root on a
pasture slope) TAT
KPI
Taxis - FAS3, GF, MPB, OHBP, SS3, THBP, TT4
KPI
Thanksgiving Day - LBD
I
This afternoon - (Country living) BG
PI
This is the place - (Just the place for a vacation) TAT
PI
Thorn trees, The - BG
KPI
Thoughts - (Wool gathering) PPE
I
Thrushes - (Baby thrush and mother answer each other) PPE
I
Ticking d o c k s - BG, CB5
PI
Tides - TAT
TAT
-196Field, Rachel (Cont'd)
PI
Toadstool town
- (Toadstools are fairy homes) TAT
KPI
ToSee-saw- (A beloved dog now dead) PP
KPI
Toy shop, The - TAT
I
Traveller, The
- (When Lucinda travels into time or space she
must be undisturbed) PPE
PI
Tree toads, The - TAT
PI
Valentine for old dolls, A - PFE
KPI
Vegetables - GF, TAT
PI
Venetian beads - (Transport one to Venice during a boring
PPE
PI
Visitor, The - (An elf asks for tea) TAT
PI
Vow in midsummer, A - (A song to summer flowers) BG
KP
Washington’s Birthday - LBD
PI
What? No more witohes in New York? - (New York's night signs are
magioal) TAT
PI
When we went gathering cat-tails - (Saw a beautiful butterfly)
GF, PPE
KPI
When you played - (Playing one's own piano
accompaniment) PPE
PI
Where? - (in winter when families are snug
hurdy-gurdy men?) PPE
and warm where are the
PI
Whistles - (Boat whistles) GF, PPE
I
White birches - OCA, TAT
PI
Wild cranberry
PI
Wild honey - B G
PI
Wind, The - (Tricks of the wind) EG4, NA4, TAT
PI
Wishing - (Wishing in a fairy ring) TAT
PI
Woods - TAT
PI
Wood-Strawberries - TAT
PI
Years ago - (Gathering ground-pine at Christmas) BG
- (Are these Snow-White's fairy apples?) BG
sermon)
-197Field, Sara Bard
PI
Song of rain - (Poem written in rain rhythm) M 4
Field , Walter Taylor
I
Flag of the free - H, TC4
Fielding, Henry
I
A-hunting we will go - OTP
I
Hunting song, A - (Fox hunting) BVC
Fields, James T.
I
Captain’s daughter, The - (Captains daughter had faith in her
God in a storm) CLP, HBV, PEC, STP, TC4
Ballad of the tempest, The - LC, TY
Tempest, The - GCB04
I
Owl critic, The - (A youth criticizes the manner in which an owl
is stuffed, only to find the bird alive) BVC, PP04, RS, TB, TC6
PI
Song of the turtle and flamingo - (Nonsense verse) GN, T, TC5
I
Stars and stripes, The - H
P
Tempest, The - (A storm at sea) GCB04, LR4
Finch , Frances Miles
I
Blue and the grey, The - (Civil War soldiers honored in death)
CSBP, DAD, EC4, H, PAP, PP06, TC6
I
Nathan Hale - C0BV3, C2, PAP, PB5, TC5
Finch , Robert
I
Child’s song, A - (Water-lilies are fallen stars) NA4
Finn, Anita
P
Wind, The - (Listening for the things the wind tells about) SY
Finn, Gladys
I
American Radiator Building, The - SY
I
Streets - (-of New York) SY
-198Fisher, Alleen
P
Anyways - (A playmate) CPF
KP
April - (Shcwer) CPF
KP
P
April musie - CPF
Around the c o m e r - (Child playing in sand pile is aware of adult
looking and wonders if adult is wishing he were a child) CPF
KP
Away we go - (When mother plays a march) CPF
KP
Beetles - CPF
KP
Behavior - CPF
KP
Bug, A - (A bug with twenty feet) CPF
KP
Bunny - (Description of a little girl) CPF
KP
Camp fire - CPF
KP
Chair, A - (A chair that could be made into many playthings) CPF
KP
Clocks - (How do clocks know what time to strike?) CPF
KP
Coffee-Pot face, The - (Distorted face in the ooffeepot)
KP
Company - (Mother has a party) CPF
P
Counting sheep - (-to get asleep) CPF
P
Day dreams - (Children’s wishes)
CPF
KP
Difference - (What people
P
Dishes family, The - CPF
KP
Dog, A - (Everyone should have a dog)CPF, HR2
KP
Down in the hollow - CPF,
KP
Dragon-Fly, The - (Shedding its case) CPF
KP
Drawing - CPF
KP
Dreams - (Where are dreams when they are through?) CPF
PI
Everything - (Everything has a song) CPF
PI
Fall - CPF, THBP
drinkat meal
time) CPF
OHBP,SUSU, THBP
CPF, MPB
-199Fisher, Aileen (Cont'd)
P
Fortunes - (A sweater button is missing)
CPF
KP
Frog, The - CPF
PI
Garden, The - (How to make
PI
Geography - (A child learns beginning home geography and
locate familiar landmarks by direction) CPF
KP
Going away - (Home idea) CPF
KP
Grandfather Grimm - CPF
a garden) CPF
can
KP
Hilly little town, A - (A play village built on. side of a hill)
CPF
KP
Hinges - (A child's beginning awareness of own body joints are
like hinges) CPF
KP
Houses - CPF
KP
Icicles - CPF
KP
I never had a pony - (Substitutes for things one would like but
never had) CPF
P
In the puddle - (Looking at oneself in a
puddle) CPF
KP
Journey, A - (The journey of an ant over
a hand) CPF
KP
Kites - CPF
KP
Knowledge - (Roosters crow to wake whistles so
CPF
they will blow)
KP
Ladybug - (How does a ladybug keep warm in the
KP
Lakes - (Comparison of lakes and rivers) CPF
KP
Leaf, A - CPF
P
Leaf-Boats - (-on a pond) CPF
KP
Legs - (Awareness of parts of body and their functions)
KP
Lights - (Lights in winter and summer) CPF
P
Looking-Glass - (Looking-glass hung too high for child to use)
CPF
P
March wind - CPF
fall?) CPF
CPF
-200Fisher, Aileen (Cont’d)
KP
Modesty - (Toys wished for) CPF
KP
Moon - CPF
PI
Moth miller - CPF
P
Mulberries - CPF
KP
Mustaches - (Faces are bare without
mustaches) CPF
P
New house - (New environment is not
CPF
as satisfactory as old
KP
New shoes - CPF
KP
Night time - (Unafraid at night when the cricket ohirps)
PI
Noises - (Noises made by wagons, autos, sleighs and tractors) CPF
KP
On summer nights - (Light attracts insects) CPF
P
Otherwise - (Child queries of world
OHBP, RR3, SUSU, THBP
KP
Out walking - CPF
P
Possession - (Jealous of an uncle) CPF
KP
Race, The - (Child would like to race his camel tricycle
charger wagon) CPF, UTS
KP
Raggedy doll, The - (The raggedy doll is the favorite) CPF, THBP
KP
Rainfall - CPF
KP
Rainy day - (To the attic on a rainy day) CPF
P
Rich - (A family moves into the neighborhood) CPF,
P
Roads - CPF
KPI
Silver trees - (Tree leaves look silver in the fall and the trees
look silver in winter) CPF, THBP
KP
Snowman
PI
Snowman’s resolution, The - ( Snowman resolves
smile) OHBP, THBP
KP
Somersaults - (Toy bunny taunts elephant because he c a n ’t turn
somersaults) CPF, OHBP, THBP
one)
CPF
about him) CPF, GCB2,NP3,
GWP,
and
MPB
- (Child is glad he is real) CPF
to keep his
Fisher, Aileen. (Cont'd)
KP
Stars - CPF
KP
Storm - (Rain) CPF
KPI
Sun, The - CPF
KP
Tea party - CPF
KP
Things - (Child ideas of mountains, deserts and oceans) CPF
P
Thought - (Shoes hide holes in stockings) CPF
KP
Trees - CPF
KP
Tummy-aohe - CPF
P
Uncle Bill - (Walking with uncle) CPF
KP
Waiting - (How many times can a child jump rope while waiting
for mother to call again?) CPF
KP
Whispers - (Playmate whispers secret) CPF
P
World, The - (Child's idea of the world) CPF
Fisher, Elizabeth M.
P
Bobby's dream - (Bobby goes for a ride on a sea-horse) GR3
Fitzgerald, Edward
I
Ballad of Jenny the mare, The - (The mare wins a race) BVC
I
Old song - (in autumn read stories of olden times but in spring
go out in the meadows) GN, T
I
Song of the fire - (Autumn and winter best spent by the firej
spring, afield) OTP
Flaccus, William Kimball
PI
Ship of my dreams, The - (Call of the sea) SY
PI
Way of the river, The - (Wild life along the
river) SY
Flagg, Wilson
I
Lincoln family, The - (Birds in spring) HBV, OTP
Flash, Henry Lynden
I
Stonewall Jackson - (-In memory of) DAD
-202Flecker, James Elroy
I
Golden journey to Samarkand, The - (Caravan restless to be
started) LC
I
Old ships, The - (Thoughts of ships that sailed the Mediterranean
years ago) CH
I
Ship, an isle, a sickle moon, A - (Shadows) ODP
I
Stillness .- (Thoughts at night) CH
Fleming, Elizabeth
I
Chain of Prince Street, The - (Lights of Edinburgh) PCH
PI
My barrow - (A useful wheelbarrow) GF
KPI
Who's in - (Family away from home but flies, flames , dogs, etc.
still there) MSP
Fleming, Marjorie
I
Sonnet to a monkey - BVC
Fletcher, John Gould
I
Enduring, The - (Nature is eternal) TSW
I
Evening song - (Shelter flocks in evening) GN, OTP, P0S,T
Folding the flocks - CH, LC
I
Lincoln - (Abraham Lincoln) SP
I
Morning - (An autumn morning) POS
I
Song to Pan - ABVC
I
To Pan - LC
I
To the winter wind - (Winter signs) TSW
I
Weep no more - (The future is unknown) CH
Fletcher, Mary E .
KP
Little birds, The - (Child saves a baby bird from a cat) FVY.C
Flexner, James
PI
In the hours of darkness - (You cannot see goblins but you can
hear them) MPB, NS6
..
-203Flexner, Marion W.
KP
When I grow up - (Desire for orange color in clothing) CB02
Flight, Claude
KP
Confident, The - (Boy tells his pet dog about hisimaginary
adventures) THBP
Fooht, Mildred
I
Four trees - (At the corners of my house to guard
FH5
it from evil)
Foley, James W,
I
Yanks - (Yankee soldiers in the World War)
PAP
Follen, Eliza Lee
P
Annie’s garden - (Play in the flower garden) GC3,
PPAL
KP
Baby’s birthday, The - (Celebration) PPAL
KP
Birdie - (Child asks questions of bird) OTP, SSN
KP
Cooks and hens - SSN
P
Ding dongl Ding dongj - (Child makes up song about a
and kitty) PB2, SSN
KP
Do you guess it is I? - PPAL
KP
Fiddle de dee - (Dog will not tell why boy
P
Follow me - (Playing after school) PPAL
KP
Good moolly cow, The - (Milk from cow) PPAL
KP
Kitty in the basket - (Kitten asleep in lost basket)PG1,
KP
Little boy's good-night, The - OTP
KP
Little kitten, The - (Kitten, oat and pig go shopping
and a wig) GF, UTS
KP
Moon, The - (Child enjoys watching moon and moonlight)CBOP, CCP,
CFBP, EC3, MPB, OTP, PB1, RR2, RS
Oh2 look at the moon - SSN
KP
New moon, The - (Child would like to sit on the new moon and
rook) CLP, MC, PB2, PFEM, PG1, PPAL, PVYC, RAR, TV, TVSH
KP
Ringely, ringely - (Baby is ready for breakfast) SSN
bird, mouse
cried) SSN
SSN
for clothes
-204Follen, Eliza Lee (Cont’d)
PI
Runaway brook - (Child attempts to discover where brook goes)
CU2, GF, PB1, PG1, TY
Stop, stop pretty water - CLP, PFEM
P
Three little kittens - (Three little kittens lost their mittens)
GF, PB1, SSN
KP
Trusty learning A,
B, C - (Child tries to teach dog A B C )
KP
Walter and his dog - (Boy plays with dog) SSN
KP
Where are you going my little cat? - (Nonsenseabout
of animals) CFBP, PR1
SSN
theshopping
Forbes, Waldo Emerson
PI
Romance of the city, The - SY
Ford, Robert
I
Bonniest bairn in a ’ the w arl’,
to their own) GN
The - (All babies are bonniest
Foresman, Rebeooa
P
North wind. The - (North wind tellsrobins
but chickadee stays) EG2
P
Snowman, The - EG3
and wrens to migrate
Fortune, Jan Isbelle
P
Land of cotton, The - (How many bales to make a dress?)
RL2
Foster, Leonard G,
I
Eulogy - (Frances E. Willard)
DAD
Foster, M. Isabel
KP
Dust - (Three kinds of dust -street - stars
- daisies) APA
Foster, Stephen
I
My old Kentucky home - (Negro
I
Old folks at home - CSBP, PEC
folk song) CSBP,
Fowler, Elsie M»
KPI
If you’ve never - (Hallowe’en) GF, MW4
D3,
PEC, OTP
-205Fox-Smith, Cecily
I
Merchantmen - (Made sea life possible) FH5
I
Saint George of England - BBV
Francis, Colin
I
Tony 0 - (Nonsense) CH
Francis, Joseph
PI
Lion, A - (A lion went to a barber for a haircut) MPB
Franklin, Michael
PI
Scarecrow, The - (-Description of) SUSU
Frazee-Bower, Helen
I
I bid you keep some few small dreams - (Wanting
than having everything) MSP
things is better
Frazier, Jean
I
Wish, A - (-to be a sailor lad) NWS
Frazier, Mary
KP
Christmas time - LR1
Freeman, Carolyn R.
PI
Easter airplane, The - (The bumblebee is a
safe airplane) GF
French, Frank
KP
Waiting to grow - (Flowers under the snow)
GC3, PFEM
Freneau, Philip
I
On the death of Dr, Benjamin Franklin - D5
I
To the memory of the Americans who fell at Eutaw - (Fight at
Eutaw Springs resulted in withdrawal of British troops from
South Carolina) PAP
Frere, John Hookham
I
Boy and his top, The - (Keep a boy from being a dullard by
driving him as hard as a spinning top) OTP
I
Boy and the wolf, The - HBV, OTP
Frere, John Hookham (Cont'd)
I
Cavern and the hut, The - (Tired children do not learn their
lessons) OTP
I
Piece of glass and the piece of ice, The - (People who ask for
pity are usually scorned) OTP
I
Showing how the cavern followed the huts advice - (A riddle—
cellar) OTP
Frost, Frances
I
Apple song - (Apple harvest) CD4
I
Autumn morning - (in the farmyard) CB05
I
Ballad of the Christmas Star - (All nature watched the Christmas
Star) THBP
I
Boat yard - (Boats made by men who
PI
Cover - (Leaves in autumn) SUSU
lovethem) CB06
Frost, Robert
I
Aim was song, The - (How man learned to sing) H,LC, N6
I
Brook in the City, A - (A newly built city) TSW
PI
Dust of snow - (Change of mood) MSP
I
Good hours - (A walk thru a village on a winter’s eve)
I
Line-Gang, The - (Coming of telephone and telegraph) FH6, ODP
I
My What-is-it - (Riddle— grasshopper) RS
P
Old dog, The - RS
PI
Pasture, The - (Goes to pasture to clean spring and fetch calf)
CCP, CU3, GR5, NW3, PB2, RAR, SP, SUSU, THBP, TSW, UTS
I
Runaway, The - (-A colt) CH, CHR6, MPB, PB4, TSW
I
Stopping by woods on a snowy evening - GR6, NA5,ODP,OHBP, PB4,
SR4, SUSU, THBP, TSW, TT6, UTS
I
Storm-Fear - (Snow) ODP
I
To the thawing wind - RS
I
Tuft of flowers, The - (Farmer’s thoughts while working with hay)
LC, TSW
RGO, SS6
-207Fuller, Ethel Romig
PI
Frost - (Frost is an elf) GF
I
On the air - (Radio brings pleasure to those who live in lonely
plaoes) NW5
I
Proof - (Why wonder about God, wonders of science are beyond
common understanding) MSP
KPI
Wind is a cat - MPB, MSP, NS4, UTS
Fyleman, Rose
PI
Adam - (A man with seven sons) PRFL
PI
Alms in winter - (Gifts to open the gates of fairyland) FG, PCH
PI
Angel, An (Hebrew) - (A busy angel promised to send wings but
forgot) PRFL
KP
Apple tree, The - (Fairy threw an apple down to child) CD4, EG2,
FFF, GC2
PI
At dawn - (Evidences of fairies may be found in the fields early
in the morning) FFB, FFF
PI
Attic, The - (A place to play) FF, PCH
KP
Balloon man,
SUSU
P
Before - (Before being a little girl she was a bird) FG
KP
Best - (Family reactions to
KPI
Best games the fairies play, The - (Fairies slide down steeples)
CHR3, FC, FFB, GC3, GF, NW2, RR3, S4, SS4, THBP
P
Bibbilibonty (Dutch) - (Nonsense - repetitive verse) PRFL
KP
Bingo has an enemy - (Dog fights with neighbor dog) UTS
P
Birds - FF
P
Buildings, The - (Description of New York City's buildings
day and night) CU3
KPI
Butcher, The - FG
KP
Canary, The - (Pet canary is really a fairy) CS4,
P
Cat, The - (An Egyptian cat) SR3
The - (Child admires the balloons) CD3, FC,
HCP,
girl'sbest clothes) FFF
FFF, UTS
-208Fyleman, Rose (Cont'd)
PI
Cat's cradle - (Mother kelps with cat's
cradle) FC
KP
Chickens,
PRFL
KPI
Child next door, The - (Neighbor has lovely clothes but no faith
in fairies) FC, GWP, MPB, SP
PI
Christmas
P
Christmas pudding, The - (A fairy helps to make the Christmas
pudding) LCB
P
Christmas time - FF, N2
P
Clouds, The -
P
Cock, The - (The cock warns the fairies ofcomingmorning, so,
since he cannot fly high they sometimes make him a weather
vane) FC, UTS
P
Cock-a-doodle - (Cocks crowing very early) FF
P
Complaint, A - (The mushrooms (fairy stools) have all been
picked) FFB, FFF
KP
Consolation - (if you love the fairies and they love you nothing
else matters) FFB, FFF, GWP
KP
Conversation - (A cat and mouse talk together) PT
P
Country - (Advantages the country gives) FF
PI
Cousin Gwen -
PI
Cuckoo, The - (The fairies shut
thetreacherous cuckoo
clock) CHR4, FC, PR4, TC4,
UTS
The (German) - (Five chickens fighting for a worm)
Eve - (Who fills the fairies' stockings?) LCB
FF
FG
P
Daddy - FF
PI
Dance - PRFL
PI
Dancing game - PRFL
PI
Daphne bush, The - (Fairies danoe round thegarden)
PI
Dear my duck - (Russian) - (Counting
PI
Dentist, The - FG, GWP
KP
Differences - FC, GF, RAR
out for
in a
FFB,
a game) PRFL
FG
-209Fyleman, Rose (Cont'd)
PI
Difficulty, A - (Animals have their uses but what shall we do
with a little girl?) PRFL
PI
Doctor, The - FF
KPI
Donkey, The - (A donkey with
P
Dream, A - (-About stars) FF
PI
Dunsley Glen - (Dunsley Glen has fairies) FFB, FG
PI
Enchanged princess, The - FFB, FG
KP
Every fairy has a star - (The stars are fairy homes,lighted to
guide the fairies back) FFF
KPI
Fairies - (Child pretends that she is the fairy queen) FC, FFB,
MPB, PP04, RR3, TSW, TT3, TV, TVSH
KP
Fairies and chimneys - (Fairies pretend to be smoke or in the
chimney) FC, FFG, FH3, PVYC
PI
Fairies by the sea - FF
KPI
Fairies give thanks, The -(Fairies
gardens) FFB, FFF
PI
Fairies have never a penny to spend, The - (The fairies have
wealth and wisdom beyond understanding) FC, FFB, GBV, MC, MPB, NA,
ODP, PB3, SP, SS4, TVSH
a bell cannot
be lost
and birds
forlong) PT
convey thanks for
PI
Fairies in autumn - FFB, FG
PI
Fairies in the Malverns - FFB,
PI
Fairies send messengers, The
FFB, FG
KPI
Fairy ball, The - (Child invited to a fairy ball) FFB, FFF
KPI
Fairy flute,
The - (Brother plays a fairy flute) FFB, FFF, PT
PI
Fairy green,
The - (Standing on the magio green) FFB, FG
KP
Fairy lore -
(Description of) FFF, FFB
P
Fairy lover.
FFF
The - (A fairy offers magic to his loved one) FFB,
PI
Fairy lullaby for a mortal - (Fairies
FG
- (Messengers sent to the
sing tochild) FFF
children)
-210Fyleman, Rose (Cont’d)
PI
Fairy music - (Fairy music
ODP, TSW, TTG
always surrounds us) FFB, FG, H,
PI
Fairy queen to the goblin,
songs?) FFB, FG
The - (Did the goblin sing enchanted
PI
Fairy song - (Fairies dance with things of nature) FC, FFB
PI
Fairy tailor, The - (The fairy tailor longsfor costume
for queen) FAS4, FFB, FFF, TV, TVSH
PI
Fairy valentine, A - FF
PI
Fairy went a-marketing, A - (Fairy articles bought by a fairy and
her disposition of them) FAS3, FC, FFB, N3, NW3, OHBP, SUSU,
THBP, TT3, TVSH
KP
Family, The (German) - (A farm animal family) PRFL
PI
Fishing (Danish) - PRFL
PI
Flowers, The - (No gardner tends the flowers
GC3
KP
Fountain, The - (Child watches a fairy bathe in a fountain) FFB,
FC, GF, RR3
PI
Fourteen angels (Flemish) - (Fourteen angels round the bed) PRFL
PI
Fox has stolen the pudding bag, The (Czech) PRFL
KP
Goblin,
PI
Goblin to the fairy queen,
the fairy queen) FFB, FG
KPI
Gossip - (The fairies gossip) APA,
FF
P
Grannie - (Mother and grannie have
knee) FF
different cures for ahurt
I
Green lake, The - (The lake is always green for the fairies make
it so) FFF
KP
Grey billy-goat, The (Russian) - (A billy-goat, who ran away and
was eaten b y the wolves) PRFL
PI
Grocer, The - FF
PI
Grouse, The - (The grouse grumble at the fairies and they laugh
at him) FC
in the wood)
suitable
FF, EG6,
The (French) PRFL
The - (The goblin would be a knight to
Rose (Cont’d)
Grown-Ups - (Child view of relatives) FC, H
Hare, The (German) - PRFL
Harvest dance, The - (invitation to) CB05
Have you ever? (Dutch) - (Greedy Gregory) PRFL
Have you watched the fairies? - CCP, C02, FC, FFB, SP
Hayfield, The - (Fairies cross the hayfield) FFB, FG
Here comes a knight (German) - PRFL
Holes - (Holes in stockings) FF
Husky Hi (Norwegian) - (Norwegian folk poem) PRFL
I don’t like beetles - (Child’s dislikes) FC
If - (A child wishes to be a bird, a fairy, or a duchess) FC
If only - (Child feels urge to travel to the poles with only
his dog) APA, UTS
If you meet a fairy - (Fairies are not to be feared) FFB, FFF
In a strange land - (Lonesome for home and friends) CB06
In Bond Street - (A fairy danced in a girl's hair, as she walked
down the street) FFF
In China (Chinese) - (Why a Chinese girl's feet are bound) PRFL
In France - FF
In Holland - (Children in Holland) CR3, FF
Invitation - (Fairies issue an invitation, to child, to live
with them) FC, PR3
Island, The - (A place where fairies dwell) FFB, FG
I stood against a window - (Fairies seen thru the window) FC, FFB
Italian garden, A - (Song of) CB06
I tell a tale (Czeoh) PRFL
Jonathan (Dutch) - (Jonathan Gee and his cow) PRFL
-212Fyleman, Rose (Cont'd)
KP
Joys - (Sickness has its compensations)
FG
PI
King will want you. The (Chinese) PRFL
P
Larks (Armenian) PRFL
PI
Little bird, A (Norwegian) - (A little girl offers a bird a
home) PRFL
KP
Little boy (French) PRFL
PI
Little Christmas wish, A - LCB
PI
Little girl (Arabian) - (An Arabian girl's dream house) PRFL
PI
Little prince, The - (Prince tells of hispossessions) FFF
PI
Little prinoess, The - FF
KP
Little shepherdess to her lambs. The - (The shepherdess, and
nature, make music, while the little lambs dance) THBP
all
PI
Little walk, The - (Quiet in the daytime but perhaps fairies
along it at night) FFB
play
PI
Lovely lady - (A child imagines herself
P
Lullaby (Norwegian) PRFL
PI
Lullaby for the Virgin (Italian) PRFL
PI
Lures - (Ways to lure the fairies) FF
KP
Mary Middling - (Child had an average pig) SUSU
KP
Mee, ray, doh (German) - (Kitty has snowball feet)
PI
Mermaid, The - (A mermaid tries to lure thefairies) FF
KP
Mice - (Child likes mice) CD3, GCB2, MPB, MSP, SUSU
PI
Momotara - (A brave man who beat the giants) PRFL
KP
Moon,5he - (The moon goes where a child goes)CR2, FF
KP
Mother - (Mother, dressed for each time of day)FC, H, MPB
PI
Mr. Minnitt - (The cobbler) FF, GWP, PCH
PI
Mrs. Barks - (A saleswoman in the market)
as alovely lady) FF
FF
PRFL
-213Fyleman, Rose (Cont'd)
KP
Mrs. Brown - (Child imagines herself the mother of six) FG, GWP,
THBP
PI
Mushrooms (Russian) PRFL
PK
My donkey (Frenoh) - (Nonsense) PRFL
PI
My policeman - CHR2, FG, N2, SS2
KPI
New neighbors. The - GWP
PI
New Year's Day (Japanese) - (A Japanese New Year's Day) PRFL
KP
Oh dear!
I
Old tale - (Sleeping beauty) CB05
KP
Oranges and apples - (Apples are easier to eat) FF
PI
Peacock and dove - PRFL
KP
Peaoocks - (Peacocks sweep the fairy rooms for colors for their
feathers) FC, PVYC
PI
Pigeons (Japanese) PRFL
PI
Pilgrim fairy, The - FF
PI
Pillar box, The - (A post box in the British Isles) FG
P
Piper, piper - (Play a tune that will bring out the rabbits
fairies) FF
PI
Play, play (Arabian) - (Arab playing on his flute) PRFL
KPI
Please - (Be careful for fairies are about) CCP, FFB, FG, MPB
KP
Porridge plate, The - (Eating porridge to see the picture on the
dish) FG
KPI
Possessions (Welsh) - (The possessions valued by a Welshman) PRFL
KP
Postman, The - CHR3, FAS2, FF, EG2
P
Potatoes - FF
KP
Prepare - (The fairy queen is expected)
KP
Pussy-Cat mew (Welsh) PRFL
PI
Queen's jouse. The - (Fairies visit the queen's garden in spring)
FF
(Dutch) - (Aunt Lucy flew away on a goose) PRFL
and
FFB,FFF
-214Fyleman, Rose (Cont'd)
P
Questions and answers - (Thoughts of a cat, robin and
bee) CB03
KPI
Rainy morning - (Child walks with a fairy through the rain)
CS4, FFB, FFF
P
Rhyme - (A little old man in a little round house) FF
PI
Rhyme, A - ("The prettiest sight in the world, I think") FF
(About fairies)
PI
Richard has something to say - (-About his sister) GWP
KP
Robin, The - (The robin is the fairies page and does errands)
FC
PI
Robin's Christmas song, The - (Fairies look in at the Babe on
first Christmas morning) FFB, FG, LCB
the
PI
Rooks, The - (The rooks make the fairy laws) FC
P
Round and round (Italian) - (Folk game) PRFL
P
Sewing (Czech) - (Fox and squirrel help the hare) PRFL
PI
Shepherd (Dutch) PRFL
P
Ship, The - (Watching a ship from the bay) CB04
KP
Shop windows - (Window shopping) UTS
PI
Singing fairy, The - FFB, FG
KP
Singing-Time - (Waking time is singing time) FG, NP
PI
Sky, The - FF
PI
Skylark, The - (The skylark is the fairies' favorite bird)
FC, FFF
KP
Sleep-Cart, The (Lettish) - (The mouse brings dreams in the
sleep-oart) PRFL
KP
Sleep little dove (Italian) - (Lullaby) PRFL
PI
Smith Square, Westminster - (Fairies visit at night)
P
Snowdrops - FF
KPI
Sometimes - (Description of spontaneous happiness- fairy
FFB, FFF, TT3
PI
Sowing time (Armenian) - (Sowing corn which the sparrows eat)
FFB, FG
days)
PRFL
-215Fyleman, Rose (Cont’d)
KPI
Spanish rhyme, A (Tr. by Rose Fyleman) - (Two mice and a hen, all
dressed up, go strolling) APA
PI
Spinning song - (Spring is coming when spinning wheel can be put
away) CB04
P
Split rainbow, The - FF
PI
Spring, The - (A mountain spring)EG3,
PI
Stork, stork (Armenian) PRFL
KPI
Strange pair, A - (A witch, her cat and a dwarf fly together)
FFB, FFF
PI
Summer morning - (Child runs through the meadow and finds
fairies) FC, FFB
PI
Sun and moon (Danish) PRFL
P
Sun and moon - (Seeing the moon at
some dark night?) FF
PI
Temper - (Child, angry w h e n told not to read in bed, blew out
the moon) FFF
PI
Temple bar - (What did the dragon do to deserve a statue?) UTS
I
There used to be - (The fairies of Germany must be
PI
Thieving goblin, The - (Punishment for a thief) FF
KPI
This is the way the fairies sing - (Description of
and dancing) FFB, FFF
KP
Timothy - (Child’s cat is really a fairy prinoe) CSR2, GCB3, FFB,
FFF, UTS
KP
To the shop (Welsh) - (A pony goes to town to fetch groceries)
PRFL
P
Town - (Things to get in town) FF
PI
Trafalgar Square - (Could the lions on Nelson’s monument protect
him?) UTS
PI
Trees and fairies - (Tree gifts for the fairies) FFB, FC, RAR
I
Twelfth night - (Italian folk literature) PRFL
KPI
Useful hints - (Fairy uses of things of nature) FFB, FFF, PT
FG,
PT
day - could the sun be seen
gone) FC
fairy singing
-216Fyleman, Rose (Cont'd)
PI
Very lovely - (Child thinks a flood would be fun) FC,GF, MC
PI
Vision - (A fairy in the garden) FFB, FG, MC, PCH
PI
Visit,
KP
Visitor, A - (Child catches glimpse of something
disappears) FFF
KP
Visitors - (Fairies visited ohild ill, and in bed) FC, FFB
KPI
Voyage, A - (Fairies took child sailing to fairyland) FFB, FFF
P
Well I
KP
What I shall be - (Child plans grown life) FFF
What shall I be? - FZ3
PI
White magic - (Blind and deaf people see and hear fairies for
they are not hindered by ordinary sights and sounds) FC, FFB
PI
Will you come? - (Enticing the fairies) FF
PI
Willow princess, The - (Personification of willow trees) FFB, FFF
KP
Wishes - (Child wishes) GCB3, FC
P
Witch, witch - (How a witch lives) SR3
P
Yard, The - (A good and safe place to play) FF
PI
Yesterday in Oxford Street - (Child on a bus in Oxford Street
sees a fairy) FC, FFB, FP, OHBP, PCH, RS, THBP
P
You never know - (What some people like) SR3
The - (A visit to fairyland) FFB, FG
as it
never (Spanish) - (Two mice and a hen) PRFL
Gabbey, Dorothy
I
Derelict, The - SY
Galbreath, C. B.
I
In Flanders Fields (an answer) - (The live soldiers take the
challenge of the dead in the World War) H
Gale, Agnes
P
Saucy icicle, A - (Cried itself away) GR2
Gale, (Mrs.) Henry Gorden
KP
Icicle, The - (The ioicle cries because of the sun) PVYC
Gale, Norman
PI
Bad boy, The
- GS, TB
KPI
Bartholomew - (Mother describes her son) GS, HBV,
I
Country faith, The - ABVC, CBOP, OTP
I
Dawn and dark - T, TSW
KP
Fairy book, The - (Mother reads to child) GS,
TVSH
I
Voice, The - (A chance calling of mother'snamebrings
picture of her) OHP
OTP, RAR, SP
HBV, OHP, RAR, TV,
a vivid
Gales, Richard L.
KPI
Cockadoodledoo - (The Christ Child) FCP
PI
Guests, The - (Guests at the inn on Christmas
PI
In Praesepio - (The Christ Child in the inn) FCP
PI
Waiting for the kings
Eve) FCP
- (The coming of the three wise men) FCP
Galligher, F. O'Neill
PI
All alone tree, The alone) MC, PCH
(Children feel sorry for a tree that stands
Galsworthy, John
I
Valley of the shadow - (Soldier's dying prayer for peace) OHP
Gannett, William Channing
KPI
Mary's manger-song - GS
Gant, Margaret
PI
May-Time - (Signs of May) PCH
Garabrant, Nellie M.
I
--
Dandelion - (Life cycle) GF, PFEM, PG1
Gargan, Janet
PI
Japanese garden, A - CSR3
Garland, Hamlin
PI
Do you fear the wind? - (Face the severe weather and it will make
you strong) GR6, HBV, MPB, NW6, ODP, PB4, RLS6, SP, TC4, TSW, TT6
-218Garland, Hamlin (Cont’d)
I
In the days when the cattle ran - (Before the prairies were
settled) MPB, PB6
Garnett, Louise Ayres
PI
Fairy fiddles - (Summer sounds) CB03
KP
First night, The - (The beasts were glad to share their stable
with the Christ Child) THBP
I
Giant end the hill, The - (Giant used small hill for a stool)
CB04
I
If all the world were paper - ("Would I be paper, too?") CB04
PI
Jorridge and porridge - (Nonsense verse about a talkative friend
and a silent friend) GWP
PI
Up and down the street - (Making songs to rhythm of walking feet)
CB03
Garnett, Richard
I
Ballad of the boat, The - PG2
I
Marigold - (A cat) BFV
I
Nix, The - (The nix trades hair and face with a maiden) CTBP
Garrabrant, Nellie M.
PI
Fairy artist, The - (jack Frost is a fairy artist) PCH
Garrett, Elizabeth
P
Traffic lights - CB02
PI
Walking - (Walking for fun) CB03
Garrison , Theodosia
PI
April - CCP, GR5, MPB, PB2
I
Dreamers, The - (The homemaker and gypsies envied each other)
GWP, PB6
I
Memorial Day - (Memorial Day parade) MPB, OHP
I
Sainte Jeanne - (A prayer for Amerioa’s dead soldiers at the
shrine of Jeanne D'Arc) H
Garrison, Theodosia (Cont’d)
I
Shade - (Rest in the shade) OHP
I
Shepherd who stayed.
the sheep) OHP
The - (Storyof theshepherd who
stayed with
Garstin, Crosbie
I
Nooturne - CH
Garthwaite, Wymond
KP
Salt and pepper danoe, The - (Nonsense) GF
KP
'Spress - (Express train) GF
Gass, Emma Butler
PI
Go and get it - (To far lands for the food we eat) EGR3
Gassaway, Frank H.
I
Bay Billy - (Colonel's horse led his men tovictory)
TVSH
Gautier, Theophile
I
Departure of the swallows - (Swallows discuss plans) POS
Gay, Agnes Godfrey
KP
Spring of the year, The -
(Signs of spring) PVYC
Gay, John
I
Council of horses, The work) GN
(Horses decide that man pays for their
I
Fox at the
I
Lion and the cub, The - (Fable - A young lion imitated asses to
win praise) GN, OTP
I
Spell, The - (How to find
I
Turkey and
the ant, The - (The ant teaches the turkey a lesson)
PI
Warning, A
- (The safest place for children is at home) BVC
point of death, The - OTP
a true love) STB
Geaoh, E. F» A.
I
Romance - (Adventure liesround the corner)
FH5, ODP
OTP
-220Gibson, Wilfrid Wilson
I
Flannan Isle - (Unsolved mystery of) CH
I
Ice-Cart, The - (Dream of Arctic Regions, while actually in
intolerable heat) LC
I
Messages, The - (A weary soldier stumbled into a trench with
messages from dead companions) OHP
I
Parrots, The - (-Description) CH
Gifford, Fannie Stearns
I
Moon folly - (A man who wanted the moon) D3, PB6, RGO, TC4
I
Up a hill and a hill - (Up a hill all nature calls) PB4
Gifford, Humphrey
I
For soldiers - (Call to war) CH
Gilbert, William Schwenok
I
Captain Reece - (Nonsense verse about a captain of the Royal
Navy) GN, OTP, T
I
Disagreeable man, The - (Points out people's weakness
understand unpopularity) MPB
I
Ellen McJones Aberdeen - (A Scotch lassie admires the bag-pipe
player) TSW
PI
Fable of the magnet and the churn, The - (Magnet could not
attract silver churn) MPB
I
Mad Margaret's song - (Nonsense verse) RS
I
Magnet and the churn, The - (Magnet attracted iron in a hardware
shop but had no success with a silver churn) N6
I
Thomson Green and Harriet Hale - (Nonsense - family life)
I
Unrhymed limerick, An - (Nonsense - stung by a wasp) TSW
I
Yarn of the Nancy Bell, The - (A sea faring yarn) BBV, CBOV, CFBP,
GBV, PB6, PP06, STP, TSW
but cannot
TSW
Gilchrist, Marie Bmilie
I
Wreath for Persephone, A - (Persephone wandered among flowers) RAR
-221Gilder, Richard Watson
I
Burial of Sherman, The - PAP
KP
Christmas tree in the nursery, The - (Children waken and find
their Christmas tree) C0BV2, HBV, OHP
I
Comfort of the trees - (He, who
I
Easter - (Christ lives) DAD
I
Heroic age, The - (Every age is
I
Inauguration Day - (Praise, hope and prayer for the new
president) DAD
I
Memorial Day - (She watched the parade but thought of a grave far
away) OHP
PI
Midsummer song, A - PR
I
On the life-mask of Abraham Lincoln - (Mask showed strength of
Lincoln) DAD
died, loved trees) DAD
the time of opportunity) OHP
I
Sheridan - (Description) DAD
I
Sherman - (Sherman did his duty, what he felt he must) DAD
I
Song of a heathen, The - (Jesus Christ is a worthy leader)
I
Song of early autumn, A - (in autumn, prepare for winter) DAD
Gill, Frances
P
Green rain - (Birds enjoy bird bath) TT3
Gill, Julia
I
Christ and the little ones - CLP, GS, T
Gilman, Caroline
PI
Child's wish in June - (A lazy day in June) CLP
Gilmore, Anna Neil
I
February - (February personified, dressed for winter) DAD
GinBberg, Louis
I
Wind, The - RS
LC
-222Giulano, Nicholas
KP
Swing, The - (The moon would make a fine
swing) SY
Given, Ella
P
Noah's ark - (Description
of toy) CHR2
Glaubitz, Graoe
KP
Walking - (Trying to keep
up with daddy)
GF
Gode, Marguerite
KP
Nature’s wash day - (Rain
them) GF
tobathe her children and sun to dry
Godley, Elizabeth
KP
Little house, The - (A tiny man lives in a completelyfurnished
house in a tree, and how you may know if he visits you) THBP
PI
Ragged robin - (A careless boy) PT
Going, Charles Buxton
I
Columbus - H
Golding, Louis
I
Ploughman at the plough - (Description of) OHP
Goldsmith, Oliver
PI
Elegy on the glory of her sex, Mrs, Mary Blaise, An - PPB
I
First, best country, The - (Each native believes his country to
be the best) GN
I
Village schoolmaster, The - (Description) EC5, TVSH
Schoolmaster, The - LC
Goldstone, Richard
I
Marco Polo - (Tales of) CD6
Gornei
KP
Baby's hands - (Hands just big enough to hold a ohestnut) MPB
Goodale, Dora Read
PI
High and low - (Sun and rain serve everything) PR
Goodale, Dora Reed (Cont'd)
PI
May basket, The - (Making May baskets) PCH
I
Winter - (Comparison of seasons) POS
Goodfellow, E. J. H.
KP
Dandelion, The - (Dandelion's hair grew white and blew away)
CD2, PVYC
KP
Our flag - (in praise of the red, white and blue) PVYC
KP
Two kittens - (Two kittens play)
PVYC
Goodrich, Samuel Griswold
I
Horse, The - (Different uses of) ABVC
I
River, The - PFEM
At. to Unknown - The river, POS
Goodstein, Jeanne
I
Snow - SY
Googe, Bamabe
I
Fly, The - (Flies cannot suffer from love) CH
Gordon, Lesley
PI
Armadillo, The - GF
Gorman, Herbert S.
I
Satyrs and the moon, The - TSW
Gosse, Edmund
I
On yes tor - (Description of a swamp) CH
Gould, Alice Lawry
I
Small rain - (A sonnet, using ten words chosen asloveliest in
the English language) MSP
Gould, Gerald
I
Wander-Thirst - FH5, ODP, SS5, TSW, TVSH
Gould, Hannah Flagg
PI
Crocus' soliloquy, The - (Awaiting the call of spring)
PFEM
Gould, Hanna Flagg (Cont'd)
PI
Frost, The - (Frost at work out of doors and in) CFBP, HBV, OTP,
PB3, PEC, PFEM, RS, TV
Jack Frost - CLP, DAD, EC4, PG1, PP04, PR
I
Ground laurel, The - (Finding it in spring) PFEM
I
Name in the sand, A - (Memories of us are soon as nonexistent as
marks in the sands after waves have rolled up - except in heaven)
PEC
PI
Song of the bees - (Harvesting the honey) OTP
Graham of Gartmore
I
If doughty deeds my lady please - (How to please a lady?) TVSH
Grahame, Kenneth
I
Christmas carol - MPB
Carol - OHP
PI
Duck's ditty - (Ducks put their heads under water to reaoh for
something to eat) MC, MPB, PCH, PT, RAR, SUSU, TT6, UTS
Grant, John Cameron
I
John Greenleaf Whittier - (Whittier lives on) DAD
Grant, Robert
I
Majesty and Mercy of God, The - OHP
Graves, Alfred Perceval
I
Father O'Flynn - (FatherO'Flynn
KPI
Irish lullaby, An - GS
I
Sailor girl, The - (A brave
helpedhis people)
girl goes insearch
ofher
Graves, John Woodcock
I
John Peel -
(A drink to John Peel, the hunter) CH
Graves, Robert
I
Caterpillar, The - PB4
I
Cruel moon.
I
Double red daisies - PCH
The - (Too far away to do harm) TSW
ABVC
sailor) RS
Graves, Robert (Cont’d)
I
Frosty night, A - (Happiness made it seem warm) CH
PI
I'd love to be a fairy's child - (Fairy children enjoy many
privileges) CCP, MC, PB2, TSW, WP2
I
In the wilderness - (A story of Christ)
I
I wonder what it
tub) TSW
I
Lost love - (So grief stricken that he can hear small sounds at
great distances) CH
I
Star-Talk - ODP, RGO
CH
feels like to be drowned - (Thoughts in a bath­
Gray, Thomas
I
Bard, The - (Song of revenge) BPB
I
Spring - (Description) LC
Greenaway, Kate
P
As I was walking up the street - (A fairy gift for Mary) UW
KP
At school - (Little girls not too attentive to lessons) MG
KP
Baby mine - Mother sings of baby) MG, RAR
KP
Ball- (Playing ball) MG,
K
Blue
KP
Boats sail away, The - (Dancing on the beach) UW
KP
Howl awayi - (Hoop bowling) UW
KP
Butcher's boy met a baker's boy, A - UW
KP
Cats have come to tea, The - CSR4, GG2,
All the cats - SSN
KP
Child’s song - (Curious blackbird listens to king and queen's
conversation) MG, PCH
KP
Daisies, The - (Do daisies mind if some are picked?) MG, MPB, RAR
KP
Dancing family, The - (Family danced all day) MG
KP
Finest, biggest fish you see, The - (Fishing) UW
PCH
shoes - (Small child cannot
go far alone) MG, MPB, RAR
MG, PCH
Greenaway, Kate (Cont’d)
KP
First arrivals - (Early at a party) MG
KP
Five little sisters - (-and five little marigolds) UW
P
Flower boat,
A - (Float a flower boat down the stream) Nl
KP
For what are you longing, you three little boys? - UW
KP
Four princesses. The - (Four beautiful princesses lived in a
tower, but no one knew them) C0BV2, MG
KP
From market - (Song) MG
KP
From wonder world - (What does a small child see and know?) MG
KP
Genteel family, A - (Perfect children a good example) MG
KP
Going to see grandmamma - (Children walking to see grandmother)
MG
KPI
Happy child, A - (Many things to make a child happy) CBOV, CCP,
OTP, PPAL
KP
Happy days - (Plans for a birthday party) MG
KP
Heigh Ho! - (Time passes very slowly for a lonesome girl) UW
KP
Higgledy, piggledy - (The day promises to be an exciting one)
KP
I saw a ship - C0BV1, UW
KP
UW
In an apple tree - (Children talk in an apple tree) MG
KP
"In go-cart so tiny" - (Child promises to ride sister round the
world - tomorrow) SSN, UW
KP
Indeed it is true - (Man and dog in the moon) UW
KP
It was Tommy who said - (Who is happiest in spring?) UW
KP
Lamb, The - (Urging lamb home after frolic) CBOV, OTP, PPAL, SSN
KP
Little baby - UW
PI
Little Fanny wears a hat - (Brother and sister walking) UW
KP
Little girls and little lambs - (Description of spring) MG
KP
Little jumping girls. The - (Jumping game) MG, MPB, Nl
KP
Little London girl, The - (Child prefers the country) MG
-227Greenaway, Kate (Cont'd)
KP
Little Miss Patty and Master Paul - (-find two snails) UW
KP
Little Phillis - (Child of two visits with adult) MG
KP
Little Polly, will you go a-walking today? - UW
KP
Little queen’s coming, The - (Watching for the queen) MG
KP
Little wind - (Wind, blow away the rain) C0BV1, GF, SUSU, UW
PI
Maiden looking at London from hilltop - UW
KP
Mammas and babies - (Playing house) MG
I
Margery Brown - (Looking at London from a hill) CFBP,
KP
Miss Molly and the little fishes - (Molly advised to return
captive fish) MG
KP
My house is red - (A contented child) UW
KP
My little girlie - (Viihat does child look for as she
KP
My robin - C0BV1
KP
Now, all of you - (Nonsense - a tale forgottenbefore it is begun)
UW
P
0 ring the bells - (May day flowers andgreetings)
KP
On the bridge - (Child, wishing for something tohappen,decides
to send out a flower boat) MC, MG, MPB, BAR, SSN
KP
On the wall top - (Playing) MG
KP
Pipe thee high - (Piping for dancers) UW
KP
Polly's,Peg’s and Poppety's -
KP
Poor Dicky’s dead - (Pet bird) UW
I
Prince Finikin - CFBP, SSN, UW
KP
Ring the bells - ring! - (Nonsense) UW
KP
Ring-A-Ring - (Play) MG, MPB
KPI
School is over - UW
KP
"Shall I sing?", says the lark - UW
(Newclothes) SSN,
C0BV2
looks?) MG
SSN, UW
UW
-228Greenaway, Kate (Cont'd)
KP
Some geese went out a-walking - (Annoyed an old woman with their
cackling) UW
KPI
Somewhere town - (The day promises adventure to the early riser)
C0BV1
KP
Street show - (Watching a street show) MG
PI
Susan Blue - (Taking a walk) MG, MPB, RAR
P
Tea-Party, The - (Children have a tea-party) CCP, MC, MG, MPB,
OTP, PPAL
KP
Three little girls were sitting on a rail - (Conversing) UW
PI
Three tabbies took out their cats to tea - UW
KP
Tip-A-Toe - (Play) MG
KP
To baby - (ll/hat will baby see?) MG, MPB
KP
To mystery land - (Children try to see over the garden wall) MG
PI
To the sim door - (Children longed to travel with the sun) C0BV1,
MG
KP
Tommy was a silly boy - (The boy who
KPI
Twelve Miss Pelicoes, The - UW
KPI
Under
the window is my garden - (inhere dwells arobin)
KP
Under
rose arches - (Rose celebration) MG
KP
Wedding bells, The - (Children went to a wedding) MG
P
What I have - (A tulip and a kitten) Nl
KP
What is Tommy running for - (-Chased
KP
When we went out with grandmamma - (Walking with grandmother too
formal) MG
KP
When you and I grow up - (Plan to go sailing) MG,
KP
Which
P
Will you be my little wife? - (Playing) C0BV1, UW
KP
Willy and his sister - (Willy asks his sister to take him to the
mill) MG
wanted to fly) UW
UW
by his playmate) UW
MPB, PCH
is the way to Somewhere Town? - UW
Greenaway, Kate (Cont'd)
KP
Wishes - (Wishing to be a girl instead of a boy,and reverse) MG
KP
Yes, it is sad of them - (Rowing tho forbidden) UW
KP
Yes, that’s the girl that struts about - UW
KP
You are going out to tea to-day - (How to behave
KPI
You see, merry Phillis - (Tea in the garden) UW
at a tea) UW
Greene, Kathleen Conyngham
PI
Old Joan - (Old woman who knows all the stories ever told) PCH
Greene, Robert
I
Doron’s jig - (Shepherd won a nymph) LC
I
Menaphon's roundelay - (A fly allowed, by an eagle, to sit with
him) LC
Greene, Sarah Platt
I
De sheepfol* - (Negro dialect) C0BV3
Gregg, Lucinda J.
I
Boston grasshopper, The - (Grasshopper sings of growth of Boston)
LC, POS
Gregory, Isabella Augusta
I
Army of the Sidhe, The - (Fairy folk who lived in Ireland long
ago) SP
I
Come ride and ride to the garden - SUSU
Grey of Falloden, Pamela
I
Echo - (Echo cannot be seen) CH
Griffith, William
I
Canticle - (Birds pray to the oak for a long summer) LC
I
Spring song - (Thrushes are here) MPB
Grimes, Katherine Atherton
I
Spring song - (Spring signs) CZ4
-230Griswold, Elizabeth, M,
I
Freedom's natal day - (All nations watch our free country) DAD
Grose, Sarah Louise
P
Disappointment, A - (A radiator sings the same tune as the
popcorn cart, but will not pop corn) CD3
P
Indian villages - (Corn stalks, after harvest, look like
wigwams) CD3
Group of Children, Age 9
PI
Spring - SY
Grove, Eliza
KPI
Cat to her kittens, A - OTP
KP
Dancing lesson, The - OTP
KP
Greedy piggy that ate too fast, The - (-Ate a spoon by mistake)
OTP
P
Little hobby-horse, A - OTP
Grover , Edwin Osgood
I
Southward bound - (Autumn signs) FH5, ODP
Gue st, Edgar A.
I
Boys wanted - (Ambitious, willing, intelligent) D6
I
Creed, A - (A flag day pledge) H, S4
I
It couldn't be done - (A challenge) GCB06, LR6
I
Results and roses - (To gain results work) TC6
Guiney, Louise Imogen
I
Knight errant - (St, George's prayer) LC
I
Memorial Day - DAD
PI
Out in the fields with God - (Cast aside cares and fears) MPB
Guiterman, Arthur
I
Ambiguous dog, The - (Friendly or an enemy?) NP6
-231Guiterman, Arthur (Cont’d)
I
At Thermopylae - (Leonidas answered challenge) N5
I
Boy and a pup, A - (Relationship between) MPB, UTS
I
Cardinal bird, The - (Description of) EG6, TC5
PI
Chums - (Three boys) GWP, MPB
I
Columbines - (Coming of columbines) LC
I
Daniel Boone - (Daniel Boone kept moving, looking for "elbow
room") MPB
I
Etiquette - (Cats eat captured prey, then wash) CHR6
I
First Thanksgiving, The - (Shipful of supplies came to Pilgrims
when their need was great) DAD
KPI
Garden song - (Flowers to attract humming birds and butterflies)
MSP
I
He leads us still - (Lincoln set an example worthy of effort) OHP
I
Indian pipe and moccasin flower - (Flowers in memory of Indians)
SUSU
I
Little lost pup, The - (A lost pup found by an understanding
master) NW6, SS5, TL5
I
Lost children - (Lost through careless habits) S4
KP
Nature note - (Kangaroos do not choose to run so they
SUSU
I
Oregon trail, The - (Two hundred wagons going west) CD6, MPB, S6
I
Our Colonel - (Theodore Roosevelt) H
I
Pioneer, The - (Unknown - the pioneer feels satisfaction in his
work) FH5, MPB, WP5
I
Quivira - (Story of the priest who traveled with Coronado)
I
So once in every year - (We are thankful) CHR5
PI
Starlighter, The - (Lighting up the stars) GWP, MSP
I
Strictly gem-proof - CS6, PB6
I
Tall men, The - (A song of the Kentucky pioneers) S6
hop) CD4,
STP
-232Guiterman, Arthur (Cont’d)
I
Tract for autos, A - (The tale of a good little auto and a bad
little auto) CS5, MPB, NS6, PB6, TC6
I
Tubby hook - (Why Spuyten Duyvil creek has foam) TSW
PI
Viewpoints - (World looked upside down because of bat’s position)
S4, UTS
PI
What the gray oat sings - (Witch changed weaver to a cat which
still purrs weaving song) MPB
I
Young Washington - (Embassy to the French Forts, 1753) MPB, OHP
Gustafson, J. B.
PI
April - TY
Guthrie, Thomas Anstey
PI
Wreck of the steamship "Puffin", The - (A toy shipwreck) BVC, GS
H., H. Pseud,
See Jackson, Helen Hunt
H,, S.
KP
Funny doors, The - (in stores) SY
Hadley, Lizzie M,
P
Rainbow fairies, The - (The rainbow) C0BV1, TB, TV, TVSH
Iiagedorn, Hermann
I
Mother in the house, The - (Beauty of
mother’s eyes) OHP
I
Troop of the guards - (Riding out at dawn) OHP, PTR8
Hale, Edward Everett
I
Columbus - H
Hale, John
KP
All on a foggy morning) SY
Hale, Sara J.
KP
Mary's lamb - (Mary’s lamb waited for
PG1, RS
Mary had a little lamb - PB2, SSN
At. - Unknown
her at school) CB, GF, HBV,
Hall, Carolyn
KP
Fireflies - (Firefly lights those near but longs to be a shooting
star) GF, MPB, PCH, TSW, UTS
Hall, Hazel
P
Ioe Cream - (Good on a hot day) HR3
PI
Two sewing - (Wind is a seamstress who makes clothes for spring)
MSP
Halleck, Fitz-Greene
I
Marco Bozzaris - (Greeks took Turks
defending homes) GN, PEC
unawares and won battle
Halpine, Charles G.
I
Song of the soldiers - (U. S. Civil War) PAP
Halsey, Carley Watson
I
Danger - (A challenging life is fraught with danger) MW6
Hamilton, David Osborne
I
To men unborn - (Reminding youth of the price of peace) H
Hamilton, John
I
Cold blows the wind - (No desire to get up early on a cold
• morning) CH
Hammond, Eleanor
PI
April Fool - CSR4, GF
KPI
Honest Mr, Robin - (Works for his rent) GF
PI
In September - (The tree sends a letter announcing winter) GF
P
Letter, The - (A leaf sent by a tree in autumn) HR2
P
Lonely wind - (Shut out in the winter) GF, HH3
PI
Magic window, The - (Pictures seen thru the window, change with
seasons) MPB
PI
March - (A busy worker preparing for spring) GF
P
Rain in April - GF, PB1
-234Hammond, Eleanor (Cont’d)
PI
Sleepy maple trees, The - (Go to sleep so early they miss holiday
season) GF
KP
St. Patrick’s Day - GF
KP
Valentine, A - (Outdoor valentine) GF
Hancock, Carolyn
KP
Ninety-Nine - (Wishing to grow up) RS
KP
Stars - RS
Hardy, Jane L.
I
Lincoln - (Lincoln was God’s choice for his country's leader) OHP
Hardy, Thomas
I
Afterwards - (Will people remember his pleasure in natural life?)
CH
I
Budmouth dears - (Soldier's song) CH
I
Fallow deer at the lonely house, The - (Looks in at the window)
CH
I
I found her out there - (And buried her by the sea) CH
I
Men who march away - (Soldiers marching to meet Bonaparte) CH
I
Midnight on the great western - (Child traveling alone on a train
looks forlorn) CH
I
Oxen, The - (On Christmas eve) FCP, GT, ODP, TVSH
I
Trafalgar - (Crews fought storm outside bay) CH
I
Weathers - (Summer and fall) CH
Harman, Elizabethe
I
Soldier's dirge, The - (Honor to our soldier dead) DAD, H
Harrington, Sarah Jane S.
KP
Baby's bath, The - (Baby enjoys bath)
KP
Happy birds - (Cycle - from eggs to singing birds) RAR
KP
My little boat - (Child sails his boat) RAR
-235Harrington, Sarah Jane S. (Cont’d)
KP
My pets - (Kitten, dog and bird) RAR, GCB2
Harris, Walt
I
What spoiled the pot pie - (The crew discovered a savage tribe
making pot pie) PB4
Harriss, Mary Virginia
KP
If I had my way - (Always playing) SY
Harte, Bret
I
Battle bunny (Malvern Hill, 1864) - (in battle a rabbit took
refuge in the breast of a corporal) ABVC
I
Greyport legend, A - (Legend of children drowned while playing on
an old boat) GN
I
"How are you, sanitary?" - (Out of the U. S. Sanitary Commission,
in the Civil War, grew the Red Cross) PAP
I
Jessie - (Description) GN
I
John Burns of Gettysburg - (A local farmer joined the fight at
Gettysburg) ABVC, PAP
I
Reveille, The - (The nation answers the call of the drum)
CTBP, GN, OHP, TVSH
I
What the chimney sang - (The wind in the chimney sang different
songs to different people) CFBP
Harte, Francis Bret
I
Chicago - (Chicago fire) DAD
Hartley, Suzan
I
Holly - PFEM
I
Marigolds - (How nature first made marigolds) PFEM
Hartzell, J. Hazard
I
Autumn is ended - (Hearthfire most cheerful place) POS
I
Fields of corn, The - (Life of com) POS
I
Golden orioles, The - (Orioles built a nestand raised young) POS
Hartzell, J. Hazard (Cont *d)
I
Snowstorm, The - POS
Harvey, James Clarence
I
Rabbi and the prince, The - (A prince doubts God, because he
cannot see him) STP
Harvy, William
KP
Boy with the little bare toes, The - (Child disturbed a bird's
nest and the mother bird frightened him) MC
Haselden, Percy
P
Mills - (Fairies turn waterwheels, giants turn windmills) GC3
Haste, Gwendolen
P
Fairyland - (The woods behind the house are fairyland) EG3
Hastings, Flora
P
Early rising - (On a spring morning all nature is awake) GS, OTP
Spring morning
P
Prayers - (What to think, of when praying) STP
PI
To a butterfly - OTP, PFEM
Hatch, Eleanore
P
Our flag - (Long may it fly) EG1
Haugsen, Mattie Lee
PI
Her choice - (if she had to be a flower, would be a rose) GF
KP
Her favorites - (Favorite clothes are play clothes for climbing)
PCH
KP
Lovely bed, A - (Bees and butterflies sleep in hollyhocks) GF
KP
Spider web, The - GF
Havergal, Frances Ridley
I
Bells across the snow - (Christmas bells bring memories and
peace) DAD
I
Song of a summer stream, The - (Contrast summer and winter) POS
1
-237Hawker, Robert Stephen
PI
Aunt Maryt A Cornish Christinas chant - (Holly with its drops of
blood is the tree for the poor) OHP, TB
I
Cornish emigrant's song, The - (Song of coming to America) ABVC
PI
Cuckoo's wit, The - MCornish folk-song" - (A detestible bird) BVC
I
Holly, The - BVC
I
Song of the western men - (Cornish men determined to rescue
Trelawney, who was imprisoned in Tower of London in May 1688 for
signing petition against second declaration of indulgence!) BVC
CSBP, TVSH
Hawkes, Charles
I
Bilin' sap - PB6
Hawkins, H. P.
I
Good shepherd, The - GS
Hawkshaw, Mrs. Ann
P
Carpenter’s shop, The - (Conversation of a carpenter's tools)
ABVC
PI
Chorus of frogs, The - OTP
KP
Clocking hen, The - (A hen hatched chicks) - C0BV1, OTP, SSN
Clucking hen, The - PPAL
At, Unknown - Clucking hen, The - PB1
At. Unknown - Clocking hen, The - CLP, HBV, OTP
PI
Common things - (Are enjoyed by all humans)OTP
PI
Cuckoo, The - (Most conceited bird)
PI
Dame Duck's first
her brood how to
Dame Duck's
At. Unknown
KP
Freddie and the cherry-tree - (Child wanted cherries which he
could not reach) ABVC, OTP, SSN
PI
Glow-Worms, The - OTP
PI
Great brown owl, The - (Owl
I
Little hare, The - (Hare escaped
ABVC
lecture on education - (Mother duck teaches
behave) BVC, OTP, T
lecture to her ducklings - SSN
- CLP, C0BV1
sees at night) ABVC, C0BV2, OTP
from hunters) ABVC
-238
Hawkshaw, Mrs. Ann (Cont'd)
KP
Little raindrops - (Child kept indoors by the rain, watches the
raindrops on the window) ABVC, EC2, HBV, OTP, PB1, SSN, TB
KP
Muffin-Man's bell, The - OTP
KPI
Old kitchen clock, The - OTP
KP
Pussy-Cat - (Catching mice) BVC, OTP, TB
KP
Robin red-breasts, The - (Baby robins set an example of cheerful
obedience) OTP, SSN
KP
Turtle-Dove1s nest, The - (Doves live together without quarreling)
OTP, SSN
I
Water-Mill, The - (Life at a mill) ABVC, BVC, CLP, OTP, TB
PI
Waves on the seashore, The - OTP
PI
Young linnets, The - OTP
Hawtrey■, (Mrs.)
PI
Boys* play and girls' play - CLP
Hay, John
I
Enchanted shirt, The - (A king grew well from helping others)
ABVC, BBV, GN, GS, NA5, TSW
I
Jim Bludso - (A river boat captain saves the lives of his
passengers) PB6
I
Little breeches - (Child rescued from runaway horses in a snow
storm) TSW
I
Miles Keogh's horse - (Horse alone survived Custer's battle with
Indians) ABVC
Hayes, Nancy M.
PI
At night in the wood - (The creatures who waken at night) TV, TVSH
PI
Shiny little house, The - (Child wishes for a tiny house to clean)
SUSU
Hayman, Robert
I
Of the great and famous - (Sir Francis Drake and Robert Hayman) CH
-239Hayne, Paul Hamilton
I
Aspects of the pines - PP06
PI
Pine needles - (Mother nature uses needles
leaves) C05, PCH, PFEM, SS4
I
Spring prophecies - EG6
I
To 0. W. Holmes - DAD
I
Will and I - (Father and son roam the hills) PP05
I
Winds of winter, The - POS
I
Band of bluebirdsin autumn, A - PP05
I
Oliver Wendell Holmes - (in memory of) DAD
of the pine to patch
Haynes, Carol
KP
Aunt Selina - (Would like to ask aunt some questions) MPB
Headland, Isaac Taylor (Tr.)
I
Abacus, An - (Riddle) CRC
PI
Advice - (Men going to war should take liver) CRC
PI
All must help - (Wolf, dog, rabbit and crow work together) CRC
PI
Another fat boy -
PI
Another old pockmark - CRC
PI
Another smoothing iron - (Riddles) CRC
PI
Artist girl, The - CRC
KP
Baby, The - (Nursery rhyme) CRC
KP
Baby’s cafe - (Mother feeds baby)
KP
Baby’s dining-room - (Mother feeds baby) CRC
KP
Baby goes riding - (Chinese Mother Goose) CRC
KP
Baby is sleeping - CD3
KP
Baby’s restaurant
PI
Bachelor, The - (Troubles of) CRC
(Wanted a grandson for his mother) CRC
- (Mother feeds baby) CRC
-240-
Headland, Isaac Taylor (Tr.) (Cont’d)
PI
Bad folks - (Naughty boy will be punished by having a homely
wife with a big appetite) CRC
PI
Bald old dame, The - (No hair for fastening
head dress) CRC
PI
Bald old woman, The - (l/llho could not wear a
jade pin) GWP
PI
Basin and bottle - (Tongue-twister) CRC
KP
Bean pods - (Chinese Mother Goose - Nonsense)
KPI
Bed, boat, sled - (Riddles) CRC
PI
Big feet and bound feet - CRC
PI
Blind and dumb - (Blind man and dumb wife) CRC
PI
Blind, bald, deaf - (Advantages of) CRC
PI
Blind men, The - (Lonesome at festival) CRC
PI
Boils - (Why heal boils, people just forget pain) CRC
PI
Bottle fly, The - (Baby refused to feed bottle fly)
CRC
KP
Boys' face game - CRC
KP
Buddha’s tree. The - CRC
KP
Buttoner - (Mother Goose - Button
game) CRC
KP
Buttoner - (Mother Goose - Button
game) CRC
P
Call, A - (Tongue-twister) CRC
KP
Caring for baby - (Chinese MotherGoose) CRC
KP
Chinese nursery rhyme, A - (A mouse had
down a candle stick) CCP, RAR, TV
PI
Chinese nursery rhyme, A - (Mouse helped himself
no one to help him) RAR, TVSH, UTS
PI
Chinese wine - (Effects of) CRC
PI
Cleaning rye - (Wife cleaning rye) CRC
PI
Combing their hair - (Three girls comb theirhair) CRC
PI
Contrasts - CRC
CRC
difficulty in getting
for there was
-241Headland, Isaao Taylor (Tr.) Cont'd)
KP
Cry-Baby - CRC
KP
Crying baby, The - CRC
PI
Dead cricket, The - (Autumn) CRC
PI
Deaf man's mistakes - (Misunderstood directions) CRC
PI
Deer and the wolf, The - (Fable) CRC
PI
Disobedient boy, The - (Traveller advised spanking) CRC
PI
Dissatisfied man. The - (Story of) CRC
KP
Doughnuts - (Frying) CRC
PI
Drawing lots - (Drew birds) CRC
PI
Dreamer, The - (Dream of wealth) CRC
KP
Dumplings - (Description) CRC
PI
Each in its time - CRC
PI
East and west - CRC
KP
Eating grapes - (Chinese Mother Goose) CRC
PI
Eclipse, An (Rammers' song) CRC
PI
Economical wedding, An - CRC
KP
Everything is sad - (Mother Goose) CRC
KP
Face game (Japan) - (Mother Goose) CRC
PI
Famine - (invite grandmother to share available food) CRC
PI
Fan, The - (if I loan my fan, it is useless to me) CRC
PI
Fat boy, The - (So heavy that he was destructive) CRC
PI
Father and son - (Boy tried to catch fish with hands) CRC
PI
Father's imp - (Description of father and his wife) CRC
KP
Finders keepers - (Chinese Mother Goose) CRC
KP
Finger game (India) - (India Mother Goose - Finger play) CRC
KP
Finger game - (Mother Goose) CRC
-242Headland, Isaac Taylor (Tr.) (Cont’d)
PI
Fingers, The - (Riddle) CRC
PI
Flour fritters - (Tongue-twister) CRC, PCH
PI
Flower-Girl, The - (Girl asked for flowers) CRC
PI
Flea, A - (Riddle) CRC
KPI
Fly, The - (Riddle) CRC
PI
Fortune teller,
The - (Second half of year follows first) CRC
PI
Fourth auntie -
(Abuses husband and servants) CRC
PI
Frivolous wife, The - (-Likes to play Mah Jong) CRC
PI
Frugal couple, The - (Couple tried, through a priest, to
fly that stole a rice grain) CRC
PI
Full moon - (Riddle) CRC
PI
Gathering peas - (Nonsense) CRC
PI
Glutton, The - (Dog ate meat while man rested) CRC
KP
Going home - (Chinese Mother Goose - Riding in a Chinese cart) CRC
KP
Going riding - (To a celebration) CRC
KP
Going to market - (Chinese Mother Goose) CRC
PI
Good children -
PI
Good food - (Food for grandmother and grandfather) CRC
PI
Good girl, The - (Description of industrious daughter) CRC
PI
Good rice - (Family story) CRC
KP
Grandmother -(Kindness to) CRC
PI
Grasshopper’s funeral, The - (Hawk ate mournersat
KP
"A great big brother" - (Chinese Mother Goose finger play) CRC
KP
Greedy boy, The - CRC
PI
Greedy old woman - CRC
KP.
Growing old - (Chinese Mother Goose - Description) CRC
find the
(Do not laugh at gray hair) CRC
funeral) CRC
-243Headland, Isaao Taylor (Tr.) (Cont'd)
PI
Hawk and the boy, The - (Hawk and boy frightened each other) CRC
PI
Henpecked - Heron called mamma when his hen pecked him) CRC
PI
Horseback rider - CRC
KP
House on the mountain - (Chinese Mother Goose) CRC
PI
Hungry beetle, The - (Wanted more to eat) CRC
PI
Hunter, The - (Hunting rabbits, while riding a sow) CRC
KP
Jungle plums - (Mother Goose - India) CRC
KP
Kindergarten song, A - CRC
I
Kitchen-Range, A - (Riddle— Kitchen stove) CRC
KP
Korean boys - (Korea - Mother Goose) CRC
KP
Korean moon, The - (Korea - Mother Goose) CRC
PI
Lantern, A - (Riddles) CRC
KP
Life - (Korean - Mother Goose) CRC
PI
Little boy, The - (Boy found some money) CRC
KP
Little gardener, The - (Seeds planted in road) CRC
KP
Little girl, The - (Who went to the fair) CRC
PI
Little girl, The - (Harvest is in) CRC
PI
Little girl, The - (Who was just seventeen) CRC
KP
Little singer. The - (Chicken learning to sing) CRC
PI
Little student, The - (We’ll press your head for oil) CRC
P
Little thief, The - (Son stole turnips) CRC
PI
Little visitor - (Girl likes to visit) CRC
PI
Loafer, The - (Description) CRC
KPI
Maiden beauty - (Description) CRC
KPI
Mirror - (Riddle— mirror) CRC
PI
Mischievous child, The - (Teased mother and father) CRC
-244Headland, Isaac Taylor (Tr.) (Cont'd)
KPI
Mosquito, The - (Mosquito bit baby’s hand) CRC
KP
Mouse, The - ("The mouse climbed up
KP
Mouse, The - ("There was a littlemouse")
At. Haidland - WR2
KP
Mouse and the candlestick, The - (Girl caught a mouse on a
oandlestick) CRC
PI
Mrs. Lee - (Eccentric) CRC
PI
Mrs. Ying - (Widow sent child out to find his father) CRC
KP
My
boat - (Riddle— a duck) CMG
KP
My
little baby - (Description) CRC
PI
Needle, A - (Riddle-— needle) CRC
PI
Nests - CRC
PI
New Year’s Night, The- CRC
PI
No mother-in-law - (Hard to find a good one) CRC
PI
Nonsense - ("An empty song from a worthless giver") CRC
PI
Nonsense - ("Oh, the world is peculiar one sees every day") CRC
PI
Nonsense - ("The east-west street runs north and south”) CRC
PI
Oh, grasshopper - (Eat our neighbors crops, not ours) CRC
KP
Old age - CRC
PI
Old baldheaded Hao - (Hao lost his pig) CRC
KP
Old black cat, The - (Chinese Mother Goose - Cat, frightened from
a bird nest by a dog) CRC
KP
Old Chang, the crab - (Crab’s scissors) PCH
PI
Old family, An - (Ages of members) CRC
KP
Old mother wind - (-please cool baby) PCH
KP
Old Mr. Kai - (Chinese Mother Goose - Nonsense) CRC
KP
Old Mr. Sable - (Sable steals cakes) CRC
thecandlestick") CRC
CCP,
CRC
1
-245Headland, Isaao Taylor (Tr.) (Cont'd)
PI
Old pockmarked Kai - (Fried onions) CRC
PI
Oldest auntie - (Frightened by a demon at the fair) CRC
PI
One thing after another - CRC
KP
Our good baby boy - CRC
KP
Our little boy - (Description) CRC
PI
Our mother - CRC
PI
Pat-a-Cake - (Chinese nursery play) CRC
PI
Peanut, A - (Riddle— peanut) CRC
PI
Persimmon, A - (Riddle— persimmon) CRC
PI
Pessimist, The - CRC
PI
Piece of copper, A - (Cumulative Chinese tale) CRC
I
Pillow, A - (Riddle— pillow) CRC
PI
Pockmarked - CRC
KP
Pockmarked baby, The - CRC
KP
Poor little wife, The - (Married a poor man) CRC
PI
Poor old man, The - (How old was he?) CRC
PI
Poor old woman - (Do not cry - we have food) CRC
PI
Predictions - (Weather) CRC
KP
Prejudice - (Chinese Mother Goose) CRC
PI
Pretty wife, A - (Advantages of) CRC
PI
Problem, A - (How many shakes does a pig make?) CRC
PI
Proposal, The - (Of marriage) CRC
PI
Proud little wife, The - (Wife kicked a dog which bit her) CRC
KP
Queer, isn't it - (A picture shows only one side) CRC
KP
Rice seller, The - (Seller calling on the street) PCH
PI
Rich Lu family, The - (Lu's, tho1 rich,want more) CRC
-246Headland, Isaac Taylor (Tr.) (Cont•d)
KP
Ride a cockhorse - (Chinese Mother Goose) CRC
KP
Rock-a-By - (Chinese lullaby) CRC
KP
Saw-Mill, The - (Chinese Mother Goose - Sawing) CRC
PI
Season, The - (Effect of spring on wheat crop) CRC
PI
Second auntie - (Hit husband because he over-heated water for
feet) CRC
PI
Shaved head - (What use has a bald head for a fine comb) CRC
PI
Sifting wheat - (We shall have bread) CRC
PI
Sixty-Six-Year-Old Liu - (Tragedy of) CRC
KPI
Sky, The - (Riddle— sky) CRC
PI
Sleight-of-Hand Performer, The - CRC
PI
Small boy. The - (Boy cried for a wife) CRC
KP
Smiling doll, The - (Child wanted doll) CRC
KPI
Smoothing iron - (Riddle— iron) CRC
KP
Stomach-Ache,
KP
Stomach Ache, The - (Fairy treatment) CRC
PI
Storm, The - (Argument) CRC
PI
Stupid old woman. The - (Tried to make some trousers) CRC
PI
Summer heat - CRC
KP
Swallow, The - (Baby swallows) CRC
KP
Talking - (About birds) CRC
PI
Temples, The - CRC
PI
-Thick thighs slick - (Tongue-twister— Whose thighs were thicker)
CRC
KP
Things as they are - (Food, land and families) CRC
PI
Third auntie - (Sent husband to prepare dinner) CRC
PI
Thunder, rain, wind, lightning - (Riddles— weather)
The - (Cures) CRC
CRC
Headland, Isaac Taylor (Tr.) (Cont'd)
PI
Tinkling bell pagoda, The - (Description) CRC
KPI
Toad, A - (Riddle— toad) CRC
KP
To my baby boy - (Chinese Mother Goose)
KP
Trading - (India— Mother Goose) CRC
KPI
Two sisters - (Tongue-twister) CRC
PI
Unlucky family, The - (Hard work notenough) CRC
PI
Useless women - (Talk and walk) CRC
PI
We love our own best - CRC
PI
Women love to talk - CRC
PI
Yellow dog - (Nonsense) CRC
CRC
Hearst, James S.
PI
Voices - (Longing for the ocean) MSP
Heber, Reginald
I
Brightest and best of the sons of the morning - (Heart'
adoration is most welcome gift to God) GN, OTP
I
Holy, holy, holy - (Praise God, the Trinity) OHP, OTP
Heermans, Mary A.
PI
Arbor Day song - H
Heine, Heinrich
I
Lorelei, The - (A mermaid traps a boatman) CTBP
PI
Pine tree, The - (Asleep on a wintry height) PCH
Helmmore, Thomas
I
Christmas carol - (Rejoice, Christ is born) OHP
Hemans, Felicia
I
Bernardo Del Carpio - (A king betrays a knight) GS
I
Birds of passage, The OTP
-248.
Hemans, Felicia (Cont'd)
I
Casablanca - (A shipwreck) EC4, HBV, N5, OTP, PB5, PEC, TC5,
TVSH, TY
I
Fairies' recall, The - (Calling back to earth the fairies)
OTP
I
Fairy song - (Why fairies leave a particular place) HBV
I
First grief, The - (Death of brother) CH
I
Homes of England, The - (Description) PEC
I
Hymn for Christmas - (Song of angel voices and Christmas star)
GN, OTP
I
Landing of the Pilgrim fathers, The - D5, DAD, EC5, GN, H,
L5, OTP, PCH, PP05, TY
Landing of the Pilgrim fathers - PEC
Pilgrim fathers, The - GS
PI
Voice of spring, The - ABVC, DAD, PB3, PEC,
I
Water-Lilies - (Fairy boats) OTP
HBV,
TC6
Hempstead, Fay
I
Under the snow - (Thinking of flowers to come) POS
Henderson, Rose
I
March dreams - (March winds clean nature's house to prepare for
spring life) MSP
Hendrick, Nancy S.
I
Opossum, The - (Description) CHR4
Hendry, Hamish
I
White horses - (Ocean waves) C0BV3, TT5
Henley, William Ernest
I
England, my England - GS, HBV, OTP
I
Home - (A sailor's nostalgia for home) CSBP, GN, T
I
Invictus - (No fear or whimpering) BBV, DAD,
I
Made in the hot weather - (Thoughts of cool comfort) GN
HBV, TSW
-249Henry, Maude Wood
KP
Pussy Willows - (Pussy willows announce spring) PVYC
Henshaw, Sarah E.
PI
Flower bed, The - PFEM
Herbert, Alan Patrick
I
Barnacle, The - RS
I -
Conductor, The - (Conducting a band) NP6
P
Spider, The - RS
Herbert, George
I
Be useful - GS, GN
I
Courage - (Dare to be true) PCH
I
Easter - (Beauties of) CH, OHP, PCH
I
Love - (Guilty and afraid of love) CH
I
Our work - (Working for God, though task may be prosai
Herbertson, Agnes Grozier
KP
There was a little goblin - (A musical goblin) GF
Herford, Oliver
PI
Bunny romance, A - (Contest to find the most timid rabbit) ABVC
PI
Dog, The - (As a cat sees a dog) RS
KPI
Elf and the dormouse, The - (How umbrellas were invented) CCP,
CFBP, C0BV1, FAS4, GF, GR3, HBV, MG, MPB, M 3 , PB1, PR, RAR, SP,
TSW, TV, TVSH, UTS, WR3
PI
I heard a bird sing - (Bird sang in December about spring) MSP
PI
Kitten's night thoughts - (Cat sleeps by day so can play at night
undisturbed by ill treatment of humans) MPB, OHBP, THBP
KP
Kitten's thought, A - (Thankful for cows) RS
PI
Last violet, The - (An autumn violet wonders about spring) OHP
KP
Milk jug, The - (The cow and the milk jug furnish food for the
kitten) PB1, PCH, RAR, TSW, UTS
-250Herford, Oliver (Cont'd)
PI
Moon, The - (Phases of moon) GF
I
Seal, A - (Nonsense) HBV
KPI
Snail's dream, The - (Dreamed that he was the LightningLimited
Express) UTS
PI
Thanksgiving fable - CHR5, EG3, H, PB4, PP03, TL5, TT4, UTS, WP5
I
Yak, The - HBV
Herndon, John G.
PI
Fairies, The - (Dance at night and are lovely) MPB
I
Friendly people - (Cripple has theory that people are friendly)
MPB
Herrick, Robert
PI
Another charm - (How to charm away danger) OTP
I
Bag of the bee, The - (Venus divided prize between cupids)
I
Beggar, to Mab the fairy queen, The - OTP
I
Bell-Man, The - (Blessing of) CH
I
Ceremonies for Christmas - C0BV3, CTBP, GN, OHP, OTP
I
Ceremony for Candlemas Day, A - OTP
PI
Charm, A - (A charm to use when bathing) OTP
PI
Cheat of cupid, The or The ungentle guest - (A visit from cupid)
BNV
I
Christmas carol, A - (Joy for the birth of Christ) CBOP, FCP,
MPB, TY
I
Christmas Eve - Another ceremony - (Watch the Christmas-pie) OHP
I
Christmas Eve - Another to the maids - (Fire will not burn for
unwashed hands) OHP
PI
Fairies, The - (Queen Mab likes neatness) MPB, PAD
I
Four sweet months. The - (The months that bring the flowers) CBOP
Succession of four sweet months, The - LC, PCH, TB, TY
PI
God to be first served - (A child's grace) T
LC
-251Herriok, Robert (Cont'd)
I
Going A-Maying - (Calling a sleepyhead on May Day morning)
DAD, GN, OTP
I
Hog, The - (A witch rides the country) C0BV3, CSBP, OTP
I
His grange; or, Private wealth - (Rural life) BVC, OTP
I
Humility - TY
I
Mad maid's song, The - (Song of morning and a dead love) CH
I
New-Yeere's gift, The - GS, ODP
I
Oberon's feast - (Description) ABVC, OTP
I
Ode on the birth of our Saviour, An - (Would
for the Christ Child) FCP, GN, OTP
I
Star
song, The - (Christmas star) GN
I
Star
song, The - GS, ODP
I
Ternarie of littles, A - (Nonsense) BVC, HBV, OTP
I
Thanksgiving to God for His house, A - ABVC,
Thanksgiving to God - T
I
To blossoms - (Fruit blossoms teach that life is transient) BPB
I
To meadows - CBOP, CH, OTP
I
To Primroses filled with morning dew - (Primroses appear to weep)
ABVC, T
I
To violets - LC, OTP, RGO, TY
I
True Lent, A -(Celebrate Lent
DAD, OHP
make a room fitting
OHP, OTP
by doing good, not by fasting)
Hewitt, Luisa
PI
Plans - (Plans for a country home) PCH
KP
Secrets - (Why the blackbirds beak is yellow and the bluebell's
bell is blue) APA, PCH
Hewlett, Maurice
I
When she a maiden slim - (She left girlhood to be a wife and
mother) OHP
-252Hey, F.
KP
Boy and the squirrel, The - (Squirrel too busy to play with boy)
SSN
KP
Cat in the snow, The - SSN
PI
Caw, caw - (Crow is a beggar man in winter but croaks thanks in
spring) SSN
KP
Fox and goose - (Goose refuses to
KP
Kittens, The - (Each kitten namedbecause of habits)
KP
Pug-Dog and spitz - (Dogs fight over a bone) SSN
KP
Two dogs - (One does tricks, the other is a watchdog) SSN
go for a walk with a fox)SSN
SSN
Heyward, Du Bose
I
Yoke of steers, A - (Description) NA6
Heyward, Janie Screven
PI
Autumn leaves - (Old ladies like autumn leaves) MPB
Heywood, John
PI
Cuckoo's voice, The - BVC,
PAD
Heywood, Thomas
I
Good-Morrow - (Bid birds, sing good morning to loved one) CH
I
Morning - (Birds to sing "Good morning") BPB, TVSH
I
Praise of Ceres - LC
I
Song: Morning - (Calling for bird songs) LC
Hickler, Rosalie
I
Elf-Hunting - (Look in the wilds, not in gardens) CB05
Hickson, William Edward
I
Try again - (Though you fail always try again) OTP, PB6, TC4, TV
Hicky, Daniel W.
I
Polo player - (Description
of man and horseplaying) MSP
I
Ship for Singapore, A - (A
sailor always longs togo) MSP
-253Hicky, Daniel W. (Cont'd)
I
To an aviator - (How can an aviator bear to return to walking on
earth?) MSP
I
Who pilots ships - (Beauty seen from a ship) MSP
Hlgginson, Ella
I
Beside the sea - (Sail boats go out with fishermen each day) LC
I
Cradle-Song of the fisherman's wife - LC
I
Fairy's love song, A - (Fairy asks for light for her coming lover)
LC
I
Four leaf clovers - (Find where four-leaf clovers grow) C06, C0BV2,
EG5, L4, LC, PFEM, TC5, TL4
Higginson, Thomas Wentworth
I
Decoration - (Decoration of the grave of a woman, a war victim)
OHP
I
Snowing of the pines, The - (pine needles fall) GN
Hildreth, Charles Lotin
I
Snow sorcery - (Snow changes shapes seen) POS
Hill, E.
PI
When Polly buys a hat - GS
Hill, George
I
Good-night - (All nature sleeps)
I
Oak, The - DAD, H
Hill, Mildred J.
KP
Valentine’s message. The - GF
I
When you s end a valentine - GF
Hill, Sara J,
KP
Mary had a little lamb - CCP
Hill, Thomas
I
Bobolink, The - (Description) POS
POS
-254Hillyer, Robert (Tr.)
I
Other world, The - (Ancient Egypt) SR6
Hilton, Alfarata
KP
Busy person,
A - (Between supper and bed time)PCH
I
Little Mexican - (Description) CB04
I
Miracle, The
- (Butterfly from cocoon) CB05
I
Three things
- (Fire, water and earth bring men joy) CB06
PI
Trains - (Carry people and mail) CB04
Hinkson, Katharine Tynan
I
Bethlehem - (At the inn) FCP
PI
Chanticleer - (Description of) C0BV3, FP, GF, GS, HBV, MPB, TVSH
PI
Cuckoo - (Cuckoo announces summer) APA, TVSH
I
Daffodil - (Early spring flower) C0BV3
I
Farewell - (A remembered scene) CH
I
Making of birds, The - ODP
I
Modereen rue - (Fox that stole chickens got away from the
huntsmen) GS, TVSH
I
New old song, A - (The coming of spring) T
I
Song of Christmas, A - (The Christmas story) FCP
PI
Song of the season, A - (Presents for the Christ Child) FCP
I
Winter evening - T
Hoare, Prince
I
Arethusa, The - (Battle of) TVSH
Hoatson, Florence
KP
Christmas Eve - (Santa looks for a sock to fill) GF
PI
Fairy frilly - (Almost late for the ball) GF
PI
Fairy wish, A - (Waiting for a fairy; when the fairy queen came
child failed to recognize her) WR3
-255Hoatson, Florence (Cont’d)
KP
Hyde Park - (Fairies live in Hyde Park) THBP
I
Summer picture, A - (A disturbed rabbit) TT4
PI
When fairies have a picnic - (The picnic spot is left tidy)
GC2, SS3
Hodgson, Ralph
PI
Bells of heaven, The - (Prayers for abused animals) SP, UTS
I
Eve - (Tempting of) CH
I
Mystery, The - (He gave a rose) CH
I
Stupidity Street - (Birds were killed and worms flourished) CH,
0A6, SP, UTS
I
Time, you old gipsy man - (Gypsies roving habits) BPOE, CH, GWP,
LC, RGO, THBP
Hoffmann, August Heinrich
PI
Dreadful story about Harriet and the matches,
Harriet and the matches - RS
The - BNV, GS
PI
Grandma's story - (Grandmother tells the children a story about
a child’s visit to toyland on Christmas) BNV
PI
Shock-headed Peter - (A boy careless about his appearance) BNV
I
Story of Augustus who would not have any soup, The - (Boy who
refuses soup loses health) BNV, GS, HBV, OTP, STP
PI
Story of cruel Frederick, The - (A boy who was cruel to animals)
BNV
PI
Story of fidgety Philip, The - (What happened to a boy who
fidgeted at the table) BNV
PI
Story of flying Robert, The - (A boy who went out on a rainy day)
BNV, RS
PI
Story of Johnny Head-in-Air, The - BNV
PI
Story of the man that went out shooting,
The - BNV
Hoffman, Charles Fenno
I
Monterey - (War of the Mexico boundary, 1846) OTP, PAP
Hogg, James
PI
Boy's song, A - (Outdoors is a happy place) BFV, BPB, BVC, CBOP,
CFBP, CH, CHR4, C0BV2, EC4, FAS4, GS, GWP, HBV, OTP, PB5, PCH,
PEC, PP03, PR, RS, TB, TV, TVSH, TY
At. Unknown - Boy's song - PFEM
I
Charlie is my darling - (A Scotch song) CSBP, LC, LR5
I
Good man at Alloa, The - (Old man begged riches for the poor but
when riches were given kept them for himself so was punished) STP
I
Kilmeny - (A beautiful maiden spirited away for seven years)
CBOP, GBV
I
Lark, The - (Lark sings
I
Lock the door, Lariston
- (Battle between Englishand Scots)
I
May of the Moril Glen sailed away) STB
(Beautiful maiden drovemen made,
Hokku
of happiness) DAD
TVSH
then
(Japanese)
KPI
Colts - (Colts run with their mothers) SUSU
KPI
Daffodils - (Daffodils come in early spring) SUSU
PI
Herons - (Description
I
"So sweet the plum trees" - SUSU
I
Spring - (Description
of) SUSU
of) SUSU
Holland - Josiah
I
Christmas carol, A - (Rejoice, Christ is born) DAD, GN, H,
ODP, OHP
I
Heaven is not reached at a single bound - PEC
I
Picture, A - (The first winter storm) POS
HBV,
Holland, Rupert Sargent
PI
Foolish flowers - (Puns on garden flowers) FP, GF, OTP
P
Jack-in-the-Pulpit - (Children find jack-in-the-pulpits in the
woods and try to hear him preach) CD2, PB1, OTP
PI
P's and Q's - OTP
PI
Secrets of our garden, The - OTP
Holland, Rupert Sargent (Cont'd)
PI
Teapot dragon, The - (The dragon on the silver teapot must hold
his tongue out because he burned it with the tea) OTP, UTS
PI
THhen I grow up -
OTP
Holm, Saxe
I
Song of clover, A - GN,
OTP, PFEM
Holmes, Daniel Henry
KP
Willy Winkie - (The sandman) FP
Holmes, Lilian
PI
Pipes and drums - (-of fairy folk) GF
Holmes, Oliver Wendell
I
April, ever frail and fair - POS
I
Ballad of the oyster man, The - (The fate of an oyster man and
his maiden) BNV, CSBP, PB6, STB
I
Birthday of Daniel Webster - (Life of) DAD
I
Dorchester giant, The - (Long ago giants threw puddingwhich
still be seen) MPB, STB
I
Eggstravagance, An - (Nonsense - Limerick) TSW
I
Flower of liberty, The - (American flag) DAD, TC6
I
Height of the ridiculous - BR6, MPB, PB4, PP06
I
Katydid - PG1
I
Last leaf. The - (Theoldest
PB6, TSW
I
Lexington - (Battle of) DAD
I
Ode for Washington's Birthday - DAD
I
Old Ironsides - (When Navy announced the Constitutionwas
to be
dismantled and sold, the author's impassioned pleapreserved the
boat) BFW, BBV, CB, C05, CSBP, EC4, GN, GR6, HBV, LC, ODP, OTP,
PAP, PB5, PEC, PP05, TC6, TVSH, TY
I
Opening of the piano. The - BR6, PP05
can
man in the village) BFV, CTBP, LC,
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Holmes, Oliver Wendell (Cont'd)
PI
Spring has come - TY
I
Toadstool, The - (Toad sings to toadstool) POS
I
To an insect - (A play on Katydid) HBV, OTP, TC5
I
Union and liberty - (A Civil War poem) BR6, EC6, GR5,OHP, PB5,
TC6
Holton, Ethel J.
P
Fire Bell, The - (Here comes the firemen) CD2
Holty, Heinrich
I
Harvest song - DAD
Hone, William
PI
First of April, The - (April fool's joke) ABVC
Hood, E. P.
PI
God ldio hath made the daisies - (God loves little children) OHP
Hood, Thomas
I
Die herz blume - (Description of flower - summer growth) POS
I
Faithless Nelly Gray - (Puns) ABVC,
I
Faithless Sally Brown (Puns) ABVC
I
Flowers - (Characteristics of different flowers as contrasted
with the rose) OTP
I
French and English - (A foreigner in France is unable to speak
French) ABVC
KPI
Good night - GWP
I
I remember, I remember - (Childhood memories of home) BPB, CH,
CLP, EC3, LC, OTP, PEC, PG2, PR, T, TB, TC6, TVSH
I
It was the time of roses - (When we met) CH
I
Lady of the laborer, The - DAD, H
I
No! - (November) TY
I
November - (Things missed in November) BBV, GN, PG1, POS, RS
STP
-259Hood, Thomas (Cont'd)
I
Our village - (Description of a oolonial village) ABVC
PI
Plain direction, A - (Straight down Crooked Lane and all round
the square) TVSH
KP
Precocious piggy - (Nonsense verse) C0BV1, EC2
PI
Queen Mab - (Fairy brings lovely dreams) BVC, CBOV, CFBP, C0BV2,
GS, HBV, OTP, PB4, PCH, PPAL, TB, TC4, TV, TVSH
I
Silence - (True silence is found where civilization has been and
gone again) CH
I
Songs "A lake and a fairy boat" - (Wishes) BFV, BPB, LC, ODP, PCH
Lake and a fairy boat, A - TB
Song for music - C0BV3
I
Song of the shirt, The - (A weary worker) PG2
I
To Henrietta, on her departure for Calais - (Customs in France)
BVC, TB
KP
To my son - (A baby) RS
I
Two swans, The - (Story of a magic swan that lulled a monster
while her lover escaped) CH
I
Water lady, The - (Description) CH
Hopkins, John H. Jr.
I
We three kings - (Kings visit Christ Child) OHP
Hopper , Nora
PI
Blackbird, The - GS
I
Hallowe'en - (The dead return to the living) DAD
Ho rton., Edward A.
PI
Flat, The - H
Hoss, Margaret McBride
P
Land where the taffy birds grow, The - (Sweets) GF
Houghton, Lord
KP
Good-Night and good morning - (About a good little girl) CBOV,
CLP, GS, LC, OTP, PB2, PFEM, PR, RAR, SSN, TB, TV, TVSH
-260Houghton, Lord (Cont'd)
KPI
Lady moon - (Questioning the moon) CBOV, CFBP, CLP, GS,
PCH, PG1, PR, RAR, SSN, T, TB, TY
OTP, PB3,
I
Our mother tongue - (English language descriptive andsubtle)
GN, OTP
Housman, Alfred Edward
I
Lent lily, The - (The flowers of Easter) MPB, OHP, THBP
I
Loveliest of trees - (Cherry tree in blossom) GR6, OHBP, OHP,
PCH, THBP, TSW
Houston, Margaret Bell
PI
Admonitions - (Mommy's superstitious warnings) MSP
Hovell-Thurlow, Edward
I
When
in the woods I wandered all alone - HBV
Hovey, Richard
I
Mocking bird, The - GR6, TSW
I
Sea-Gypsy, The - (The call of adventure in far-away lands)
BBV, BFP, CBOP, CHR5, FP, GBV, GR5, HBV, NA6, T, TSW
Howard, Herbert S.
PI
Cloudland - SY
Howard, Winifred
PI
All's well - (A comforting sound
at sea) OE
PI
At sea - (A child enjoys travel
PI
Clouds - (On hot, dustydays fairiesbring the clouds to refresh
the flowers) OE
PI
Elfin wardrobes - (Made from flowers) OE
PI
Fairy, A - OE
P
Fairy bath, The - OE
PI
Fairy factories - OE
PI
Fairy lamps - (Seen at sea) OE
atsea)
OE
-261Howard, Winifred (Cont'd)
I
Fairy milkmaid, The (Cantata) - (A bewitched princess turned into
a fairy milkmaid, is rescued by a prince by use of a charm) OE
P
Fairy pillows - (Hawthorne blossoms are fairy pillows) OE
PI
Fairy sails - OE
PI
Fairy wings - (Fairy wings are made from the breath of the winds)
OE, SUSU
P
Helen Jean - (A little girl who lives across the ocean) OE
PI
I'd — I - (A child who would like to be king of a south sea
island) OE
P
In the dark - (A sleepy head plays with the stars) OE
PI
In the doldrums - (The mood of a child compared) OE
KP
Island of nursery rhymes, The - (The place where the people in the
nursery rhymes live) OE
PI
Melting snows - OE
P
My castle - (A mermaid is the cjaeen of a sand castle) OE
P
My kitten
- (The kitten that was bewitched by a goblin) OE
PI
Playmates
- (Australian playmates - a child and a bear) OE
KP
Rainy day, A - (A little brown elf invites a child to play in
the rain) OE
I
Sea pools - (Sea life in sea pools) OE
PI
September - (in Australia September is thespring
PI
Silent woods - (Australian birds do not sing) OE
PI
Spring - (Spring went on its way but left the fairies) OE
P
Squirrel's Christmas, The - (The squirrel's Christmas tree) OE, PT
I
Tall timber - (Tall trees on the mountains) OE
PI
Tides and eiderdowns - (A fanciful explanation of tides) OE
P
To Peter in bed - (A visit from the fairies) OE
PI
White horses - (Mermaids and fairies ride the sea waves) OE, PT,
SUSU, UTS
of the year)
OE
-262Howard, Winifred (Cont'd)
PI
Winds - (Wind on the mountain top) OE
PI
Windy day, A - (At sea) 0§, PT
PI
Zephyrs - (A fanciful explanation of the origin of sephyrs) OE
Howe, Julia Ward
I
Battle-Eymn of the Republic - BBV, BFP, CBOP, CH, C0BV3, GN, HBV,
LC, OHP, OTP, PAP, PB5, RGO, T, TC6, TVSH, TY
I
Decoration Day - (Significance of) OHP
Howells, Mildred
PI
Difficult seed, The - (A proud seed that could not decide what
kind of a flower it would be) UA4
I
Going too far - (An old woman of Holland with a passion for
scrubbing) PB5, WP4
Howells, William Dean
I
In August - (Description) GN, NA6, POS, T
Howitt , Mary
I
April - (Beauties of nature in April) PG1, POS
I
Bariey-Mowers' song, The - OTP
I
Beaver, The - (Beaver dams and families) POS
PI
Birds in summer - (How pleasant the life of a bird must be)
H, MPB, OTP, PB5, PG1, POS, PP04, PR, TC5
P
Buttercups and daisies - (Buttercups and daisies come in early
spring) CBOP, CLP, DAD, HBV, OHP, OTP, PEC, PFEM, TV
KP
Coming of spring, The - GS, RAR
PI
Corn-Fields - (Cornfields of Bible stories) CLP, OTP, PR
I
Fairies of the Caldon-Low, The - (Child watches fairies at work
helping people) BFV, CFBP, CLP, C0BV2, EC4, GS, HBV, OTP, PB1,
PB5, PR, S5, STP, T, TB, TV, TVSH, TY
PI
Father is coming - (At the close of day returns to his family)
CLP, OTP
I
Flax flower, The - (Flax flower beautiful and flax useful) PFEM,
PR
-263Howitt, Mary (Cont'd)
I
Hawking party in the olden time, A - OTP
PI
Humming-Bird, The - OTP, PCH
I
Kingfisher, The - (Description) POS
I
Lion, The - OTP
I
Little children - (Children everywhere that man is)
I
Monkey, The - (Watching the antics of) GN
I
Oak tree, The - PG1
I
Old Christmas -
(Visit of old Christmas) GN, OTP,
I
Sale of the pet
CH
lamb, The - (Poverty forced fatherto sell
I
Sea, The - (Creation and life of) POS
I
Sea fowler, The - LC
I
Sea-Gull, The - GS
I
September - (The best month)OTP
I
Silkworm, The -
(Spin silk for
PI
Sparrow's nest,
The - GS, PFEM, PG1
I
Spider and the fly, The - (The fly is enticed intothe spider's
den) BVC, CB, CLP, GF, GS, HBV, OTP, PB6, PFEM, PG1, RS, T, TB,
TV, TVSH
I
Squirrel, The - (Habits of) POS
I
Summer woods - (Description plant and animal lifein a woods)
LC, PFEM, TY
KPI
Swinging song, A - OTP
I
True story of the web-spinner, The - (Cruel spider) OTP
PI
Use of flowers, The - (What would life be without flowers?) PFEM
P
Voice of spring, The - (Description) OTP, PG1, PR
I
Voyage with the Nautilus, The - TVSH
I
Winter fire, The - (Cheers everyone) OTP
PR
PG1
pet)
us) N4
-264Howitt, Mary (Cont'd)
I
Wood mouse, The - (Child watched a wood mouse) APA, PFEM, RAR, TV
Howitt, 7/illiam
I
Grey squirrels, The - GS, TV, TVSH
PI
Northern seas - (A voyage to the Arctic) FAS4, GN, OTP, T,TVSH
I
Wind in a frolic, The - BR4, BVC, CB, CBOP, EC4, GN, OTP, PB5,
POS, PR, TB, TC5, WR5
Howliston, Mary
PI
Our flat - C0BV1, FAS3, GF
Hoyt, Helen
I
Ellis Park - (The office worker carries a breath of country to the
big city) CZ5, FH5, GR6, PB6, S6, SP, TC6
Hoyt, Helen Underwood
PI
Kate - RS
PI
Vegetable fantasies - RS
Huddesford, J.
PI
Obedient dog, The - (Dog bites at master's command) ABVC
Hudson, S. A.
I
Truant - (A lazy boy) PFEM
Hughes, Charles E.
KP
Brook I know, A - SY
Hughes, Langston
I
African dance - (Description) MSP
PI
Mexican market woman - GWP
Hughes, Victor
KP
April rain song - SUSU
Hugo, Victor
I
Be like the bird - SUSU, UTS
-265
Hugo, Victor (Cont'd)
KP
Good night - (God loves) GF, Nl, PCH, SUSU, TY
Hume, Alexander
I
Summer’s day, A - (Description of) CH
Hunt, Leigh
I
Abou Ben Adhem - (Abou Ben Adhem loved his fellowmen and was
blessed) ABVC, CBOP, CSBP, DAD, EC5, EG6, GS, HBV, ODP, PEC,
PG2, PP06, RS, STP, TC6, TVSH, TY
Abou Ben Adhem and the angel - GN, LC, OTP, T
I
Captain Sword - (Ladies love a soldier) GN, TB
I
Cupid drowned - (An elf (love) drank in a cup of wine) PEC
I
Glove and the lions, The - (A lady loses her lover because of
her vanity) BVC, GN, GS, HBV, OTP, PAD, PEC, STP, T, TB
Glove, The - CSBP
I
Jaffar - (A man who was loyal to a friend even unto death) OTP,
RGO, STP, TVSH
I
To June - PG1
I
To the grasshopper and the cricket - GBV, OTP, POS
Grasshopper and the cricket - GN, LC, TVSH
I
Two heavens - (Home is a heaven) GN
Hunting, G. F.
PI
Help one another - (By helping one another trifles were overcome)
PCH, PFEM
Hussey, Ruth Anne
P
Little rain men - (Raindrops in the fields) PCH
Ingelow, Jean
I
Brides of Enderby, The - (Story of a flood) PEC
I
Eagles - (Naming of a boat) BVC
I
High tide on the coast of Lincolnshire, The - GBV,
I
Long white seam, The - (Sailor comes in from a voyage and finds
his fiancee sewing on her wedding dress) GN, OTP
GN
-266Ingelow, Jean (Cont’d)
I
Maternity - (Mother and ohildren playing with the spring wild
flowers) OHP
I
Milking song - C0BV3
I
Sea-Mews in winter - (Watching sea-mews
POS
I
Secret, The - (Robin's nest) TC4
PI
Seven times one - (Child dawdles withlessons onbirthday) CBOV,
CFBP, CLP, C0BV1, EC4, GS, MPB, OTP, PB4, PCH, PFEM, PG1, PR,
RAR, T, TB, TC4, TV, TVSH, TY
PI
Singing lesson, The - (Nightingale was ashamed of mistake in
singing but when encouraged sang beautifully) DAD
ona chillwinter day)
Ingham, John Hall
I
George Washington - ("Patient in triumph, temperate in power")
OHP
Irving, Minna
I
Betsy’s battle flag - DAD
I
Lincoln leads - (Abraham Lincoln leads the nation's heroes)
H, OHP
Ise, Lady
PI
Rains of spring, The - (Drops of rain look like pearls) SUSU
Izembo
KPI
Shower, A - (Japanese poem) SUSU
Jackson, Helen Hunt
I
Coronation - (King ran away so his son was crowned)
H.H.-Coronation - GN
I
Down to sleep - (Mother nature puts woods and fields to sleep in
November) PFEM, PG1, POS, PP5, TC6
HE, GN
I
In April - (Memories brought by sparrows) POS
PI
October's bright blue weather - BBV, GN, HBV, PFEM, PG1, PP04,
T, TCS, TY
-267Jackson, Helen Hunt (Cont'd)
I
Parable of St. Christopher, The - STP
PI
September - (Description of September outdoor life) BFP, FR4,
MPB, PFEM, PG1, PP03, RAR, TC5
H.H. - GN
I
Song of clover, A - T
I
That things are no worse Sire- (Reply
Prime Minister) OHP
I
Wild rose in September, A - POS
to King Georgeby his
Jackson, Leroy F.
PI
Away to the river - (Away to the river, wood and hills while it
is summer to enjoy nature) PB1
PI
Buzzy Brown - (Nonsense verse about a man) GWP
PI
Candle, A - (Bedtime) NP3
P
Copper down a crack, A - (People lookfor
PI
Flight, The - PB4, PP03
PI
Fun - (Nonsense verse) PB6
P
Goosie Gray - (A mother goose teaches her goslings the things
they need to know) PB2
KP
Grandpa dropped his glasses - (-and the world became purple) GWP
KP
Hippity hop to bed - GF
PI
House beside the mill, The - (Nonsense verse) PB5
P
I want a bear - (How much does it cost to keep a bear?) HR2
P
I'm much too big for a fairy - (New form of adage - whatever is
worth doing is worth doing well) PB1
I
Kitty caught a hornet - (Nonsense verse) PB4, UTS
PI
Off to Yakima - (Nonsense verse about animals who couldn't drink
because they forgot a cup) GWP
PI
Old Father Annum - (Father Time presents the new year) GWP
PI
Sea gull, The - GF, UTS
lost oopper) PB1
-268Jaokson, Leroy F. (Cont'd)
PI
Simple Sam - (in what month does Christmas come?) GWP
KP
To China - (Child could walk to China in his fine rubber boots)
PB1
KPI
Uncle Andy and I - (Watching autos in the street) GWP
Jackson, Patten
KPI
Fir tree's wish, A - (To be a Christmas tree) SY
Jacques, M. J.
I
Great-Grandmother's garden - (Flowers in great profusion) PFEM
James, Bertha Ten Eyck
KP
Stephen wants a mouse - (Child in small home would like a pet
mouse) THBP
Janiver, Margaret Thomson
PI
Sandman, The - HBV
Janiver, Thomas A.
I
Here pass most wondrous sights - (Book promises) EG6
Jaques, Florence Page
P
Goblinade, A - (The hobgoblin decides to become an elf) OHBP,
THBP
PI
There was once a puffin - (Nonsense verse) OHBP, THBP
Jason, Mary
KP
Little candle - (Casts a big shadow) CB02
Jenkins, Elizabeth
KP
Fireflies - (Child would like a light like the firefly's) PVYC
Jenkins, Oliver
I
Ship comes in, A - (Unloading cargoes in Salem in 1825) PCH
Jenks, Tudor
I
Christmas song, A - (Christmas a time of inspiration) DAD
I
Madcap April - (April's weather is an April Fool joke) DAD
-269Jenner, Edward
I
Signs of rain - (Weather signs) OTP, PR, RS, SS6
Signs of foul weather - BVC
Jewett, Sarah Orne
I
Discontent - (A discontented buttercup asks robin to get it a
daisy frill) C0BV2, PFEM, PR, TC4, TV, TVSH
Jewett, Sophie
I
Least of carols, The - (Birds sing a Christmas carol) OHP
I
Nativity song - (Even when Christ was a babe, there were
prophesies of his greatness) OHP
Jex, Ada Lorraine
KP
Father's birthday cake - (The entire family help prepare it) GF
John
KP
Band, The - GF
John, Gwen
I
Child's winter evening, A - (Child fears) CH
John of Forsete
I
Summer is a-coming in - (-announces the cuckoo) PCH
Johnson, Burges
KP
Blowing bubbles - (Children blow bubbles) MC, PB2
I
Glad young chamois, The - (Nonsense) TSW
I
My sore thumb - HBV
KP
Where dreams are made - (Dreams are made on the moon) MC, FVYC
Johnson, Constanoe
I
My dog - CD4
Johnson, James Weldon
I
Fifty years - (On the fiftieth anniversary of the signing of the
Emancipation Proclamation) PAP
Johnson, Josephine
I
Lightship, The - (Comparing the oldest sister who keeps a home for
those who go away, with a lightship that swings at anchor to
welcome others) MSP
Johnson, Margaret
KP
"Around and around a dusty little room" - (Small child tries
to sweep with big broom) SSN
PI
Sad little lass, A - (Who cried because she could not see the
king) C0BV2
Johnson, Pauline E.
I
Song my paddle sings, The - OTP
Johnston, Annie Fellows
PI
Book houses - (Books are magio doors to unexplored places) CD3,
CHR4, CSR5, FH5, MW4, PB4, TC4
Johnstone, Henry
I
Charm to call sleep, A - (Calling sleep) PR
PI
Fastidious serpent, The - (Snake preferred gooseberry pie) HBV,
PPAL, WR4
KP
Good-night prayer for a little child - PPAL
I
Guessing song - (Riddle of the wind) MC, PR
PI
Snake story - (Snake played truant and was frightened by a dog)
PPAL
Jones, Margaret Wynne
PI
Tale from the garden, A - (The fate of a greedy slug) GF
Jones, Thomas S., Jr.
I
Daphne - (Glimpses of Daphne, daughter of Peneus) OHP
Jonson, Ben
I
M glamour’s lament - (Lament for one gone) CH
I
Hesperus’ song - (Hesperus calls for Cynthia's light) GN
I
Hymn to Diana - BPB, LC, ODP, RGO, TVSH
-271Jonson, Ben (Cont’d)
I
Noble nature, The - (Age alone does not make a person noble)
EG5, GN, GR6, HBV, LC, OTP, PB5, PEC, PP05, TC5, TVSH
Perfeot life, The - GS, S6
PI
Queen Mab - (Fairy) OTP
I
Robin Goodfellow - (A mischievous fellow who plays tricks on
everyone) BNV
At. Uhknown - ABVC
I
Wish, A - (Good luck, etc.) LC
I
Witches’ song, The - (Gathering roots and plants) CH
Jordon, Charlotte B.
I
To Borglum's seated statue of Abraham Lincoln - (Description of
the Lincoln of the statue) OHP
Josui
I
Cuckoo's song, The - (Listen to) MPB
Joyce, James
P
Goldenhair - (Listening for Goldenhair) MSP
Judd, Abbie Franoes
I
Early goldenrod - (Summer is going and autumn coming) POS
Justus, May
PI
Garden path, A - (Interesting frogs, ants and snails along garden
path) PCH
Kahn, Joan
P
Snowdrop - (A spring messenger) SY
Karl
P
Night, The - (Coming of night) CD3
Kartack, Elsie
PI
Pop-Corn land - GF
Kaufflnan, Andy
KP
Bef.s - (Brown bears are the most friendly) GCB2
Kaufffiann, Edgar
I
Baths of yesteryear, The
- (Disliking to bathe) SY
Keats, John
I
Autumn - (Autumn beauties) POS
I
Daisy’s song, The - (Daisythinks herself fortunate)OTP, PR
I
Eve of Saint Mark, The -(Bertha read
I
Fairy song - (Spring will come again)
I
From the bridge - (Silently flows thestream) PCH
I
Goldfinches - (Description) GN, POS
I
In a drear-nighted December - (Tree and stream do not mind passing
joy - why should children) CH
I
LaBelle Dame sans merci - (A loitering knight tells of meeting
with a beautiful maiden) BBV, BFV, BPB, CH, GBV, OTP, RGO, STB,
TVSH
I
Meg Merrilies - (An old gypsy woman who lived
FP, GWP, LC, OTP, PAD, PB5, PCH, PR, RGO, RS
I
Minnows - (Minnows in a brook) GN, POS, RS
I
Morning - (Description) POS
I
Naughty boy, The - (A runaway boy finds the world the same over)
GWP, RS
I
0 sorrow - (Companion) CH
I
On the grasshopper and cricket - (in summer we hear the
grasshopper - in winter - the cricket) BFP, C0BV3, GN, GR6, LC,
about St. Mark) CH
BFP, CH, LC,OTP, PEC
upon the moors)
ODP
Grasshopper and the cricket - OTP, TVSH
I
On the sea - ODP
I
Robin Hood - FH6, LC, ODP
I
Song: I had a dove, and the sweet dove died - (Wild dove made
captive, died)
Dove, The - TB
I had a dove - CBOP, CBOV, CH, OTP
Song - PR, TVSH
Song: The dove - LC
Keble, John
I
All things bright and beautiful - PG1, FVYC
I
Bathing - (Outdoors in May) OTP
I
Gardening - OTP
I
Noontide - (The shepherd boy day
I
To a thrush singing in
POS
dreams) OTP
January - (Thrush sang as weather cleared)
Keelor, Katharine
KP
Along the busy river - ABR
KP
April - (Fisherman's day on the river) ABR
KP
At the end of the river - ABR
KP
Autumn - (Autumn in the country) ABR
KP
Boat races, The - ABR
KP
Bridge swings round, The - (-to let the boats go
KP
Cutting ice - ABR
KP
Ferry boat, The - ABR
KP
Harbor, The - (Boats in the harbor) ABR
KP
In early spring - (The river in spring) ABR
KP
Summer - (Bathing in the pool) ABR
KP
Where the sea gulls play - ABR
KP
Winter - ABR
Kemp, Harry Hibbard
PI
Humming bird, The - (The voice of sunshine) MPB
Kennedy, Susie E.
PI
Miss Willow - (Pussy willow) PFEM
Kennedy, Thomas
KP
Night dancers - (Signs of fairies) MSP
Kenny, A. A.
KPI
Cat and the broom, The - (The cat and the broom are worn out the
day after Hallowe'en) THBP
Kerner, Justinus Andreas Christian
I
Richest prince, The - German princes bragged of wealth but the
richest bragged of friends) STP
Kessler, Clara Louise
PI
Oh the fair - (Bought a bird) CB03
Ketohum, Arthur
I
Spirit of the biroh, The - (The birch tree was a dryad, and though
imprisoned, still dances - swaying with the breeze) FP, MC, MPB,
OHP, SP
Key, Francis Scott
PI
Star Spangled Banner, The - BBV, C0BV3, CTBP, D5, DAD, EG6, GR6
H, HBV, OTP, PAP, PB2, PEC, PP04, S5, TC4, TC5, TC6, TVSH, TY
Kikaku
PI
Fairies - (Fairies dye their streams with leaves)
MPB
Killigrew, Henry
I
Song - (Angel guards sleeping prinoe who has been cheated of his
inheritance) CH
Kilmer, Aline
I
Cow song - (Cows coming to be milked) LC
PI
Dorothy’s garden - (Garden set out to yellow lillies) LC
KPI
Easter - (Nature celebrates Easter) MPB, THBP
PI
Song against children - (Destruction of Christmas decorations)
ODP, SP, TSW
Kilmer, Joyoe
I
Gates and Doors - (A hostler opens the stable for Mary) FP, LM5
I
House with nobody in it. The - (A house with nobody in it is a
sad sight) C06, MPB, PB6, SP, SS5, TC5
I
Roofs - (Are over homes) CHR6, TH5, TC6
Kilmer, Joyce (Cont'd)
I
Trees - (Beauty of trees) BBV, CR6, H, HBV, LC, MPB, OHBP, PPEM,
TC6, THBP
Kimball, Harriet McEwen
I
Flight of the birds. The - (Birds are guided by a divine voice)
POS
King, Benjamin Franklin
I
Jane Jones - (A woman explains about three historic people)
C0BY3
King, Edith
KP
Acorns - (Children play with acorns) GF, RAR
KP
Beetle, The - (Beetle reminds child to put on apron) GF
PI
Bread making - (Child watching her mother making bread) OHBP,
THBP
I
Bumble bee - (is a soldier)
S4
PI
Cobwebs - (Cobwebs in grass
in early morning)OHBP, THBP
KP
Duck, The - (Child enjoyment of duck and ducklings swimming on
pond) GF, OHBP, PB2, THBP
I
Holly, The - FCP
PI
Mole, The - GF
KP
Pebbles - (Child plays withpebbles,thinking
made) GF, RAR
KP
Rabbit, The - C03, GF, PB1
P
Useful things - (Child's wish to have wings,etc.,
live in the air, on land and in the sea) PB-2
I
Wire fence - (Rain on fenoe looks like jewels) S4
ofhowthey
so hecould
King, Georgiana Goddard
I
Nightingale, The - T
I
Piper's son, The - (The callof adventure) T
King, Henry
I
are
Exequy, The - (Thoughts of joining dead loved one) CH
276Kingsley, Charles
I
Ballad of Earl Haldan's daughter - CSBP, GS, OTP
Ballad, A. D. 1400 - T
Earl Haldan's daughter - STB
Ballad - GN
I
Clear and cool - (Brook starts clear, gathers refuse from cities
and cleanses itself in the ocean) GN, T
I
Easter week - (Easter lessons) DAD, OHP
PI
Farewell, A - (Advice to a girl - be good) CBOV, DAD, GN, GS,
HBV, LC, OTP, PB4, PEC, PP05
I
Knight's leap, The - ABVC, CSBP, TVSH
I
Last buccaneer, The - (The story of an English buccaneer) ABVC,
CTBP
Old buccaneer, The - CBOP
PI
Lost doll, The - (Favorite doll is still best, though marred)
APA, CBOV, CCP, CFBP, C0BV1, EC3, GS, MPB, OTP, PB1, PG1, PR, TB,
TV, TVSH, TY
I
Night bird, The - (A bird singing through the night) FAS4, T
Myth, A - GN
I
Ode to the northeast wind - (Welcome to the northeast wind) ABVC,
GN, T, TVSH
Northeast wind - OTP
I
Sandsof dee, The - (Mary went to call the cattle and met a tragic
fate) BBV, CBOP, CFBP, CH, C0BV3, GN, GS, GT, LC,MPB, OTP,
PEC,
PTR5, STB, T, TB, TSW, TVSH
0, Mary go and call the cattle home - PG2
I
Three fishers, The - (The sad fate of three fishers) BBV, LC,
OTP, PG2, TVSH
I
Tide river, The - (Stream starts pure, gathers waste and is
clean again in ocean) ABVC
PI
Valentine's day - (On valentine's day a bird would sing of love)
DAD, GS
Kinney, Maude S.
I
Nipa-Thatched house - (Folk song of the Philippines) DAS
Kiokusui
I
Traveler caught in a storm, A - GWP
-277Kipling, Rudyard
I
Ballad of the clampherdown, The - (English sea battle) PEC
I
Big steamers - (Food from the ends of the earth) MW5, TC6
PI
Camel's hump, The - (An idle person may get a cameleelioue lump)
GS, N5, PP04
Cameleelious Hump, The - PP06
I
Children's song, The - (A child's patriotic prayer) N6, PP06,
TC5, TVSH
I
Choice, The - (America's spirit speaks to the world) PAP
I
Danny Deever - (A British soldier in India) BBV, TSW
I
English flag, The - (Glories of the British Empire) PEC
I
Explorer, The - (The urge that sends explorers on) GR6
PI
First friend, The - (Loyalty of a dog and cat)
I
Gunga Din - (A brave, black man of India served an English
regiment) BBV
I
Hunting song of the Seeonee pack - (The wolf pack hunting a doe
in the jungle) T
I
If - (What it means to be a man) ODP, PP06, TSW
I
Law of the jungle, The - PP06
I
Love song of Har Dyal, The - (A maid of India) GBV
I
Mary's son - (if you work for wages or fame alone, you are not
needed on this earth) N6
I
Overland mail, The - (The mail from Britain must get thru to the
British in India) PEC
KPI
Playing Robinson Crusoe - (Cat will not play as well as dog) PEC
P
Pussy and Binkie - (Pet cat and dog) PP03
I
Road-Song of the Bandar-log - (Monkey chatter) LC
I
Rolling down to Rio - (A child would like to sail to Rio) PP06
PI
Seal lullaby - LC, OHBP, PR, T, THBP
White seal's lullaby - RAR
I
Secret of the machines, The - (How modern machines are made and
their uses) MW5
MPB, NW5
-278Kipling, Rudyard (Cont’d)
I
"There was once a small boy in Quebec" - (Nonsense) CSR5
In Quebec - TSW
PI
True royalty - (Queen Balkis and King Solomon talked to
butterflies) ODP, PEC
I
Way through the woods, The - (Woods deserted for seventy years)
CH
Kirk, Richard
PI
Cook-a-Doddle-Dool - (A weathercock) TSW
PI
Our two gardens - (Flower and vegetable) TSW
Kiser, Smauel Ellsworth
I
Memorial Day, 1889 - DAD, H
Knapp, Marjorie
I
Books - (Companionship of) CB05
I
Box in the attio - (Grandmother's keepsakes) CB06
I
My heart is running over - ("With longing for spring") CB04
I
Scullery boy, The - (Scullery boy waited to be slapped for the
hundred years that Sleeping Beauty slept) CB06
PI
When I fly - (Will be careful of moon and stars) CB03
Knipe, Arthur A,
KP
Autumn - (Children and squirrels each busy) GF
KP
Discovery, A - (Turtle) GF
KP
Thirsty flowers - (Watering thirsty plants) GF
Knott, William F,
PI
We'll fling the starry banner out - H
Knowlton, Harriet
PI
Salute, The - (The return of a soldier from war) SY
Knox, Ethel Louise
I
Paul Bunyan's blue ox - (A tall tale from the lumber camps) CD6
Kohn, Annette
I
Our soldier dead - (Our World War dead in France shall not be
forgotten) H
Koletzke, Helena
KP
On the train - (Sounds of wheels and whistle) CB02
Krehbiel, Evans
KP
Morning - (The child next door can't play because she has to help
with the housework) SY
KP
That little girl next door - (Demands so much time that neighbor
neglects flowers) SY
P
Trees - SY
Kreymborg, Alfred
PI
Idealists - (Contrast between doing and talking) LC
Krout, Mary Hannah
PI
Little brown hands - (Hands have many uses) CLP, CSBP, EC5, PB3
Krummaoher, Friedrich Wilhelm
I
Moss rose, The - (Moss on a rose granted as a favor
POS
by an angel)
Kuck, Clara
KP
Frost fairies - (The snow covers the town and makes
FVYC
it look white)
WL" - See Lucas, Edward Verrall
La Fontaine, Jean de
I
Castle-Builder, The - (Day dreaming about a richfuture causes
girl tragic loss of even the near at hand) BVC, OTP
a
Laighton, Albert
I
Autumn - (Colors are deeper
I
Under the leaves - (Arbutus seen where leaves have hidden
one of God's hidden beauties) OHP
Lamb, Charles and Mary
I
Anger - HBV, OTP, PCL
in autumn) DAD, PFEM
them -
Charles and Mary (Cont'd)
Beasts in the tower, The - (At the zoo) OTP, PCL
Beauty and the beast - (Story of) PCL
Beggar-Man, The - (Was once a spoiled child) PCL
Birthday thought, A - (A prayer of thanks and for wisdom) PCL
Blindness - (Pity for little blind girl) PCL
Boy and the skylark, The - (Child feared skylark would tell of
his naughtiness but bird was too busy to bother) PCL
Boy and the snake, The - (Mother watches child feed part
breakfast to a poisonous snake) PCL, TB
Child and the snake, The - BPB
of his
Breakfast - OTP, PCL
Broken doll, The - (Forgive the child who thoughtlessly breaks
your toy) PCL
Butterfly, The - (Sister persuades brother not to catch butterflies)
PCL
Charity - (Lesson on giving to the poor - children give only
pleasures) PCL
Choosing a name - (Child tries to choose a name for sister)
ABVC, BFV, CBOV, CLP, GS, OTP, PCL, TB
Choosing a profession - (Creole boy chose to be a chimney sweep)
PCL
Cleanliness - (Hands are wonderful tools - keep them clean) CBOV,
OTP, PCL, PR
Clock striking - (Clock striking was first sound a deaf girl heard
when regaining hearing) PCL
Coffee slips, The - (Man gave his drinking water to coffee tree
slips that he was taking to Martinico) PCL
Confidant, The - (Child who listened to everyone's troubles, lost
her health, now she listens to none) PCL
Conquest of prejudice - (Overcoming a prejudice against negroes)
PCL
Crumbs to the birds - (Bird
PCL
sings and looks for food) ABVC, OTP,
-281Lamb, Charles and Mary (Cont'd)
I
David - (David killed Goliath) PCL
I
David in the cave of Adullam - (Three
brought him water) PCL
I
Discontent and quarreling - (Brother and
I
Duty of a brother, The - PCL
I
End of May, The - (Family expecting return of father learn that
he is dead) PCL
I
Envy - OTP, PCL, TB
I
Eyes - (Character shown in) PCL
I
Fairy, The - (Child thinks of fairies, but describes little
sister) PCL
I
Feigned courage - Pretending to be a Roman hero - BVC, GN
I
First of April, The - (Child regretted April Fool joke) ABVC, PCL
PI
First tooth, The - PCL
I
Force of habit, The - (As a child he was afraidof the noise
guns but as an adult he was a war hero) PCL
I
Good temper - (Advantages of) PCL
I
Great grandfather, The - (Favorite with children) PCL
I
Hester - (it is hard to think of lovely Hester dead) BPB, OTP
I
Home delights - (Compared with theatre and traveling) PCL
I
Housekeeper, The - (A snail's home) CTBP, GN, LC, ODP, OTP, PG2,
POS, PP05, T, TVSH
I
Incorrect speaking - (Speak truthfully as well as correctly) PCL
I
Journey from school and to school,
PI
King and Queen of Hearts, The - (Story of)
I
Lame brother, The - (Sister encourages) PCL
I
Love, death, and reputation - (Love and deathcould part
again, but a reputation lost cannot be found) PCL
PI
Magpie's nest, The - (Magpie tried to show other birds how to
build a nest but grew disgusted with their attitudes) OTP, PCL, PR
of David's captains
sisterquarrel)
PCL
of
The -(Comparison) PCL
PCL
and meet
-282Lamb, Charles and Mary (Cont'd)
I
Memory - (Advice from memory personified) PCL
I
Men, the women, and the monkeys, The - PCL
I
Mimic harlequin, The - (Destruction through child's
I
Moderation in diet - (Do not be greedy) PCL
I
Motes in the sunbeams - (Comparison of mote andmountain)
I
My birthday - (Thoughts of an invalid) PCL
PI
Neatness in apparel - OTP, PCL
I
New-Born infant, The - (God-given infant, if able, would be
grateful for care) PCL
I
Nurse Green - (Mother assures child who is afraid of death) PCL
I
Nursing - (Sister cares for orphaned baby brother) PCL
I
Offer, The - (Rich and an orphan, or poor with eight sisters later chosen) PCL
I
On a picture of the finding of Moses by Pharaoh’d daughter PCL
I
On the Lord's Prayer - (Explanation of some phrases) PCL
P
Orange, The - (Sharing) PCL
I
Parental recollections - (Of a small child) PCL
P
Peach, The - (Sharing) OTP, PCL
I
Penny pieces - (Young ladies carried only gold, so had no pennies
for beggars) PCL
PI
Prince Dorus - (Prince Dorus, while under a spell had a very
long nose) ABVC, PCL
I
Queen Oriana's dream - (Youth could not finish poem) PCL
I
Rainbow, The - (Enjoyment of rainbow colors) PCL
I
Reaper's child. The - (Child sleeps in the hedge while mother
works in corn) PCL
I
Repentance and reconciliation - (Children are sorry for quarrel)
PCL
play) PCL
PCL
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Lamb, Charles and Mary (Cont'd)
I
Reproof, The - (Punishment for being rude to a beggar) PCL
I
Ride, The - (London child sees fields in the country for the
first time) PCL
I
Rook and the sparrows, The - (Children should be taught that it
is better to help than to judge animal life or people) PCL
I
Sparrow and the hen, The - (Hen explains why farmers care for
her) PCL
I
Spartan boy, The - (Story of the boy who let a coal burn him
rather than disturb a religious service) PCL, TB
I
Suffer little children, and forbid them not, to come unto me PCL
I
Text, The - (Boy proud of remembering sermon, but sister was
living truths) PCL
I
Thoughtless cruelty - (Child taught not to kill flies) PCL
I
Three friends, The - (Story of the friendship of three girls)
PCL
I
Time spent in dress - (Keep a record of time wasted on dress)
PCL
I
To a river in which a child was drowned - PCL
I
To a young lady, on being too fond of music - PCL
I
Two bees, The - (Child followed bees and was lost) PCL
I
Two boys. The - (One boy wished for a book, the other for food)
PCL
I
Wasps in a garden - (Destruction of) PCL
I
Weeding - (Child tried to pull nettles) PCL
PI
Which is the favourite? - (All the children in the family are
the favourite) OTP, PCL
I
Why not do it, sir, to-day? - (The only words a parrot could
say) PCL
I
Written in the first leaf of a child's memorandum-book - (Good
resolutions) PCL
I
Young letter-writer, The - (Child can think of nothing to say in
a letter) ABVC, PCL
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PI
Skyscraper is a city's house - MPB
I
Summon the workers - (Workers of many kinds needed to build a
skyscraper) MPB
Lampman , Archibald
I
Snowbirds - (Watching a flock of snowbirds feed) POS
Landers , Warren P.
PI
When we plant a tree - (Plant wood for useful articles, shade and
bird homes) GF
Landon, Letita Elizabeth
I
Wind, The - (The wind has many moods) FAS6, OTP, PB6, POS, PR
Lane, Martha Allen Luther
P
Hilda's Christmas - (Gifts for others) PFEM, TY
Lang, Andrew
I
Ballade of blue china - TSW
P
Croak, said the toad - (Hungry toad and frog find their dinners)
CD2
I
Romance - (A beautiful maiden dwelt in a castle) CTBP
I
Soythe song - C0BV3, CTBP, DAD, FAS4, GN, T
Lanier, Sidney
I
Ballad of trees and the master, A - (The story of the night
before the crucifixion) CZ5, PB6, SS6
I
Battle of Lexington, The - PAP
I
Dear land of all my love - CSR6, C06, DAD, GN, MPB, PB6, SS6, TC6
I
Nine from eight - (An old man who couldn't find out how much he
owed because he couldn't subtract) PP05
I
Song of the Chattahoochee - (The beauty of a river) BBV, BR6,
GR6, LC, ODP, N6, RGO
I
Spring greeting - (Song of spring) N5
I
Tampa robins - N5, PP06, TC7
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I
Tournament, The - PEC, PP05
Larcom, Lucy
P
At Queen Maude's banquet - (Playing with a baby sister) PP03
P
Berrying song - BR3, PP03
PI
Brown thrush, The - CCP, CLP, EC4, EG5, HBV, L3, MPB, OTP, PB1,
PPAL, PP03, RAR, RS, TV, TV, UTS
At. Unknown - DAD
P
Calling the violet - MPB, PB1, PP03
I
Day of joy, The - (Easter morning) H
I
Flag, The - DAD, H
PI
Grace and her friends - (Girl enjoys nature
from school) CLP, TVSH
I
Hannah binding shoes - (Woman faithful to her lost sailor lover)
GN
P
Harebell, A - PP03
I
Hymn - (in memory of the Old South Church,Beverly, Mass.)
I
I said it on the meadow path -(Beauties
PI
If I were a sunbeam - PB3, PFEM, PG1, PP03
P
In time's swing - (Comparison of seasons) FS4
P
Little Nannie - (A child who hears and see nature's beauty) PFEM,
PP03
PI
Maroh -
PI
National flower, A - (Choosing a flower for every season) PFEM
PI
Nature's Easter music - OHP
P
New Year song - TC4
I
Plant a tree - (in setting out a tree one plants hope, joy, peace,
youth and love) DAD, HBV, TL5
PI
Red top and timothy - (Birds live in the field of clover and
timothy until the harvest) PP03, UTS
on her way to and
OHP
ofnature are best)
NA5
(March brings spring flowers and birds) PCH, TVSH, TY
-286Larcom, Lucy (Cont'd)
PI
Rivulet, The - (Child urges the brook to sing of the beauty it
has seen as it runs on its way) MC, PB4, PP03, PR, TC, TVSH
PI
Sing-Away bird, The - (A sing-away bird on a runaway river)
CB0V2, PP03
PI
Sir robin - (A robin enjoys spring while he looks for something
to eat) BR4, C0BV1, MPB, PB2
I
Sister months, The - (Beauties of April and May) POS
I
Song of the thrush - PG1
At. Unknown - BR3
I
Strip of blue, A - (A strip of sea) OTP
I
Thanksgiving, A - (A prayer of thanksgiving for beauties of
nature,and for understanding human and divine) OHP
I
Tolling - (Lincoln's death) OHP
I
Trees, The - (Trees fit human moods) OHP
I
Two festivals - (Thanksgiving and Christmas) DAD
Lathbury, Mary A.
I
Easter song - (Snowdrops, lilies and butterflies tell the Easter
story) OHP
Lathrop, George Parsons
I
Keenan's charge - (Major Keenan's 300 of 8th Pennsylvania Cavalry
bravely charged 10,000 advancing enemy to give time to
strategically place the cannon) BBV, PAP
I
Name of Washington, The - (A plea to emulate George Washington)
DAD, H
Lauren, Joseph
I
Butterfly and the caterpillar, The - RS
I
Fox and the grapes, The - RS
I
Frogs who wanted a king, The - RS
Lawrence, Ruth
I
Washington's tomb - (Trying to givenew meaning to words of
praise) OHP
-287Lazarus, Emma
I
Mater amabilis - (Mother love) OHP
Leamy, Edmund
PI
Lullaby - (A negro lullaby) GBV
I
Visions - (A wanderer's nostalgia for home and mother) BBV, GBV
Lear, Edward
PI
"A was an ape” - (Nonsense alphabet) CNB
PI
"A was once an apple-pie" - (Nonsense alphabet) CNB, PPAL
I
Akong of swat, The - (Nonsense about a ruler of India) CNB, GR6,
NA, RS, SS4
PI
Alphabet, An -("The absolutely abstemious ass") - (A nonsense
alphabet of animals) CNB
PI
At dingle bank - (iflihat happened to boys who neglected their
lessons) CNB
I
Author of the "Pobble", The - (The author tells about himself)
BVC, OTP
PI
Broom, the shovel, the poker and the tongs, The - (Broom, shovel,
poker and tongs quarreled while out riding) CNB, RAR
KP
Calico pie -
I
Courtship ofthe Yonghy-Bonghy-Bo', The - (The sad
unsuccessful courtship) CNB, OTP
PI
Cummerbund, The - (Nonsense about a woman of
PI
Daddy long legs and the fly - (Nonsense) CNB
I
Dong with the luminous
PI
Duck and the
S6, THBP
PI
Epitaph - (How to write a rhyme) CNB
I
Jumblies, The - (Nonsense - The jumblies sailed away in a sieve)
CNB, CFBP, FP, GF, GS, HBV, OTP, NA4, RS, SSN, T, TC4, WR
I
Mr. and Mrs. Discobbolus - CNB
P
Mr. and Mrs. Spikky Sparrow - (Mr. and Mrs. Sparrow bought hats
to keep from catching cold) CNB, SSN
(Nonsense verse) CNB, MPB, SSN
tale of an
India) CNB
nose, The - (A lost meteor) CNB
kangaroo, The - (Nonsense verse) CNB, GF,OHBP,
-288Lear, Edward (Cont'd)
PI
Mrs. Blue-Dickey-Bird - (Mother dickey-bird goes walking with her
six strange chickey-birds) CNB
PI
Mrs. Jaypher - CNB
I
New vestments, The - (What happened to a man who invented original
clothes) CNB
PI
Nonsense alphabet -("A tumbled
down”)- CNB
KP
Nonsense alphabet, A - (”A was
A was an ant - CNB, PPAL
an ant”) SSN, SUSU
PI
Nonsense alphabet - ("A was an area arch”) CNB, PG1
PI
Nutcrackers and the sugar tongs, The - (Nutcrackers and sugar
tongs rode away) CNB, RAR
KP
Owl and the pussy-cat, The - (Nonsense verse) CBOV, CCP, CFBP,
CLP, CNB, C0BV2, EC3, FAS3, GF, BBV, MPB, NS3, OHBP, OTP, PB2,
PCH, PEC, PG1, PR, RAR, RS, SSN, STP, SUSU, T, THBP, TSW, TV,
TVSH, TY, UTS
I
Pelican chorus, The - (Pelicans living on the
CNB
shore of the Nile)
I
Pobble who has no toes, The - (How the pobble
BVC, CNB, GWP, HBV, NS3, NW3, OTP, MPB
lost his toes)
I
Quangle Wangle's hat, The - (Nonsense - Enough birds built nests
in Quangle Wangle's large hat to make a colony) CFBP, CNB, GF,
PB5, PR5, RS, SSN
PI
Spots of Greece - (Spots in Greece are lovely but spots of Greece
unsightly) CNB
PI
Table and the chair, The - (Nonsense verse - The table and the
chair go for a walk) CBOV, CCP, CNB, C04, HBV, MPB, N4, OHBP,
PB4, PCH, PPAL, PP04, SS4
PI
"There was a young girl of Majorca" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was a young lady in blue" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was a young lady in white" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was a young lady of Bute" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNP, SR5
PI
"There was a young lady of Clare" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was a young lady of Corsica" - CNB
-289Lear, Edward (Cont’d)
PI
"There was a young lady of Dorking" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was a young lady of Firle" - CNB
PI
"There was a young lady of Greenwich" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was a young lady of Hull" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was a young lady of Lucca" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was a young lady of Norway" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB, CS4
PI
"There was a young lady of Parma" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was a young lady of Poole - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was a young lady of Portugal - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was a young lady of Russia" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was a young lady of Ryde" - (Nonsense verse) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was a young lady of Sweden" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was a young lady of Troy" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was a young lady of Turkey" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was a young lady of Tyre" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was a young lady of Wales" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was a young lady of Welling" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
KPI
"There was a young lady whose bonnet" - BNV, CFBP, CNB, GF
Young lady whose bonnet - PCH
PI
"There was a young lady whose chin" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB, RS
PI
"There was a young lady whose eyes" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB, RS, TSW
PI
"There was a young lady whose nose" - (Nonsense - Young lady had
nose so long that she hired companion to carry it) BNV, CNB, SSN
PI
"There was a young man of Thermopylae" - SR5
I
"There was a young man so benighted" - CHR5
PI
"There was a young person in green" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was a young person in pink" - (Nonsense) CNB
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Lear, Edward (Cont'd)
PI
"There was a young person in red" - (Nonsense - a new
hat) CNB
PI
"There was a young person of Ayr" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was a young person of Bantry" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was a young person of Crete" - (Nonsense) BNV,
PI
"There was a young person of Janina" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was a young person of Kew" - (A greedy young woman)
PI
"There was a young person of Smyrna" - (Nonsense verse) BNV, CNB
PI
"There, was a young person whose history" - (An authoress of
history) CNB
PI
"There was an old lady of Chertsy" - (Nonsense verse) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old lady of France" - (Nonsense - the owner of
ducks) CNB
PI
"There was an old lady of Prague" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old lady of Winchelsea" - (A particular housekeeper)
CNB
PI
"There was an old lady whose folly" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB, RS
PI
"There was an old man at a junction" - (Nonsense - a man who
missed his train) CNB
PI
"There was an old man at a station" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old man in a barge" - (Nonsense - a man
CNB, MPB
KPI
"There was an old man in a boat" - BNV, CNB, OTP, PB4
PI
"There was an old man in a casement" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man in a garden" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old man in a marsh" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old man in a pew" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man in a tree" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old man in a tree" - (Nonsense - bored with a bee)
BNV, CSR4, GR6, N6, NA, OTP, TSW
Old man and the bee, The - SSN
CNB
CNB
fishing)
-291Lear, Edward (Cont’d)
PI
“There was an old man of Ancona" - (Nonsense - hunting the owner
of a lost dog) CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Aosta" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Apulia" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Berlin" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Blackheath" - CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Bohemia" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Boulak" - (A man who rode on a crocodile
CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Calcutta" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Cape Horn" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB, TSW
PI
"There was an old man of Coblenz" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB, SR5
PI
"There was an old man of Columbia" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Corfu" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Dee-side" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Dumblane" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Dumbree" - (Nonsense - Teaching owls to
eat proper food) CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Dundee" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Dunluce" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Dunrose" •
- (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old man of El Hums" ■- (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Hong Kong "- (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Ibreem" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Jamaica" ■- (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Kamsohatka" - (Nonsense) BNV, CHB
PI
"There was an old man of Kilkenny" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Leghorn" ■- (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
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Lear, Edward (Cont'd)
PI
"There was an old man of Madras" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Marseilles" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Melrose" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Messina" - CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Moldavia" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
I
"There was an old man of Nantucket" - CHR5
PI
"There was an old man of Nepaul" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Peru" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Port Grigor" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Quebeo" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Spithead" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old man of th* Abruzzi" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Thames Ditton" - CNB
PI
"There was an old man of the Cape" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man of the coast" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB, RS
PI
"There was an old man of the Dargle" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old man of the Dee" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man of the East" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man of the Hague" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man of the Isles" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man of the Nile" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man of the North" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man of the South" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man of the West" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB, RS
PI
"There was an old man of the Wrekin" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Thermopyloe" - (Nonsense) CNB
-293Lear, Edward (Cont'd)
PI
"There was an old man of Three Bridges" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Toulouse" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Vesuvius" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Vienna" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man of West Dumpet" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Whitehaven" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man on a hill" - (Nonsense verse) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man on some rocks" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man on the border". - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old man on the Humber" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old man on whose nose" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
KPI
"There was an old man who said,'How’" - BNV, CB0V2, CFBP, CHR5,
CNB, GF, N6, PB4, TSW
Old man and the cow, The - N6, SSN
PI
"There was an old man who said, 'Hush'" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB,
OTP
PI
"There was an old man who said, 'Well’" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB, RS
PI
"There was an old man who screamed out" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old man who supposed" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB, RS
PI
"There was an old man, who when little" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old man whose despair" - CNB
PI
"There was an old man whose remorse" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old man with a beard" - (Birds nested in man’s
beard) BNV, CHR5, CNB, CSR4, N6, OTP, PB4, TSW
Just as he feared - RAR
PI
"There was an old man with a flute" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man with a gong" - (Nonsense verse) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old man with a nose" - (Nonsense verse) BNV, CNB
-294Lear, Edward (Cont'd)
PI
"There was an old mam with a poker" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB,
PI
"There was an old man with an owl" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old person in black" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old person in grey" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Anerley" - (Nonsense) BNV , CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Bangor" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Bar" - CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Barnes" - CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Basing" -(Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Blythe" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Bow" - CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Bray" - CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Bree" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Brigg" - CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Brill" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Bromley" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Buda" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Bude" - CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Burton" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB,
PI
"There was an old person of Cadiz" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Cannes" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old man of Cashmere" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Cassel" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Cheadle" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Chester" - (Nonsense) BNV , CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Chili" - (Nonsense verse) BNV,
-295Lear, Edward (Cont'd)
PI
"There was an old person of China" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Cromer" - (Nonsense) BNV,
PI
"There was an old person of Crowle" - CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Deal" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Dean" - (Nonsense - Not
person) CNB, PCH
PI
"There was an old person of Dover" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Down" - CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Dundalk" - CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Dutton" -
PI
"There was an old person of Ealing" - CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Ems" - (Nonsense - A man who fell in
the Thames) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Ewell" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Fife" - (Nonsense) CNB, MPB
PI
"There was an old person of Filey" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Florence" - CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Grange" -
(Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Gretna" -
(Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Hove" - CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Hurst" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Hyde" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Ickley" -
(Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Ischia" -
(Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Jodd" - CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Leeds" - (Nonsense verse) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Loo" - (Nonsense) CNB
CNB
a greedy
(Nonsense) BNV, CNB
-296Lear, Edward (Cont'd)
PI
"There was an old person of Minety" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Mold” - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Newry" - (Nonsense - bad manners) CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Nice" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Pett" - CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Philoe" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Pinner" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Pisa" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Prague" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Putney" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Rheims" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Rhodes" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Rimini" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Rye" - CNB
PI
"There was sin old person of Sark" - (Nonsense - bad manners) CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Sestri" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Sheen" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Shields" - (Nonsense - a person who
enjoyed a country walk) CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Shoreham" - CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Skye" - CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Slough" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Spain" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Sparta" -(Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Stroud" - (A person who did not like
a crowd) CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Tartary" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
Lear, Edward (Cont'd)
PI
"There was an old person of Tring" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Troy" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Ware" - (Nonsense - man rode on a
bear) CNB, PCH
Moppsikon floppsikon bear, The - SSN
PI
"There was an old person of Wick" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Wilts" - CNB
PI
"There was an old person of Woking" - (Nonsense) CNB
PI
"There was an old person whose habits" - (Nonsense) BNV, CNB
PI
Two old bachelors, The - (Two foolish men go to hunt for their
dinner) CNB
I
Youthful cove, The - (How to educate a youth) CNB
Le Bron,, Marion
KPI
Sea winds - (Child stands on a hill above the sea in a strong
wind) THBP
Le Cron,, Helen Cowles
PI
Harry Hippopotamus - PB3, PP03
P
Little baby elephant - (Forgot his handkerchief) HR3
KPI
Little Charlie Chipmunk - (Chipmunk chattered too much) GF, UTS
KP
Little Danny Donkey - (Wouldn't wash behind his ears) GF, HR3
KP
Sally Centipede - (Scuffs her shoes) GF
KP
Secret, The - (The Easter rabbit does not tell who brought the
eggs) PVYC
KP
Willie Wolf - (-a greedy wolf) GF
Ledoux, Albert R.
I
Three good things - (Work, food and rest) N6
Ledoux, Louis V.
PI
Slumber song - (The shepherd brings his sheep safely to their
fold) MPB, PT, UTS
Ledwidge, Francis
PI
Find, The - (Playing fairy tunes on a hollowreed)
SP
I
My mother - (Description) OHP
PI
Shadow people, The - (A child only sees shadowpeople) GWP, MPB,
PB4, PCH, RAR, SP, TSW, TT5
Lee, Anne
P
Airplane - CD3
Lee, Harry
PI
Valentine for my mother - MPB
I
Winged heels - (Crippled World War I veterans watching skaters)
BBV
Lee, Joseph
I
Requiem - (For soldier and sailor) OHP
Lees, Edwin
I
Signs of Christmas - (Cold weather, holly, mistletoe, etc.) OHP
LeGallienne, Richard
I
Beatus vir - (Appreciation of nature's beauties brings happiness)
OHP
I
Caravan from China comes, A - (Fanciful story of the stars) MSP
P
Child's evensong, A - (Children as well as nature must sleep at
ni ght) GS
I
Easter hymn, An - (Easter lessons) OHP
I
May is building her house - (Spring) LC, NA6,
PI
I meant to do my work today - (Nature calls to hare work undone
and enjoy summer) CCP, MPB, NC3, RL3, SP
Called away - SUSU
I
Pine lady, The - (Song of the pine trees) C0BV3
I
Song of bread and honey, A - (Picnic of bread and honey) PCH
PI
Wayfaring - (Walking at harvest time) TVSH
OHP
Lehmann, Rudolph Chambers
I
Easy - (Tale of a lazy donkey) ABVC
PI
On Saturday morning early - (Child plans a trip
Imagination) TVSH
in the land of
Leigh, Henry S.
I
Twins, The - GWP, PB4, PP04, TC4, TL6, TSW, TUPS
Leitoh, Mary Sinton
PI
Owl, The - T
Leonard, William Ellery
I
Shepherd boy and the wolf, The - (Fable of) MPB
At. Unknown - Shepherd boy and the wolf - WR4
Lesemann, Maurice
KPI
Mockingbird, The - (interpreting the song of the mockingbird)
THBP
Letts, Winifred
PI
Guinea fowl - (What the guinea fowl's cry means)
I
Kerry cow, The - TSW
PI
Shops - (Curiosity about shopkeepers) MSP
PI
Tim, an Irish terrier - (Description of faithful pet) TVSH
Leveridge, R.
I
Roast beef of old England, The - BVC
Levi, Frances Hanna
PI
Music - (HoW it comes) SY
Levy, Newman
PI
Hottentot tot, The - RS
Lewis, Matthew Gregory
I
Allan Water - (Deserted by a lover) OTP
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Lewis, Michael
I
April winds - TSW
PI
Cataline, Cato - (Nonsense) RS
p
Medley, A - (-of Mother Goose) TSW
p
Murribo, Jumbo - (Nonsense verse about Columbus) RS
PI
Niminy, piminy - (Nonsense) RS
PI
Nonsense song - (Nonsense) RS
PI
Rikki-tikki-tavy - (Nonsense) RS
KPI
Spring ring-jingle - RS
Leyden, Dr. John
I
Mermaid, The - (A mermaid kept a mortal captive and tried to
win his love, but failed) STB
Lieberman, Elias
I
I am an American - (An emblem of humanity) MW6
Lillard, R. W.
I
America’s answer - (America will always fight for the cause of
freedom just as did the World War soldiers) H, PP08
Lincoln, Joseph
I
Cod Fisher, The - (Life) FS5
I
Regular army man, The - (The United States soldier) PAP
Liddell, Catherine C,
I
Jesus the carpenter - (Carpenter pride in fact that Christ also
was one) DAD, PEC
Lindsay, Anne
I
Auld robin gray - (Tragedy came because of a lover lost at sea)
BFV, BPP, CH
Lindsay, Vachel
I
Bronco that would not be broken, The - (Bronoo died while being
broken) JA
Vaohel (Cont’d)
Congo, The - (Missionary work on the Congo - description of
native celebration and then acceptance of Christianity) JA
Crickets on a strike - (Crickets refused to playforthe fairy
queen in the dew and now play in a house) JA
Dancing for a prize - (Three fairies danced, but the judge
awarded one because of her resemblance to a memory) JA
Dandelion - (Dandelion blossoms in spite of lawn grass and lawn
mower) JA
Dirge for a righteous kitten, A - JA
Drying their wings - (The moon is a cottage where children of
wind, tide and sky may dry their wings) JA
Fairy from the apple-seed, The - (Dryad sprangfrom apotted
and guards the study door) JA
tree
Flower-Fed buffaloes, The - (Buffaloes are gone) MPB, S6, SS4,
WP6
Flower of mending, The - (Friends can help each other) CS4, JA,
LC
Ghost of the Buffaloes, The - (Boy's dream - ghosts of Indians
and ghosts of buffaloes rode past in thunder. A cricket sang)
JA, RGO
Grasshopper, The - CCP, GR5, JA, N3, TSW, UTS
Explanation of the grasshopper, An - CCP, GF, PCH
Haughty snail-king, The - (The snail-king wanted a crown that
shone like the moon) JA
Humble bumble bee, The - (The bee guards Indian fairyland in
winter) UTS
I want to go wandering - TSW
In praise of Johnny Appleseed - (John Chapman (Johnny Appleseed
1775-1847) traveled west, planting apple seeds. He traveled
alone and refused Indian invitations to stay) JA, TSW
Indian summer day on the prairie, An - (Description of sun’s
travels) JA
Kallyope yell. The - (The calliope sings of the spirit of the
circus and democracy for men) JA
-302Lindsay, Vachel (Cont’d)
I
King of yellow butterflies, The - (Yellow butterflies are vain
adventurers) JA, LC, N4
I
Lame boy and the fairy, The - (Fairy gave lame boy beauties of
nature, of adventure and of literature in music and verse)
JA, ODP
I
Lion, The - (Lion is fierce but hunted) CSR4,
JA, UTS
KPI
Little turtle, The - CA3, CCP, C02, D3, FAS2,
N2, NP1, PCH, RAR, RL3, SP, SS2, SUSU, UTS
FH2, GF, GR3, JA,
PI
Moon’s the north wind’s cooky, The - (What the little girl said)
JA, SH2
PI
Mysterious cat, The - CU3, JA, SR4, TT3
PI
Old horse in the city, The - (The moon's a peck of corn) JA, UTS
I
Our mother Pocahontas - (Our heritage from Pocahontas) LC
PI
Potatoes' dance, The - JA, MPB, SP, SS5, SUSU, TT4
I
Santa-Fe trail, The - (Traveling west) JA, SR6
I
Sea serpent chantey. The - (A serpent waits at the bottom of the
sea for the spoils from wrecks) JA
I
Sorceress, The - (Aladdin's lamp is in the heart) JA
I
Sunshine - (Love of a small child brings joy) JA
I
Two old crows - (Two crows chatted on a fence rail until startled
by a bee) JA
PI
What grandpa mouse said -
I
What the clown said - (The moon is a paper hoop, and the clown
tries to leap it in his sleep) JA
PI
What the gray-winged fairy
I
What the rattle snake said - (Rattle snake said that sun and moon
were afraid of him) CD4, JA, TSW
I
What the scarecrow said - (Moon is a treasure dug for King
Scarecrow) JA
I
What the snowman said - (The moon is a snowball melted and
renewed twelve times a year)
I
Yet gentle will the griffin be - (The moon is a griffin's egg)
JA, SP, TSW
(The moon is the owl-queen) JA, UTS
said - (Moon is a fairy gong) JA
-303Link, Lenore, M.
KP
Holding hands - (Elephants hold hands by holding tails) UTS
Littledale, R t F.
P
Morning hymn - GS
Lockhart, John Gibson
I
Bernardo and Alphonso
- (The king betrays his knight) GS
I
Wandering knight’s song, The - BFV
Lofting, Hugh
PI
Betwixt and between - (Nonsense - twins) GWP, PPC
KPI
Christmas dough - (Baking for Christinas) PPC
KP
Clippety clop - (Barber shop) PPC
PI
Food-Eymn of the cock-goblins, The - (Nonsense - Luscious
goblin food) PPC
KPI
Gibberish - (Nonsense) PPC
KP
Gimcrack and gewgaw - (Playing see-saw, one leaves to catch a
rabbit) PPC
P
Good morning cornucopia - (Nonsense) PPC
PI
Household drudge, The - PPC
KPI
Jim Nast of Pawtucket
P
Kitchen kalendar, The - (Nonsense - different days are special
food days) PPC
KP
Legend of the sea-sick sea-gull, The - PPC
KP
Lollipopinjay, The - (Nonsense) PPC
PI
Loose in the middle - (Nonsense about indigestion) PPC
PI
Lulu Gubrious - (Nonsense about weather) PPC
KP
Milk and honeymoon, The - (Nonsense) PPC
KPI
Millinery bird, The - (Vain birds) PPC
PI
Mister beers - (A man tried to dig to China) GWP, PPC
- (Nonsense - sliding downstairs) PPC
-304Lofting, Hugh (Cont'd)
PI
Mr. Parry and Mrs. Pringle - (Nonsense - widow asks why a
bachelor) PPC
PI
Mrs. Van Der Hook - (Nonsense - a lady of Amsterdam) PPC
PI
Oom-pah - (Playing a wind instrument) GWP, PPC
p
Palm family, The - (Nonsense) PPC
KPI
Petroleum and turpentine - (Nonsense) PPC
PI
Picnic - (Nonsense - Girls have a picnic) PPC, SUSU
KP
Pirate of the kitchen sink, The - (Nonsense - Dish washing) PPC
KP
Rat and guitar, The - (Nonsense) PPC
KP
Scallywag and gollywog - (Nonsense - a sea voyage) PPC
KP
Scrubby chubby - (Nonsense - howling for a toy) PPC
KPI
Up Wright and down Wright - (Nonsense - two brothers different
in character, lived together) PPC
PI
Vegetable school, The - PPC, TT3
KPI
Waffle-kite, The - (Nonsense) PPC
Loftus , Cecilia
KP
In the morning - (Each morning a new world) GF
Logan, John
I
Messenger of spring, The - (First bird of spring) POS
I
To the cuckoo - (Cuckoo announces spring) CLP, TVSH
Two cuckoo poems
Lomax, John
I
Cowboy's life, The - (Pleases him) CHR6, MPB
I
Home on the range, A - (in praise of) MPB
I
Whoopee ti yi yo, git along little dogies - (Cowboy's song)
CSR5, MPB
Longfellow,Henry Wadsworth
I
April day, An - (A walk in the woods) PP04
-305Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth (Cont'd)
PI
Arrow and the song, The - (A song which made a friend glad)
CHOP, CTBP, DAD, GR5, HBV, L4, OTP, PB3, PEC, PG2, PP04, TC5,
TSW, TVSH, TY
I
Arsenal at Springfield, The - (A plea for peace) PB6
I
Autumn - PG1
I
Beleagured city, The - (Army of dead at night) BPB
I
Bell of Atri, The - (A horse called the hudges by ringing the
bell of Atri) EC5, STP, TC, TY
I
Bells of Lywn, The - CHOP
I
Boy and the brook, The - (Story of a brook) CHOP, POS
I
Bridge, The - (Life's reflections on a bridge at midnight) PG2
I
Builders, The - (We are architects of our own lives) PG2, PP05,
TC6
PI
Building of the canoe, The - CSBP
I
Building of the long serpent, The - (Building on Norse ship)
I
Building of the ship, The - (The founding of the nation) COL
Ship of state, The - CTBP, EC5, HBV, OHP, PEC
I
Castle-Builder, The - (Worlds to conquer when a grown man) CHOP,
COL
I
Castle by the sea, The - (Tragic fate of a princess)
PI
Challenge of Thor, The - S4, TY
I
Children's hour, The - (The children play with their father at
twilight) BR5, CHOP, CLP, CSBP, EC5, G05, HBV, MPB, OTP, PCH,
PP04, TC, TSW, TY
PI
Christmas bells - DAD, H, HBV, MPB, MW5, PB3, PG2
Unbroken song - C0BV3, GR5
I
City and the sea, The - (A city panting in the heat) CHOP
I
Crew of the long serpent, The - (The crew were bold, well chosen
sailors) BVC
I
Cumberland, The - (Sunk by the Merrimac) PAP
I
Day of sunshine, A - CHOP
COL
CHOP
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth (Cont'd)
I
Daybreak - BFV, CHOP, C0BV2, CTBP, ODP, S5, TY
I
Decoration Day - CHOP, H, MPB, OHP
I
Discoverer of the North Cape, The - (The discoverer of the
northern most part of Norway) ABVC, BFV, CHOP, PB6, PTR6
I
Dutch picture, A - (A retired old Dutch sailor longs for sea
life) BVC, CBOP, FAS5
I
Emperor's bird's nest, The - (Emperor ordered that swallow's nest
on his tent should not be disturbed) MPB, STP
I
Excelsior - (A person resisting temptation strives for perfection)
CHOP, HBV, OTP, PG2, PP06
I
Fire of drift-wood, The - (Visiting by a driftwood fire in an old
house overlooking a harbor) BPB
I
Four by the clock - (in the morning) CHOP
I
Four winds, The - (Characterization of the windfrom
directions - from Hiawatha) TY
I
From my armchair - (Made from the oak of the village blacksmith)
CHOP, FAS5
I
Hiawatha and Kwasind - ABVC
I
Hiawatha and the Pearl-feather - (Hiawatha killed theterrible
magician, Pearl-feather) ABVC
PI
Hiawatha's brothers - (Hiawatha called all animals his brothers)
PCH, PR
PI
Hiawatha's canoe - OHP
PI
Hiawatha's chickens - (Hiawatha called all birds Hiawatha's
chickens) PCH, PR
PI
Hiawatha's childhood - BVC, CFBP, CLP, C0BV2, EC3, EG5,FR4, GF,
GS, LC, MPB, OHBP, PB2, PEC, RAR, RS, S4, T, THBP, TL5, TVSH, TY
PI
Hiawatha's fasting - PB-4
I
Hiawatha's fishing - COL, PB5, PP04
I
Hiawatha's friends - (The musioian and strongman are friends
Hiawatha) PAD, PB5, PP04
PI
Hiawatha's hunting - PP03
the different
of
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth (Cont'd)
I
Hiawatha's sailing - (The making and sailing of the birch-bark
canoe) BBV, BVC, COL, GCB05, L4, LR5, PB5, PCH, PP04, PCH, S5,
TVSH, TY
I
Home song - GN, OTP
I
Hymn of the Moravian nuns of Bethlehem Pulaski's banner made by the nuns) CHOP
(At the conseoration of
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Janus and January - (Janus points to old
andnew) POS
I
Killed at the ford - (The death of a soldier and his mother)
BBV, OHP
I
Let war's tempests cease - (A prayer for peace) OHP
I
Lighthouse, The - ABVC
I
Loss and gain - (Little measure for loss or gain) CHOP
PI
Love between brothers and sisters - (Brothers and sisters should
never quarrel) PEC
I
Luck of Edenhall, The - (Young lord destroys luck of his house
by breaking goblet) STB
PI
Lullaby of Nokomis - PCH
I
Maiden and weathercock - (News of the return of a lover) CHOP
I
My cathedral - (An outdoor place of worship) ODP
I
My lost youth - (A youth's longing for adventure) FAS5, OTP, RGO,
T, WP5
Sea memories - CBOP, MPB
I
New household, A - (A new home is a happy thing) GN
I
Night - PP05
I
Old clock on the stairs, The - (Time is ageless) BR5, FAS5, OTP,
PB6, PG2
I
Paul Revere's ride - BBV, CB, C05, C0BV3, COL, CSBP, DS, EC5, HBV,
LM5, ODP, PAP, PB5, PP05, S5, STP, TB, TC5, TY
I
Peace pipe, The - PP05, TL6
I
Pegasus in pound - (Pegasus stopped to enjoy autumnal beauty and
was locked up as a stray) CHOP, LC
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth (Cont'd)
I
Fhanton ship, The - (A New England legend) BFV, CHOP
I
Picture-Writing - (Hiawatha taught his people picture-writing)
MW4, PB5, TL6
I
Poet and his songs, The - (Why a poet writes) CHOP
I
Psalm of life, A - (A day should not pass in which we do not do
something that makes us and the world better) CHOP, CTBP, EC6,
FAS5, HBV, PEC, PG2, PP05, TC5, TSW, TVSH
I
Rain in summer - ABVC, BBV, BR5, GN, OTP, PCH, PP04, PR6, RS, S6,
I
Rainy day, The - (Some dreariness in every life as in weather)
DAD, PFEM
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Reaper and the flowers, The - (Death reaps flowers of youth for
Paradise) LC
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Revenge of Rain-in-the-Face - (Sioux Indians, refusing to be
moved from one reservation to another, attack Col. Custer's
company, sent to make them obey) BBV, CHOP
I
Santa Filomena - (A tribute to Florence Nightingale) CHOP, PP06
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Secret of the sea, The - (Questioning ocean) ABVC, CBOP, RS
I
Serenade - (From the Spanish student) LC
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Sermon of St. Francis, The - CHOP
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Sir Humphrey Gilbert - (Founder of first English colony in
Newfoundland) CHOP, HBV, N6, OPT, TVSH
I
Skeleton in armour, The - (A Norse skeleton tells of his flight
to America) BFV, CB, CHOP, C0BV3, CTBP, GBV, HBV, PEC, RGO, STB
I
Slave's dream, The - (The salve dreams about his native land)
GS, TSW
PI
Snowflakes - PCH, TY
P
Song - (Baby robins will soon fly) C0BV1
I
Song - (Stay at home is best) CHOP
I
Song, A - (Will buy myself some clothes and take to the highroad)
CB05
I
St. Francis' sermon to the birds - (St. Francis preached to birds
as he fed them) OTP, STP
-309Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth (Cont'd)
I
Then war shall be no more - CTBP
P
There was a little girl - (A naughty little girl was spanked)
CCP, EC1, HBV
I
Three kings - (The three wise men bring gifts to the Christ
Child) CHOP, GN, HBV, PB5, STB
I
To the Avon - (Shakespeare as a boy) CHOP
I
Twilight - (Fisherman's family waits) BFV, CH, CHOP, LC
I
Victor Galbraith - (A bugler in a company of cavalry) CHOP
I
Village blacksmith, The - (Description of a blacksmith) BPB, CFBP,
CHOP, C06, COL, EC4, EG6, FAS5, GS, HBV, LC, OTP, PEC, PG1, PP04,
TC5, TVSH, TY
I
Walter Von der Vogelweid - (A German poet of the twelfth century)
BR5, CHOP, PAD
PI
Windmill, The - BVC, CHOP, CZ4, PB3, S5, TC4, TVSH
I
Winter and spring - (The departure of winter and coming of spring)
TY
I
Wreck of the Hesperus, The - (The wreck of a sailing vessel off
the coast of Massachusetts in 1839) BFV, BPB, CFBP, CHOP, EC5,
GN, GS, HBV, OTP, PB6, PG2, PP06, S5, STP, T, TB, TC5, TVSH
Lord, Caroline
I
Song of street labor, A - (Watching men working on a street) DAD
Lorentz, Pare
I
River, The - (Mississippi flood) D5
Lothrop, Harriett Mulford
I
Little brown seed. The - (Seed so ugly that she hid herself but
still did her best to grow) POS
Love, Adelaide
KP
Circus drums, The - (Child interprets the boom of the circus
drum) THBP
I
Lien, The - (So little time in which to do so much) MSP
-310Love joy, F. J.
p
Goldenrod - LR2, PFEM
I
Easter carol - (Christ is risen) DAD, OHP
p
Spirit of the sunset, The - (Fall colors) C04
Lovelace, Richard
I
Grasshopper, The - (-Days of) LC
I
To Althea from prison - (Prisons do not confine souls or
thoughts) BPB, TVSH
I
To Lucasta, on going to the wars - (A soldier returning from war
finds that Lucasta, having heard false report of his death, has
married another) BBV, BFV, BPB, CBOP, TVSH
Loveman , Robert
KPI
April rain - (April rain promises flowers) C0BV2, CR4, HBV, MC,
N5, PP04, RS, SUSU, TC4
Rain song, The - MPB, PB4
I
Lines - (Nature lover) NMT6
I
Song - (Sunshine heart and a soul of song) NW6
I
Sunshine heart, A - (Helping others) TL5
I
Trees - (Trees in the wood have different uses) NW6
Lover, Samuel
I
Angel's whisper, The - (Mother believed that baby’s prayer saved
father) LC, PR
I
Baby dear - (Cradle song of a buccanner's wife) LC
I
Birth of St. Patrick, The - (Birthday dispute) DAD
I
Fairy boy, The - (The fairy king spirited away a boy) OTP
I
Fairy tempter, The - (Fairy could not tempt girl away from her
family) OTP, STB
I
Low-backed car, The - (Peggy rode to market) LC
I
Rory O'More - (A courtship) LC
Lowell, Amy
PI
City of falling leaves, The - (Leaves fall) SUSU
-311Lowell, Amy (Cont’d)
PI
Climbing - (in the apple tree) EG4
PI
Crescent moon, The- (Child imagines a trip in the crescent moon)
LC, OHBP, THBP
I
Dolphins in blue water - TSW
PI
Fringed gentians - FP, SP
I
Little garden,
I
Night clouds -(White mares of
sunrise) MSP
P
Pleiades, The -
PI
Sea shell - (Sea life about which a sea shell sings) CBOP, C04,
C0BV2, GF, MPB, NA5, OHBP, PCH, RAR, THBP, TSW, TTS
PI
Wind - (Work and play of the wind) C05, GR3
A - (Summer and winter in a loved garden) GBV
the moon must finish before
(The milky way) GR3
Lowell, James Russell
I
Aladdin - (With the accumulation of riches the power of
imagination was lost) BFV, BR6, C0BV2, CSBP, EC5, FH5, ODP, PB5,
PTR5, TC5
I
Chippewa legend, A - (Story of a neglected Indian who lived with
wolves) MPB
I
Christmas carol, A - (Christmas story) DAD, GS, PG2, TY
I
Courtin’, The - CTBP, PB6
I
December - PG1
I
Fatherland, The - (Fatherland is world wide) CD6, GN, GR5, HBV,
OTP, TVSH
I
Finding of the lyre, The - (Mercury made a musical instrument of
an old turtle shell) BR6, PEC, TVSH
I
First snowfall, The - CLP, C0BV3, DAD, GF, GR5, PB6
PI
Fountain, The - CSBP, EC4, LC, OTP, PB3, PCH, PG1, PP04, PR, RGO,
TC, TVSH, TY
I
Fourth of July ode - (Only we can set ourselves free) TSW
I
"He knew to bide his time" - (Lincoln, the first American) GR6
Lowell, James Russell (Cont'd)
I
January - (January morning) PG1, POS
I
June - (Description of a day in June) BBV, DAD, HBV, ODP, PEC,
PG1
I
Midnight - (Description) POS
I
My love - (Description of a woman) TVSH
I
Ode for the Fourth of July, 1876 - (Altho our fathers fought for
liberty, only we can make ourselves free) H
I
Our martyr-chief - (Lincoln was outstanding, but of the common
people) OHP
I
Singing leaves, The - (A king returns from Vanity Fair with
requested gifts for his daughters) GN, MPB, OTP, PP04, STB
I
To a pine tree - (Pine trees beautiful throughout the world) POS
I
To the dandelion - (Nature's gold, scattered for all) TVSH
I
Washington - (Characterization of George Washington) GN, H, OHP,
OTP, PB6
I
Winter morning, A - (Cold) GN
I
Work - (Work and its blessings for the willing worker) EG6
Lucas, Edward Verrall
PI
Barber, The - (A barber shop is interesting) ABVC, PAC
PI
Basker-Makers, The - (Gypsies ride around and make baskets to
sell) ABVC, PAC, PB3, PP04
KPI
Bee-Farmer - FTT
PI
Black cocker spaniels - PAC
KP
Black-Smith, The - FTT
Our Blacksmith - PAC, PG1
I
Brittany - (About the churches of Brittany) ABVC
In Brittany - PAC
KP
Builder - FTT
PI
Bullfinch, The - (Bullfinch is favorite pet) ABVC, PAC
PI
Butcher boy, The - (Butcher boy in city and country) PAC
-313Lucas, Edward Verrall (Cont'd)
KP
Carpenter - FTT
P
Cats
P
Cats conscience, The - (Cats have no conscience about stealing)
ABVC
P
Cat's cruelty, The - (Cats tease their prey) ABVC
P
Cat's friends, The - (Boys are the cats only human enemy) ABVC
P
Cat's greediness, The - (Cats like milk and cream) ABVC
P
Cat's sleeplessness, The - (Cats are sometimes noisy atnight)
ABVC
I
Chemist, The - (The chemist is neat and precise) ABVC
PI
cleanliness, The - (Cats wash themselves) ABVC
Christmas carol, A - (For the men who make gift wrappings) PAC
KPI
Cobbler - FTT
Our cobbler - PAC
P
Conjurer, The - (Child plans to be a conjurer) ABVC, PAC
P
Counsel to those that eat - (Eat slowly)
Chocolate cream - ABVC
Thoughts on tuck - PAC
KPI
Crusty bread - PAC
KP
Dairyman - FTT
Dairy, The - PAC
PI
Dame, The - (Keeping school) FTT
PI
Emerald Isle, The - (Ireland) PAC
KP
Engine-Driver - FTT
PI
Eskimos, The - PAC
KP
Famrer - FTT
PI
Fisherman, The - PAC
I
Game Keeper, The - (Work of)ABVC, FTT, PAC
P
Gardener, The - (Gardener helps children in their gardens)
ABVC, FTT
-314Lucas, Edward Verrall (Cont'd)
I
Germany - (About the German Christmas celebrations) ABVC
I
Hands across the sea - (Parts of Christmas dinner are imported
from many lands) ABVC, PAC
PI
Happy gipsies. The - PAC
PI
Heroes - (Railroad workers are heroes to little
PI
Holland - (The housewives of Holland are very neat) ABVC
In Holland - PAC, PT
P
Hot potatoes - (Different ways of serving) ABVC
Potatoes - PAC
I
India - (The Hindoo likes rice) ABVC
KP
Knife-Grinder - FTT
PI
Letters and parcels - (Stamps carry letters and parcels the world
over) PAC, PT
PI
Lewis Carroll - (About Lewis Carroll and Alice) ABVC
PI
London sparrows, The - (Sparrows in city and country) ABVC
PI
Make-Believe - (Children of London) PAC
PI
Market day - PAC
I
Mild Hundu, The - (imitate the Hindu by eating rice) PAC
KPI
Miller - FTT
PI
Mr, Coggs - (Taking a watch to be repaired) ABVC, GF, GWP, HBV,
MPB, PAC, PB2
PI
Mr. Coggs again - (Takes care of church clock which regulates the
life of the community) PAC
Clock-Winder - FTT
PI
Mr. Piper - (The taxidermist helpfully preserves our pets) PAC
Bird stuffer - FTT
PI
Nature of the cat, The - PAC
I
Normandy - (About Normandy markets) ABVC
In Normandy - GWP, PAC
KP
Old bus horse, The - (Horse retired to the country after long
years of servioe) FTT
boys) PAC
Lucas, Edward Verrall (Cont'd)
PI
Old John - (The helpful gardener) PAC
P
Oranges - (Oranges taste best when sucked) ABVC
Orange, The - PAC
PI
Ostler - FTT
PI
Park-Keeper, The - FTT, PAC
PI
Ploughman, The - (His language to his horse is universal) FTT, PAC
P
Randolph Caldecott - (In praise of the Caldecott toy-books) ABVC
I
Ship-Builder, The - (Description of building a ship) ABVC, FTT
PI
Snow in town - (Beautiful after a snow fall) C0BV2
I
Spain - (Children of Spain no better than others) ABVC
KPI
Stevedore - FTT
PI
Story books - PAC
I
Sweep, The - (The chimney sweep) - PAC
Chimney-Sweep - FTT
I
Tribute to Lincoln, A Abraham Lincoln - PAP
Lincoln - DDE
PI
Turkey, The - (A Christmas feast) ABVC, PAC
PI
Two Laplands, The - PAC
KPI
Uncle Ben - (Buys penny toys) PAC
KP
Vet - (When Fido has a pain) FTT
Mr, Potter, F. R, C. U. S, - PAC
PI
Village shop, The - PAC
PI
Visit to the zoo, The - ABVC
I
Wales - (From Wales, we get Welsh rabbit) ABVC
Welsh, The - PAC
PI
Wherever we go - (Childrenare
I
Windmill, The - (Comparison
alike the world
over) PAC
of windandwatermills)
ABVC, SS4
Lucas, Edward Verrall (Cont’d)
KPI
Woodman - FTT
Bill Hook, the woodman - PAC
PI
Young and old - (Young and old people each have a place in life)
PAC
Lucas, St. John
PI
Mr. Lang’s fairy books - (A children's hour with Lang fairy
books) ABVC
Ludlow, Fitz-Hugh
PI
School, The - (Outdoors is a school) CLP
Luke, Jemima
PI
Child's desire, The - (To have been here when Jesus was alive)
CB
PI
I think when I read that sweet story of old - (it would have been
nice to have lived in the time of Jesus) PCH
Luther, Martin
KPI
Cradle hymn - (Christmas story) APA, BFP, CB0V1, C02, FCP, GF,
GS, GWP, H, MPB, OHP, PB2, PCH, PG1, PR, RAR, SUSU
I
Good news from heaven the angels bring - (The birth of Jesus) T
Lydgate, John
I
Henry before Agincourt - (Prayer for victory answered) CH
Lyly, John
I
By the moon we sport and play - (Fairies) OTP
I
Cupid and my campasbe - (Cupid lost at oards)
I
Fairy frolic, A - PCH
I
Spring, The - (Birds welcome the spring) CH, T
Lynd, Sylvia
I
Goldfinches, The - FP
Lysaght, Sidney Royse
I
Deserted home, A - (Description) CH
PEC
-317Lytton, Edward Robert (Pseud. Meredith, Owen)
I
Genseric - (Rome as a world power) CBOP
I
•Tis the white anemone - (Flowers of spring) POS
I
White anemone, The - (Looks like the snow which it follows)
GN, OTP
McCarn, Gorneille
PI
Queer habits - (Of eskimos) GF
McCarthy, Denis
I
Irish melody, An - (Beautiful Kitty Neil dances on the heart of
her lover) CTBP
McClelland, Isaac
I
Death of Napoleon, The - PEC
McCord, David
PI
At the garden gate - (Late for supper because children have been
catching toads) RS
KP
Frost pane, The - (Writing on the window pane) RS
PI
Rainbow, The - RS
KPI
Starfish, The - PT
PI
Tiggady Rue - (One who knows your thoughts) RS
PI
Waltzing mice - (A boy prays for mice, a sled and a. gun) RS
KP
When I was christened - (Christening the baby) RS
MoCormick,, Virginia Taylor
PI
Dandelions - T
McCoy, G. Lindsay
KP
Caroline Cricket - (A cheery song) GF
KP
Devils' darning needle - (Child worried because of hole in his
sock) GF
KPI
Honey bee - (Different kinds of bees) GF
-318McCoy, G. Lindsay (Cont'd)
KP
Hornets - (Hornets' nest) GF
KPI
Katy-did - (How katy-did sings) GF
KP
Ladybug - (Work of the lady bug) GF
KPI
Snail - (Carries house on his back) GF
KP
Whirligig beetle - (Spinning of water surface) GF
McCrae, John
I
Anxious dead, The - (Message to the dead that the living carry
on the fight) OHP
I
In Flanders Fields - (A challenge to keep alive the cause for
which the World War soldiers died) BBV, C05, H, MPB, PB5, S5,
SP, TVSH
McDermott , Jessie
I
April weather - (April couldn't make reliable weather) PCH
MoDonall, Amy
PI
Feast day, The - (Thanksgiving feast alphabet) PCH
McDougal, Violet
I
Sea wolf, The - (Story that sea wolf demands part of fish
caught) MPB
McEvoy, J,. P.
I
If (for girls) - (What it means to be a woman) PP06
McKay, James T.
I
Cenotaph of Lincoln - (Lincoln is not dead, his work lives on)
OHP
McKinney, Jean Webster
KPI
Shells - (On the seashore for children) SY
McLeod, Irene Rutherford
I
Lone dog - (Wild dog) MPB, SP, TVSH, UTS
KPI
Song from "April" - (Child enjoys wild life in a meadow) MC,
PB3, SUSD
-319MoMaster,
Guy Humphreys
I
Carmen Bellicosum
I
Old Continentals, The - PAP
Maoaulay,
Thomas B»
I
Battle of Naseby, The - (Description) BPB, TVSH
I
- (Fighting in battle) DAD, GN,
LC
Jacobite's epitaph, A - (A banished man's longing for his country,
England) T
I
Last bucaneer, The - DAD
I
Horatius at the Bridge - BBV, CTBP,
I
I w y - (A successful battle wonby King Henry
BPB, GN, HBV, LC, OTP, PEC, RG), T, TVSH
LM5,
LR6, PEC, S6
ofNavarr)
MaoCarthy, Denis Florence
I
Labor song - (it is the man who works who knows joy) DAD
MacDonald, George
I
Anxiety - (Baby bird learns to care for itself) PFEM
KP
Baby - CBOV, CLP, GS, HBV, MPB, OTP, PB2, PG1, EAR,
P
Bedtime - TB
PI
Christmas carol, A - T
PI
Christmas child, The -
I
Christmas day and every day - (The wise men follow the star) FCP
PI
Christmas prayer, A - FCP, SUSU
PI
Little white lily - (Lily needed sunshine and rain)CBOV, CLP,
EC3, HBV, MPB, OTP, PB4, PEC, PG1, PR, SSN, T, TB, TC4
I
May - (Spring has come) EE4, PB5, TC5
I
Out in the cold - (Dying moon) C0BV3
PI
Over the hill - (A traveler tries to tell a child about the
country to be found just over his hill and on around the world)
MC, GWP
I
Sir Lark and King Sun* A parable - (Lark flew high to find the
sun, but he was shining on the mate in her nest) GN, HBV, OTP
TB, TV
FCP
MacDonald, George (Cont'd)
I
That holy thing - (The coming of Christ) FCP, T
KPI
Verse, A - (A contrast - quietness and noise) C0BV1
PI
lNhat would you see? - (What would a child do in a bird's nest?)
CBOV, PR
PI
Wind and the moon, The - (The wind tried to put out the moon,
which was so high in the sky it never realized it) CBOV, CCP,
CFBP, C0BV2, HBV, OTP, PB4, PEC, PG1, RR3, S, SUSU, TC5, TL2,
TL5, TV, TVSH, WR5
MacFie, Ronald Campbell
I
Day in June, A - T
Macgillivray, W.
I
Thrush's song, The - CH
Mackay, Charles
I
Climbing to the light - (To everyone comes a ray of hope) RS
I
Kelpie of Corrievreckan, The - (A kelpie in the form of a horse
lured a fickle girl away from home) STB
I
Little and great - (Little things turn to great gifts) HBV, TC5,
TVSH
I
Miller of the Dee, The - (Happiness is worth more than a kingdom)
CFBP, EC4, GR4, GS, OTP, PB6, TC4, TVSH
PI
Song of life - (Kindness, thoughtlessly done did great good) PEC
I
Tubal Cain - (Tubal Cain a skilled armorer becomes instead the
maker of the plowshare) MPB, PB6, STP, TC6, TVSH
Mackay, Isabel Eccelstone
I
Merchants, The - (Each season's moisture praises its gifts)
MC, TC5
PI
Spring's waking - C0BV1
Mackay, Lydia Miller
KP
Dew drops, The - (Stars in the garden) GF
MacKaye, Arvia
I
Hermit thrush, The - (Song of) SR5
-321MacKaye, Percy
I
Goethals the prophet engineer - CZ6
MacKinstry, Elizabeth
PI
Man who hid his own front door. The - (A child found the entrance
to fairy land) GWP
MacLeod, Fiona
I
Bird of Christ, The - (A bird at the crucifixion) GS
I
Field mouse, The - PAD
PI
From the hills of dream - (Not quite asleep) MSP
KPI
Hushing song - GS, MSP
I
Valley of white poppies, The - (Part of dreamland) MSP
MacLeod, Norman
P
I ’m a merry, merry squirrel - GS
MacNei11, Hector
I
My boy Tammy - (Tammy tells of his marriage) CH
Macy, Arthur
PI
Flag, The - PB2
PI
Peppery man, The - (A disagreeable man, shunned by everyone)
GWP
Madeleva , Sister M.
I
Pepper tree, The - (The origin of the pepper tree) RS
Maginn, William
I
St. Patrick - (Since St. Patrick drove the snakes into the
Atlantic, Irishmen do not like to drink water) DAD
Mahoney, Francis
I
Bells of Shandon, The - (Heard in childhood, sweeter than any
heard later) CH
Malloch, Douglas
I
Family trees - (Lineage of a pine) OHP
-322Malloch, Douglas (Cont'd)
KPI
If Easter eggs would hatch - (What would they hatch?) MPB
I
When the drive goes down - (A lumberjack's story) CS6, PB6
Malone, Walter
I
October in Tennessee - PP06
Mangan, James Clarence (Tr.)
I
Dark Rosaleen - (Love of Ireland) CH
Manly, F.
P
Story, A - (A toad and frog are saved from an owl) GR3
Manning-Sanders, Ruth
I
Come wary one - (A bird caged and freed by magic) CH
I
Old city, The - (An epidemic sends people from) CH
Mansalcas (Ad. fr.)
I
To a dead cricket - RS
Mansfield, Katherine
KP
Family, The - (Children play house with dolls) THBP
KP
Little brother's secret - (Child plants lumps of sugar to grow
a sugar tree) MSP, FVYC
I
Voicesof the air - (The sounds heard on a quiet day by the
seashore) THBP
KP
When I was a bird - (Child pretended that she was a bird and
composed bird songs) THBP
Mark, Riokman
PI
Boy decides, The - (The call of different vocations) BVC
PI
Snow in town - BVC, HC3, PFEM, TV, TVSH
Markham, Edwin
I
Harvest song, A - (Traveling harvesters have a short season) DAD
I
Joy of the hills, The - (World’s worries forgotten in mountain
ride) LC
Markham, Edwin (Cont'd)
I
Joy of the morning - (Told to the world by a bird) MPB, ODP
I
Lincoln, the great commoner - GN, P
I
Lincoln, the man of the people - (Abraham Lincoln) H, OHP, T
I
Man with the hoe, The - (Description of Millet's painting) DAD,
PEC
I
Prayer, A - (Things of nature teach lessons in character
building) C06, FP, MC, PR6, RGO, TSW
I
Rules for the road - (Rules for everyday living) NW5, RS
I
Song to a tree - (Asking for traits of character) MPB
I
Young Lincoln - (Lincoln fought poverty, drudgery and ignorance)
OHP
Markley, Luella
P
Sand in my shoes - (And adults object to the tracking) HH2
Marquis, Don
I
Hero cockroach, The - (Nonsense) TSW
I
Hot-Weather song, The - PB6
Marriot, John
I
On John Donne’s book of poems - (Body is dead, but work lives on
CH
Marryat, Fredrick
I
Captain stood on the carronade, The - (An English captain
captures a French ship in the war of 1812) BBV, BVC, C0BV3, PB6,
POTP, TVSH
Old navy, The - GS, TB
Martin, Cora
P
Spring - (Farmers plowing, children singing) RL1
Martin, Edward Sandford
I
Blandina - (A contented maid) T
I
Christmas, 1898 - (Christmas is to be celebrated) DAD
-324Martin, John pseud.
See - Shepard, Morgan
Martin, William
I
Apple orchard in the spring, The - CSR6, FP, GN, GR4, OTP, PB4,
POS, PP04, TC6
Marrell, Andrew
I
Drop of dew, A - (Life of) POS
I
Garden, The - (Pleasures of a garden) CH
What wondrous life is this I lead - LC
I
Girl and her fawn, The - GS, OTP
I
Girl describes
I
Nymph and the fawn, The - PAD
I
Nymph complaining for the death of her fawn, The - CH
I
Song of the emigrants in Bermudas - BPB, OTP
Bermudas - CH, GN
I
To glow-worms - RS
her fawn, The - ABVC, BPB
Masefield, John
I
Ballad of John
Silver, The - (Pirate ways) MPB, RLS1, TSW
P
Cardigan Bay -
(Description) EC4
I
Cargoes - OEP, PCH, SP, T, TVSH
I
Dauber rounds Cape Horn, The - BBV
I
Dead knight, The - (Description) CH
I
"Night is on the downland" - (Description) LC
I
Old song re-sung, An - (Sailing ship with its cargo)C0BV3
I
On Eastnor knoll - (Description of sunset and approach of
darkness) CH
I
Roadways - (Call of the sea) CR6, EC4, FS6, GR5, N6
I
Sea-Fever - (Call of the sea to a sailor) CZ5, EC4, FS5, GBV,
GR5, HBV, LC, MPB, ODP, OHBP, PR6, RGO, SP, SR5, THBP
I
Seekers, The - (Seeking the city of God) TVSH
Masefield, John (Cont'd)
I
Spanish waters - (Old Englishman recalls days of robbing
Spanish ships of Indian gold) FAS6
I
Tewksbury Road - (Walking on a country road) FS5, GBV, GR6, TSW,
WPS
I
Wanderer's song, A - (Call of the sea)
I
West wind, The - (The west wind in spring) OHBP,THB,
TSW
P, TSW
Mason, Caroline A.
I
President Lincoln's grave - (His grave a nation's heartshall
be") OHP
Mason, Marie
I
Mary's Easter - (Mary at the tomb) DAD
Mason, Mary Augusta
PI
My little neighbor - (A squirrel) CFBP, GF
Mason, W. L.
PI
My airdale dog - GF, PB-1, UA4, UTS
Maugham, Henry N.
I
Knight of Bethlehem, The - (Jesus) CBOP
M., C. D. H.
I
Hymn for airmen - (A prayer for protection of fliers) N6
McDonald, Ellis Atkisson
I
Tree at sunset - (A symphony) MW6
McSpadden, J. Walker
I
Old time, new time - (Hallowe’en customscompared)
TL5
Mead, Stella
I
Merry man of Paris, The - (Gentleman does nothingbut
Medary, Anna
KP
Hallowe'en - (Hallowe'en Pun) GF
laugh) SUSU
Medary, Anna (Cont'd)
KPI
Learning to swim - GF
Meehan, James
I
Grant at rest - DAD
Meek, Alexander Beaufort
I
Land
of the south - (in praise of the southern states) PP06
Meigs, Mildred Plew - See Merryman
Melville, Herman
I
Sheridan
I
Stonewall
DAD
at Cedar Creek -
BBV
Jackson -(Stonewall Jackson was mistaken but great)
Meredith, George
I
Lucifer in starlight - (Journey of) CH
I
Song in the songless - (Enjoyment of beauty of sedges) N6
Meredith, Owen, pseud.
See Lytton, Edward Robert
Meredith, William Tucker
I
Farragut - (Farragut in battle) DAD, HBV
Merivale, Herman Charles
I
Ready, ay, ready - (England, stand fast) OTP
Merryman, Mildred Plew (Also Meigs, Mildred Plew
PI
Abraham Lincoln - (A eulogy of Abraham Lincoln) CR4, THBP
I
Beacons - (Airplane beacons of today - beacons of yesterday) MW5
KPI
If I were a one-legged pirate - (Child pretends that he is a
pirate) THBP
PI
Johnny Fife and Johnny's wife - (Living in acaravan) GWP
I
Knight8 in the ruby window pane, The - PBS
I
Moon song, The - (Why the moon man fishes inthe sea) OHBP
Meigs, Mildred Plew - THBP
Merryman, Mildred Plew (Cont'd)
KP
Organ grinders' garden, The - (Child describes a place for organ
grinders and monkeys in winter) THBP, GWP
I
Pirate Don Durke of Dowdee, The - (Don Druk was a well-dressed
pirate) CS6, OHBP, PB6
Meigs, Mildred Plew - GWP, THBP
KP
Road to Raffydiddle, The - (A fiddler plays so well in the
moonlight that all who hear him must dance) THBP
I
Silver ships - (The joy of an airplane pilot as he flies his
plane) OHBP, SR6
Meigs, Mildred Plew - THBP
Mew, Charlotte
PI
Changeling, The - (Child explains that he is a changeling) CH, MPB
Meynell, Alice
I
At night - (Memories of the day come atnight)
CH
I
Chimes - (Chimes, like birds, fly over thecountryside) CH, NA6,
TSW
I
Easter night - (Christ was crucified in public but arose alone
and at night) OHP
I
Shepherdess,
TVSH
I
Song of the night at daybreak - CH
I
Unto us a son is given - FCP
The - (A shepherdess of thoughts) FP, GBV, LC, TSW,
Meynell, Viola
I
Frozen ocean, The - (Description) CH
Meyrich, Geraldine
I
Washington -
(Washington's times and ours seen in perspective) OHP
Michael, Miriam Louise
P
In your own back yard - (Child plays
acting in backyard) PB2
Michaels, Molly
I
Dolphins - RS
PI
Perfect child, The RS
at digging, hunting and
Michaels, Molly (Cont'd)
PI
Three Peters, The - (Saint Peter, Peter Pepper and Peter Pan)
RS
Mickle, William Julius
I
Cumnor Hall - (Story of haunted castle) BPB
Middleton, Richard
I
Carol of the poor children, The - (A Christinas carol) FCP
I
Dream song - (Pixey haunted woods in winter) ODP
Miles, Alfred H.
P
Big and little things - (Little deeds are as important as big
ones) OTP
Millay, Edna St. Vincent
I
Afternoon on a hill - (Enjoying nature) C05, GR6, MPB, MA5, ODP,
PSYP, T, TSW
I
Portrait by a neighbor - FP, GWP, MPB, PSVP, SP, TSW
I
Tavern - (Keeping a tavern for the weary traveller) GWP
PI
Travel - (Desire to go somewhere on a train) FH6, MPB, MSP,
PSYP, SR6
KP
Uhexplorer, The - (Road leads only to the milkman's door) PSYP,
SUSU
KP
Wonder where this horseshoe went - (Horseshoe tells that a little
girl rode with her mother) LC, PSYP, SUSU
Miller, Eliza
KP
Rain, The - SY
Miller, Emily Huntington
PI
April fools - (How a bird song fooled the flowers) PPEM, PG1
KPI
Bluebird, The - (The bluebird calls to the spring flowers) CPBP,
CLP, C0BV1, GF, MC, MPB, PB3, PG1, PP04, PR, FVYC, RAR, T, TY,
Bluebird's song, The - GCB03
KP
Come here little robin - (Feeding robin in winter) PFEM
PI
Jesus bids us shine - GS
Miller, Emily Huntington (Cont,d)
P
Little May - (All the earth is full of nature’s music) PFEM, TY
PI
M y good-for-nothing - (A boy in the home) CLP
PI
New Year song - (A welcome) H
PI
Song of the orioket, The - (The cricket sings of summer) MC
I
Wintry song, A - (Jolly winter) GCB06, LR6
Miller, Hugh
I
Babie, The - (Description) C0BV2, LC, TY
Miller, Joaquin
I
Bravest battle. The - (-is fought by the mothers of soldiers)
CSR6
I
Columbus - BBV, CBOP, CHR6, FS4, GN, GR5, HBV, MPB, OHBP, PB6,
PEC, PTR5, T, TC6, THBP, TSW
I
Crossing the plains - (Oxen used) GN
I
For those who fail - (To the person uho fails and yet fights on)
CBOP, CS6, TSW
PI
Monkeys - PCH
I
Storm in Venice, A - POS
M., K. B.
I
Four sunbeams, The - (Brought joy to four people) PFEM
Miller, Katherine
I
Stevenson’s birthday - (Stevenson gave his birthday to a little
girl who wanted more) PEC
Miller, Madeline Sweeny
FI
Camels from Bagdad - (Charm of camel caravan defies description)
HH3
Miller, Mary Britton
PI
Camel - (Camel in the zoo no
longer carries burdens) UTS
KPI
Cat - (Description of) SUSU,
UTS, WPS
PI
Lion - (Kingly in the jungle but quiet in the zoo) UTS
-330Miller, Mary Britton (Cont’d)
KP
Shore - (Playing at the shore) S4, SUSU
Miller, Nellie Burget
KP
Little day moon - (The
moon at noon time) GF
PI
Mist, The - (Creeps up
from the brook) GF
KP
Morning clouds - (Clouds are morning's wash hung to dry) GF
PI
Our house - GF
KP
Snow, The - (Fairies blanket the flowers)
GF
Miller, Olive Beaupre
KP
Chinese lanterns - FVYC
KP
Circus parade, The - GF, SH3, SS4
KP
Frozen milk bottles - (Frozen milk makes hats on bottles) PVYC
PI
Road to China, The - CU3, MPB, MW5, PB3, PP04, TL4
P
"Snail, snail, put out
your horns" (Japanese)
P
Ten, ten's the hour - (Life in Holland) FEB
KP
When blue sky smiles - (Child is happy in spring) PVYC
P
Windmill, The - (Riddle)
FEB
Miller, Thomas
I
Golden-Crested wren, The - (Wren is small) ABVC, TB
I
Mister Fly - OTP, TB
I
Sea-Deeps, The - ABVC
PI
Spring walk. The - ABVC,
PI
Sun, The - (The sun always shines in some land) OTP
PB2, POTP
Miller, William
PI
John Frost - (Jack Frost visits early this year) PCH
I
Willie Winkie - CB, CBOV, CLP, HBV, LC, PEC, T
Wee Willie Winkie - ABVC, GS, PCH, SSN, TB
-331Milman, Henry Hart
I
Merry heart, The - (Better than wisdom or wealth) TVSH
Milne, Alan Alexander
P
Alchemist, The - (A magioian)
WWW
KP
At home - (A toy soldier) WWW
KPI
At the zoo - WWW
PI
Bad Sir Brian Botany - (Nonsense) WWW
KP
Before tea - (Emmeline always has dirty hands) WWW
KP
Binker - (An imaginary playmate) NWA
KP
Brownie - W W W
KP
Buckingham Palace - (Changing
the guard) WWW
KP
Busy - (A child playing he is
of animals) NWA
all sorts of
KP
Butteroup days - (Playmates in a buttercup field) NWA
KP
Charcoal burner. The - NWA
KP
Cherry stones - (There are as many people for a child to
impersonate as there are cherries on a tree) NWA
KP
Christening, The - (Choosing a name for a dormouse) WWW
KP
Come out with me - (A lonesome child would like a playmate) NWA
KP
Coraer-of-the-street - (Noise of people's feet walking in the
street) WWW
KP
Cradle song - NWA
KP
Dappodowndilly - WWW
KP
Disobedience - (Mother disobeys her son (to be read to a run­
away ohild) WWW
KP
Dormouse and the doctor, The - (Why a sleeping dormouse lies with
his paws to his eyes) W WW
KPI
Down by the pond - NWA
PI
Emperor's rhyme, The - (Nonsense verse about the emperor of Peru)
NWA
people and all sorts
-332Milne, A. A. (Cont1d )
KP
End, The - (A child would like to stay six) NWA
KP
Engineer, The - (Playing train) NWA
KP
Explained - (A little girl wanted to know how God began) NWA
KP
Forgiven - (Finding an escaped beetle) NWA
KP
Forgotten - (Toys in the nursery waiting for their owner) NWA
KPI
Four friends, The - (Nonsense - An animal contrast) WWW
P
Friend, The - (A toy bear will take the blame whenthings are
wrong) NWA
KP
Furry bear - (A toy bear sees a bear at the zoo) NWA
KP
Good little girl, The - NWA
KP
Growing up - (Clothes to match the growing up stage) WWW
KP
Haflway down - (On a stair in the middle of the stairs) WWW
KP
Happiness - (Appropriately dressed for rain) WWW
KP
Hoppity - (Hoppity is the best way to go places) WWW
KP
If I were king - WWW
KP
In the dark - (Bed time) NWA
KP
In the fashion - (Child plays he has a tail) WWW
KP
Independence - (A child’s desire to be released from adult
restraint) WWW
PI
Invaders, The WWW
KP
Island, The - (Alone in the world to enjoy it) WWW
KP
Jonathan Joe - (The friendly gardner) WWW
KP
Journey’s end -
PI
King Hilary and the beggarman - (Nonsense verse about a king who
chooses himself a new chancellor at Christmas time) NWA
KP
King John’s Christmas - (Nonsense about the bad king who wanted
Christmas presents) NWA
(Cows pass through the woods on a spring morning)
(To the top of a hill) NWA
-333-
Milne, A. A. (Cont’d)
KP
King's breakfast, The - (Butter for the royal slice of bread)
WWW
PI
Knight whose amour didn't squeak, The - (Nonsense about knights)
NWA
P
Knight-In-Armour - NWA
KP
Knights and ladies - (In a pioture book) WWW
KP
Lines and squares - (A game in which one does notwalk
cracks between the pavement squares) WWW
KP
Little black hen, The - (Laying an egg for a child'sEaster)
KP
Little Bo-Peep and little Boy Blue - WWW
KP
Market Square - (Unsuccessful in buying a rabbit, a child finds
rabbits) WWW
KPI
Mirror - (A swan on the lake) WWW
KP
Miss James - (Child has a beautiful long name) MPB, THBP
KP
Missing - (A lost pet mouse) WWW
KP
Morning walk, The - (With a playmate) NWA
P
Nursery chairs - (Playing indoors) WWW
PI
Old sailor, The - (Nonsense verse about a shipwrecked sailor)
NWA
KP
Pinkie purr - (A cat family) NWA
KP
Politeness - (Why do people ask "How are you to-day?”) WWW
KP
Puppy and I - WWW
KP
Rice pudding - (A child who dislikes rice pudding) WWW
KP
Sand between the toes - (On the beach when a nor’wester blows)
WWW
KP
Shoes and stockings - (For a lady fair)
KP
Sneezles - (How to treat a cold) NWA
KP
Solitude - (A house all by one’s selfin which to think) NWA
KP
Spring morning - WWW
on the
WWW
NWA
Milne, A. A» (Cont’d)
KP
Summer afternoon - (Six cows are doubled as they drink in the
pond) WWW
KP
Swing song - NWA
KP
Teddy bear - WWW
KP
Thought, A -
KP
Three foxes, The - (Envied because they were free from life’s
conventions and achieved the things dear to the wishes of a child)
WWW
P
Twice times - (Learning the times tables) NWA
KPI
Twinkle toes - (Fairies) WWW
KP
Us two - (A boy and his toy bear) NWA
KP
Vespers - (Bedtime prayer) WWW
KP
Waiting at the window - (Watching the rain) NWA
KP
Water-Lilies - WWW
KPI
Wind on the hill - (Nobody knows where the wind comes from) NWA
KP
Wrong house,
(What would it be like to be some one else?) NWA
The - WWW
Milnes, Richard Monckton
I
Forest, Hie - (Love of) POS
PI
Good-Night and good-morning - CB
Milton, Jennie Lou
P
Milkman, The - (Delivering milk) CD2
Milton, John
I
Eternal spring, The - GN
I
Evening - (A beautiful description of thecoming of evening)
POS, PP05
I
II penseroso - (Giftsof melancholy)
I
Song on May morning - CH, HBV, GN,OTP
On May morning - LC, RGO
Songj A May morning - POS
BPB, CH, TVSH
-335Minot, John Clair
I
Little flags, The - H
Mishnun
PI
Moon, The - (Moon cycle) SY
Mitchell, Agnes
KPI
When the cows come home - C0BV2
Mitchell, Grace
I
Lullaby - (Evening is time for livingthings to sleep) POS
Mitchell, Langdon
PI
Carol - (Mary sings a lullaby to Christ)
GS, OHP
Mitchell, Lucy
PI
What is a brook? - PCH, WR5
PI
What is a farm? - PCH, WR5
PI
What is a field? - PCH, WR5
PI
What is a tree? - PCH, WR5
I
Which road? - (How shall we travel?) FH5
I
World is full of road, The - (Roads are of different kinds) EG6
Mitchell, Lucy Sprague and Lambert, Clara
I
Big docks of Manhattan, The - (Activities on dock) FH5
Mitchell, Lulu
I
"Toiler, canst thou dream?" - (Can you find satisfaction in
work?) DAD
Mitchell, Ruth Comfort
I
Vinegar man, The - (A sour old man who kept a valentine) MPB, S]
Mitchell, Walter
I
Tacking ship off shore - (Description) GN
Mitford, Mary Russell
I
Joy of life - OTP
p
Little snowflakes - PFEM
MonDore, Dora
KPI
Valentine - (Riddle— valentine) GF
Monkhouse , Co smo
I
Lady there was of Antiqua, A - (Nonsense - a greedy husband) TSW
I
Poor benighted Hindoo - (Nonsense) TSW
At. to Unknown - PB6
P
"There are men in the village of Erith" - ABVC
P
"There once was a barber of Kew" - ABVC
P
"There once was a girl of Lahore" - ABVC
PI
"There once was an old man of Brest" - ABVC
I
"There was a young lady of Niger - (Nonsense - young lady rides
on a tiger) CSR5, GR6, TSW
PI
"There was once a baby of yore" - ABVC
Monro, Harold
PI
Cat's meat - (The meat boy) TSW
I
Fresh air, The - (Listening to birds) CH
PI
One blackbird - (One bird can outsing all the stars) RS
PI
Overheard on a saltmarsh - (A goblin would like the nymph's
beads) CH, PCH, SP
Monroe, Harriet
I
Nancy Hanks - (Product of the prairies - mother of Lincoln) OHP
I
Two heroes - (Washington and Lincoln) OHP
I
Water ouzel, The - (Ouzel in swift water) LC
Montague, J. J.
I
Thanksgiving Day - (The first Thanksgiving Day) H
Montgomerie, Alexander
I
Heyl - Now the day dawns - (Description of morning) CH
Montgomery, James
I
Alps, The - (Beauties of) POS
I
Arnold Winkelried - (Arnold Winkelried at cost of own life saved
the cause of freedom in Switzerland in 1836 by making it possible
to route the Austrian Army) CTBP, PEC
I
Chery-Chase - (A little quarrel may lead to disastrous results.
Not a true story. Two brave knights quarrel over the killing of
deer on the land of the Scotch Earl) GN
I
Daisy, The - OTP, PFEM
I
Daisy in India, The - (English daisy welcomed in India by an
Englishman) POS
I
Field flower, A - (Daisy blooms through a long season, one found
at Christmas) POS
I
Soliloquy of a water-wagtail - (Captured by a hawk) OTP
I
Sunflower, The - (Sun is to a sunflower as heaven is to a mortal)
POS
Montgomery, Roselle Mercier
I
What does it mean to be an American - (Question answered for a
group of foreign people) N6
Moody, Elizabeth
PI
Wheel sounds - EGR3
Moon, Grace
PI
Bunny, The - (An Indian lad hunter) IL
PI
Camp-Fire tales - (Indian camp fire) IL
PI
Coyote, The - IL
PI
Dancing lesson, The - (An Indian dancer) IL
PI
Drum, The - (The call of the Indian drum) IL, LR6, TT6
PI
Eagle, The - IL
PI
FIute-Song, The - (An Indian flute player) IL
PI
Hare, The - (Hunters of the hare) IL
PI
Harvest dance, The - (Indian harvest dance) IL
-338Moon, Grace (Cont'd)
PI
Harvest dance of the underground, The - (The animals at the
harvest feast are frightened by a wolf) IL
I
How brother coyote found his voice - IL
I
How the bob-cat lost his tail - (A Navajo legend of
lost his tail) IL
I
Hunter, The - (The Indian hunter hears animals in the quiet
woods) IL
PI
Hunting song - (An Indian hunter) IL
PI
Little snake - IL
PI
Medicine-Man, The
IL
PI
My burro - IL
PI
My pony - (An Indian's love for his pony) IL
PI
Navajo shepherd-boy, The - IL
PI
Old brother fox - IL
PI
Old brother fox goes a-hunting - IL
PI
Owl, The - IL
PI
Prairie-Dog town - IL
I
Ride, The - (What an
PI
Runner, The - (An Indian news teller)
PI
"Sing a chant of feathers" - (An Indian boy's chant) IL
PI
Sky tepee, The - (The sky at night is like a tepee)
PI
Spring, The - (The water jar must be filled at the spring) IL
PI
Star-Babies, The - (A fanciful idea about stars) IL
PI
"There was a young brave from the west" - (A Indian boy hunter
whose aim was poor) IL
PI
Twilight thoughts - (Of an Indian boy) IL
I
When the sun goes down - (Fairy folk and animals dance on the
desert) IL
how the lynx
- (An Indian boy who would be a medicine-man)
Indian sees when he rides) IL
IL
IL
-339'
Moore, Annie E.
PI
Remembered fragrance - (Christmas tree fragrance) PT
PI
Skyscraper - PT
Moore, Clement C.
KPI
Visit from St. Nicholas, A - CB, CBOV, CCP, CFBP, CLP, DAD, EC3,
GF, GR3, GWP, H, HBV, MPB, OTP, PB1, JCH, PEC, PFEM, PG1, PP03,
PR, RAR, RS, SSN, T, TV, TVSH, TY
Moore, Jennie D.
P
Thanksgiving Day - (Celebration) N3
Moore, Merrill
PI
Bees before winter - RS
Moore, Ora Clayton
KP
Playing leaves, The - (Leaves play and then are made a bonfire)
PVYC
Moore, Thomas
I
As slow our ship - (Travelers
miss homes) BPB
I
Canadian boat song, A - BFY, CTBP, LC
I
Child's song - (Child would like to share his garden and fawn
with his companion) SUSU
I
Cupid stung - PEC
I
Harp that once through Tara's halls, The - BPB,GN, PEC
I
Last rose of summer, The - (Since author would not like to live
on with friends all dead, he destroys the last rose) DAD, PEC
I
Minstrel boy, The - (A minstrel boy slain in battle destroys his
beloved harp rather than have it captured by the enemy) BBV, BPB,
GN, OTP, PG2, PP05, RGO, T, TC6
I
Mountain sprite, The - (Bewitches a lad) OTP
I
To my mother - (An Indian legend) OHP
I
Torch of liberty, The - DAD
PI
Beautiful meals - (The things which make a mealdelightful) PB4
I
Lubber breeze - (Windmill useless without wind) CH
PI
Wind's work - (As compared with children's) TVSH
-340Moorhouse, Helen Isabel
I
Secret, A - (The song of each spring flower) POS
Morden, Phyllis B.
PI
Godmother - (Old lady had three faces or expressions) MSP
More, Hannah
PI
Book, A - OTP
Riddle, A - BR5, H, GN, PB3, TC5
More, Helen F.
I
What’s in a name? - (William Dawes rode out of Boston on
April 8, 1775 to arouse the Minute Men) PB5
Moreland, John Richard
I
Birch trees - (Birch trees seen by moonlight in the fall) OHP
I
Faith - (Beginnings of plant life symbols of Easter) OHP
Mo rford , Sybil
PI
Fairies, The - (Have you seen fairies at work and play?) TV, TVSH
Fairy men - PB4
Morgan, Angela
I
Awakening, The - (Bursting of buds in spring) OHP
I
His silver wagon - (Aviator) NW6
I
Unknown soldier, The - (Read over the casket of the unknown
soldier November 1921) PAP
I
Work - (A song of triumph) GR6, H
Morgan, May
KP
Moon - (Child watches the moon rise) FVYC
Morley, Christopher
KPI
Animal crackers - (Child enjoying animal crackers and cocoa for
supper) CCP, CHR3, FAS4, GF, MC, MPB, OHBP, RAR, SP, SS3, SUSU,
THBP, TT3, UTS
PI
At the dog show - (To an Irish wolfhound) MPB
I
Christmas Eve - (Friendliness to all) EG6
-341Morley, Christopher (Cont’d)
KPI
Dandy dandelion - GF
P
Furnace, The - (Thankful for coal) GC2
I
I know a secret - (Father’s thoughts when
looking angelic at night) MPB
PI
Mar Quong, Chinese laundryman - (Description) MPB
PI
Milkman, The - (Delivers milk in early morning) C03, C0W3, EG3,
GWP, MPB
P
Moon-Sheep, The - (Moon is a sheep and the stars her lambs)
NA4, TC4, UTS
PI
Plumpuppets, The - (The fairies who plump
PI
Skating song - PCH
KP
Smells - (Of favorite people) GF, MPB
I
Song for a little house - (Child describes own home)
CU5, FH5, FP, MPB, NA5, OHBP, PB6, TC6, THBP, TSW
I
Three trees - (Poplar, oak and pine) CZ5
I
Trees, The - (Description of poplar, oak and pinetrees) OHP
he sees children
up pillows) GWP, MPB
CHR6, CSR5,
Morris, George P»
I
Woodman, spare that tree - DAD, EC4, H, OHP, OTP, PEC, PG2, PP05,
TC5
Morris, Harrison Smith
I
Walt Whitman - (Whitman knew truth and looked for beauty) DAD
Morris, Hilda
I
November - (A beautiful autumn month) PCH
Morris, Lewis
I
In springtide - (Enjoy spring before summer comes) DAD
Morris, William
I
Eve of Crecy, The - (Thoughts of a lady on the eve of battle) TVSH
I
From far away - (A Christmas story) OHP
I
Gilliflower of gold, The - (A knight in battle) TVSH
-342Morris, William (Cont'd)
I
I know a little garden close - (Seeking death) CH
I
Minstrels and maids - (Christmas story) GN
I
Riding together - (Crusades) PAD
I
Shameful death - (Revenge for the death of abrother)
I
Summer storm - (Thunder shower) POS
I
Tapestry trees - (Trees tell their ownuse) MPB,
BFV, PAD
ODP, OHP, T
Morse, James Herbert
I
Morning in August - POS
Morse, Katharine
PI
Bee sets sail, A - (A bee fearlessly sets sail on a flower
frigate in a storm) MC, UTS
KP
Fairy frock, The - (Fairies clothes) UTS
Morton, — —
KP
Balloon man, The - (Wind stole the balloons) GF
Morton, David
I
Daffodils over night - PCH
I
Old ships - BBV, THBP, TSW
I
Wooden ships - (Ships think of days in the forests) LC
Motherly, Mrs,
KP
Cow, The - (Cow makes milk, but cares not for beauties of nature)
PPAL, SSN
KP
Dicky-Bird, The - (Baby birds fell from nest but flew back again)
SSN
KP
Fishes, The - (Child wishes to be a fish but prefers to be
mother’s daughter) SSN
KP
Flying flowers - (Child asks about butterflies) SSN
KP
Nursery, The - (Mother with children in the nursery) SSN
-343Motherwell, William
I
Cavalier's song, The - (A horse, a sword and a cause) GN, OTP
I
Sing on, blithe bird! - (Kindness to birds) CLP,GN, GS, HBV,
OTP, T, TC5
I
They come! - The merry summer months - POS
PI
Water, The! - The water! - (A song of the brook)
OTP, PTR
Mott, Adrian
KPI
Cloud house, The - GWP
Moulton, Louise Chandler
I
Louisa May Alcott - (Soul has gone on) DAD
Moultrie, John
PI
Violets - (Violets hide but can be found soon after the snow is
gone) LC, PFEM
Dear little violets - PR, TY
Muir, Henry D.
I
Soldier's grave, The - (Civil war graves) OHP
Mulford, S. J.
KP
Snowflakes, The - (The snow keeps the little plants warm) PWC
Muller, Karl Wilhelm
I
Monk of Heisterbach - (Doubting monk pondered for three hundred
years) STP
Mulock, Dinah Maria
I
Address to the new year - (Greeting a new space in time) DAD
I
Autumn's processional - (Autumn personified nears death of year)
GN
PI
God rest ye, merry gentlemen - (The Christmas story) GN, H, OTP,
T, TY
I
Green things growing - (Love and appreciation of) DAD, FAS4, OTP
I
Highland cattle - (Cattle come down the mountain in a snowstorm)
GN, OTP
Mulock, Dinah Maria (Cont'd)
PI
New year, The - C0BV1, DAD, H, S4
PI
Violets - (Description of) PTR
P
Year's windfalls, A - (Arrival of newyear)
PI
Young dandelion, The - (Dandelion sings
TL4
PTR
own praises) DAD, PTR,
Munday, Anthony
I
Weep, weep, ye woodmen - (Robin Hood is dead) CH
Munkittriok, Richard Kendall
I
Autumn haze - POS
I
In midsummer - (Lying laxily) POS
Munson, Miriam Ott
KPI
Grandmother's garden - (Grandmother is a flower in her old
fashioned garden) GF
Munsterberg, Margaret
KP
My favorite tree - (Riddle— Christmas tree) GF
KPI
Thanksgiving - (Thankful for Thanksgiving feast) GF
Myall, Charles
PI
Indian lullaby - CFBP, GC2, MPB, PB2, RAR
Myers, Ernest
I
Song of the Thames, A - TVSH
Nadaud, Gustave
I
Carcassonne - (A peasant’s one desire was to visit Carcassonne)
BFV
Naidu, Sarojini
I
Coromandel fishers, The - (Fishers on the Coromandel Coast of
India) BBV, TT6
PI
Cradle song - MPB, MSP, RAR
PI
In the bazaars of Hyderabad - (Indian Bazaar) GWP, MSP
-345Naidu, Sarojini (Cont'a)
PI
Palanquin bearers - (Song of) MSP
Nairne, Carolina Oliphant
I
Auld house, The - OTP
PI
Baloo, loo, lammy - (Scotch lullaby) T
I
Land o'the leal, The - (Dying words to wife) BPB
Nash, Ogden
KPI
Tale of custard, the dragon, The - (Child has a pet dragon) THBP
Nash, Thomas
I
Adieu! - Farewell earth's bliss - (Dying) CH
I
Spring - (Spring is the most pleasnat time of year) BPB, CS, BP,
DAD, GR4, OTP, PCH, RC-O, RS, T
Birds in spring, The - CBOV, PR
Spring, the sweet spring - CH
Nason, Emma Huntington
I
Cricket's story, The - (How the cricket came to sing on the hearth)
HBV
Nathan, Robert
I
Bells in the country - FP, NA5, PCH
Navajo Child
P
Clouds - (Words make pictures) CHR4
P
If - (A pony does not go to school) CR4
P
My home - (Navajo land has room) CHR4
Neale, John Mason (Tr.)
I
Good King Wenceslas - (Christmas carol) GS, HBV, OTP, TVSH
At. Unknown - BBV, OHP, OTP, STP, TVSH
Neihardt, John G.
I
Easter - (Easter and spring) OHP
Nelson, Hope
PI
'Tis March - (Animals and creatures preparing for spring) GF
Nesbit, Edith (Cont'd)
KP
Baby seed song - (Life cycle from seeds to flowers aided by sun)
BVC, C0BV1, HBV, MPB, OTP, PB1, PCH, PTR, RAR, SP, TV, TVSH
PI
Child's song in spring - (Song of trees in spring) H, OHP, OTP,
PR, RAR
Bird's song in spring - PR
PI
Little brown brother - (Two seeds waken
P
Sleep, my treasure - (Lullabies) PTR
PI
Song in spring - (Description of trees in spring) APA
in May) PP04
Nesbit, Wilbur Dick
I
Hymn of Thanksgiving, A - OHP
P
Our flag - (inspiration of) N3
I
What makes a nation - (The spirit of its people) PH6
I
Who hath a book - (Books open the doorway to wide worlds) GR6
PI
Your flag and my flag - PB2, PP04, PP05, TC6
Song for flag day, A - FAS4
Newbolt, Henry
I
Cities drowned - (Ghost bells ring) CH
I
Craven - (Commander Craven, of the Tecumseh, of the Union fleet
gave up his life at Mobile in 1864) BBV, HBV, PAP
P
Day's end - (Children safe in bed) RS
End, The - PB2
I
Fighting Temeraire, The - BBV, T
PI
Finis - (Children safe in bed) GWP
I
Hawke - (The naval battle of Belle-Isle, between the English and
French, was won by the former) BBV
I
Messmates - (To
I
Old Superb, The - (An old worn out ship of Nelson's fleet is
victorious in the war between the English and France) BBV
I
Sailing at dawn
I
To a river in the south - (Description) CH
a messmate buried at sea) CH, TVSH
- (Sailors glad to be at sea again) LC
Newell, Mary Elizabeth
I
For a valentine - (Valentine inscription) PCH
Newell, Peter
KP
Her dairy - (Flowers that grow in her dairy) PCH
Newman, Sophia T.
KP
Popcorn song - (Making popcorn) FVYC
Newton, Mary Leslie
PI
Queen Anne's lace - (Why it grows along the roadside) FP, GF,
MPB, SP, TT4
Nicholl, Louise Townsend
PI
For a child named Katherine - (God or the fairies come in a little
girl's dreams to protect her) SP
Nichols, Robert
I
Catch for spring, A - (All love spring) GBV
Nicholson, E. J.
PI
Little nut people - (Where different kinds of nuts come from) PFEM
Niedermeyer, Mabel
P
New moon, The - (And the stars) HH2
Nightingale, Madeliene
PI
Caravan, The - (Child would like to he a gipsy-boy so he could
travel in a caravan and see the whole wide world) GWP, MC, MPB,
NW5
PI
Faery song, A - (Come and play with the fairies) TVSH
KP
*
Fowls, The - (The hens are proud of their children) MC
PI
Mary had a little lamb - (The Christ Child) FCP
PI
Muffin-man, The - GWP
PI
Ring-a-ring o'fairies - (Dancing with the fairies) GF, GWP
KP
Scissor-Man, The - (Sing while you work as the scissor-man does)
GWP, MPP, RAR
Nightingale, Madeliene (Cont'd)
p
Underneath the clothes - (Child plays under the quilts) MC, RS
PI
Waifs, The - (Shepherds, three kings and Christ Child sang
beneath the authors window on Christinas Eve) FCP, SUSU
I
Wind, The - (On a wintry night) NW5
Noel, Thomas
I
Old winter - (Winter personified cannot get inside by the warm
fire) BVC, C0BV3, DAD, GN, OTP, PFEM
North, Jessica Nelson
KPI
Balloon man - (Selling gay balloons) GWP
Norton, Andrews
I
After a summer shower - POS
Norton, Caroline Elizabeth Sarah
I
Arab's farewell to his steed, The - (An Arab’s love for his horse)
BVC, GS, TB
I
King of Denmark's ride, The - (The king and his knights ride to
save a lady) BBV, BFV, GN, LC, T
No sker, Robert
KP
Our fireside - (Grandfather telling stories) SY
Novak, Sonia Ruthele
I
Neighbors - (A cat and hen criticized each other's appearance)
CSR5
Noye s, Alfred
I
Call of the spring, The - SUSU
I
Mountain laurel - (Beauty of) LC
PI
New duckling, The - (Foolish duckling disappeared) MPB
PI
Slumber song of the Madonna - T
I
Song - ("A fairy band are we”) GBV
I
Song of Sherwood, A - (Recalling Robinhood in Sherwood) BBV, EG6,
FP, HBV, LC, MPB, ODP, N4, OHBP, PTR5, RGO, SP, SS6, THBP
Sherwood - T, TB
-349Noyes, Alfred (Cont'd)
I
Song of the wooden-legged fiddler - (Sea battles oall a sailor)
TB
Noyes, Alice Ayr
KP
Umbrellas - (Toadstool umbrellas plant more) PVYC
Nutting, J. K.
KP
How the froggies go to sleep - (interpreting frog conversation
before little frogs get to sleep) SSN
O'Brien, Edward J.
PI
Irish - MSP
O'Brien, Fitz-James
I
Legend of Easter eggs, The - (A bird which grieved at the death
of Christ has colored eggs each Easter) STP
0*Conor, Norreys Jephson
KPI
In the moonlight - (The fairies dance in the moonlight) CCP, SUSU
0♦Crowley, Deni s
I
Washington - ("The beacon light of liberty") OHP
O'Donnell, T. C.
PI
If I - (A tree by the sea) GF
Ogilvie, Will H.
I
Tweedmouth bar - (Gifts of the river to the ocean) TVSH
I
Witches’ steeds, The - (The four winds) TVSH
Ogle, Dorothy
PI
Yule-Tide song, A - (Sung by mammy) SY
O'Hara, Theodore
I
Bivouac of the dead, The - (The soldiers of the Civil War did not
die in vain) DAD, H, PAP
Muffled drum's sad roll, The - LC
-350O'Keeffe, Adelaide
PI
Beasts, bird and fishes - OTP
Birds, beasts and fishes - BVC, TB, TC5
I
Boys and the apple tree, The - (Boys tempted to steal fruit
remember mother's advice and are saved from a trap) BVC, MM
PI
Butterfly, The - (Humans should not be like a butterfly) HBV
I
False alarms - (Child fooled her mother so often with false
alarms that her mother did not come when needed) BVC, MM, STP
p
Foolish Emily and her kitten - (Kittens open their own eyes) OTP
p
Going to bed at night - OTP
I
Idle Richard and the goat - (A goat eats banknote which was to
have paid for Richard's new shoes) MM
I
James and the shoulder of mutton - (A boy too hungry to wait for
dinner) BVC, MM
p
Lucy's canary - OTP
PI
Never play with fire - (A careless boy) CB
PI
New Year's gift, A - (Two sisters quarrel over a doll's house)
MM
I
Nimble Dick - (Always failing because too hasty) OTP
Olcott, Virginia (Tr.)
PI
Song of the Swiss goatherd - UA4
Oldys, William
I
On a fly drinking out of his cup - (Philosophy - A fly's life is
shorter, but does not even seem so) LC
To a fly - OTP
O'Neill, Moira
I
Fairy lough, The - (Description) TVSH
I
Grace for light - (Irish family thankful for light) LC, SP
PI
Johneen - GS
O'Reilly, John B .
PI
Ride of Colin Graves, The - (Warned people of a flood) TVSH
I
Wendell Phillips - (Mourn not for Phillips but for those who
need him still) DAD
-351OrleanB, Ilo
KP
Anatomy lesson - RS
PI
Any bird - RS
KPI
"Give me the sky" - RS
KP
"I offered the donkey"
KP
"I saw a dog" - (Mixed up animals) RS
KP
"I thank you, God" - RS
PI
In the garden - (Making a garden in spring) RS
KP
"It isn't hard" - (An auto is easy to drive) RS
KP
Little man - (Nonsense verse) RS
KP
"Shoes have tongues" - (A pun on common things around us) RS
KP
"Sky came tripping, The" - (Sunflower and moonflower came from
the sky) RS
KP
"Soap is green" - RS
KP
"Soldiers fight by land and air" -(Life has many interesting
things to offer other than being a soldier or sailor) RS
KP
"The clouds in the sky" - (Clouds have queer shapes like animals)
RS
KP
"Upon the beach" - RS
KP
"Water has no color" - (Water and snow) RS
Orr, James
I
Irishman, The - DAD
Osborne, Edith D,
KPI
Pop-Corn man, The - GP
Osborne, Selleck
I
Modest wit, A - (Gentlemen, are not made so by birth) PEC
Osgood, Kate Putnam
I
Driving home the cows - (Farm boy ran away to war but when he
returned, he came up the lane driving the cows) PEC
P
What? - (Seeing reflection in a pool) CLP
-3520 'Sullivan, Seumas, pseud. - See Starkey, James
Owen, Dora
PI
Children, children, don’t forget - (There are elves
MPB
and fairies)
Owen, Wilfred
I
End, The - (Death) CH
Oxenham, John
I
Livingstone - (Characterization) NP6
Page, Thomas Nelson
I
Valentine verses - DAD
Paine, Albert
I
New Memorial Day, The - DAD, H
Paine, Albert Bigelow
P
What the turtle says - (Turtle is satisfied with house on its
back) GCB3
Palema Grey of Fallodon
I
Moon magic - (How the world looks in moonlight) PCH
Palfrey, R. S.
PI
Three o ’clock in the morning - (What do robins talk about?) PFEM
Palgrave, Francis Turner
P
Little child's hymn, A - GS
Palmer, Alice Freeman
I
On a gloomy Easter - (Robins sing on rainyEastermorning) OHP
Palmer, John Williamson
I
Fight at San Jacinto, The - DAD
I
Stonewall Jackson’s way - (Jackson was agreatleader)
Park, James S.
I
Christmas carol - (Christmas story) DAD
DAD
-353Parker, Clara M«
P
Question, A - (Are the stars and white caps brothers) RL2
Parker, Eric
PI
My garden -
P
Song of the
GS
sea,A - (Sand castles) NP4
Parker, Gilbert
PI
Little Garaine - (Child explains that heart is key to garden of
moons) PTR
Parker, Hubbard
I
Old flag - BR4, DAD, H, TC4
Parker, Martin
I
Ye gentlemen of England - (in praise of English
Parley, Peter, pseud.
sailors) ABVC
See Goodrich, S.
Parrish, Elsie
KP
Some things that Easter brings - (Easter
PCH, FVYC
brings pleasant things)
Parry, E. A.
PI
Bear’s song, The - (A bear's song to a seal) GS
KP
I would like you for a comrade - (Little girl and calf tell why
they would like each other for comrades) C0BV1, GC2, GS, PCH, TV,
TVSH
I
Pater’s bathe - (Sailors prefer baths in the 6ea) GS
Parsons, Kitty
KPI
Station, The - (-a busy place) PCH
Parsons, Mary Catherine
KP
My valentine - (Child receives valentine) FVYC
Parsons, Thomas William
I
Dirge - (Bury this soldier in the fields he loved) GN
I
Everett - (Greatness of) DAD
-354Parsons, Thomas William (Cont'd)
I
Obituary - (To a beloved dog) HBV
Partridge, William Ordway
I
Nathan Hale - (Hale’s last words) DAD
Patmore, Coventry
I
Shadow of night, The - (Lying awake at night) CH
Payne, Anne Blackwell
KP
Ambition - (Each tree would like to be chosen for a Christmas
tree) GF
KP
At night - (At bedtime darkness looks like a bear or like a
sheep) GF, UTS
KP
Fairy aeroplanes - (Butterflies are fairy aeroplanes) GF, HC3,
FVYC, UTS
KP
Fairy carpets - (in the woods) GF
PI
Little girl in bloom, A - (Japanese girl) GF
PI
Neighbors - (Stars) GF
KP
Robin - GF
PI
Silver sheep - (Sun is a shepherd that cares for the star sheep)
GF, UTS
KP
Top of day, The - (Sky is top of the day) GF
Payne, John Howard
I
Home, sweet home - (There is no place like home) CTBP, FH5, N4,
OTP, PEC, PG2, TC6
I
Skating song, A - BVC
Peabody, Jo sephine
PI
After-Word - (Sharing life's gifts) BLP
PI
Angels - BLP
PI
Before meat - (A child's grace) T
PI
Beggar-Man, The - (Giving one’s only penny) BLP
-355-
Peabody, Josephine (Cont'd)
PK
Busy child, The - BLP
PI
Cakes and ale - (An understanding friend) BLP
PI
Candle-Light - BLP
I
Charms To be said in the sun - (Enjoyment of sunshine) LC
KPI
Chestnut stands - BLP
KPI
Christmas tree, The - BLP
PI
Church-Time - BLP
P
Concerning love - (Loving humans and kittens) BLP
PI
Cow-Bells - (Cow bells lead around the world)
KP
Curls - (Wishing for curly hair
KPI
Early - (Watching mother comb her hair) BLP,
PI
Green singing-brook, The - BLP
P
I was lost - BLP
KP
Journey, A - (Child sees countryand town from a train window)
BLP, RAR
BLP
won't give it to you) BLP
T
KP
Late - (Father looks in on his sleeping family) BLP,SHR2
PI
Little side-streets -
KPI
Making a house - (Drawing a house) BLP, N2
KP
Market - BLP
KP
Masterpiece, The - (Learning to sew) BLP
PI
Mystic, The - (A penny for your thoughts) BLP
PI
Ode on the dog - BLP
KP
Pigeons out walking - BLP
PI
Play's the thing, The
KP
Polite visitor, The -(Tries to remember to
interested in owner’s pets) BLP
(Life in areas of the underprivileged) BLP
- (At the theatre) BLP
be polite but is most
-356Peabody, Jo sephine (Cont’d)
KP
Secrets - (Enjoying one's own secrets) BLP
P
Sorrows, The - (School - not a child’s happiest days) BLP
KP
Sunset - BLP
PI
Thunder-Storms - BLP
PI
Wind - (What the wind says) BLP
PI
Windows - BLP
PI
Wind's east, The - BLP
PI
Wing-Sprouts - (Creative emotions) BLP
Peabody, William Bourne Oliver
KP
Pussy, pussy, do not mew - (Animals may cry if children do) SSN
Peacock, Thomas Love
I
Grave of love. The - CH
I
Song: "For the tender beech and the sapling oak" - (Nonsense
verse - Live oak or beech is a greenwood tree) LC
Oak and the beech, The - OTP
Song of Robin Hood's men, A - PB3
Song - BFV, OHP, PR
I
War song of Dinas vawr, The - (Successful war of plunder) BVC, BPB
Pease, Josephine
P
Colors - (Different colors suggest different objects) GC3
I
Telegraph wires - MW6
Peavyhouse, William W.
I
Theodore Roosevelt - H
Peck, Samuel Minturn
I
Autumn's glee - (Autumn is not sad) C06
I
Autumn’s mirth - GN, POS, PP06
I
Grapevine swing, The - (A boy of the south who loves to swing)
NS6, PP05, S5
Peel, Arthur
PI
Shadows - MSP
Pelham, M.
PI
Comical girl, The - (Nonsense verse) ABVC
Pope, Alexander
I
Descend, ye nine - (Description of music and its power) GN
Penny, William Edward
I
Captain's last hail, The - (Captain's death) ABVC
Percival, James Gates
I
Coral grove, The - (Description) GN, POS, TVSH
I
Eagle, The - (Eagle flies high and free) DAD
PI
Lily of the valley. The - ("I had found out a sweet green spot")
PFEM
I
Perry's victory on Lake Erie - (Capture of six British vessels)
PAP
I
Seneca Lake - (Description) POS
Percy, Florence
PI
Bird's nest, A - (Over a doorway) PFEM
Percy, William Alexander
I
Adventure - ODP
I
In the delta - (The work ofthe river) ODP
I
Little page's song, A - NA4, T
PI
Little shepherd's song, The - (As he herds his sheep) GF, NA5
I
Overtones - (Bird song) ODP
I
Page's road song, A - ODP
Perkins, Lucy Fitch
PI
Gardener, The - (Making a garden and digging up seeds to see if
sprouted) PCH
Perkins, Lucy Fitch (Cont'd)
KP
Honey-Bee - (Child urges bee to gather honey) MC, SUSU
Perry, Nora
I
Coming of spring, The - (Signs of spring) CSBP, DAD, H, HBV,
NW5, PB4, PG2, POS, PTR, TC5
Peterson, Frederick
I
Wild geese - OTP
Peterson, Henry
I
Ode for Decoration Day, An - (Honor the graves of thesoldiers
of the north and south) OHP
Pettee, G. W.
PI
Sleigh song - PFEM
Phelps, Charles Henry
I
Henry Ward Beecher - (Helped tofree slaves)
DAD
Phillips, Susan Kelly
I
In November - PG1, POS
Pierce, Dorothy Mason
P
In the garden - (A good place for seven year old to play) DL3
KP
Our kitten - DLP
KP
Sprinkling - (Father sprinkles child's toeswith the hose) SUSU
Pierpont, John
I
Fourth of July - DAD, H
I
Pilgrim fathers, The - DAD, H
I
Warren's address at Bunker Hill- (Depicting
the spirit of a
leader preparing his men for the Battle of Bunker Hill) HBV
Warren's address - GN, PAP, PEC
Warren's address to the American soldiers - DAD, PB6, PP05
I
Whittling - (A boymakes things with a jack knife) GN
Plummer, Mary E.
PI
Pussy Willows - (Life of) GF, MPB, RAR
-359Poe, Edgar Allan
I
Bells, The - BBV, BFP, BR6, C05, CTBP, EC6, GN, GR5, NS6, ODP
OTP, PB5, PCH, TB, TVSH
I
Eldorado - (Anything worth having is worth seeking) CTBP, RS
I
Fairyland - OTP
I
Haunted palace, The - (imaginary palace of beauty and happinei
BPB, CH, OTP
I
Sleeper, The - (Of one dead) BPB
I
To one in paradise - (Mourning) BPB
I
Ulalume - (The story of one October night) BPB
I
Valley of unrest, The - (Beauty of) BPB
Poole , Louella C.
I
Stowaway cat, The - (Cat smuggled on board airship) FH6
Poorman, Nellie
KP
God's care - (Of all) CB02
P
Suppose - (Fancies about animals) CB03
Pope, Alexander
I
Elegy - (”To the memory of an unfortunate lady”) CH
PI
Inscribed on the collar of a dog - (A proud owner) PCH
I
Ode on solitude - (A home planned) HBV, LC, OTP
Solitude - PEC
Pope, Jessie
KPI
Noise - (Appreciation of noise) THBP
Post, Waldron Kinsolving
I
Annapolis - (Tribute to Annapolis Naval Academy) PAP
Potter, Miriam Clark
KP
Candle tree, The - (The Christmas trees brings happiness of toys
and consciousness of Christ) FVYC
KP
Jack O'Lantern, The - (The gardener helps two little boys make a
jack-o-lantern) FVYC
-360Potter, Miriam Clark (Cont'd)
KP
Stammer weather - (Child enjoys summer) PVYC
KP
Two little flocks, The - (Conversation between cloud sheep and
sheep in a meadow) PVYC
KP
Umbrellas - (Umbrellas look like mushrooms) PVYC
Poulsson, Emilie
KP
Baby’s breakfast - (Contributors to baby's breakfast) HBV, PPAL,
RAR
P
Baker, The - (Work of) CD2
KP
Bed time song - (Bedtime for baby, baby animals and flowers) HBV
I
Books are keys - H
KP
Breakfast song, The - (The baby's breakfast) HBV
KP
Chickens in trouble - (Mother hen sheltered her chickens) PPAL
I
Fall of London Bridge, The - (Story of saving London from the
Danes by destroying London bridge) CB06
PI
First Christmas, The - (Christmas story) OHP, PCH, TY
KPI
Judging by appearances - (Jack-o-lantern thinks that moon is
another like himself) MPB, SS3
PI
Lovable child, The - (Choosing a valentine) HBV, MPB
I
Magic - (Of books) CB06
KP
Mrs. Pussy - (Hunting for dinner) PFEM
KP
Puppy's problem, A - (Vilhen to bark and bite) PPAL
PI
Sailor, The - (Sailors bring us products from all over the world)
CB05
PI
Santa Claus and the mouse - (Santa filled the stocking full but a
mouse added a hole) GF, UTS
PI
Story of baby's blanket, The - (Sheep told baby of his use of
wool) PPAL
KP
Story of baby’s pillow, The - PPAL
P
Sunbeams, The - (Sunbeams dispel the night and wake the children)
PB2, PFEM
-361Poulsson, Emllie (Cont'd)
PI
P
"While stars of Christinas shine - (Be loving and kind at Christinas
time) OHP, TY
White "boat rooking - (¥fish to go sailing)
CB03
Praed, Wlnthrop Mackworth
I
Red fisherman, The; or, Devil's decoy, The - (An abbot watched the
devil's fishing for souls) BPB
Pratt, Anna Marie
KPI
Early news - (Birds spread the news that dawn hascome)
P
Hint, A - (Frowns or smiles) TY
PI
Mortifying mistake, A - (Times tables aredifficult tolearn) HBV
Little mistake, A - RS
KP
MC
Turkey’s opinion, The - (Turkey thinks that drumsticks are best
for running) PVYC
Pratt, Henry Noyes
P
Poplar trees are happiest - (Contrast of different kinds of trees)
RL3
Prentice, John A.
I
Washington - (inspiration) OHP
Prentiss, Elizabeth
KP
Little kitty, The - (Kitten caught a mouse but it got away again)
SSN
KP
Long time ago, A - (Cat almost had a mouse) CFBP, GF, PB3
Kitty - CBOP, MPB
KP
Sleep, baby, sleep - PB1, RAR
Cradle song - C0BV1
KP
Susy Miller - (Child burned her fingers) SSN
Preston, Margaret Junkin
P
Coming of spring - (Signs of) N4
I
First Thanksgiving Day, The - BR6,
I
Gone forward - (Robert E, Lee) DAD
PP05, STP, TC6
Preston, Margaret Junlcin (Cont'd)
I
Governor Bradford's Thanksgiving Proclamation - N5
I
Lady Yeardley's guest - (Visit of Indian chief to a colonial home
on Christmas Eve) N5
I
Lesson from the street, A - (A child had roses scattered by a
rude boy) PP05
I
Only a private - PP06
Procter, Adelaide Anne
I
Wind, The - (The wind is sometimes ruthless) POS
Procter, Bryan Waller
I
Blood horse, The - (Arabian horse lineage) GN, OTP
I
Fate of the oak, The - (Oak lived and was killed and made into a
famous ship) OHP, OTP
I
Flowers - (Spring flowers) POS
I
Hunter's song, The - (Wakening hunters) BBV, GN, OTP
I
King of the night, The - (The owl) POS
I
Owl, The - DAD, ODP
Horned owl, The - OTP, TVSH
I
Sea, The - (A sailor's love of the sea) COBV3, CSBP, EC4, GN, GS,
HBV, LC, OTP, PG2, POS, PP06, T, TB, TV, TVSH
I
Stormy petrel, The - OTP
I
Violet, The - PFEM
Proctor, Edna Dean
I
Columbia's emblem - BR6, GN, POS
I
Heroes - (Heroes did not die in vain) TVSH
I
Queen of the year, The - (Christmas) DAD
I
Sa-ca-ga-we-a - (Indian girl led Lewis and Clark west) FAS6
Proudfitt, David L»
I
Bismillah - (Abraham denied a heathen shelter, but sin angel
warned him that God is more kind) STP
-363Provost, Barbara Jane
PI
Holland - (Description of) PCH, UA3
Putnam, Israel
PI
Day after, The - (School closes) SY
Pyle, Katharine
P
Beet, The - (A little girl who refused to wash turned into a
beet) CJ
P
Boisterous Ann - (Learning to keep clothes clean) CJ
P
Brother and sister, The - (Disobedient children are caught
witch but manage to save themselves) CJ
P
Careless Jane - (Jane finds a need to learn to sew) CJ
PI
Caterpillar, The - (The little girl who refused to do errands
developed caterpillar feet) LM
P
Child who would not go to bed - (is carried away by the sandman)
CJ
PI
Daddy Crane - (A boy who runs away to swim has a very unpleasant
encounter with a crane) LM
P
Dandelion, The - (Telling time by the dandelion) DAD,
PI
Envious Eliza - (An envious little girl learn that itis better
to have playmates than many toys and play alone) LM
P
Georgie lie-a-bed - CJ
P
Grandfather stork - (Teaches a lesson to a boy who refuses to eat
his food) CJ
KP
How the little kite learned to fly - TV, TVSH
PI
Lazy Matilda - (A lazy girl refuses to help her mother, is lost
in the wood, where she works hard for a dwarf, until rescued by
her pet cat) LM
PI
Magic man, The - (The magic man changes the cars of a little boy
who is curious about the affairs of others) LM
PI
Mischievous Jane - (A little girl who enjoyed frightening people,
is trapped in a tree and has to be rescued by firemen) LM
PI
Nixie, The - (Disobedient children run off with a nixie) LM
by a
HR2
-364Pyle, Katherine (Cont'd)
P
Old mother webtoes - (A frog teaches a lesson to a disobedient
girl) CJ
P
Peter and the ogress - (Truants) CJ
P
Rabbit witch, The - (Carries away a littlegirl who did not get
along with her playmates) CJ
P
Robber rat, The - (is taught a lesson by the
PI
Sea princess, The - PCH, TV, TVSH, TY
PI
September - (Making a castle of autumn leaves which was
away) PCH
PI
Stephen's lesson - (A boy learns that naughty words must not be
said) LM
PI
Sweet tooth - (A greedy little boy) LM
P
Untidy Amanda - (Refuses to comb her hair) CJ
PI
Vain little Lucy - LM
PI
Visitor, The - (A little boy with piggish table manners
himself as other see him) LM
PI
Witch and the truant boys, The - (Two runaway boys are caught by
a witch, but manage to escape) LM
cat) CJ
Quiller-Couch, Arthur Thomas
PI
Sage counsel - (Nonsense about animals) BVC, HBV, ODP
Radford, Dolly
KPI
Buttercups - RS
Raleigh, Walter
I
Lye, The - (in defense of Sir Walter Raleigh) PEC
I
Pilgrimage - (Pilgrimage to heaven) STB
Ramsay, Allan
I
My Peggy - (Description) GN, LC, OTP
Rand, Edward A.
PI
Flakes of snow - PFEM
blown
sees
-365Rand, E. A. (Cont'd)
I
Little ships in the air - (Snowflakes) PFEM
Randall, Laura Lee
PI
Our circus - (Children made a circus) GF, UTS
Rands, William Brighty
PI
Black bunny - (The death of a pet) CBOP
P
Clean Clara - (Nonsense verse) ABVC, BNV, TB
PI
Cuckoo in the pear-tree - BNV
PI
Dolladine - (Description of a beautiful doll) PTR
P
Dream of a boy who lived at nine-elms, The - BNV, GWP, PPAL, RS,
TB
P
Dream of a girl who lived at seven-oaks, The - BNV, GWP, OTP,
PPAL, RS, TB
PI
Dressing the doll - (Descriptionof many dollclothes)
I
Drummer-Boy and the shepherdess,
The - CBOP
PI
First of June, The - (Flowers in
June) TB
I
Frodgedobbulum's fancy - (A giant goes in search of awife but
now sits at the north pole) BNV
PI
Godfrey Gordon Gustavus Gore - (Teaching a child to close doors)
FP, GWP, MBP, TSW
Reformation of Godfrey Gore, The - OTP
I
Happy world, The - (A happy bee) PCH, PPAL
Brown bee - PB5
PI
Harold and Alice; or the reformed giant - (A reformed giant) GS
PI
Kitty; What she thinks of herself - CBOP
Kitten speaks, The - RS
PI
Lavender beds, The - (Fairies hide in the garden) CBOP
I
Lilliput levee - (Turning the tables on parents) TSW
I
Lilliput notice - (Poems submitted for lilliput laureate) PTR
PI
Little Christel - (Child followed sermon's teaching, wBe kind")
PTR
At. Unknown - CLP
PTR
-366Rands, William Brighty
I
Love and the child - (Pleasures are transient but love eternal)
PTR
KP
Lullaby -
PI
Peddler's caravan, The - (Child's desire to explore world with
the peddler in his caravan) BNV, BVC, CD2, C0BV1, FP, GF, GS,
GWP, HBV, MC, MPB, OTP, PB3, PCH, PP04, PR, PTR3, RS, TB, TC4, TV
PI
Polly - (Description of girl of three years) OTP, PTR, TB
At. - Unknown - CLP
KP
Polly Pansy - (Description of very small child) SSN
I
Shock-headed Cicely and the two bears - (A poor unkempt girl wins
a rich husband, because she is kind to his bears) BNV
I
Shooting song, A - (A boy would like to be able to shoot) BVC, OTP
PI
Stalky Jack - (A boy visited the giants' country and finds, upon
his return, life out of proportion) BNV, RS
I
Three little dolls in Arcady, The - (Nonsense) TB
KPI
Topsy-Turvy world - (Nonsense) BNV, CFBP, MG, MPB, PB5, R4, TB,
TSW
At. - Unknown - CLP
PI
Wonderful world, The - (Child's realization of self) CFBP, CSR3,
EG4, GF, HBV, MPB, PB3, PR, RAR, TV
At. - Unknown - Child's world, The - CLP, OHP, POS
At. - Unknown - Great, wide, beautiful, wonderful world, The
GR4, GS, TB
At. - Levee, lilliput - PG1
World, The - OTP
(Finding lullabies) GS, PPAL
Rankin, Jeremiah Eames
PI
Babie, The - (Description in Scotch dialect) PEC
I
Word of God to Leyden came, The - (God spoke to the Pilgrims of
freedom) DAD, OTP
Ranko
PI
Plum trees - (Plum tree blossoms) MPB
Ramal, Walter pseud.
See - De la Mare, Walter
Ratcliffe, Dorothy Una
P
Nursery nocturne - (Lullaby) ODP
-367Rathom, John R.
I
"Unknown" dead, The - (Unknown soldiers, symbols of our struggles
in the World War) H
Ravenscroft, Thomas
I
By the moon - (Fairy play) CH
PI
Elves' dance, The - MPB
Raymond, Bernard
PI
Tracings - (Children leave marks behind them) THBP
Read, Thomas B.
I
Rising in 1776, The - (A preacher recruits for the Revolutionary
War) BR6, PB6
I
Sheridan's ride - BBV, CBOP, DAD, GN, HBV, OHP, OTP, PAP, PEC, TC6
I
Windy night, The - C0BV3, GN,
GR6
Realf, Richard
I
Apocalypse - (The first soldier killed in Civil War was Arthur Ladd
of Sixth, Mass., killed in Baltimore) PAP
Reed, Edward Bliss
I
Poplars - (Poplars are lonely - their shape helps neither birds
or children) OHP
PI
September - (Description) MPB
Reed, Langford
I
Vicar of Bray, The - (Nonsense - spraying roses) TSW
Reed, Nan Terrell
P
April's order -
(-to the weather man) TL4
I
Forget-me-not day - (We must not forget the agony and suffering
of our World War soldiers) H
Reese, Lizette Woodworth
I
April weather -(Spring flowers and birds)
PI
Bible stories -
DAD
(Told by mother) MPB, MSP, ODP, TSW
-368Reese, Lizette Woodworth (Cont'd)
KPI
Christinas folk song, The - (The Christinas story) CCP, GF, MPB,
OHP, RAR, SP, SUSU, UTS
I
Ghost night - (Return of a loved one) LC
I
Good Joan, The - (Joan of Arc's spirit rode through France during
the World War to cheer the soldiers) FP, MPB, SP
PI
Lark, The - (A speck in the sky) GF
PI
Little song of life, A - (A thankful poem) CHR6, D3, EG6,
MPB, N4, NA4, SP
I
Street scene, A - (Early morning in an Irish city) GR6, PCH
I
Sunrise - TSW
I
Taps - (Everlasting sleep for our honored, dead soldiers)
OHP
GCB3,
DAD, H,
Reeves, Katherine
P
Walking in the woods - (in autumn) CD2
Reid, Alice
PI
Ragged robin and bouncing bet - (Friends) DAD
Reinko
PI
"I came to look and lo - (The plum tree petals scatterdown
fall of purest snow") SUSU
Reis, Lincoln
PI
North wind, The - (A shivering song) PCH
Renton, William
I
Corn-bluebottle - T
Rentoul, Annie R.
PI
Fairy frolic - GF
Renwiok, Mattie M.
KP
We thank thee - (A thanksgiving prayer) H, PVYC
Requa, Harriet Warner
PI
Autumn leaves - PFEM
a
-369Rexford, Eben
I
Bluebird, The - POS
PI
Butterfly, The - (is a pansy with wings) PFEM
KP
Ho, for slumberland - PFEM
I
In April - (April brings comfort and hope
PI
Sign of spring, A - (Bluebird song) PCH
in itsbeauty)
POS
Rhodes, Hope Ann
KP
Lights - (Candles and stars) CB02
Rice, Cale Young
I
Chanson of the bells of Oseney - ODP
PI
In an oriental harbor - (Ships from overthe
CZ4, FH5
world weigh anchor)
Rice, Lillian Dynevor
KP
Shadow-Town ferry - (A lullaby) MG, PG1
Rice, Wallace
I
I
Jackson at Hew Orleans - (Battle of) DAD
Under the stars - (Significance of the colors of the flag in
war) OHP
Richards, Laura E.
P
Across the street - (Nonsense - A cyclone blew neighbors away)
MGF
PI
Adventurous grasshopper. The - (Nonsense - A grasshopper flew to
the moon and back and was consumed by a goshawk) TLR
PI
Advice to young naturalists - (Nonsense - Do not try to shampoo
a gnu or scale a whale) MGR
I
After a visit to the Natural History Museum -(Nonsense Description of prehistoric animals) TLR
PI
Agamemnon - (Playing the siege of Troy) IMN
P
Airs - (The dog who put on airs) IHS
I
Alibazan - (A maid sings of meeting andmarrying
IMN, TLR
her man in May)
-370Riohards, Laura E. (Cont'd)
PI
Alice's supper - (A nonsense song of thesources of Alice's
bread) IMN, MPB, TLR
PI
Along the beach - (Waves) IHS
PI
Ambitious chicken, The - (An Easter chicken) IMN
PI
Ambitious haddock, The - (Nonsense - A haddock wished tobecome
kangaroo but instead became chowder) TLR
PI
Another boy - (The best sport is canoeing) IHS
KP
Antonio - (Nonsense verse of a man scorned by amaid) MGR,
KP
Apple-Grim and dapple-grim - (Child and doll riding on a rooking
horse meet with a tragedy) IHS
PI
At Easter time - H, MPB, OHP
KP
Baby goes to Boston, The - (Nonsense - Description
using rhythm of train on tracks) SSN, TLR
PI
Baby's future, The - (What will the baby be?) IMN, MGR
KPI
Balanced diet - (Food for each meal) IHS
PI
Ballad of China, A - IHS
P
Ballad of the beach, The - (Two small boys played onthe beach
while their hats floated out to their mother, who was frightened)
IMN, TLR
P
Barbary main, The - IHS
PI
Barnaby
P
Be kind to goblins - (A goblin lost his penny) IHS
PI
Beetle and the bee, The - (Nonsense - The snapping beetle won
bee) MGR
PI
Begum and the rajah, The - (The rajah woos the begum) IHS
P
Belinda Blonde - (Nonsense - A beautiful doll was knocked over
by horrible jack-in-the-box) IMN, TLR
PI
Billy boy - (Mishaps at the seashore) MGR
PI
Bingo the dingo and the fatal flamingo - (Nonsense - Bingo,
dog, drowned himself when scorned by a flamingo) TLR
a
THBP
of train ride
Bailey - (A sailor went in search of a whale) IHS
a
the
-371Richards, Laura E. (Cont'd)
KPI
Bird song - CZ5, IMN
PI
Birds - (Gulls are adventurous birds but crows just stay at home)
IHS
PI
Bird's ball, The - (The birds hada masqueradeparty)
PI
Bird's Christmas, The - IBB
PI
Bobbily Boo and Wollypotump -(Nonsense
-Greedy
wept to death when called greedy) IMN, TLR
I
Brief ballad of Araby, A - (Nonsense - A family went traveling on
a camel, but he refused to swim, they made corned beef of him)
TLR
I
Brigand and the actor, The - (Nonsense - The adventures of the
mythical brigand and the actor) TLR
PI
Buffalo, The - (Nonsense - A buffalo had a cold but no Indian
chief would lend him a handkerchief) TLR
KP
Building - (Difference between a play house and a real house) IHS
PI
Bumble-Bee, The - (Nonsense) IMN,
PI
Bunker Hill monument - IMN
P
Bunsbury Bumpkin - (A person wanting to borrow a pumpkin) IHS
PI
Camberwell beauty - (A beautiful maid who preferred to be free
became a butterfly) IHS
PI
Cat may look at a king, A - (Nonsense - But this cat found it
uninteresting) MGR
PI
Catawampus, The - (Nonsense - YJhat a catawampus is not) MGR
PI
Cave-Boy, The - (Child dreamed he was a cave boy) MGR
P
Chicadee - IHS
P
Chimpanzee, The - (A naughty chimpanzee came to t ea) IHS
PI
Cuchkabuck - (Nonsense - A story about an Indian brave) MGR
P
Codger, The -(Nonsense) IHS
PI
Counsel - (Elves, goblins, brownies, fairies and pixies are
treated differently) IHS
MGR
king and queen
MGR
-372Richards, Laura E. (Cont'd)
KP
Craft - (Three kinds of boats) IHS
PI
Crocodile, The - (Nonsense - The crocodile cries because he
cannot be a sheep) TLR, UTS
P
Crow and the kettle, The - (The crow that tried to be a goose in
the house of a witch) IHS
PI
Dandy cat, The - (Nonsense - Knightly took so long to dress that
the rats and mice all got away) IMN, MGR
PI
Dear little boy, The - (Everything for) CB2, MGR
PI
Deep sea dandy, The - (A sea serpent) IHS
KP
Difference, The - (Nonsense - Baby wanted more noses for roses
but found one enough for snuff) HBV, IMN, PPAL, TLR
PI
Differences - (The differences in shell fish) IHS
PI
Different people - (A limerick - "Ferdinand Fuddlehead") IHS
PI
Different people - (A limerick - "Lizabeth Lockery") IHS
PI
Different people - (A limerick - "Millicent Maccaboy") IHS
PI
Different people - ("Peroival Pettigrew") IHS
KP
Dockery clockery - (A clock that told when to go to bed and when
to get up) IHS
I
Dog-gerel - (Nonsense - A lady talks to her dog) TLR
PI
Drinking vessles - (Nonsense - Noggin, piggin, quaigh and tumbler
used as drinking vessels) TLR
PI
Duckery quackery - (Nonsense - Ducks go fishing) MGR
KP
Easter - (Flowers for Easter) IMN
KP
Easter hen, The - (Lays special kind of eggs on Easter Day) IMN
KP
Easter-Time - (Happy time) IMN
KP
Egg, The - (Child asks each animal in the barnyard for an egg,
then finds ten under the hen) IMN, MPB, RAR, TLR
PI
Eletelephony - (Nonsense - An elephant tried to use a telephone)
CD6, MPB, NA5, TLR
P
Elfin play - (An elf prince rescues an elf princess from a frog)
IHS
-373Richards, Laura E. (Cont’d)
KPI
Emily Jane - (Doll is battered but beloved) IMN, RS, TLR
P
Eminent persons - (Nonsense about a king and his court) IHS
PI
Eve of the glorious Fourth, The - (Getting ready for a July Fourth
celebration) IMN
P
Fairy child, The - (Fairy answers child's questions) MGR
P
Fairy tailors and Mistress Mousie, The- (The mouse who protected
fairies from a troll is rewarded by the fairy queen) IHS
P
Fairy watchman, The - IHS
PI
Fairy’s plaint, The - (Fairies complain that mortals steal from
them) MGR
PI
Fiddling Jimmy - (The fiddler comes to town) IHS
PI
Five little princesses, The - (VVho went astray on their way to
school) GWP, IMN
P
Fog - IHS
PI
For pictures - (Nonsense - Alligator tried to skate, etc.) MGR
KP
Forty little ducklings, The - (Nonsense - The ducklings ran away
to find the river) IMN, TLR
PI
Fussy - (Nonsense - Man had butcher arrested because he did not
keep pettitoes and pottytoes out of season) MPB, TLR
I
Gargoyle and the griffin, The - (Nonsense - A gargoyle and a
griffin were turned to a stone by a gorgon and Confucius fled)
TLR
PI
Geographi - (Nonsense verse using long geography names) IMN, TLR
PI
Gingham umbrella, The - (Nonsense - Arabella won a nobleman by
being polite to him when he was disguised) TLR
PI
Giraffe and the woman, The - (Nonsense - The giraffe burned
himself on a hot pie) MGR
PI
Good advice - (Nonsense - Advice to Janissaries and Functionaries)
TLR
PI
Grampus and the condor, The - (Nonsense - A whale got lost in the
pampas) MGR
P
Grandmother, The - (Grandchild’s description) MGR
-374Richards, Laura E. (Cont'd)
PI
Greedy giant, The - (Nonsense
- A giant ate too much and died) TLR
PI
Green man, The - (Sea man and
of each other) MGR
landlubber boy exchange opinions
P
Glorious game, A - (An imaginative game to be played with
grandmother) IHS
P
Gorilla, The - IHS
PI
Grandfather dear - (Gathering flowers on Decoration Day) IMN
PI
Gregory Griggs - (Nonsense - Gregory Griggs wore a wig) IMN, TLR
PI
Gret gran'f'ther - (-who fought at Bunker Hill) IMN
PI
Grombuskin - (Grombuskin grew so big that he was changed to a
mountain) CB4, MGR
PI
Guzzlebys, The - (Nonsense - Having tea with the guzzlebys) MGR
P
Happenings - (Adventures with a fairy, whale and bear) IHS
PI
He and his family - (Nonsense - A kangaroo's relatives were all
sea creatures) IMN, TLR
P
He didn't like me - (Bird talks to author) MGR
KP
Higgledy-Piggledy - (Nonsense - Higgledy-Piggledy started for
school clean but returned with torn and dirty clothes) IMN, TLR
KPI
High barbaree, The -(Nonsense - A sailor saved a muffin bird from
a crumpet cat) SUSU, TLR
PI
Hiram Cicero morning-glory - (Nonsense - Hiram Cicero went to jail
for selling tempting confections) MGR
PI
Hop-Toad and the buffalo and old Mr. Snuffalo, The - (Hop-toad
went for a ride on a buffalo's back) MGR
I
Hornet and the bee, The - (Nonsense - The bee refused a hornet
to marry a cockychafer but was eaten by the bridegroom) IMN, TLR
P
Hospitality - (Nonsense) IHS
PI
Howl about an owl, A - (Nonsense) IMN, MGR
PI
Howlery growlery room, The - (Nonsense - Children notallowed to
quarrel) MGR
I
In foreign parts - (Nonsense - Traveler found foreign peoples
strange) HBV, TLR
-375Riohards, Laura E. (Cont'd)
I
In Samarcand - (Nonsense - A tartar won a lady from a sultan) MGR
PI
In the closet - (Child shut in closet for punishment) IMN, MGR
PI
In the poultry yard - (The difference between cocks and cats) IHS
I
Indian ballad, An - (Nonsense - The squaws of an Indian planned
to kill his favorite, but he overheard the plans and had each one
killed by the method she had devised) IMN, TLR
P
Jack 0 'Lantern - IHS
KPI
Jacky Frost - (Nonsense - Jack Frost painted leaves and window
panes and pinched Jenny's nose) IMN, TLR
PI
Jamie in the garden - (How can one tell when berries are
unless by tasting?) IMN
PI
Jeremi' and Josephine - (Nonsense - The reader helps the writer
tell the story of Jeremi* and Josephine) TLR
KPI
Jippy and Jimmy - (Nonsense - Two dogs fell in the river
it wet) IMN, MPB, TLR
PI
Jumble jingle - ("Pick up a stick up”) IHS
PI
Jumble jingle - ("Quintus O'Quillikin") IHS
PI
Jumble jingle - ("Rover rambled over the clover") IHS
I
Jumbo jee - (Nonsense - Three kings built well, then
well to their success) IMN, TLR
P
Kangaroo keg - IHS
KP
Kindness to animals - (Nonsense - Description of) TLR
PI
King Barnabas and the albatross - (Nonsense - Barnabas and
albatross chatted then flew away) MGR
P
King of Krimpumpkin, The - (Three daughters of the king seek
their fortunes and return with gifts) IHS
PI
King Pippin - (Nonsense - King Pippin and his followers) MGR
PI
Kittiwake - (A gull, who went fishing) IHS
PI
Lady's slipper - (Child found slipper lost by fairy) IMN,
P
Land of caraway, The - (A candy dream) IHS
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ripe
and found
drank too
TLR
-376Richards, Laura E. (Cont'd)
PI
Legend of Lake Okeefinokee, A - (Nonsense - A mockingbird lured
a frog to his death, and was himself killed) IMN, RS, TLR
PI
Limberoo, the cramberoo and the wump, The - (The limberoo leaped
and the cramberoo crept, so they could not walk together) MGR
PI
Limerick lane - IHS
PI
Linekin's Bay - (Nonsense - A robber stole a woman's livelihood
so she married) MGR
P
Linikin minikin finikin pinikin - (Nonsense - just words) IHS
PI
Little black monkey - (Hunting a mischievous monkey) IMN, TLR
KP
Little brown bobby - (Child frightened at sight of a calf) C0BV1
IMN, SSN
KPI
Little brown mouse, The - (A little brown mouse got a party
ready when a dog came along) IHS
PI
Little brown sea-week - IHS
KP
Little cat - (l/lihat cats dream of) IHS
I
Little cossack, The - (Nonsense) IMN, TLR
PI
Little duchess, The - (Nonsense - The Dutch people ducked the
rude burgomaster in the Zuyder Zee) IMN, TLR
PI
Little fat frog, The - (Nonsense - Frog wanted an eggnog) MGR
I
Little gnome, The - (Nonsense - A gnome tried to amuse his wife
but succeeded only when he wept in despair) IMN, TLR
PI
Little John Bottlejohn - (Little John Bottlejohn joined a mermaid
in the sea) IMN, RS, TLR
PI
Little man, The - (Nonsense - Troubles of a short man) MGR
PI
Little muffin man, The - (Nonsense - Muffin man sings of his
muffins) MGR
KP
Little sunbeam - (in baby’s bed is abrighter sunbeam) IMN, PFEM
PI
Lobsterman, The - IHS
P
Lolly pop - (Lolly pop hopped allday)
KP
Lovely Lorella, The - MGR, THBP
MGR
-377Richards, Laura E. (Cont'd)
PI
Lyric, The - (The sweet songs of birds) IHS
KP
Maid of Timbuctoo, The - (An Arabian maiden is beaten for
stealing) THBP, TLR
PI
Mameluke and the hospodar, The - (Two men stand in the rain,
seeking a word to rhyme their names - Nonsense) TLR
I
Man and the people, The - (Nonsense - A man tried to fly with
bird feathers and swim with fish fins but people disapproved of
him) TLR
PI
Marjories knitting - IMN
P
Marmaduke Mellow and the bison - (A bison who wanted to play the
cello) IHS
PI
Master Jack’s song - (Nonsense - Jack liked his grandmother's
jam) IMN, TLR
PI
Master Jack's views - (A lesson in astronomy) IMN
P
May - (Fairest of months) IMN
P
Mermaid, The - IHS
PI
Mermaidens, The - (Description of) IMN, TLR
PI
Merry thoughts - (Nonsense) MGR
KP
Mincing Mose - (Nonsense - Kitten did not want shoes) MGR
KPI
Mr. Somebody - (it's an ill wind that blows
P
Mistress Mouse and Master Mole - IHS
I
Mrs. Snipkin and Mrs. Wobblechin - (Nonsense - Two ladies
quarreled about an open window) IMN, TLR
PI
Monkey manners - (Monkey wanted a permanent) MGR
I
Monkeys and the crocodile, The - (Five monkeys tease a crocodile
but only four weep for their brother) CD4, IMN, MW5, NA5, SUSU,
TLR, UTS
P
Mother Goose's party - MGR
PI
Mouse, The - (Nonsense - The mouse promised
allowed to leave at all) IMN, TLR
KPI
My clock - (The clock warns others of passing time but never stops
to wash its own black hands) IMN, TLR
no good) MGR
to leave forever if
-378Richards, Laura E. (Cont'd)
PI
Ity griffin - (Nonsense - Pet griffin isdangerous) TLR
P
My Japanese fan - IMN
P
My man Jerry - (Nonsense) MGR
PI
Ity Uncle Jehoshaphat - (Nonsense -Uncle Jehoshaphat
swimming and riding together) IMN, TLR
KP
Naughty - (A very naughty boy) IHS
PI
Neighbors are not always friends - (Rat declined cat's invitation)
MGR
PI
Nonsense song - MGR
PI
Nonsense tragedy, A - (Owl and bat killed in a hurricane) IMN, MGR
PI
Nonsense verses - ("Harriet Hutch") - (Woman was erratic) IMN, RS,
TLR
KPI
Nonsense verses -("Nicholas Ned") - (Man wore a turnip instead
of a head) LMN, RS, TLR
I
Nonsense verses - ("Ponsonby Perks") -r (Man fought the Turks) IMN,
RS, TLR
I
Nonsense verses - ("Winifred White") - (Woman married a homely
man) IMN, RS, TLR
P
North Sea wooing, A - IHS
PI
Not likely - (If a child could catch a comet) IHS
KP
Nursery tragedy, A - (The rocking horse rocked over
elephant) IMN, TLR
P
Old ducky quackerel - (Boastful ducky quaokerel went fishing) IHS
P
Old Joe Jones TLR
(Nonsense - Jones sells meat-pies and fish-fries)
PI
Old man's pets,
The - (Antics of) MGR
PI
Old rat's tale,
C0BV1, IMN
An - (What became of the two vain, greedy rats?)
PI
One boy - (A boy enjoys a horse in the country) IHS
I
Orang-Outang, The - (Nonsense - The orang-outang wanted to be king
but decided not to bother) TLR
enjoyed
the kingly
-379Richards, Laura E. (Cont’d)
KP
Our celebration - (July Fourth is a dangerous day for a careless
boy) IMN
I
Outlandishman, The - (Nonsense - Sailor behaved outlandishly)
IMN, TLR
I
Owl and the eel and the warming pan, The - (Nonsense) CFBP, HBV,
BIN, PPAL, TLR
PI
Painted ladies - (How morning glories came to be) IMN
PI
Palace, The - (-under the sea) IMN
P
Party, A - (Three boys quarreled about their food while the
fourth quietly ate it all) IMN, TLR
I
Peepsy - (Satire on Jane Taylor - song of a tin song bird) IMN,
TLR
KP
Peterkin Pout and Gregory Grout - (Naughty fairies make baby cross
but good ones make him laugh) C0BV1
Nursery song, A - HBV, MGR, RAR, TV
PI
Phil's secret - (Phil tells about his girl) IMN, TLR
PI
Phrisky phrog, The - (Nonsense - The frog and the snail loved
each other but not each others surroundings) IMN, TLR
P
Pipe and whistle - (Musical rivals drove everyone away, even each
other) IHS
P
Play - (The whole world calls) IHS
PI
Polar bear's party or the mannerless musk ox. The - (Nonsense The musk-ox was rude at the polar bear's party)TLR
PI
Poor unfortunate hottentot, The - (Nonsense - A hottentot while
out hunting a meal, was eaten by a lion) TLR
PI
Postman, The - (Nonsense - The postman comes) IMN, TLR
KPI
Pot and kettle - (Nonsense - The pot called the kettle black)
IMN, TLR
P
Prince tatters - (Boy is careless and does not care about lost
clothes but wants help to find his ball) COBV2, GWP, HBV, MPB,
TLR
PI
Princely Polack, The - (Hunting a bride) IHS
PI
Pump and planet - (Nonsense - The evening star shines inthe
trough to be near the pump) IMN, TLR
-380Richards, Laura E. (Cont'd)
P
Punkydoodle and Jollapin - (Nonsense - Description of notables
taking tea) IMN, TLR
PI
Queen Mab - (Fairy queen has new clothes) MGR
P
Queen Matilda - (Rules for polite conduct) MGR
I
Queen of the Orkney Islands, The - (Nonsense
IMN, TLR
PI
- Description of)
Rabbit and the cow, The - (Rabbit tried to help cow turn somersaults)
MGR
KP
Rain, The - (Rain on wash day) IMN
P
Rank - (About people who are snobs) IIIS
P
Roaming - (Adventure) IHS
PI
Roderigo and Ferdinando - (Nonsense - A golden pheasant, changed
to a starling, pecked the baron who tried to steal him from the
peasant) TLR
PI
Rolling stone gathers no moss, A - (Nonsense - A stone went
rolling) MGR
PI
Rose-Breast, The - IHS
KP
Rosy posy - (Child smells a rose) C0BV1, IMN, FVYC
PI
Rumblecum-Tumblecums, The - (Nonsense - Family wentsailing) MGR
PI
Sandy Godolphin - (Sandy became discouraged when people did not
care if he said, "Fiddledy diddledy dee") IMN, TLR
P
Schooner, The - IHS
P
Sea wind - (Gifts from the sea) IHS
PI
Seven little tigers and the aged cook, The - (Nonsense - The
tigers planned to eat the cook but he fed them one of themselves
and they liked it) IMN, TLR
PI
Shark, The - (Nonsense - A shark sat on a roof and sang of his
adventures) IMN, TLR
KP
Shingling - (Boy shingles dog house) MGR
PI
Showman and the children, The - (Children at a sideshow) MGR
KP
Sickness - (Measles and mumps) IHS
-381Richards, Laura E. (Cont’d)
PI
Sing song - (Nonsense - Child composes songs on various subjects)
TLR
PI
Sir Ringleby Rose - (Nonsense - Sir RinglebyRose had
change the shape of his nose) TLR
KP
Sleepyland - (Baby's dreams) IMN, SSN
PI
Sleigh ride, A - GF, IMN
P
Snail and the mouse, The - (Elves riding a race) IHS
PI
Some families of my acquaintance - (Nonsense - Oddities of people)
TLR
PI
Some fishy nonsense - (Nonsense - Two boys went fishing for
polliwogs but only caught a minnow) IMN, TLR
P
Song - (A sleepy song) IHS
KPI
Song for Hal, A - (Nonsense - Child went sailing so early in
morning that each wave still wore a nightcap) APA, TLR
KPI
Song of the corn popper, The - IMN, TLR
KP
Song of the little winds - (Birds, flowers and children may sleep
but wind has work to do) IMN
PI
Song of the mother whose children are fond of drawing - (Mother
longs for a forest where drawing materials grow) IMN, TLR
I
Spanish ballad, A - (Nonsense - A rejected Spaniard became a
monk) TLR
PI
Spots and stripes - (Nonsense - Wild cats from all over the world
fought in defense of their spots but the tiger told them all that
stripes were the style) TLR
KP
Spring - IHS
PI
Starfish and the sea-urchin - IHS
PI
Still another boy - (The book on a wintry day is the thing he
likes best) IHS
I
Story-Tell - (Nonsense - Three short stories for a child who
asked for them) TLR
PI
Strange beast, The - (Nonsense - Four Londoners tried to identify
a one-horned cow from their limited knowledge of animals but soon
fled) IMN, TLR
a magician
-382
Richards. Laura E. (Cont'd)
P
Subtraction - (Child must learn 6— 4 = 2 before going out to
play) IMN, MGR
KP
Susy - (A naughty, busy girl) IHS
P
Swing song - (Child swinging) IMN
PI
"Talents differ" - (A robin can care for baby robins in a nest
but a little girl can make patchwork) TLR
PI
Terns party, The - (The terns invite the birds to fish for
herring) IHS
P
Terror - (A mouse scares a bird) IHS
PI
Thirsty birds, The - (Nonsense - A hippopotamus swallowed the
birds' bottle of ginger beer but it gave him a stomachache) TLR
PI
Three fishers, The - (Three small fishers went fishing in a rain
barrel for salmon, but the fourth fished for three small fishers)
IMN, TLR
PI
Three little chickens who went out to tea, and the elephant, The
(Nonsense - When the chickens stopped to admire an elephant, he
stepped on them) IMN, TLR
PI
Three little men - (Nonsense - Men made clothes) MGR
PI
Tide, The - IHS
P
Timothy - (Poor old Timothy had trouble with a bat and a rat) IHS
P
" 'Tis an ill wind that blows nobody any good" - (A chick-a-dee's
ne st) IHS
P
To a dear child - (A child asks questions) IHS
PI
To the little girl who wriggles - (Nonsense - Girl who wriggles
compared with an eel) 11®, TLR
P
Tom the pigman - IHS
P
Tom Tickleby and his nose - (A little boy with a long nose) IHS
PI
Tommy's dream; or the Geography demon - (Tommy ate plum cake at
bedtime) IMN, MGR
PI
Trincomalee - (Nonsense - An ostrich helped a Moslem solve a
problem) MGR
I
Tropioal cities - (Wonderful things to be seen in cities) TLR
-383Richards, Laura E. (Cont'd)
P
Two of a kind - (A tatterdemalion and a scareorow) IHS
KPI
Umbrella brigade, The - (Nonsense - Children enjoy the rain)
IMN, SUSU, TLR
P
Uncle Eliphalet's donkey cart - (Children go riding in a donkey
cart) IHS
I
Uncle of Cata Theophilus Jones, The - (Nonsense - The lady's
father poured cold water on the troubadour) TLR
I
Unfortunate grocer, The - (Nonsense - The grocer found it
impossible to meet all demands) TLR
PI
Valentine, A - (in winter, flowers are not available so lover
sends his heart) BR4, H, BIN, MPB, TLR
PI
Various persons - (Nonsense - Description of) TLR
PI
Was she a witch? - (Nonsense - How did the woman draw pickle jacks
from a well?) MPB, TLR
P
We will go riding - (On wondrous fowl) IHS
PI
What a very rude little bird said to Johnny this morning - (How a
boy looks to a bird) IMN
P
What Bobby said - (Bobby discovered that Easter eggs are like
other eggs) IMN
KP
What the robins sing in the morning - (A waking song) IMN
PI
Whippoorwill - IHS
PI
Why does it snow? - (Nonsense - Snow is geese feathers) MGR
PI
Why I no longer travel - (Nonsense - People away from here are
■queer) MPB, TLR
PI
Wiggle and waggle and bubble and squeak - (Nonsense - Friends
tweak each others noses to death) IMN, TLR
PI
Will-o-the-avisp - (Child follows will-o-the-wisp in rain to find
a pot of gold) IMN, TLR
KP
Willow tree - (The willow tree is a friend to a little boy) IHS-
PI
Woffsky-Poffsky - (Nonsense - Cossack fell into Dnieper River
and got wet) MGR
-384Richards, Laura E. (Cont'd)
PI
Wogg and the boggle, The - (Nonsense - The wogg could not be the
boggle's orphan child) MGR
PI
Young Mr. Toad
PI
Young (one’s) night thoughts - (Babydoes
sleep) IMN, MGR
- (A vaintoad)
IHS
not want togo
to
Richardson, Isla Paschal
KP
Dance of the leaves, The - (The wind invited the leaves tocome
and dance) FVYC
PI
Raindrops - GF
KP
Sky is a blue, blue sea,
dreamland) FVYC
KP
Snow fairies - (Snowflakes invite child to play) FVYC
The - (A sail
in the moonboat in
Richardson, Mary
KP
Toys - (Children feel sorry for playmates who have many toys but
no imagination) THBP
Richmond, George
PI
Swallows - (Swarms of flying swallows)
SY
PI
Wish, The - (To be free to live in the
open) SY
Ricker, Helen Adelaide
I
Seasons, The - PFEM, PGl
Ricker, Vance (child)
P
About a fairy - (A fairy riding on a snowflake) CD3
Ridge, Lola
PI
Bees, The - (Watching bees) MPB
higgs, Katherine Dixon
PI
Mockery - (Child tries to get the moon which seems to be caught
in the bramble-trees) CCP, MC, MPB, RAR, SP, SS, TT4
Riggs, Lenore
PI
Bathtub bay - GF
-385Riley, James Whitcomb
I
All-Golden, The - (Spring brings memories of childhood) RC
PI
At aunty’s house - (Small child went visiting and had dinner on
the porch) CR, RC
I
Babe Herrick - (Baby asleep in mother's arms, like a flower) RC
I
Babyhood - (Following baby back to babyhood) RC
P
Bear story, The - CR
I
Billy could ride - RC
PI
Billy goodin' - (What happens in the orchard when people go away?)
RC
PI
Boy lives on our farm, The
I
Boy patriot. The - (The boypatriot wanted
thick of the fight) PP06
I
Boy-Friend, The - (Description) RC
I
Boys, The - (Memories of playmates) RC
PI
Boys’ candidate, The - (Boys enjoy Uncle Signey's watermelon) CR,
RC
PI
Boy's mother, A - II, HBV, OHP, OTP, PB3, PPAL, TC4
I
Brook-Song, The - BR4, RC, TC6
PI
Bumblebee, The - (Child is stung) CR, RC
I
Busch and Tommy - (Description of two brothers) RC
I
Child's home - logn ago, A - (Description of harvest time in a
log cabin) RC
PI
Christine Braibry - (Letter that came with a doll telling of an
imaginary country from which she came) RC
KP
Christmas afterthought - (Who was Santa to Santa when he was
little) RC
I
Christmas long ago, The - (Description of a Christmas party in
log cabin days) RC
PI
Circus-Day parade, The - CHR4, CR, PB4, RC, S, TC4, TT6
I
Curly locks - (Elaboration of Mother Goose) CR, RC
- (Farmboy drives
horses) ABVC, CR
to be asoldier in
the
-386Riley, James Whitcomb (Cont'd)
I
Days gone by, The - (Childhood memories) CR, POS, RC
I
Down around the river - (June time is fishing time) CR
I
Dream of the little princess, The - (Dream of a horseman) RC
I
Dusk song - the beetle - (Kature-et evening-ond at night) RC
I
Exceeding all - (Youth) RC
KP
Extremes - (Boy was noisy - girl quiet) HBV, MPB, PCII, PPAL
KPI
Funniest thing in the world, The - (Monkeys are funny) MC, PPAL,
RC
PI
Funny little fellow, The - (Description of a man who would
recognize no sorrow) CR, RC
PI
Grandfather Squeers - (Raggedy man tells about his grandfather)
CR, RC
I
Guiney pigs - (Dainty guinea pigs - different from pigs) RC
I
Happy little cripple, The - (Crippled child tells about his
life) CR, RC
I
He called her in -
(Beloved playmate died) RC
I
His Christmas sled
sled) RC
- (Watching a boy play with his Christmas
PI
Home-Made fairy tale, A - (Fairies in our yard) CR
I
Honey dripping from the comb - (Memories called while eating an
apple) RC
I
Hunter boy, The -
PI
Impetuous resolve,An - (Plans for grown life)
TC4
PI
In the night - (Child afraid in the dark) RC
PI
Jack-in-the-box - (Grandfather thinks of his childhood) RC
I
John Tarkington Jameson - (Description of a small friend) RC
PI
Jolly miller, The - (Miller haunted by the ghost of the flea he
killed) CR, RC
PI
Land of thus-and-so, The - (Child does not wish to go to a land
where everything is neat and proper) RC
(Watching a boy as he starts across fields) RC
ABVC, CR, HP,RC,
-387Riley, James Whitcomb (Cont’d)
I
Land of used-to-be. The - (Story time) RC
I
Lawyer and child - (Alexander was about father's size) RC
PI
Life-Lesson, A - (Much abused girl cries over broken toys) CR
I
Lincoln - (Lincoln asked only for peace but, like Christ, was
crucified for us) OHP
PI
Little coat, The - (Going through the pockets of child who is
dead) CR, RC
I
Little girly-girl - (Little girl is like a brook) RC
I
Little Johnts's Christmus - (Neighbors planned surprise Christmas
party for poor boy) RC
PI
Little Mandy's Christmas tree - (Church Christmas tree for poor
in memory of a child) RC
PI
Little orphant Annie - (Orphan Annie, the hired girl, tells
about witches and goblins) ABVC, CFBP, CO, CR, FP1, BV, MPB,
OHBP, OTP, PB5, PEC, TC5, THBP, TSW, TL4
I
Little red-apple tree, The - (Tree seemed to be a playmate) RC
I
Little tiny kickshaw, The - (Kickshaw received from mother) RC
I
Longfellow - (Longfellow knew and wrote of nature) DAD
PI
Longfellow's love for the children - RC
PI
Lugubrious whing-whang, The - (Raggedy man's story) CR, RC
PI
Man in the moon, The - (Nonsense) BVC, HBV, OTP, RC, S4
PI
Max and Jim - (One brother is fat, the other one thin) RC
PI
McFeeter's Fourth - (Fourth of July celebration) RC
I
Monument for the soldiers, A - (Monument for soldiers not only
in marble but in hearts) DAD
I
Mother Goose - RC
PI
Mother-Song, A - (Wishing for the mother who is dead) RC
I
Name of old glory, The - (Origin of name) DAD, GN, L5
PI
Naughty Claude - CR, RC
KPI
Nine little goblins, The - (A dream of goblins) BR4, CR, RC, TC4
-388Riley, James Whitcomb (Cont’d)
I
Nonsense rhyme, A - RC
I
Old hay-mow, The - (Playing store in the haymow) CR, RC
I
Old man's nursery rhyme - (Memories of winters) RC
I
Old, old, wish, The - (Wish on a star) RC
PI
Old t ramp, The - CR, RC
I
On the sunny side - (Eappiness in a farm yard) CR, RC
I
Orchard lands of long ago, The - (Memories of orchards) RC
I
Our hired girl - CR, HBV, OTP
I
Out to old Aunt Mary’s - (Aunt Mary always welcomed the boys)
C06, CR, PB6, TC5
I
Pansies - RC
I
Passing hail, A - (A pass from worry) RC
PI
Pet coon, The - (Description) CR, RC
I
Pixy people, The - (Fairies in the woods) CR, RC, S6
I
Preacher’s boy, The - (Naughty boy killed while saving a dog) RC
PI
Prior to Miss Belle's appearance - (Children entertain their
sister's caller) RC
PI
Prospective glimpse, A - (Child plans to marry and have a store)
RC
PI
Raggedy man, The - (in dialect - hired man much admired by
children because he also tells stories to them) CR, CU5, FP, HBV,
MPB, OHBP, OTP, PB2, THBP, TL4
I
Rider of the knee, The - (Baby rides on uncle’s knee) CR, RC
PI
Robin's other name, The - (Child nicknamed robins) RC
PI
Runaway boy, The - (Story of a boy who ran away) CR, MPB
I
Sea-song from the shore, A - (Child wishes for trophies of sea
voyage) CB0V2, GR, GWP, PR, TV, TVSH
PI
She "displains*1 it - (Child explains having two grandmothers) RC
I
Sleeping beauty, A - RC
-389Riley, James Whitcomb (Cont'd)
PI
Some scattering remarks of Bubs -
RC
I
Song - for November - RC
I
Song of yesterday, The - (Memories of youth) RC
PI
Squirt-Gun uncle maked me, The - (Making of a squirt gun) CR, RC
PI
Sudden shower, A - (A thunder shower, for the enjoyment of nature
and baby) CR, GR5, PR, RC, TC5
I
That-air young-un - (Boy drowned)
I
Time of clearer twitterings - (A walk in the woods enjoying
nature and memories) CR, RC
P
To Hattie - on her birthday - (Written in "A child's garden of
verses”) RC
I
Tommy Smith - (-In memory of) RC
PI
Uncle Sidney - (Uncle Sidney says that children are better than
men) RC
I
Uncle Sidney's views - (Children know more than adults) RC
I
Uninterpreted - (Nature) RC
I
Waitin' for the cat to die - (-Inmemory) CR,
I
Way the baby came, The - RC
I
Way the baby slept, The - (Baby died) RC
I
Way the baby woke, The - RC
PI
When early March seems middle May - (Signs of spring) RC
PI
When our baby died - RC
I
When the frost is on the punkin' - (Autumn
DAD, HBV, LC, MPB, OTP
PI
When the world bu'sts through - (What people do in an earthquake)
RC
PI
Whitheraways, The - (Child lonesome for playmates who have sailed
away) RC
I
Who Santy-Claus wuz - CR
RC
RC
is a pleasant time)
Riley, James Whitcomb (Cont’d)
PI
Winter fancies - (inside by the
CR, RC
I
With the current - (Boating) RC
I
Youthful press, The - (Printing
store sheltered from storm)
cards) RC
Risley, Richard Voorhees
I
Dewey in Manila Bay - (Dewey did his duty without fuss) DAD
Rito
PI
Tea flowers - (in the garden on a still day) MPB
Roberts, Cecil
I
Prayer for a pilot - (Air pilot) BBV
Roberts, Charles
P
When the sleepy man comes - ABVC, C0BV1, HBV, MPB, PB2
Roberts, Elizabeth Madox
P
Among the rushes - (Child played Biblical story of Moses) UT
KP
At the water
KP
August night - (Child watches the stars, while waiting for
evening to cool) CR5, UT
P
Autumn - (Child made a political speech to cornstalks while
playing it was election day) UT
P
Autumn fields - (Walk through) UT
P
Babes in the
KP
Beautiful lady, A - (Children watch lady pass on street)
KP
Big brother - (Small children watch brother start for school)
GWP, MPB, UT
KP
Branch, The - (Children stop to wade in the creek) THBP, UT
KP
Butterbean tent, The - (Child makes a tent of the poles for
climbing beans) SUSU, UT
P
Child asleep, A - (Child is frightened of another child asleep)
UT
- (Smells at the creek (branch, brook) ) UT
wood - (From the story) UT
UT
-391Roberts, Eliz» Madox (Cont’d)
P
Child sees the rabbit, The - (While playing hide and seek) N2
P
Christmas morning - (Child’s idea of the Christmas story) MPB,
OHBP, PB2, PCH, SUSU, THBP, UT
PI
Circus, The - (Children watch the parade) GF, MPB, OHBP, THBP,
UT, UTS
P
Cold fear - (From the warm house, inside, child thinks of cold
outside) UT
P
Cornfield, The - (Description of) CD3, HH3, SUSU, UT
PI
Crescent moon - (Children danced when they saw the new moon)
SUSU, UT
P
Dark, The - (Lighted houses seen on a hill) UT
KP
Dick and Will - (Twin brothers) UT
P
Father’s story - (Father’s story hour) MPB, UT
PI
Firefly - CHR5, GC2, GF, NP3, OHBP, SUSU, THBP, UT, UTS
PI
Firefly song - UT
PI
Grandmother, The - (Grandmother sews and tells stories) GWP, MPB,
UT
KPI
Hens, The - CCP, MPB, NA4, OHBP, PB4, S4, SP, SUSU, THBP, TSW,
UT, UTS
PI
Horse - (A dissatisfied horse talks) UT, UTS
P
In Maryland - (Grandmother watched the ships on the river)
KP
In my pillow - (Child tells of her dreams) UT
P
In the night - (Child in bed, frightened by shadows) UT
KP
Little bush - (Child hid under a bush and thought that it spoke
to her) UT
KP
Little rain - (Child crawls under a bush through a shower)
CS2, SUSU, THBP, UT
KP
Little wind, A - (Child feels a breeze and finds it from a
butterfly) UT
KP
Milking time - (A hungry child gets a mug of warm milk) PT, RS,
SUSU, UT, UTS
UT
-392Roberts, Eliz. Madox (Cont'd)
KP
Miss Katie-Marie - (Child’s first visit to Sunday school) UT
P
Mr. Pennybaker at church - (Child interested in bass singer in
church) UT
KP
Mr. Wells - (Mr. Wells comes to church smelling of blacking,
soap, and camphor balls) GWP, THBP, TSW, TT3, UT
KP
Mumps - (Children have mumps) GWP, MPB, UT
KP
My heart - (Child interested in heart beat) UT
P
Number song - (Pigeons flew away in a flock) UT
KP
Numbers - (Child wishes to learn to count all things) UT
KP
On the hill - (Child sees her home from hill) UT
KP
People, The - (Ants under ground, pigeons in air, people between)
UT
P
People going by - (Child watches people go by in the street)
GWP, UT
P
Picnic, The - (Family goes to a neighborhood picnic) RS, UT
P
Pilaster, The - (Child plays at church wall) UT
KP
Pulpit, The - (is the pulpit a house and who lives inside) UT
KP
Rabbit, The - CCP, MPB, PB1, TSW, TT3, UT, UTS
P
Richest woman in the world, The - (Woman has golden tools and
utensils) TWP, UT
PI
Shells in rock - (Shells found while digging for wells and roads)
UT
KP
Sky, The - (Sky seemed very close to child) GF, UT, WP3
KP
Star, The - (Star is very distant) UT
KP
Strange tree, The - (Child frightened by bent shape of old tree)
MPB, SP, TT3, UT
P
Sun and a birch tree, The - (Trees in the rain) UT
KP
Sunday bonnet, The - (The cat had five little kittens in
Grandmother's Sunday bonnet) THBP, UT
PI
Three Dominican nuns - (Wind blew nun’s clothes in shapes like
3's, 2*3 and L ’s) UT
Roberts, Eliz. Madox (Cont'd)
KP
Twins, The - (Twins is short for two-ones) UT
P
Uncle Mells' and the witches tree - (Uncle Mells said that he had
been turned into a horse and ridden by witches) UT
PI
Water noises - (Noises made by rippling water in a quiet spot)
GF, PT, RAR, S4, SP, SS3, TT4, UT
PI
Wolves, The - (Grandmother lived in a remote cabin) UT
KP
Woodpecker, The - (Woodpecker made home in telephone pole) FAS2,
GF, HH3, MPB, OHBP, PB1, THBP
P
Worm,
The - (Children wonder about a worm) FH6, GF, S4, UT, UTS
Roberts, Lloyd
I
Changing year, The -(Descriptions) DAD
Roberts, S. B.
I
Power of man, The - (As expressed in machines) SY
Roberts, Sarah T.
I
Voice of the grass, The - PFEM
Roberts, Theodore Goodridge
I
Maid, The - CBOP, ODP
Robertson, Lexie Dean
I
Gossip - (Words are not always put to lovely uses) MSP
P
Sandstorm - RL2
P
Sun, The - (What the sun is) RL2
Robertson, W. Graham
PI
Glad day - (A day full of many interesting
CBOP
things to do and see)
P
Other side of the sky, The - (Suppose baby
reflected sky) PPAL
fell in pool thru
PI
Ring o'roses - (The rose red setting sun) CBOP
P
Sand castles - CBOP, MPB
P
Snowdrops - (Sun calls snowdrops first) OTP, PPAL
-394Robertson-Glasgow, G.
PI
Christmas guest, A - (it might be the Christ Child) TB
Robinson, Agnes Mary
I
Fireflies - POS
Robinson, Anne
KP
April and May - SUSU
KP
Conversation - (Child tries to talk with animal life) SUSU
KP
Drummer, The - (Child watches rabbit approach) SUSU
I
Gnome, The - (Origin of whip-poor-will) NA.4
PI
To Laddie - (Vftiistle through the day) SUSU
Robinson, Corinne Roosevelt
I
Lincoln - (Lincoln, too, was amartyred saint) OHP
I
To peace, with victory - PAP
Robinson, Edwin Arlington
I
Dark hills, The - (Description of a sunset) LC
I
House on the hill, The - (Empty, but fascinating) MPB, TSW
I
Master, The - (Abraham Lincoln's struggle) H, LC, OHP
I
Sheaves, The - ODP
Robinson, Selma
PI
Gentle name - (Mary) MSP
I
Summer shower - (Flowers in the
sun) MSP
Roche, James Jeffrey
I
Reuben, James - (A brave American dies for a comrade in the war
with Tripoli) STP
Rock, Madeline Caron
I
He is the lonely greatness - (Death of Christ) CH
-395Rodhouse, Mary Elizabeth
PI
Off to the country - (Three fresh air children visiting the
country for a week for the first time) I/C, MW5
I
To a tufted titmouse - (What secret does the titmouse know?) MC
Roehling, Helen
PI
Young darkey in the spring, A - (Meditating about a vain chickadee)
SY
Rogers, Samuel
I
Epitaph on a robin-redbreast, An - ABVC, LC, OTP, PR
I
Wish, A - (A home planned) CBOP, OTP, PEC, RS
Roof, Katharine Metcalf
KP
Summer sky - (Child imagines the clouds are people and wishes he
were riding there) FVYC
Rooney, John Jerome
I
Joined the Blues - (A former confederate general enlisted in the
U. S. Army for Spanish-American War) DAD
I
Men behind the guns, The - (High quality of American marksmanship)
PAP
Roosevelt, Grace Green
PI
Fairies - (Never lose your belief in fairies) SY
Rosas, Jose (Bryant, W. (Tr.)
I
Donkey and the mocking-bird, The - (Donkey could not understand
why people praised mocking-bird that imitated him) STP
I
Elm and the vine, The - (Vine growing on tree became a thing of
beauty) STP
I
Woodman and the sandal tree, The - (It is better to submit to
suffering as the sandalwood did by giving off perfume while
being cut down than to return evil for evil) STP
Roscoe, William
I
Butterfly's ball, The - (The birds, animals and insects attend a
ball) BVC, CBOP, OTP, TB, TV, TVSH
Ross, A. B.
KP
Indignant male, An - (Expects to be scrubbed into nothing) MPB
-396Ross, A. B. (Cont'd)
KP
Two in bed - (Child doubles up in bed) MPB
Ross, Patience Adrian
I
Robin Hood - (Playing Robin Hood) PCH
Rossetti, Christina
KP
All the bells were ringing - (Child cried for broken doll) SSNR
I
All things wait upon thee - (Flowers also bloom for insects and
birds) GN
P
Alphabet, An - (An alphabet with more than one suggestion for
each letter) SSNR
P
Before the paling of the stars - (Christmas story) HBV, SSNR,
TVSH
KP
Birthday gift, A - (Gift for Christ Child's heart) PR
Vtfiat can I give him? -C0BV1
PI
Boatman, The - (Ferry across the river for a penny) PCH
PI
Boats sail on the river - CCP, GR1, MC, NA4, PB2, PCH, PG1, RAR,
RS, SSNR
Bow that bridges heaven, The - C0BV1
Rainbow, The - EC2, GF, N2, PTR2
KP
Bread and milk for breakfast - (Child, well fed and clothed,
feeds the robins) SSN, SSNR
P
Broken doll, The - EC1, MPB, PB1
KP
Brownie, brownie let down your milk -(Child talks
RS, SSNR
KPI
Caterpillar, The - (The life cycle of a butterfly) APA, CHR5,
MPB, PB1, RS, UTS
Brown and furry - SSNR, SUSU
P
Cherry tree, The - (Beauty of cherry blossoms and of cherries)
GC2
I
Child's talk in April - (Child wishes
PI
Chill, A - (Shelter for lambs and birds at
stay indoors) CBOV, PR, TY
Lambkins, The - GR2, PB4
to a cow)
GF,
that he were a wren) GN, OTP
night - mortals
, Christina (Cont'd)
Christmas carol, A - (A child's humble gift to the Christ Child)
FCP, FP, GS, OHP, RGO, T
In the bleak mid-winter - SSNR, SUSU
Christmas day - GS
City mouse and the country mouse, The - (Habits of house mice and
garden mice) CBOV, PCH
City mouse. The - CCP
City mouse and the garden mouse - APA, CFBP, GR2, HBV, OTP,
PB3, PPAL, UTS, TY
City mouse lives in a house - SSNR, SUSU
Clever little Willie - (Playing sailing on the sea) SSNR
Clouds - (Clouds are like white sheep) PCH
Coral - GF
Currants on a bush - (Ned gathers fruit) CCP, SSNR
Daisies - RS
Dancing on the hilltops - (Child is happy playing in the fields
with her lamb) SSNR
Days are clear, The - (Months of spring) RS, SSNR
Dead in the cold - (Children bury a frozen thrush) SSNR
Dear old woman in the lane, The - (Children visit neighbor who
is ill) SSNR
Diamond or a coal, A - (Summer and winter contrast - coal and
diamond contrast) EC2, GC2, PB2, S4, SSNR
Dream love - (Beauty of) CH
Dug and dug amongst the snow - (No flowers in snow or sand can
grow) SSNR
Easter carol, An - (Sing and rejoice) H, MPB, OHP, PCH
Easter Even - DAD
Echo - (A loved one comes back in dreams) CH
Emerald is as green as grass, An - (Jewels hold color but flint
holds fire) SSNR, TY
Eve - (Sorrow of) CH
-398-
Rossetti, Christina (Cont'd)
KP
Ferry me across the water - (Boatman charges a penny) GWP, SSNR,
SUSU
I
Flower folk, The - (Hope, love aid faith compared with flowers)
PG1, PR
P
Fly away, fly away over the sea - (Fly away, swallow, in autumn
and back in spring) SSNR, SUSU
KP
Four pets - (Cat, kitten, dog and baby) CBOV, PPAL
KP
Frisky lamb, A - (Child and lamb play) SSNR
I
Goblin market - (Maiden ate of goblin fruit and nearly died but
her sister saved her) STP
KP
Good advice - (About can't, don't, shan't and won't) CBOV,
PPAL
EC2,
PI
Growing in the vale - (Daffodils) GF, RAR, RS, SSNR
PI
Hear what the mournful linnets say - (Boys destroyed nest) SSNR
PI
Holy innocents
- (Evening prayer) HBV
P
Hop-O-My-Thumb
SSNR
and little Jack Homer - (Boys should not fight)
PI
Hopping frog - (Child resolves not to hurt a frog or toad)
UTS
SSNR,
PI
Horses of the sea, The - (Comparison with horses) GF, RAR,
SUSU, UTS
SSNR,
P
House of cards, A - (Building a house of cards to knock it down)
PCH, SSNR
P
How many seconds in a minute? (Table of time) SSNR
KPI
Hurt no living
thing - APA, LR4, PCH, PFEM, RS, SSNR
P
I am a king -
(Child pretends that he is a king) SSNR
P
I have a little husband - (Wife thinks of husband at
P
I have a poll parrot - (Nonsense - Confusion of names) SSNR
P
If a mouse could fly - (Child wishes to be something else)
KP
If a pig wore a wig - CCP, SSNR
sea) SSNR
SSNR
-399Rossetti, Christina (Cont'd)
P
If all were rain and never sun - (Rainbows come from sun and
rain) SSNR
P
If I were a queen - (If we were king and queen) GWP, SSNR
P
If the moon came from heaven - (What could the moon tell?) N2,
SSNR
P
If the stars dropped out of heaven - (if stars and flowers
changed places) RS, SSNR
P
If the sun could tell us half - (The sun could tell of kindness
and harm to birds) SSNR
P
Is the moon tired - (Lullaby of the moon) SSNR
PI
January cold desolate - (A characteristic of each month) SSNR
P
Kookoorookool Kookoorookoo! - (Rooster announces morning) RS,
SSNR
PI
Lady moon - ("How to tell her age") BVC, PCH
PI
Lesson, A - (Worthwhile things are not gotten in a day) RS
PI
Lily has an air, The - (Each kind of flower has an individualtiy)
SSNR
PI
Linnet in a gilded cage, A - (Linnets enjoy freedom) SSNR, UTS
KP
F.L. Little pussy whitey-toes - (Kitten slept in grandfather's
new hat) SSN
PI
Love came down at Christmas - (Love was a Christmas gift) SSNR
KP
Love me I love you - (Lullaby) SSNR
EPI
Milking time - CBOV, GF, LC, MPB, PB3, PR,
KP
Minnie and Mattie and May - (Three girls spend a day in the
country) RAR, SSNR
Minnie and Mattie - C0BV1, GWP, SUSU
KP
Mix a pancake - BR2, CCP, GF, PB1, RAR,SSNR, SUSU
Pancake, The - PCH
PI
Months, The - (Each month brings its own weather) RS
KP
Mother shake the cherry tree - (Mother shook the tree for a few
cherries) SSNR
TY
-400Rossetti, Christina (Cont'd)
P
Motherless soft lambkin, A - (Child would care for motherless
lamb) RS, SSNR
P
Mother's song, A - (Mother sings to child) N2
KPI
Neighboring - GWP, PCH
KPI
Nesting time - (Of wrens and robins) PCH
I
New Year ditty - (Each year a stretch on the road to heaven) DAD
P
0, lady moon, your horns point toward the east - (Phases of the
moon) SSNR
0, lady moon - PR
PI
0 sailor, come ashore - (Sailor brings gift of coral) GWP, SSNR
P
0 wind where have you been - (Scent of violets carried by wind)
SSNR
PI
0 wind why do you never rest - (Wind brings rain and snow) SSNR
PI
Oh, fair to see - (Cherry trees are lovely, loaded with blossoms
or fruit) GR4, MPB, OHP, RAR
KP
On the grassy banks - (Lambs
P
1 and 1 are 2 - (Number verse) SSNR
KP
Peach tree on the southern wall - (Peaches for all, but the
largest for grandmother) SSNR
P
Peacock has a score of eyes, The - (Nonsense - pun on words) SSNR
KPI
Pin has a head - (Nonsense - puns on words) RS, S, SSNR, T
KP
Playing at bob cherry - (Children play, bobbing for cherries)
SSNR
P
Pocket handkerchief to hem,A
SSNR, SSN, UA2
Stitching - CBOV, PPAL
KP
Postman, The - (Postman brings letters) GF, GWP, PCH, SSN
Eight o'clock - RS, SSNR
KP
Pussy has a whiskered face kitten) SSN, SSNR
PI
Rose has thorns, A - (Holly satisfies) SSNR
play) RAR, SSNR, UTS
- (Child hems a handkerchief) RS,
(Child enjoys pets - cat, dog and
-401Rossetti, Christina (Cont'd)
PI
Rushes in a watery place - (A country scene) SSI©
PI
Seldom "can't'' - (Rule of conduct) SSNR, SSN
PI
Shepherds had an angel, The - (Christ guides child toChristmas
spirit) OHP, SSNR
I
Skylark and nightingale - RS
KP
Sleep my baby - (Lullaby) N1
PI
Snack, A - (Plum buns to eat on awalk)
P
Sparrows - (Chirp of spring)
I
Spring quiet - (Description of a bird shelter) CH
PI
Summer days - (Summer days in the country are thebest
year anywhere) MC, OTP, PR
PI
F.L. Summer nights are short, The - (The songs of lark and
nightingale make time pass quickly) SSNR
KP
Sun and rain - (Rainbows come from
KPI
Swallow, The - CA3, EC2, PB3
P
Swift and sure the swallow - (Swift swallow or slow snail may
get lost) SSNR
PI
There is one that has a head without an eye - (Riddle— needle and
pin) PPAL, SSNR'
PI
There's nothing like the rose - (Rose compared with other
flowers) CBOV, PP04, PR, TC4
Rose, The - PB4
KP
There's snow in the fields - (Child sorry for those less
fortunate) SSNR
PI
Three plum buns - (Two, out walking in the country, stop to eat
plum buns) SSI©
I
To Lalla - (Small child looks at book which he cannot read) SSNR
I
To my first love, my mother - OHP
KP
Toadstool comes up in a night, A - (Comparison of toadstool and
oak) SSI©
I
Twist me a crown - (A crown of windflowers cannot take one far
away; the flowers die) LC
PCH
EC2
time of
both sun and rain) N2, PPAL
-402Rossetti, Christina (Cont'd)
I
Valentine to my mother, A - (F.L. "My blessed mother dozing in
her chair") OHP
KP
Wee wee husband - (Wife asks for money but husband has none
(uses of money) ) SSNR
PI
What do the stars do? - (Stars in their courses) NA5, SSNR, T
KP
What does thebee do - EC2, GRP,
KP
What does the donkey bray about? - (What do animals say when
they talk?) SSNR
KP
What is pink? A rose is pink - (Colors in nature) SSI®, SUSU
Color - RAR
PI
What will you give me for my pound? - (Table of English money)
SSNR
KP
When fishes set umbrellas up - (Nonsense) SSNR
KPI
When the cows come home - (Each living thing hashis habits)
APA, RAR, SSI©, UTS
I©
Where innocent bright-eyed daisies are - (Daisies like stars)
SSNR
P
White hen sitting, A - (Mother hen protects chickens from owl,
hawk and bat) SSN, SSI©
PI
Who has seen the wind? - (Child sees result of wind but never
wind itself) CA3, CCP, CFBP, C0BV1, GR5, HBV, MPB, N2, NA4, M2,
OTP, PB1, PCH, PG1, PPAL, RAR, RR2, SSNR, SUSU, TSW
Wind, The - EC3, GF, RS, TY
P
Wind has such a rainy sound, The - (Will ships sink in the
storm) SSNR
KPI
Winter - (Warm clothes for children and crumbs for robins) PCH
I
Winter rain - (Winter rain brings spring flowers) T, TY
P
Work and play - (Hemming a handkerchief) EC2
PI
Wrens and robins - GF, SSNR
Wrens and robins in a hedge - SUSU
I
Year's windfalls, A - (A description of each month) OTP, PR
I
RR2, RS, SUSU
• Young fir-wood, A - (Growth of a tree) GN
-403-
Rosslyn, Lord of (Frances Robert St. Clair Brskine)
PI
Bed-Time - (Putting baby to bed) CBOV, PR
Rothschild, Howard
PI
Inside out - (Nonsense - a topsy-turvy world) SY
Rounds, Emma
PI
Ballad of the merry ferry, The - (Missing the ferry) MPB, RS
PI
Fire pictures - (Fairy battles) MBP, NS6
PI
Wild home-pussy, The - (Cats should not compete with prima
donnas) RS
Rowland, Eva
KP
Gingerbread man, The - GF
Rowley, William
I
Chase, The - (Following loved one) CH
Ruckert, Friedrich
I
Barbarosa - (Kaiser sleeps under a spell) STP
I
Greediness punished - (Each year sturgeon returned with a new
mate, which the people killed - until they killed both fish, and
had to do without any) STP
At. - Unknown - CLP
Rue, Matthew
I
Hobbies - (Rock collections) CD5
Ruggeri, Agnes O'Gara
I
To the city in the snow - (Beauty of a snow storm) MSP
Russell, Charles Edward
I
Benjamin Harrison - (Harrison's work lives on after his death) DAD
Russell, George William (A. E. pseud)
I
Frolic - (All nature in tune with frolicking children) ODP, OHBP,
THBP
Rutledge , Archibald
I
Lee - (in honor of) FH5
-404Sabin, Edwin
I
Apple-Barrel, The - (Memories of childhood) DAD
I
Easter - (Spring gives faith in resurrection of Christ) DAD, H,
OHP
I
Work - (Work eases sorrow and brings happiness) DAD
Saboly, Nicholas
I
Boots and saddles - (Lame child given ride to see the Christ
Child) OHP
I
Bring a torch, Jeannette, Isabella - (Visiting the Christ Child)
OHP
I
Shepherd boys, The - (Shepherd boys find the Christ Child and
offer gifts) OHP
Sandburg, Carl
I
Again? - EM
I
Baby face - (Moonlight on baby's face) EM
PI
Baby toes - (Discussion of visiting other planets) EM, SUSU
I
Bitter summer thoughts - (All the history of one location seems
ended in the stored grain gathered there) Ell
PI
Buffalo dusk - (Buffaloes and those -who saw them wild, are gone)
EM
PI
Bug spots - (Winter and summer for a bug) EM
PI
Chicago poet - (Looking glass reflection) EM
I
Child moon - (To each child the moon is new) EM
I
Cricket march - EM
PI
Dan - (Pup sleeps in sunny sheltered spot in May) EM
I
Do you want affidavits? - (Fancies and wishes) EM
I
Early moon - (Fancies seen by moonlight) EM
I
Even numbers - (Posture of houses remind Sandburg of people) EM
I
Evening waterfall - (Evening bird songs) EM
I
Fish crier - EM
-405Sandburg, Carl (Cont'd)
PI
Five cent balloons - (Balloon man sells to children) EM
I
Fog - CCP, C05, CR6, GF, GR5, MPB, N4, MA5, RAR, SP, SUSU, TSW,
TT6
PI
Good night - (Different ways to say "Good night")
I
Happiness - (What is happiness?) EM
I
Harvest sunset - CSR5, TSW
I
Helga - (Child is beginning tolearn) EM,
EM
TSW
I
I am Chicago- (History of Chicago) EM
I
Illinois farmer - (Farmer buried where
I
Jazz fantasia - EM
PI
Just before April came - (Early spring) EM
PI
Laughing corn - (Growth of corn) EM
I
Lost - (Boat lost in fog, seeks harbor)
PI
Lumber yard pools at sunset - EM
PI
Manual system - (Telephone girl) EM
I
Maroon with silver frost - (Sunset inautumn)
I
Milk-White moon, put the cows to sleep - EM
I
Monotone - (Beauty of rain, a sunset and a face) GR5, LC
I
Mysterious biography - (Christopher Columbus) EM
PI
New farm tractor - (Tractor takes place of fifteen mules) EM
PI
Hocturn cabbage - (Cabbages seen in the moonlight) EM
I
Pearl cobwebs - (Wind takes cobwebs and moonshine but leaves
steel) EM
PI
People of the eaves, I wish you good morning - (Wrens have
housekeeping trouble) EM
PI
People who must - (Man painted one day on the roof of a skyscraper)
EM
PI
Phizzog - (Your face was given you; not chosen by you) EM
he lived) EM
EM, TT6
EM
-406Sandburg, Carl (Cont'd)
PI
Plunger - (Make the final effort) EM
PI
Potomac town in February - EM
I
Prayers of steel - EM, MPB, JIP6
PI
Primer lesson - (Proud words, once said,cannot be recalled)
EM, PB6, TSW
Proud words - CIIR6, GR6, S6, TT3, WP5
PI
Psalm of those who go forth before daylight - (Workmen) EM
I
Railroad cars are coming, The - (The Pacific Railway) CD4, MPB
PI
Rat riddles - (A rat propounds riddles) EM
I
Sand scribblings - (Marks of time, tide, and wind on sand beach)
EM
I
Sandpipers - (Sandpipers live where plant life cannot)
I
Sea slant - (Ship seen on the horizon) EM
I
Sea-Wash - (The waves repeat the same songs) EM
I
Sketch - (A ward sketch of ships and sea) EM
PI
Sky pieces - (Hats tell about their wearers) EM
I
Sleepyheads - EM
PI
Slippery - (Baby, fresh from tub, is slippery) EM
I
Slow program - (Sunset, background for railroad track)
PI
Small homes - (Bugs live in flowers) EM
PI
Smoke rose gold - (The capitol dome seen
starlight) EM
PI
Soup - (Famous man was seen eating soup)
I
at sunset
EM
EM
and in
EM
Splinter - (The voice of the last cricket in autumn) EM, OHBP,
SUSU, THBP, UTS
I
Spring grass - (A dance for the first grass ofspring)
I
Street window - (Pawn shop) EM
PI
Summer stars - EM
EM
-407Sandburg, Carl (Cont’d)
PI
Sunsets - (Descriptions) EM
I
Trinity peace - (Hamilton and Fulton are buried in the midst of
Wall Street life) EM
PI
Upstairs - (Broken toys in the attic) EM
I
Valley song - (Sunset) EM
PK
Theme in yellow - (Jack-o-lanterns) EM, MPB, PT
I
Washington monument by night - OHP
PI
Weeds - (Hoe throughout summer to clear weeds) EM
I
Wind horses - (Trees advised to fasten roots well as protection
from wind) EM
I
Winter milk - (Baby starts to drink from a cup alone) EM
PI
Winter weather - (Truck drivers stop for a cup of coffee) EM
I
Young sea - (Trying to understand the sea) EM
Sanders, F. G.
KP
June - (The beauties of June) PVYC
Sangster, Margaret Elizabeth
PI
Building of the nest, The - HBV, PTR5
I
Hew year, A - (Each new year offers opportunity) DAD
I
Song for our flag, A - PP06
I
Vacation time - (School equipment enjoys vacation) DAD
I
Washington’s Birthday - (The nation remembers George Washington'
birthday) H, TC4
I
Yfliittier - (Whittier never seemed old) DAD
Sarett, Lew
PI
Brittle world - (After a sleet storm) MSP
I
Four little foxes - (The struggle of four young foxes who lost
their mother) GR6, TL6
P
Indian chief song - (Lullaby) CD2
-408Sarett, Lew (Cont’d)
PI
Reflection - (Hold beauty) MSP
I
Sheepherder, The - GWP
p
Six little sheep - (What to do when confronted with mouse) EG4
PI
Weeng - (An Indian slumber song) GWP
I
Wind in the pine - (Prayer) LC
Sargent, Epes
P
Deeds of kindness - OTP
I
Life on the ocean wave, A - (Song of sea-faring life) GN, PEC
I
Webster - (Webster is dead and can serve no more with his rare
gifts) DAD
Sargent, H. F.
I
Land of dreams, The - (Everything pleasant in dreamland) POS
Sargent, William
I
Barnswallow, The - (A home for man and bird) RS
Sargent, William D.
I
Head hunter, The - (Hunting elephants) CD6
PI
Wind-wolves - (The wind howls like wolves) MPB, UTS
Sassoon, Siegfried
I
Dug-Out, The - (Soldier, asleep in candlelight, looks dead)
CH, OHP
Saunders , Mary Wight
PI
Remembering day - (Armistice Day) EG4, II
Savage, Minot J.
I
Decorating the soldiers' graves - (The brave dead inspire the
living) OHP
Savage, Philip H.
I
Late winter - (Promise of spring) PCH
P
Winter - TY
-409
Sawyer, Ruth
I
Feast O'Stephen - (Be kind to all in memory of Christ) OHP
p
February - (Frosty days) FAS2
Saxe, John Godfrey
PI
Blind men and the elephant, The - (To express positive opinions
when one knows little about a subject makes one ridiculous)
D, EC6, FP, GR6, OTP, PB4, PP04, PP05, TC, TVSH
I
How Cyrus laid the cable - (Cyrus West Field laid the Atlantic
cable against great odds) BR5, DAD
I
King Solomon and the bees - (Bees help the king tell true flowers
from artificial) OTP, PP04, STP
Solomon and the bees - GN
PI
Peasant truth - (A peasant who always told the truth) PP03
I
Their neighbors faults - (The faults of others are more noticeable
than one's own) GR6
I
Two church-builders, The - (King had a church built for the honor
it would bring him; a widow helped for love of God) STP
Schaeffer, Amy
I
Robert E, Lee - (Description) CHR5
P
Water sprinkler, The - (Came down the street and sprinkled
children's feet) CHR4
Schiller , Johann Christoph Friedrich
PI
Rainbow - a riddle, The - (Of what is a rainbow made?) TY
Schlichter, Norman C.
P
Travel time - (For birds) IUI3
Schneckehburger, Max
I
Watch on the Rhine, The - PG2
Schuler, Mabel
I
Foreign dolls - CD5
Schultz, Lillian
KPI
Fuzzy wuzzy, creepy crawly - (Life cycle of a butterfly) SUSU
-410Schwarz, Sylvia
PI
Puppy-clock, The - (Puppy knows when to expect master) NA4
P
Surpise, The - (A daffodil; under the leaves) GC2
Scollard, Clinton
PI
Archer, The - (Playing in the woods in spring) GWP
I
At the tomb of Washington - OHP
P
Bluejay, The - TT4
PI
Butterfly, The - GF
PI
Daffodil time - (Spring is in the air) MC
KP
Ducks - (Ducks wear "waterproofs") MC
I
For our dead - (Love and honor for our soldier dead) H
P
Fraidie cat - (PPOS)
I
I love all out of doors - EG5
KPI
Kris Kringle - GWP
I
Man, A - (Description of a hero and an American) OHP
I
On a bust of Lincoln - (Fame of Lincoln will outlive busts
bronze and marble) OHP
I
On the eve of Bunker Hill - DAD
PI
Out in the wood - (Miracle of spring) MSP
PI
Rain riders - (Rain on the roof) GWP
I
Song for Memorial Day - OHP
PI
Sunflowers - (Follow the sun) MPB
KPI
Swimming - (Child would like to be a duck because ducks are
allowed to swim as long as they like) GF, MPB, PB1, UTS
I
We must wake and work - (Work with the sun) EG4
P
Whispers - (Trees) EG4
I
Woodland whispers - (-of the trees and wind) EG6
Scott, Alexander
I
Lament, A - CH
-411Scott, Frederick George
I
Requiescant - (Prayer for dead soldiers) OHP
Scott, G. Forrester
PI
Star-Fancy for a child, A - (The Scorpion and Orion watch our
gardens) ABVC
Scott, Nancy Bockius
PI
Little gopher man, The - (Gopher builds house in garden) PCH
Scott, Walter
I
Alice Brand - (Alice Brand ran away with the man she loved and
released her brother from a fairy spell) BPB, HBV, STB, TVSH
I
Allen-A-Dale - (A gallant Scotch lad) BFV, BPB, C0BV3, CSBP, LC,
TVSH
I
Boat song - LC
I
Bonnie Dundee - (A Scottish chief calls his followers to war)
CSBP, OTP, T
Bonnets 0*Bonnie Dundee, The - C0BV3
I
Border ballad - (A rallying song of Scotland) GN, GS, LC, T
I
Breathes there the man? - (Men without a country is poor indeed)
BBV, CTBP, HBV, PP06, PTR6
Love of country - EC5, L6, S6,
Love of fatherland - GS, TVSH
% native land - FH6, GN, ODP, OTP, TY
I
Cavalier, The - (Off to fight for England) BPB, T, TVSH
I
Christmas - (F.L. "Heap on more wood! - the wind is chill")
POS
Christmas in England - GN
Christmas in the olden time - OTP
Old Christmas tide - MPB
Old English Christmas, The - BVC
I
County Guy - (Evening) BFV, BPB, LC
I
Erl-King, The - (The erl-king stole the child held in hisfather’s
arms) STB
I
Eve of St. John, The - (Ghose of murdered knight returned to his
lady) BPB, STB
PCH,
, Walter (Cont’d)
Hie away, hie away - (A song to called greyhounds when they were
to go hunting) BFP, GS, MPB, ODP, OTP, PCH, PPOT, PR, RAR, TY
Hunting song - (Calling people to the hunt) BFV, BPB, CBOP,
C0BV3, CSBP, EC5, FP, GN, GS, LC, OTP, PTR5, RGO, S6, T, WP6
Waken lords and ladies gay - BFP, PP06
Two hunting songs - ABVC
Jock O ’Hazeldean - (The lady loved Jock of Hazeldean) BFV, BPB,
CTBP, GN, GS, LC, OTP, PB6, PP06, T
Knight’s toast. The - (-To his mother) BR6, N6, STP
Lighthouse, The - LC, PCH,
TY
Lichinvar - (Lochinvar steals his fair bride) BBV, BVC, CB, CBOP,
CSBP, GN, GS, LC, PB6, PEC, PP06, STB, TVSH
Young Lochinvar - BFV, BPB, HBV, RGO, T, TY
Lucy Ashton's song - (Feel nothing and live easily) BPB
Lullaby of an infant chief - BVC, CSBP, GS, LC, MPB, OTP, PB3, PCH,
PR, TB, TC5, TV
Cradle song - CBOP
Oh, hush thee my baby - CBOV, T
Nora's vow - (A maiden breaks her vow not to wed) BFV, BPB, GS
On a thunderstorm - PP06
Outlaw, The - (A Scottish outlaw tells about the life he lives)
BPB, CTBP
Palmer, The - (Asks for shelter in vain) OTP
Parting of Douglas and Marmion - (Marmion, an English messenger,
has been a guest of Douglas, a Scotchman) PP06
Pibroch of Donuil (or Donald) Dhu - (Gathering song of a Scottish
clan) LC, ODP, PAD, TVSH
Gathering song of Donald Dhu - BPB, GN, GS, PEC, RGO
Rebecca's hymn - PC2
Rosabelle (A minstrel's story) - (The sad fate of Lady Rosabelle)
BFV, BPB, OTP, PB6
St. Swithin's chair - (Hallowe'en spell) BPB
Shepherd in winter, The - OTP
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I
Soldier, Resti - CBOP, DAD, H, HBV, GN, GS, PP06, T
I
Song: "Ah, County Guy, the hour is nigh") - (Evening has come
but where is he?) CH
County Guy - BPB
I
Spindle song - (Song of a gypsy spinner at the birth of a son at
the castle) PP06
I
Summer - (A summer morning in Scotland) POS
I
Sun upon the Weirdlaw Hill, The - (Sunset in Scotland) BPB
I
Think for thyself - PP06, TC6
I
'Tis merry in Greenwood - (Trees in May) OHP, MPB
I
Twist ye, twine ye - (Threads of life weave through pleasures
and sorrows) BPB
I
Weary lot is thine, fair maid, A - (Farewell of a soldier) BPB, I
Scott, William Bell
I
Witches’ ballad, The - CH
Seott-Gatty, A. S.
KPI
Three little pigs, The - (Three little pigs who tried to say
something they couldn't say) BVC
Scott-Hopper, Queenie
PI
Railway tunnel, The - (Riding on a train thru a tunnel) TV, TVSH
PI
Very nearly - (Child nearly sees fairy, mermaids and goblin)
MPB, PB3, PP03, RAR, TV, TVSH
P
What the thrush says - (An invitation to see eggs in the nest)
GC3
S., E.
KP
Mother's Day - SY
Sears, Edmund Hamilton
PI
Christmas carol - (F.L. "It came upon the midnight clesir") HBV
It came upon the midnight clear - PCH
-414Seegmiller, Wilhelmina
KP
Adventure, An. - (Child enjoys organ man but has no penny for
monkey) NGV
KP
After the rain - (Child skips rope after the shower) NGV
P
All the year around - (Description of each season) NGV
KP
Ariminta - (Arabella went into town without dressing her doll)
NGV
PI
Autumn jewels - (Autumn colors remind one of jewels) NGV
P
Awake - (Nature calls in the morning) NGV
KP
Bear hugs - (Comparison -
KP
Bedtime - (Child tries to
KP
Beechnuts - (Beechnuts fall after a frost) NGV
KP
Best time, The - (Being tucked into bed) NGV
KP
Bird's song, The - (Robin sang, "The world was made for me")
NGV
KP
Bonnet, A - (Child
dresses doll, using own bonnet) NGV
KP
Butterfly - (Child
tries in vain to catch butterfly) NGV
KPI
Chickadee sings thru winter) NGV
KP
Christmas lights -
PI
Christmas tree, The - (Fir trees grow to be Christmas trees) NGV
KP
Circus, A - (Child held a circus with pets) NGV
PI
Conumdrum, A - (Sparrow has feather muff for feet) NGV
KP
Cookies - (Cookies made with egg candies are best) NGV
KP
Cucumber vines - (Fruits of) NGV
KP
Daffodil, A - (Description) NGV
PI
December - (Beauty of evergreens) NGV
KP
Do the fishes know? - (Do fishes know when it is night and
morning) NGV
KP
Dolly styles - (Style of hair) NGV
live bears - teddy bears) NGV
stay awake to watch daybreak) NGV
(Candles burn in memory of Christinas star) NGV
-415Seegmiller, Wilhelmina (Cont'd)
KP
Dolly's hair - (Child combs doll's hair) NGV
KP
Don't you? - (Child likes to blow bubbles) NGV
KP
Dreams - (Dreams from a tree) NGV
KP
Early in the morning - (Signs are for those who can read) NGV
PI
Fall gardens - (Riot of color) NGV
KP
Flower riddle, A - (Description of dandelion) NGV
PI
Flying south - (Sparrows stays north all winter) NGV
KP
Footprints in the sand -
KP
Frosting - (Outdoor life covered with frost, looks like birthday
cakes) NGV
KP
Garden company - (Garden would be a good place for fairies) NGV
KP
Good appetite, A - (Child has wild and domestic animal-crackers)
NGV
KP
Good cheer - (Child likes to be where action is) NGV
KP
Good-By - (Summer has gone) NGV
KP
Great man, A - (Child undecided about grown-up-career) NGV
KP
Happy day, A - (Playing out of doors in summer) NGV
KP
Hearts - (Dicentra (bleeding heart) has a string of hearts) NGV
P
Himming bee, A - NGV, PB1
KP
HushJ HushJ HushJ - (Time for cuckoo clock to strike noon) NGV
KP
I like to grow both good and wise - (Child recites his "likes")
NGV
KP
I wonder - (Where does the tide go?)
KP
If - (Child would tell a story if he knewone) NGV
PI
In my grandmither*s garden - (Flowers in grandmother's garden)
KPI
In the rail-fence corners - (Flowers chat together) NGV
KP
Jolly October - (Beauties of) NGV
KP
Justice - (Bears eat boys - Boys eat candybears)
(Wave washed out footprints) NGV
NGV
NGV
NGV
-416Seegmiller, Wilhelmina (Cont'd)
KP
Lady bird - (Comparison - English and American nursery rhymes)
NGV
KP
Lady bug - (Child tells lady bug to go home) NGV
P
Lady wind - (Wind rocks birds to sleep) NGV
P
Little seed, A - (Life cycle from seed to vine) NGV, PB1
KP
Little star - (Child talks to first star) NGV
KP
Long road,
P
Merry bee - (Honey bees in the g arden) NGV
KP
Milkweed seeds - (The wind blows milkweed seed) NGV
KP
Miss Tippy Toes - (Sunshine) NGV
PI
Mistake, A
NGV
KP
Mornings - (Mother calls child) NGV
KP
My shadow - (Child enjoys playing with shadow) NGV
KP
New doll, The - NGV
KP
New moon, The - (Phases of moon) NGV
PI
November - (Beauties of) NGV
KP
Nursery friends - (Child likes doll best of all toys)
PI
0 singing wind - (Child watches as the wind blows) NGV
KP
A - (Child would like to follow road)NGV
- (TJhy not a proverb - "Late to bedand
late to rise"?)
NGV
Old doll, The - (Child loves old delapidated doll best) MPB, NGV,
PB2
KP
On the beach - (Child watched crabs) NGV
KP
One day I went walking - (Sees bumblebee and butterfly playing
together like little children) NGV, PB1
KP
One misty, moisty morning - (Bird wishes for sunshine) NGV
KP
Over Night - (Garden changes overnight) NGV
PI
Pictures - (Pictures for an artist to draw) NGV, PB3
KP
Polka-Dot dress, A - (Giraffe wears polka dots) NGV
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p
Possessions - (Tree possessions; pines-needles, etc.) NGV
KP
Practicing - (Child wishes he were a bird, he would not need to
practice music lesson) NGV
KP
Prayers - (Morning and evening prayers) NGV
KP
Queer little boy, A - (Foreign children think us queer) NGV
KP
Queries - (How do things of nature keep warm in winter?) NGV
KP
Rain, rain, rain - (Child talks to rain) NGV
P
Rain-Wet pavements - (Trees, clouds, birds and friends are
reflected in rain-wet pavements) NGV, PB2
KP
Recipe, A - (Recipe for mud pie) NGV
KP
Red, blue and gold - (Colors in nature) NGV
KP
Redbreast in the cherry tree - (Child fears robin will eat all
the cherries) NGV
P
Robin - (Robi;
KP
Robin’s song, The - (Robin sings in early morning, "Get up") NGV
P
Rough voyage, A - (Moon and star, boats sailing in clouds and
sometimes swallowed by them) NGV
KP
Sand pictures - (Wave washed out pictures in sand) NGV
P
Schools for fish - NGV, PB1
KP
Sea shell, A - (Child listens to shell) NGV
KP
Seven little chicks - (Mother and little chickens talk) C0BV1, NGV
KP
Sight seeing - (Some vines grow high so they can see farther) NGV
PI
Singing shell. The - (Sea shell sings trees song) NGV
KP
Six o'clock - (Child wakens before stars are gone) NGV
PI
Snow, The - (Beauty of) NGV
P
Spider web, A - (A spider web in the morning glory vine) NGV
P
Spring - (Signs of spring) NGV
KP
Spring has come, The - (Spring, robins and apple blossoms) NGV
calls people in the morning) NGV
-418Seegmiller, Wilhelmina (Cont'd)
KP
Summer time - (Morning glories and hollyhocks) NGV
PI
Sunshiny flowers - (Spring showers) NGV
KP
Talcing stock - (Boy looks at pocket contents) NGV
KP
Tales - (Older child tells scary stories) NGV
KP
Tell me little paper cat - (Paper dolls are harmless)
KP
There was a little robin - C0BV1
KP
Thistle seed - (The wind blows thistle seed) NGV
KP
To a bee - (Child asks for songs from bee) NGV
PI
To foreign lands - (Ships sail to foreign lands) NGV
KP
Tree windows - (Child sits in a tree and enjoys the
KP
Twink! Twinki - (Child tries to make a picture of a firefly)
GC2, NGV
KP
Twinkle, twinkle, little star - (Child watches star
KP
Twinkling bugs - (Fireflies can be seen only at night) NGV
KP
Unequal - (Boys have thirteen pockets to girl's none)
KP
Vanishing point, The - (Child watched man walk until he disappeared,
so does not care to walk that way) NGV
PI
Walking - (Comparison - youth and
PI
Weeds - (Beauty of weeds) NGV
KPI
What I like -
PI
When Jack Frost paints the window
P
Where away - (Where is summer gone and -when did autumn come?) NGV
P
Where do the white caps go? - (Do whitecaps go to sleep) NGV
KP
Where we get our bread - (Farmer, baker, mother get bread ready
for children) NGV
KP
Why? - (Why do fish like to be wet and birds like to be dry?) NGV
KP
Windfall, A - (Child likes windfall
NGV
view) NGV
from bed) NGV
NGV
age) NGV
(Sights by the seashore) COBS, NGV, PB3
pane - NGV
apples) NGV
Seegmiller, Wilhelmina (Cont’d)
PI
Windy man, The - (Wind likened to a man) NGV
KPI
Winter birds - NGV
PI
Winter green t hings growing - NGV
P
Winter trees - (Thoughts of) NGV
PI
Wise man, A - (Wise man chanted, "I can") NGV
P
Wish star, The - (Thoughts of) NGV
KP
World is mine, The - (Child feels rich in enjoyment of nature)
NGV
PI
Yo-IIo - (Sailor lad sings of sailor’s life) NGV
Seitz, Don C.
I
Night at Gettysburg - (The old soldiers rally) OHP
Service, Robert W.
I
Wonderer, The - (Dozens of unanswered questions about the
BBV, N4
world)
Setoun, Gabriel
PI
Happy as a king - (Song of a happy cobbler) TVSH
KP
Hiding - (Hiding from father at tea time) GS
PI
How the flowers grow - CFBP, MPB, N3, PB3, PFEM
I
Jack Frost - (Frost pictures on window panes) BVC, CFBP, FP, GF,
GS, HBV, MPB, OTP, PB3, PFEM, PP03, RAR
P
Mystery, A - (How do plants living in dirt, keep clean) PPAL
KP
Rain in spring - (Gentle rain) PPAL
I
Romance - (A beautiful phantom ship sailed close, then away)
CCP, CFBP, C0BV2, OTP, PB4, PR, TL5
Ship, The - C0BV1
KP
Wind’s song, The - (Does the wind tell of father’s safevoayge?)
HBV, OTP, PPAL
PI
World's music, The - (All day the world makes music) BVC, CHR4,
C0BV2, GR5, GS, H, HBV, MPB, N2, OTP, PB5, PP03, PR, RAR, TC4,
TV, TVSH
Sewell, Juliana Horatia
I
Young English gentlemen, The - (Description of an English
gentleman of twelve years) ABVC
PI
Young primrose gatherers, The - (Children take a walk in spring)
ABVC
Shaoklett, Mildred D.
PI
Autumn gloves - (Walnuts) GF
PI
Autumn train - (Autumn offers harvest crops) GF
IP
Belonging to summer - (Summer is a busy time) GF
PI
Broadcasting - (A thunderstorm broadcast from the sky) GF
PI
Deep in the woods - (A secret place) GF
PI
Four kinds of wading - (Each season brings
wading) GF
PI
Golden tacks - (A crapet of dandelions) GF
PI
Movies in the fire - GF
KPI
Mud cakes - (A good recipe) GF
PI
Sometimes wish, A - (Wishing to be a bird to roam the world) GF
PI
Swing ship, The - (Swing is an airship) GF
PI
Winter feathers - (Snow) GF
PI
Winter treats - (Jack Frost serves refreshments) GF
itsown type of
Shakespeare, William
I
Blow, blow, thou winter wind - (The winter is not as bitter as
man's ingratitude) - CH, HBV, OTP, POS, RGO, TVSH
Ingratitude - BBV, EC5, PEC
PI
Come buy - (The clothing peddler) GWP
I
Come unto these yellow sands - (Fairiesdancing
CBOP, CH, GN, OTP, PCH, T
I
Daffodils - MPB
I
Fairies arrival, The - (Fairies at night) CBOP
Approach of the fairies - LC
Now the hungry lion roars - CH
at day break)
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I
Fairy lullaby - (Fairies sing fairy queen to sleep) RS
Lullaby for Titania - BFV, C0BV3, CTBP, GN, GS, LC, PG2
You spotted snakes - CBOP, OTP, RGO, T, TY
I
Full fathom five - (Sea nymphs toll the death bell for a
sailor) CFBP, FP, GN, OTP
Sea dirge, A - ABVC, BFV, BPB, CBOP, PG2, T
I
Good name - (Keep your good name) PB4, PP05
I
Gracious time - (Spirits, fairies and witches are powerless at
Christmas time) GN
I
Hark! Hark!
C0BV2, GS,
Morning
Morning
I
Nativity, The - (Spirits of evil have no power at Christmas time)
DAD
I
Oberon and Titania to the fairy train - (Fairy work) GN
I
Orpheus with his l\ite - (A Greek myth - Orpheus, a wonderful
musician; the inventor of the lute) BPB, GN, GS, PG2, PP06, TC6,
WP5
I
Puck and the fairy queen - (Fairy brings the dew) GN, PG2, POS
Fairy land - GBV, GN
Fairy songs - HBV
Fairy's wander song - RS
Over hill, over dale - CBOP, C0BV3, ODP, PAD, T
Puck's song - BFP, RAR, TB
Song of the fairy - LC, PB3, PCH, TY
I
Queen Mab - (Travels of) LC, MPB, OTP
I
Song - (A song for St. Valentine's day) H
PI
Song - (Valentine verse) MPB
I
Titania's bower - (A fairy bower) PCH
I
Under the greenwood tree - BBV, BFP, CH, C0BV2, CSBP, FH6, GN, GR4,
GS, HBV, MPB, ODP, OHP, OTP, PCH, PFEM, PG2, PP03, PTR5, RGO, S6
Greenwood tree, The - RS, TY
Song: The greenwood tree - LC
Song: Under the greenwood tree - BFV, DAD, T
I
Violet bank, A - (Description of a flower covered bank) POS, PR
the lark - (A pean to sunrise) BFP, BFV, CH,
N5, OTP
- LC
song, A - GN, PCH, T, TY
dead
CFBP,
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I
When icicles hang by the wall - (Owl calls through winter) BBV,
GN, GS, OTP, POS
Tu-whit to-who - CH
Winter - BPB, DAD, LC, MPB, PCH, RGO, T
Winter song, A - BVC, CSBP
I
Where the bee sucks - (Fairy's life) BFP, BPB, CBOP, CH, GN,
MPB, OTP, T, THBP, UTS
Ariel's song - CBOV, ODP, PCH, RAR, TB, TY
Fairy song - BFV, HBV, RS
PI
Will you buy any tape? - (The dry goods peddlar) GWP
Shane, Elizabeth
KPI
Hush song - (Irish lullaby of fisherman families) MSP
Shanks, Edward
I
Boats at night - (Heard in the bay) CH
Shannon, Monica
PI
Could it have been a shadow? - (The shadow of a leprechaun) GWP
PI
Only my opinion - (Does a caterpillar giggle as he wiggles?)
MPB
I
Three old cattlemen - GWP
PI
Tree toad, The - (Habits of) MPB
KPI
Uncle Frank - (Who works in a bank) GWP
Sharp, William
I
Autumnal evening, An - GBV
PI
Field mouse, The - GBV, ODP
I
Sleep - (Peaceful night) GBV
I
Wasp, The - PCH
Shatto, Ralph DeHaven
I
Cries of steel - (in a steel mill) SY
Shaw, David T.
I
Columbia the gem of the ocean - CTBP
Shaw, Frances
I
Who loves the rain? - (A quiet, home-loving person) MPB, SP
Sheldon, Fredrick
I
Belted Will - (Belted Will swore to get the
but the Baron escaped in the devil) STB
Baron of Thirwall,
Sheldon, Gilbert
I
St. Anthony's township - (Changes wrought by time) CH
Shelley, Percy Bysshe
I
Autumn - (A dirge for autumn) CH, LC, OTP
I
Cloud, The - (The clouds bring different weather) BFP, C0BV3,
EC6, GN, LC, MPB, NA.6, ODP, OTP, PCH, POS, RAR, RGO, RS, T, TY
I
Evening - (A dry evening) POS
I
Fugitives, The - (Fugitives from the storm)
I
Garden, A - (Of many beautiful flowers) OTP
I
Invitation
I
Magic car moved on, The - (Ride of a fairy
I
Moon, The - (The full moon) T
I
Ozymandias of Egypt - BFP, CH, HBV,
I
Passage of the Apennines - TY
I
Sensitive plant, The - (Flowers in the garden)
POS
I
Song of Prosperine - (While gathering flowers)
ODP
I
Summer and winter - (Summer is cheerful while winter is drear)
POS
I
Sunrise - (Description) POS
I
Two spirits, The - (Fear and adventure) CH
I
Waning moon, The - (Like a dying lady) CH
I
West wind, The - (A prophecy of spring) PCH
I
Widow bird, The - CH, CTBP, LC, MPB
I
World's wanderers, The - (Where do the moon, stars and wind rest?)
POS
PCH
to Jane, The - (Come and enjoy the
day) CH
queen) GN
PEC
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I
Kid, The - OTP
I
Shepherd's home, The - (Setting of) GN, LC
Shepard, Morgan (Pseud. Martin, John
KP
Big black bear - (Child tries to imitate a bear on a ball)
CU2, HH2, PB2
PI
Boy like you, A - (An immigrant boys desire to be an American)
PB2
PI
Dash away - (Riding on a dolphin drawn by sea horses) PB5
KP
Hen, The - (Mother hen hatches her brood) PB1
P
If I were little as a bee - (An imaginative ride on a bee) PB3
PI
Lion's eyes, The - (Child imagines things a lion is thinking
about) PB2
PI
Organ grinder, The - PB4
P
Toad and the rabbit, The - (Toad and rabbit taunt each other
about personal appearance) CU3, PB1
Shepherd, Eli
I
To a cricket - (Memories of summer, plans for winter) POS
Shepherd, N. G.
I
Roll-Call - (After the battle) BBV, OHP, TL5
Sheridan, Richard Brinsley
PI
Months, The - (Typical weather of each month) PCH, TY
Sherman, Frank Dempster
I
Anemone - (Sun carves anemone of snow to welcome spring) LFL
I
April - (Changeable weather made bird sing "April fool") LFL
PI
Archer, The - (Rainbow promises that storm is over) LFL
I
August - (Description) LFL
KPI
Bees - (Bees sting) BR4, LFL, PPAL
I
Bird's musio - (Birds take singing lessons) LFL
-425Sherman, Frank Dempster (Cont'd)
PI
Blossoms - (Blossoms on trees look like butterflies and are gone
with the rain) LFL
P
Canary, The - (Canary contented) LFL
PI
Cherries - (Cherries - from blossom to fruit) LFL
P
Christmas cat, The - (Cat puzzled by toy cat left by Santa, but
it was a favorite with child) LFL
PI
Clouds - (The clouds are like sheep, driven
boy) LFL, PR, RAR
KP
Daisies - (The moonlady gathers the star daisies and drops them
in our meadows) CCP, CFBP, LFL, RAR, TV
I
December - (Snow and Christmas) LFL
KP
Dewdrop, A - (is a dewdrop a star?) BR2, LFL,PPAL
PI
Dreams - (Strangeness of) LFL
P
Elfin lamps - (Are stars lamps for fairies and elves) LFL
P
Fairies dance, The - (Saw signs of a fairy dance but did not see
the fairies) LFL
PI
Fairy jewels - (Moon is fairy boat from which dew gems are
dropped) CSR3, LFL
PI
Fairy shipwreck - (Found - what might have been a fairy boat)
BR6, CSR3, LFL, SS6
PI
Fairy story, A - (Fairy heard brook dream of being part of ocean
and later saw dream realized) LFL
PI
February - (Shortest month
P
Flying kite - (Child wishes to fly like a kite) BR4, GR3, LFL,
RR3
PI
Four winds, The - (The work of the wind) BR3, LFL, PFEM, TV, TY
P
Funny fellow, A - (The wind) LFL
P
Ghost fairies - (Fairies seen in the fire of the fireplace)
C0BV3, LFL
PI
Goldenrod - (Goldenrod are the torches lighting the evening of
the year) BR3, C0BV2, LFL, NA5
by the wind, a shepherd
has valentine's day) LFL, PCH
-426Sherman, Frank Dempster (Cont'd)
P
Hide-and-Seek - (Snow hides flowers and brooks from winter but
spring finds them) LFL, PFEM
PI
Humming-Bird song - (Humming-bird is silent as he works) LFL
PI
In the meadow - (imaginary battle in the clover meadow) LFL, PFEM
P
In the orchard - (Robin sings in cherry tree) LFL
I
January - (Moods of, to explain name of) LFL
PI
Jester bee - (The bee plays with the flowers) LFL, UTS
PI
Juggler, The - (April changes snowflakes to buds and leaves) LFL
I
July - (Beauty
I
June - (Beauty and joyof) LFL
PI
King Bell - (Story of Ding and Dong, sons of King Bell) BR4, LFL
I
Kriss Kringle - LFL
P
Leaves at play - (Leaves play in the wind)LFL
P
Lullaby - (Fairies are singing
I
March - (March announces spring) LFL
PI
May - (Wondersof month of
I
May-Children - (Plant life fast in winter's dungeon but freed by
April rains) LFL
I
November - (Evenings by the fireplace) LFL
PI
October - (Leaves are gone but
Hallowe'en comes) LFL
PI
Pebbles - (Pebbles made smooth
BR6, LFL, PFEM, TY
and beautiful by patient brook)
P
Rain-Harp, The - (Melody and
I
Rainbow, The - (Description) LFL
P
Real Santa Claus, A - (Child hangs a stocking for himself and
another for a less fortunate friend) GWP, LFL
PI
Robin's apology - (Robin late because of late season) LFL
PI
Rose's cup, The - (Rose drank from a buttercup) LFL
of and July 4th) LFL
the birds to sleep) LFL
May) LFL, PG2, PR
dancing of rain) LFL
-427Sherman, Frank Dempster (Cont’d)
I
September - (Preparation for autumn) LFL
P
Shadow children - (Shadows play under the tree when the
shines) LFL
PI
Shadow pictures - LFL, T
PI
Shadows, The - (Shadows of children) BR4, LFL, PP03
P
Smiles and tears - (Sun is like a child) LFL
PI
Snow song - (Wind, shepherd boy calling snow, like sheep)
I
Snow weaver, The - (While the snow makes a blanket, he sings to
the flowers of spring) LFL
PI
Snow-bird, The - CD2, FAS3, LFL, PT, UTS, TY
PI
Snowflakes - (Cover the out-of-doors) LFL
I
Soldiers of the sun - (Force darkness to retreat west) LFL
PI
Song for winter - (Winter outdoor fun) LFL
P
Spinning top - (Child spins until he is dizzy) GF, GR2, LFL
I
Spring's coming - (Description) LFL
I
Story of Omar, The - (Story of Omar, the poet) LFL
P
Story teller, The - (Children listen to a story) LFL
PI
Vacation song - (Freedom to play out-of-doors duringsummer
vacation) LFL
PI
Waterfall, The - (Elves play in a waterfall and pool) LFL, PR
PI
Winter's acrobats - (Snow capers bring fun to children) LFL
PI
Wizard frost - (Frost pictures on a window pane) LFL
Sherwood, Kate Brownlee
I
First crocus, The - (Crocus announces spring) POS
I
We keep Memorial Day - H
Shiko
PI
Lilies - (Lilies look like white clouds) SUSU
sun
LFL
-428Shippey, Lee
I
Engineers - (Accomplishments of) FAS5
Shirk, Jeanette C.
KPI
Clock shop, The - GF
Shorey, George H.
KP
Bubbles - (Bubbles are fairy castles) PCH
Shorter, Dora Sigerson
I
Comforters, The - (Wind and rain) CH
PI
Piper on the hill, The - (The wind pipes different tunes) HBV,
NS5, OTP
Shriffrin, A. B. pseud.
See Christopher, Robin
Sidgwick, Frank
I
Christmas legend, A - (God Pan visited the Christ Child) OHP
Sigourney, Lydia H.
I
Camel's nose, The - (Camel wanted to warm only his nose but drove
man out of his tent - ill deeds will likewise drive out
conscience) OTP, PR
I
Columbus - (Columbus presents his petition at Court of Spain but
is refused) DAD, II, OTP
PI
I must not tease my mother - OTP
I
Indian names - (Indians may have passed, but we use Indian names
for many waters) MPB
I
Indian's welcome to the Pilgrim Fathers, The - (Indians were
deprived of their country) DAD
Sill, Edward Rowland
I
Opportunity - (The King's son won a battle) BBV, CTBP, FH6, GN,
GR6, ODP, STP, T, TSW
Simms, Evelyn
I
Bridge builders - (Men who build bridges to the future - FH6,
RLS6
I
Song in March - (March blows away winter) DAD, POS
-429Simms, William Gilmore (Cont'd)
I
Swamp fox, The - (Revolutionary War poem.
by Marion's men) CZ6, DAD, PP05
The hardships endured
Simpson, Mabel
PI
Memorial to St. Francis - (Feeding birds in winter) ODP
Sipe, Muriel
KP
Good-Morning - (Child bids a duck, a mouse, a dog and a bird
"Good morning" and each replies) SUSU
Sitwell, Edith
I
"The King of China's daughter" - CH
PI
Variations on an old nursery rhyme - CCP, TSW
Sitwell, Sacheverell
I
Dandelions - RS
Sjolander, John P.
I
Dusk of the south, The - PP05
Skelton, John
I
In praise of Isabel Pennell - (Comparing baby with flowers)
CH
Skinner, Constance Lindsay
I
Song for fine weather - (Indian) SR5
Skinner, Cornelia Otis
I
Path to Shottery, The - (Vl/hat did Shakespeare think about?) MSP
Skinner, Eleanor L.
KP
Man-In-The-Moon - (Looks at children at bed-time) FAS1
Slater, Eleanor
I
Misdirection - (Poor choice of occupation because of lack of
aptitude) MSP
P
Sacrifice - (Falling leaves protect rose bush) FAS4
-430Slosson, Annie
I
Child's Easter, A - (Easter) GS
KPI
Christmas carol, A - GS
Smart, Alexander
I
Last day of the year, The - (in anticipation of New Year's Day)
PCH
I
Still small voice, The - (Sandy played truant, then feared to go
home) PR
Smedley, Menella Bute
P
Boy's aspirations, A - GS
Smith, Anna May
KPI
At the zoo - (Talking with the camel) PCH
Smith, Charlotte
I
First swallow, The - (Swallow announces spring) ABVC, LC, OTP
At. - Charles Smith - DAD
I
Nautilus, The - OTP
KP
To the lady-bird - (Warning to a lady-bird thatnight
approaching) APA
is
Smith, Clara
PI
Jack-in-the-Pulpit - (Jack-in-the-Pulpit preaches a sermon in the
wood) CLP, T, TC5
Smith, Eleanor
P
Christmas song - (Why children should be happy on Christmas Day)
GRP
P
Squirrel, The - (Works to collect food for winter) GRP
Smith, Elva S.
P
Indian cradle song - UA3
Smith, Harry Bache
I
Armorer's song, The - (Making swords) OHP
-431Smith, Horace
I
Address to a mummy - (Mummy asked about history but answers not)
TVSH
Smith, James
I
'Wee Jouky Daidies - (Small Scotch lass gets into mischief) ABVC
Smith, Mary
P
Friends - (From Russia and Prussia) CB03
Smith, Mary E.
KP
Snowflakes - (Snow keeps little plants warm) PVYC
Smith, May Riley
PI
0 bells in the steeple - (Tell that it is Easter) PCH
Smith, Nora Archibald
P
Feast of the doll, The - (Child would celebrate Japanese feast)
PPAL
P
Meadow talk - (Do not destroy
the flowers) PPAL
I
Neighbors of the Christ night
- (Christmas story) PR
Smith, Samuel Francis
PI
America - C0BV2, CSBP, D3, D5, EC3, GF, H, HBV, N2, NP3, OTP, PB3,
PEC, PG1, PP03, S6, TY
I
Eloquence of nature, The - (Examples of powerful nature) POS
I
Flag in nature, The - (American flag in nature) POS
I
Flowers in winter - POS
I
Three flowers, The - (Buttercups - violets - flower-de-luce) POS
I
Tree-Planting - OHP, POS
Smith, Walter C.
I
Scattered - (Friends scatter but each is better for the friendship)
TVSH
I
Wish, A - (A wish to do the right thing increasingly better) TVSH
-432Smith, Vfilhelmina
KP
November - (Signs of November) PVYC
Snow, Wilbert
P
Giant and the whale, The - (Story of a giant who caught a whale
in the East River) CB05
Sorley, Charles Hamiton
I
Song of the Ungirt runners, The - (Run for the joy of it) TSW,
TVSH
Southey, Caroline Anne
I
April day, An - (Rain in April) TVSH
KP
Lady bird, To the children) CFBP, GF,
Lady-bird in the
To the lady-bird
(Child urges ladybird
RAR, TY
fields - PFEM
- C0BV2
to fly home to her
Southey, Robert
I
Battle of Blenheim, The - (The futility of war) CFBP, CLP, EC5,
GN, GS, HBV, OTP, PB5, PEC, PG2, STP, T, TB, TVSH
After Blenheim - BBV, GN, LC
I
Cataract of Lodore, The - (Description) ABVC,
I
Fountain of the fairies, The - OTP
I
God's judgment on a vrlcked bishop - (A selfish man, who refused
to share food during a famine, is justly punished) HBV, OTP, STP
Bishop Hatto - TB, TVSH
Legend of Bishop Hatto, The - BVC, CSBP, PB5, PEC
I
Inchcape rock, The - (A robber released a warning bell, and on
his return was drowned because the bell was not there to warn
him) ABVC, C0BV3, CSBP, GN, GS, HBV, L6, LC, OTP, PEC, PP04, STP,
TB, TVSH
I
Morning mist, The - OTP
I
Night in the desert - OTP
Nigit - GN, PP05
I
To a bee - OTP
I
Traveller’s return, The - OTP
I
Well of St. Keyne, The - (Whichever drank first from the well
would be head of the household) OTP, PEC, STP
GN, OTP, TB
-433Southwell, Robert
I
Behold a silly tender babe - (The Christmas story) FCP
I
Burning babe, The - (Christ suffers for men) CH
I
New prince, new pomp - (The birth of Christ) GN, GS, OHP, T
I
Wassailer's song - OHP
Spencer, William Robert
I
Beth Gelert: or, The grave of the greyhound - (A faithful hound
saved the life of his master’s child) CB, CFBP, GS, OTP, PB6,
STP, TB
Llewellyn and his dog - GS
Spenser, Edmund
I
Bower of bliss, The - (Description of a fountain) CH
I
Cupid and the bee - (Child annoyed with a bee, caught it and was
stung) LC
I
Easter morning - (Love is Easter's lesson) DAD,
I
House of Richesse, The - ("Neighbouring the gate of hell") CH
I
Kinds of trees to plant - (Trees and uses) OHP
I
Spring - (Spring personified) DA D
OHP
Speyer, Leonora
I
A B C's in green - (Trees are God's alphabet) OHP
A B C ' s garden - ODP
I
First snow on the hills - ODP
I
Violin, A - NS5
Spofford, Harriet Prescott
I
April - (April weather) FH5
I
Can't - (U, S. Grant never knew the word can't) DAD
PI
Every day Thanksgiving Day - OHP
I
Phillips Brooks - (Phillips Brooks was Christlike) DAD
I
Snowdrop, A - (March weather not strong enough to kill a snowdrop)
GN
j
-434Sprague, Charles
I
Fourth of July, The - (Honoring Revolutionary War heroes) DAD
I
Indians - GN
Squier, Emma Lindsay
I
"A million, million blossoms under a winter sky" - (Flower
procession on New Years in California) NS6
Squire, John C.
I
March, The - (Thedead march by
information) OHP
I
Ship, The - (Ship returned from along voyage) CH
I
Sonnet: "There was an Indian, who has known no change" - (The
coming of Columbus) CH
There was an Indian - ODP
Squires, Edith Lombard
KPI
It's all in the point of view - (Creatures with difficult names
are shocked because a girl's name is hard to say) THBP
Stafford, Juniata
PI
My country's flag
- H
Stafford, Wendell Phillips
I
Lincoln - (Characterization of Abraham Lincoln) H
Stanton, Frank L.
I
Old flag forever - BR4, H,
TC6
I
River, The - PP06
I
Way Old Glory goes, The - (-So goes the country) EG6
I
Way to the melon patch, The - (Negro dialect) PP05
Stanton, Ruth Edna
KP
Farm life - GF
Stapp, Emilie Blackmore
P
Autumn races - (Clouds and children run races) GF
KP
Learning to skate
- GF
-435Stapp, Emelie Blackmore (Cont'd)
KP
On the beach - GF
KP
Rainy day, A - GF
KP
Taking turns - (In visiting grandmother on the farm) GF
P
Welcome visitors - (Birds) GF
Starkey, James - Pseud. O'Sullivan, Seumas
I
Ballad of the fiddler, The - (The fiddler plays for fairies
dance) MPB, PB6
I
Lullaby - (An Irish lullaby) GBV, TVSH
KP
Milkman, The - (The milkman works early in the cold morning)
GWP, SUSU
I
Others, The - (Elves dancing) GBV
I
Piper, A - (Magic music entices people to forget their cares
CH, GWP, MPB
In Mercer Street, a piper - PB5
Stead, William Force
I
Sweet wild April - HBV
Stedman, Edmund Clarence
I
Flight of the birds, The - (Why fly away?) GN, GR5, POS, TC5
I
Going a-nutting - BBV, BFP, DAD, GN, NA6
Autumn song - PFEM
I
Hand of Lincoln - OHP, PP06
I
How old Brown took Harper's Ferry - PAP
I
Kearney at Seven Pines - (in memory of) DAD, HBV, OTP, PAP
I
Mother's picture, A - (Mother, seen in the moonlight, looked
a angel) OHP
I
Singer, The - (A lark tells of its song) PR
I
Surf - (Waves are like horses - bringing gifts) POS
PI
What the winds bring - CFBP, DAD, PB4, PFEM, PR, RAR,
TC5
Steers, Charlotte
I
Poplars - (Description of) SY
Stein, Evaleen
I
In Mexico - UA5
KP
Wild beasts - (Children play that they are wild animals) RAR, UTS
Stephens, James
KP
Breakfast time - CCP, SUSU
PI
Check - (Dark hid everything but the candle) RAR, SP, SUSU
PI
Day and night - (Contrast - what a child does by day and at night)
T
PI
Evening falls, An - (All living things return home when the day
is over) SUSU
I
Fifteen acres, The - (A bird’s joy in early morning over mate in
nest on an egg) OHBP, THBP
I
Goat paths, The - CH
PI
Horse, The - (Sparrow eats grain as it fell from horse's nosebag)
OHBP, PB3, THBP
I
In the poppy field - (Mad Patsy's philosophy) LC
PI
Little things - (Prayers for forgiveness for hurting animals) MPB,
UTS
PI
Rivals, The - (Child and bird sang) RAR, SP, UTS
I
Seumas Beg - (A sailor tells of his fascinating life) GWP, TSW
I
Shell, The - (Listening to a sea shell) CH
PI
Snare, The - (Rabbit in a trap) CH, FH5, MSP, ODP, UTS
PI
Stephen's green - (The winter wind) T
P
Visit from abroad, A - (Adventures of Seumas Beg) PB2
PI
White fields - (Fields covered with snow) SUSU
KP
White window, The - (The moon
peeps in window) SUSU
Sterling, John
I
King Alfred the harper - (King Alfred sang, disguised as harper
for his enemies) STP
-437Stern, Caroline
PI
Mammy-Lore - (A child learns what the frogs and partridge say)
ODP
Stetson, Charlotte Perkins
I
Similar cases - (Prehistoric animals) BBV
P
Tree feelings - (Proud trees) GF
Stevens, E. S. (Tr.)
PI
Bedouin lullaby - UA4
Stevens, Monica
KP
Fairy aeroplanes - (Little drops of rain are fairy airplanes) SY
Stevenson, Robert Louis
PI
Armies in the fire - (An imaginative child see pictures in fire)
CGV, S5
I
At morning - PP06
P
At the seaside - (Child digging holes at the seashore till the
tide filled the holes) CGV, GF, MC, M2, OTP, PB1, RR1, SUSU
I
Auntie's skirts - CGV
KPI
Autumn fires - BR4, CGV, CHR3, GC2, GF, GR3, HC3, PB3, PP03,
RL3, RR3, S4, SUSU, TY
PI
Bed in summer - (Child wonders why he has to go to bed by day in
summer) CCP, CFBP, CGV, CHR2, EC3, GF, GS, L2, LC, OTP, PB1, PCH,
PG1, RS, T, TY
KP
Block city - (Child building city of blocks) CGV
I
Blows the wind today - (Thoughts of dead heroes) CH
I
Camper's night song - BBV, GDP
I
Christinas at sea - (A storm on Christmas) CH
KP
Cow, The - (Child tells about the cow) CFBP, CGV, C03,
GS, MPB, PB3, PPAL, RAR, RS, SSH, UTS
I
Dumb soldier, The - (Hiding a toy soldier) CGV, S4, TC4
PI
Escape at bedtime - (Child enjoys the stars) CGV, GR3, HBV, MC,
ODP, OTP, PAP, PCH, RGO, RL3, TB, TSW
GF,GR2,
-438Stevenson, Robert Louis (Cont’d )
P
Fairy bread - CGV, GBV
PI
Farewell to the farm - (Child impressions of afarm) ABVC, CFBP,
CGV, C0BV2, EC2, GWP, MPB, OHBP, OTP, PB3, PTR3, THBP
PI
Flowers, The - CGV, MPB
PI
Foreign children - (Should not foreign children envy us?) CFBP,
CGV, C0W3, GF, GWP, MPB, PB3, PG1, PTR4, RS, SS2
PI
Foreign lands - (A child's desire for adventure - the world seen
from a cherry tree) CGV, C0BV2, GC3, GF, HBV, MPB, OTP, PB3, PCH,
RR3, RS, SUSU, TL4, TV
KPI
From a railway carriage - APA, CD5, CGV, C0W3, GC3, GF, PB3,
PTR4, TL4
KPI
Gardener, The - CGV, HBV, MPB, OTP, S4
PI
Good and bad children - (Rules of conduct) ABVC,CGV, E3V,
P
Good boy, A - CGV, FII2
P
Good play, A - (Two children play building and sailing boat)
GFBP, CGV, GCB3, GF, GR2, MPB, US2, OTP, PB2, PG1
KPI
Happy thought - (The world has things enough to bring happiness)
BVC, CGV, HBV, MC, OTP, PB1, RS, SSN
PI
Hay loft, The - CGV, GF, UA4, PCH
I
Historical associations - (The garden as a playground) CGV
I
Home no more home to me - (Home is not home without loved ones)
CH
PI
Keepsake mill - (Good times by the mill) CGV, FP, S5, TSW
P
Lamplighter, The - (Child watches from window lamplighter light
lamps) BVC, CFBP, CGV, FP, GS, GWP, LC, MPB, ODP, OTP, PB2, PCH,
T, TB, TV, TVSH
KP
Land of counterpane, The - (Sick child plays in bed) CGV, EC2,
GS, HBV, MPB, OTP, PB2, PCH, PTR2, RS
PI
Land of nod, The - CGV, N3, PB4
PI
Land of story books, The - (Child plays his favorite stories)
BFV, CBOP, CGV, C0BV2, HBV, MC, MPB, N3, OTP, PB3, PC-1, PR, RLS3,
TSW
OTP
-439Stevenson
Robe rt Louis
PI
Little land, The - (Child tired of staying at home imagines self
taking far journeys with emphasis on things of nature) CFBP, CGV,
PB2, PR, TV, TVSH
P
Looking forward - (A little boy who does not like to have others
meddle with his toys) CGV
PI
Looking-Glass River - CGV
P
Marching song - (Playing soldier) CGV, OTP
PI
Moon, The - (Things of night like the moon but things of day sleep
until the sun rises) CFBP, CGV, PB3, PR4, S4
P
My bed is a boat - ABVC, CGV, GF, GR2, HBV, HC1, NS3, OTP, PB3,
PCH
PI
My kingdom - (A cozy, outdoor nook makes a fine place to play) CGV,
GS, S4
KPI
My shadow - CCP, CFBP, CGV, EC3, EG2, FAS5, GF, GS, HBV, LC, MPB,
OTP, PB2, PCH, PEC, PG1, PVYC, RS
PI
My ship and I - (Child would like to take his toy-ship from pond
and explore) CGV, GC3, MC, PPAL, SUSU, TC5
KP
My treasures - (Boy collects things on a walk) CGV,SSN
KP
Nest eggs - CGV
PI
Night and day - (Contrast) CGV
P
North-West passage - (Bedtime) CGV
PI
Picture books in winter - CGV
PI
Pirate story - (Children find adventure sailing in the meadow)
CGV, GF, MC, S 4 •
KP
Rain, The - CCP, CFBP, CGV, C0BV1, FAS2, GF, MPB, PB1, PCH, PG1,
PPAL, RRP, RS, SUSU
I
Romance - FP, RGO
I will make you brooches - T
My valentine - MPB
I
Sick child, The - (Mother takes care of child) CH
P
"Sing a song of seasons" - (Contrast) N2
KPI
Singing - (Songs of nature and children the world over) CFBP, CGV,
COBVI, EC3, FAS2, GF, GR2, GWP, LC, NW2, PB3, PCH, PP03, SUSU
-440Stevenson , Robert Louis (Cont’d)
I
Song of the road, A - (Nonsense - a tune to travel to) FP
PI
Summer sun - CGV, S5
PI
Sun’s travels, The - (Sun cycle) CGV, GF, GR3, MPB, FB3, TY
KP
Swing, The - CGV, CHR2, C0BV1, EC2, FH2, GF, MPB, N2, OTP, PB1,
PCH, PG1, SHR1
P
System - (A good child has enough to eat and toys to play with)
CGV, RS
KP
Time to rise - (Bird on window-sill wakes a child) CFBP, CGV,
C0BV1, CR2, PB1, PCH, RS, UTS
Time to get up - EC2
PI
Thought, A - (Things to be thankful for) CBOV, CGV, OTP, PCH,
PPAL
I
To my mother - (Dedication of rhymes to author’s mother) CGV
I
To Princess Kaiulani - (Hawaiian princess leaves for Scotland to
continue education - FAS4
I
To Willie and Henrietta - (Playmate cousins) CGV
PI
Travel - (The places to which a child would like to travel) CD5,
CGV, EC4, MPB, N4, PB5, WP3
P
Unseen playmate, The - CFBP, CGV, C0BV2, ODP, PCH, S4, TC4
I
Vagabond, The - BBV, HBV, T, WP6
I
Visit from the sea, A - (A sea gull has flown inland) CHR6, CTBP,
GN, GR4, S5
I
Wear and tear - (Nonsense - limerick - wear on garments) TSW
KP
Where go the boats? - (Children imagine boat’s travel along vast
river) CFBP, CGV, CHR3, C0BV2, EC2, MC, MPB, N2, OHBP, PB2, PG1,
PR, RAR, RR3, SUSU, THBP
KPI
Whole duty of children - BVC, EC3, FH2, HBV, OTP, PB3, PVYC, SSN
PI
Wind, The - (Child sees results of wind but never the wind,
itself. Wonders what the wind is) CFBP, CGV, CHR2, CZ5, FAS2,
GBV, GF, GN, GR6, MPB, NW3, OTP, PB1, PCH, PG1, PTR2, RAR, SUSU,
TY
PI
Windy nights - (The wind is a man riding by at a gallop) BVC,
CFBP, CGV, C0BV1, EC3, GR2, N2, PB4, PG1, PR, PTR2, RR3, RS, S4,
T, TB
-441Stevenson, Robert Louis (Cont’d)
PI
Winter-Time - CGV, GF, GR3, PB3, PP04, S4
PI
Young night thought - (Drowsy time) CGV, GWP, PB3, RS
Stewart, Anna Bird
I
Echoes - (Dog harks and is fooled b y his echo) TT4
I
Out Door World, The - (Open to all) EG4
P
Postman, The - EG3
I
Weather question, The - (How is the weather made?) EG5
Stewart, Mary
PI
Fairies’ procession, The - SY
Stewart, Winifred Gray
PI
Summer rapture - (Child enjoys the scene and the wind on a hill,
summer) MC
Stockard, Henry
I
Over their graves - (North and south united over graves of the
dead) OHP
Stoddart, M« A«
I
Walk in spring, A - PFEM
Stoddard, Richard Henry
I
Abraham Linooln - ("Not as when some great captain falls") DAD
I
Abraham Lincoln - ("This man whose homely face you look upon")
DAD, GN, H, OHP
I
November - (November weeps for loneliness) DAD
Stoddard, William Henry
I
Twilight on Sumter - PAP
Stoddart, Thomas Tod
PI
Angler's invitation, The - (Bird songs heard from fishing in
early morning) GN
Stokes, Will
I
Bugs - (A song of the United States Army) BBV
Storey, Violet Alleyn
KPI
Neighborly - GWP
KP
Rainy day song - (Appreciation of rain) THBP
I
Tea in an old house - (An old house is full of memories) THBP
KPI
To a Swiss tune - (Child desoribes the shop he would like to keep
in Interlaken) THBP
Story, William Wetmore
I
English language, The - (Very useable) GN
PI
On the desert - (Alone on a camel in the hot desert) COBVS
Stough, Paul
I
Rain - (To cleanse the world) 10V6
Stringer, Arthur
I
"There is strength in the soil" - (The earth serves us living and
dead) OHP
Stuart, Elizabeth
P
Big surprise, A - (Life cycle of a butterfly) NP2
P
Guess - (A worm in a child's pocket) NP2
P
Helicon bass, The - (Brass band) NP3
P
Wonder worker, The - (Work of the earth worn) NP2
Stubbs, C. W.
PI
Twas jolly, jolly wat - (A shepherd boy offered his gifts to the
Christ Child) OHP
Suckling, John
I
Ballad upon a wedding, A - (Descriptionof) LC
Suplee, Etta
P
Little New Year, The - (Let in the new year) WR2
-443Surrey, Henry Howard
I
Age of children happiest, The - (At each age, men wish for another
age) LC
Laid in my quiet bed - CH
Sutphen, Margaret
KP
Autumn leaves - PCH
Svenson, Florence Christine
PI
Swedish folk song - PCH
Sweetser, F. W.
P
Rhymed version of the story of the little rid hen, The - SSN
Swett, Susan Hartley
I
Blue jay, The -(Description) PG2, POS, PP05, PR
I
July - GN, PB6,
PG1, POS, T
Swift, Jonathan
PI
As the world turns - (Riddle— a circle) RS
I
Baucis and Philemon - (Story of) GN
I
In a glass - (Riddle— reflection or shadow) RS
I
Riddle, A (The vowels) GN, FAS4, OTP, PTR4, T
Five, The - RS
PI
Whiter than white - (Riddle— snow) RS
Swift, Tryphena Bishop
KP
Happy Christmas
- (Children celebrate Christmas) FVYC
Swinebume, Algernon Charles
I
Child'8 laughter, A - (Most
beautiful sound in the world) PR
I
Etude realiste - (Description of a baby) GN, LC
PI
In a garden - (Babies reactions to beauty) PR
I
Leave taking, A - CH
I
Peace-Giver, The - (Christmas Day, the birthday of the PeaceGiver) CBOP
Swinburne, Algernon Charles (Cont'd)
I
Swimming - (Swimming the waves out and back) GN
PI
White butterflies - (Watching butterflies fly over the sea)
BFP, C0BV3, FP, LC, MPB, ODP, OTP, PCH, PR, RAR, UTS
Envoi - SUSU
Symon, Arthur
I
Symon*8 lesson of wisdom for all manner of children - BVC
Symonds, John Addington
PI
Christmas lullaby, A - (Christmas story) PR, T
PI
In February - (A warm day in February promises spring) DAD, PG1
POS, PR
Tabb, John Banister
P
Bluebird, The - 112
P
Brook, The - PP03
I
Butterfly - UTS
I
Child at Bethlehem, The - (Angels have no mother) PR
KP
Child's star, The - (Star will shine again) PPAL
I
Fern song - BR4, CSBP, ODP, PFEM, PP04, PR, RAR, SS4
PI
Fire-fly, The - (Firefly lights the way) UTS
KP
Foot soldiers - (Counting ten toes) CCP, EC1, HBV, N2, PPAL
PI
High and low - (A humble slipper goes to the ball) CCP
PI
Hospitality - (Snake ate frog to protect him from rain) PPAL
PI
Inconvenience, An - (Bat has wings but a rat can sit down) UTS
I
Indian summer - (Haze - smoke from phantom calumets) DAD
PI
Insectarian, An - (Fleas would be homeless if cleaned from dog)
UTS
PI
Lamb-Child, The - (The Christ Child) FCP
PI
Little child's prayer, A - (A lost toy) GWP
I
Pleiads, The - (Stars of pleiads are crickets) UTS
-445Tabb, John Banister (Cont'd)
PI
Sleep - (The difference between naps, doze and slumber) CCP
PI
Tax-Gatherer, The - (A bee gathers honey from a violet) GN, T,
TC5, UTS
P
Time brood, The - (Mother hour feeds minutes) N2
PI
To a star - ODP
P
Twins, The - (Frost and snow) GC2
KPI
Woodpecker, The - (Eating habits) UTS
Taggard , Genevieve
PI
Millions of strawberries - (Picking and eating wild strawberries)
MPB
Tagore, Rabindranath
PI
Flower school, The - ODP
I
My song - (Mother’s song for child) OHP
PI
Paper boats - (Child launches paper boats - dreams about "them at
night) MC, ODP, PCH, PTR3, RAR, SP
PI
Vocation - (Going to school is not as fascinating as other
vocations) Gi/KP
Tallman,, Jane Darrow
I
Skyscrapers - (The workers who made skyscrapers possible) MW6
Tapper, Thomas
P
Around the world - (Child takes an imaginary cruise around the
world) MC
KP
Tides, The - GF
Tate, Nahum
I
lHhile shepherds watched their flocks by night - (The Christmas
story) GN, H, HBV, OTP, PCH, PP04, T, TY
Christmas - DAD, OHP, PB3
Taylor, Ann
P
Another plum-cake - (A boy who shared his cake) BVC, OTP
Ann (Cont'd)
Baby, The - (A baby child is helpless for some time) OHP, TB
Baby's dance, The - (Mother plays with baby) GF
At. - Taylor, Jane - RAR
Jane and Eliza - (A good girl contrasted with an artful child)
FP, HBV
Little bird's complaint to his mistress, The - (Dislikes to be
caged) TB
Meddlesome Matty - (A meddlesome girl gets herself into a
painful difficulty) BVC, CB, CBOV, GS, HBV,
MM,
TB
Ifymother
- (Mother cared for girl
care for mother in old age) OHP
in youth
and
sogirl promises
Pin, The - (Wilful waste makes a woeful want) CB, CBOV, GS, HBV,
MM
Plum-Cake, The - (A greedy boy who would not share his cake)
BVC, HBV, MM
Sheep, The - (Sheep tells child that he grows wool) C0W3, MPB,
OTP, RAR, UTS
Boy and the sheep, The - APA, CBOV, PB4, PR
Tumble, The - (Bear life's troubles bravely) HBV
Two gardens, The - (A diligent gardener and an indolent gardener)
BVC, MM, TB
Vulgar little lady, The - (True gentility shows in good manners)
BVC, MM
Washing and dressing - (Child cries when washed and dressed) SSN
Worm, The - (Child watches a worm) CBOV, PCH, PPAL, SSN
Gettysburg ode - (Poetic version of some of Gettysburg Address
given in memory of Lincoln) OHP
Bayard
Song of the camp, A - (The soldiers sing on the eve of battle)
CTBP, GN, HBV, OTP
Song in camp, A - BBV, PEC
Storm song - (Storm at sea) BBV
Story for a child, A - (Mother tells child of time when father was
sheltered from a storm under a tree with a wolf) HBV, OTP, STP
Night with a wolf, A - CLP, GN, GS, PP05, TV, TVSH
Taylor, Bayard (Cont'd)
I
Wind and the sea, The - (Sea is joyful but wind is sad) POS
Taylor, Bert Leston
PI
Cow, The - (A cow wanders into a vegetable garden)
PI
Happy thought - (The troubles of a gardener) RS
PI
Rain - (Rain washes away newly plantedgarden)
PI
Reward - (A poor gardener) RS
I
Road to anywhere, The - FP, MPB, TSW
RS
RS
Taylor, Elizabeth C.
P
I wish I knew - (Where the ships go)
P
Scareorow, The - (Wrens nest in scarecrow^ pocket)
I
No slave beneath the flag - DAD
HTT2
Taylor, Henry
I
Voice of the wind - (Wind likes the pine tree best) POS
Taylor, Jane
PI
Ball - (Careless ball player had to pay glazier his spending
money) MM
PI
Boy and the sheep, The - (The sheep gives
PB4
PI
Chatterbox, The - CB
P
Child's hymn of praise, A - (Child is thankful for
ABVC, OTP
I
Contented John - (Contented with his lot in life) HBV
KP
Cow, The - (Child thanks oow for milk) CBOP, OTP, RAR, TB, TVSH
At. - Taylor, Ann - CCP, GS, HBV, MPB, EB3, RAR, UTS
Pretty cow - CB, CBOV, TV, TVSH
Thank you pretty cow - PCH, PR, TY
PI
Cow and the ass, The - (A cow, complaining about her lot in life
learns a lesson from the ass) CB, GS, OTP
P
Dirty Jim - CB, CCP, GS, HBV, MM
acoat
for the boy)
blessings)
-448Taylor, Jane (Cont'd.)
P
Employment - (Child shamed into getting her lesson) CBOV, OTP,
PPAL, TB
I
Farm, The - (Work on the farm before the machine age) ABVC, OTP
I
Finery - (Finery of a vain girl was not noticed at a party)
MM, TC4
PI
Gleaner, The - (An industrious girl) MM
KP
Good night - (Baby is safe and warm in bed) APA, CBOP, CBOV, GS,
HBV, OTP, PPAL
P
Greedy Richard - BVC, MM
KP
I like little pussy - CBOV, CCP, CFBP, GF, GRP, HBV, PB1, PPAL,
SSN
I love little pussy - OTP, PG1, RAR
PI
Idle boy, The - (-Came to no good end) MM
I
Mischief - (A mean boy gets a well deserved punishment) MM
I
Now and then - (Act now instead of postponement)
PI
Of what are your clothes made - OTP
OTP
KP
Pigs» The - (Gluttons) MM
PI
Pond, The - (A chicken that would not mind) CB, MM. OTP, TB
PI
Poppy, The - COBV, OTP, PFEM, PG1, TV
P
Snow - (Feeding birds in the snow) OTP,
PI
Spider and his wife, The - CB, OTP, TB
KP
Star, The - CBOP, CCP, CFBP, EC2, GS, HBV, MPB, PB3, PCH, RAR,
RS, TB
Little star, The - OTP
Twinkle, twinkle, little star - CBOV, GF, PFEM, PG1, TV, TVSH
PI
Violet, The - (Violet teaches lesson of humility) CBOV, CLP, FP,
HBV, OTP, PFEM, PG1, PR, RS, TV, TVSH
PCH, PPAL
Taylor, Jane and Ann
P
Frances keeps her promise - (A little girl who keeps her promise
has a pleasant surprise) BVC
KP
Good dobbin - (Child thanks horse that her father rode) SSN
-449Taylor, Jane and Ann (Cont'd)
P
Good night - (Baby, baby lay your head) RAR
I
Last dying speech and confession of poor puss
is punished for catching a canary) BVC
KP
Learning to draw - (Mother makes pictures for ohildren) SSN
I
Lily of the valley, The - (Humility is the characteristic of
this flower) TB
KP
Little ants, The - (Ants used as examples for children (help one
another) )
PI
Little coward, The - (A little boy afraid of the noises made by
farm animals) TB
P
Little fish that would not do as it was bid. The - (And was
caught on a fish book) APA, CBOV, GS, OHP
KP
Little girl to her dolly, The - (Child sings to
P
Little lark, The - GS, PG1
I
Notorious glutton, The - (A duck who always ate too much) BVC, CB
KP
Sleepy Harry - (Child goes to bed in spite of his protests) SSN
- (Anabused cat
doll) SSN
Taylor, Jeffreys
I
Dog of reflection, The - (A greedy dog) OTP
I
Lion and the mouse, The - HBV, OTP
PI
Milkmaid, The - (Milkmaid counted unhatched chickens) ABVC, OTP
I
Young mouse, The - (Taught to keep away from danger by a wise
mother) OTP
Teasdale, Sara
KPI
April - CHR3, GF, GR6, NAS, PCH, PTR6, TT5
I
Autumn dusk - ST
I
Barter - (Loveliness cannot be bought) MPB, SP
I
Calm morning at sea - ST
I
Cloud, The - ST
I
Coin, The - (Beautiful memories are like safe coins) LC, NA6, ODP,
SP, SS6, ST, TC4
-450Teasdale , Sara (Cont'd)
PI
Faery forest, The - ST
I
Falling star, The - CD6, MSP, PT, ST, SUSU
February twilight - (Seeing evening star) MSP, ST
Fountain, The - ST
Full noon: Santa Barbara - (Moon magic at Santa Barbara) ST, TSW
I stood upon a star - ST
June day, A - ST
KP
Kind moon, The - (To keep a child company) FP
Late October - ST
May night - (Spring) ST
Night - (Stars on a winter night) MSP, PT, ST, SUSU
On the Sussex Downs - ST
Red birds - ST
Rhyme of November stars - ST
Sea wind, The - ST
Spicebush in March, The - ST
Spring in wartime - (How can spring go on) OHP
Stars - CHR5, GR5, LC, SP, ST
Summer evening - ST
^There will be stars” - (There will be stars forever) ST
To Arcturus returning - (The star that heralds spring) ST
PI
Winter noon - (Chipmunk out in winter) ST
I
Winter solstice - ST
Tennant, E. Wyndham
KP
Everything is something else - (What things were before they
were a towel and bath) SY
-451Tennant, Pamela
I
Echo - (Where are you?) GBV
I
Legend of the Saint foin, The - (The Christ Child's birth) GBV
I
Legend of the tortoise, The - (How the tortoise got the pattern
on its back) GBV
Tennant, Robert
I
Wee David Daylioht - (Daylight) COBV3, GS
Tennyson, Alfred
I
Bee and the flower, The - (In spring the bee gathers honeys in
autumn leaves the flower) C0BV2, PB5
I
Beggar-Maid, The - (Beautiful beggar maid became King Cophetua's
queen) CB, OTP, PAD, STB
I
Brook, The - (Growth along brook banks) ABVC, BFV, CBOP, CLP,
C0BV3, CSBP, EC4, GF, GN, LC, MPB, ODP, OTP, PCH, PEC, PG1, POS,
PP04, RS, T, TVSH, TY
PI
Brook's song, The - HBV, N5
Song of the brook, The - BFP, TL5
I
Bugle song, The - BFP, BFV, C0BV3, CSBP, EC5, GN, GS, LC, MPB,
N5, ODP, PEC, ROG, S6, TY
Blow, bugle, blow - CBOP, FP, TSW
Horns of Elfland, The - GBV
Splendour falls on castle walls, The - CH, GT, OTP, TVSH
I
"Calm is the morn without a sound" - (Calm autumn morning) TVSH
I
Charge of the Light Brigade, The - (Obedience to orders) BBV,
C0BV3, CSBP, EC5, GN, GS, HBV, LC, ODP, OTP, PEC, PP05, T, TB,
TL5, TSW, TVSH
I
Christmas - (Christmas Eve) POS
I
City child, The - (Child would go where there are flowers) CBOV,
CSBP, OTP, PR, TY
I
Columbus Day - (The tragedy of Columbus) H
I
Death of the old year, The - (Regret for the
for the new) DAD, H, OTP, PEC, PG1
I
Dying swan, The - OTP
I
Eagle, The - BFP, BR5, CH, C0BV3, FAS6, GN,GR4,
PCH, RS, S6, SUSU, T, TB, TY, UTS
old year, and hope
GT,ODP, OTP,
-452Tennyson, Alfred (Cont’d)
I
Early spring - FAS5,, GT, HBV
I
Farewell, A - (River cycle) GT, OTP, RS
I
Flower in the crannied wall - BFP, GR6, MPB, ODP, PB6,
I
I
Follow the gleam - (A sailor's call
TY
to the sea) BBV, BFP, S6
From "The May Queen" - DAD
I
Grasshopper, The - (Grasshopper's life is short and joyous) POS
I
Lady Clare - (Lord Ronald stood the test for the love of Lady
Clare) BFV, CSBP, CU6, GS, OTP, PB6, PEC, PG2, STB
I
Mariana - (Pined for lover who did not
return) CH
I
May queen, The - OTP
I
Mermaid, The - (Wish to be) GN, LC, MPB, PCH, TB
I
Merman, The - (Mortal wishes to be a merman) ABVC, C0BV2, GN, LC,
PCH, TB
I
New Year's Eve - BFP, OTP, TY
PI
Oak, The - (Live like the oak) MPB
I
Ode on the death of the Duke of Wellington - TVSH
I
Olivia - (Description of girl playing in the meadow)
I
Pioneers of flight - (Air travel foretold) FH6
Prophecy - FAS6
I
Ring out, wild bells.' - CBOP, CTBP, DAD, H, MPB, ODP, OTP, PB3,
PCH, PP05, TB, TVSH
Bells, The - FCP
New year, The - C0BV2, PFEM, PG1, POS
GN
I
See what a lovely shell - (Sea shell) PG2
I
Shell, The - (Beauty of) GN
P
Snowdrop, The - PCH, PG1, PP03, TY
PI
Song: The owl - (The white owl sits alone in the belfry early in
the morning) BFP, CFBP, EC4, GR4, HBV, LC, MPB, PB3, RAR, S5,
SDSU, UTS
Owl, The - ABVC, CBOV, DAD, OTP, PEC, PG1, RS, TB
When oats run home - CH
-453Tennyson, Alfred (Cont’d)
I
Spring - BFP, M D
PI
Sweet and low - (Lullaby - mother sings to child of father
expected to return from sea) ABVC, BFP, CBOP, CBOV, CFBP, C0BV2
GF, MPB, OTP, PB2, PEC, PG1, PR, T, TB, TSW
Lullaby - BFV, GBV, HBV, LC, TV
Song: Sweet and low - GS, RAR, TY
PI
Throstle, The - (A song thrush sings of summer coining) GR6, HBV,
MC, N5, OTP, PB5, PP06, TC4
KP
What does little birdie say? - CBOV, EC3, GF, H, HBV, MPB, OTP,
FBI, PR, FVYC
Baby song - TB
Little birdie - CB, CFBP, CLP, GS, PG1, SSN
Cradle song, A - LC, PPAL, TV, TVSH
Morning song - PTR1
I
Winter, The - (Signs of winter) LC, PCH, PG1, PP04, S5, TC6, TY
Tennyson, Charles
I
Ocean, The - (Tides) POS
Tennyson, Frederick
I
Skylark, The - (Description) GN
Terry, Rose
I
Lost on the prairie - (A lost child restored) CLP
PI
Wish, A - (Child wishes for a brook by her house) CLP
Thackeray,, William Makepeace
I
After the storm - (Thoughts of daughters wakening at home)
CBOV, LC, PR
I
Cane-Bottomed chair, The - OTP
I
End of the play, The - (Christmas wishes - health, love, peace,
etc.) GN
I
Fairy days - (Fairy tales told by nurse) TB
I
King Canute - CSBP, OTP, STP
I
King of Yvetot, The - ("After the French of Beranger") RS
-454Thaekeray, William Makepeace (Cont’d)
I
Little Billee - (Billee becomes a ship’s captain) ABVC, CFBP,
C0BV2, GS, GWP, HBV, MPB, OTP, PB6, PEC, PP05, S6, STB, TSW,
TVSH
I
Minaret bells. The - RS
I
Pocahontas - (Pocahontas saved John Smith) BR5, DAD, GN, MPB,
OTP, OTP, STP, TVSH
I
Rose upon my balcony, The - (Enjoyment of roses, bird songs and
sunshine) LC
PI
Tragic story, A - (The man who tried to change the position of
his pig tale) CU4, FP, GWP, HBV, MPB, OTP, PB4, RS, S5, SHR4,
STB, TB, TC5
Tharin, Claudia
P
Make-Believe town - (Make-Believe town hasunlimited possibilities)
MC
Thatcher, A.
PI
Every One - (Nonsense— If everyone were — — )
Thaxter, Celia
I
April - PG1
I
Chanticleer - CD5, C0BV2, PP04, PR, TV, TVSH
PI
Child and the year, The - (The gifts of
I
Christmas in Norway - PTR4
I
Flowers for the brave - (Decorating graves)
I
Good-by, sweet day - POS
PI
Jack Frost - C0BV1, PP04, TY
PI
Little Gustava - (Child shares breakfast with
HBV, PR, RAR, TY
PI
Lock the dairy door - (Nonsense) C0BV1
Lost - PPAL
I
Maize for the nation’s emblem - POS
PI
March - (March brings spring flowers which
summer) CB0V3, MC, PG1, PP04, TY
the New Year) DAD, H
OHP
her pets) BR4,CFBP,
in turn promise
-455Thaxter, Celia (Cont*d)
PI
Milking - CLP
PI
Piccola - (A maid of France's Christmas present) N3,
S4, TY
PI
Robin, The - (Sings through an April day) C0BV2, PFEM, PP04
I
Sandpiper, The - BBV, CD5, CLP, CTBP, DAD, GN, GR4,
NA6, PEC, PG1, POS, PP4, T, TY
I
Scarecrow, The - (Robins build their nests in the scarecrow's
pocket) PP04
PI
Song of Easter - H, PG1
I
Sparrows - (Christmas in Norway) PP04, STP
PI
Spring - CD5, H, PFEM, PP04, PR, RAR, TY
PI
Wild geese - (Accouncing spring) NA4, PR, TC4, TY, UTS
I
Yellow bird - (The song of the yellowbird) PP04
PFEM, PP03,
GS, HBV, MPB,
Thayer, Mary Dixon
KP
Afterwards - (Bedtime) GF
KP
How nice - (A thankful prayer) GF
I
Treasures - (Found on the sea shore) MPB
Thomas, Edith Matilda
PI
PI
Autumn fashions - (Trees copy flower colors) BR4
Babouscka - (Babouscka looks for Christ Child every Christmas Eve
and leaves gifts for each Russian ohild) MPB, STP
I
Birds in the autumn - (Birds disouss going south) N4
I
Fir tree, The - (Perfume of balsam tree found by wind) OHP, TY
I
God of music, The - (Music in nature) PEC
I
Little friends in fairyland - (Imaginative play of fairies and
knights) N4
KP
Shoe or stocking - (Shoes in Holland, stockings here for Santa
Claus to fill) C0BV1
I
Sunshine land - (Ground so covered with yellow flowers that it
looked like sunshine - likewise happiness is everywhere) POS
-456Thomas, Edith Matilda (Cont’d)
PI
Talking in their sleep - (Nature asleep in winter) BR4, DAD, OHP,
PP03
Thomas, Edward
I
Adlestrop - (A station where a train stopped and some birds sang)
CH
I
Out in the dark - (Fearful if you do not love it) CH
I
Trumpet, The - (Waken, the earth
I
Two pewits - (Songs of birds under the moon) CH
I
Under the woods - (Comparison of
I
Will you come? - (Riding) CH
is lovely) OHP
now and long ago) CH
Thomas, Elizabeth H»
KP
Lively game, A - (Hailstones are the cloud’s marbles) FVYC
Thomas, Martha Banning
KP
Chirrupy cricket, The - GF, PCH
I
Early in the morning - (Morning in the country) CB04
I
Poplar tree, The
I
Spring caller -
- (Leaves tell what they cansee) CB04
(A lamb’s first steps) CB05
Thompson, Blanch J,
P
Halloween - WR3
Thompson,D’arcy W,
PI
Cock sparrow - (Nonsense - An inquisitive sparrow)
BNV
KP
Cock-a-Doodle-Doo - (A-waking a little boy) BNV
P
Crazy arithmetic - BNV
KP
Little dreamer, The - (Child dreamed that stars fell in his cap)
APA
PI
Old weatherwitch
- (Sailors must wait for the wind) BNV
PI
Once upon a time
- (Nonsense) BNV, GWP
-457Thompson, D ’arcy W. (Cont’d)
PI
Sir Bunny - (A bunny goes hunting - nonsense) BNV
Thompson, Dorothy Brown
KP
Bored goblins, The - (What do goblins do when it is not
Hallowe'en?) THBP
KP
Plans - (Child plans 6m unsupervised adult life) THBP
Thompson , Edith O s b u m e
PI
Monkeys, The - (Monkeys enjoy life in a cage) UTS
Thompson, Francis
KPI
Ex ore infantium - (Was Christ, as a child, like children on
earth?) FCP, GS, ODP, SU, T
Child’s prayer, A - CCP, HBV, OHP, TSW
I
To a snowflake - LC, T, TSW, TVSH
Thompson, John R.
I
Musio in camp - (Appeals to soldiers in both camps) PAP
Thompson, Maurice
I
In the haunts of bass and bream - (All creatures, plants and
birds are alive to spring) TY
Thomson, James
I
In the train - T
I
Nightingale - (Mother nightingale returns to her nest tofind it
empty) LC
I
Songsters, The - (Bird songs) POS
I
Stars - (As seen from a train) NA6
Thorley, Wilfrid Charles
PI
Buttercups - (Made by fairies) GWP, HBV
PI
Child-Thought, A - (How fairies can turn a child into
KP
Happy sheep, The - (The day of sheep) GF, MC, PCH
KP
Of myself and m y bath - (Child compares her bath with
cats, sparrows and fish) APA
a tree) PCH
that of
Thornbury, George Walter
I
Cavalier's escape, The - (Escape on a horse) C0BV3, CSBP, GN, OTP
I
Dirge on the death of Oberon, the fairy king - CBOP, C0BV3
I
Riding to the tournament - CBOP
Tiokell, Thomas
I
Lucy and Colin - (A faithless bridegroom) OTP
Tiddeman, L. E.
P
I don't care - (Mother soothes child) ABVC
Tieck, Ludwig
I
Spring - (Description) POS
Tietjens, Eunice
KPI
April - (Signs of spring) THBP
PI
Fun with fishing - (Ten South Sea Island boys fishing) GWP
KPI
Moving - (Child enjoys the confusion of moving) GWP, THBP
KPI
Reflection - (Child realizes that privileges bring obligations)
THBP
Tilton, Theodore
P
Baby bye - (Examining and explaining about a fly) PG1
Timrod, Henry
I
Decoration Day at Charleston - (Honoring southern soldiers) DAD
I
Hark to the shouting wind - (Enjoyment of a storm on the seashore)
N5, SS6
I
Spring - PF06, SS6
Tippett, James
KP
All kinds - (A big oity has all kinds of apartment houses) ILC
KP
Apartment houses - ILC
KP
Apple tree house - (Making a play house in the apple tree) WK
KP
Apple tree knows, The - (Season cyole) WK
-459Tippett, James S, (Cont’d)
KP
Autumn - (Gathering fruit) SF
PI
Autumn woods - (Description of) SUSU,
KP
Baggage - (For a vacation trip) CU3, ISS
KP
Barn on the farm, The - SF
KP
Big fat pig, A - SF
KP
Birds at twilight - WK
KP
Birthday candles - (Seventh birthday)
KPI
Boat race, The - (Racing a toy boat) IGA
KP
Bridges - (Many kinds) WK
PI
Building a skyscraper - WK
I
Camp fire -
KP
Camp site -
KP
Camp supper - ISS
KP
Cat - SF
KP
Cat, turkey, duck and goose - SF
PI
UK
WK
(Songs around) CB06
(En route on vacation trip) ISS
Change - (Contrast of travel in wagons and autos) IGA
KP
Chickens - SF
PI
Circus parade - (Description of) WK
KP
Closed door,
house) ILC
KP
Come aid see the farm - SF
KP
Cooking - (Cooking on a gas stove)
KP
Cows - (Milking the cows) SF
KP
Curious - (Indian curios bought on vacation
KP
Days on the farm - (Making a book of farm animals
ISS
KP
Decision, A - (Vacation by auto to a mountainlake)
A - (The door leading to the roof of an apartment
ILC
trip) ISS
on a rainy day)
ISS
-460Tippett, James (Cont’d)
KP
Difference, A - (City and country homes contrasted)
KP
Ducklings - SF
PI
ILC
Ducks at dawn - (Ducks were up eating mushrooms while people
slept) UTS, WK
KP
Eight, nine, ten - (Counting farm animals) SF
KPI
Elevated train, The - IGA, SUSU
KP
Elevator boy - ILC
KPI
Engine - (Railroad engine) IGA, SUSU
KP
Familiar friends - (Child watches the farm animals from his
window) ISS, SUSU, UTS
KP
Farm, The - (Vacation on a farm)CU2, ISS
KP
Farm babies - (Baby farm animals)
KP
Farmer, The - SF
KP
Farmer’s friends, The - (Farm animals) SF
KP
Fat old toad - (Captures a fly) WK
KP
Feeding my friends - (Feeding farm animals) SF
KPI
Ferry boats - IGA
KP
Fields of corn and grass - SF
KP
Fire escape. The - ILC
KPI
First zeppelin, The - GF, IGA
KP
Flowers by the wall - (The flower garden at a farm)
KP
Fourth floor - (Life in an apartment house) ILC
PI
Freight boats - CD4, CU5, GF, IGA, MPB
KP
Frisky lambs - WK
KP
Garden, The - (The farmer’s vegetable garden) SF
PI
Geography - (Many places to s ee when traveling and many means of
transportation) IGA
SF
SF
Tippett, James (Cont'd)
KP
Gingerbread - (-for supper) WK
KP
Going up - (Riding on an elevator) ILC
KP
Goodbye - (-to the farm vacation) ISS
KP
Goose! goose! - SF
KP
Goslings - SF
KP
Grandmother's garden - (A flower and a vegetable garden) WK
PKI
Green bus, The - GF, IGA
KP
Groceries - (A grocery store) ILC
KP
Happy, singing farmer, A - SF
KP
Hay in the loft - (A good place to play) SF
KP
Hay loft, The - (The hen's hidden nest) SF
KP
Hay stack, The - (Hay making) SF
KPI
Highways - (Mark highways travelled on road map) ISS
KP
Hog and dog - (Pigs grow into hogs but a dog is always a dog) SF
KP
Home again - (-from vacation) ISS
KP
Hotels - (Fun in a hotel) ISS
KP
House by the lake, The
KP
House on the farm. The - SF
KP
Humming bird, The - (in the hollyhocks) WK
KPI
Hurrying - (Taxicabs sing a song of hurry) IGA
KP
I feed my cow - SF
KP
I feed my horse - SF
KP
I see a thousand roofs - (A city flrom an apartment house roof) ILC
KP
In the city - (Many things to do in the city) ILC
KP
In the garden - (A farmer's garden) SF
KP
Inside - (Life in an apartment house) ILC
(A vacation cottage)
ISS
-462Tippett, James (Cont'd)
KP
Kites in a windy sky - WK
KP
Kittens - SP
KP
Let's pretend - (Many exciting experiences) W K
KP
Little black colt - SP
KP
Little curly tail - (A pig) SF
KP
Little turkeys - SF
KP
Lottie - (The telephone operator in an apartment house) ILC
KP
Milk and eggs and hay and wheat - (Farm crops) SF
KP
Mistake, A - (Father loses his way in our apartment house) ILC
KP
Mrs. Farmer's friends - (Feeding the animals) SF
KP
More Indian relics - (Finding Indian arrow head) ISS
KP
Morning glories - (-dancing in the light) WK
KP
Motorboats - ISS
KPI
Mountain views - ISS
KP
My airplane - (A toy airplane) IGA
KP
My cow eats hay - SF
KP
My dog - (The dog works for the farmer) SF
KP
My friends - (The farmer's animals) SF
KP
My
funny friends - (Some farm animals are queer) SF
KP
My
hen - (A laying hen) SF
KP
My savings bank - (Opening a savings account) WK
KP
My taxicab - (Making a play taxi) GF, IGA, MPB
PK
My train - (Toy train) IGA
KP
New automobiles - IGA
KPI
New highway, The - PT, WK
KP
Next door - (in an apartment house one does not know the
neighbors) ILC
-463Tippett, James (Cont'd)
KP
North wind - (Whoo-oo) WK
KPI
Observation - (Riding on a subway train) IGA
KPI
Old log house - (Great, great grandmother's house) WK
KP
Our automobile - IGA
KP
Our dumb waiter - ILC
KPI
Over the ocean - (Play with toy boat) IGA
KP
Overalls - (Ready for work) WK
KP
Park, The - (A city park at night) ILC,
KP
Park play - (Play in a city park) ILC
SUSU
KP
People - (Many unknown people in the city streets butplaymates
in the park) ILC
KP
Picture books - (Children like many kinds of picturebooks)
KP
Pigs - SF
KP
Pitching tent - ISS
KP
Plant and hoe - (Farm work) SF
KPI
Pleasant dreams - (An
KP
Power house, The - (Helping to make electricity) ISS
KP
Present, A - (Pet dog) ISS
KP
Pump, The - (Watering the farm animals) SF
KP
Pups - SF
KP
Push ahead - (Miles to travel on vacation trip) ISS
KP
Quack, quack - SF
KPI
Railroad stations - (Small stations in the country;
the city) IGA
KP
Rain today - (A rainy day on the
KP
Ride a horse - SF
KPI
River bridge, The - (Seeing many boats from the bridge) GF, IGA
airplanejourney
WK
to distant lands) IGA
large ones in
farm) SF
-464Tippett, James (Cont’d)
KP
River streets - (Traffic on a city street is like boats on a
river) IGA
KPI
Rivers - IGA
KP
Road maps - (For a vacation trip) ISS
KP
Rock crusher - (Crushing rock) V1IK
KP
Roof, The - (An apartment house roof) ILC
KP
Sailboats - (Toy sailboats) ISS
KP
School exhibit - (About vacation days) ISS
KP
Seashore, The - (Fun along it) ISS
KP
Seven babies - (Baby farm animals) SF
KP
”Shn - (Quiet games should be played if one lives in an apartment
house) ILC
KP
Sheep’s wool, The - SF
KP
Sleet storm - WK
KP
Somebody's coming - (A visit from grandmother) WK
KP
Sometimes - (Play life in an apartment house) ILC
PI
Spider webs - (Description of spider webs in the morning) UTS, WK
KP
Spring - (The farmer plows and plants) SF
KP
Spring rain - WK
KP
Spring, summer, autumn, winter - (Season cycle on a farm) SF
KP
Street car, The - IGA
KP
Summer - (Summer work on the farm) SF
KP
Summer collections - (-shown at school fair in fall) ISS
KP
Summer time - (Vacation plans) ISS
PI
Sunning - (An old dog enjoys lying in the sun) CD4:, SUSU, WK
KP
Superintendent, The - (The handyman in an apartment house) ILC
KP
Swimming - (Learning to swim) ISS
-465Tippett, James (Cont'd)
KP
Talking together - (Planning and visiting in seoret apple tree)
WK
KPI
Taxicabs - (Taxis of many colors) CU, IGA
KPI
There and back - (To grandmother's and back home alone) IGA
KP
Three calves - SF
KPI
Three ships - (Sailing vessels) IGA
PI
Towns and cities - (Places passed en route on vacation) ISS
I
Traffic jam - IGA
KPI
Traffic sounds - IGA
KPI
Trains - CD2, CU3, GF, HH3, IGA, SUSU
I
Travel - CB05
KP
Traveling - (Different modes of travel) CU2, HH2, IGA, WK
KP
Trees on the farm - (All like the shade) SF
KP
Trijo abroad, A - (Vacation in Europe) ISS
KPI
Trouble - (Tire trouble) ISS
KP
Trucks - CD2, GF, IGA
KPI
Tugs - GF, IGA
KP
Turkey - SF
KP
Two little lambs - SF
KP
Uncertainty - (-about the weather) WK
KP
Uncle John - (Adventure with a lynx) WK
KPI
Underground rumbling - (Subway train) GF, IGA
KPI
Up in the air - (An airplane) IGA, SUSU
KP
Vacation days - (Pleasant to have and later to recall) ISS
KP
Visiting - (-a friend who has cookies for visitors) WK
KP
Wading - ISS
-466Tippett, James (Cont'd)
KP
Weather - (Contrasting thunder storm and snow storm) WK
KPI
Wheat fields - ISS
KP
Wheels' song - (The song of the railroad
KPI
Where to go - (Vacation plans) ISS
KP
Which? - (City life and oountry life each have their attractions)
CHR2, CZ1, ILC
I
Wild strawberries - (Picking) CB06
KP
Willopus wallopus - (Steam roller song) WK
KP
Winter on the farm - SP
KP
With my building set - (Building many things) WK
I
Wondering - (Will life be calm or turbulant) CB05
KP
Work! - (The farmer's work) SF
KP
Work all day - (The fanner's work)
KP
Yellow squash - SF
KP
Yellowstone Park - ISS
oar wheels) IGA
SF
Titherington, Richard Handfield
I
Faithful unto death - (Eulogy at a martyr's grave) DAD
Tolkein, J. R. R,
PI
Goblin feet - ODP
Todd, Barbara
P
Rabbit sees the child, The - (Rabbit's thoughts) N2
Tooke, Alfred I.
PI
Lost - (A pup) DL3
Torrence, Ridgely
PI
Invitation - (Making a song) PCH
I
Singers in a cloud, The - (Beauty heals) LC
-467Torrence, Ridgely (Cont'd)
I
To children - (Invitation to dance) LC
Towne, Charles Hanson
I
Easter canticle, An - (Story of Easter remembered while spring
life begins) OHP
I
Memorial Day - TT6
Train, Lilia
I
Woodland pool, A - (Description of) SY
Trench, Herbert
I
Charge, A - (Cultivate honor) TVSH
I
I heard a soldier - (A soldier singing alone) CH
I
Song of the larks at dawn - (inspiration from a lark's song) TVSH
Trench, Richard Chenevix
I
Be patient - (Liberty grows as slowly as a seed but also bears
fruit) POS
I
Harmosan - (A Persian captive saves his own life by a ruse) STP,
TVSH
I
Legend of Toledo, A - (King’s daughter on errand of mercy to
Christmas in her father's dungeons) STP
I
Some murmur when their sky is clear - HBV
Trowbridge, John Townsend
I
Charooal man, The - PP05
I
Darius Green and his flying machine - (Darius Green invented a
flying machine but it was not successful) CTBP
I
Evening at the farm - BBV, C04, GN, MPB, PB4, PP04, PTR5
Farmyard song - CLP, PEC, PG1, T
I
Midsummer - DAD, HBV, POS
I
Midwinter - (Beauty of a snowstorm) GN, OTP,POS
Tschaikovsky
PI
Legend, A - (Children destroyed the boy Jesus' roses; then made
him a crown of thorns) OHP
-468Tsuru
PI
Willows in the snow - (Description of) MPB, SUSU
Tufbs, JohnW.
PI
Now the sun is sinking - (Everything sleeps) PFEM
Turner, Charles Tennyson
I
Letty’s globe (Child of three years claimed England on the
globe as her own) PEC, HBV
Turner, Eliza Sproat
I
Little goose, A
- (A lost child is returned safely home) CLP
Turner, Elizabeth
P
Ambitious Sophy - (A little girl who tried to
the garden gate) BVC
run away fell from
P
Bird catcher, The - (Kindness to birds) OTP
P
Bird’s nest, The - (Mother bird gets food for young) GS, OHP, OTP,
RAR
KPI
Canary, The - OTP
PI
Charity - (Beggar invited in and fed) ABVC
P
Cruel boy. The - BVC
PI
Dangerous sport
PI
Disobedience - (Boy drowned while playing on ioy pool) ABVC
P
Dizzy girl, The - (A girl who made herself dizzy) BVC
PI
Excellent Jane - ABVC
P
Falsehood corrected - (A cruel boy mistreats a cat) BVC
PI
Fan, The - (Child gpve her half crown to a beggar) ABVC
P
Giddy girl. The - (A disobedient girl who fell into
PI
Good girl, The - (A perfect school child) ABVC, OTP
PI
Grateful Lucy - (Girl appreciates dog which saved her
P
Greedy boy, The - (A well deserved name) BVC
- (Child burned while playing with poker) ABVC
a well) BVC
life) ABVC
-469Turner, Elizabeth (Cont'd)
I
How to write a letter - BVC, OTP
P
Hoyden, The - (The girl who played with rude boys) BVC, TB
P
Lesson, The - (Two boys quarrel) BVC
PI
Letter, The - (Child writes to father) ABVC, OTP
P
Lost pudding, The - (Kitty has to forego her pudding) BVC
PI
Maria’s purse - (A child, proud of her handiwork,is shown a
honeycomb) APA, BVC
P
Miss Sophia - (Climbed a forbidden gate) OTP
PI
Models, The - (Boys, playing ball, offer to pay for a damaged
pane of glass) BVC
P
New book, The - OTP
PI
New shoes - (Mother reproved child for finding fault with new
shoes) ABVC
I
New Year’s leaf, A - (Resolutions) E64
P
Playing with fire - BVC
P
Poisonous fruit - (Two children who ate berries along the way) BVC
PI
Politeness - BVC, HBV
I
Rebecca’s after-thought - (Forgiven for admitting she broke a
dish) BVC, HBV
P
Result of cruelty, The - (Learning to be kind to animals) BVC
P
Richard’s reformation - (Richard learns to respect the things that
belong to others) BVC
P
Sash, The - (Child who objects to wearing her sash) BVC
P
Superior boys, The - (Two boasters) BVC
P
Suzan and Patty - (Playing with a forbidden knife) TB
PI
Very good boy, A - (Boy is considerate of brother in play) ABVC
P
What to say - ("May I" and "Please”) N1
PI
Worm, The - (Worms are harmless) APA, BVC
Turner, Matilda Hutchinson
I
Joy - RAR
KP
With the winds - (Running with the wind through the fields) RAR
Turner, Nancy Byrd
KP
Adventure - (Feeding wild bunnies in the
I
As the flag goes by - TT6
P
Automobiles - (Take us places) HH2
PI
Bagpipe
P
Balloons - ML
I
Beautiful things - NA5
PI
PI
meadow) ML, PT
man, The - GWP, ML
Bells - (Bells calling Dick Whittington to London) ML
Best time of all, The - (Winter) GF
P
Black and gold - (Hallowe'en) EGR3, MPB,
UA2
PI
Books - (Enjoyment of the different kinds) CB04, NP6
PI
Boy, bare your head - (When the flag goes by) PCH
P
Buccaneer, The - (Danny carried off a doll) CCP,
P
Call of the sea - (Desire to sail away) CB03
PI
Candle song - ML
ML
PI
Careless fairy, The - (The fairy tailor teaches Flitabout a
lesson about neatness) ML
PI
Chairoplant chant - (Playing airplanes) HC2, ML, RS, WP4
I
Chinese lullaby - CB04
P
City workers. The - (Delivery men are efficientand friendly)
HH2
PI
Columbus, Columbus! - (Voyage of) CB06, HH3
PI
Contrary, Mary - (Mary planted her garden with queer seed and
harvested a queer crop) PB5, TC6, TL6, TSW
P
Country mail carrier, A - (Description) HH2
-471Turner, Nancy Byrd (Cont*d)
I
Courage has a orimson coat - (Personification of courage,
knowledge, etc.) MSP, PCH
P
Cowboy, The - (rtSee him ride") HH3
P
Danny - (Dog carried off a doll and returned it
GC3
PI
Extraordinary dog, The - (A pekinese) FP, ML
P
Flags in the air - (A celebration) T/IIR2
I
Flame song - (Fire light) ML
I
For a garden - (Prayer for God’s help in making a garden grow)
NA.5
two dayslater)
KPI
For all little birds - (A prayer for care of)
EG4,
NA4
P
Garage man, The - (-tells how to fix an auto)
HH2
I
Garden speaks, The - (Beauty of) N5
I
George Washington - (As a boy) EG5
I
Going up to London - GWP, ML, ODP, UA6
P
Goose girl - (A city girl who didn’t know how to drive the geese
home) ML
I
Grace over an apple - (Growth of an apple)
I
Hallowe'en - EG4
P
Here is our flag - (inspiration) HH2
PI
High upon a hilltop - (Swallows fly higher than the top of the
world) ML
I
In Mary’s garden - (Fanciful garden crops)
P
Kittens’ questionnaire - ML
PI
Legacy - (An acre of beauty) MSP
I
Lincoln - MPB, OHBP, THBP
P
Linda Lou - (A little girl who got shoes and stookingsmixed)
I
Listener, The - (Listening to a sea shell)
NA4
N5
ML
-472Turner, Nancy Byrd (Cont’d)
PI
Little girl that mother used to be, The - (A ohild trying to
recapture her mother*s childhood) H
I
Little rill, The - (Grew to be
PI
Little road, The - (The little road offered adventure but
arrived safe at home at night) ML, RS
PI
London rain - (Rain in London streets brings historic memories)
MSP
PI
Look - (Dressing up in clothes found in the attic) ML
PI
Lost things - ML
PI
Magic - (A door in a red wall opened into a beautiful garden) ML
I
Magpie Lane - (How Magpie Lane
got its name) ML
I
May - (Coming spring expected)
NA4
P
Maybe - (The clock in the hall
strikes twelve) ML
I
Maypole dance - CB04
KP
Merry-Go-Round, The - (Riding on) CB02
PI
Multiplication - (A fairy lost her dimple in a
brook) ML
I
Musical caper, A - (Notes ran away to play and
places when they returned) CB06
forgot their
I
Jfy book treasures - EG6
PI
Old man long ago - (A child’s visions at twilight) GWP, ML
KP
Old Quin Queeribus - (A garden lover) GWP
I
On the beach - (Playing and exploring) CB06
PI
Ordinary dog, The - (A jolly pup) FP, ML
P
Our flag - (Description of) HH1
PI
Oversight, An - (jack Frost’s helpers paint the maple tree) ML
KPI
Planting a tree - (Hopes for a newly transplanted tree) NA6, THBP
KPI
Pop corn song, A - (FAnoies about popping corn) GF, MPB
a river) NA5
-473Turner, Nancy Byrd (Cont’d)
P
Posing - (Taking the kitten’s picture) ML
KP
Prince Peter - (The little boy who would not take a bath) GWP,
ML, RS
PI
Resolute cat, The -
PI
Sampler, The - (Thesampler made by great-grandmother) ML, WP4
ML, RS
P
Ships - (Child
watches a ship sail away) ML,
SUSU
P
Sing
KP
Sing, world, sing - (Spring celebrates the coming of
PI
Snowlight - (Magic in the snowlight) ML
KP
Song at dusk - (All things of nature sleep at night)
PI
Spring wind - ML
PI
Sure
P
Take care - (A girl who might become a kite because thewind
strong) ML
I
T h e y will look for a few words” - (How the Gettysburg speech came
to be written) CHR6
I
Thoughts at bedtime - (Of life out of doors) NA5
PI
Twenty foolish fairies - CCP, ML, SUSU
P
Up comes the moon - CB03
I
Visitor, The - (A stranger visits for an hour)
I
Washington - CHR4, MPB, OHBP, THBP
I
Water - (Song of blessings of) NA6
KPI
Weather factory. The - (Making autumn weather) ML, SUSU
I
Weaver, The - (Spider spun a web) NA6
PI
When young Melissa sweeps - GWP, ML
P
Whist - (Rabbits behind a bush) ML
I
Who loves his country? - (Serves her with his life) NA5, TT6
of summer - (Beauty of) CB03
sign, A - (How you can tell a valentine
Easter) THBP
THBP
in the mail) PCH
ML
is
-474Tumer, Nancy Byrd (Cont’d)
PI
Wings and wheels - (Child compares roller skating with flying as
birds fly) ML, SUSU
I
Young Columbus, The - (Curiosity of) NA6
Turner, Walter J«
I
Ecstasy - (A beautiful marble frieze of boys at a seashore) CH
I
Giraffe and tree - (Pictures in time) CH
I
Romance - CD5, CH
Twamley, L. A.
I
Ragged robin - (Robin)
Tylee, Edward Sydney
I
Diver, The - (Enjoyment of) ABVC
Tynan, Katharine, pseud.
See Hinkson
Tyrrell, Henry
I
Lincoln’s way - (The way of Abraham Lincoln) H
Uhland, Ludwig
I
Taillefer the minstrel - (Minstrel fought with Normans at Hastings
and inspired them) STP
I
White stag. The - (Hungsmen so interested in their dreams of
killing white stag that they let him get away) STP
Unknown
-AKP
A, B, C - (Alphabet rhyme) VMG
KP
A, B, C and D - (Alphabet rhyme) BNR, MGM
PI
"A, B, C, tumble down D" - (Alphabet rhyme) BNR, JHP, LMG, MGB,
MGM, MGRA
KP
" A B C you know” - (Alphabet rhyme) SSN
KP
"A dillar, a dollar” - (Late to school) BNR, BSMG, GR2, GWP, HBV,
JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGG, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, PB1, PBMG, PCH,
PPAL, RS, SSN, TMG, VMG
Ten o ’clock scholar, The - RMG
Unknown (Cont'd)
-A- (Cont’d)
PI
"A diner while dining at Crewe” - (Nonsense) RS
KP
"A dog and a oat went out together” - MGB, MGM, PBMG,
KP
"A duck and a drake" - (A rhyme to be said to oneself as one goes
along) - LMG, MGM, RMG, TMG
KP
PCH, SSN
"A for the ape that we saw at the fair" - (Alphabet rhyme) BNR,
MGM
KP
"A glass of milk and a slice of bread" - LMG
KP
"A good child, a good child" - (How to tell a good child) BNR,
LMG
KPI
A hill full, a hole full - (Riddle— must, fog) LMG, MGP
Mist, The - RMG
KPI
"A little pig found a fifty-dollar note" - (Spends the money for
clothes) MGM
KP
"A long-tail’d pig, or a short-tail*d pig” - (All kinds of pigs)
BNR, BNV, BSMG, MGB, MGM, MGRA, NRB
Pity, A - BNV
I
"A man of words and not of deeds" - BNR, BSMG, HBV, MGB, MGF, MGM,
MGRA, NRB, OMG, PB4, TB
PI
"A man went a-hunting at Rygate" - (Nonsense) NRB,
KP
"A pie sate on a pear-tree" - (A magpie) MGRA, NRB
PI
A sunshiny shower - (Fortelling the weather) BNR, GR2, LGM, MGB,
MGM, MGRA, MRB, OTP, PPAL, RMG
Good tidings - BVC, PCH
KP
"A tisket, a tasket" - (Nursery game) RS
KPI
"A was an apple-pie" - (TOiat happened to the apple-pie) BNR, MGB,
MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, PCH, VMG
PI
"A water there is, I must pass"
-(Riddle— dew) LMG
KP
"A-miIking, a-miIking, my maid"
-
KP
Abbe Listz - RS
KP
About the bush - MGM, RMG, VMG
PI
About the fairies - (How the fairies keep warmin winter) PFEM
RS
MGM
-476Unknown (Cont'd)
-A- (Cont'd)
KP
Adam and Eve and pinch-me-tight - (Riddle) AMG
I
Adam 0*Gordon - (The burning of an enemy's castle) BFV
P
Address, The - (Addressing a valentine) PCH
KP
”Aena, deena, dina, duss" - (Counting out rhyme)
I
Agincourt - (Battle of) OTP
KP
Airplane, An - (Comparison with train) CUP
I
Alexander the Great - CH
PI
LMG
Alexander's song - (Nonsense) BNV, BSMG
PI
’Alfred de Musset" - (The accent of a Frenchman) RS
KP
"All around the green gravel" - MGG
KP
All busy - CBOP, C0BV1
Busy day, A - PCH
Cock and bull story, A - RMG
Cock's on the housetop, The - LMG, MGRA
Summer - RS
KP
All hail to the moon - BSMG
KP
All I need to make me happy - AMG
KP
All of a row - (A poor shot)
I
Allison Gross - (Story of
PI
Almost time - (Almost time for spring) PFEM
KP
Alphabet, The - (just the
PI
Alphabet, The - RMG
PI
Among the nuts - TV
PI
Amphion's song of Eurydice -(Nonsense) BNV, BSMG
PI
Andrew Jackson - RS
KPI
Anna Elise - (A much confused girl) BSMG, MGB
KP
Anna Susanna - SSN
LMG, NRB
witchcraft) CH
alphabet) PCH
-477Unknown (Cont'd)
-A- (Cont'd)
I
Annan Water - (Drowned while on his way to his lovely lady)
BFV, BPB, CH
PI
Ant an engineer, The - (How ants build bridges) PFEM
PI
Ant and the cricket, The - (A lazy cricket asked an ant for
food) CBOV, HBV, OTP, PR, STP, TL5
KP
Apple
- (Life cycle of apple) GF
KP
Apple
blossoms - LR2, PFEM
KP
Apple-pie, pudding and pancake - (All begin with A) BNR, MGM,
MGRA
"A" - RMG
KP
Apple-pie when it looks nice, An - MGRA
KP
April - (April brings the clouds and rain)
PI
April
- (April weather) C0BV1
PI
April
Fool's Day - (No one knows why so called) PCH
PI
April
shower - (April showers bring May flowers) PFEM
PI
Arbor Day tree. An - (Ways in which tree when grown, will be
useful to animals, insects and people) BR4, DAD, GR3, H, OHP, PB2
I
Arbutus, The - PFEM
KP
Around
KP
"Arthur 0 'Bower has broken his band" - (Riddle— wind storm) BNR,
MGB, MGM, NRB
KPI
As high as a castle - (Riddle— smoke) LMG
Smoke - MGF
KP
As I walked by myself - JHP, MGB, MGF, MGM, NRB, OTP
lHyself - RMG
KP
As I was going along, long, long - (A song) JHP, MGB, MGF, MGM,
RMG, TMG
PI
As
I was going b y Charing Cross - CH, NRB, OMG, RS
KP
As
I was going o'er London Bridge
KPI
As I was going o'er London Bridge
Gloves - MGF
LR1
the green gravel - (Pretty maids) MGRA, NRB, RMG
- (Riddle— fire brand) MGM
- (Riddle— gloves) LMG, MGB, MGM
-478Unknown (Cont*d)
-A- (Cont'd)
PI
As I was going o'er Westminster Bridge - MGB, MGF, MGM, NRB,
PPAL
KPI
As I was going over Tipple Tine - (Riddle— swarm of bees) MGB,
MGM
PI
As I was going to St. Ives - BNR, BSMG, HBV, LMG, MGF, MGM, MGRA,
NRB, OTP, PPAL, RS, VMG
Going to St. Ives - RMG, TMG
KP
As I was going to sell my eggs - (Meeting a man on the way to
market) MGB, MGM, MGRA, NRB
Bandy legs - RMG
KP
As I was going up Pippin Hill - BSMG, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGG, MGM,
NRB, OMG
Pippin Hill - BNV, RMG, TMG
KP
"As I was going up Primrose Hill" - VMG
KP
As I was going up the hill - MGB, MGM
KP
As I was walking o ’er little moorfields - MGM
KP
"As I went over the water" - MGM
P
As I went through the garden gap - (Riddle— a cherry) BNR, BSMG,
HBV, MGB, MGF, MGM, NRB, OTP, PPAL, RS
Cherry - RMG, OTP
Dick Redcap - HCl, PTR3, PR1
P
As round as an apple - (Riddle— a well) BNR, MGB, MGF, MGM, PB1,
PPAL
Well, A - GF, MGF, RMG
P
"As soft as silk, as white as milk" - (Riddle— walnut) BNR, GF,
HBV, MGB, MGM, MGRA, NRB, PPAL, PTR2
Walnut, The - MGF, RMG
PI
As the days grow longer - (Old saying about weather) BNR, LMG,
PPAL
Lengthening days - RMG
KP
As the days lengthen - (Old saying about weather) NRB
KP
As titty-mouse sat in the witty to spin - (Pussy offers to help
tit-mouse with the spinning) MGM
KP
As Tommy Snooks and Bessie Brooks - (Nonsense - lovers conversing
about nothing) BSMG, HBV, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGG, MGM, NRB, OMG, OTP,
PPAL, RS, VMG
Tommy Snooks - MGF, RMG, TMG
-479Unknown (Cont’d)
-A- (Cont’d)
PI
As we dance around - (A-Maying) CH, H
P
Ash man, The - LR2
PI
At Dover dwells George Brown Esquire - (Memory couplet to impress
dominical letters annexed in some calendars to the first days of
several months) MGM
I
At evening - (An evening prayer) POS
I
At graduating time - (Lessons to be learned after graduation) DAD
P
At night - (Pear not night shadows) CZ3
PI
At the battle of the Nile - MGB, MGM
PI
"At the siege of Belleisle" - MGF, LMG
Belleisle - RMG
I
Autumn fancies - (Autumn clothes the trees) MPB,
PI
Autumn riddle. An - (Riddle— grain) TY
I
Autumn sunset, An - POS
KP
Awake, arise, pull out your eyes - LMG, MGB, MGM
I
Ay, me, alas, heigh-ho - CH
NS6, PB5,
TC5
-BKP
Baa, baa, black sheep - BNV, NRB, BSMG
PI
Babes in the wood, The - (The sad death of the babes in the wood)
BVC, GS, MGB, OTP, RS, STP, T, TB
Children in the wood. The - CB
Poor babes in the wood - HBV
My dear, do you know - OMG
PI
Baby corn - (Growth of an ear ofcorn) CBOV, GF, PR
KP
Baby dear, good-night, good-night-
KP
Baby goes out to tea - SSN
KP
Baby Lapp’s ride - SSN
KPI
Baby seeds - (Wind, help Bcatter milkweed seeds)
SN
PCH,
WR2
-480Tink n own
(Cont’d)
-B- (Cont’d)
I
Bailiff’s daughter of Islington, The - (Bailiff’s daughter
followed squire’s son to London where he had been sent to forget
her) GN, LC, OTP, TY
I
Ballad for a boy, A - (George the Third) PEC
I
Ballad of meikle-mouthed Meg, The - (Captured youth refused to
marry daughter of his captor until he knew her) STB
PI
Bank-Swallows, The - PFEM
I
Barbara Allen’s cruelty - (Barbara Allen died of repentance for
her cruelty to one who loved her) OTP, STB
KP
Barber, barber shave a pig - (Nonsense) BSMG, GWP, HBV, JHP, MGB,
MGF, MGRA, NRB, OTP, PBMG, RMG, RS, TMG
KP
Barber shaved the mason, The - (Nonsense) MGB,
KP
Barley-corn, Barley-corn - (Charm away a wart)
P
Barnaby Bright, he was a sharp cm* - MGM
KP
Bat, bat, come under m y hat - AMG, BNR, JHP, LMG, MGF, MGRA, NRB,
OTP, RMG, VMG
I
Battle of Otterbourne - BPB
KP
Be polite - (Say, "please" and "thankyou")
P
"Be you to
I
Beautiful damsel, The - (Young damsel calmly killed four men while
out to seek her fortune) ABVC
I
Beautiful snow, The - (Snow is welcome) POS
KPI
Bee, The -
(The nature of the bee) CSR4, PCH,
P
Bee song -
(Roaming in the clover) L2
PI
Bees - (Weather prediction) ABVC
KPI
Beggar’s rhyme - (Begging at Christmas) GWP, PCH
Christmas - RMG, GWP
KP
Bell horses, bell horses what time of day - (London clock) LMG,
MGM, RMG
London clock, A - PCH
MGM, OTP
AMG
- FVYC
others kind and true" - N2
TB
(Cont'd)
-B- (Cont'd)
Bells of London, The - HBV
Bells, The - RMG, TMG
Gay go up and gay go down - BNR, BSMG, CCP, MGF,
MGM, MGRA,
NRB, OMG, OTP, PPAL
Here comes a candle to light you to bed - MGM, ROR
Oranges end lemons - ROR
Beneath the flag - (The soldiers of the Civil War shall always be
honored) H
Bernardo's revenge - (The king betrays a knight) GS
Bessy Bell and Mary Gray - (Two girls kept house) BNR, BSMG, MGM,
NGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, PCH, PPAL, RNG, RS
Best nonsense rhyme, The - (Nonsense - younglady riding
tiger) ABVC
on a
Betty Pringle had a little pig - BNR, MGF, NRB, OTP, PPAL
Little Betty Pringle - MGF, PBMG
Little Johnny Pringle had a little pig - MGM
Big fat worm, A - (-in a garden) CA3
Bill Peters, "the stage driver - (Cowboy ballad) TSW, WP6
Billy, Billy, come and play - MGRA, PBMG, RMG
Billy boy blue, come blow your horn - (Version of Little Boy Blue)
MGG
Bimble, bamble, bumble - (The adventures of a witoh and her cat)
C0BV1
Bird soarer's song, The - CBOP, RMG
Awa', birds, away! - MGM
Bird trades - (Birds build nests in many ways) DAD, GR2, H, PFEM,
S4, SR5
Bird's experience, A - (Learns that he doesn’t know how the world
is made) C0BV2
Bird’s eye view, A - (How birds feel about boys and girls) CLP
Birds’ nests, The - (Description of nests of different birds)
MPB, OMG, RAR, T V
Birds of a feather flook together - (Old saying about people)
BNR, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM, RMG, TMG
-482Unknown (Cont'd)
-B- (Cont’d)
I
Birth o ’ Robin Hood, The - (Robin Hood was born in the green
wood) STB
PI
Black w e are, though much admired - (Riddle— coal) BNR, GF, MGB,
NRB, RS
Coal - MGF
PI
Blaok within and red without - (Riddle— chimney) MGB, MGF, MGM,
PTR2, RS
Chimney, A - GF, MGF, RMG, TMG
I
Black your shoes, your honour? - PCH
KP
Blacksmith, The - SSN
I
Blancheflour and Jellyflorice - (Queen’s serving maid to be
killed, was rescued by prince) STB
KP
Bless you, bless you, burney bee - MGB, MGM, OMG, SSN
KP
Blow, wind, blow! and go, mill, go! - BNR, CBOP, C0BV1, EC1, GRP,
LMG, MGF, NRB, OMG, OTP, PBMG, PCH, PPAL
KP
Blue bell boy - (A helpless boy) RMG
PI
Blue bell of Scotland, The - OTP, PEC
KP
Blue eye beauty - (Eyes tell the kind of people) MGB, MGM, NRB
P
Bluebird’s song, The - LR3
PI
Bobby Bingo - (Nonsense about a miller) BNV, RS
Bingo - CH
KP
Bobby Shafto - BSMG, CFBP, C0BV1, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA,
OTP, PB1, PBMG, PPAL, RMG, RS, TMG, VMG
I
Bold peddler and Robin Hood, The - (Robinhood’s encounter with a
bold peddler, who proved to be his cousin) CSBP, b k b
I
Bonnie banks o ’ Fordie, The - (Ballad) CSBP
I
Bonnie George Campbell - (Scottish ballad) CFBP, CH
I
Bonny Baby Livingston - (Baby Livingstone rescued by her true
love) STB
KP
Bonny lass, pretty lass, wilt thow be mine - (A version of curly
locks) MGG, VMG
-483Unknown (Cont'd)
-B- (Cont'd)
KP
Bossy-cow, bossy-cow, where do you lie? - (Animals and babies lie
safe at night) LMG
KP
Bounce Buckram, velvet's dear - (Christmas oomes but
BNR, MGB, MGM, NRB
once a year)
KP
Bow, wow, wow, whose dog art thou? - BNR, BSMG, GRP,
NRB, PBMG, PPAL, RS, SSN, VMG
Caesar's song - BNV, RMG, TMG
Greeting - PCH
MGB, MGB,
KP
Bow-wow, says the dog - (Animal sounds) BNR,
KP
Bow-wow-wow - (A watch dog) C0BV1
I
Boy
KP
Boy stood on the burning deck, The - (Selling peanuts)
P
Boy who knew nothing, The - TB
PI
Boy
KP
Brave news is
PPAL
I
Breastplate of St. Patrick, The - BBV
PI
Breeze, The - (-please bring a shower for garden flowers)
I
Brian O'Linn - (Brian O'Linn dressed up and went courting) STB
I
Brigade must now know sir, The - (Stonewall Jackson, killed by
his own men while returning from a reconnaissance beyond the
lines) DAD
I
Bright days in winter - (Warm days of winter
KP
Bring the hoop and bring the ball - BNR
I
British grenadiers - BVC
I
Bronc that wouldn't bust, The - CSR5, PB4
PI
Brook and the willow tree, The - GF
I
Broomfield Hill, The - (Lady left a ring to prove she had visited
her lover) CH
JHP, MGB,MGF, MGRA
Columbus, The - (New worlds to discover) H
who never
AMG
told a lie, The - PEC
come to town - (Jemmy Dawson's married)NRB, OTP,
PCH
promisesummer)
POS
-484Pnknown (Cont'd)
-B- (Cont'd)
I
Brother Bubert - (Monk did notwait to see vision but went
feed poor) STP
KP
Brow bender - (Baby play) BNR, HBV, PPAL
KP
Brow brinky - (Nursery face rhyme) LMG, MGB
Baby's face - MGF
on to
KP
Bryan O'Lin and his wife - (A broken bridge caused the family to
fall in the stream) BNR, LMG, MGF, MGM, NRB
KP
Bryan O ’Lin had no breeches to
sheepskin) LMG, MGRA
KP
Bubble fairies - (Queer little
wear - (Making breeches out of
fairies are in bubbles) GR2
I
Buckee bene - (Playmates) CH
KP
Buff says buff to all his men - (Nursery game) MGM
PI
Bumble-Bee and clover - (Bumble bee tries to buy honey) CFBP,
C0BV2, GF
KP
Burnie bee, burnie bee - BNR, NRB, PBMG, RMG, TMG
KP
Bushel of wheat, bushel of rye - (Counting for
P
Butter making - GR2
KP
Buttercup - ("I woke before the morning, I was happy
C0BV1
KP
Buttercup - (Riddle— buttercup) GF
KP
Buttercup farm - SSN
I
Butterfly, A - NA4
KP
Butterfly, butterfly, whence do you come? -LMG
I
Butterfly's first flight, The - OTP
PI
Butterfly's funeral, The - OTP
PI
Butterfly*8 lesson, The - (A butterfly who wished to be like
bird) PFEM
KP
Buttons - RMG
I
Buy m y tortillas - (A Spanish folk song) UA6
"I spy") AMG
all
the day)
a
— 485—
Unknown (Cont’d)
—B- (Cont *d)
KP
Buz, quoth the blue fly - (Nonsense) LMG, MGB, MGM
KP
Bye, baby bumpkin - MGM
KP
Bye, baby bunting - BNR, HBV, HD, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB,
OTP, PPAL, RMG, RR1, RS, SSN, TMG, VMG
Baby bunting - JHP, OMG, PBN3
KP
Bye-Bye - (Birds and babies sleep) SSN
-C-
PI
Calf, the goose, the bee, The - (Riddle— Parchment, pens, wax)
LMG
I
Cam' ye by? - (Waiting for sailor) CH
I
Campbells are coming. The - (Scotch rallying song) C0BV3
PI
Can you? - (Do not destroy the things of nature) PB3
KP
Cantaloupes! cantaloupes! what is the price? LMG
I
Captain Kid - BBV
I
Carol, A - (F.L. "He came all so still) HBV, T
Ancient Christmas carol - OHP, PCH, RGO
Old carol - FCP, ODP
PI
Carol for Christmas Eve, A - GS
I
Carol for Saint Stephen’s Day
- CH
I
Carol of the Russian children
- GR5, OHP
KP
Carrion crow sat on an oak, A
- (A tailor shoots his pig instead
of an annoying crow) BSMG, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM,MGRA,
NRB, OMG,
OTP
Heigh-ho, the carrion c row - RMG, TMG
I
Carrousel - (Swedish folk song) N4
KP
Cat came fiddling out of a b a m , A - BNR, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM, NP2,
OTP, PPAL, SSN, VMG
Musical cat, The - PCH
Pipe oat, dance music - PBMG
KP
Cat may look at a king, A - JHP
KP
Cat sat asleep, The BSMG
(Nonsense about the kitchen furnishings)
-486Unknown (Cont’d)
-C- (Cont’d)
KPI
Catch "by the hearth, A - OHP, RAR
KP
Catch him crow! carry him, kite! - (To he said as baby is
into the air) MGM
KP
Caterpillar - (Riddle— life cycle of) GF
tossed
PI
Caterpillar, The -
(Life cycle of
a butterfly) TY
PI
Caterpillar, The -
(Life cyole of
a butterfly) C0BV2, PFEM
KP
Catkin - (Pussy willow) GF, MFB
PI
Centipede, The - (Too many legs) CSR5, PCH
Puzzled centipede, The - MC, UTS
I
Changelings - (Life cycle of sin apple) PFEM
PI
Chants of the field workers - (Ancient Egyptian chants) UA6
KP
Charlie, Charlie stole the barley - (Punished by the baker) MGF,
MGRA
I
Charlie, he's my darling - CH
KP
Charley loves good
MGM
cakes and ale -(Charley loves the
girls) MGB,
I
Charley the story-teller - (Child’s pets seemed to know that he
fibbed) CLP, STP
KP
Charlie Wag - (-ate his pudding) BNR, MGF
KP
Charley Warley had a cow - LMG
I
Cheerful horn, The - (Hunting song) CH
PI
Cherries - (A busy farmer postponed cherry picking so the
picked the choicest) C0BV1
P
Chestnut burr, The - PG1
I
Chevy-Chace - (Fighting between English and Scotch) GN
KP
Chicken in the bread-pan - AMG
KP
Chickens, The - (Mother sets complaining chicks to scratching)
FVYC, RAR, GTS
Five little chickens - GF, SSN
How to get a breakfast - C0BV1
robins
-487Pnknown (Cont’d)
-C- (Cont’d)
I
Child is born in Bethlehem,
A - T
I
Child of Elle, The - (Father blessed his
STB
daughter’selopement)
PI
Child to a rose, A - PFEM
PI
Childhood fancies - (Fairies) PFEM
PI
Children in the moon. The - (A Scandinavian legend)
KP
Chinese lullaby, A - (Chinese sandman) GF
I
Chip and peep - (Two chickens quarrel overtheir origin) GR4
PI
Christmas carol - (F.L. MAs Joseph was a-walking")
HBV, OHP, OTP, PB3, PP03, T
As Joseph was a-walking - PAD, PCH, TY
Cherry-tree carol, The FCP
Old Christmas carol, An - FP, RGO
CLP
GN,
PI
Christmas oarol, A - OHP
KPI
Christmas comes but once a year - LMG, MGF
I
Christmas hearth rhyme - (Christmas Eve) PCH
P
Christmas in the heart - EG4, OHP
P
Christmas song - (All the bells on earth shall ring) N1
PI
Christmas song, A - (Sing we all merrily) GC2, GR5
I
Cinder king, The - (Betty married a oinder
KP
Clap, clap handies - (Nursery game) LMG, RMG, TMG, VMG
KP
Clifftop, The - GF
I
Clinker, The - (The clinker who feed the ship'sboilers
of his work) CZ4, CU6, MW6, PB6, TC6
KP
Clock,
The - (Merrily sings the clock) PCH
KP
Clock,
The - (F.L, "There’s a neat little d o c k " )
KP
Cloud, A - (Riddle— cloud) GF
PI
Clouds, The - (A summer cloud) PFEM
GS, H,
king for revenge) STB
is proud
RMG,TMG
(Cont'd)
-C- (Cont'd)
Club first - (Game) AMG
Cluck, cluck - (Foolish chickens try to swim like their duckling
friends) FTB
Coal - (Riddle— coal) GF
Cobbler, cobbler, mend my shoe - PBMG, RS
Cobwebs - GF
Cochrane's Bonny Grizzy - (Cochrane's Bonny Grizzy stole her
father’s death warrant twice) STB
Cock and the hen, The - (Proud because hen laid an egg) RMG
Cock, cock, cock - VMG
Cock crows in the morning to tell us to rise - BNR, HBV, LMG,
PPAL, RMG, TMG, VMG
Cock, The - OMG, PCH, RS
Cock doth crow, The - MGF, MGB, NRB
What every one knows - TY
— _
Cock robin'8 roundelay - BNR, BNV, CCP, NRB
Cock robin got up early - MGM, RS
Cock-a-doodle-do - BNR, BNV, BSMG, SHP, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA
NRB, OMG, OTP, PB3, RMG, ROR, RS, TMG, VMG
Coek-a-Doodle-Do - (F.L, "Oh my pretty cock, oh my handsome cock")
RMG
Cock'6 on the wood pile. The - (Version of cock’s on the housetop)
PBMG
Cold and raw the north wind doth blow - (Coming of winter) MGB,
MGM, NRB, VMG
Columbia, the gem of the ocean - C0BV2
Columbus sailed the ooean blue - RS
Come, all ye brisk young batchelors - BSMG
Come, butler, come! - (A churning charm) BSMG, MGB, MGM, NRB
Dairy charm - PCH
Come buy my nice muffins - PCH
Come dance a jig - (A pig dancing a jig - nonsense) MGB, MGM
-489Unknown (Cont'd)
-C- (Cont'd)
PI
Come here, little robin - (Feeding the robins their winter
breakfast) OTP
KP
Come hither, little puppy-dog - (A watch dog) FTB, OTP, PPAL
KP
Come hither, sweet robin - (Feeding robin in winter) BNR, LMG,
PPAL
KP
Come lasses and lads - (May-day celebration) N4, PPB
KP
Come, let's to bed - LMG, MGF, MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, RMG, RS, TMG
KP
Come my dear children - (Time to get up)
LMG
KP
Come, take up your hats, and away let us
ball) NRB
haste - (Thebutterfly's
KP
Come to the window - (Sleepy town) LMG
KP
Come when you're called - (When called, come in from play) BNR,
HBV, LMG, MGB, MGRA, NRB, SSN, TMG, VMG
Good advice - AMG, TMG
PI
Comical girl - (Nonsense - just a girl) TB
PI
Coming of spring, The - C0BV1, PFEM
I
Coming through the rye - (Scotch song) LC
I
Commencement at Billville - (Poetry recited at
P
Conceited piggies, The - TB
KP
Coo, coo what shall I do? - (Dove and wren discuss their families)
MGB
I
Coral insect, The - POS
PI
C o m - (Farm crop) PFEM
I
Cotton plant, The - PFEM
KPI
Counting out - (-for a game. F.L. "Intery, mintery", etc.) OTP
Intery, mintery, cutery-corn - BNR, LMG, MGM, MGRA, PCH, PPAL
RMG, VMG
O-u-t - PB1
KP
Counting-out rhyme, A - (F.L. "Hickery, dickery 6 and 7) RMG
I
Country of books - (Escape from trials of workaday world) CSRS
graduation) DAD
-490DnVnown (Cont'd)
-C- (Cont'd)
P
Country proverb - (Weather prediction) GR2
I
Court of Alderman at Fishmongers' Hall, The - (What kind of fish?)
ABVC
KP
Courtship, merry marriage and picnic dinner of Cock Robin and
Jenny Wren, The - MGM, OTP, PPAL
Cock Robin and Jenny Wren - MGF
Robin Redbreast and Jenny Wren - T
'Twas once upon a time - VMG
I
Cow and a calf, A - (Riddle— dowry) MGB, MGM
I
Cowboy song - (F.L. ”1 am a Texas cowboy") CU5
PI
Cradle song - (F.L. "Sleep, little baby of mine") POS
I
Creator, The - (Ancient Egyptian hymn) PCH
I
Cricket bat sings, The - (The cricket bat tells of its own prowess
in cricket games) BVC
KP
"Croak!" said the toad, "I'm hungry, I think" - (Dinner for frog
and toad) MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, PCH
PI
Crocus, The - (Early spring) PFEM
KP
Crocus - (Sun and rain make orocus grow) GF
PI
Crocuses - (Japanese) MPB
KP
Cross patch - BNR, BNV, BSMG, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGG, MGM, MGRA,
OMG, OTP, PPAL, RMG, SSN, TMG, VMG
PI
Crows, The - (The return of the crows) RS
I
Cruel sister, The - (Murdered sister, made into a harp, sang of
her wrongs) STB
Twa sisters, The - CH
KP
Crust of bread, The
KP
Cry baby cry - (Tell your mother it w .sn't I who hurt you)
AMG, JHP, LMG, MGF, MGRA,RMG, TMG
KP
Cuckoo, oherry tree
PI
Cuckoo, cuckoo - (Migratory habits of the cuckoo) NRB, OMG, RS
Cuckoo's habits, The BVC
-(Waste not) HBV, OTP
- (To be saidwhile bouncing a ball) NRB
(Cont 'd)
-C- (Cont'd)
Cuckoo's a fine bird, The - (Habits of the cuckoo) CBOP, LMG,
MGRA, NRB, OMG, RS
Cuckoo is a fine bird, The - MGM, OTP
Cuckoo's character. The - BVC
Cunning bee - TY
Curious case of ah-top, The - (Chinese legend) WP6
Curious discourse about an apple pie, A - (An alphabet rhyme)
MGRA
Curr dhoo, curr dhoo - (imitated from a pigeon) LMG, NRB
Curly looks, curly looks - BNR, BSMG, CBOP, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM,
MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, PBMG, PCH, PPAL, RMG, RS, SSN, TMG
Cushy cow bonny let down they milk - BNR, BVC, MGB, MGF, MGM,
MGRA, NRB, PPAL, RMG, SSN
-DDabbling in the dew - (Makes milkmaids fair) CH
Daffy-down-dilly - BNR, C0BV1, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGG, MGRA, NRB,
OMG, VMG
Daffodils - RMG, TMG
Spring flower - RS
Daisy, The - (Announces spring) PCH
Daisy, The - (Description) PPAL
Daisy, A - (Riddle) GF
Daisy, The - (The meekest flower) PFEM
Dalyaunce - (Child chooses to be wanton) CH
Dame Duck - (Mother duck makes a nest, hatches ducklings and
teaches them the things well-bred ducks need to know) PB1
Dame get up and bake your pies - (Christmas nursery rhyme) MGM,
NRB, OMG, RMF
Dame Trot and her comical cat - (A modern version of Old Mother
Hubbard applied to a cat) BNR, FTB, JHP, RMG, TMG
Dame Under-the-Hill - BNV
-492
Unknown (Cont’d)
-D- (Cont'd)
KP
Dame, what makes your ducks to die? - (The wrong diet) NRB
P
Dame Wiggins of Lee
KP
Dance a baby diddit - (Nursery game) MGB
Dance my baby diddy - OTP
KP
Dance, little baby, dance up high - BNR, BSMG, MGF, MGM, OTP,
PPAL, RMG, TMG
I
Danoe of the months - PFEM
KP
Dance, thumbkin, dance - (Finger game) BNR, MGB, MGM, MGRA, NRB,
RMG, TMG
KP
Dance to your daddie - (Waiting for return of a fisherman father)
MGM, OMG, RMG, TMG, VMG
- (The antics of seven cats) ABVC
KP
Dance to your daddy
SSN
- LMG, MGB, MGF, MGRA, NRB, PPAL, RMG, RS,
KP
Daney-diddlety-poppity-pin - (Baby,s new dress) BNR
KP
Dandelion, The - (Dandelion lives to give pleasure and scatter
seeds) PB1, PCH, PFEM, PTR1, PVYC, TY
KP
Dandelion - (’’There was a pretty dandelion” - Seed dispersement)
GF
KP
Darby and Joan were dress'd in black - LMG
I
Dare to be right - PP06
I
Dare to do right! - PP06
KP
Darling birds, The - PPAL
PI
Daughter Jane - BNV
I
Day - (Sunrise and sunset) C05, L4
KP
Dear, dear! what can the matter be? - JHP, PPAL
KP
Dear sensibility, o la! - (A friskylamb) MGM
PI
Death and burial of Cock Robin - HBV, LMG, RMG, RS, TMG
Cook Robin - BSMG
Cock Robin’s death - PG1
Poor Cock Robin - OTP
Who killed Cook Robin - LMG, MGF, MGM, MGRA
-493Unknown (Cont'd)
-D- (Cont'd)
I
Death of Lord Nelson - ABVC
KP
Deedle, deedle, dumpling, my son John - BSMG, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM,
NRB, OMG, PBMG, RS, TMG
Diddle, diddle, dumpling - JHP, PCH, RMG, TMG, VMG
KP
Deeds of kindness - HBV
Suppose - TV, TVSH
At. - P, F. - PPAL
At. - Van Alstyne, Frances - TB
KP
Derby ram, The - (Market-day) RMG, TMG
As I was going to market - MGF
PI
Devonshire rhyme, A - (Winter) MPB
KP
Dew - (A million little diamonds sparkling on the trees) GF
PI
Dew, The - (How God cares for flowers at night)
PFEM
KP
Dickery, dickery dare - (The pig flew up in the
MGB, MGF, MGM, TMG, VMG
air) BNR, JHP,
I
Dicky of Ballyman - (Dicky went courting but was refused) STB
KP
Did you ever see the devil - AMG
KP
Did you see my wife? - (A lost wife) MGB, MGM, NRB
P
Diddledy, diddledy, dumpty - (A cat in the plum
MGB, MGG, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, VMG
KP
Difficult rhyme, A - (What is the rhyme for porringer?) RMG
KP
Ding, dong, bell - (Pussy in the well) BNR, BSMG, JHP, LMG, MGB,
MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, PB1, PPAL, RMG, RS, SSN, TMG, VMG
Plato's song - BNV, BSMG
KP
Ding, dong, darrow - (Nonsense) LMG, MGB, MGM
KP
Ding-Dong-Davy - (Daddy shot a bear) AMG
KP
Dingty, diddlety, my mother's maid - (Stealing oranges) BSMG, MGB,
MGM
PI
Disappointed snowflakes, The - (Wanted to make a snow drift but
sun interfered) PFEM
PI
tree)BNR, JHP,
Do the best you can - (Whatever your occupation do your best)
PB3
-494Unknown (Cont'd)
-D- (Cont'd)
KP
Doctor Faustus was a good man - (A schoolmaster teaches
geography) BSMG, GWP, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP
KP
Doctor Fell - (A disliked doctor) RMG, RS
I do not like thee Doctor Fell - JHP, LMG
KP
Doctor Foster - BSMG, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG,
PCH, RMG, RS, TMG
PI
Dog and a cock, A -
(A dog and a cock outwitted a fox)
KP
Dogs in the garden,
MGB, MGM
catch 'em, Towser - (A busy day)BSMG, LMG,
PI
Doleful ditty, A - (Nonsense - children sliding) BNV
KP
Donkey, donkey, old
KP
Don't be cruel - (Do not beat your animals - Chinese Mother
Goose) FH3
PI
Don't give up - GCB03
PI
Don't tell all you know - (Negro folk saying) PCH
KP
Doodle, doodle, do - (A lost shoe) MGM
KP
Doodle-Bug, doodle-bug - (A version of lady bug) AMG
KP
Doodledy, doodledy, doodledy, Dan - (A
KPI
MGM
and gray - LMG, RMG, TMG
piper) MGM
Dove and the wren, The - (A satisfied dove and a discontented
wren) RMG, RS
The dove says "coo, coo, what shall I do?" - LMG, MGRA, PCH,
NRB
P
Down
in a dark dungeon I saw a brave knight - (Riddle— All) BNR
I
Down
in yonder meadow - (Courtship) CH
KP
Down the market - RS
I
Dragon of Wantley, The - CB
KP
Draw
KP
Dreams - (Old saying) RMG, TMG
P
Dustman, The - (Sandman) ABVC
KP
Dusty miller, The - (A letter for the miller)
Margaret wrote a letter - LMG
a pail of water - CBOP, LMG, MGG,
NRB
RMG
-495Uhknown (Cont’d)
-EI
Earl Mar’s daughter - (A prince, changed to bird,lived with a
princess, and finally carried her away to his kingdom) CH, GN,
STB
KPI
"Early to bed, and early to rise"
PCH
KP
Easter eggs - GF
PI
Easter gloves - PCH
KP
Eat, birds, eat - NRB
PI
Echo - (Where does he live?) GF
I
Edward, Edward - (English
PI
Edward the confessor - RS
KP
Eena, deena, dina, duss -
KP
Eenie, meenie, miney, mo - (Counting out rhyme) BNR,
KP
Eerie, oarie, eekerie, An - (Counting out rhyme) AMG
KP
Eggs, butter, bread - (Game on a slate) BSMG,
P
Elderly gentleman, The - ABVC
I
Elegant girl, The - (A perfect ohild) ABVC
PI
Elizabeth, Elspeth, Betsy and Bess - (Riddle)
MIRA, NRB, OTP, PPAL, RMG, RS, VMG
KP
Elzie Marley’s grown so fine - (A
MGRA, NRB, OTP, PBMG, SSN
I
Elve's dance, The - CH, H
KP
"Engine, engine, number nine" - (Coturting out rhyme)
I
Epitaph on Washington - OHP
PI
Equal, An - (Riddle— equal) RMG
I
Evening - POS
KPI
Evening red and morning gray - (Weather si gas) BNR
- (Old saying) MGRA, NRB, OMG,
ballad) BBV, CH
(Counting out for a game) MGRA
RS
LMG,MGF, MGM, NRB
BNR,HBV, LMG, MGM,
lazy girl) JHP, LMG, MGF, MGG,
RS
(Cont’d)
-E- (Cont’d)
Every lady in the land - (What every one has) BNR, MGB, MGF, MGM,
MGRA
Fingers and toes - RMG, TMG
Eye winker, brow blinker - (Face and finger game) AMG
Eye winker - MGB, MGM
Eyes it has yet cannot see - (Riddle— A shoe) AMG
-FF for a fig - (Part of an alphabet) LMG, MGM
Fa, fe, fi, fo, fum - MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA, TMG
Fa la la - (Sing to the lady when she is displeased) CH
Fable, A - (Different birds try to sing like their neighbors)
PFEM
Fair Annie - CH
F&ir Anny of Roch-Royal - (Separated lovers die) STB
Fairies’ dance, The - (Fairies resent intrusion) MPB
Fairy boy, The - (Fairy child freed Laird from prison, as payment
for a kindness) STP
Fairy prince, The - (The enchanted fairy prince steals his bride )
CTBP
Fairy queen, The - (Queen Mab calls her fairies to a last dance
before it is time for supper and then bed) MG, PCH, STP, TB
Life of a fairy. The - OTP
Old song of fairies. An - RGO
Fairy song, A - (invitation to fairies) BVC, PVYC
Fairy thrall, The - (Fairies riding on misty nights) C0BV2
Fairy voyage, A - (-to fairyland) PCH
Falling snow - GF, PFEM, PG1
False knight upon the road boy) CH
(Conversation between knight and a
Famous battle of bumble-bug and bumble-bee, The - (Two foolish
insects fighting over an apple are persuaded b y an ant to share)
FTB
-497Uhknown (Cont’d)
-F- (Cont'd)
I
Famous flower of serving men, The - (Fair young widow, robbed of
her home and money,became a king’s servingman until her secret
was discovered) STB
PI
Famous history of Tom Thumb, The - BSMG
PI
Fan, The - (A handle on the moon makes
KP
Fanny's doves - SSN
I
Farewell, The - (A Scotch soldier goes to war inIreland) BFV
a fan) GF
P
Fanners all - (Game - flour from the seed to the home) GR2
KP
Farmer went riding, A - (A raven frightenedthe mare) CFBP, C0BV1,
PB1, TMG
Farmer and the raven, The - RMG, TMG
Farmer went trotting, A - GH, HBV, JHP, MGB, MGF, MGRA, NRB,
OMG, OTP, PBN3, PPAL, PPB, RS, VMG
KP
Farmer’s boy, The - PBN2
I
Fanner’s round, The - (Each month brings different work for the
fanner) BVC, OTP
PI
Farmyard, The - (Feeding the cattle) PAD
PI
Father Johnson - (A way of saying finis) BNR, MGM
KP
Father, may I go to war? - LMG
KP
F.L. Father Short came down the lane - MGM
PI
Feast-Time of the year, The - OHP
I
Feathered name-speakers - (Birds call their own names)
PI
February - (Harbinger of spring) PCH
KP
Feeding the fairies - PPAL
KP
Feeding the robin - SSN
KP
Feedum, fiddledum fee - (Cat in the tree) BNR
KP
Fiddle-de-dee - BNR, JHP, MGF, MGM, MGR, NRB, OMG, OTP, RS
I
Fine knacks for ladies - (Gifts not material) CH
I
Fine old English gentleman, The - (Description) CH
POS
-498Uhknown (Cont’d)
-F- (Cont’d)
KPI
Finest, biggest fish, The - (Fishing) GF
PI
Firefly lights his lamp, The - MFB
I
First latin lesson - ABVC
PI
First nowell, The - (Story of Christ's birth)
PI
First song-sparrow. The - PCH
KPI
Fishing - CFBP
KP
Fishy-fishy in the brook - AMG
KP
"Five little squirrels" - RS
KPI
Five pigs, The - BSMG
PI
Flour of England, fruit of Spain -(Riddle— raisins)
MGF, MGM, NRB, PPAL, RS
Plum pudding - OTP, RMG
PI
Flower dances - (Flowers in May) PFEM
PI
Flower tokens - RS
PI
Floxvers, The - OTP
KP
Fly, The - RS
KP
Flying pig, The - RMG
KP
Foggy day, A - (Sailing on a foggy
PI
Folk song -
KP
For baby - RMG
P
For every evil under the sun - BNR, HBV, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF, NRB,
OTP, RMG
PI
"For every ill beneath the sun" - OMG,
KP
For m y country - (Child tries to be worthy ofhis country) PVYC
PI
For want of a nail, the shoe was lost I - MGB,MGF, MGRA, NRB,
OTP, PPAL, RMG, TMG
I
Forest trees - (Season cycle of trees) PFEM
BVC, GS
HBV, MGB,
day) CUP
(Greek folk song about the swallow) PCH
PPAL, VMG
OMG,
(Cont'd)
-F- (Cont’d)
Forget-Me-Not - (How the forget-me-not got its name) PFEM, PG1
Formed long ago, yet made to-day - (Riddle— *a bed) BNR, BSMG,
HBV, MGF, NRB, PTR3, RS
Bed, A - MGF, OTP
Fort of Rathangan, The - (Fort remained after warriors died) CH
Four and twenty sailors went to kill a snail - (Version of
"Four and twenty tailors) NRB
Four-and-twenty tailors went to kill a snail - (Tailors, too
frightened to kill a snail) BNR, BSMG, JHP, MGE, MGF,MGM, MGRA,
OMG, OTP, TMG, VMG
Tailors and the snail - RMG
Four presents, The - APA
Four winds, The - PCH
Fox, The - (A fox disturbs the farmyard and makes off with a
goose) CFBP, GF, PB2
Fox and the goose - OMG
Fox and his wife, The - BSMG, MGB, MGM, NRB
Fox jumped up on a moonlight night, The - (A fox steals the
farmer's fowl) OTP
Fox jumps over the parson's gate, The - HD
Friday nights dream on a Saturday told - HBV, L, MG, MRB, OMG
Frog and the crow - (A crow lured a frog to a shore to be eaten)
APA
Frog he would a-wooing go, A - BNV, BSMG, CFBP, C0BV1, HD, LMG,
MGB, MGF, MGRA, OMG, OTP, PBN3, RS, TMG
Frog who would a-wooing go - MGM, T
Frogs at school - CFBP
Frog's courtin', The - (One version of "A frog he would a-wooing
gcfO RS
Frog went a-courting - FTB
Frolicsome Duke; or Tinker's good fortune, The - (A duke played
a joke on a tinker but then made him a squire) STB
From a very old reading book - (Lessons may be learned from
animals and insects) PAD
-500Uaknown (Cont'd)
-F- (Cont'd)
PI
From house to house he goes - (A country
lane)RS
PI
Frost pictures - PFEM, PG1
P
Funiculi, funicula - (Italian song) N4
PI
Funny old man and his wife, The - (Wifelaughed
husband’s joke) SUSU
for three days at
-GKP
Gaelic lullaby - (F.L. "Hushl the waves are rolling in") CFBP,
CLP, CB0V3, GF,
Lullaby - SSN
Old Gaelic cradle song - PG1
Old Gaelic lullaby - PR, T, TY
I
Galloway raid, The - STB
KP
Game of tag, A - (Between grasshopperand crickets) PCH
KP
Garden fairies - (Fairies play in the garden until some one
comes) MC
I
Garden song - (Maya folk song) - PCH
I
Gardener,The - (Gardener refused by fair lady) LC
I
Gay Goshawk, The - (The hawk bears a message to a maiden from her
lover) BB, GN, GS, RGO, STB
BAR
PI
GentleJesus, meek and mild - (A child's
At, - Wesley, Charles - OTP
prayer) CB
PI
George Washington - (Recounting life of Washington) H
PI
George Washington - MPB, OHP
KP
TJeorgey Porgey, pudding and pie" - (A boy who teased his playmates)
BSMG, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGG, MGRA, NRB, OMG, PBMG, RMG, RS, TMG
KP
Giddy girls, noisy boys - MGB
KP
Gift - SSN
KP
Gilly silly jarter - MGM
KP
Girl and the birds, The - RMG, TMG
(Cont’d)
-G- (Cont'd)
Girls and boys come out to play - BNR, MGB, MGF, MGG, MGM, NRB,
OMG, OTP, PBMG, PPAL
Boys and girls come out to play - BNV, BSMG, JHP, RS, VMG
Come out to play - CFBP, C0BV2, PB1, RMG, TMG
"Give me a blow and I'll beat 'em" - (Why was baby vexed?) MGM
Glenlogie - (Lady, spurned in love, nearly died, before he
returned to her) GN, LC
Go to bed first - MGB, MGM, OMG, PPAL, RS
"Go to bed, Tom, go to bed, Tom" - MGM
Go west song - (Song of pioneers on the westward march) UA5
God made man and man made money - (Good hog and hominy to eat)
AMG
God rest you, merry gentlemen - (The story of Christ's birth)
BVC, DAD, GS, HBV, PCH, T, TV
God save thee, Robin Hood - (Robinhood and his merry company) EG6
God’s care - (As the shepherd cares for his sheep so God cares
for his children) C0BV1
Golden carol, The - (-of Melchior, Balthazar and Gaspar, the
three kings) OHP
Golden rule (from New England primer) - (Be you to others kind
and true) PG1
Golden vanity - (Boy sailor buried at sea after feat of heroism)
ABVC, CH
Goldenrod - (A golden rod complaining about itself finds
happiness) PFEM
Goldenrod - ("Tell me, sunny goldenrod") C0BV1
Good horses, bad horses - LMG
Good little leaves, The - (What happened to the leaves in October)
PFEM
Good-Morning - ("Baby, baby ope your eye") SSN
Good-Morrow to you valentine - PCH
-502Unknown (Cont'd)
-G- (Cont'd)
KP
Good night - BNR, SSN
Night blessing - PCH
KP
"Good night, sleep tight" - AMG, GRP, NWP
KP
Good-Night - (Baby, baby lay your head) SSN
I
Good-Night - (Time to rest) POS
KP
Good-Night - (A good night thought) CFBP
PI
Good Queen Bess was a glorious dame - MGM
P
Good Thanksgiving, A - HC3
KP
Goody-goody-gout - (Calling to a boy whose shirt tail is out)
AMG
KP
Goosegirl's song - PCH
KP
Goosey, goosey, gander - BNR, BSMG, HBV, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGG,
MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, PBMG, PPAL, RMG, ROR, RS, TMG, VMG
KP
Goosey-goosey-gander - AMG, MGM
I
Gospel train, The -
PI
Gossip of the nuts. The - (Waiting for Jaok Frost to open their
burrs) PFEM
I
(Negro spiritual) PCH
Gourd and the palm, The - (Each year a gourd bragged to
tree that it was higher) OTP, STP
the palm
I
Grammar in rhyme - OTP
Grammar in a nutshell - ABVC
PI
Grasshopper, The - (Mending fairy queen's shoes) PFEM
KPI
Grasshopper green - (The grasshopper enjoys summer) CBOV, CCP,
CFBP, C0BV1, CSR4, EC2, GF, HBV, MC, MPB, PB1, PCH, PVYC, RAR,
TV, UTS, WR2
PI
Gray dove's answer, The - (The swallows try to persuade
doves to fly south in autumn) C0BV2
the
KP
Great A, little A - (Nonsense) LMG, MGRA, VMG
Pancake day - RMG, TMG
KP
treat A, little a, bouncing be" - BNR, BNV, BSMG, LMG, MGF,
MGRA, NEB, RS, TMG
MGM,
—503-
Unknown (Cont*d)
-G- (Cont'd)
KP
Great A was alarmed at B's bad behavior - (Rhyming alphabet) MGM
I
Great Panjandrum himself, The - (Nonsense)
At. to Foote, Samuel - BNV
P
Greedy Jane - ABVC
PI
Greek children’s song - (Spring) TY
I
PPB, RS
Green broom - (Youth went early to the
woods to cut broom, was
seen by a wealthy lady and married to her) CH
KP
Green corn, green c o m - (Indian food) AMG
I
Green grass - CH
PI
Green grass growing all around, The - HR2, MPB, PB3
KP
Green gravel, green gravel, the grass - AMG
I
Greenwich pensioner, The - (Life of a sailor) CBOP
KP
Grey goose and gander - (Over the river on geese's back) NRB
P
Groat, The - BNV
P
Growing - (Growing up) LR2
P
Guess me - (Owl) GCB03
-H-
KP
Had a little dog - AMG
KP
Had a little dog, his name was Rover - AMG
KP
Had a little pony - AMG
KP
Had a mule his name was Jack - AMG
KP
Hair - (Riddle— hair) GF
Riddle me, riddle me, what is that - BR3
I
Hand in hand - (Polish folk song) N4
KP
Handy-Dandy riddledy ro - (Hiding something in hand) BNR
KP
Handy spandy - GWP, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM,
PBMG, PCH, RS, VMG
Handy pandy - JHP, RMG, TMG
MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP,
-504Unknown (Cont'd)
-H- (Cont'd)
KP
Hang up the baby's stocking - (The baby’s stocking was hung for
Santa to fill) GF, PFEM
First Christinas, The - H
KP
Hannah Bantry - (A greedy girl) NBR, RS
PI
Happy bird, The - (Child wishing to be like a bird) PFEM
KP
Happy thank-you day, The - (A Thanksgiving Day prayer) FVYC
KP
Hare, The - BNV
KP
"Hark, hark] the dogs do bark" - BNR, GWP, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF,
MGG, MGM, MGRA, OMG, OTP, PBMG, PCH, RMG, RS, TMG, VMG
PI
Harry the Great - (A great king) RMG
KP
Hart he loves the high wood, The - (Each loves its own way of
life) NRB, OTP
Hart, The - RMG
KP
Harvest home, harvest home - PBMG
KP
He loves me - (A daisy game) MGB, MGRA
KP
He that hath it and will not keep it - (Old saying) BNR
PI
"He that would thrive" - JHP, MGM, NRB, OTP, PPAL
PI
He that would thrive must rise at five - BNR, HBV, MGB, MGF, MGRA,
OMG
PI
Hearts and lace paper - PCH
KP
Hearts like doors - (Please and thank you) - HBV, OTP, PPAL
Politeness - PCH
KP
"Heotor Protector was dressed all in green" - HBV, LMG, MGF, MGRA,
NRB, OMG, OTP, RNG, RS, TMG
I
Heir of Linne, The - (A Scotch lord wastes his heritage but
regains it) CB
I
Helen of Kirkconnell - (A maiden saves the life of her lover)
BBV, BPB, CH, T
Fair Helen - GBV
Fair Helen of Kirkconnell - CSBP, OTP
KP
Here am I, little jumping Joan - BNR, LMG, MGF, MGG, MGRA, NRB,
OMG, PBMG, VMG
Jumping Joan - MGF
Little jumping Joan - JHP, MGB, RMG, TMG
-505Unknown (Cont’d)
-H- (Cont’d)
KP
Here comes a lusty wooer - (Wooing a pretty maiden) CH,, NRB
KP
Here comes a poor woman from baby-land - (Choosing something in
a hand) BUR, MGF
IP
"Here goes my lord" - MGB, MGM, MGRA, RMG, SSN
KP
Here sits the Lord Mayor - (Face game) BNR, HBV, LMG, MGB, MGF,
MGM, MGRA, NRB, OTP, PPAL, SSN, VMG
Forehead, eyes, cheeks, nose, mouth and chin - RMG
KP
Here stands a post - (A dare) LMG, MGM, NRB
PI
Here we come a-caroling - MPB
PI
Here we come a-piping - (May Day) CH
PI
Here we come a-whistling - (New Year song) C0BV2, TB
KP
Here we go round the bramble bush - (Nursery game) BNR
KP
Here we go round the jingo-bush - OMG
KP
Here we go up, up, up - (Teeter-tawter) BNR, MGF, MGM, OTP, SSN,
VMG
KP
Here’s A, B and C - (Alphabet) BSMG
PI
Here's A, B, C, D, E, F, and G - (Alphabet rhyme) MGM
KPI
Here's a poor widow from Babylon - OTP
KP
Here's sulky Sue - LMG, MGRA, PBMG
Sulky Sue - JHP, RMG, TMG
KP
Here's the church - (Nursery game) AMG
KP
Hey: diddle, diddle - BNR, HBV, HD, JHP, MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA,
Nl, NRB, OMG, PB1, PBMG, PBN3, PCH, PPAL, RS, SSN
Cat and the fiddle, The - RMG, TMG
Heigh diddle, diddle - LMG
Hi diddle, diddle - BSMG, OTP
High, diddle, diddle - BNV, LMG, VMG
KP
Hey diddle, dinkety, poppety, pet - (Merchantmen) OTP, PPAL
Merchants of London - RMG, TMG
KP
Hey, ding a ding, what shall I sing? BNR, BSMG, MGM
-506
Unknown (Cont’d)
-H- (Cont’d)
KP
Hey, my kitten, my kitten - MGB, MGM, NRB, OTP, PPAL, SSN, VMG
kitten - RMG, TMG
Uy
I
Hey, nonny no -(Foolish to wish
KP
Hey rub-a-dub, ho
KP
to
die) CH
rub-a-dub - (A version of rub-a-dub-dub) MGRA
Hey rub-a-dub, three maids in a tub - SSN
I
Hey, wully wine
- (Singing game) CH
PI
Hiccup, sniccup
-(A wishing charm)
NRB, RS
KPI
Hick-a-more, hack-a-more - MGM, NRB
Sunshine - RMG
KP
Hickery dickery six and seven - (Counting out) LMG, MGM
KP
Hickety,
pickety, my black hen - (Hen lays eggs) JHP, LMG, MGB,
MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, PBMG, ROR, TMG,VMG
KP
Hickory,
dickory, dock - (A mouse ran up the clock) BNR, BSMG,
EC1, HBV, JHP, MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, PB1, PBMG,
PCH, PPAL, RRP, RS, SSN, TMG
Dickery, dickery, dock - BNV, BSMG, LMG, VMG
Mouse and the clock. The - RMG
KP
Hickory dickory sackory down - LMG, MGF, PBMG
KP
Hickup, hickup, go away - (Child begging for some cake)
MGM, NRB
PI
Hidden songster, The - (lilihat is Katy-did's other name?)
PFEM
PI
"Hie, hie" says Anthony - (A greedy kitten) NRB, RS
KP
Higgleby piggleby - (Black hen lays eggs) BNR, HBV, MGM, NRB,
OTP, PB1, PCH, RS
Black hen, The - RMG
KP
Higgledy
PI
High diddle ding - (The parliament soldiers passby) NRB
KP
High, diddle doubt - MGB
P
High, ding cockatoo-moody -
PI
Higher than a house, higher
Star, A - MGF, RMG
piggledy here we lie - (Riddle— currant) MGRA, MGM
MGM
than a tree -BNR,LMG, MGF, PPAL
j
Unknown (Cont'd)
-H- (Cont'd)
KP
Hinxs minxjthe old witch winks - (Nobody home but
BNR, LMG, MGM, NRB
the family)
KP
Hippety-hop
KP
Hiram Gordon, where's your pa? - (Fixing a teeter) LMG
P
Hobby-horse,
The - RMG, TMG
KP
Hobby horse,
The - PCH
KP
Hogs in the
KP
Hokey-Pokey - AMG
I
Holly and the ivy, The - FCP, TB
I
Homeward - POS
PI
Homoeopathic soup - ABVC
KP
Horse and a cart, A - (Toys) MGM
KP
Hot cross buns - BSMG, GVfP, JHP,LMG,
OMG, OTP, PBMG, PCH, RMG, VMG
PI
Hot pies and cold pies - BNV
KP
Hound dog in
KP
House that Jack built - The - BSMG, GR2, HBV, MGB, MGF, PB2,
PBN1, RMG, RS, TMG, WP2
This is the house that Jack built - LMG, MGF, MGM, MGS, MGRA,
NRB, OMG, OTP, PPAL
KP
Houseful, a hole full, A - (Riddle— -smoke or steam) AMG, NP2
KPI
How freatures move - GF
KP
How does my lady’s garden grow? -(Version
contrary) MGM, MGRA
KP
How many days has my baby to play? - BNR, MGRA, NRB, PPAL, VMG
Play days - RMG, TMG
KPI
How many miles is it to Babylon? - BSMG, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM,
MGRA, NRB
To Babylon, PCH, RMG, TMG
KP
How much wood would a wood-chuck chuck - (Tongue twister) AMfi
to the barber shop - AMG
garden, catch 'em, Towser - (A busy time) PBMG
MGB, MGF, MGM,MGRA, NRB,
the dinner pot - AMG
of Mistress Mary quite
—508—
Unknown (Cont'd)
-H- (Cont'd)
KP
How the little kite learned to fly - CBOV, C0BV1
GF, HBV, OTP
»
PI
How the wind blows ! - (The wind at different seasons) PFEM
P •
How they sleep - (Different ways to sleep) CBOV, PPAL
I
How to make a town grow - CD6
KP
Hub-a-dub-dub - (A version of rub-a-dub-dub, three men in
BNR, BSMG, LMG
I
Human nature - (Example of child nature) ABVC
KP
Humpty Dumpty - (Riddle— -egg) BNR, BSMG, HBV, JHP, LMG,
MGG, MGM, MGRA, N2, NRB, OMG, OTP, PB1, PCH, PPAL, RMG,
RS, TMG, VMG
KP
Humpty, dumpty, diddle-dum-dee - SSN
PI
Hungry fox, The - FTB
I
Hunt is up, The - CH, OTP
Hunting song - CSBP
Two hunting songs - ABVC
PI
Hunterof Reigate, The - RMG, TMG
I
Hunting of the cheviot, The - (The battle of Otterbourn)
P
Hurdy, gurdy man, The - LR2
a tub)
MGB, MGF,
ROR, RRP,
CB
KP
Hush baby, m y doll - (Baby doll shall have supper) LGM,
NRB, OMG
Baby dolly - RMG, TMG
MGF, MGM,
KP
Hush my baby, don't say a word - (Buying - selling) AMG
KP
Hush thee, my babby - BNR,
KP
Hush-a ba, birdie - (Scotch lullaby) APA
KP
Hush-a-bye baby, daddy is near - LMG, MGB, MGF, RMG, TMG
KPI
Hush-a-bye baby in the tree top - BNR, BNV, BSMG, HBV, JHP, LMG,
MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, PB1, PPAL, RMG, RS, SSN, VMG
Cradle song - GS
KP
Hush-a-bye, baby, thy cradle is green - SSN
PI
Hymn of Thanksgiving, A - SY
I
Hynde Horn - (Hynde Horn won his fortune and returned for his lady)
GN, STB
OTP, PPAL
-509-
Unknown
-IKP
KP
KP
KP
I am a gold lock - MGB* MGF* MGM* MGRA* NRB* PPAL
Look and Key - RMG
Iasked my mother for fifteen cents - (To see the circus) AMJ
I bought a dozen new laid eggs - (Hatching ohiokens) LMG
bought a little horse" - MGM
PI
"I before E" - RS
KP
I doubt* I doubt* my fire is out - (Tfhen the fire goes out the
husband fetches his wife) NRB
KP
I had
a little castle upon the sea-side - MGM
KP
I had
a little cow - BNR, MGM
KP
"I had
KP
I had a little dog* and they called him Buff - (Nonsense about a dog
who went to buy snuff) MGB* MGM* NRB
P
1 had a little doggy that used to sit and beg" - (Child care6 for
injured dog) GR2* HBV, MPB, OTP, PBI, PPAL, SSN
a little dog* and his name was Blue Bell" - BSMG* SSN
P
I had
KP
I had a little husband - BNR* BSMG* HBV* JHP* LMG* MGB* MGF* MGM*
MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, PPAL, RMG, TMG, VMG
KP
I had a little hen* the prettiest ever seen - JHP* MGF* MGRA* NRB*
OMG, VMG
Clever hen, The - RMG, TMG
KP
I had a little moppet - BSMG, MGF, MGB, MGM, MGRA, TMG
Little moppet* The - RMG, TMG
KP
I had a little nut tree - JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA* NRB, OTP,
PPAL, TMG
Nut tree, The - CBOP, CCP, PBMG, RS
Two nut trees - CH
KP
I had a little pony — BNR, BSMG, GF, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA,
NRB, OMG, OTP, PBI, PCH, PPAL, TMG
Dapple Gray - RMG
P
I had a little snowball once - GF
a little hobby horse - BSMG* GF
-510Uhknown (Cont’d)
-I- (Cont’d)
KP
I had four brothers over the sea - (Nonsense) IMG, MGM, MGRA
KP
I had two pigeons bright and gay - MGF, MGM
Two pigeons - RMG
PI
I have a little sister, they call her peep, peep - (Riddle-star)
AMG, BR3, BSMG, CBOP, IMG, MGB, MGF, MGM, N2, NRB, RRI, RS
Star, A - PBI
I
I have
KP
have
KP
I have
P
I have
KP
I know
KP
I like
IMG, MGF, VMG
Little Pussy - RMG
KP
I lost my mare in Lincoln Lane - BNR
KP
I love little pussy, her coat is so warm - MGB, MGRA,
PBMG, RS
Kitty: How to treat her - CBOP
Little Pussy - TMG
PI
I love my love with an A, because he's agreeable - (Play on the letter
"A") MGB, MGM, MGRA, NRB
KP
I love six pence, pretty little six penoe - BNR, MGB, MGF, MGRA, NRB,
OMG, OTP, RMG, TMG
Jolly tester, The - MGF
Loving husband, A - TB
KP
NRB, OMG,
OTP,
I love you well, my little brother - (Brothers) IMG
KP
I saw a peacock with a fiery tail - (A pustle in punctuation) CH,
LMG, MGM, NRB
KP
I saw a ship a-sailing - (A ship laden with magical cargo) BNR, CBOP,
CCP, CFBP, EC2, GF, JHP, MGE, MGM, MGRA, MPB, NRB, OMG, OTP, PBMG,
PPAL, RMG, SSN, THBP, TMG, VMG
Pleasant ship, A - TB
Queer ship - RS
Unknown (Cont’d)
-I- (Cont'd)
PI
I saw three ships - (Three ships on Christmas Day) BNR, H, MGF,
MGRA, OMG, OTP, PR, T, TB
Three ships » The - FCP
KP
I see the moon and the moon sees me - PBMG
I
I sing of a maiden - (Mother of
KP
I took my
PI
"I went into my grandmother's garden" - (Riddle-tobacco-pipe) MGM
KP
I went into my next-door neighbor’s - MGM
KP
went into the woods and built me a kirk" - (Help from the birds)
MGM
KP
I went to the river - (Buying-selling) AMG
KP
"I went to the toad that lies under the wall" - MGM
KPI
I went to the wood and got it PPAL, RS
Thorn, A - RMG
KP
I went up one pair of stairs - (A nursery game) IMG, MGF, MGM, MGRA
NRB
Just like me - RMG
KP
"I wish I was a little rock" - (Too tired to move) AMG
KP
I w o n ’t be my father’s Jack - (Determined to be one's own boss) LMG
MGF, MGB, MGM, MGRA
T ’other little tune - RMG
KP
I-Tis ket, I-Tasket - PBMG
PI
I would if I oou’d - (A tongue twister) MGB, MGF, MGM, NRB
KP
Ibbity, bibbity, sibbity, sab" - (Counting-out rhyme) RS
KP
"Icker-backer" - (Counting out rhyme) RS
KP
If - (If all the seas were one sea) NW2, OMG, PB2, TMG
If all the seas were one sea - BSMG, LMG, MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB,
PPAL, RMG
Marvels - TB
Splish-splash - RR2, WP2
Christ) CH
dolly for a walk - (Anaughty
child) GF
(Riddle - A thorn) LMG, MGM, NRB,
(Cont’d)
-I- (Cont’d)
If a man who turnips cries - MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA
If all the world were apple pie - BNR, HBV, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM,
MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, PCH, PPAL, RMG, RS, TMG, VMG
If all the world were water - (Nonsense questions) LMG
If bees stay at home - (Fortelling weather) HBV
Prophets of the hive - BVC
Signs - RS
If candlemas day be fair and bright - (Fortelling weather) BVC
If I had as muoh money as I could spent - (I never would cry old
chairs to mend) MGM, MGRA, NRB
Old chairs to mend - RMG, TMG
If I ’d as much money as I could spend - BNR, MGB, MGF, OTP, VMG
If "ifs" and "ands" - BNR, HBV, LMG, MGB, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG
If the evening’8 red and the morning gray - (Weather signs) RS, TY
Evening red and morning grey - APA, BNR, HBV, OTP, PPAL
Morning and evening - ABVC
Weather rule - BVC, OTP
"If wishes were horses" - BNR, JHP, MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP,
PPAL, RMG, VMG
If you are a gentleman - (Don’t laugh at anothers’ discomfort) JPH
"If you love me as I love you" - MGF
If you love me, pop and fly - (A charm said to pips in the fire) NRB
If you sneeze on Monday - NBR, JHP, MGF, MGM, MGRH, NRB, OMG, PPAL,
RS
Sneezing - RMG, TMG
If you touch hitty pitty - (Riddle-nettle) BNR
I ’ll eat when I ’m hungry - (A long life) AMG
I ’ll sing you a song - (A penny for a singer) BNR, LMG, MGF, MGRA,
NRB, PBMG
I ’ll tell you a story - (A short story) HBV, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF,
MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, PPAL, RMG, RS, SSN, VMG
Nursery rhymes
-513Unkncrwn (Cont’d)
-I- (Cont’d)
KP
I ’ll try - (Follow robin’s example and try) CBOV, PPAL
KP
I'm glad - COS, GF, HBV, N2
P
In a bird's egg - (is a baby bird) GC3
KP
In a cottage in Fife - (Nonsense) BNV, JHP, MGF,
Comical folk - RMG
KP
In April's sweet month - BNR
I
In Bethlehem City - (Christmas story) ABVC
RS
PI
In fir
tar is - (Tongue twister) LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM, NRB
KPI
In marble walls as white as milk - (Riddle-an egg) BNR, CBOP,
MGF, MGM, NRB, PPAL, PTR4, RS
Egg, An - GF, MGF, OTP
KPI
In May - (Child enjoys hearing birds sing in May) APA
HBV,
PI
In September - PFEM
I
In summer - (Little John happy on a May morning) CH
KP
In 8ummerit dies, in winter it grows - (Riddle - An icycle) AMG
PI
I n the evening from my window" - (Trains travel over many scenes)
SUSU
PI
I n the
month of April" - (April) RS
P
In the
month of February - (February announcer of spring) NRB, 01*5
PI
In time of prosperity - (Old saying - when friends are friends) BNR
I
Independence bell - July 4, 1776 - (When the Continental congress
adopted Declaration of Independence, the bell announced their decision)
BR4, DAD, TC5
PI
Indian hymn of thanks to mother corn, An - PCH
P
Indian lullaby. An
P
Indian song to the
I
Inscription at Mount Vernon - OHP
PI
Iris - MPB
- RAR
firefly - HR3
-514-
Unknown (Cont’d)
-I- (Cont’d)
KP
Is John Smith within? - (The blacksmith) BNR, BNV, BSMG, GWP, MGB,
MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OTP, RS, SSN, VMG
John Smith - RMG, TMG
KP
"It always runs, it never walks" - (Riddle - A wagon) AMG
PI
It costs little gossip, her income for shoes - LMG
PI
It snows'. it snows I - (Happy children) PFEM
KP
It’s once I courted a pretty lass - (Mistreated when he went
a-courting) MGM
KP
It’s raining, - it’s pouring - (A rainy day is the time to sleep)
JHP, LMG
PI
I ’ve seen you where you never were - (Riddle - Reflection in a mirror)
MGF
Reflection in a mirror - MGF
-J-
KP
Jack, a very good boy - MGF
KP
Jack and Jill - BNR, BSMG, ECP, HBV, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF, MSG, MGM,
MGRA, MGS, HI, NRB, OMG, OTP, PBI, PBMG, PCH, PPAL, RMG, ROR, RS, TMG,
SSN, VMG
Jack and Gill - BNV
KP
Jack be numble - BSMG, GRP, JHP, LMG, LR1, MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA, MSS,
NRB, PBI, PBMG, PCH, RS, TMG, VMG
Jack - RMG
KP
Jack Frost - (Jack Frost tries to get into the house) GF
PI
Jack Frost - GF, PFEM
KP
Jack Frost - (A mischievous) GF
KP
"Jack Hall" - RS
KP
Jaok Horner - OTP
PI
"Jaok in the pulpit, out and in - MGM, NRB
KP
Jack Jelf - RMG
Little Jack Jelf - BNR
KP
Jack Sprat - BNR, BNV, BSMG, HBV, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGG, MGM, MGRA,
MGS, NRB, OMG, OTP, PCH, PPAL, RMG, RS, TMG, VMG
Unknown (Cont'd)
-J- (Cont'd)
KP
Jack Spratt had a cat - LMG, MGM, MGRA
KP
Jack Spratt's pig - LMG, MGP, MGM
PI
Jaoky, come give me thy fiddle - MGM, NRB, RMG,
PI
Jane and Eliza - (Troubles of a truant child) ABVC
PI
January brings the snow - (Each month makes its
the seasons) JHP, MIRA
Garden year, The - PPAL
Months, The - BVC, DAD
Year, The - RMG, TMG
I
Jay bird,
KP
Jay bird a settin' - AMG
jay bird - (Teachers
are hard to please) AMG
Jeanie, come tie my - (Tie a cravat) MGM, MGRA
P
Jemima - (A bad little girl) BVC, GS
KP
Jemmy Jed went into a shed - (Scared
PI
Jenny was
a pretty girl -(Jenny’s
KP
Jenny was
so mad - MGP
KP
Jenny Wren - (Jenny Wren's nest) TMG
PI
KP
contribution to
Japanese bow, The - (The way to say good-day in Japan) SS3
KP
KP
VMG
by an owl)
MGM
friendalways out
did Jenny) OMG
Jenny Wren - (Jenny Wren fell sick) CBOP,MGM,OTP, TMG
Cruel Jenny Wren - RS
Jerry Hall, he is so small - (A small boy) LMG, MGB, RMG
Little Jerry Hall - GP
P
Jim and George were two great lords - (Two fighting lords) MGM,
KP
Jim Finley's pig - (Nursery rhyme) FTB
KP
Jocky was a piper's son - (Version of Tom he was
LMG, MGRA
PI
Joe Dobson - (A farmer who exchanged work with his wife found that
housekeeping is difficult) FTB
KP
Jog on, jog on, the foot-pathway - VMG
KP
"John Ball shot them all" - (Cumulative poem) PPAL
NRB
the piper’s son)
-516Unknown (Cont’d)
-J- (Cont’d)
I
John Barleycorn
PI
John Cook had a little grey mare; he, haw, hum - BSMG, MGB, MGM,
MGRA, NRB, OMG
KP
John, come sell thy fiddle - LMG, MGM
I
John Grumlie - (A husband, who stays home, learns
a hard worker) GS
KP
John Hobbs he had a gray mare - BNR
PI
Johnny Armstrong, my Jo - (Dividing a calf)
MGP, MGM
KP
Johnny shall have a new bonnett - BNR, HBV,
NRB, OMG, OTP, VMG
Why may not I love Johnny? - RMG
MGF, MGG, MGM,MGRA,
PI
- (John Barleycorn in Scotland) CB
that his wife is
Jolly Begger - BNV
PI
Jolly old sow once lived in a sty, A
OMG
KPI
Jonathan - (A cow laughed when a boy fellfrom
I
Joseph, Jesus and Mary - OHP
KP
Joseph Smith bought a rake - (A greedy man) LMG
I
Jovial beggar, The - (A lame man, forced to
vocation) CTBP, BVC
I
Jovial cobbler of Saint Helen's, The
work is the best) BVC
- (Pigs who tried to say "Grump)
a tree)
APA
beg, is happy in
his
- (A jovialcobbler thinks his
-KKPI
Kayak, The - GF, PCH, RLS5
I
Kemp Owyne - (Maiden released from magic spell by three kisses) STB
PI
Keys of Heaven, The - (How to test true love) FTB
KP
Kid, a kid, A - (Cumulative tale) BSMG
KPI
Kindness to animals - BVC, CBOU, GS, HBV, PPAL, OTP
I
King Alfred and the shepherd - (King Alfred visited a shepherd
incognito) STB
-517-
TJnknown (Cont’d)
-K- (Cont’d)
PI
King and Queen - (Greeting for a valentine) TY
I
King and the miller of Mansfield, The - STP
I
King James the first and the tinkler - (King James drank ale with
a tinker then made him a Knight) STB
I
King John and the abbot of Canterbury (old ballad) - (The abbot
must answer three questions or lose his life) ABVC, BB> BVC, CB,
CSBP, GN, GS, OTP, RGO, STP
I
King Leir and his three daughters (Old ballad) - BVC
P
The king of Prance - BUR, BSMG, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM,NORA,
OMG, PBMG, PPAL, RMG, TMG
PI
King Pippin’s hall - BNU, JHP, MGB
P
King’s cake, The - (After reading "King Alfred and thecakes")
PI
King’s Sutton is a pretty town - (A very satisfactory town) NRB
I
Kinmont Willie - (Rescue of from an English lord) BPB
I
Kitchen May-day song - DAD
PI
Kite, A - PCH
KP
Knock at the door - SSN
NRB,
N4
-li­
ra?
Ladies and gentlemen, come to supper - (Beans and butter for supper)
LMG, RMG
Hot boiled beans - RMG
KP
Lady bird , lday bird, fly away home -BUR, BSMG, CBOV, JHP, LMG, MGB,
MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OTP, PPAL, RMG, SSN, TMG, VMG
KP
Lady-buy - (Version of lady-bird) FH3, LMG, FTR2, RS
KP
Lady cow, lady cow - BSMG
I
Laid in my quiet bed - (Boy wishes to be a man - man wishes
older - old man wishes to be a boy) CH
I
Laidley worm o'Spindleston-Heughs, The - (Jealous stepmother cast
a spell on the princess but it was broken) STB
I
Laird o’logie, The - (Ballad of) CH
to be
-518-
Unknown (Cont’d)
-L- (Cont’d)
I
Lament of the border widow, The - OTP
Bonnie Bower, The - CH
KP
Land is white, The - (Riddle - paper and writing) MGF
Paper and writing - MGF
KPI
Lane, A - (Riddle - a lane) PCH
PI
Lark and the rook, The - (Discussion of their ways) CBOV, GS,
OTP, PR
I
Lass of Lochroyan, The - (A lover who died at sea) BFV
PI
Laughing ohorus, A - (A host of flowers begin to grow when called
by March) PFEM
PI
"Lavender blue, and rose mary green" - (A valentine verse) H, MGM
I
Lavender’s blue - (A verse for valentine’s day) BNV, CCP, CH, H,
MGB, PBMG
I
Lawlands of Holland, The - (The tragic fate of a lover) BPB, CH
I
Lazarus - (Biblical story) ABVC
KP
Lazy Mary - PBMG
KP
Lazy Tom, with jacket blue - (Stole father’s shoe) LMG, MGM
I
Learn a little every day - POS
KP
Learned song, A - (Alphabet) BNV
KP
Leather britches - AMG
KP
Leaves - (Riddle - leaves) GF
KP
Leaves - GF
KP
Left foot, right foot - AMG
KP
Leg over leg - (How the dog gets to Dover) BNR, MGB, MGF,
MGRA, NRB, OMG, RMG, TMG
KP
Lend me thy mare to ride a mile? - MGM, MGRA
KP
Let us go to the wood, says this pig - BSMG, MGB,
I
Letters at school, The - (The oonsonants can’t do
vowels - OTP
MGM,
MGM
without the
-519TJhknown (Cont’d)
-L- (Cont’d)
KP
PI
Liar, liar - BSMG
Light-hearted fairy, The - CBOV, C0BV1, GWP,
Fairy, The - CBOV, CFBP, PPAL
Oh, who is so merry, so merry - BUR
OTP, PCH, STJSU
PI
Like Washington - (G. Washington loved truth) H
PI
Lily Princess , The - MPB
PI
Lily’s ball - (Flower ball) PFEM
I
Lincoln - OHP
I
Lincolnshire poacher, The -
(Apprentice enjoyed poaching) BVC, CH
KP
Lion and the unicorn, The - BSMG, CFBP, LMG,
OMG, OTP, RMG, ROR, TMG, VMG
MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB,
I
Listen - (To the sounds of natural life in July)
NA5
KP
Listen, listen and you shall hear - (A disturbed
cow) AMG
P
PI
KP
Little alphabetical poem, A - ("These four lines contain all the
letters of the alphabet") ABVC, PB1
Little artist, The - (Jack Frost) PFEM
Little Betty blue - JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGG, MGM, MGRA, OMG, PBMG,
SSN, VMG
Betty blue - MGF, RMG, TMG
KP
Little Betty Winckle - (The sad fate of a pig) JHP, MGB
Dirge, A - BNV, BSMG
KP
Little Blue Billy - BSMG
P
Little blue Betty lived in a den - MGM
KP
Little Bob Snooks was fond of his books - (A good little boy and
a bad little boy) MGF, MGRA, PBMG
Bobby Snooks - RMG
KP
Little Bo-Peep - BNR, BSMG, GR2, HBV, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGG, MGM,
MGRA, MGS, Nl, NRB, OMG, OTP, PB1, PBM6, PCH, PPAL, FVYC, RMG, ROR,
RS, SSN, TMG, VMG
KP
ULttle boy blue" - BNR, BSMG, EC1, GRP, HBV, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF,
MGRA, MGS, Nl, NRB, OMG, OTP, PB1, PBMG, PCH, PPAL, FVYC, RMG,
RS, SSN, TMG, VMG
(Cont’d)
-L- (Cont’d)
Little boy went into a barn, A - (A boy frightened by an owl) MGM
Boy in the barn, The - RMG
Little boy crept into a barn, A - JHP, RMG
Little boy was in a barn, A - ECP
Little boy went into a barn - MGM
There was a little boy went into a barn - BNR, NRB, VMG
Little boy's pocket, A - (A b o y ’s collection) CBOV, PPAL
Little brown bug, The - (A proud little buy is eaten in the midst
of his adventure) PVYC
Little Cock Robin peeped out of his cabin - (What robin does when
winter comes) LMG
Little oock-sparrow - (A sparrow escapes from a boy) BSMG, C0BV1,
MGB, MGRA, MGS, NRB, OMG, OTP
Boy and the sparrow - RMG, TMG
"A little cock-sparrow sat on a tree" - (Cock-sparrow escapes from
boy, who planned to shoot it) MGM
Little dame crump - (How little dame crup found a penny, bought a
pig and get the pig home) FTB, PCH
Little Dicky Dilver - (A cruel husband) MGB
Little disaster, The - (Child fell over plow, animals and father
oame to rescue) SSN
Little doves, The - CB, PFEM, PPAL, SSN
Little dreamer, The - (Boy dreamed of stars falling in his cap) PVYC
Stars - GF
Little drops of water - (How the land is made) LMG, MGF, PBMG
Little things - PGI, TY
"Little Dutch Gretchen sat in the kitchen" - SSN
Little Fred - (At bedtime) HBV, RMG, TMG
Little gentleman, The - (How to behave at meals) HBV
Little girl, little girl, where have you been? - (Gathering roses for
the queen) BNR, IMG, MGF, MGRA, NRB, OMG, PBMG, VMG
Little girl and queen - RMG, TMG
Little girl’s fancies, A - (A child’s enjoyment of nature) CLP
-521-
Unknown (Cont’d)
-L- (Cont’d)
P
Little guinea-pig - ABVC
P
Little Jack Frost - CBOV, C0BV1
P
Little Jack Frost - CFBP,EC1, GF, HR2, PFEM, PPAL
KP
Little Jack-a-dandy - (Cried for what he wanted) BNR, BSMG, MGRA
KP
Little Jaok H o m e r - BNR, BNV, BSMG, EC1, HBV, JHP, IMG, MGB, MGF,
MGG, MGM, MGRA, MGS, NRB, OMG, OTP, PB1, PBMG, PCH, RMG, RRP, RS,
SSN, TMG, VMG
KP
Little Jack Jingle - BSMG, MGF, MGM
Jack Jingle - MGF, RMG, TMG
KP
Little Jack Nory - (Tries to ride a cock horse) MGM
P
Little Jack Pumpkin face - PCH, WR3
KP
Little Jenny Wren - BSMG, JHP, MGB, RMG
As- little Jenny Wren was sitting by the shed - MGRA
Jenny Wren - RMG, TMG
KP
Little John jiggy jag - (Fell into a stream on the way to court a
lady) MGM
KP
Little King Boggen he built a fine hall - BNR, LMG,
KP
Little kittens, The - (Two quarrelsome kittens) PG1
One stormy night - PCH, WR2
Quarrelsome kittens, The - CB0V1
Two little kittens - CCP, CFBP, PB2, RRN, SSN, UTS
KP
Little lad, little lad - LMG, MGG
PI
MGM, RMG, .VMG
Little lazy cloud, The - (The lazy cloudrsfbsedtohelp theflowers grow
until forced to) PFEM
KP
Little maid, little maid - LMG, MGG
KP
Little maid, pretty maid - BNR, LMG, MGM, MGRA,PPAL, RMG,
KP
Little Miss Donnet - (A beautiful bonnet) LMG
KP
Little Miss Lily - (Too long address) LMG
KP
Little Miss Mopsey - (Older version of little Miss Muffet) BSMG
KP
TMG
"Little Miss Muffet" - BNR, BSMG, GRP, HBV, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGG,
MGM, MGRA, MGS, NRB, OMG, OTP, PBI, PCH, PPAL, RMG, ROR, RS, SSN,
TMG, VMG
Unknown (Cont’d)
-L- (Cont’d)
KP
"Little mother maybe" - (A tea party) SSN
KP
Little mouse, The - RMG
PI
Little Nancy Etticoat - (Riddle - candle) BNR, BSMG,
MGF, MGM, MGRA, NP2, NRB, PB1, PPAL, RR1, RS, VMG
Candle, A - GF, OTP, RMG, TMG
Little Nancy Etticoat - MGF, PCH
KP
Little old man and I fell out, A - (Two people quarrel) BSMG, MGF,
NRB
KP
Little old man came riding by, A - AMG
KP
Little Poll parrot - (A mouse steals Poll’s dinner) LMG, MGM
KP
Little Polly Flinders - (Careless girl spoils her clothes by
sitting too near the fire) BNR, HBV, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGRA, NRB,
OMG, OTP, PBMG, RMG, SSN, TMG, VMG
Polly Flinders - MGF
KP
Little priest of Felton, The - PPAL
PI
Little raindrops - (A naughty child watches the rain on the window)
CHR2, PFEM
KPI
Little red hen, The - (The hen had to preparethe wheat and bread
alone so would not share with her neighbors) FTB
KP
Little robin grieves, The - (The robin in winter finds food) VMG
KP
Little robin red breast - (A saucy little bird) BNR, BSMG, GF, HBV,
MGF, MGM, NRB, OMG, PB1, PBMG, PPAL, RMG, RS, SSN, TMG, VMG
Robin redbreast - H BV, OTP
KP
Little robin redbreast jumped upon the wall - (A cat after a robin)
MGB, MGF, MGM
KP
tittle robin red-breast sat upon a rail" - LMG, MGF, MGM, NRB, OMG
KP
Little Sally Waters - PBMG
KP
Little ships must keep the shore - MGF
PI
Little snowflakes - (The snow flakes fall so gently) PFEM
KP
Little spring - (Throwing off winter coverlets) GF
KP
Little tee wee - (Sad fate in a boat) MGF, MGM, MGRA, PBMG, VMG
HBV, LMG,
MGB,
-523-
Unknown (Cont’d)
-L- (Cont’d)
KP
Little Tom Tittlemouse - (Lived in a bell house) MGM, TMG
KP
Little Tom Twig - (Shot a sparrow) BNR, LMG
KP
Little Tommy Grace - (An unhappy boy made happy) BSMG, LMG, MGM
KP
Little Tommy Tittlemouse - (A boy who enjoyed fishing) JHP, LMG,
MGB, MGP, MGG, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, VMG
Tommy Tittlemouse - RMG, TMG
KP
Little Tommy Tuoker - BNR, BNV, BSMG, GRP, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGG, MGM,
MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, PBMG, PCH, PPAL, RNG, RS, SSN, TMG, VMG
Tommy Tucker - MGF
PI
Little toy land of the Dutch, The - CU3, EG4, GF, MPB, PB2
PI
Lives in winter - (Riddle-icicle) MGB
Icicle, An - RMG
KPI
Load of hay - (Wishing on a load of hay) RS
PI
Logic - (Play on plurals of words) PCH
PI
Logical song, or the conjurer’s reason for not getting money, A (A play on words) BNV, BSMG
KP
London Bridge - (Game) BNR, CH, C0BV1, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OTP, PBMG,
PCH, RMG, TMG
KP
Long legs,
NRB, PPAL,
Pair of
Tongs -
KP
Long, long ago - (Christmas story) EGR3, GF, MPB, OHP, RAR
KP
Long timeago - (A mousie escapes from the kitty) CBOV, TV
KP
Looby loo - BNR
I
Lord Beichan and Susie Pye - (Susie Pye followed Lord Beichan to
England after she had released him from prison) GN
Young Beichan and Susie Pye - STB
I
Lord lovel - (Old ballad) CSBP, LC, OTP, PPOG, STB
I
Lord Randel - (Lord Randal was poisoned) BB, CTP, LC
PI
Lordings, listen to our lay - (To all those who Christmas love) OHP
crooked thighs - (Tongs) BNR, BSMG, HBV, MGB, MGM, MGRA,
RS
tongs - OTP
MGF, RMG
Unknown (Cont’d)
-L- (Cont’d)
KP
Lost shoe, The - (What happens when a princess loses her shoe)
RMG, TMG
PI
Lost-three little robins - (Boy stole baby robins) DAD
I
Love will find out the way (old Eng.) - GN, OTP
P
Love your own, kiss your own - (Love your own mother) NRB, LMG,
MGRA, MGM
P
Lucky stone, The - (An indian boy’s luck piece) AJ2
KP
Lucy Locket - (Loses her pocket book) BNR, BSMG, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF,
MGG, MGRA, PBMG, PCH, PPAL, RMG, TMG, VMG
I
Lully, Lully - (Song in old English) CH
-M-
I
Mad Farmer’s song - RS
KP
Made in London - (A cork) LMG, MGB, MGM
I
Maid freed from the gallows, The - CTBP
PI
Maid to her cock, The - (Begs the cock not to crow before morn) PCH
KP
Magic vine, The - (A vine produced a jack-o-lantern and a pie)
GF, PVYC
PI
Make three fourths of a cross, and a circle complete - (Tobaoco)
HBV, LMG, MGB
PI
Mammoth Hunter’s song - (Cave m e n ’s song) UA6
PI
Man in the moon, The - (Nonsense) CFBP, C0BV1, GF, GWP, MC, NS3,
OMG, OTP, PBS, PP03, RR3
KP
Man in the moon, The - BNR, BSMG, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB,
PPAL, ROR, SSN, TMG, VMG
KP
Man in the moon looked out of the moon, The - (Bedtime for children)
JHP, LMG
Bedtime - RMG, TMG
Children’s bedtime, The - PCH
KP
Man in the wilderness asked of me - BNR, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM,
MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, PPAL, RMG, TMG, VMG
KP
Man of Bombay, The - RMG
Unknown (Cont’d)
-M- (Cont'd)
KP
I
I
Man of Derby, The - MGM, RMG
Maroh - (March wind) POS
"March brings the lamb" - (March weather) RS
I
March of the three kings - OHP, PB4
KP
March wind, The - (The work of the March wind) GF
KPI
March winds and April showers - BNR, HBV, MGB, MGRA, NRB, OTP,
PPAL, RMG, TMG
KP
Margery Mutton-pie and Johnny Bo-peep
I
Mary Ambree - ABVC, BPB, OTP
KP
Mary had a little lamb - AMG, BNR,GR2,
MGS, OMG, OTP, PBMG, PVYC, RL1
Mary’s lamb - RMG, TB, TMG
KP
Mary had a pretty brid - BNR, LMG, MGF, NRB, OMG, PPAL
KP
Mary, Mary quite contrary - BNR, GRP, JHP, LMG, MGG, MGRA, MGS, OMG,
OTP, PPAL, RMG, TMG
KP
M ary’s canary - RMG
P
Masquerade, A - (Dressing up) CLP
I am hisman
- LMG, MGB, MGM
KP
Master I have, and
KP
Matthew, Mark, Luke and
John -(Bed charm)
MRB, OMG, OTP, RS, TMG
Bed charm - ABVC, PCH
Four corners to my bed - MGF
Prayer - T
Safe in bed - CBOP
JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGRA,
-MGB, MGM, MGRA, NRB,
BSMG, MGB,MGF, MGM, MGRA,
PI
May day - (All nature calls on May day) CCP, RS
P
May song (English rhyme) - (Spring
PI
May song - (A herald of spring) H
P
Maypole dance - (Celebrating the first of May) GR4
I
Mermaid, The - CFBP
I
Mermaid, The - CH
RMG
is coming) S4
Unknown (Cont ’d )
-M- (Cont’d)
KP
"Merry are the bells and merry would they ring" - CBOP, LMG> MGB,
MGF, NRB, OTP, PPAL
KP
Merry bells of London, The - MGF
KP
Merry green fields of England - (Thesounds
animals) FTB
PI
Merry rain - PFEM
PI
Merry sunshine - (Where do you go at nigjrt?) MPB, PFEM, RAR
KPI
Milk below - (The milk peddlar)-PCH
I
Milking pails - CH
P
Milkman, The - (Comes each day with milk) CUl
KP
Milkman, milkman, where have you been? MGM
PI
Mimic, The - (Child reproved for mimicing) ABVC
KP
Miss Jane had a bag, and a mouse was in it - (Themouse
BNR, LMG, MGM, VMG
KP
Miss Jenny Jones - PBMG
made by different farm
gotaway)
I
Mr. Bourne and his wife - (Don’t interfer with a husband and wife
who are quarreling) FTB
P
Mister East gave a feast - OTP
Winds, The - RMG, TMG
PI
Mr. Finney’s Turnip - GF, HBV
PI
Mr. Nobody - (Mr. Nobody is responsible for allthe thingswhich
happen and about which nobody knows in a home) CBOV, CFBP, C04,
C0BV1, GS, GWP, HBV, NS2, PB4, PP04, RAR, TC4, WR4
KP
Mrs. Bond she went down to the pond - (-to get wag-tails) MGRA
KP
Mistress Mary - BSMG, MGB, MGF, PB1, RS, SSN, TMG
KP
Mistress Mary, quite contrary - HBV, MGM, NRB, PBMG, PCH, VMG
I
Mocking-bird, The - (Mockingbird becomes friendless because of
mimicry) ABVC
PI
Monday*8 child is fair of face - (Each week day gives
a gift to
c h ild r e n b o m on t h a t d a y ) CCP, HBV, JH P , LMG, MGF, MGRA, NRB, PPAL,
VMG
B irth d a y s - CFBP, O TP, PBS
Days o f b i r t h - BVC
M o n d ay's b a ir n i s f a i r o f fa c e - OMG
Week o f b ir t h d a y s , A - RMG
-527Unknown (Cont’d)
- M - (Cont'd)
KP
Mollie, my sister and I fell out - (Couldn’t agree over coffee
and tea) JHP, MGRA, MGE, MGM
Coffee and tea - RMG
P
Money and the mare - (Lend me thy mare) RMG
I
Monk and his pet cat, The - (Each works and plays in his own way) CH
KP
Monkey, monkey, bottle of beer - (Counting out
KP
Monkey on the railroad -- AMG
KP
Monkey put puss in the cook's dinner pot, The -(Playing a trick on
pussy) GF
P
Moon, The - (Sends its light to earth) GR2
KP
Moon, The - (To be said to the new moon) PCH
KP
Moon it shines, The - SSN
PI
Moon ship, The -
KP
Moss was a little man, and a little mare did buy - (A runaway
mare) MGM
KP
Mother, may I go out to swim? - AMG, OTP, RS, SSN
I
Mother nature - (How mother nature treats her flowers in autumn) PFEM
PI
Mother Tabby skins - (A deceitful old cat is punished) FTB
I
Mother’s song - GN, T
PI
Mousikie - (A cat kept a mouse from the cheese)
PI
Much love - (Valentine greeting) PCH
KP
Muffin man, The - PBMG
KP
Mulberry bush, The - (Nursery game) EC1, PB1, PBMG, RRP
All around the mulberry bush - RS
Here we go round the mulberry bush - IMG, MGF, MGRA, OMG
PI
*Multiplication is vexation" - (Arithmetic is difficult) BNR, BSMG,
JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA, OMG, OTP, RMG, RS, TMG
P
Music of labor -
(Sounds of industry) CZ4
KP
Mutton-bone, The
- (The cat has amutton-bone) RMG
rhyme)
RS
GF
APA
-528Unknown (Cont’d)
-M- (Cont'd)
I
My country - POS
P
My country’s flag - (A pledge to the flag) WR3
PI
My daddy is dead - (An improvident son) BSMG
KP
My dear, do you know - BUR, BSMG, MGM, MGRA, NRB, PPAL, VMG
KP
My dolly hung her stocking up - (At Christmas) GP
PI
My father he died - (Mismanagment of his inheritance) BNR, MGB,
MGF, MGM, NRB
P
My father was a Frenchman - (Game) MGM
PI
"My grandmother sent me a new fashioned, three-cornered,cambric,
country-cut,handkerchief" - (Tongue twister) MGM
I
My handsome Gilderoy - (Ballad of a highwayman) CH
PI
My lady wind, my lady wind - (Trying to get into thehouse)
BSMG, C0BV2, HBV, MGB, MGF, NRB, OTP, PCH, PPAL
KP
My learned friend and neighbor pig - MGB
KP
My little maid - (Going for a maiden) RMG,TMG
BNR,
My little old man and I fell out - (Quarrel over money) LMG, MGM,
MGRA, NRB, OMG, VMG
Quarrel, The - RMG
My little wife and I fell out - MGS
KP
My little pony - SSN
P
My little sister - (She is worth her weight
P
My lov® ” RMG
I
My l w e ’s in Germany - (He fell in battle)
KP
My maid Mary - CBOP, CB0V1, LMG, MGM, NRB, PCH, PPAL, RMG, RS, TMG
I
My mistress is as fair as fine - (Description)CH
KP
My mother and your mother - IMG, MGG, SSN
I
My plaid a w a ’ - (Wind blown) CH
KP
My pussy-cat has got the gout - IMG
in gold) OTP
CH
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Unknown (Cont’d)
-M- (Cont’d)
KP
My story’s ended - BNR* LMG, MGM
I
My sweet sweeting - (To * baby) CH
PI
My true love lives far from me - (Riddle
BNR, MGM, NRB
KP
My umbrella - (Protection from rain) RRP
- cherryand goose)
-NKP
Nancy Dawson has grown
so fine - (A
lazyperson)
LMG,RMG
KP
Nasturtiums, The - GF
PI
Nature requires five - (How much time should a person sleep?)
MGB, MGM, NRB
I
Nature’s creed - OHP
KP
Naughty Willy bell - (Disobeyed and fell into the well)
I
Nautilus and the Ammonite, The - PEC
I
Nay, Ivy, Nay - (English Christmas song or game) CH
KP
Needle - (Riddle - needle) GF
KP
Needles and pins, needles and pins - (An oldsaying) BNR,
MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, RMG, TMG
I
Neighbors of Bethlehem, The - OHP
KP
New Moon, new moon, deolare to me - (Shall
MGF
PI
New Year - (Gifts of the new year) DAD, H
I
New Year, The - DAD
I
New Year carol, A - CH
KP
Nick and a nock, A - RMG
I
Noble fisherman, The - (Robinhoodbecomes
boat and divides the prize money) RHB
I
Noble riddle, The - (She answered hisquestions and
PI
Norseman, The - SY, HA4
Isee my
BSMG, MGM
LMG, MGB,
lovetonight?)
a fisherman,
wins a French
he wed
her) STB
- 530-
Unknown (Cont’d)
-N- (Cont’d)
I
Northwind and the child, The - (Northwind watched by a child) PCH
KP
North wind doth blow, The - (Robin will be cold when North wind blows)
BNR, C0BV1, EC2, GF, JHP, IMG, MGRA, NRB, OTP, PBI, PPAL, RS, SSN, VMS
First snow,
The - PFEM
North wind,
The - MGB, MGF, MGM, OMG, PBMG, FVYC, TMG
Poor robin - CBOP
Robin, The - RMG
What will robin do - PCH
KP
North wind, north wind - oh, whither so fast? - (Blowing snowflakes)
GF
I
Northern star,
KP
Nose, nose jolly red nose - LMG,
KP
Now go to sleep my little son - LMG
I
Now thrice welcome Christmas - OHP
KP
Now what do you think - MGRA
I
Now wolde - (Love wife tho'
faraway)
KPI
Now y o u ’re married you must
obey -(Nursery game) RS
P
FL "Number, number nine, this hoop’s mine" - MGM
KP
Nursery games - HBV, LGM, MGB, MGF, PPAL
KP
Nut - (Riddle
- Nut) GF
KP
Nut - (Riddle
- Nut) GF
KP
Nuts - (Riddle - Nuts) GF
KP
Nuts - (Riddle - Nutp) GF
PI
Nutting - PFEM
The - (A sailor’s maid awaiting hisreturn) BFV, CTBP
-
MGB, MGM, MGRA
CH
0-
PI
0 for a booke
-(Better
PI
0 lark of the
summermorning - (From the
PI
01 mother, I shall be married - (Play on the word Punchinello)
MGB, MGM
than gold) CH, PCH
Japanese) PFEM
-531Unknown (Cont’d)
-0- (Cont’d)
KP
0 rare Harry Parry - MGM
PI
0 that I was where I would be - (Tongue twister) NRB
KP
0, the little rusty, dusty, rusty, miller - MGM, MGRA
I
0, where are you going - MGM
KPI
Oats, peas, beans and barley grow - (Nursery game) RS
KP
Obadiah jumped in the fire - AMG
I
Ode to rain - (Russian peasant asking for rain for his
PCH
grain -
I
Of all the birds - (Description of pet sparrow) CH
KP
Of all the gay birds that e ’er I did see - (An owl) BSMG,
IMG, MGM, PBMG
KP
Oh’
,
P
Oh, I am so happy - (A happy morning rising) UMG
PI
Oh, madam, I will give you the keys of Canterbury - (Thewooing of
a difficult maiden) NRB
PI
Ohl
KP
Oh, the grand old Duke
KP
Oh, that I was
KP
Oh where and oh where is m y little wee dog - OTP
KP
Old
KP
Old Betty Blue
- (Loss of a shoe) NRB
I
Old Carol - (I
sing of a maiden) PAD
I
Old
PI
Old Christmas carol - (FL "God bless the master of thishouse")
EC2, GR5, PB1, TY, WP2
Christmas carol, A - OHP
Old carol - APA, IMG, MGF, NRB, OMG, TY
JHP,
dear I what can the matter be? - BNR^ LMG, MGF, OTP
Bunch of blue ribbons - CH, RMG, TMG*
O h ’, d e a r ’
. - RMG, CH
Susanna - (Nonsense song) RS
of York - (-marching his soldiers) MGF, MGRA
where I would be - BNR, MGF, MGM
Abram Brown is dead and gone - NRB, OMG, RS
Christmas - (Christmas hospitality - ABVC, OHP
-532Unknown (Cont’d)
-0- (Cont’d)
PI
Old Christinas greeting, An - MPB
I
Old Christinas returned - GN, OHP
I
Old courtier, The - (A courtier of the Queen) BVC
PI
Old erow, The - (A tailor tried to shoot a crow but shot his
instead) FTB
I
Old crummies - (Nursery rhyme) FTB
KP
Old dame cricket - (A cricket concert to make the dark earth glad)
CFBP, C0BU1, GF
KPI
Old English carol, An - (Sing high, sing low) TY
KP
Old father grey beard - LMG, MGM
KPI
Old goose and her goslings, The - (Mother goose advises her
children how to protect themselves from the fox) BSMG
KPI
Old gray goose, The - FTB
KP
Old Grimes is dead - LMG, MGF, OTP, RMG
KP
Old King Coel - (Version of King Cole) BSMG
KP
Old King Cole - BNR, BSMG, GWP, HBV, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM,
MGRA, MGS, NRB, OMG, OTP, PB1, PPAL, PVYC, RMG, RS, TMG, VMG
KP
Old man, The - (There was an old man in a velvet coat)BSMG,
I
Old man of the sea, The - BNV
KP
Old man Persnicketty - AMG
PI
Old man who lived in a wood, The - (Man offered to
his wife but did not do well) MPB, STP
Change about - PB3
I
Old may song - (A herald of May) CH, H
P
Old mistress McShuttle - MGM
KP
Old mother goose when she wanted to wander - BNR, JHP,MGB,
MGM, MGRA, NRB, 0113, OTP, PBMG, PPAL, RMG, RS, TMG, VMS
KP
Old mother hubbard - (A woman who owned an unusual dog) BSMG, GR2,
HBV, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM, MGS, MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, PB2, PBMG,
RMG, RS, SSN, TMG, VMS
sow
RMS
change work with
MGF,
-533Unknown (Cont’d)
'
KP
-0- (Cont’d)
Old mother twitchett - (Riddle - needle and thread) BNR, BR3,
MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB, RR1, RS
Needle and thread - OTP, RMG
KP
Old mother Widdle Waddle - (A fox steals her hen) JHP
KP
Old mother Witch - RS
P
Old paint - (Cowboy song) RL3
PI
Old R a t ’s tale. An - (Lovers) CFBP, GF, TC5
PI
Old song - (Winter has been here too long) PCH
I
Old song written during Washington’s life - OHP
KPI
HBV,
Old woman and her pig, The - (A emulative tale) BSMG, MGRA, NRB
Old woman was sweeping her house - MGB
KP
Old woman at the tub, The - (Washday) PBMG
KP
Old woman from France, The - (A dancing mistress) RMG
KP
Old woman lived in Nottingham town - LMG
KP
Old woman must stand at the tub, The - (Washing clothes) LMG
KP
Old woman of Gloucester, The - (-and her talkative parrot)
RMG
KP
Old woman, old woman, shall we go a-shearing? BSMG, MGB, MGF,
MGRA, NRB, OTP, RS, VMG
Shall we go a-shearing - RMG
MGM,
PI
On New Yearte Day - (Three ships come sailing in on New Year’s
NRB, RS
day)
I
Once - (Once I was a monarch’s daughter) CH
KP
Once I saw a little bird - (Child invites a little bird to stop
but bird flies away) BNR> C0BV1, GF, HC1, MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB,
OMG, PB1, FTR1, PVYC, RRP, SSN
Little bird, The - PBMG, RMG, TMG
P
Once in my life I married a wife - MGM
KP
Once there was a snowman - (Snowman wanted to get into the house)
KP
FL One day an old cat and her kittens - (were frightened by dogs) MGM
KP
One foot up, the other foot down - MGG
KP
One for the money - (Starting off a race) AMG, C0W1, LMG
GF
-534-
Unknown (Cont’d)
-0- (Cont’d)
KP
One he loves; two, he loves - (Flower charm) LMG, MGF, MGRA, RMG, TMG
PI
One March day - (March wind lifts child off his feet) PCH
KP
One misty, moisty morning - BNR, BSMG, HBV, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM,
MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, PPAL, RMG, RS, SSN, TMG, VMG
P
One moonshiny night - MGM
PI
One old Oxford Ox - (A counting tongue twister) MGB, MGM, OTP
KP
One to make ready - (The start off of a race) BNR, MGF, MGM,
MGRH, NRB, OMG
Line up, A - PCH
KP
One, two, buckle my shoe - (Counting out rhyme) AMG,BNR, EC1,
HBV, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP,PB1,PPAL,
RMG, RS, SSN, TMG, VMG
Numerical nursery rhyme - PCH
KP
One, two,three - (I love coffee) MGF, MGM
KP
One, two, three - (Towser bothered by insects) AMG
KP
One, two, three - (Cat is in the cupboard) ECP
KP
One, two, three, four, five, catching fishes all alive - (Counting
rhyme) JHP, LMG, MGF, MGRA, PBMG, RMG
KP
One, two, three, four, five, I caught a hare alive - (Counting out
rhyme) BNR* BSMG, LMG, MGF, Nl, VMG
One to ten - MGB, RMG
1, 2, 3, 4, 5 - MGM, TMG
KP
One, two, three, four, five, I caugjvt a pig alive - GRP, NWP
KP
One, two, three, four, Mary at the cottage door - (Counting out
game) LMG, MGRA
Mary at the door - PCH
KP
One, two, three, four, five, six, seven - (2L "All good children
go to heaven) MGF, RS (Counting out rhyme)
KP
One, two, three, the bumble-bee - (Counting out rhymes) RS
KP
Qnery, twoery - (Counting out rhyme) MGF, MGM
KP
One-ery, ore-ery, ickery, Ann -(Counting out rhyme) RS
P
One’s none - (Counting) MGM
- 535-
Unknown (Cont'd)
-0- (Cont’d)
PI
Open secret, An - (Flowers, insects, brooks pass a secret to robin Spring is here'.) PB2
I
Origin of violets - POS
P
Orioles, The - (Hungry) - CLP
I
Ouo’ the tweed to the till - CH
KP
Our Baby's rabbits - (Baby plays with the rabbits) SSN
I
Our Country - (FL "Our country', ’tis a glorious land)
PI
Our mother - (But only one mother the wide world over) CBOV,
OHP, OTP, PPAL
KP
Our Saucy boy, Dick - MGM
PI
Our Sir Robin - (In winter and summer robin cheers)
I
Outlandish knight, The - RS
PI
Out-of-door arithmetic - (Arithmeticpun
TC5
H,
PFEM
-seasoncycle) PFEM
P
Over and over again - (Cycle of life is eternal) PG1
KP
Over the water and over the sea - MGM, MGRA, NRB, OTP,
TMG
Over the water and over the lea - BSMG, MGB, MGF
KP
Over the water and under the water - (Riddle - icicle, ships
nail) LMG
Ships nail - RMG
PI
Owl, The - SSN
PI
Oxen, The - PFEM
PI
Oxfordshire children’s may song - BVC, OTP
I
Oxfordshire Guy Fawkes' song - BVC
PI
Oyster, The - RS
-P-
KP
P double inkin - (Counting out rhyme) GF
KP
P with a little 0 - (How to spell post office) AMG
RMG, RS,
Unknown (Cont'd)
-P~ (Cont'd)
KP
"Pace, pace, go the ladies, ohl" - SSN
PI
Pansy Song - PFEM
KP
Pat it, kiss it - (To be said when baby hurts her hand)
SSN
KP
Pat, pat', a little cake - (Nursery game) SSN
KP
Pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake, baker's man'. - (Nursery game) BNR, BNV,
BSMG, GRP, JHP, IMG, MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, PBMG,
PCH, PPAL, RMG, RS, SSN, TMG, VMG
PI
Peacock, The - (A proud bird) PFEM
KP
Pease-porridge hot - (Nursery games) BNR,BNV,BSMG, JHP, LMG,
MGB, MGF, MGM, Nl, NWP, PCH, PPAL, RMG, RS, TMG, VMG
Pease-pudding hot - HBV, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP
KP
Peckerwood a-settin’ on a swingin' limb - AMG
KP
Peedy, peedyj pally, ludy; lady whistle - (To be said tobaby's
fingers) SSN
P
Pemmy was a pretty girl - (Fanny was a better) MGM
I
Perfect greyhound, The - BVC, PCH
I
Perseverance - (The King of Scotland learns the lesson
ance from a spider) TB
of persever­
KP
Peter, Peter pumpkin eater - HBV, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF,
MGS, OTP, PCH, PPAL, RS, TMG, VMG
Pumpkin-eater, The - RMG
MGM,
MGRA,
PI
Peter Piper picked a peck - (A tongue twister) BNR, BSMG, HBV, LMG,
MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, RMG, TMG
Charm - RS
KP
Peter White - (Things never go right) BNR, BSMG, JHP, IMG, MGB, MGF,
MGM, NRB, OTP, PPAL, RS
KP
Pettitoes are little feet, The - (Baby’s feet) MGM
KP
Phoebe rode ananny-goat - LMG
KP
Pickeleem, pickeleem pummie-stone - (A broken doll) LMG
PI
Pigeon house, The - PFEM
KP
Piper's cow, The - (Nonsense) MGB, RMG, TMG
-537-
Unknown (Cont'd)
-P- (Cont'd)
KP
Pit pat, well a day - (Robin flew away) BNR, JHP, LMG, MGB
KP
Pitty Patty polt - (Shoe the oolt) LMG
PI
Planted himself to grow - (A little boy planted himself so he
would grow into a man) PFEM
KP
Play, play every day - (How to grow up to be a man) LMG
PI
Playful crickets, The - (A grasshopper who would like to play
with crickets) RS
PI
Pleasant history of little Jack Horner, The - BSMG
PI
Please to remember - (The gun powder plot) LMG, MGB, MGM, MGRA,
NRB, OMG
Oh, please to remember - BSMG
KP
Poll parrot - (Mouse steals parrot's dinner) PBMG
PI
Polliwog, The - (Life cycle of a polliwog) PFEM
KP
Polly, Dolly, Kate and Molly - (Foolish girls) LMG
KP
Polly put the kettle on (Nursery rime) - BNR, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF,
MGG, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, PBMG, PCH, SSN, VMG
Polly and Sukey - RMG, MG
KP
Poor dog bright - IMG, SSN
I
Poor lady dumpling - (Nonsense verse about a fat lady) FTB
I
Poor old horse - CH
I
Poor old horse - (A mistreated old horse) BVC
PI
TPoor old Robinson Crusoe" - BNR, BSMG, MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG,
OTP, RMG, RS, TMG
Robinson Crusoe - MGF
KPI
Pop*, goes the weasel - (Nursery game) PBMG, RS
PI
Poppies - (Japanese) MPB
P
Popping corn - PB1
KP
Ossum up a gum 6tump - (Nonsense)AMG
KP
Potatoes - (Riddle - potatoes) GF
- 5 38 -
Unknown (Cont’d)
-P- (Cont’d)
I
Praise - (Thanks to God for spring and its promise of plenty) PCH
PI
Praise God - PPAL
KP
Prayer, A - CBOV, RAR, TY
PI
Prayer - (Bless the home) T
KP
Prayer, A - RAR
I
Prayer
for a little home - (A home to return to) CSR6
PI
Precise guinea-pig,
The - (Nonsense - nature of pigs) TB
I
Press-Gang, The - (Impressing me for the navy) CBOP
P
Pretty brook, A - (Jack Frost changes running brook) GF
PI
Pretty game, A - (How the rainbow is made) COBV-1
KP
Pretty
John Watts - (Please drive away the rats) RMG, VMG
KP
Pretty little red-bird - AMG
KP
Pretty maid - OTP
I
Proud Lady Margaret - (Lady Margaret’s brother returned from the
grave to warn her against pride) STB
KP
Pumpkin - (Jack-o-lantern) GF
KP
Punch and Judy - (Fighting over a pie)
KP
P-u-n-kin - (How to spell pumpkin pie)
KP
Pussicat, wussicat, with a white foot - MGM, OTP, PPAL
Pussy cat, pussy cat with a white foot - CFBP, MGRA, NRB
KP
Pussy sits beside the fire - MGM, NRB,
KP
Pussy cat, pussy cat, where have you been - (A visit to the queen)
BNR, BSMG, CFBP, EC1, GR2, HBV, JHP, LMG, IRP, MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA,
NPP, NRB, NWF, OMG, OTP, PB1, PBMG, PCH, PPAL, RS, SSN, TMG, VMG
Pussy cat and queen - RMG
PI
Pussy Willow, The - (Dainty pussy willows)
KP
Pussy willows - (Springtime) GF
KP
Pussy-cat and the dumplings - (Cat ate the dumplings) MGM, RMG, TMG
MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, TMG
AMG
OTP, PBMG, PPAL, SSN
PFEM
Unknown (Cont,d)
-P- (Cont’d)
KP
Pussy-cat mole - CFBP, GF, LMG, MGF, MGM, MGRA, OTP, SSN, VMG
Pussy-cat mew - BNR, CBOP, C0BV1, PCH, RMG
KP
Pussy-cat
MGF, NRB,
sits by the fire - (A friendly pussy and dog) BNR, LMG,
RMG, RS, TMG, VMG
-Q-
KP
Queen Anne, Queen Anne, you sit
in the
KP
Queen of hearts, The - (Tarts made by the queen, disappear) BNR,
BSMG, HBV, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, PB1, PBN2,
PPAL, RS, TMG, VMG
Tarts, The - PCH, RMG
KP
Queen, queen Caroline - (-proud
I
Question and answer - ABVC
I
Quoth John to Joan - (A proposal from a busy farmer) CH
of her
sun - NRB
hair) JHP
-RKP
Rabbit, rabbit, rabbit pie - (Buy a rabbit pie) MGRA, NRB
I
Rabbits, The - PPAL, RLSS, SSN
KP
Rabbits, The - C0BV1, PCH
PI
Raccoon, The - PFEM
IP
Raggle taggle gypsies, The - (A lady who ran away with the gypsies)
CFBP, MPB, PB3, PP03
Wraggle taggle gypsies, The - CH
P
Ragman, The - FTW
PI
”Rail-road crossing” - RS
KP
Rain - (Riddle - rain) GF
KP
Rain, The - (The mischievous rain
pane) GF
KP
Rain, The - (The rain plays an April fool triok) GF
PI
Rain, The - (Tflhat makes the rain,
PI
Rain before seven - (Fortelling the weather) HBV, OTP
Good tidings - BVC
Signs - RS
tried to get through the window
mamma? - Rain cycle) PFEM
Unknown (Cont’d)
-R- (Cont’d)
KP
*Rain, rain, go away" - (a wishing charm) BNR, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGP,
MGM, MGRA, NRB, PBMG, RMG, RS, SSN, TMG
KP
Rain, rain go to Spain - (Weather saying)MGRA,OMG, RMG, TMG
P
Rain song - (Rain in the garden) GR2
I
"Rainbow at night" - (Weather sings) BNR, GR2, HBV, OTP, PPAL, RS
Sailor's weather proverbs - PCH
PI
Raindrops * (African children glad for the rain)
PI
Raindrops ride, The - (Rain cycle) PG1
PI
Rat, cat, and mouse, The - TB
I
Red, red rose, A - BPB
KP
PCH
Red sky at night, A - (Weather sign) LMG, MGF, MGRA
KP
"Red
within and black without" - (Riddle - clock) BR3, GF , PPAL
I
Remedy, The - (Child accidentally took physic while stealing sweets)
ABVC
I
Remember us poor mayers all - (May day song) CH
KPI
Richard and robin were two pretty men - (Two lazy men) RS, SSN
Robin and Richard - BNR, BNV, BSMG, JHP, LMG, MGF, MGRA, NRB,
OMG, OTP, RMG, VMG
KPI
Riddle - (Purple, yellow, red and green) BSMG, MGF, FTR3
KP
Riddle, a riddle as I suppose, A - (Riddle - cinder or ash sifter,
sieve) BSMG, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM
Sieve, The - MGF, RMG
KP
Riddle me, riddle me, riddle me ree, - BNR, LMG, PPAL
KP
Riddle me, riddle me, ree - (A proud hawk) MGM
KP
Ride, A - (A sleigh ride) CUP
KP
Ride a cock-horse - BNV, BNR, BSMG, HBV, JHP, LGM, MGB, MGF, MGG,
MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, PBN3, PCH, PPAL, PPB, RMG, RS, SSN, TMG
Banbury cross - RMG
KP
Ride a cock-horse to Shrewsbury cross - (version of Banbury cross)
LMG, VMG
-541-
Phknown (Cont’d)
-R- (Cont’d)
KP
Ride
away, ride away - JHP, NRB, SSN,TMG
KP
Ride away, ride away, Johnny shallride - (Going to see grand­
mother and taking his pets) MGF, MGRA, RMG, VMG
KP
Ride,
KP
tlide, ride to Boston" - SSN
KP
Ring around a rosy - PBMG
KP
Ring around the rosie - AMG
KP
Ring-a-ring-a-roses - (Nursery game) MGG, MGRA, RMG, ROR, TMG,
VMG
Ring-a-round-a roses - LMG
I
River, The - (A playful river) POS
P
Robber kitten, The - (Kitten tried to be a robber until beaten
by a dog and decided nevermore to be bad) C0BV1, FTB, PB2
KP
Robert Barnes, fellow fine - LGM, MGB, MGM, NRB, OMG, RS, TMG
Blacksmith, The - RMG, TMG
PI
Robert Rowley - (Tongue twister) BSMG, MGB, MGM
KP
Robbin-a-bobbin - (A poor marksman) RMG, TMG
KPI
Robin, The - RS
PI
Robin Hood - BSMG, OMG, OTP
I
Robin Hood and Allen-a-dale - (Robin hood rescues and restores
his bride to Allen-a-dale) PB, CB, GTBP, HBV, RHB
I
Robin Hood and Clorinda - (-Marriage of) STB
I
Robin Hood and little John - PB5, PCH, RMG, TC5, TMG, STB
I
Robin Hood and Queen Katherine - (Robin hood and his men display
their skill at archery and win their freedom) RHB
I
Robin Hood and the Bishop of Hereford - (Robin Hood entertains
and out wits the Bishop) CB, CTBV, RHB
I
Robin Hood and the beggar - (Robin Hood exchanges clothes with a
beggar, goes to town begging where he rescues three of his men
from being hanged for stealing the King’s deer) RHB
baby, ride - BNR, MGM,
PPAL
-542TJnknown (Cont’d)
-R- (Cont’d)
I
Robin Hood and the butcher - (Robin Hood buys the butcher’s meat
and sells it in the market place) PB5, RGO, RHB
I
Robin Hood and the curtal friar - (Famous battle between Robin
Hood and Friar Tuck) RHB
P
Robin Hood and
knight) GR4
the poor knight - (Robin Hood befriends a poor
PI
Robin Hood and the ranger - PBS
I
Robin Hood rescues three squires - CSBP, CTBP, EC5
Robin Hood rescuing the widow’s three sons - BB
I
Robin Hood’s birth, valour and marriage - RHB
I
Robin Hood’s chase - (Robin Hood gives angry King Henry a merry
chase) RHB
I
Robin Hood’s death and burial - BB
PI
Robin in winter, The - (Let us feed the robin
KP
Robin knows great
KP
Robin the bobbin, the big bellied ben - (A very greedy man)
BNR, BSMG, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGRA, NRB
KP
Robins, The - (Nonsense - robin) RMG, TMG
I
Robin’s Petition, The - (Robin begs for shelter) ABVC
I
Rock, ball, fiddle - (Sleeping) CH
KP
Rock-a-bye baby - EC1, TMG
KP
Rock-a-by, baby, thy cradle is green - BNR, BSMG, CCP, GRP, HBV,
LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, PPAL, RMG, RS, VMG
Big sister's lullaby - PCH
KP
Rose is red, The;
KP
Rose is red, The;
The violets blue -(Valentine
MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA, PBMG
KP
Rosemary green and lavender blue - (Garden herbs) LMG,
PI
Roses are red - (A valentine sentiment) BSMG, RS
I
Roses red - (negro folk rhyme - valentine greeting) PCH
in winter) ABVC
A - SSN
The grass is green - MGM
greeting) LMG,
MGM, NRB
Unknown (Cont’d)
-R- (Cont’d)
P
Round about, round about - BNV, BSMG, MGM
KP
Round and round the village - PBMG
PI
"Round as a biscuit" - (Answer - a watch) AMG, RS
KP
Rowley powley - (A version of Georgey porgey - teasing the girls)
IMS, MGM, MGRA, OTP
P
Rowsty, dowt, my fire’s all out - MGM
I
Royal court, The - (Exiled from a royal court, invited to enter
court of Christ) STB
I
Royal guest, A - (Christ is not shown as much honor as an earthly
king) CH
KP
"Rub-a dub-dub" - OTP, NRB, RS
KP
Rub-a-dub-dub', - (Nonsense) JHP, IMG, MGB, MGF, MGRA, TMG
Hub-a-dub-dub - BNR, MGM
Three men in a tub - GWP
P
Rufflecum tuffle - (Dancing elves) FTB
PI
Rule for birds’ nesters, A - (Do not touch birds* eggs, you will
have bad luck) BVC, HBV, OTP
About birds - nesting - APA
Warning for birds' nesters - TB
KP
Runs all day and never walks - (Riddle - A stream) AMG
-S-
PI
PI
Sabbath, The - (Day of rest) TB
"St. Dunstan, as the story goes" - MGM
I
St. George and the dragon - (St. George killed the dragon who had
demanded virgins) STP
I
S t . Patriok - H
PI
St. Swithin's day, if thou dost rain (Old rhyme) - (Fortelling
the weather) APA* BSMG, JHP, LMG, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, RS
Two promises - BRC
PI
Salcombe seaman's flaunt to the proud pirate, The - CBOP
KPI
Salute to the flag, A - PB5
-544Unknown (Cont'd)
-S- (Cont’d)
P
Same, with the Scotticisms changed, The - (A Scottish version
of wee willie winkie) CB
P
Sand castle, The - C0BV2, TB
KP
Sand cooking - (Making sand pies) PCH
KP
Santa Claus - (PL "He comes in the night I he comes in the night"I)
BVC, CCP, C0BV1, H, HBV, PFEM, PR, TB, TV
Christmas visitor - GS
He comes in the night - CFBP, HCP
KP
Santa Claus - (Ready to visit the children) GF
KP
Saturday night - SSN
KP
Saturday, Sunday - (Getting ready to be married on Sunday) MGM, RMG
On Saturday night it shall be my whole care- LMG
KP
Saw ye aught of my love - MGM, MGRA
KP
Says Aaron to Moses - (Nonsense about noses) BSMG, MGB
PI
Says t ’auld man tit oak tree - (Old age) NRB
KP
Scissors - (Riddle - scissors)
KP
Screech owl, The - GF
PI
Sea, The - (Description of-) C0BV2
PI
Sea-gull, The - GF
PI
Sea-gull, The - (Weather prediction) ABVC,
PI
Sea princess, The - (A mermaid) C0BV2
PI
Seasonable song, A - (Soup) BNV, RMG
Piping hot, smoking hot - BSMG
KP
Seasons, The - RMG, TMG
KP
Secret, The - (A robin’s nest) RAR, RR3, UTS
P
Secret, A - (Spring is here) C04
KP
See a pin and pick it up - BNR, BSMG,
NRB, OMG, RS, TMG
Pins, RMG, TMG
GF
RAR
HBV, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM,
Unknown (Cont’d)
-S- (Cont'd)
KP
See one buzzard, don’t see two - AMG
KP
See saw - Jack in the hedge - MGG
KP
See-saw Jack in the hedge - (Nursery game) IMG
KP
"See saw marjory daw" - BNR, BNV, BSMG, LGM, MGB, MGF, MGM,
MGRA, NRB, OTP, PBMG, RS, TMG, VMG
P
See, saw, margery daw - (A lazy girl) BNR, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGM,
NRB, OMG, RMG
KP
See, saw, margery daw - (The old hen flew over the malt-house)
PI
See saw, sack-a-day - (Sons of Charles II) NRB
KP
See, saw, sacradown - (Nursery game) BNR, BNV, BSMG, JHP, LGM,
MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OTP, PPAL, VMG
London town - PCH
KP
See, see, what shall I see - (A puzzling horse) BNR, BSMG, JHP,
MGB, MGRA, RMG, TMG
MGM
PI
Seed, the - (Seed cycle) PFEM
KPI
Seldom "can’t" - (Never say w o n ’t) HBV
Things to remember - TY
KP
Seven blackbirds in a tree - AMG
I
Seven virgins, The - (Easter story) CH
KP
Sewing - (How mother nature patches leaves) GF,
PI
Shake a leg, wag a leg - (Adventure) BNR
I
Shamrock, The (Symbol of Irish patriotism) H
I
Sheath and knife - (Sisters go hunting and one dies)
P
Shepherd maiden, The - (Cat got into freshly madecheese) N4
PI
Shepherd's song - FCP
PI
Shining web, The - (A hungry spider tries to catch his dinner) PFEM
KP
Shoe the old horse - MGM, PPAL, SSN
Shoe the colt - BNR, BNV, BSMG, LMG, MGB, MGF, RMG, RS, TMG, VMG
Shoe the horse - LMG, MGRA
TY
CH
-546Unknown (Cont’d)
-S- (Cont’d)
KP
Shoe-maker, The - GF
I
Shuh’s hunting - RAR
KP
Shut the door - (A boy who never shut
KP
Sieve my lady's oatmeal - MGM
the door) SSN
I
Silly sweetheart - (Come for a walk) CH
KP
Simple Simon - BNR, BSMG, EC1, GWP, HBV, JHP, MGB, MGF, MGM, MGS,
MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, PBS, PBMG, PG1, PPAL, RMG, ROR, RS, TMG, VMG
KP
Sing a song of sixpence - BNR, BSMG, CFBP, EC1, FTB, GR2, HBV,
JHP, LGM, MGF, MGM, MGRA, MGS, NP3, NRB, OMG, OTP, PBMG, PB1, PBN2,
PCH, PPAL, RMG, RR1, RS, SSN, TMG, VMG
KP
Sing, little bird - C0BV1
KP
Sing, sing, what shall I sing - (A cat bit the pudding string)
BNR, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA, OTP, RMG, TMG
KP
Sing, song, the days are long - BNR
I
Singers in the snow, The - (On Christmas)
I
Singing the reapers homeward come - OHP
PI
Sir Christopher Wrenn - (Architecture of St. Paul’s cathedral,
London) - RS
I
Sir Hugh; or, the Jew's daughter - BPB
I
Sir Marmaduke - (A hearty knight) BFV
I
Sir Patrick Spens - (The tragic death of aknight sent to get the
King’s daughter) ABVC, BB, BBV, BFV, CB, CH, CSBP, GN, GS, PBP,
RGO, STB
I
Sir Roland - (Margaret killed Sir Roland and so his ghost led her
to her death) STB
I
Sister, awake’. - (Spring calls) CH, RGO
KP
Six little mice sat down to spin - HBV,OTP,
PI
Sixty second make a minute - RS
KP
Skinner-skinner-don’t you know the rule - (Early rising) AMG
OHP
PPAL
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Unknown (Cont’d)
-S- (Cont’d)
I
Sledburn Fair - (Sisters went to the fair)
CH
KP
Sleep, baby, sleep - (2L - "Thy father watches the sheep")
CLP, GN, MPB, OTP, PB1, PG1, PPAL, PTR2, RAR, SSN, T, TB
Cradle song - EC2
KP
Sleep, baby, sleep - (2L - "Our cottage vale is deep") RMG, TMG
Gradle song - CBOP, TY
P
Sleepy Harry - OTP
I
Sluggard, The - (A bad example) ABVC
KP
Smiling girls, rosy boys - (Buy toys) GWP,
I
Smuggler, The - CBOP
P
Snail, The - (Snail has no room in his house for aguest)
KP
Snail, snail, come out of your hole - BSMG, MGF, MGM, MGRA
P
Snail, snail put out your horn - BNR
KP
Snake baked a hoe-cake - AMG
P
Sneel, snaul - OTP
KP
Sneeze on Monday, sneeze for danger - (Old saying) AMG, HBV, LMG
P
Snow - (Snowflake) GC2
I
Snow - RS
I
Snowdrop, The - POS
PI
Snowdrop, The - (Now the spring is coming on) PFEM
KP
Snow man - (One day we built a snowman) GF
PI
Snow-storm, The - PFEM
I
Snuff-boxes, The - (A joke on the schoolmaster) BVC
KP
Soap bubbles - (Song of soap bubbles) FVYC
PI
Softly through the mellow starlight - OHP
KP
Solomon Grundy - BNR, BSMG, JHP, LMG, MGB,
OMG, OTP, PPAL, RMG, RS, TMG
LMG, MGF, MGM, PBMG, VMG
CBOV, PPAL
MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB,
-548Unknown (Cont’d)
-S- (Cont’d)
KP
Some little mice - (Mice refuse to invite the cat in) BNR, C0BV1,
LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, SSN, RS
KP
Somebody stole our big black dog - AMG
I
Somebody’s mother - (A school boy helped somebody’s old mother
across the street) BR4, COS, IR, PB6, TC6, WR5
KPI
Son
PI
Song in the storm, The - (A bird songin a storm)
I
Song of a Chinese boatman - TJA6
P
Song of hop, The - (Toad) UA2
PI
Song of summer, A - (All nature sings of summer) PFEM
PI
Song of the chickadee - PCH
PI
Song of the fairies - (Who is
of God is born, The - GS
PFEM
asmerryas thefairies?) TY
I
Song of the north wind - (North wind boasts) POS
I
Song of the rain, The - POS
I
Song of the stars, The - (Algonquin song) WP6
I
Song of the wind, The - (Work of the wind) POS
I
Song of winter, A - CH
PI
Song on the way, The - (Happy weather) MPB
P
Song sparrow - (Song satisfies him) NA4
P
Song to a Japanese baby, A - (Planning Japanese house and garden)
KP
Song to five toes - (Finger play) PCH
I
Song to the mountains - (Walking to and climbing a distant mountain)
GR6
PI
Sorrowful sea-gull, The - CLP
I
Sparrows, The - (Feeding the sparrows from a window) POS
I
Sparrow-hawk, A - CH
KP
Speak when you’re spoken to - (How children should behave) LMG, MGM
UA3
-549Unknown (Cont’d)
-S- (Cont’d)
KP
PI
Speckeldy hen, speckeldy hen - SSN
Spirit of the sunset, The - (Autumn - leaves the colors of
sunset) PFEM
PI
Spring harbingers - PFEM
KPI
Spring lilt, A - (-about bees and robins) PCH
PI
Spring lilt, A - (Song of orioles, robins and bees) BFV,
PI
Spring meeting, A - (Greeting the Wren’s in spring) PFEM
PI
Spring song - (Spring calls all nature to awake) PFEM
I
Spring song, A - (Mother earth has a new flowered dress)
PI
Spring song - (Storks return in spring and build homes) PCH
I
Spring song - (Brings promise of abundant crops) PCH
KP
Squirrel's thanksgiving, The - (Child would like to join squirrel’s
thanksgiving feast) FVYC
KP
Star wish - PCH
Star-light, star-bright - AMG, RS
KP
Stars - (Glad the stars are overhead) GF
I
Stool ball - (Mention of Scotch and English games) CH
KPI
Stop', look’
, and listen'. - (Then use
I
Stormy Petrel, The - (Petrel’s life compared with other birds') POS
I
Stormy winds do blow - STB
One Friday morn - CH
I
Story of the shepherd, The - OHP
I
Strange man, The - (His face was theoldest that ever has been)
MPB, PB4, WP5
KPI
Strolling on the green grass - (Nursery game) RS
KP
Such wisdom - (Ants know how to smell cooking) GF
PI
Summer day, A - (Dawn) PFEM
KP
Summer is coming’
, summer is coming - (Pussy willows are signs of
summer) GF
MPB, OTP
DAD, PFEM
your feet) RS
-550-
Unknown (Cont’d)
-S- (Cont’d)
PI
Summer time - PFEM
PI
Sunbeam, The - (Gave happiness to everything it touched) PFEM
PI
Sunbeams - (Kind words are like sunbeams) PFEM
I
Sunny bank - (Christmas carol) PAD
PI
Sunshine’s caress, The - (The spring sun calls to the buds and
leaves) PFEM
PI
Sunshiny 6hower, A - (Weather signs) HBV,
P
Sure test, A - (Of a gentleman) RMG
PI
Swallow, swallow - (Swallows taking their
RS
autumn flight) C0BV1
KP
"Swan, swam over the sea" - (Tongue twister) LMG, MGF, MGM, NRB,
RMG, TMG
I
Swapping song, The - (Cumulative tale of a fc">lish fanner) RS
PI
S w a m of bees in May, A - BNR, BSMG, LGM, MGB, MGF, MGRA, NRB,
OTP, PPAL, RS
Bees - RMG
I
Sweet Williams’s ghost - (A maiden who died because she plighted her
troth with her lover’s ghost) CB, CSBP, STB
Sweet William and May Margaret - CH
I
Swing song - (Smyrna folk song) PCH
PI
Sylvia, sweet as morning air - (A difficult maid to woo) NRB
P
Symmetry - (Guess, who catches whom) ABVC
-T-
KPI
"Taffy was a Welshman, Taffy was a thief" - JHP, LGM, MGB, MGF,
MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, RMG, RS, TMG
PI
Taking of the name - (Omaha name giving ceremony) PCH
PI
Tell-tale tit - (Do not tell tales) BNU, BSMG, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM,
MGG, MGRA, NRB, OMG
KP
Ten and ten and twice eleven - MGM
KP
Ten little Indians - PBMG
-551
Unknown (Cont’d)
-T- (Cont’d)
KP
Ten little injuns - LMG
PI
Ten little nigger boys - (Nonsense) BNV
PI
Thanksgiving time - (Preparing for thanksgiving feast)
I
That wonderful country of books - TC6
KP
That’s all - (Nonsense) MGM, RMG, TMG
KPI
Thatoher of Thatchwood, A - (Tongue twister) MGF, MGM
PI
"The art of good driving’s a paradox quite" - (How todrive)
NRB, OMG
I
"The fair maid who, the first of May" - (What a maiden must do
on the first of May to be beautiful) BNR, MGF, MGRA, NRB, OMG, TMG
First of May, The - BVC, RMG, TMG
May day - PCH
PCH
KP
"The farmer in the dell" - (Nursery game) PBMG, RS, TMG
KP
"The girl in the lane, that couldn't speak plain" - (Nonsense)
BNR, M G , MGF, MGM, NRB, RMG
KPI
"The greedy man is he who sits" - (Nonsense) LMG, RMG
I
"The maid who, on the first of May" - HBV
KPI
"The south wind brings wet weather" - (Each wind brings
weather) APA, HBV, JHP, PBMG, RS
Four winds, The - ABVC, BVC
PI
The sow came in with a saddle - (Nonsense) BNV, BSMG, MGB, MGM, VMG
KP
"The squirrel and the leaves" - (A squirrel wish falling leaves
were nuts) GRP
KP
There dwelt an old woman at Exeter - (A stingy old woman) M G , MGB
Old woman of Exeter - RMG
I
There is a lady sweet and kind - (-And I love her)
PI
There once were two cats of Kilkenny - LMG, MGF, MGRA
There were two cats of Kilkenny - BSMG, MGB
Kilkenny cats - MGF, RMG, TMG
KP
There was a bee - (A humming bee) JHP, MGF
KP
"There was a butcher cut his thumb" - PPAL
CH
different
Unknown (Cont'd)
-T- (Cont'd)
KP
PI
There was a crooked man - BNR, BSMG, HBV, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGP,
MGM, MGRA, NRB, NWP, OMG, OTP, PB3, PPAL, FVYC, ROR, RS, TMG, VMG
Crooked man, A - GR2, PBMG
"There was a fat man in Bombay" - (Nonsense) MGP, MGM, MGRA, NRB,
OMG, RS
KPI
There was a frog lived in a well - (The tragic fate of a frog who
wooed a mouse) BSMG, NRB, OTP
Lincoln lane - TB
P
"There was a girl in our town" - (Answer-Ann) AMG, HBV, MGF, MGM,
PPAL, RS
PI
There was a jolly miller - BSMG, JHP, MGB, MGP, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG
Jolly miller, The - MGB
KP
"There was a King and he had three daughters" - MGM
PI
There was aKing met a King - (Riddle) MGM, NRB
I
There was aknight - CH
PI
There was alady loved a swine - BSMG, MGB, NRB
KP
There was alittle boy and a little girl - BSMG, LMG, MGB, MGG,
MGM , MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, RS
Boy and girl - RMG, TMG
Little boy and a little girl, A - PPAL
Little boy and girl - RMG
KP
There was a little girl, and she had a little curl - (Sometimes
good and sometimes horrid) BVC, JHP, LMG, MGP, OTP, PB3, PBMG,
RS, SSN
Little girl with a curl, The - RMG, TMG
IP
There was a little green house - (Riddle-walnut) LMG, MGP
KPI
"There was a little guinea-pig" - MGM, NRB, OMG
KP
There was a little man, and he had a little gun - BNR, BSMG, HBV,
LMG, MGB, MGP, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, PPAL, ROR, TMG, VMG
PI
There was a little man who wooed a little maid - (Wooing a
practical maiden) MGB, MGP, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG
Love story, A - BSMG
Man and a maid, A - RMG
KP
"There was a little nobby colt" - NRB, OTP, PPAL
-553-
Unknown (Cont'd)
-T- (Cont'd)
KP
There was a little one-eyed gunner - (Bird killer) LMG, MGM
I
There was a little rabbit sprig - (Nonsense verse) OTP
True story, A - RS
KP
There was a little woman as I've been told - (Selling apples)
MGRA, NRB, PBMG
Hot codlings - RMG, TMG
KP
There was a mad man - MGM
PI
PL There wa6 a man, and he had naught - (Frightened
BNR, JHP, MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, ROR, VMG
Man who had naught - RMG, TMG
of robbers)
PI
There was a man, and he was mad - (A foolish man) NRB
PI
There was a man and his name was Dob - (Tongue twister) MGB
KP
There was a man of our town - HBV, LMG, MGM, MGS, OTP, RNG, RS
There was a man in our town - BNR, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGRA,
PPAL, SSN, TMG, VMG
PI
There was a man of Thessely - (Nonsense verse - a man who scratched
out his eyes) MGRA, NRB, OMG
PI
There was a man who had no eyes - (Riddle) BNR, MGM
KP
There was a monkey - HBV, MGB, MGM, NRB, OMG, OTP
KP
There was a rat for want of stairs - MGF
KP
There was a piper, he'd a cow - MGM, NRB, RS, VMJ
PI
There was a young farmer of Leeds - (Nonsense) RS
PI
"There was a young fellow of Perth" - (Nonsense) RS
PI
"There was a young maid who said, "why" - (Nonsense)
I
There was a young man so benighted -
I
FL "There was a young man who was bitten" - (Nonsense - bitten
by cats) CSR6
PI
There was an old couple - BSMG, MGM
KP
There was an old crow - LMG, MGM
PI
"There was an old lady of Wales" - (Nonsense) RS
RS
PB6
(Cont'd)
-T- (Cont'd)
"There was an old lady who said" - (Nonsense) RS
There was an old man - BNR, BNV, BSMG, MGM, NRB, OTP, PPAL, RS,
VMG
Man and his calf, The - ECP
There was an old man named Michael Finnegan - AMG
"There was an old man of Blackheath" - (Nonsense - a man sat
on his false teeth) CSR6
"There was an old man of Nantucket" - PB6
FL "There was an old man of Peru" - (Nonsense - a dream come
true) CSR6
"There was an old man of Tabago" - (Nonsense) MGF, MGM, NRB, RS
Man of Tabago - RMG
FL "There was an old man of Tarentum" - (Nonsense - rented
teeth) CSR6
"There was an old man who said, "do" - (Nonsense) RS
There was an old owl lived in an oak - GF
There was an old woman and nothing she had - (Lived on food and
drink) LMG
"There was an old woman, and what do you think"? - BNR, LMG, MGB,
MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, VMG
Strange old woman, A - RMG
There was an old woman, as I've heard tell - (A confused old
woman's dog did not recognize her) BNV, BSMG, CCP, JHP, LMG,
MGF, MGM, MGRA, OMG, OTP, RS
Little woman, The - SSN
Old market woman, The - MGF
Old woman and
her eggs,The CFBP
Old woman and
the pedlar, The
- RMG, TMG
"There was an old woman called nothing-at-all" - LMG, MGB, MGF,
MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, RS
There was an
old woman had three cows - LMG, OMG
There was an old woman had three sons - (Three unfortunate sons)
BSMG, MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB
Three sons, The - RMG
-555-
Unknown (Cont’d)
-T- (Cont’d)
KP
There was
an old woman, her name it was Peg - LMG, MGP, MGM, MGRA
KP
There was an old woman lived under a hill - (Nonsense) HBV, MGG,
MGM, NRB, OTP, RS
Old woman under the hill, The - RMG, TMG
KP
There was an old woman lived under
MGRA, SSN, VMG
KP
There was an old woman lived up on a hill - (The miller refused
to take toll of a mouse) BNV, BSMG, JHP, NRB, RS, TMG
Miller and mouse, The - RMG, TMG
There was an old woman lived under a hill - LMG, MGM
KP
There was an old woman of harrow -(Went visiting in a wheel­
barrow) LMG
Old woman of harrow, The - RMG
KP
There was an old woman of Leeds - (A good old woman) LMG, MGM,
NRB, OMG, RS
Old woman of Leeds, The - RMG
PI
There was
KP
There was an old woman of Surrey - (A vexatious old woman)
BSMG, LMG, MGF, MGM
KP
There was
KP
There was an old woman tossed up in a basket - (Sweeping the sky)
BNR, BSMG, MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA, MGS, NRB, OMG, OTP, PPAL, RS,
SSN, TMG, VMG
Old woman, old woman - RMG
Old woman of Surrey - RMG, TMG
Sweeping the sky - PCH
KP
There was an old woman who lived in a shoe - BNR, BSMG, GR2, HBV,
LMG, MGF, MGRA, MGS, NRB, OMG, OTP, PPAL, RMG, SSN, TMG, VMG
Old woman who lived in a shoe - PBMG
There was an old woman - JHP, MGM, OMG, PB1, RMG, RS
KP
There was an old woman who rodb on a broom - (-with her cat) MGF
KP
"There was an owl lived in an oak" - AMG, BNR, LMG, MGF, MGM,
OMG, PBMG, RS
PI
"There was once a boy of Bagdad" - (Nonsense) RS
KPI
There were three sisters in a hall - (Bidding aunts "Good
morning") MGM, NRB
a hill - BNR, BSMG, LMG, MGP,
an old woman of Norwich - BSMG, MGM, NRB
an old woman, sold puddings and pies - BSMG, MGM, VMG
556-
Unknown (Cont’d)
-T- (Cont’d)
KP
There were two blackbirds - (Finger game) BNR, BSMG, HBV, M G ,
MGB, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OTP, VMG
Jack and Gill -BNV
KP
There were two birds sat on a stone - BNR, BSMG, MGB, MGM, NRB,
OMG, PPAL, VMG
Aristotle’s story - BNV
Two birds - RMG, TMG
KP
FL There were two blind men went to see - MGM
KP
There’s a big fat turkey on grandfather’s farm - GF
KP
There’s a neat little clock - LMG, MGRA
PI
"They that wash on Monday" - BNR, JHP, MGF, MGM, MGRA, OTP,
PPAL, TMG
PI
Thirty days hath September - (A memory rhyme about the number of
days in each month) BNR, IMG, MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG,
OTP, PB5, PPAL, RS, TMG
Calendar, The - PCH
Days of the month - BVC, HBV, PEC
KP
Thirty white horses on a red hill - (Riddle - teeth) BNR, BSMG,
HBV, MGF, MGM, NP2, NRB, PB1, PPAL, RS
Teeth, The - GF, MGF, N2, OTP, RMG
KP
Thirty-two white claves - (Riddle - teeth) AMG
KP
This is mother’s looking glass -(Finger play) AMG
KP
This is the key of the kingdom -CH, MGF, MGM, NRB, PPAL
KP
This is the way the ladies ride - BNR, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGRA, NRB,
PPAL, TMG, VMG
KP
"This little fellow, we call him a thumb" - SSN
KP
This little pig went to market -(Finger play) BNV, BSMG, HBV,
JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA, MGS, NRB, OMG, PCH, PPAL, ROR, RS
SSN, VMG
Little pig - GRP, RRP
Song set to five fingers, A - OTP
KP
This peg went to the barn - LMG, MGRA
KP
Thomas a didymus - (Nonsense - a man burned his shoes) BSMG, MGB
PI
"Thomas a ’Tattamus took two t ’s" - (Answer-Two) BNR, HBV, MGF,
MGM, NRB, OTP, RS
-557Unknown (Cont*d)
-T- (Cont’d)
KP
Thomas and Annis met in the dark - MGM
I
Thomas the rhymer - (The queen of Elfland takes Thomas to serve
here for seven years) BB, CH, CTBP, STB
KP
Three blind mice - BNR, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, RMG,
RS, TMG
KP
Three children sliding on the ice - BNR, BSMG,JHP, LMG,
MGF, MGM, NRB, OMG, PPAL, RMG, VMG
Sad, sad story, A - RS
PI
Three crooked cripples - (Tongue twister) MGB, MGM
PI
Three jovial Welshmen, The - APA, BNV, GWP, HBV, TB
Jovial Welshmen, The - OTP
There were three jovial huntsmen - BNR, MGB
There were three jovial Welshman - BSMG, CFBP,MGM, NRB
Three jovial huntsmen, The - PB1, PBN2
I
Three knights from Spain - (Came courting and left) CH
We are three brethren out of Spain - NRB, RS
We’re three brethren - BSMG
KP
Three legs up as hard as stone - (Riddle - child with a kettle on
his head) AMG
KP
Three little kittens - (Lost and found their mittens) BNR, JHP,
LI, LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA, PCH, PG1, PPAL, TMG, VMG
Careless kittens, The - RS
At. - Also to E. Cook and E. Follen - GF
KP
Three little maidens - (Three little maidens sweep leaves) C0BV1
P
Three little owlets - C0BV1
PI
Three o ’clock in the morning - (The secrets that robins tell at
dawn)- DAD, H, MPB
KP
Three sisters in a hall - PBMG
KP
Three straws - (Old saying) MGM, RMG, TMG
I
Three trees - (What happened to the three trees) PFEM
KP
Three wise men of Gotham - BNR, BNV, BSMG, HBV, JHP, LMG, MGB,
MGF, MGM, MGRA, MGS, NRB, OMG, OTP, PBMG, PPAL, RMG, ROR, RS,
TMG, VMG
I
Threshold of the New Year - POS
MGB,
Unknown (Cont’d)
-T- (Cont’d)
PI
Tickle ye, tickle ye in your hand - (Old saying) BNR
KPI
Tired caterpillar, The - (A caterpillar wakened from a nap to
find himself a butterfly) CD6, MC, UTS
PI
wTis midnight, and the setting sun" - (Nonsense verse) RS
KP
Tit tat toe - (Ready for a race - LMG, MGF, MGRA
I
To a hedge-sparrow - OTP
I
To an autumn leaf - C0BV3
KP
"To bed, to bed",says sleepy-head - BNR, JHP, MGB, MGM, MGRA,
SSN, VMG
PI
To make your candles last for aye - MGF, MGM, NRB
Candle saving - RMG
KP
"To market ride the gentlemen" - (-at a circus) MGM, MGRA
KP
To market, to market, a gallop, a trot
- (-to buy meat) LMG, MGM
KP
To market, to market, to buy a fat pig - (Nursery game) JHP, MGF,
MGM, NRB, OMG, PCH, ROR, RS, TMG, VMG
Ride to market to buy a fat pig - BSMG
KP
To market, to market, to buy a fat pig
RMG
KP
"To market, to market, to buy a plum cake" - BNR, LMG, MGB, MGG,
MGM, MGRA, NRB, SSN
KPI
To my valentine - (Greeting) PCH
KP
To one choosing a kitten - (explains characteristics
colored kittens) ABVC, PB1
KP
To the lady-bird - PCH, TV
PI
Toad and the frog, The - RS
PI
Tobacco reek, tobacco reek - NRB
KP
Tom Brown’s two little Indian boys - BNR, MGM
KP
Tom he was the Piper’s son - (A pipe player) BNR, BSMG,
MGM, NRB, OMG, OTP, PPAL,
Over the hills and far away - GWP, PBMG, RS
Tom, Tom the piper’s son - LMG, MGF, MGRA
- HBV, MGM, NRB, OTP, PPAL,
of different
JHP,
-559-
Unknown (Cont'd)
-T- (Cont'd)
KP
Tom married a wife on Sunday - (Days of theweek) BSMG, MGM
I
Tom O'Bedlam - (An early (1615) English poem) CH
KP
Tom shall have a new bonnet, - MGM
KP
Tom Thumb’s alphabet - HBV, MGB, OTP
A was an archer - BNR, LMG, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG
KP
Tom, Tom the piper's son - BSMG, JHP, LMG, MGB, MGF, MSG, MSM,
MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, PBMG, PCH, RMG, RS, TMG, VMS
KP
Tommy kept a chandler’s shop
KP
Tommy Snooks and Bessy Brooks - (Theytalk
one after the other) JHP, PCH
KP
Tommy Trot, a man of law - (-with a vain wife) AMG, BSMG, JHP,
LMG, MGB, MGF, MGM
PI
Tommy’s tears and Mary's fears - HBV
Fears and tears - RMG
KP
Tos8 up my darling - (Playing with baby) LMG
KP
Tradesman - PCH
PI
Tragic tale of hooty the owl, The - (Adisobedientowlet is
captured by a fox. The father owl is revenged for the death
of his owlet) FTB
PI
Tree, A - (A tree through the seasons) RS
KP
Three on the hill - (Accumulative poem) OTP, PPAL
I
Tree planting - OHP
PI
Three shadows- GF
I
Tribute to Washington - OHP
KP
Trip and go, heave and ho - (A-maying) LMG
PI
Trip upon trenchers - (Playingtricks upon a maiden) MGB, MGM
KP
Trout and a shad, A - AMG
KP
Tumbling doggie - SSN
KP
- MGM
"Tumbling Jack goes clickety-clack" - RS
aboutthedays coming
- 560-
Unknown (Cont'd)
-T- (Cont'd)
PI
Turkey time - (Thanksgiving time) PCH
KP
Turtle dove's nest, The - HBV, PB1
PI
'Twas at the matin' hour
KP
Tweedle-dum and tweedle-dee - (Nonsense verse) BSMG, C0BV1,
LMG, MGB, MGP, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OTP, RMG, RS, TMG
I
Twelfth night carol - (Wait's wishing a happy New Year) PCH
I
Twelve Oxen, The - (Oxen
lost) CH
P
FL "Twelve pairs hanging
BNR, MGF, MGRA, MGM
Pairs or pears - RMG
high" - (A play on pairs and pears)
PI
Twenty-fourth of December - (A very
long day) PCH
PI
Twinkle, twinkle - (A star's place
in the universe) PFEM
KP
Twinkle, twinkle, little star - CB,
T, TMG
At: To Taylor, Jane
Star, The - BVC
PI
Twinkling buys - (Fire flies hide by day and are seen only at
night) COBV2
I
Two apply-howling songs (Old rhymes) - (Sung in orchards by the
apple-howlers on twelfth day) BVC, OTP, PCH
KP
Two dogs, The - (-by the fire) PCH
PI
Two foxes, The - (Two foxes visit a
was unable to get away) FTB
KP
Two gray kits, The - (Bridge fell) BNR, LMG, MGM, RMG, VMG
KP
Two
little birds - (Birds give pleasure as well as seek it) PVYC
KP
Two
little birds one autumn day - (Bird migration) GF
KP
Two little black birds sat upon a hill - (Finger game) ECP,
MGM, SSN
KP
Two
little clouds one April day - (April showers) GF
KP
Two
little dogs sat by the fire - BNR, LMG
- OHP
LMG, PBMG, PEC, PPAL,SSN,
hen roost.
The greedy one
-561Unknown (Cont'd)
-T- (Cont'd)
KP
Two
little dogs were basking in the cinders - BSMG, MGB, MGM
P
Two
little toadies - (Toads afraid of the dark) RAR
PI
Two
others - (FL "Infinitesimal James") ABVC
PI
Two
others - ("There was an old man of Bengal") ABVC
PI
Two wise owls - PFEM
PI
"Two-legs sat upon three-legs" - (Riddle) BNR, BSMG, HBV, MGB,
MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OTP, PPAL, PTR2, RS
*U«
PI
Under the furze - (Oldsaying)
I
Under the leaves - POS
I
Unquiet grave, The - (Mourns his dead love) CH
PI
Up at Piccadilly - (Riding the roads of England) IMG, NRB
Coachman, The - RMG
KP
MGB
Up hill and down dale - (Learning to be a housewife) LMG, NRB
KP
Up hill, spare me - (Horse advises the driver) BNR, MGB
PI
Up in the morning early - (T/Shy flowers open in the morning) TY
KP
"Up she goes and down she comes" - MGM
KP
Up street and down street - MGM
KP
Up the ladder - BSMG
KP
Up, up, up - (Swinging) PBMG
KP
Up-stairs, down-stairs, upon mylady's window - MGM
KP
Upon a great black horse-ily - OTP, PPAL, SSN
KP
Upon my word and honor - (Nonsense - about a pig) BNR, LMG, MGF,
MGM, MGRA
As I went to bonner - JHP, MGB, MGM, VMG
Pig, A - RMG
KP
Upon St. Paul's steeple stands a tree - MGRA
I
Useful Plow, The - BVC, DAD, LC, OTP, RS, S5
-562-
Unknown (Cont'd)
-VI
Valentine and Ursine - (Two babies left in the woods, one raised
by a king, one by bears, grew to be friends and to rescue their
mother from a giant) STB
KP
Valentine, O ’Valentine - (Greeting) PBMG
I
Virgin most pure, A - (The story of Christ's birth) BVC
I
Vision of Mac Conglinne - (A sea and a castle of different kinds
of food) CH
KP
Visit to the lambs, A - OTP, SSN
-W-
KP
Wake me*, shake me'. - AMG
KP
Wake up, little daisy - PFEM
KPI
Waking up - (Tree
I
Wandering spectre, The - CH
PI
Wanderings of the birds, The - (Bird migration) PFEM
KP
"Warm, hands, warm, daddy's gone to plough" - 3NR, JHP, PPAL
I
Warrior at night fall, A - (A lost warrior) GWP
KP
Was ever heard such noise and clamor - (Nonsense) LMG
KP
Wash me, and comb
KP
Wash the dishes - LMG
I
Washington - (Characterization of George Washington) H
I
Washington - (inscription at M t , Vernon) H
PI
Washington, man of mystery - RS
I
Washington's monument - OHP
KP
Wasn't it funny - (Eating a sugar steeple) LMG
PI
Wassail song, The - ("Here we come a-wassailing") OHP
English Christmas song, An - FAS5
I
Was sail song - (Wassail'., wassail', all round the town") OHP
buds asleep are wakened by April) TV
me - MGM
- 563-
Unknown (Cont'd)
-W- (Cont'd)
I
WalterO'Wearie's well, The - (A wicked elf king
by the King's daughter) CTBP
Lady Isobel and the elf-knight - BB
is drowned
KP
Water,
PI
Way the morning dawns, The - CFBP
I
Way to win, The - (Courage) D6, RD6
PI
We are
P
We thank thee - ("Dear God, we thank
FAS4, GC2
P
We thank thee - (For flow'rs that bloom about ourfeet) C04, TC4
I
We thank thee - (Thankfulness for all life's gifts)MPB, PB4,
KP
Wear you a hat, or wear you a crown - LMG
PI
Wearin1 o* the green, The - (The shamrock, thesymbol of
patriotism) DAD, H
PI
Weather-cock's complaint, The - PFEM
KP
Wedding, The - SSN
PI
Wedding, A - (London street game) PCH
KP
Wedding of Jenny Wren, The - BSMG
Story of Jenny Wren and cock robin, The - MGB
I
Wee wee man, The - (A wee man of magic strength and his home
of magic beauty) CH, STB
KP
Wee Willie Winkie - BNR, C0BV1, HCP, JHP, MGB,
NRB, OMG, PB1, PBMG, RMG, ROR, RS, TMG, VMG
I
Welcome Yule - CH
KP
We're all in the dumps - BNR, MGF, MGB, NRB
PI
We're all jolly boys - MGG
KP
We're marching round the levee - AMG
I
Whale, The - (Whale fishing) C0BV3
KP
What are little boys made of? - BNR, JHP, MGB,
NRB, OMG, OTP, RMG, RS, SSN, TMG, VMG
water, wild-flower - (Nursery game) RS
all nodding - (Nursery rhyme) FTB
thee for thenight")
Irish
MGF, MGM, MGRA,
MGF, MGM, MGRA,
PP04
-564Unknown (Cont'd)
-W- (Cont'd)
KP
What are little girls made of? - BSMG, MGM
KP
What became of them? - (What became of the rats?) CBOV,
KP
What care I how black I be? - (Some one will marry
BSMG, MGB, MGM, MGRA
KP
What do they call you? - M G , MGF, MGM
PI
What God never sees - (Riddle, an equal) M G
KP
"What is the rhyme for porringer?" - M G , MGB, MGM,
P
GS
me)
NRB, RS
What is it? - (Riddle - weather vane) GCB03
PI
What shoemaker - (Riddle - blacksmith) BNR, MGM
PI
What the burdock was good for - PG1
P
What the flag says - (Children of today are as patriotic as
children of long ago) EG2
PI
What the snowbirds said - PFEM
I
What's in there - (Nonsense) CH
KP
What's the news of the day? - (The lostballon)
MGM, NRB, PBMG, VMG
Balloon, The - RMG, TMG
I
When a twister a-twisting would twist him a twist - (A tongue
twister) BNR, BSMG, MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA, OTP
I
When at Christmas Christ was born - PB4
I
When banners are waving - (Description of men
battle) GN
I
When Christ was born - FCP
PI
When clouds appear like rocks andtowers
HBV
Promise of the clouds - ABVC
KP
When good King Arthur ruled this land - BSMG,
OMG, OTP, PB1, PPAL, RS, SSN, TMG, VMG
Bag Pudding, The - PCH
Good King Arthur - HBV, MGB, RMG, ROR
History - BVC
King Arthur - MGF
BNR, MGB,MGF,
going out to
- (Anapproaching
shower)
CFBP, JHP, MGRA, NRB,
Unknown (Cont'd)
-W- (Cont'd)
KP
When I am president of these United States - AMG
P
When I was a bachelor - BNR, BSMG, CFBP, EC3, JHP,
MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, PPAL, RS, TMG
KP
When I was a little boy - GF, MGF, MGM, MGS, PB3, SSN, VMG
Wheel-barrow, The - BNV
KPI
When I was a
little boy - (A witless boy) BNV, JHP, MGF, MGM, RS
KP
When I was a
little boy - (Growing up) BSMG, MGM
KP
FL When I was a little girl - (in need of clothes) MGM
KP
When I was a
KPI
When I was taken from the fair body - (Riddle - quill pen) LMG
KP
When I went up Sandy Hill - (Riddle) MGM
KP
"When Jack's a very good boy" - BNR, LMG, MGF, PPAL
PI
When Jenny Wren was young - (Robin courted a wren)
KP
When little birdie bye-bye goes - OTP, PPAL
KP
"When little Fred was called to bed" - BNR, LMG, MGF, NRB, OMG
PI
When mother reads aloud - H, MPB
PI
When the days begin to lengthen - BNR, LMG, MGB, MGM, MGRA, RS
KP
"When the snow is on the ground" - RMG
PI
When the wind is in the East - (The fisherman stays at home)
BNR, MGB, MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, PPAL, RS
Fisherman’s weather - PCH
Wind and the fisherman, The - CBOP
PI
"When V and I together meet" - (Roman numerals) BNR,
MGM, NRB, RS
P
When you go to fairyland - (A visit to fairyland) GC3
KP
Where are you going, my pretty maid? - BNR, BSMG, GWP, JHP, LMG,
MGF, MGM, MGRA, NRB, OMG, OTP, RMG, TMG, VMG
Milkmaid, The - HD, PBN3
P
Where do all the daisies go? - (In winter birds and flowers seek
shelter while babies find shelter at home) CFBP, CBOV, PB1, PPAL
LMG, MGB,
little girl, I washed my mammy's dishes - MGM
APA, RMG, TMG
MGB,
- 5 66 -
Uhknown (Cont’d)
-W- (Cont’d)
PI
Where have you been all the day, my
to be married) MGM, MGRA, NRB
KP
Where oh where - TMG
PI
Which loved her best - (Which loved
KP
Whisky frisky - (Squirrel) C0BV1, HR2, PB1, SUSU, UTS
Squirrel, The - RS, UTS
KP
Whistle, daughter, whistle - LMG, RMG
KP
White dove sat on the castle wall, The - MGM
PI
White paternoster, The - (An evening prayer)
KP
White sheep, white sheep - (Clouds) C0BV1
Clouds, The - PTR1, WPI
PI
boy, Willy? - (Too young
mother best?) OHP
BVC
Whittington and his cat - (Whittington's cat brought him a
fortune) ABVC
KP
"Who ever saw a rabbit dressed in a riding habit" - MGM
PI
Who goes round my house this night - (Sheep stealing) NRB
KP
"Who'll rent my house?,"a bluebird cried - (Bird house for rent
for the winter) GF
PI
Whoop, whoop, and hollow - (Hunting dogs) NRB
I
Who-? who-? - (Will be bride?) CH
KP
"Who’s that ringing at my doorbell?" - CFBP
I
Whummil bore, The - (A glimpse of the king's daughter) CH
P
Why - (Many things a child doesn't know but is glad they are so)
NS2
KP
Why is pussy in bed? - (A sick pussy) OTP
I
Widdecombe fair - (Mare, borrowed for the fair, died) CH
I
Wife of usher’s well, The - (A Scottish ballad) BB, CH,
PBP, STB
PI
Wild rabbits, The - PFEM
PI
Wild wreath, The - (a boquet of wild flowers) OTP
CSBP,
Unknown (Cont'd)
-W- (Cont’d)
KPI
’’Will you walk into my parlor?” - (The spider to the fly) LMG
KP
William and Mary, and George and Anne, - MGM
KP
William tremble-toe is a good fisherman - AMG
I
Willie drowned in Yarrow - BPB
KP
Willy boy, willy boy, where are you going - (Helping to make
BNR, JHP, LMG, MGF, MGM, NRB, OMG, PBMG, RS, TMG, VMG
KP
Willy, Willy - (A mischievous boy) MGM
Sunshine - TMG
KP
Wind - (Makes a rustling sound) GF
KP
Wind - (Riddle - wind carries kites) GF
PI
Wind, The - (-of what the wind is made) PFEM
KP
Wind song - (Work of the wind) GF
PI
Windmill, The - TB
P
Winds, The - (Moods of the wind)
PI
Winds, The - (Weather prediction) ABVC
PI
Winds they did blow, The - (A captured bird)
KPI
Winky blinky - (A New England lullaby) PCH
KP
Winter - ("Whenever a snowflake leaves the sky”) GF
I
Winter (From the German) - (Winter personified,enjoys cold) CLP,
DAD, POS, T
KP
Winter has come - CBOP, RMG, TMG
PI
Winter song - (A snow storm) PCH
PI
Winter’s thunder - (Weather signs) RS
PI
Wintry day - (Animals and birds protected in winter) PCH
KP
Wire, briar, limber-lock - (Counting-out rhyme) RS
PI
Woman, a spaniel, and walnut tree, A - (How to treat them) MGF
KP
Woodpecker - GF
hay)
GC3
LMG, MGM, MGRA, NRB
-568Unknovm (Cont'd)
-W- (Cont'd)
KP
Workin' on the turn-pike - AMG
PI
Wren and the hen# The - (A wren and a hen talk about their eggs)
MC, S4
-Y-
I
Young thing# The - (Willy goes courting) RS
I
Young waters - (Young waters' fair face was his undoing) CSBP
KP
You shall have an apple - MGM# NRB
I
Yule-tide fires - FCP, PCH
KPI
Yankee Doodle went to town - JHP, LMG, MGF, MGRA
I
Ye Heavens, uplift your voice - (Easter) OHP
PI
Yeow mussent sing a'* Sunday - (Sing all the week but Sunday) NRB
KP
Yet didn't you see - (Playing tricks) MGRA
KP
You musn’t sing on Sunday - MGF
KP
Young lambs to sell - NBR, NRB# OTP#PBMG, RMG
KP
Young Roger and Dolly - MGM# RMG
I
Young tamlane, The - (Janet broke the fairy spell on young Tamlane)
STB
-Z-
I
Zebra Dun, The - PB6
KP
Zickety, dickory dock - (Version ofHickory,
KP
Zigzag boy and girl# The - (Can't find
dickory dock) BSM3
their things) GF
Uno
KP
Baby making cakes - SSN
KP
Baby on her travels - (Travel over the hills) SSN
Phtermeyer# Jean Starr
I
Glimpse in autumn - (Trees in autumn) CCP# GR5# NA4, PBS# RS6# TWS
I
High-tide - TSW
Untermeyer, Louis
I
Briar-Rose - RS
I
Day-dreamer - RS
I
Disenchantment - (An American boy walking alone in a German
forest at twilight) TSW
I
Good advice - (Be satisfied with what you have) RS
PI
Jewish lullaby - RS
I
Lesson from a sun-dial -(Remember only happy days) RS
PI
Little sandman's song -(from
I
Motto - (Vfork today) RS
I
Prayer for this house - FP, TSW
PI
Questions at night - (Why is the sky?) RS
I
Roman lullaby - RS
PI
Sandman, The - RS
I
Sardinian lullaby - RS
I
Short sermon - (Forgive)
PI
Spanish lullaby - RS
I
Thanks - RS
the German) RS
RS
Untermeyer, Richard and Louis
PI
Storm, The - RS
Upson, Elizabeth R.
KP
Washday - (Every day is washday with Mrs. Ocean) GF
Upton, Minnie Leona
PI
Traveling light - (Robins fly south without luggage) PCH
Urquhart, Gertrude Boughton
PI
Coming of Mary Louise, The - (A doll gift from Santa Claus) PCH
Utter, Robert Palfrey
KP
Swan boat, A - (A swan mother's back for her baby swan's boat) PCH
Van Alstyne, Fanny
PI
Suppose - (A child can do many kind things) TV, TVSH
Van Cleve, Florence
I
Books - H
Vandegrift, Margaret
I
Clown's baby, The - (The clown's baby was substituted for the
"property baby") PB5, TC5
PI
Sandman, The - C0BV2, PB3, PG1, PP03, PR, TV, TVSH
Van Doren, Mark
I
To a child with eyes - (Today, no fairies for a ohild to see but
it does offer nature’s gifts) PCH
PI
Traveling storm - (A local thunder shower, follows heat) MSP
Van Dyke, Henry
I
America - (Love of country) D5, CHR5
I
America for me - CU6, D6, FAS5, MPB, OHBP, PP06, RL3, SP,
I
America’s welcome home - (After world war I) PAP
I
Angler’s Reveille, The - (The birds welcome the Angler at down)
BBV, GN, PB6
I
Glory of ships, The - CD5
I
Gospel of labor, The - (Earth's blessings are gotten bytoil)
I
Mother's birthday, A - (A prayer) OHP
I
Pan learns music - ODP, PCH
I
Peace hymn of the republic - (Prayer for peace in our land) TC6
P
Pussy willows - (Sign of spring) GR2
I
Saint Gaudens' statue of general Sherman
soldier but he preferred peace) DAD
I
Salute to the trees - CZ5
I
Song-sparrow, The - BR5, MPB, PB4, PTR6
- (Sherman was
THBP
a
MS1T6
Van Dyke, Henry (Cont'd)
I
Things I prize, The - (The normal, homey things of life) MW6, TC5
I
Work - GR6
Van Dyne, Mary E.
I
Nation's birthday, The - DAD, H
Van Rensselaer, Mariana Griswold (Mrs, Schuyler)
KP
I Wonder - (Would a star burn ones hand?) FVYC
I
Lighthouse star, The - (Remarks of) NA4
KP
Manners - (Likes and dislikes in aunts and uncles) MPB
I
Morning, after the storm - (Beauty of and damage done) NAS
PI
Stars in town, The - (Child in town recognizes stars, that he saw
at the seashore) MC
P
Stormy day, A - (Child makes-believe before the fire that he is
cold, wet, and hungry) MC
KP
Typewriter, The - GF
I
Violin, The - (interpretation of music by a master violinist) MW4
I
Whispering Pine tree, The - (How the pine learned to whisper like
the sea) PCH
KP
Wind, The - (Child asks how the wind grows) FVYC
Van Vorst, Marie
I
American volunteers, The - (World War I many volunteered for service
in France before the United States entered) PAP
Van Winkle, Gertrude
KPI
Magic waves - (Radio) GF
PI
Microphone, The - GF
KP
My radio - GF
KP
Static - (Is it fairies?) GF
Vautor, Thomas
I
Sweet Suffolk owl - (Description of the owl) CH, LC
-572Very, Jones
I
Latter rain, The - (Rain in harvest time) GN, POS
I
October - (Frost) PG1, POS
I
To the humming bird - (Humming bird killed by an animal) LC
1
Tree, The - (Beauty of a tree thru out the year) BR6, GN, OHP, PFEM
Vestal, Stanley
I
Riding song - (Cowboy ballad) CSR:5
Vinal, Harold
I
Flight - (Airplane pilots who make new records) MPB
Von Chamisso, Adelbert
I
Toy of the giant’s child, The - (Giant child took a peasant
for a toy but her father made her put him back) CLP, STP
PI
Tragic story, A - (Unhappy Chinese tried to make pigtail hang in
front) C0BV2, MPB
W., A,
PI
Youth - (Advantages of) MPB
Wade, Blanche Elizabeth
PI
Song of the Christmas tree, The - (Song of life of a Christmas
tree) OHP
Waddy, R. W.
I
Old Friends - (Books are old friends) TVSH
Wadsworth, Olive A«
KPI
Over in the meadow - (Many creatures live in the meadow; all babies
cared for by their mothers) CFBP, CLP, C0BV1, GF, PB3, PG1, PP04,
SSN, T, UTS, WR3
Wonderful meadow, The - RAR
Waldo, Rose
PI
Camp chums - (Summer
KP
Kite tale8 - GF
P
ISy thankful prayer
Thanksgiving) PB1
vacation with grandfather) MPB
- (Thankful all the year and again
at
Waldo, Rose (Cont’d)
P
Sailboat secrets - (Child’s sailboat tells him sea secrets) PB2
KP
Sing-time - (Spring) GF
KPI
Take care - (Not to drive fairies away) GF
PI
Welcome - (To child from foreign land) MPB
Walker, Marion Mitchell
KP
Chickadee - GF
KP
Crocus - GF
KP
Lilies of the valley - GF
KP
Meadow Lark - GF
KP
Oriole - GF
PI
Quail - (Riddle) GF
KP
Sleepy Tulips, The - GF
PI
Woodpecker - (Riddle) GF
Wallace, Edna Kingsley
KP
Growing up - (Growing so fast that people tease) MSP
KP
Wishes - (Wish to be better looking) MSP
Wallace, William Ross
I
What rules the world? - (Mother) OHP
Walsh, Clara (tr,)
P
Japanese song, A - (Put out your horns, snail, and feel the
rain - GC3
Ward, C. C.
PI
Onion, The - (-regrets making people cry) PCH
Ward, Elizabeth Stuart Phelps
I
Lost colors, The - (The colors of a British regiment were
captured by the enemy) HBV
-574-
Ward, Lydia Avery Coonley
KPI
Christinas song - (Christmas story) CCP, H, OHP, PB1, PR
Why? - FVYC
At. - Field, Eugene. Song-Why do bells for Christmas Ring - RAR
PI
Flag song - MPB, PB3
P
Our flag - (Flag colors come from thesky) C02, PB2
PI
Song for flag day, A - H
I
Song of the flag, The - CH5, EG4
Warman, Cy
I
Memorial day - DAD, H
Warner, Anna B .
PI
Daffy-down-dilly - (Comes to prove spring is not dead)
MPB, OTP, PFEM, PGI, PRI, TV, TVSH
Ready for duty - C0BV2
Warner, Lily
PI
Hold fast what I give you - (Playing games in the garden) CLP
Warner, L. G.
PI
Friends - (Autumn - trees shed theirleavesto cover the ferns) TY
Warren, G. 0.
I
Peace - (Peace after the World War) H
Warton, Thomas
I
Sunshine after a shower - OTP
Washburn, Henry Stevenson
I
Day in June, A - (Memories of other June days) PGI, POS
I
East Wind, The - (East wind cool in July) POS
I
Last Robin, The - (Urging the robin to stay) POS
I
Song of the harvest - OHP, POS
I
Sunset on Lake Leman - (A boatride) POS
I
To the first robin - (Robin announces spring) POS
Watson, Christine Hamilton
KP
Fireflies - (Fireflies are really ghosts of sunshine pretending
to be fairy lanterns) FVYC
Watson, J.
I
Worme of Lambton, The - (Lambton, on atheist, fished on Easter
Sunday, and although he repented, was punished) STP
Watson, William
I
Song: "April, April" - HBV
Song to April - GN
Watts, Isaac
PI
Cradle hymn - (Christmas story) CBOV, FCP, GS, PR, SUSU
Cradle song - BFV, CB, OTP
PI
How doth the little busy bee - (Follow bee's example of industry)
CBOV, GS, HBV, OTP, PPAL, TV, TVSH
Busy, bee, The - PCH,PFEM, PGI
P
Hush, my dear, lie still and slumber - PGI
PI
Let dogs delight to bark and bite - (Children shouldnot quarrel)
CBOV, GS, OTP, PEC
Against quarrelling and fighting - TB
KP
Love between brothers and sisters - (Children should not quarrel
at home) APA, CBOV, TB
PI
Praise for mercies - (Thanks to God for his mercies)
I
Sluggard, The - (-a lazy man gets his just deserts) CBOV,
HBV, STP, TB
GS
CH, GS,
Watts, Marjorie Seymour
KP
New shoes - NPI
PI
Parade, The - PCH
P
Policeman, The - (Child becomes acquainted with the traffic cop)
UA2
Weatherly, Frederick Edward
I
Bell’s dream - (Nonsenseverse - theretaliation of
KP
Cats' tea-party, The
RAR, SSN
-(Kittens forgot
thefish)
mannersat party)
OTP
BVC, GS,
- 576-
Weather ly, Frederic Edward (Cont'd)
PI
Cherries - (While farmer made hay, robins picked cherries) BVC, SSN
I
Darby and Joan - (Review of fifty years of
PI
Discontented elm tree, The - (The tree that wished to be a wagon
and travel afar) TB
PI
Door at the end of our garden, The - (Child visits fairy daily in
the garden, and learns of far off places) MC
P
Dustman, The - (The sandman puts children to sleep) C0BV1, OTP
PI
Gray dove’s answer, The - (The swallows try to persuade the
doves to fly south) TV, TVSH
I
Lobster and the maid, The - OTP, TB
KP
married life) LC
My garden - (Child knows that God guards his garden) MC
PI
"Peg away" - (if a task must be done - keep at it and cheerfully)
TVSH
KP
Rock-a-bye - (Lullaby for a doll) MC
I
Song of the corn, The - NW5, PCH, TB
PI
Tale, of the tart, The - (Making an apple tart) SUSTJ
KP
Toys at night - (What the toys do at night) TB
I
Unless - (Wishing to be something else) TB
KP
What might have been - (When one things of what
been, one is glad to be a child) TB
I
When the Christ child came - (Visit of the Christ child to a
poor home) OHP
onemight
have
Webb, Marion St« John
KP
Nugly little man, The - (A childs pretending frightenshimself) TV
P
Paper house, The - (Making a toy house) GC2
P
Snowman - GC3
P
Sunset Garden - (Child wonders what happens to the sun when it
goes over the top of the hill - PB2, TV1
Webb, Mary
I
Green rain - (A scene in the woods) CH
I
Happy life, The - ODP
I
Market day - (Walking to market one early April morning) CH
I
Water-Ousel, The - (Description) CH
Webster, Augusta
I
Pine, The - (Pine is an evergreen) OHP
Weeden, Howard
I
Cotton bloom, The - (The bloom of the cotton plant)
I
Voice in the night, A - (The mocking bird) PP06
PP05
Weil, Virginia
I
Monster, The - (Steam shovel) SY
Weir, Harrison
I
English robin, The - (English robin sings in
POS
storm of better days)
Welby, Amelia
I
Ranbow, The - (The rainbow is a symbol of God that life is eternal)
PP05
I
Twilight at sea - CZ5, OTP, POS
Weld, Dorothy
I
Mexican quarter, The - (Life in— ) SY
Welles, Winifred
PI
Angel in the apple tree, The - SAA.
PI
Aunt Eliza’s slow ear - GWP, SAA
PI
Bedtime - SAA
PI
Behind the waterfall - SAA
PI
Brothers in the snow - (A stag and bird) SAA
PI
Curious something - (Getting acquainted withface and
feature) SAA
-578Welles, Winifred (Cont'd)
PI
Dialogue between a mermaid and a kitten - (A mermaid tries to
entice a kitten to live with her) SAA
PI
Dogs euid weather - (A different dog for different kinds of
weather) SAA
PI
Elfin feast - SAA
PI
Fairy thief - PT, SAA
PI
Fairy under glass - SAA
PI
Fireflies - (What happens to fireflies that go searching in
the night) SAA
KPI
Green grass and white milk - (Cows munching to make milk for
children) SAA
PI
Green moth - (Moth lighted on child’s pillow) SAA, UTS
PI
Hidden water and secret fire - (Child asks questions about his
own body functions; perspiration and breathe) SAA
PI
Hollyhock lady - (Making a hollyhockdoll) SAA
P
Hoppergrass: - His funeral - SAA
PI
I cannot find the cold - SAA
PI
I'll be a bee - SAA
PI
Kind child - (Doves in the
PI
Listening - (Ears) SAA
PI
Lucky snail, The - SAA
PI
Man with a little pleated piano, A - GWP, SAA
PI
Minim and the two mice - (Two mice caring for a giant) SAA
PI
Old Ellen Sullivan - (Our washwoman) GWP, MPB, SAA
PI
Orchard in the hand - (A child’s hand compared to an orchard) SAA
PI
Questions for a new moon - SAA
PI
Robin’s eggs - SAA
PI
Runaway fountain - SAA
snow) SAA
-579Welles, Winifred - (Cont'd)
PI
Skipping along alone - (Skipping along the beach alone except
for the birds) SAA
PI
Starfish - SAA
PI
Stocking fairy - SAA
PI
Stone saint - (A stone saint in the church niche) SAA
PI
Things left alone - (What happens to things in the house when
the family is out?) SAA
PI
Three lovely holes - (Three holes in the barn roof) SAA
I
Tree at dusk, A - MPB, SP, TSW
Wells, Anna M.
PI
Cow-boy’s song, The - (Boy who brought cow from pasture cannot
make her go through gate) CLP, PR
Wells, Carolyn
P
All hallow eve - (Hallowe'en fun) DAD
KP
Animals' fair, The - (The wild anumals hold their fair) THBP
PI
Arch armadillo, The - (Nonsense - using a procupine pillow) PCH
PI
Dream lesson, A - (Child who would not go tobed dreamed that he
was planted in a garden) CFBP, TC4
I
Happy hyena, The - (Nonsense) PCH
PI
How to tell the wild animals - CD4, CU4, GR6, MPB, PB4, RLS5, SR4,
TL6, TT6, TJTS
KPI
Mishaps of gentle Jame, The - (Nonsense - making use of puns) THBP
I
Retribution - (Child thinks of notes of thanks that must be
written for Christmas gifts) ABVC
PI
Young America - (Child restrained from using dangerous and noisy
fireworks) DAD
Welsh, Robert Gilbert
I
Trees - (Different kind of trees) CZ5
Werner,, Alice
I
Banneraan of the Dandenong - (Friend gave his life for friend) TVSH
-580Wesley, Charles
I
Easter hymn - (Christ is risen) DAD, H, OHP
I
Hark*. The herald angels - PCH
West, Lilian Bayne
KP
May basket, A - (Robin's may basket) GP
Weston, Rebecca, J ,
PI
Morning Prayer - PCH
Westwood, Thomas
PI
Bee and the lily, The - (A bee gathers honey) TV, TVSH
P
Kitten
gossip - (The life ofa cat) ABVC
I
Lark's
grave, The - TV, TVSH
PI
Little
Bell - (Little girl kindto blackbird and squirrel, who
were kind to her) CLP, GN, PPO, TV
I
Lost lamb, The - (Child finds lamb lost in storm) ABVC, CFBP, OTP,
PCH
I
Mine host of the "Golden Apple" - (Thanks to the apple tree
from one who ate from it, and slept under it) BVC, COBV2, GN,
MC, OHP, OTP, TC6, WP5
PI
Under my window - (Three girls pilfer a flower garden)CFBP, CLP,
HBV, LC, OTP
Wette, Adelheid
PI
Witch's
ride, The - PCH
Wharton, Edith
I
With the tide - (Theodore Roosevelt) PAP
I
You and you - (To the
World War I United Statessoldiers) PAP
Wheeler, Curtis
I
Armistice night - H
Wheelock, John Hall
I
Immensity - (Watching
a hawk fly high in theheavens)
LC
-581Wheelock, Lucy
PI
Chorus of the flowers - (Different flowers tell of themselves)
PFEM
PI
Song of the lilies, The - (Easter lilies teach lessons for
children) OHP
Whitaker, Robert
I
Abraham Lincoln - H
White, Henry girke
I
Summer evening, A - (The farm after the day’s work in summer) BVC
White, Julia Jane
KP
By the fire - (Reading stories by the fireside) SY
White, Raelene Newell
PI
Rain-talk - (Rain asks to be let into the house) PCH
White, Viola Chittenden
PI
Dutch slumber song - (Life in Holland) NA4, NW6
Whitman, Sarah Helen
I
After the summer storm - (Evening calm after a storm) POS
I
Day of the indian summer, A
•• (Warm day after a frost) POS
I
Still day in autumn, A - (A
walk in autumn) POS
I
Trailing arbutus, The - POS
Whitman, Walt
I
First dandelion, The - TSW
I
Hush'd be the camps today - (Death of Lincoln mourned
soldiers) OHP
by
I
I hear America singing - (Workers of America singing)
CU5, FH6, GR6, MPB, ODP, PB5, PCH
BFP, BR6,
I
Indian woman, The - (Visits
I
Joy, shipmate, Joyi - (Death brings
I
Justified mother of men, The - (Description) OHP
a white man's house) PCH
a new life) BBV,HBV,
OHP, PCH
Whitman, Walt (Cont'd)
I
Miracles - (Of nature) CD6
I
0 captain'. My captain I - (The grief of a nation over the
death of Lincoln) BBV, BFP, CTBP, DAD, GN, GS, H, HBV,
LC, ODP, OHP, OTP, MPB, PAP, PB4, PEC, RGO, T, TSW, TVSH
I
Old-time sea fight, An - (a naval battle won against great
odds) GR6
I
Pioneers'. 0, Pioneers - (Westward) FAS6, GR6, MPB, MW4, PB6,
RLS6
I
Runner, The - (in training) PCH, TSW
I
Salute Au Monde - (Watching another planet) SUSU
I
Song for all seas, all ships - CH
I
Two veterans - (Father ans son fought together, died together
and are to be buried together) GN
Whitney, Adeline Dutton
PI
Larvae - (Life cycle of a moth) CLP
I
Up in a wild - (A brook flows into a river) POS
Whitney, Hattie
PI
Winter apples - PFEM
Whitney, Helen Hay
KP
Cat, The - (Clever) GF, SHR2
Whittier , John Greenleaf
I
Abraham Davenport - (May 19, 1780 is famous in history as New
England's dark day) BFV, PB5
I
April - (Waiting for spring) POS
I
At Port Royal - (Negro slaves greet the union soldiers) PAP
I
Barbara Frietchie - (An old woman saved the flag) ABVC, BBV, C
HBV, OTP, PAP, PB4, PEC, RS, TB, TC6, TVSH
I
Barclay of Ury - (A quaker teaches forgiveness) STB
-583Whittier, John Greenleaf (Cont’d)
I
Barefoot boy, The - BFV, CLP, EC4, GN, HBV, LC, OTP, PGI,
PP05, TC6
I
Brown dwarf of Rugen, The - (Rescuing a maiden from elfen land)
BR5, PP05, STP
I
Brown of Ossawatomie - (John Brown) OTP
I
Chicago - (Kindness
I
Conductor Bradley
I
Corn song, The - CTBP, GN, N6, OHP, OTP, PB5, PP05, TC6
I
Frost spirit, The
I
Gift of Tritemius - (Abbot gave silver candlesticks from altar to
redeem a slave and found them replaced with gold) TVSH
I
Harvest hymn - OHP
I
How the robin
I
Huskers, The - LC, PB6, PP05
I
Hymn, A - (A prayer to preserve peace in our country) TC6
I
Ichabod - (Denunciation of Webster for his viewpoint on legislation compromise and fugitive slave law) DAD
I
In school days - (A little girl was sorry because she "spelled
down" a boy friend) CLP, GR5, PP05, T, TL6, TY
I
Indian summer
- BFP, BFV, DAD,PCH,
I
James Russell
Lowell - DAD
I
Kallunborg church - (A danish legend - A church built by a troll)
GBV
I
King solomon and the ante - (Queen of Sheba's surprise at Solomon's
consideration of ants) N4
I
Laus Deo - (Bells ring for freedom of slaves) DAD
I
Mother» from snowbound - (Mother tells stories of
colonial times) OHP
I
Mrs. Choate's house warming - (A washerwoman worked and earned a
home) PP05
shownin the Chicago fire) DAD
- (Gave his life to save a wreck) N6
- (Work of frost) ABVC, BR5, PCH
came - (An indianlegend) BR5, PP05
TY
her youth in
-584Whittier, John Greenleaf (Cont'd)
I
My playmate - (Lamenting the departure of a playmate) BFV
I
my trust - (A gray haired man thinks of his mother’s care) OHP
I
Pipes at lucknow, The - (During the sepoy rebellion in India
1857, a Scottish regiment rescued the besieged English garrison
at Lucknow) ABVC, GN, HBV, PP06, TVSH
I
Poor voter on Election Day, the - (On election day all voters
are equal) D6
PI
Pumpkin, The - (The pumpkins make pies and jack-o-lanterns)
DAD, EG6, OHP, PB1
I
Red riding-hood - (A little girl fed a squirrel and birds
winter's day) GR4, N4, PP04
on a
I
Ship-builders, The - ABVC
I
Skipper Ireson’s ride - (Skipper, tarred and feathered by the
women relatives of the shipwrecked men he did not save) ABVC,
GBV, OTP
I
Snowstorm, The - N5, POS, PP05
I
Song of the negro boatman - (Freedom for the slaves) GN
I
Three bells, The - (To the rescue of a sinking ship) PB6,
TC6
I
Trailing Arbutus - TC6
I
Valuation - (Two men who had different views on sharing their
money) PP05
I
Washington's vow - (’’Union, liberty and law") OHP
I
Wishing bridge, The - (A wish made on this bridge would come
true) PP05
PEC,
Wickham, Anna
I
Singer, The - (Creating songs) TSW
Widdemer, Margaret
KP
Bear hunt, The - (Child and brother play at hunting polar bears)
MPB, OHBP, PB1, THBP, UTS
KP
Daisy Field, The - (Child played in daisy field) RAR
-585Widdemer, Margaret
PI
(Cont’d)
Faithless flowers, The - (A pun of flower names) BR4, CCP,
MPB, SP
PI
Family dragon, The - (Children try to track dragon to his lair
by foot prints in snow) OHBP, THBP
K
Invisible playmate, The - (Child has imaginary playmate) MPB, RAR
I
Little carved bowl, The - FP
KP
Looking-glass pussy, The - (Kitten plays with reflection in a
mirrow) RAR, UTS
I
Old Kings, The - (Ghosts of old kings rise and want to fight
again) LC
PI
Procession, The - (Procession of flowers from spring to winter)
OHBP, THBP
PI
Secret, The - (Child plays pirates under boardwalk at seashore)
MPB OHBP, THBP
»
I
Summer song - (Free to go - now where) CB05, RCB5
I
Watcher, The - (Mother) TSW
P
Willow cats, The - (Pussy willows) CCP, PB2, RS
Wiggin, Kate Douglas
P
Child and the world, The - (Child thinks about God’s world)
PFEM, PPAL
P
Cuddle down, dolly - (Lullaby for doll) PPAL
YJllcox, Ella Wheeler
I
Naughty little comet, A - PFEM
I
Wishing - (if you wish the world were better and wiser work
to make it so) D5
Wilde, Oscar
I
Joy - (Signs of spring) PCH
I
Mid-winter - (A cozy wood fire) PCH
I
Symphony in yellow - (Familiar yellow objects) PCH
Wilder, John Nichols
I
Stand by the flag - GN, H, LC
Wilkins, Alice
KP
Ducks, The - GP
KP
Elephants trunk, The - GF
KP
Fairies' lights - (Fireflies are
KP
Fun on the beach - GF
KP
Leaves drink, The - GF
KP
Little brown bear - GF
KP
Little frog, A - GF
KP
My funny
KP
New shoes - (Child enjoys new shoes) GF, STTSTJ
KP
KP
fairylights) GF
umbrella - GF
Snow - GF
Ways of traveling - (Life cycle-frog) GF
Wilkinson, Marguerite
I
Chant out of doors, A - (A chant
tonature)FH6,
I
Robber in England, The - (Robber
England) FH6
ofmemories ofbeautiful
I
Song for mother's day, A - C06
I
SP, WP6
Waking up - (Going to sleep and wakening) LC
Willcox, Louise Collier
PI
Among the constellations - T
Willcox, Westmore, Jr.
I
Diver, The - (At the bottom of the ocean) T
I
Over the downs - T
I
Runner sings, A - (The world seen from a mountain) T
-587Wi 11lams, Charles
PI
Kings came riding - (Three kings journeyed to Bethlehem) APA
Willis, Nathaniel Parker
I
April - (Violets are found in April) POS
Wills, James
P
Traveling - (Prom coach to airplane) N3
Willson, Dixie
I
Mist and all, The - (Contrasts-person by cozy fire enjoys cold,
rainy fall day) MPB, NW6, OHBP, PB4, THBP
P
Politely - (Goldilocks should return articles she destroyed
to baby bear) OHBP, THBP
KP
Rainbows - GF
KP
She would - (A kite) GF
KP
Smiling - (jack-o-lantern) GF
KP
Tip-toe tale - (Nonsense - fish visits the city) GF
Wilson, Alexander
I
Bluebird, The - (The bluebird is welcome in spring) POS
Wilson, Charlotte, pseud.
See-Baker, Mrs. Karle
Wilson
Wilson, Fay
P
Spring 6ong - CB03
Wilson, John
I
Evening cloud, The - (Cloud in the sunset) POS
Wilson, Lewis, G .
I
Hylodes, The - (Peeping frogs announce spring) POS
Wilson, Marjorie
P
Postman, The - TT3
I
Tide, The - (Listening to, and watching the tide at night) APA, PCH
-588Wilson, McLandburg
I
Memorial day - (Honor live memories) DAD
Wilson, Robert Burns
I
Such is the death the soldier dies - (Dying soldier more
interested in battle than self) DAD
Wilson, V. B.
I
Ticonderoga - OTP, PAP
Winder , Blanche
KP
Tom Thimble - (A family of tiny people live in a white thorn
tree) APA
Wing, Helen
KP
Apple blossoms - GF
KP
Clouds - GF
KP
Crickets - GF
KP
Hallowe'en - (A hallowe’en party) GF
KP
March wind - GF
PI
Midnight performance, A - (Fairies at midnight) GF
KP
Monday morning - (Wash day for doll clothes) GF
P
Neighbors - (Looking at brother's geography) CD3, GF
KPI
Other children - (Children of other lands) CTJ4, GF
KP
Rain - GF
KP
Rock-a-bye song, A - GF
KP
Turtle town - (Nonsense) GF
Wingate, Mary
I
Washington - (George Washington, an inspiration to men) H, OHP
Winslow, Helen Maria
I
August - (Signs of) PGI, POS
Winsten, S.
I
Every child of everyland - (Though language is different
children are the same, the world over) EG4
Winton , Elizabeth
PI
Little Valentine, A - PCH
P
Special delivery - (A valentine) PCH
P
Summer walk, A - (A frog advises a run away girl to go home) PCH
KPI
Surprise, A -(Pixies in the roses) PCH
Wither , George
I
Christmas carol, A - (Trim the house, feast and be merry) LC
I
For summer time - (Joy of summer) LC
I
I loved a lass - (But she left him) CH
I
Manly heart, The - (Why pine for a woman) TVSH
I
Our joyful feast - (invitation to enjoyment) OHP
I
Sleep, baby, sleep - OTP
Rocking hymn - A, T
Wolfe, Ffrida
KP
Choosing shoes - (Child prefers pretty 6hoes to sensible ones)
SUSU, THBP
KP
Four and eight - (Children watch bees in the foxgloves) MC
P
Hidden - (What makes the familiar things in life go?) TV, TVSH
PI
Poppies - (The poppies that danced yesterday have each left a
box of dreams on the stem) MC, PCH
KP
What the toys are thinking - (Toys in a shop advise the children
who come to look) THBP
Wolfe, Humbert
KPI
Blackbird, The - (A blackbird sings) CCP, GR6, MC, MPB, PCH, PT,
SUSTJ, UTS, WP3
PI
Lilac, The - (Who made the lilac?) - FP, MC
-590-
Wolfe, Humbert (Cont’d)
I
Trebizond, Jonah and the Minnows - (Fishing) RS
Fishes, - RS
PI
Tulip - FP
PI
Two sparrows - (Jealous of a thrush) FP, TSW
Wolley, John
KP
Family portraits, The - (Ashamed of a naughty boy) SY
Wood, Dorothy
I
Three cunning crabs - (Crabs hunting food) POS
Wood, Edna D.
PI
Bumblebee, The - (Welcome if does not mistake child for a flower) PCH
PI
Firefly - (A captured firefly escapes) PCH
Wood, Erskine Scott
I
First snow - (Cows and calves bawl in the snow) NA6
Woodworth, Francis Charming
KP
Snow-bird’s song, The - (Chick-a-dees are warm in winter) PFEM,
PPAL, SSN
Snowbird, The - C0BV1
Woodworth, Samuel
I
Needle, The - (Woman presents a pleasing appearance while
sewing) GN
I
Old oaken bucket, The - (Memories of childhood home) EC5, PEC
Woolson, Abba Goold
I
Summer’s day, A - (Cycle of a June day) POS
Woolson, Constance Fenimore
I
Tom - (Tom, the day rescues a child from a burningmill)BR5, PFEM
Worden, Alonzo Teall
I
Partridges - (Partridges are shy) POS
Wordsworth, Dorothy
I
Address to a child during a boisterous winter evening - (The
wind may wreck havoc but it cannot be seen* and children are safe
in the house) ABVC* OTP
I
Cottager to her infant, The - (Lullaby) CH, GS, LC,
I
Wind, The - (From where does the wind come?) PAD
PR
Wordsworth, William
PI
Alice fell - (Alice’s coat was destroyed in the wheel of a
chase so another purchased for her) HBV, OTP, PB5, PP03, RPP3
I
Blind highland boy, The - OTP
I
Childless father, The - (Went hunting) CH
I
Daffodils - (Poet remembers a field of daffodils)ABVC, BFP, CBOP,
CSBP, DAD# GBV, GN, MPP, OTP, PGI, POS, TVSH
I wandered lonely - BPB, FP, RGO
I wandered lonely as a cloud - HBV,LC, ODP, OTP, PEC, SUSTJ, T
I
Daisy, The - ABVC
I
Faith and freedom - (Freedom of thought and
I
Fidelity - (Dog watched three months bydead master) PEC
I
First swallow, The - (Too early swallowteaches lesson of
youthful impatience) POS
I
Goody Blake and Harry Gill - (A selfish man who refuses wood to an
old woman is punished by always being cold) CB
I
In March - PGI
P
Kitten and the falling leaves, The - ABVC, BPB, HBV, LC, N4, PR
I
Kitten at play, The - OTP
PI
Lines written in March - (Spring) TY
I
Lucy Gray; or, solitude - (The tragic death of Lucy Gray in a
snow storm) BFV, BPB, CB, CFBP, CH, CLP, GS, HBV, OTP, PB6,
PP06, PR, T, TB, TVSH
I
My heart leaps up when I behold - (Thoughts induced by the span
of the rainbow-the span of life) OTP, PB5, TVSH
Rainbow, The - DAD,
FP, HBV, LC,PEC, T
Rainbow in the sky, The - RS
speech) GN
-592Word sworth , William (Cont’d)
I
Nightingale, The - (Comparing songs of nightingale and dove) DAD
I
Nutting - POS
PI
Pet lamb, The - CB, GS, OTP, PG2, PP03, PR, SSN, TB
I
Redbreast chasing a butterfly, The - OTP
Red breast and the butterfly, The - ABVC, LC
I
Reverie of poor Susan, The - (Recalling home) BPB CH, HBV, LC,
N OTP, TY
'
Poor Susan - CB
Poor Susan’s dream - CBOP
I
Seven sisters - (Tragic fate of-) OTP
I
Skating - (Skating party at night) CH, GN, POS
I
Sonnet composed upon Westminster Bridge - NP6,
Upon Westminster bridge - BFP, TVSH
I
Stepping westward - CH
I
To a butterfly - ABVC, GCB04, LC, LR4, N4,NA6,PB6, PFEM, PP04
Stay near me - OTP
I
To a child - (The humblest serves) HBV, TY
In a child’s album - GN, PCH
I
To a skylark - (The song of a skylark cheers) DAD, HBV, LC
I
To the cuckoo - BFP, BPB, CTBP, LC, OTP, T, TVSH
I
To the daisy - HBV, PG2
I
To the small
I
Two April mornings - (Stories of) BPB
PI
Violet, The - PCH
I
Voices of spring - GCB04, LR4
I
Waterfall and Eglantine, The - (They failed to livein peace) OTP
I
We are seven - (A little girl who
HBV, PP04, T
I
Whir1-Blast, The - (Hail storm) OTP
celandine - (Praises
OTP
of) OTP, POS, TB
couldn’t count) CFBP,CLP, GN,
-593Wordsworth, William (Cont'd)
I
Wren’s nest, A - PG2, TC5
I
Written in March - (Spring in the fields) ABVC, FP, HBV, LC, MPB,
OTP, PCH, RGO, RS, SUSU, TB, TC6
March - BFP, BFV, CBOV, CFBP, DAD, PB3, PP05, PR, PTR5, S6
Merry month of March - CBOP
Work, Henry Clay
I
Marching through Georgia - OTP
Wotton, Henry
I
Character of a happy life, The - HBV, OTP, TVSH
Lord of himself - PP06
I
Elizabeth of Bohemia - (Beauty of) BPB
I
Happy life, A - (Happy is he who thinks clearly) PEC
I
May day, A - (Description of spring) CH
Wyatt, Mary L.
I
Sail on the clouds, A - (Sail on a cloud to find weather) POS
Wylie, Elinor
I
Madman’s song - (Never forget your dreams) MSP
I
Puritan’s ballad, The - (An unfaithful, sailor lover) TSW
PI
Velvet shoes - (Walking in the snow) CH, LC, MPB, N4, NA6, ODP,
PCH, SP, SR4, THBP, TSW
Wynne, Annette
PI
Across the bridge - (Why do people cross a rbidge inmorning
back at night) FDD
and
P
Acter vacation - (First day of school is fun) FDD
KP
Airplane, The - FAS3, FDD, GF, SSN
P
All day the happy Indian - (Indian did not have a
FDD
cool white bed)
PI
All the things a brid is (For four children) - (A
builder, a traveler, a singer and a teacher) FDD
bird is a
-594Wynne, Annette (Cont’d)
PI
All the world is right for play -
(May is month forplay)
FDD
P
Alone and together - (Return home
after playing alone) FDD
PI
April is a baby - FDD
PI
April, the magican - (All the world grows new) FDD
PI
April’s shiny new - (April weather) FDD
I
Arbor day - we plant tree seeds - CHR4, FDD, SS5, TT5
P
Are you frowning, April-child - (April rain and sun) FDD
P
August - (August weather) FDD
PI
Autumn play - (Autumn is young and colorful) FDD
PI
Autumn wind, The - (Antics of) FDD
PI
Before it's time to go to bed - (October had a party) FDD
PI
Before the fountains flow - (Spring must be in theheart) FDD
P
Beggar bird, A - (Bird begs for crumbs in winter but pities
human beings in spring) FDD
PI
Beggar trees, The - (Spring is a magician who changes trees
to Princes) FDD
KP
Behind each star - (A dream behind each star) FDD
P
Being a fairy - (Fairy tasks) FDD
P
Being a hermit - (Planning to be a hermit) FDD
KP
Bird may 6it and sing, A - (But children must do more) FDD
KP
Bird of the sky - (How does it feel to be a bird) FDD
KP
Blue - (Blue for sky and eyes) FDD
P
Blue-eyed grass of May - (Shining
I
Book, book - FDD, H, TL5
I
Books are soldiers - FDD, H
PI
Books never tell - (Washington must have been a perfect boy)
FDD, WP4
stars) FDD
-595Wynne, Annette (Cont'd)
KPI
Boxes - (Houses are boxes) FDD
I
Bright shines the star-dipped flag - (^Conquer or die") FDD
PI
Busy street, A - FDD
KP
Butterfly, lend me your wings I pray - (Child tried butterfly
wings but could not fly) FDD
P
Butterfly talks, A - (Butterfly things) FDD
PI
Calling the Roll - (April calls the flowers)
KP
Cars go fast - (Cars do not tire
P
Cat might sit up in a tree, A - (Suspicious of a cat near a
bird nest) FDD
KP
Chairs - (Indians do not havechairs) FDD, GF
KP
Children clap their hands, The -
(A new star) FDD
PI
Christopher Columbus - FDD, EG3,
H, TC4
PI
Clear away - (The wind sweeps the sky) FDD
PI
Colored countries - (Wish to visit countries
funny on a map) FDD
PI
Columbus - (An Italian boy) FDD, H, MPB
P
Crocuses, Crocuses, how you grow - (Crocuses
soldier and march) FDD
P
Curly white cloud loves the sky, The - (Cloud stays in the
sky until rain is needed) FDD
P
Daisies standing in the rain -
P
Dandelions in the sun - FDD
PI
Dark, The - (Dark outside butlight at
PI
Days - (Many kind of days make
P
December - (Christmas) FDD
KP
Dream, A - (Dream of a pie and
FDD
as feet do) FDD, GF
that look so
will notplay
(Do not object) FDD
home)- FDD
a year) FDD, SS4
a lion) FDD
—596—
Wynne, Annette (Cont'd)
PI
Each dawn - (A wish for a new day) FDD
PI
Each new little day slips out of my hand -
FDD
KP
Easter day - (World dressed up for Easter)
FDD
KPI
Elephant, The - FDD, GF
KP
End
of fun -
(School begins, Rover m is s e s Jim m y) FDD
PI
End
of March
- (Plant life waits the call of spring)FDD
PI
End
of winter - (Tired of Jack Frost) FDD .
KP
Eugene Fieldborn September 3, 1850 - (Friend of lady
Hushaby Street) FDD
PI
Every day’s a little year - (Keep it well)
PI
Every one knows March's way - FDD
PI
Excuse us, animals in the zoo - (People stare atanimals
in the zoo) UTS
KP
Fairies do not like the dark, The - (Fairies light the
way with glow-worms) FDD
PI
Fairy
school, The - (Flowers go to fairy school in winter) FDD
KP
Fairy
shoes - (Fairy shoes are tiny and very quiet) PVYC
P
Fairy trail, The - (Through the fields) FDD
KP
Family cares - (A doll family is a care) FDD
PI
Far North, The - (Children can play even there) FDD
PI
Feathery snow, - FDD
P
Fierce adventures - (Playing knights and pirates) FDD
KP
Fierce Parents *(Indian fathers are like all fathers) FDD
KP
Fir tree, The - (Fir trees hoped to be Christmas trees) FDD
P
First
PI
Flag, our flag - (Flag day) CHR3, EG3, FDD, TT4
of
EG5, FDD
of May, The - (Buds burst) FDD
-597Wynne, Annette (Cont’d)
PI
Flage - (Flags of all sizes are the same symbol)
HC3, RR3
EG4, FDD*
P
Flowers laugh and talk and play - FDD
KP
For a child's book - FDD
P
For every star - (Stars fell as snow) FDD
PI
Foreign children never know* The - (What foreign
think of us) C03* C0W3, FDD
KPI
Forest, The - (Forest is town of trees) FDD
PI
Fountain is so happy, The - FDD
PI
Friendly little wishes - (Wireless messages) FDD
PI
Friendly tree* The - (Tree is a true friend) FDD
PI
Friendly tree, this is your day - FDD
KPI
Friendly world, A
P
Garden wasn’t a garden, The - (Garden was
imaginative play) FDD
PI
Geography journeys - (imaginative journeys) FDD
KP
Giant-land - (Lanterns are glow-worms and trees grass) FDD
P
Glad sun, The - (Sun brings day) FDD
PI
God made the mountain very high - (Sense of perspective) FDD
PI
God's garden - (Nature description) FDD
PI
God’s gold - (Dandelions) FDD
KPI
God's house has a ceiling - (The sky) FDD
PI
Going to the poor
PI
Gold hunting - (Dandelions are gold) FDD
PI
Good morning, day - (A new day to be filled) FDD
P
Good words - (Good words and bad words) FDD
children
- (Friendly words sweep away gloom) FDD
a castle in
- (Child with Christmas baskets) FDD
-598Wynne, Annette (Cont'd)
KP
Good-morning, Sun - FDD
P
Grass is very glad for rain, The - (Grass and window panes
like rain, why not children) FDD
P
Grassy meadow school - (Lesson - the best thing is to grow) FDD
I
Great Washington - FDD
PI
Great white world - (Covered with snow) FDD, TT4
PI
Greeting - (Valentine) FDD
KP
Grown-ups, The - (Grown-ups too busy to cut out pictures, etc.)
FDD
PI
"Guck-acht-che?" - (Have you a letter in Alaskan?) FDD
KP
Hallowe’en - (Wishes come true on Hallowe'en) C02, FDD
PI
Happy little clock, The - FDD
P
Harebells - (Harebells announce to fairies that June has come)
FDD
PI
Harebells in June - (Harebells ring to call the elves to plan
for June) FDD, SUSU
PI
Harebells ring, The - (Harebells announce
June) FDD
PI
Hearts were made to give away - EG4, FDD,
GCB3, HC1, HW4,
KP
Here's a lazy pussy - (Time for pussy willow to put on summer
dress) FDD
KP
Here's the seed, first I dig - (Child plants a tree seed, wonders
about it's life and his) FDD
PI
Hermit on an island, A - (Wouldn't a hermit get lonesome?) FDD
PI
High and mighty - (Telegraph and telephone poles carry heavy
wires) FDD
PI
Hills - (The far away hills call the adventurer) FDD, PT
KP
Holidays - (Flowers like holidays when children are not in
school) FDD
PI
Homes - (All kinds) FDD
MW4
-599Wynne, Annette (Cont'd)
KP
House-cat, The - FDD, PB1, SHR1
P
How a fairy spends the day - (Always beautiful and
KPI
Heard a little fairy say - (Fairy seen in a flower) FDD
PI
I heard it in the valley - (Spring heard before it
KP
I keep three wishes ready - (For a meeting with a fairy) MSP
PI
I know a man - (Rich because he has a friend andbooks) FDD
KP
I know a pussy - (Pussy willows) FDD
PI
Like the brook - (Enjoyment) FDD, SS3
PI
I like to wander off alone - (and wonder) FDD
KP
I love these days - (Pleasant autumn days) FDD
PI
I marred a day - FDD
KP
I think I'd like you better, Star - (Star too far away) FDD
KP
I took a little seed to you -
(Seed grew into a tree) FDD
KP
I wish you were more friendly
sky - (Cannot reach sky) FDD
P
I wonder did each flower know
just know how to grow?) FDD
- (In the beginning, did flowers
PI
I wonder if the lion knows - (Child wonders if the
that he is feared) FDD
lion knows
P
If a bird may think - (Birds and children may have
thoughts) FDD
great
KPI
If it were January all the year - (Would we be Eskimo?)FDD,LR2
PI
If love were mine - (A wish to
KP
If Santa did not like his work - FDD
KP
If your nurse is cross or mean
P
I'm a pirate - (Taking dandelions) FDD
PI
I'm January - (Gifts of January) FDD
gay) FDD
is seen) MSP
share it) EG6, FDD
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llynne, Annette (Cont'd)
PI
I ’m not just February - (Gift6 of February) FDD
PI
I’m wishing the whole world Christmas - MSP
PI
In Columbus' time - (Would you have believed Columbus?) FDD
KPI
In land and sea and sky and air - (Beauty everywhere) FDD
P
In school - (In school children are in rows like c o m
after school children may run) FDD
PI
Indian children - (Child's idea of his town when occupied by
Indians) CD2, CHR3, C02, CU4, FDD, GF, GWP, HR3, MPB, N3, OHBP,
PB1, PCH, FTR3, RL2, RR3, SHR2, SUSU, THBP, TT3, WR4
PI
Isabel - (Honor to Queen Isabel who believed in Columbus)
FDD, RR3, TT5
PI
It isn’t only flakes that fall - FDD, SS2
KP
It must be fine to stand and sell - FDD
PI
It must have been queer - (Living in Washington's time - a
contrast with now) FDD
KP
It’s fun to have a secret - (Secrets
PI
Jack Frost in March - FDD
P
July - (Description) FDD
PI
June - (Fairy weather) FDD
KPI
June is such a bonny time - (Description)
P
"June" sang the river - (Description) FDD
PI
June’s flag - (June's red, white and blue) FDD
PI
Lady has a garden, The - (Contrast between large garden and a
window plant) FDD
PI
Lamps - (Different kinds) FDD
PI
Land and oceans - COV/3, FDD
PI
Land of school, The - FDD
KPI
Last leaf, The - (Little leaf sailed far away with wind) FDD
but
arefun) FDD
FDD
-601-
Wynne, Annette (Cont'd)
KP
Lazy little firefly -(Asking firefly to light way to fairy
FDD
camp)
PI
Leader, The - (The flag) FDD
PI
Leap year - FDD
KP
Leaves do not mind at all, The - (Leave enjoy adventure of
leaving tree) FDD
PI
Let's take the road and follow April - FDD
KPI
Letter is a Gypsy elf, A - (Letters travel to friends when we
cannot) FDD, SUSU
KP
Letter man, The - (An everyday Santa Claus)
P
Letters are small angels - FDD
PI
Library, The - (Description of library andbook friends) FDD
PI
Lincoln - FDD, TT5
KP
Lions running over the green - (Children play that they are
lions) FDD
KP
Little baby pussies - What do pussy willows do unseen? >- FDD, TT3
P
Little bird, 0 will you be a neighbor to me - FDD
KPI
Little bird upon the tree, The - (Far wiser than people) FDD
PI
Little boy and a cherry tree, A - FDD
PI
Little calendar, A - FDD
P
Little cloud comes down, The - (Cloud came down in rain) FDD
PI
Little Columbus - (What did Columbus think about and play with
when little) FDD, TT3
KP
Little Eskimo - (Wondering about Eskimo children) FDD, TT3, UA2
KP
Little folks in the grass - (Take care of life in the grasses)
FDD, SP, TT4, UTS
P
Little maid of far Japan - FDD, MPB, SS3
PI
Little new pupil, The - (Gray kitten) FDD
FDD
-602Wynne, Annette (Cont'd)
PI
Little New Year's come to stay, The - FDD
KPI
Little plant on the window speaks, The - (The plant in winter) FDD
KP
Little room - (Room is a shelter) FDD
KP
Little seed speaks, The - (Hard to learn how to grow) FDD
P
Little tiger cat - (Child compares tiger cat to tiger) FDD,
OHBP, THBP
PI
Little window, The - FDD
KP
Little words within my hook - FDD
PI
Long ago and far away - (Good days gone by) EG4, FDD
KP
Magic - (Place words in a row and you can have a story) FDD, SHR1
I
Man and dog and horse and tree - (All are friends to mankind) FDD
PI
March - FDD
P
March and April -
PI
March, March - FDD
PI
March wind comes, The - FDD
P
May - C^oon of green leaves” Indian name for May) FDD
P
May baskets - FDD
PI
May has decked the world - (For memorial
PI
May has such a winsome way - FDD
P
May is pretty, May is mild - (Come,children,
PI
May snow - (Petals) FDD
KP
Mayor's children, The - (Mayor's children have two lamps outside
the door) FDD
P
Meadow brook, The - (Brook is an elf who sometimes plays by
himself) FDD
PI
Memorial Day - (Memorial Day should be an inspiration throughout
the year) FDD, OHP, TCR
(For two children) - (Advice to flowers) FDD
day) FDD
out to play) FDD
-603-
Wynne, Annette (Cont'd)
PI
Mighty things - (Dreams make mighty things) FDD
PI
Milky way, The - (A dream lost) FDD
P
Moon and I, The - (Playing with the moon) FDD
PI
"Moon of green leaves" - (Indian name for month
PI
Moon walked, The - (Moon reflection on water and grass) FDD
KPI
Mothers - FDD
KPI
Mother’s fingers - (Always busy) FDD
KP
Mountain may seem very high, The - (Big mountain fits into
small picture) FDD
I
My book - (A gate way to minstrelsy)
FDD
KPI
My book holds many stories - FDD, H,
SR3
PI
My candle most absurdly small - (Sheds friendly
PI
My little star - (Favorite star) FDD
I
My land is God's land - TC4
PI
My story book - EG5
PI
My window looks upon the sky - FDD
KPI
Not thankful - (Turkey not thankful) FDD
PI
November - (November wind cold but November brings Thanksgiving
also) FDD
PI
0 little road - (Where does it go?) C0W3, FDD
PI
0 sea with good anas - FDD
P
Ocean mightier than the land - (Would ocean be kind to a child?)
FDD
PI
October - (October colors) FDD
KP
Old witch riding by - (Wishing on a witch) FDD
PI
On the ice - (Skating) FDD
of May) FDD
light)FDD
-604-
Wynne, Annette (Cont'd)
KP
Once when you were walking - (You never know when fairies may
be near) MC, SUSU, FDD
P
One little cloud is out today - (Sun frightened cloud away) FDD
PI
One, two, winter's
through - FDD
KP
Our Christmas tree
PI
Outside the door - (Snow time) FDD, PT, STJSU
I
Palos, Spain, 1492 - (Columbus sail from Spain) FDD, H
P
Paper moon, A - (Playing Gypsy) FDD
P
Peeping vine, The - (Vine peeps in the nursery) FDD
KP
Pens make word pictures - (Letters written and sent) FDD
KP
People buy a lot of things - (Child would buy a bird) FDD, UTS
PI
Pilgrims came, The - (We thank Pilgrims for Thanksgiving day)
CU4, FDD, GF, MPB, OHBP, OHP, THBP, TT3
- FDD
PI
Piping robin - (Time for spring) FDD
PI
Pleasant dark, The - FDD
KPI
Poets have the best of times - FDD
P
Poor little rich flower, The - (Pity for house plant as compared
with buttercup) FDD
PI
Poor trees stand and shiver so, The - (Trees in winter and
summer) FDD
KP
Postman, The - FDD
KPI
Postman is a happy man, The- FDD
PI
Pretty fir tree - FDD, GRP
P
Pretty nearly everybody - (Everybody has some fun)
KP
Pussy willow days - (Birds and pussy willows together) FDD
PI
Rain, rain - (April rain) FDD
KPI
Red and white roofs - (Colors of the flag) FDD
FDD
-605-
Wynne, Annette (Cont'd)
PI
Rhinoceros, The - FDD
PI
Riches - (Every-day things are riches enough) FDD
PI
Ring around the world - (Friendly children the world around)
PI
Roofs all day, The - (Roofs look at the sky) FDD
P
Safe and sound - (Life cycle of
PI
Sailor bold, A - (A sailor's life has its attractions but home
is safest for little boys) FDD
PI
St. Patrick's day - FDD
PI
Scholar, The - pretending to be a scholor) FDD
KP
Sea rools up, The - (Waves
PI
Sea that comes to meet my hand, The - (Separates us from
children in foreign lands) EG6, FDD, GCB3
P
Secret, A - (Enjoyment of a secret) GC3
PI
Seeing - (With the heart) FDD
PI
September - (September is golden) FDD
KP
Sheep that keeps me warm today - FDD
P
Sky and tree and hill and all - (Small child enjoys small things)
FDD
P
Sky loves the tall hills, The - (And takes care of them) FDD
KP
Sleep time - FDD
PI
Small clouds nestled
PI
Snow
in schooltime - FDD
I
Some
curious folks - (People who lack soulsforadventure)
PI
Some
FDD
people like the great things - (I prefer the
KP
Sometimes - (Wish to be as small as a robin or asbig
P
Song for Columbus day - (story of Columbus' voyage)CHR3, FDD
Trill
GWP
seeds) FDD, SHR1
not stay to play) FDD, WR1
in the sky, The - FDD
FDD
familiar things)
as a tree) FDD
-606Wynne, Annette (Cont'd)
KPI
Song of our land - EG5, FDD, TT5
PI
Song of thesnowflakes - FDD, SR3, WR3
KPI
Song-shop, The - FDD
PI
Songs - (Habits of brooks and birds) FDD
KPI
Spectators - (Watching monkeys in a cage) FDD
P
Spring - (Robins, flowers and new hats for
PI
Spring came walking - (A walk in spring) FDD
PI
Spring comes with wand in hand - FDD
PI
Spring race, The - (Race between bluebird and crocus)
PI
Spring signs out - (Robin sings, "Spring ishere")
P
spring) FDD
FDD
FDD
Sputtering glow worm - (Glow-worm must grow bigger to be a
star) FDD
PI
Stars are blinking, The - FDD
PI
Straight young trees - (Young
grow together) FDD
PI
Summer glory - (Growth from a seed) FDD
P
Sun, The - (Travels of the sun) FDD
P
Sun, dear sun - (Travels of the sun) FDD
PI
Sunshine has a pleasant way, The - FDD
PI
Suppose you were a little seed underground- (Spring calls) FDD
KP
Tall trees look out very far,
are short) FDD
PI
Teacher, The - GWP
PI
Teacher loves to keep the rule, The - FDD
PI
Telegrams - UA3
PI
Telegraph, The - C0W3, CTJ4, FDD, GF, HH3
trees stand
The - (Trees
alone but old trees
are tall but children
-607-
Wynne, Annette (Cont'd)
PI
Thanksgiving day - (Thanks to the Pilgrims who set the example)
FDD, OHP, TT4
KP
There's many a lonesome daisy - (Daisies lonesome for children,
and city children lonesome for daisies) FDD
P
There's no land like our land - (And no flag
PI
There's so much in the world to play - (Nevertime to finish
play) FDD
PI
Things that walk with feet - (Creatures of the sea cannot under­
stand walking on feet) FDD
PI
This is God's day - FDD
P
Thoughts - (Imaginative thoughts of the stars) FDD
P
Thoughts and flowers - (Thoughts compared with plant life) FDD
PI
Thousand thoughts, A - FDD
PI
Three little ships, The - (The three ships of Columbus) CR4, FDD, UA4
PI
Tired of snow - (Longing for spring) FDD
PI
To a bird - (How does a birdlearn
PI
To a tree - (Are you earthboundseeking
PI
To an old tree - FDD
KPI
To make a house - FDD
PI
To our
KP
To the cornflower - (Cornflowerlooks like
accessible) FDD
I
Today - (Living each day fully) FDD
KP
Traffic man, The - (Traffic policeman has fun) CR3, FAS3, FDD,
PTR2, RR3
PI
Trains in the desert - (Indian children watch the train) UA3
PI
Trainsin the grass
P
Tree outside, The
like ours) FDD, ER3
itswisdom?)
FDD
God?) FDD
good house - (Home) FDD
- (Watching
sky but more
a train go by) FDD
- (Trees shelter bird nests) FDD
-608-
Wynne, Annette (Cont’d)
PI
Tree stands very straight and still, The - (Tree elves do
not talk to children) C06, FDD, PT, SUSU
P
Tree that lives beside the brook, The - (Brook can be used
as a mirror) FDD
P
Trees to let - (Trees rented to birds who pay in songs) FDD, HCS
PI
Twelve months in a row - FDD
PI
Twilight - (Twilight is best) FDD
PI
Two skies - (Boating) FDD
P
Up clover lane - (Fairy streets) FDD
P
TTaifs - (City waif enjoyed a straggling daisy) FDD
PI
Washington.- FDD, TT4
PI
Water falls upon the ground, The - FDD
PI
Wave, wave, wave - (Speaking to a flag) FDD
KP
Weather cocks - (Weather cocks must go with the. wind) FDD
P
What does the seed wait for underground? - (Seeds wait for rain) FDD
KPI
When a boy plans in the yard - (Outdoor play maybe noisy but indoor
play must be quiet) FDD
KP
When children play and romp about - (Flowers play silently) FDD
PI
When days are crisp and bright - (Fun to play out in the snow) FDD
PI
When our land was new - (To Washington) FDD
KPI
When parents go out shopping - (They buy onlypractical things) FDD
KP
When people grow too big and wise - (Grown people donot care
for toys ) FDD
PI
When the day is over - (Bedtime) FDD, TT3
P
When the rain came down - (Children play outside in the rain) FDD
PI
Where bananas grow - (No snow) FDD
KPI
Where do thoughts come from? - FDD
P
Where is our flag’s home? - FDD
-609Wynne, Annette (Cont’d)
PI
'Who is it sits at the top of the hill? - (Who directs the
rills and breezes) FDD
KP
Who would hurt a horse or tree - (Meaness)
PI
Who would tear a page - FDD
PI
Why was June made? - (June was made for happiness) FDD
KPI
Windows, The - (Windows are eyes for the house) FDD
PI
Winds of March, The - FDD
KPI
Windy day, The - (A mischievous wind) FDD
PI
Winter - (’
Winter brings spring) FDD
PI
Y/ires are so still and high, The - (Can perching birds hear
the messages going over the wires?) FDD, GF, PCH, PT
PI
Wish is quite a tiny thing, A - CCP, FDD, MPB, SP
KP
Work time and sleep time - (Daytime for work and night for
sleep) FDD
PI
Work to do - (Spring life must start, rain must fall and birds
must sing) FDD
KP
Work wanted - (Yfould like to work for Santa Claus) FDD
PI
World is so tired, sky, The - (Lullaby) FDD
PI
World of clover, white and red - (Clover blossoms
PI
World’s a moving picture play, The - (Each
FDD
KPI
Yesterday the school was red - (Now it is lost in snow) FDD
PI
You can measure the steeple - (A child’s wonder is higher than
a steeple) FDD
FDD
/
in June) FDD
day is an adventure)
Yandell, Betty
PI
Green and scarlet - (An elf left his shoes in a garden) SY
Yeats, William Butler
I
Fairies song - GBV
I
Fiddler o ’Dooney, The - T
I
Stolen child, The - (Stolen by fairies) MPB, TVSH
Yeats, William Butler (Cont'd)
I
Wild swans at Code, The - (Beauty of) LC
Yeomans, Edward
I
Flying Dutchman, The - (Doomed to sail the seas) SY
Young, Barbara
PI
Changeling - (in mortal life she was a lovely lady) MSP
PI
Wait's carol - (Christmas carol) MSP
Young, E. Hilton
I
Christmas - FCP
Young, Francis Brett
I
Bete humaine - (A dragon fly killed carelessly) CH
Youngs, Mary Fanny
I
Edge of the world, The - (Child’s desire to explore world)
MC, MW5
Zelenka, Ann
KP
Celebrity - (October is an impudent prince) THBP
KP
Democrary - (Child plans a flower garden of weeds) THBP
INDEX TO UNITS
INDEX TO UNITS
Anoient Civilization
g e n e ra l
I
S ile n c e
- T . Hood
A r a b ia n
I
K in g Solomon and th e bees -
J . Saxe
A s s y r ia n
I
D e s t r u c t io n
o f S e n n a c h e rib , The -
G. Byron
B a b y lo n ia n
KPI
How many m ile s
is
it
to
Babylon? - Unknown
E g y p tia n
I
PI
p
PI
I
I
I
I
I
I
A d d re s s t o a mummy - H . S m ith
A le x a n d e r th e G r e a t - E . and H« F a r je o n
C a t , The - R . Fylem an
C h an ts o f th e f i e l d w o rk e rs - Unknown
C r e a t o r , The - Unknown
E g y p t 's m ig h t i s tu m b le d down - M . C o le r id g e
On a p i c t u r e o f th e f i n d i n g o f Moses by P h a ra o h 's d a u g h te r C . and M* Lamb
O th e r w o r ld , The - R . H i l l y e r
Ozym andias o f E g y p t - P . S h e lle y
U h e re do t h e g y p s ie s come from ? - H . B a s h fo rd
G re c ia n
PI
PI
I
I
I
PI
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
Agamemnon - L . R ic h a rd s
A le x a n d e r th e G re a t - E . and H . F a r je o n
A t T h e rm o p y la e - A * G u ite rm a n
C a l l i d e s ' song o f A p o llo - M . A rn o ld
E g y p t 's m ig h t i s tu m b le d down - M . C o le r id g e
F o lk song - Unknown
G re e k m o th e r 's l u l l a b y - Z . Cocke
H a r k , h a r k t th e l a r k - W. S h akesp ea re
H e ro e s - E . P r o c t e r
H o rs e t h i e f , The - W . B enet
I s l e s o f G re e o e , The - G . Byron
L aw yer and c h i l d - J . R ile y
N o r th w in d and t h e c h i l d , The - Inknown
O ld s h ip s , The - J . F le o k e r
O rpheus w i t h h i s l u t e - W, S h akesp ea re
612
Ancient Civilization (Cont’d)
Greoian (Cont’d)
I
I
I
PI
PI
I
I
I
I
Pan - A . B u t l e r
Pan le a r n s m usic - H . VanRyke
S a ty r s and th e moon, The - H . G om an
S e r io u s o m is s io n - J . F a r r a r
T h e re was an o ld p e rs o n o f S p a r ta - E . L e a r
T o rc h o f l i b e r t y , The - T . M oore
T ra d e - B . Brady
U ly s s e s - B. B r a le y
W re a th f o r P ers ep h o n e, A - M . G i l c h r i s t
H ebrew
PI
I
I
I
I
I
I
PI
PI
I
I
I
I
I
I
PI
A n g e l, An - R . Fylem an
B is m illa h - D , P r o u d f i t t
B u r i a l o f M oses, The - C , A le x a n d e r
D a v id - C . and M . Lamb
D a v id i n th e oave o f A d u lla m - C . and M . Lamb
D e s t r u c t io n o f S e n n a c h e rib , The - G . Byron
G olden jo u r n e y t o S m arkland - J . F le o k e r
I t h i n k when I r e a d t h a t sw eet s to r y o f o ld - J , :
J ew is h l u l l a b y - L» U n te rm e y e r
Judas M accabaeus - E* and H. F a r je o n
K in g Solomon and t h e a n ts - J . W h i t t i e r
K in g Solomon and t h e Bees - J . Saxe
R a b b i and th e p r i n c e , The - J . H a rv e y
R e b e c c a 's hymn - W. S c o tt
T ra d e - E . Brady
T ru e r o y a lt y - R . K i p lin g
N orse and V ik i n g
I
PI
PI
I
I
I
I
PI
PI
I
B u ild in g o f th e lo n g s e r p e n t, The - H . L o n g fe llo w
C h a lle n g e o f T h o r , The - H . L o n g fe llo w
C h ild r e n i n t h e moon, The - Unknown
Crew o f t h e lo n g s e r p e n t, The - H . L o n g fe llo w
D is c o v e r e r o f t h e N o r th Cape, The - H . L o n g fe llo w
K a llu n b o r g ch u rch - J, W h i t t i e r
N eckan , The - M. A rn o ld
N o rs e l u l l a b y - E . F i e l d
N orsem an, The - Unknown
S k e le to n i n a rm o u r, The - H . L o n g fe llo w
P e r s ia n
PI
I
I
A le x a n d e r t h e G re a t - E . and H * F a r je o n
Harm osan - R . T re n c h
J a ffa r - L . Hunt
614
Ancient Civilization (Cont'd)
Roman
I
PI
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
PI
B o a d io e a - W. Cowper
C a t a l i n a , C ato - M. Lew is
E g y p t 's m ig h t i s tu m b le d down - M. C o le r id g e
F e ig n e d c o u rag e - C . and M. Lamb
G e n s e ric - E . L y t t o n
Good o r d e r - E . F a r je o n
H o r a t iu s a t th e "bridge - T . M a c a u la y
Hymn i n p r a is e o f N e p tu n e , A - T . Campion
Hymn t o D ia n a - B . Jonson
Janus and J a n u a ry - H . L o n g fe llo w
J u liu s C a e s a r - E . and H . F a r je o n
P r a is e o f C eres - T . Heywood
Roman l u l l a b y - L . U n te rm e y e r
Song o f P r o s p e r p in e - P . S h e lle y
T h e ir n e ig h b o r s ' f a u l t s - J , Saxe
Trad e - E , B ra d y
W est and E a s t - M. A rn o ld
"When V and I t o g e t h e r m e e t” - Unknown
Saxon
I
I
B o a d ic e a - E . and H . F a r je o n
Saxon g r i t - R . C o l ly e r
T a rta r
PI
H ey! my p o n y! -
E . F a r je o n
Animal Life
General
PI
I
Beasts, birds and fishes - A.
Hunting song - N. Curtis
O'Keeffe
Adaptation to Environment
KPI
PI
How creatures move - Unknown
Their Thanksgiving day - L. Driscoll
Amphibia
General
PI
P
At the garden gate - D, McCord
Toad and the rabbit, The - J. Martin
616
Animal Life (Cont’d)
B eaver
I
B e a v e r, The - M . H o w it t
F ro g
PI
P
KP
P
PI
P
KP
PI
PI
PI
KP
PI
PI
KP
KPI
I
PI
PI
PI
PI
KP
I
PI
PI
KP
PI
PI
KP
P
PI
PI
KP
PI
PI
PI
P
P
KPI
PI
PI
KPI
KP
PI
I
P
Chorus o f f r o g s , The - A . Hawkshawe
" C r o a k ," s a id th e to a d - A . Lang
" C r o a k ,” s a id th e t o a d , " I ’m h u n g ry , I t h i n k . " - Unknown
E l f i n p la y - L . R ic h a rd s
F r o g , The - H . B e llo c
F r o g , The - A . Brown
F r o g , The - A . F is h e r
F ro g and t h e crow - Unknown
F ro g who w o u ld a -w o o in g g o , The - Unknown
F ro g s a t s c h o o l - G. Cooper
F ro g s a t s c h o o l - Unknown
F r o g ’ s c o u r t i n ’ , The - Unknown
F r o g ’ 8 g o o d -b y e . The - A u n t C la r a
F ro g he w o u ld a -w o o in g go, A - Unknown
F r o g ’ s s in g in g s o h o o l, The - E . C o r b e ll
F ro g s who w a n te d a k in g , The - J . L a u re n
G arden p a t h , A - 11. J u s tu s
G lu o k l g lu c k l - M. Dodge
H o p p in g f r o g - C . R o s s e t t i
H o s p i t a l i t y - J . Tabb
How t h e f r o g g ie s go t o s le e p - J . N u t t in g
" I ’ m nobody I Who a r e you?" - E . D ic k in s o n
Legend o f Lake O k e e fin o k e e , A - L . R ic h a rd s
L i t t l e f a t f r o g , The - L. R ic h a rd s
L i t t l e f r o g , A - A . W ilk in s
M am m y-lore - C . S t e r n
Moon came l a t e t o a lonesome b o y , The - M. Dodge
M o r a l song - J . F a r r a r
O ld m o th e r w eb to es - K . P y le
P h r is k y p h ro g , The - L» R ic h a rd s
P o lliw o g , The - Unknown
"Snake baked a h o e -o a k e " - Unknown
Some f i s h y nonsense - L . R ic h a rd s
S p r in g , The - R . Fylem an
S p r in g w is h - J . F a r r a r
S t o r y , A - F . M an ly
Summer w a lk , A - £ • W in to n
" T h e re was a f r o g l i v e d in a w e l l " - Unknown
T h re e ways - M . Dodge
Toad and t h e f r o g , The - Unknown
Two l i t t l e f r o g g ie s - M . Dodge
Ways o f t r a v e l i n g - A . W ilk in s
W e ll-m e a n in g f r o g , The - M . Dodge
W hat th e f r o g s s in g - P . C ary
W ish - J . F a r r a r
616
Animal Life (Cont'd)
H y lo d e s
I
H y lo d e s , The - L . W ils o n
Peeper
I
H y lo d e s , The - L . W ils o n
P o lliw o g
PI
P
P o lliw o g , The - Unknown
R id d le - R . B oyer
Toad
PI
P
KP
KP
KPI
PI
PI
P
P
KPI
PI
PI
P
P
I
PI
KP
PI
P
KP
PI
A t t h e g a rd e n g a te - D , McCord
" C r o a k ," s a id t h e to a d - A . Lang
" C r o a k ," s a id t h e t o a d , " I ' m h u n g ry ,
I t h i n k . " - Unknown
F a t o ld ,t o a d - J . T i p p e t t
F r ie n d i n t h e g a rd e n , A - J . Ewing
H o p -to a d and t h e b u f f a l o and o ld M r. S n u f f a lo - L. Richards
H o p p in g f r o g - C . R o s s e t t i
Song o f h o p , The - Unknown
S t o r y , A - F . M a n ly
T o a d , A - I . H e a d la n d
T o ad , The - H . A s q u ith
Toad and th e f r o g , The - Unknown
Toad and th e r a b b i t , The - J . M a r t in
Toad and th e r a b b i t , The - M. Shep ard
T o a d s to o l, The - 0 . Holmes
T re e t o a d , The - M . Shannon
T r e e - t o a d - H. C o n k lin g
T re e t o a d s , The - R . F i e l d
Two l i t t l e t o a d ie s - Unknown
mho l i k e s th e r a i n , - C . B ates
Young M r . Toad - L . R ic h a rd s
T re a tm e n t o f A m p h ib ia
PI
PI
PI
F ro g s a t so h o o l - G . Cooper
H o p p in g f r o g - C . R o s s e t t i
W e ll-m e a n in g f r o g , The - M. Dodge
A n im a l T ra c k s
PI
KP
F a m ily d ra g o n , The - M . W iddem er
T ra c k s - J . F a r r a r
617
Animal Life (Cont’d)
A n im a ls
G e n e ra l
KP
KP
PI
I
PI
I
KP
KP
PI
KP
KP
PI
PI
PI
I
KPI
PI
KP
KP
I
PI
KP
I
KP
KP
PI
KP
KP
KP
PI
I
PI
I
I
PI
PI
PI
KP
I
I
PI
KP
P
I
PI
PI
PI
"A k i d , a k id " - Unknown
A H busy - Unknown
A lp h a b e t , An - E . L e a r
A n x ie t y - G . M acD onald
A t n ig h t i n th e wood - N . Hayes
B e a s ts i n th e t o w e r , The - C . and M . Lamb
Bed t im e song - E . P o u lsso n
B ig b la c k b e a r - J . M a r t in
B la c k bunny - W. Rands
B o ssy-co w , b o ssy-o o w , w here do you l i e , - Unknown
Bow-wow, says t h e dog - Unknown
B u l l f i n c h , The - E . Lucas
Bumble b e a v e r . The - K . Cox
B u t t e r f l y , The - E . R e x fo rd
B u t t e r f l y ’ s b a l l , The - W . Roscoe
C at - M. M i l l e r
C h eckers a t th e zoo - A * Brown
"Come, t a k e up y o u r h a t s , and away l e t us h a s te " - Unknown
Cow, The - M rs . M o th e r ly
C ro s s in g t h e p l a i n s - J . M i l l e r
D i f f i c u l t y , A - R . Fylem an
D o g g ie ’ s t r i c k - M . Dodge
E a r l y m o rn in g - R . F i e l d
E g g , The - L . R ic h a rd s
E ig h t , n in e , te n - J . T ip p e t t
E v e n in g - W. B la k e .
F a m ily , The - R . Fylem an
Farm b a b ie s - J . T i p p e t t
F a r m e r ’ s f r i e n d s , The - J . T i p p e t t
F a s h io n s a t th e zoo - A * Brown
F i e l d m ouse, The - F . MaoLead
From a v e r y o ld r e a d in g book - Unknown
G i r l and h e r fa w n , The - A . M a r v e ll
G i r l d e s c r ib e s h e r fa w n , The - A . M a r v e ll
H a r v e s t dance o f th e u n d e rg ro u n d , The - G . Moon
H e r r in g d o v e , The K . Cox
H ia w a th a ’ s b r o t h e r s - H . L o n g fe llo w
H o ld in g hands - L . L in k
How t h e b o b -o a t l o s t h i s t a i l - G . Moon
H u n t e r , The - G . Moon
H u n tin g song - G . Moon
" I saw a dog" - I . O rle a n s
I ’ m a m e r r y , m e rry s q u i r r e l - N . MacLeod
I n th e days vhen th e c a t t l e r a n - H . G a rla n d
Jo n a th a n J i x - J . D r in k w a t e r
K a n g a r o o s te r , The - K . Cox
K i t t y * W hat she t h in k s o f h e r s e l f - W. Rands
618
Animal Life (Cont’d)
Animals
(Coat'd)
General
(Cont'd)
I
PI
PI
PI
KP
PI
KP
PI
KP
KP
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Law o f t h e j u n g l e . The - R . K i p l i n g
L io n - M . M i l l e r
L i o n 's e y e s , The - J . M a r t in
L i t t l e b r o t h e r s - A. Brown
L i t t l e P h i l l i s - K . Greenaw ay
Long ago and f a r away - A. Wynne
" M e rry g re e n f i e l d s o f E n g la n d " - Unknown
M r . P ip e r - E . Lucas
My f r i e n d s - J . T i p p e t t
My fu n n y f r i e n d s - J . T i p p e t t
Nymph an d t h e fa w n , The - a. M a r v e ll
Nymph o c m p la in in g f o r t h e d e a th o f h e r fa w n , The - A. M a r v e ll
O o to p u s s y o a t, The - K . Cox
O f f t o Y a k in g - L . Jackson
O ld bus h o r s e , The - E . Lucas
O rgan g r i n d e r , The - J . M a r t in
O v e r i n th e meadow - 0 . W adsw orth
P r in o e P e t e r - N. T u rn e r
R id e , The - G. Moon
R in o c e r o s t r i c h , The - K . Cox
Sage c o u n s e l - A* Q u ille r - C o u c h
See w h a t a l o v e l y s h e l l - A. Tennyson
Seven b a b ie s - J . T i p p e t t
S h o o k-h ea d e d C ic e ly and t h e tw o b e a rs - W. Rands
"Som etim es when l i f e h as gone w rong w it h you" - E. D a r lin g
Summer l u l l a b y , A - E * Bumstead
"The dog b a rk s " - E . C o a ts w o rth
T h e i r n e ig h b o r 's f a u l t s - J. Saxe
T h e re was an o ld p e rs o n o f W are » E . L e a r
Toad an d t h e r a b b i t , The - J. M a r t in
Y e t - E . L ucas
Way o f t h e r i v e r , The - W. F la c c u s
W hat th e g ra y c a t s in g s - A* G u ite rm a n
When t h e sun goes down - G. Moon
Why i s p u ss y i n bed - unknown
W in t e r o o a ts - D . A ld is
W onder w h ere t h i s h o rs e s h o e w en t - E. M i l l a y
A n te lo p e
1
I
Glad young chamois, The - B. Johnson
Bhyme of the pronghorns, The - M. Austin
Armadillo
PI
PI
Aroh armadillo, The - C. Wells
A m a dillo, The - L. Gordon
619
Animal Life (Cont’d)
A n im a ls ( C o n t ’ d )
I
L io n and t h e c u b , The -
J . Gay
Baboon
PI
B ig baboon, The - H . B e llo o
B ears
KP
KP
P
KP
PI
KP
KP
I
I
PI
KP
KP
PI
PI
P
I
KP
KP
KP
PI
PI
P
KP
I
PI
PI
KP
B e a r hugs - W . S e e g m ille r
B e a r h u n t , The - M . W iddem er
B ear s t o r y , The - J * R i l e y
B e ars - A * K auffm an
B e a r ’ s so n g , The - E . P a r r y
B ig b la o k b e a r - J . M a r t in
B ig b la o k b e a r - M . S h ep ard
Brown b e a r , The - M . A u s t in
C a b in t a l e , A - P . D unbar
D a n c in g b e a r , The - R . F i e l d
D in g -d o n g -d a ry - Unknown
F u r r y b e a r - A * M iln e
G r i z z l y b e a r - M . A u s t in
How t o t e l l t h e w i l d a n im a ls - C . W e lls
I w ant a b e a r
- L . Jaokson
I c e - o a r t , The
- W. G ibson
J u s t ic e - W . S e e g n i l l e r
L in e s and s q u a re s - A * M iln e
L i t t l e brown b e a r - A , W ilk in s
P la y m a te s - W. Howard
P o la r b e a r ’ s p a r t y o r t h e m a n n e rle s s m u s k -o x , The - L . R ic h a rd s
P o l i t e l y - D . W ills o n
S a tu rd a y to w e ls - L . B o rie
S h o o k-h ead ed C ic e ly and t h e tw o b e a rs - W. Rands
T h e re was an o ld p e rs o n o f W are
- E .L e a r
Who R e a l l y , - W . De l a Mare
W ild b e a s ts - E . S t e i n
B iso n
P
Marmaduke M e llo w and t h e b is o n - L . R ic h a rd s
B u f f a lo
PI
PI
I
I
PI
B u f f a l o , The - L . R io h a rd s
B u f f a lo d usk - C . S andburg
B u f f a lo songs - M . A u s tin
G h o st o f t h e B u f f a lo e s , The - V . L in d s a y
H o p -to a d an d t h e b u f f a l o and o ld M r . S n u f f a lo - L . R io h a rd s
B u rro
PI
Vfy burro - G. Moon
620
Animal Life (Cont'd)
A n im a ls ( C o n t 'd )
C a lf
I
KP
PI
KP
P
PI
KP
PI
Can and a c a l f , A - Unknown
I h ad a l i t t l e cow - unknown
Johnny A rm s tro n g , my Jo - Unknown
L i t t l e o a l f , The
O ld D o c to r P a f f - M . Dodge
P a s t u r e , The - R . F r o s t
T h re e o a lv e s - J . T i p p e t t
U h a t i s v e a l? - M« E l l i o t
Camel
KPI
I
PI
PI
PI
I
PI
KPI
I
A t th e zoo - A . A m ith
B r i e f b a l l a d o f A r a b y , A - L . R ic h a rd s
Camel - M . M i l l e r
C am el, The - A . Brown
C a m e l's hump, The - R , K ip lin g
C a m e l's n o s e , The - L . S ig o u rn e y
On th e d e s e r t - W, S to r y
P l a i n t o f th e c a m e l, The - C . C a r r y 1
Song o f t h e osm els - E . C o a ts w o rth
Cat
KP
KP
I
KP
KP
KP
PI
K PI
KP
PI
P
KP
KP
KP
PI
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KPI
KP
PI
P
P
P
P
KP
A l l about i t - D . A ld is
lfAs t i t t y - m o u s e s a t i n th e w i t t y t o s p in ” - Unknown
B e e , t h e a n t and t h e s p a rro w . The - C . C o tto n
B la o k -n o s e d k i t t e n , A - M. Dodge
B y e -b y e - Unknown
C a t - D . Baruch
C a t I - E . F a r je o n
C at - M. M ille r
C at - J . T ip p e tt
C a t and t h e dog, The - W. A llin g h a m
C a t , The - R . Fylem an
C a t , The - H * H . T O iitn e y
C a t oame f i d d l i n g o u t o f a b a rn , A - Unknown
C a t i n th e snow, The - F . H ey
C a t may lo o k a t a k i n g , A - L . R io h a rd s
C a t m ig jit s i t up i n a t r e e , A - A* ‘Wynne
C a t t o h e r k i t t e n s , A - E . Grove
C a t , t u r k e y , duok and goose - J . T i p p e t t
C a ts - E . B r e r e to n
C a ts c l e a n l in e s s , The - E . Luoas
C a ts c o n s c ie n c e , The - E , Lucas
C a t 's o r u e l t y , The - E . Luoas
C a t 's f r i e n d s , The - E . Luoas
C a ts have come t o t e a , The - K . G reenaway
621
Animal Life (Cont'd)
Animals (Cont'd)
Cat (Cont'd)
PI
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KP
KP
KP
P
PI
P
KP
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C a t 's m e a t - H . M onro
C a t 's s le e p le s s n e s s , The - E . Lucas
C h o o sin g - E . F a r je o n
C o n v e r s a tio n - R . F ylem an
C o n v e rs a tio n - A . R o binson
Dame t r o t and h e r e o m ic a l o a t - unknown
Dame W ig g in s o f L e e - Unknown
Dandy o a t , The - L . R ic h a rd s
D id d le d y , d id d le d y , dumpty - unknown
D in g , dong, b e l l - unknown
D o g , The - 0 . H e r f o r d
Dog and t h e c a t , T h e -th e d uck and t h e r a t - E . F o lle n
E t i q u e t t e - A * G u ite rm a n
F a ls e h o o d c o r r e c t e d - E . T u rn e r
F i r s t f r i e n d , The - R . K i p l i n g
F i v e eyes - W. De l a M are
G o ld e n o a t , The - E . F a r je o n
H ave you h e a rd t h e news, good n e ig h b o r - M . Dodge
H e a r t h - P . Bacon
" H i e , h i e ” says A n th o n y " - Unknown
H igih b a r b a r e e , The - L . R io h a rd s
H o u s e -o a t, The - A * Wynne
I gave my puss a m a o -a -ro o n - M . Dodge
" I h ave b e e n t o m a r k e t , my la d y , my la d y " - Unknown
I l i k e l i t t l e p u s s y - J . T a y lo r
I lo v e l i t t l e p u s s y , h e r c o a t is so warm - Unknown
I n t h e p o u l t r y y a r d - L . R io h a rd s
J a c k S p r a t t had a o a t - unknown
K i t t e n g o s s ip - T . W estwood
K i t t e n ' s n ig jh t th o u g h ts - 0 . H e r f o r d
K i t t e n ' s th o u g h t , A - 0 . H e r f o r d
K i t t i w i n k - A * Brown
K i t t y t W hat she t h in k s o f h e r s e l f - W. Rands
L a s t d y in g speech and c o n fe s s io n o f p o o r puss - J * and A . T a y lo r
L a z y M a t i l d a - K . P y le
L i t t l e b i r d s , The - M . F le t o h e r
L i t t l e o a t - L . R io h a rd s
L i t t l e k i t t e n , The - E . F o lle n
L i t t l e k i t t e n s , The - Unknown
L i t t l e r o b in r e d b r e a s t jum ped upon t h e w a l l - unknown
L i t t l e t i g e r o a t . A*Wynne
Long tim e a g o , A - E» P r e n t is s
Long tim e ago - unknown
L o o k in g -g la s s p u s s y , The - M . W iddem er
M a r ig o ld - R . G a r n e t t
M e e , x a y , doh - R . Fylem an
M r s . Pussy - E . P o u ls s o n
Monk and h is p e t o a t , The - unknown
622
Animal Life (Cont’d)
A n im a ls ( C o n t ’ d )
C a t (C o n t’ d )
PI
KP
M o th e r T a b b y s k in s - Unknown
M ouse, The - I . H e a d la n d
F . L . "The mouse c lim b e d up th e c a n d le s t ic k "
KP
Mouse and t h e o a n d le s t io k , The - I . H e a d la n d
F I M o u skie - Unknown
KP M u tto n -b o n e , The - Unknown
KP Ify p u s s y -c a t has g o t th e g o u t - Unknown
PI
M y s te rio u s c a t , The - V . L in d s a y
PI
N a tu re and t h e o a t , The - E . Luoas
I
N e ig h b o rs - S . Novak
PI
N e ig h b o rs a r e n o t a lw a y s f r ie n d s - L . R io h a rd s
KP N u r s e ry song - C . C a r t e r
KP O ld b la o k o a t , The - I . H e a d la n d
KP
"One day a n o ld c a t and h e r k i t t e n s " - Unknown
KP
One, tw o , t h r e e - Unknown
KP
Owl and t h e p u ssy c a t , The - £ •
Lear
KP
P e t e r and P o l l y - E . A n t in
KP P in k ie p u r r - A * M iln e
K P I P la y in g R obinson C rusoe - R . K ip lin g
KP "P o o r dog b r i g h t " - unknown
PI
Puss - W. De l a M are
KP " P u s s io a t , w u s s io a t , w it h a w h it e f o o t " - Unknown
P
Pussy and B in k ie - R . C rusoe
P
Pussy and d o g g ie - M . Dodge
KP Pussy has a w h is k e re d f a c e - C . R o s s e t t i
KP Pussy s i t s b e s id e t h e f i r e
- Unknown
KP Pussy o a t , pussy c a t , w here have you been? - Unknown
KP P u s s y -c a t - A . Hawkshawe
KP P u s s y -c a t and t h e dum pling s - Unknown
KP P u s s y -c a t mew - R , Fylem an
KP P u s s y -c a t m o le - Unknown
KP
" P u s s y -c a t s i t s by t h e f i r e " - Unknown
PI
P u s s y 's c la s s - M . Dodge
P
Q u e s tio n s and answ ers - R . F r o s t
P
Q u e s tio n s and answ ers - R . F ylem an
FI
R a t , o a t and m ouse,The - Unknown
PI
R e s o lu te c a t , The - N . T u rn e r
I
R e t ir e d c a t , The - W. Cowper
KP
R id e aw ay, r i d e aw ay, Johnny s h a l l r i d e - unknown
P
R obber k i t t e n , The - Unknown
P
R obber r a t , The - K . P y le
P
S h ep h erd m a id e n , The - unknown
KP
S in g , s in g , w h at s h a l l I s in g
- Unknown
KP
" S i x l i t t l e m ice s a t down t o s p in " - unknown
KP
S l e e p - o a r t , The - R , Fylem an
KP
Seme l i t t l e m ic e - Unknown
PI
S p o ts and s t r i p e s - L . R io h a rd s
I
Stowaway o a t . The - L . P o o le
623
Animal Life (Cont’d)
A n im a ls ( C o n t ’ d )
C a t ( C o n t 'd )
KP
KP
P
KP
PI
FI
P
PI
KP
PI
PI
KP
PI
KPI
P
KP
KP
S t r e e t show - K . Greenaway
Susy - L . R io h a rd s
Symmetry - Unknown
"The monkey p u t p uss i n t h e oook’ s d in n e r p o t" - unknown
"T h e re onoe w ere tw o o a ts o f K ilk e n n y " - Unknown
" T h e re was a man and h is name was Dob" - Unknown
T h re e l i t t l e k i t t e n s - E . F o lle n
T h re e t a b b ie s t o o k o u t t h e i r c a ts t o t e a - K . Greenaway
T im o th y - R . F ylem an
W hat t h e g ra y c a t sings - A . G u ite rm a n
W h it t in g t o n and h i s o a t - Unknown
Why i s p ussy i n b ed - Unknown
W i l d h cane-pussy, The - E . Rounds
W ind i s a c a t - E . F u l l e r
W in t e r n ig h t - M . B u tts
Where a r e you g o in g my l i t t l e o a t? - E . F o l l e n
"Who’ 8 t h a t r i n g i n g a t my d o r b e ll? - Unknown
Chim panzee
P
C him panzee, The - L . R ic h a rd s
Chipmunk
K P I L i t t l e C h a r l ie Chipmunk - H . C . LeC ron
P
S t o r y , A - F . M an ly
PI
W in t e r noon - S . T e a s d a le
C o lt
KPI
I
KP
KP
I
C o lts - Hokku
Fakenham g h o s t, The - R . B lo o m fie ld
L i t t l e b la c k o o l t - J , T i p p e t t
P i t t y p a t t y o o l t - Unknown
Runaway, The - R . F r o s t
Cow
KP
I
KP
KP
PI
KP
KP
PI
KP
I
"A -m i I k i n g , a -m i I k i n g , my m aid " - Unknown
A p r i l p a s t o r a l , Ah - H . Dobson
B ra v e ry - E . F a r je o n
Bossy and t h e d a is y - M . D e la n d
C a t t l e - Bank!)
C h a r le y W a rle y had a oow - unknown
Cow, The - M r s . M o th e r ly
Cow, The - B . L . T a y lo r
Cow, The - J . T a y l o r
Cow and a o a l f , A - Unknown
624
Animal Life (Gont*d)
Animals (Coat'd)
Cow (Cont'd)
PI
I
p
PI
I
KP
P
KP
I
KP
KPI
I
KP
KP
KP
I
PI
KP
I
KP
KP
KP
KP
KP
I
KP
I
PI
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KP
P
KP
KP
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PI
KPI
KP
KP
PI
KPI
KPI
KP
Cow and th e a s s , The - J . T a y lo r
Cow a t S u llin g b o n , A - C . Dalmoa
Cow song - A * K ilm e r
C o w -b e lls - J * Peabody
Cowboy song - unknown
Cows - J * T i p p e t t
Cushy oow - L . B en et
Cushy oow bonny l e t down th y m i l k - unknown
F i r s t snow - E . Wood
Good M o o ly oow, The - £ • F o l l e n
G reen g ra s s an d w h it e m i l k - W . W e lle s
H ig h la n d o a t t l e - D . U n lo c k
I fe e d my oow - J . T i p p e t t
I h ad a l i t t l e cow - unknown
I w o u ld l i k e y o u f o r a oomrade - E . P a r r y
I n t h e days nhen t h e o a t t l e ra n - H . G a rla n d
In v a d e r s , The - A * M iln e
J o n ath an - R . F ylem an
K e r r y cow, The - W. L e t t s
K in g 's b r e a k f a s t , The - A * M iln e
K i t t e n ' s th o u g h t , A - 0 * H e r f o r d
Lady oow, 3a dy oow - unknown
L i s t e n , l i s t e n and you s h a l l h e a r - unknown
L i t t l e m a id , l i t t l e m a id - Unknown
L o n g h o rn , The - S . B ra d fo rd
M i l k j u g , The - 0 . H e r f o r d
M i l k - w h i t e moon, p u t th e oows t o s le e p - C . Sandburg
M ilk in g - C . T h a x te r
M i l k i n g song - J . in g e lo w
M i l k i n g tim e - E . R o b e rts
My oow e a t s h ay - J . T i p p e t t
O ld D o c to r P a f f - M . Dodge
P e t e r and P o l l y - E . A n t in
P i p e r 's oow, The - Unknown
P u r p le cow, The - G . Burgess
R a b b it and t h e oow, The - L , R io h a rd s
Summer a f t e r n o o n - A * M iln e
"T h e re was a young la d y o f H u l l " - E . L e a r
" T h e re was an o ld man who s a id , "How" - E . L e a r
" T h e re was a n o ld woman h ad t h r e e oows" - Unknown
T h ree o a lv e s - J . T i p p e t t
T h re e t h in g s - J . A u s la n d e r
When th e oows oome home - A * M i t c h e l l
When t h e oows oome home - C. R o s s e t t i
Who s t o l e t h e b i r d ' s n e s t? - L. C h ild
C o yo te
PI
C o y o te , The - G. Moon
625
Animal Life (Cont’d)
A n im a ls (C o n t ’ d )
C o y o te ( C o n t ’ d )
I
I
1
C q yo te and t h e o a r r i o n c ro w , The - M . A u s t in
How b r o t h e r c o y o te fo u n d h i s v o ic e - S . Moon
Rhyme o f t h e p ro n g h o rn s , The - M . A u s t in
Deer
PI
I
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PI
I
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PI
PI
I
1
PI
KPI
I
I
B ro th e rs i n t h e snow - W . W e lle s
D e e r , The - M . A u s t in
D e s e r te d f a r m , The - E . C o a ts w o rth
F a llo w d e e r a t t h e l o n e ly h o u s e , The - T . H a rd y
G i r l and h e r fa w n , The - A * M a r v e l l
H ia w a th a ’ s h u n t in g - H . L o n g fe llo w
H u n t i s u p , The - Unknown
H u n tin g song - N . C u r t is
H u n tin g song o f th e Seeonee p a c k - R . K ip l i n g
Keep s t i l l - E . F a r je o n
M e e tin g - R . F i e l d
Out i n t h e d a r k - E . Thomas
Rooky m o u n ta in s h e e p , T h e - M . A u s t in
S i l v e r h o rn - H . C o n k lin g
When t h e oows oome home - C . R o s s e t t i
W h ite s t a g , The - L . U h la n d
W h it e - f o o t e d d e e r , The - W. B ry a n t
PI
P
I
I
PI
I
PI
KP
KP
PI
I
KP
PI
FI
PI
PI
PI
P
KP
KP
I
A b o u t a n im a ls - H . C o n k lin g
A i r s - L . R ic h a r d s
A j a x - P . C ary
Ambiguous
d o g , The - A . G u ite rm a n
A n im a l s t o r e , The - R . F i e l d
A t n ig h t - F . C o r n fo r d
A t t h e dog show - C , M o rle y
Baby on h e r t r a v e l s - Uho
Bandog, The - W. De l a M are
B enoh-1egged f y o e , The - E . F i e l d
B e th G e l e r t t o r , t h e grave o f t h e greyhound - W. Spencer
B in g o has an enemy - R . F ylem an
B in g o t h e d in g o and t h e f a t a l fla m in g o - L . R io h a rd s
B la o k o o o k e r s p a n ie ls - E . Luoas
B l is s - E . F a r je o n
B o a s tin g - E . F a r je o n
Bobby B ingo - unknown
B o is te r o u s Ann - K . P y le
Bow, wow, wow, whose dog a r t th o u ? - Unknown
Bow-wow-wow - Unknown
Boy and p u p , A - A . G u ite rm a n
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Animal Life (Cont'd)
Animals (Cont'd)
Dog (Cont'd)
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Buccaneer, The - N. Turner
Cat and the dog, The - W. Allingham
Cat's consoienoe. The - E. Luoas
Chicken in the bread-pan - Unknown
Child and dog - E. Farjeon
China dog, The - R. Field
"Come hither, little puppy-dog" - Unknown
Confident, The - C. Flight
Conversation - A. Robinson
Dainty Miss Rose, The - M. Dodge
Dan - C. Sandburg
Danny - N. Turner
Dog - E. Farjeon
Dog, A - A* Fisher
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Dog, The - 0. Herford
Dog and a cook, A - unknown
Dog and the oat, The-theduok and the rat - E. Follen
Dog and the water lily,The
- W.Cowper
Dog of reflection, The - J. Taylor
Dog-geral - L. Riohards
Dogs and weather - W. Welles
Doggie's trick - M. Dodge
Echoes - A. Stewart
Elderly gentleman, The - Unknown
Epitaph - E. Farjeon
Epitaph for a Sootoh terrier - R. Field
Extraordinary dog, The - N. Turner
Fiddle de dee - E, Follen
Fidelity - W, Wordsworth
First friend, The - R. Kipling
For a dog chasing fireflies - R. Field
Friend or Foe? - E. Farjeon
Good-morning - M. Sipe
Grateful Luoy - E, Turner
"Had a little dog" - unknown
"Had a little dog, his name was Rover" - unknown
Hairy dog, The - H. Asquith
"Hark, harkl the dogs do bark" - Unknown
Heel - E. Farjeon
Helpful pup - A* Brown
Hie away, hie away - W. Scott
His name was Bob - M. Caruthers
Hog and dog - J. Tippett
"Hound dog in the dinner pot" - Unknown
House of dogs, The - H* Asquith
How they sleep - unknown
I had a little dog and they called him Buff - Unknown
"I had a little doggy that used to sit and beg" - Unknown
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Animal Life (Cont’d)
Animals (Cont’d)
Dog (Cont’d)
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If only - R. Fyleman
Inscribed on the collar of a dog - A* Pope
Insectarian, An - J. Tabb
Inside - E. Farjeon
Irish harper and his dog, The - T. Campbell
Jippy and Jimmy - L. Richards
Kennel - E, Farjeon
Last horn, The - H. Asquith
Lead - E. Farjeon
Leg over leg - Unknown
Little brown mouse, The - L. Riohards
Little dog, The - F. Cornford
Little fat frog, The - L. Riohards
Lone dog - I. McLeod
Lost - A* Tooke
Lost bell, The - R. Field
Man and dog and horse and tree - A. Wynne
Moon - E. Farjeon
Mother Tabby skins - Unknown
My airedale dog - W, Mason
My dog - J. Bangs
My1 dog - C. Johnson
My dog - J. Tippett
My pets - S. Harrington
Nobody near him, all in the dark - M, Dodge
Nothing - E. Farjeon
Obedient dog, The - J. Huddesford
Obituary - T. Parsons
Ode on the dog - J, Peabody
Oh where and oh where is my little wee dog? - Unknown
Old blaok oat, The - I. Headland
Old dog, The - R. Fyleman
Old Mother Hubbard - Unknown
Old Pinoher - E. Cook
On a spaniel - W, Cowper
"One day an old oat and her kittens'1 - Unknown
One, two, three - Unknown
Ordinary dog, The - N. Turner
Outside - E. Farjeon
Perfect greyhound, The - Unknown
Playing Robinson Crusoe - R. Kipling
Poodle and the lamb, The - A, Brown
"Poor dog bright" - unknown
Present, A - J« Tippett
Pug-dog and spitz - F. Hey
Pussy and Binkie - R. Crusoe
Pussy and doggie - M. Dodge
Pussy has a whiskered face - C. Rossetti
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Animal Life (Cont’d)
Animals (Coat’d)
Dog (Cont’d)
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Pussy sits beside the fire - unknown
"Pussy-cat sits by the fire" - Unknown
Rats I - E. Parjeon
Ride away, ride away, Johnny shall ride - Unknown
Robber kitten, The - Unknown
Robin knows great A - Unknown
Rover - J. Drinkwater
Rover in church - J. Buokham
"Somebody stole our big blaok dog" - Unknown
"Sometimes when life has gone wrong with you" - E. Darling
Story in the snow, A - P. Crouch
Sunning - J. Tippett
Tell-tail - A. Brown
"There was a king met a king" - Unknown
"There was a man and his name was Dob" - Unknown
"There was an old man of Ancona" - E. Lear
"There was an old man of Kamsohatka" - E. Lear
"There was an old woman, as I've heard tell" - Unknown
Three dogs - E. Brereton
Tim, an Irish terrier - W. Letts
To Flush, my dog - E.Browning
To see-saw - R. Field
To the dogs of the great St. Bernard - A. Brown
Tom - C. Wool son
Trusty learning A,B,C - E. Follen
Tumbling doggie - Unknown
Two dogs - F. Hey
Two dogs, The - A. Brown
Two dogs, The - Unknown
Two little dogs sat by the fire - Unknown
Vet - E. Farjeon
Viewpoints - A. Guiterman
Walter and his dog - E. Follen
Where oh where - unknown
Who stole the bird's nest? - L. Child
"Whoop, whoop, and hollow" -unknown
WolfI - E. Farjeon
Woodman's dog, The - W. Cowper
Donkey
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Cow and the ass, The - J. Taylor
Donkey, The - R. Fyleman
Donkey and the mocking-bird, The - J. Rosas
"Donkey, donkey, old and gray" - unknown
Don’t be oruel - Unknown
Easy - R. C. Lehmann
"I have a grave and solemn mien" - M. Austin
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Animal Life (Cont’d)
Animal8 (Cont’d)
Donkey (Cont’d)
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PI
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"I offered the donkey" - I. Orleans
Little Danny Donkey - H. C. LeCron
My donkey - R. Fyleman
Nicholas Nye - W. De la Mare
Uncle Eliphalet’s donkey cart - L. Riohards
Dormouse
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Christening, The - A. Miltte
Dormouse and the doctor, The - A. Milne
Elf and the dormouse, The - 0. Herford
Dragon (Imaginary)
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Family dragon, The - M. Widdamer
Lizard, The - A* Brown
M o d e m dragon, A - R. Bennett
St. George and the dragon - Unknown
Serious omission - J. Farrar
Temple bar - R. Fyleman
Worms of Lambton, The - J. Watson
Elephant
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At the circus - D. Aldis
Blind men and the elephant, The - J. saxe
Elephant, The - H. Asquith
Elephant, The - H. Belloc
Elephant, The - A. Wynne
Elephant’s trunk, The - A. Wilkins
Eletelephony - L. Richards
Four friends, The - A. Milne
Gunga - R. Field
Head hunter, The - W. Sargent
In the fashion - A. Milne
Little baby elephant - H. Lc Cron
Sitting here - E. Coatsworth
Suppose - A* Brown
Three little ohiokens who went out to tea, and the elephant
L. Richards
Pawn
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Child’s song - T. Moore
Girl describes her fawn, The - A. Marvell
Keep still - E. Farjeon
Nymph and the fawn, The - A. Marvell
Nymph complaining for the death of her fawn, The - A. Marvell
Visitor, The - P. Chalmers
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Animal Life (Cont'd)
Animals (Cont'd)
Ferret
Fred - E. Farjeon
PI
Fox
A-hunting we w i n go - H. Fielding
Cook and the fox, The - M. De France
Dog and a oook, A - Unknown
Four little foxes - L. Sarett
Fox, The - Unknown
Fox and goose - F. Hey
Fox at the point of death, The - J. Gay
Fox has stolen the pudding hag, The - R» Fyleman
Fox jumped up on a moonlight night, The - Unknown
Hare, The - G. Moon
Hungry fox, The - Unknown
Hunt, The - W. De la Mare
Hunting song, A - H» Fielding
Keep still - E. Farjeon
Modereen rue - K. Hinkson
01' red thief - E. Farjeon
Old brother fox - G. Moon
Old brother fox goes a-hunting - G. Moon
Old goose and her goslings, The - Unknown
Old Mother Widdle Waddle - Unknown
Sewing - R. Fyleman
Sleepy heads - C. Sandburg
Song of the red fox - M. Austin
Three fbxes, The - A* Milne
Tragio taie of Hooty the owl. The - Unknown
Two foxes, The - unknown
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Giraffe
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Giraffe - A* Brown
Giraffe and the woman, The - L. Richards
Polka-dot dress, A - W. Seegmiller
Gnu
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Advioe to young naturalists - L. Riohards
G - H» Belloc
Gnu, The - H. Belloc
Goat
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Billy-goats chew
Four friends, The - A* Milne
631
Animal Life (Cont’d)
Animals (Cont'd)
Goat (Cont'd)
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Goat paths, The - J. Stephens
Goatherd, The - G. Conkling
Grey billy-goat, The - R. Fyleman
Idle Richard and the goat - A* O'Keefe
Plausible Goat, The - A* Brown
Song of the Swiss goatherd - V. Oleott
Visitor, The - P. Chalmers
Gopher
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Little gopher man, The - N. Soott
Gorilla
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Gorilla, The - L. Riohards
Guinea Pig
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Guinea pigs - J. Riley
Little guinea pig, The - Unknown
Hare
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Hare, The - W. De la Mare
Hare, The - R. Fyleman
Hare, The - G. Moon
Little hare, The - A* Hawkshawe
Old brother fox - G. Moon
Old brother fox goes a-hunting - G. Moon
Sewing - R. Fyleman
Story of the man that went out shooting, The - A* Hoffman
Hedgehog
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Fox has stolen the pudding bag, The - R. Fyleman
Fred - E. Farjeon
Hippopotamus
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For pictures - L* Riohards
Harry Hippopotamus - H. C. Le Cron
Hippopotamus, The - H. Belloo
Hippopotamus, The - G. Durston
Thirsty birds, The - L. Riohards
Hog
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Hog and dog - J. Tippett
"There was a lady loved a swine" - Unknown
632
Animal Life (Cont’d)
Animals (Cont’d)
Horse
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"A littl old man oame riding by” - Unknown
Arab’s farewell to his favourite steed - C. Horton
Ballad of Jenny, the mare. The - E. Fitzgerald
Barberry - H. Conkling
Bay Billy - F. Gassaway
"Bell horses, bell horses, what time of day" - unknown
Bell of Atri, The - H. Longfellow
Big Smith - J. Ewing
Blacksmith, The - J* Ewing
Blacksmith, The - E. Lucas
Blood horse, The - B. Procter
Bronco that would not be broken, The -V. Lindsay
Brono that wouldn’t bust, The - Unknown
Cavalier's escape, The - G. Thombury
Council of horses. The - J. Gay
Dappledun - P. Cary
Dat ol* mare o ’ mine - P. Dunbar
Dobbin’s friend - M. Dodge
Don’t be cruel - Unknown
Equestrienne - R, Field
Flash! The fireman’s story - W. Carleton
Good dobbin - J. and A» Taylor
Good horses, bad horses - Unknown
Harper’s farm, The - D. Aldis
Horse - E. Roberts
Horse, The - S* Goodrich
Horse, The - P. Parley
Horse, The - J. Stephens
Horse thief, The - W. Benet
Horses of the sea, The - C. Rossetti
I feed my horse - J, Tippett
I had a little pony - Unknown
I lost my mare in Lincoln Lane - Unknown
"Is John Smith within?" - Unknown
John Cook had a little grey mare; he, haw, hum - Unknown
John Hobbs, he had a grey mare - Unknown
Lend me thy mare to ride a mile? - Unknown
Man and dog and horse and tree - A* Wynne
Hare, The - H. Asquith
Miles Keogh's horse - J. Hay
Money and the mare - Unknown
"Moss was a little man, and a little mare did buy"- Unknown
Old Dobbin - E. Cook
Old horse in the city. The - 7, Lindsay
One boy - L. Riohards
Pegasus - H. Conkling
Poor old horse - Unknown
Puppy and I - A* Milne
633
Animal Life (Cont’d)
Animals (Cont’d)
Horse (Cont’d)
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Reverie, The - W. De la Mare
Ride a horse - J. Tippett
Riding song - S . Vestal
"Robert Barnes, fellow fine" - Unknown
See, see, what shall I see - Unknown
Soldiers and horses - E. Farjeon
Up hill, spare me - Unknown
White horses - E. Farjeon
Who would hurt a horse or tree - A. Wynne
Widdeoombe fair - Unknown
Wonder where this horseshoe went - E. Millay
Wooden horse, The - M. Dodge
Hyena
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How to tell the wild animals - C. Wells
Kangaroo
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Duok and the kangaroo. The - E. Lear
He and his family - L* Riohards
Kangaroo keg - L. Riohards
Nature note - A* Guiterman
Kid
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Kitten
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All about it - D. Aldis
Cat to her kittens, A - E« Grove
Cat’s tea party, The - F, Weatherly
Concerning love - J, Peabody
Dialogue between a mermaid and a kitten - W. Welles
Dirge for a righteous kitten, A - V. Lindsay
Dobbin’s friend - M. Dodge
Foolish Emily and her kitten - A* O'Keeffe
Harper1s farm, The - D. Aldis
"Hey, my kitten, my kitten" - Unknown
How they sleep - Unknown
Kit’s oradle - J. Ewing
Kitten, A - E. Farjeon
Kittens, The - F. Hey
Kitten and the falling leaves, The - W. Wordsworth
Kitten at play, The - W. Wordsworth
Kitten gossip - T. Westwood
Kittens - J. Tippett
634
Animal Life (Cont'd)
Animals (Cont'd)
Kitten (Cont'd)
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Kittens' questionnaire - N. Turner
Kitty - M. Douglas
Kitty in the basket - E. Follen
Kitty, kitty - E. Coatsworth
Little kitten, The - E. Follen
Little kitty - E. Abernathy
Little kitty, The - E. Prentiss
Little new pupil. The - A* Tfynne
"Little pussy whitey-toes" - C. Rossetti
Looking-glass pussy. The - M. Widdemer
Milk jug, The - 0. Herford
Minoing mose - L. Riohards
Mr kitten - W. Howard
My pets - S. Harrington
Nursery song - A* Carter
Our kitten - D. Pieroe
Posing - H. Turner
Pussy has a whiskered faoe - C. Rossetti
Robber kitten, The - Unknown
They didn't think - p. Cary
Three little kittens - Unknown
To one choosing a kitten - Unknown
Two grey kits, The - Unknown
What I hare - K. Greenaway
"When little birdie bye-bye goes" - Unknown
White kitten, The - M» Douglas
Lamb
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All wool - A* Brown
Chill, A - C. Rossetti
Dancing on the hilltops - C. Rossetti
Dear sensibility, 0 Lai - Unknown
Frisky lamb, A - C. Rossetti
Frisky lambs - J. Tippett
Lamb, The - K. Greenaway
Lambs in the meadow - L. Alma-Tadema
Mary had a little lamb - S. Hill
Mary's lamb - S. Lamb
Motherless soft lambkin, A - C. Rossetti
Nursery song - A. Carter
01' red thief - E. Farjeon
On the grassy banks - C* Rossetti
Pet lamb, The - W. Wordsworth
Poodle and the lamb. The - A* Brown
Sale of the pet lamb, The - M. Howitt
Spring caller - M* Thomas
Two little lambs - J. Tippett
Visit to the lambs, A - Unknown
Young lambs to sell - Unknown
635
Animal Life (Cont'd)
Animals (Cont'd)
Leopard
PI
How to tell the wild animals - C. Wells
Lion
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Baby lion, The - A» Brown
Candy lion, The - A. Brown
Dame Nature orowns the Scottishlion
King of beasts - W. D unbar
Four friends, The - A. Milne
How to tell the wild animals - C. Wells
I wonder if the lion knows - A.Wynne
In the fashion - A* Milne
Jim - H. Belloc
Let's play - M. Dodge
Lion - M. Miller
Lion, A - J. Franois
Lion, The - H. Belloo
Lion, The - M. Howitt
Lion and the oub, The - J. Gay
Lion and the unicorn, The - Unknown
Lion's eyes, The - J. Martin
Lion's eyes. The - M. Shepard
Lions running over the green -A. Wynne
Lovely lion - D. Aldis
Poor unfortunate Hottentot, The - L. Richards
Sitting here - E. Coatsworth
Wild beasts - E. Stein
Lyme
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How the bob-oat lost his tail - G. Moon
Unole John - J. Tippett
Meadow Mouse
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Elf owl - M. Austin
Mink
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They didn't think - P. Cary
Mole
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All but blind - W. De la Mare
Elf owl - M. Austin
Mistress mouse and master mole - L. Riohards
Mole, The - E. King
636
Animal Life (Cont'd)
Animals (Cont'd)
Monkey
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Adventure, An - W. Seegmiller
Animal store. The - R. Field
Big baboon, The - H. Belloo
Funniest thing in the world, The - J. Riley
Little blaok monkey - L. Richards
Men, the women and the monkeys, The - c. and M. Lamb
Monkey, The - M. Howitt
Monkeys, The - E. Thompson
Monkey manners - L. Richards
Monkeys - J. Miller
Monkeys and the orooodile, The - L. Richards
Orang-outang, The - L. Riohards
Organ grinder, The
- J. Martin
Organ grinder, The
- M. Shepard
Organ grinders' garden. The - M. Merryman
Road-song of the Bandar- R. Kipling
Ship of Rio, The - W. De la Mare
Sitting here - E. Coatsworth
Sonnet to a monkey - M. Fleming
Spectators - A» l^ynne
Suppose - A* Brown
Mouse
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Agreed to disagree
- S. Dayre
Ambitious mouse, The - J. Farrar
Brownie in a mouse-trap, A - R» Bennett
Chinese nursery rhyme, A - I. Headland
City mouse and the country mouse, The - C. Rossetti
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Conversation - R. Fyleman
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PI
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Dandy oat, The - L. Riohards
Fairy tailors and mistress mousie, The - L. Riohards
Fieldmouse - H. Conkling
Field mouse, The - M. Ashmun
Field mouse, The - F. MaoLead
Field mouse. The - W. Sharp
Good-morning - M. Sipe
Hiokory, diokory, dock - Unknown
House on the mountain - J. Headland
Little brown mouse, The - L. Riohards
Little kitty, The - E. Prentiss
Little Miss Limberiok - M. Dodge
Little mouse, The - Unknown
Little poll parrot - Unknown
Little priest of Felton, The - Unknown
Long time ago - E. Prentiss
Long time ago - Unknown
637
Animal Life (Cont’d)
Animals (Cont’d)
Mouse (Cont’d)
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M ic e - A * B u t l e r
M ic e - R . fy le m a n
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PI
KP
KP
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"Miss Jane had a bag, and a mouse was in it"
- Unknown
Missing - A* Milne
Mistress mouse and master mole - L.Richards
Mother Tabbyskins - Unknown
Mouse - H« Conkling
Mouse, The - E. Coatsworth
Mouse, The - I. Headland
(F.L. "The mouse climbed up the candlestick")
KP
Mouse, The - I. Headland
(F.L, "There was a little mouse")
PI
Mouse, The - Laura Richards
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Mouse and the cake. The - E. Cook
KP
Mouse and the oandlestiok, The - I.Headland
KP
Mouse’s lullaby, The - P. Cox
PI
Mouskie - Unknown
PI
Old rat’s tale, An - Unknown
KP
One, two, three - Unknown
KP
Poll parrot - Unknown
KP
Poor little mousie - M. Dodge
KP
Pretty John Watts - Unknown
KP
Pussy oat, pussy oat, where hare you been? - Unknown
KP
Pussy-cat - A. Hawkshawe
PI
Rat, cat and mouse, The - Unknown
KP
"Six little mice sat down to spin" -Unknown
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Six little sheep - L. Sarett
KP
Sleep-cart, The - R. fyleman
KP
Some little mice - Unknown
KPI Spanish rhyme - R. Fyleman
KP
Stephen wants a mouse - B. James
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Sweet Suffolk owl - T. Vautor
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Terror - L» Riohards
KPI "There was a frog lived in a well" - Unknown
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To a mouse - R. Burns
KP
Visitor, A - R» Fyleman
P
W e ll I M e re r - R . Fylem an
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What grandpa mouse said - V. Lindsay
Woodmouse, The - M. Howitt
Young mouse, The - J, Taylor
Ziokety, diokory, dock - Unknown
M ule
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KP
Don’t be cruel - Unknown
"Had a mule his name was Jack - Unknown
Musk-ox
Polar bear’s party, or the mannerless musk-ox. The - L. Riohards
638
Animal Life (Cont'd)
Animals (Cont’d)
Opossum
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Opossum, The - N. Hendrick
Possum up a gum stump - unknown
Ox
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PI
Crossing the plains - J. Miller
Light heart, The - E. Farjeon
Oxen, The - Unknown
Panther
PI
PI
Ballad of China, A - L. Richards
Voice of the lobster. The - L. Carroll
Pig
KP
"A little pig found a fifty-dollar note" - Unknown
KP
"A long-tail’s pig, or a short-tail»s pig" - Unknown
KP
Betty Pringle had a little pig - Unknown
KP
Big fat pig, A - J. Tippett
KP
Come dance a jig - Unknown
P
Conceited piggies, The - Unknown
KPI Five pigs, The - Unknown
KP
Flying pig. The - Unknown
KP
"God made man and man made money" - Unknown
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Greedy piggy that ate too fast, The - E. Grove
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Guinea pigs - J. Rilqy
KP
Hog and dog - J. Tippett
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Hunter, The - I. Headland
KP
If a pig wore a wig - C. Rossetti
KP
Jack Spratt's pig - Unknown
PI
Jolly old sow once lived in a sty, A - Unknown
KP
"Let us go to the wood," says this pig - Unknown
KP
Little Betty Winckle - Unknown
KP
Little curly tail - J. Tippett
KP
Little Dame Crump - Unknown
KP
Little kitten, The - E. Follen
KP
Mary Middling - R. Fyleman
P
Melancholy pig, The - L. Carroll
PI
My unole Jehoshaphat - L. Richards
PI
Old baldheaded Eao - I. Headland
PI
Old crow, The - Unknown
PI
Pig and the hen, The - A* Cary
PI
Pig and the lark, The - M. Dodge
PI
Pigs - J. Drinkwater
KP
Pigs - J. Tippett
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Pigs and the oharooal-burner, The - W. De la Mare
KP
Precious piggy - T. Hood
PI
Precise guinea pig, The - Unknown
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Animal Life (Cont’d)
Animals (Cont’d)
Pig (Cont’d)
PI
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Problem, A - I. Headland
"Somebody stole our big blaok dog” - Unknown
"There was a little guinea-pig" - Unknown
This pig went to the barn - Unknown
Three little pigs, The -A» Soott-Gatty
Upon my word and honor - Unknown
Visitor, The - K. Pyle
Where are you going my little oat, - E. Follen
Pony
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"Had a little pony" - Unknown
If - Navajo Child
I never had a pony - A. Fisher
Mild-oart pony, The - E. Farjeon
Miracles - H. Asquith
My little pony - Unknown
My pony ” "A"
My pony - D. Aldis
My pony - G. Moon
Pardners - B. Braley
Ride, The - G. Moon
Riding in Rotten Row - J. Drinkwater
To the shop - R, Fyleman
Porcupine
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Arch armadillo, The - C. Wells
Fred - E. Farjeon
Prairie Dog
PI
PI
Prairie dog town Prairie-dog town -
M. Austin
G. Moon
Pronghorn
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Rhyme of the pronghorns, The - M. Austin
Puppy
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Little lost pup. The - A. Guiterman
My dog - M. Chute
Puppy and I - A. Milne
Puppy-olook, The - S. Sohwarz
Puppy’s problem, A - E. Poulsson
Pups - J. Tippett
Strictly germ proof - A- Guiterman
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A n im a l L i f e
A n im a ls
( C o n t 'd )
( C o n t 'd )
R a b b it
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Adventure - N. Turner
A H about it - D. Aldis
Blaok bunny - W. Rands
Bunny, The - G. Moon
Bunny romance, A - 0. Herford
Child sees the rabbit, The - E. Roberts
Chioken-hawk's song, The - M. Austin
Comb and brush - M. Dodge
Drummer, The - A* Robinson
Epitaph on a hare - W. Cowper
Fireflies - IT. Welles
Fred - E. Farjeon
Hunter, The - I. Headland
Longlegs - W. De la Mare
Market square - A. Milne
Master Rabbit - W» De la Mare
Our baby's rabbits - Unknown
Piper, piper - R. Fyleman
Puppy and I - A. Milne
Rabbit - E. Roberts
Rabbit, A - M« Davies
Rabbits - D. Baruch
Rabbit, The - W. Davies
Rabbit, The - G. Durston
Rabbit, The - E. King
Rabbit, The - E. Roberts
Rabbit and the cow, The - L. Riohards
Rabbit sees the ohild, The - B. Todd
Rabbits, The - Unknown
Rabbits' song outside the tavern, The - E. Coatsworth
Reason, The - D. Aldis
Short tale, A - A* Brown
Sir bunny - D. Thompson
Snare, The - J. Stephens
Soft and white - R. Atwell
Story in the snow, A - P. Crouch
Strictly germ proof - A* Guiterman
Summer picture, A - F. Hoatson
There's a hole in the fence - D. Diokinson
Toad and the rabbit, The - J. Martin
Toad and the rabbit, The - M. Shepard
Tracks - J. Farrar
When the cows come home - C. Rossetti
Whist - N. Turner
Wild rabbits, The - Unknown
Winter nights - M. Butts
Wounded hare. The - R« B u m s
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Animal Life (Cont'd)
Raoooon
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Knowing raooon, The - M. Dodge
Pet ooon, The - J. Riley
Raooon, The - Unknown
Rat
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PI
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PI
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Dandy oat, The - L. Riohards
Dog and the oat. The-the duok and the rat - E. Follen
Inconvenience - J, Tabb
Neighbors are not always friends -L. Richards
Old rat's tale, An - L. Riohards
Pied piper of Hamelin, The - R. Browning
Pretty John Watts - Unknown
Rat, cat and mouse, The - Unknown
Rat riddles - C. Sandburg
RatsJ - E. Farjeon
Rats, The - M. Dodge
Robber rat, The - K. Pyle
"There was an old man who supposed" - E. Lear
What beoame of them - Unknown
Rhinoceros
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Rhinoceros, The Rhinoceros, The -
H. Belloc
A. Wynne
Sable
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Old Mr. Sable - I. Headland
Sheep
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Baa, baa, blaok sheep - Unknown
Boy and the sheep, The - J. Taylor
Child's pet, A - W. Davies
Damelus' song to his flock - H. Constable
Derby ram. The - Unknown
Four presents, The - Unknown
God's care - Unknown
Happy sheep, The - W. Thor ley
Lamb, The - W. Blake
Little Bo-Peep - Unknown
Little shepherdess to her lambs, The - R. pyleman
Little shepherd's song, The - W. Percy
Lost lamb, The - T. Westwood
Navajo shepherd-boy, The - G. Moon
Nod - W. De la Mare
Nursery song - A. Carter
Nursery song - C. Carter
01* red thief - E. Farjeon
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Animal Life (Cont'd)
Animals (Cont'd)
Sheep (Cont'd)
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On the grassy hanks - C. Rossetti
Rooky mountain sheep, The - M« Austin
Sheep, The - A* Taylor
Sheep that keeps me warm to-day - A. 'Wynne
Sheepherder, The - L. Sarett
Sheep's wool, The - J. Tippett
Shepherd - R. Fyleman
Shepherd, The - W. Blake
Six little sheep - L. Sarett
Slumber song - L. V. Ledoux
Song of Illgrian peasants - S» Coleridge
Story of baby's blanket, The - E. Poulsson
Story of the new dress, The - M. Beckwith
Two little flocks, The - M. Potter
"Who goes round ny house this night?" - Unknown
Who stole the bird's nest? - L. Child
Squirrel
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Autumn - A* Knipe
Boy and the squirrel. The - F» Hey
Conversation - A. Robinson
"Five little squirrels" - Unknown
Flying squirrel, The - M. Burt
Furryhide and glitterskin - M. Austin
Grey squirrels. The - W. Howitt
Hunted squirrel, The - W. Browne
I'm a merry, merry squirrel - N. MaoLeod
Last violet, The - 0. Herford
Little bell - T. Westwood
Mountain and the squirrel, The - R, Emerson
Iftr little neighbor - M» Mason
Nuts - Unknown
Questions for a flying squirrel to answer - R, Field
Reason, The - D. Aldis
Red Riding-hood - J, Whittier
Rut-a-tut-tuts - M» Dodge
Sewing - R. Fyleman
Squirrel, The - B. Barton
Squirrel, The - M* Howitt
Squirrel, The - E. Smith
Squirrel, squirrel - D. Aldis
Squirrel's arithmetic, The - A* Beil
Summer woods - M. Howitt
"The squirrel and the leaves" - Unknown
Whisky frisky - Unknown
Winter nights - M. Butts
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Animal Life (Cont'd)
Animals (Cont'd)
Tiger
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Best nonsense rhyme, The - Unknown
How to tell the wild animals - C. Wells
Little tiger oat - A. Vfynne
Seven little tigers and the aged cook, The - L. Richards
"There was a young lady of Niger" - C. Monkhouse
Tiger, The - W. Blake
Unioorn (imaginary)
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Lion and the unicorn, The - Unknown
Weasel
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Cabin tale, A - P. Dunbar
Wolf
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PI
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Beth Gelert* or, The grave of the greyhound - W. Spenoer
Grey billy-goat - R. Fyleman
Grey wolf, The - W. De la Mare
Hunting sang of the Seeonee pack - R. Kipling
Shepherd - R. Fyleman
Story for a child, A - B. Taylor
Supper, The - W. De la Mare
Willie Wolf - H. C. LeCron
Wind-wolves - W. Sargent
Wolf, The - G. Durston
Wolves, The - E. Roberts
Wood Chuck
KP
"How muoh wood would a wood-chuck obuok"
Wood Mouse
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Wood mouse, The - M» Howitt
Worm
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Big fat worm, A - Unknown
Guess - E. Stuart
Luncheons - D. Aldis
Old shellover - W. De la Mare
Riddle: "As I was walking in the rain" - R. Boyer
Wonder worker, The - E. Stuart
Worm, The - R. Bergengren
Worm, The - E. Roberts
Worm, The - A. Taylor
Worm, The - E. Turner
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Animal Life (Cont’d)
Animals (Cont ’d)
Yak
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Yak, The - H. Belloo
Yak, The - 0. Herford
Treatment of Animals
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”A little old man came riding b y ” - Unknown
About animals - H. Conkling
Afterwards - T. Hardy
Bells of Heaven, The - R. Hodgson
Bete Humaine - F. Young
Bread and milk for breakfast - C. Rossetti
Cat might sit up in a tree, A Tfyrme
Ding, dong, bell - Unknown
Falsehood oorreoted - E» Turner
Feeding my friends - J. Tippett
Fred - E. Farjeon
Good Dobbin - J. and A» Taylor
Grateful Luoy - E. Turner
Hurt no living thing - C. Rossetti
I had a little doggy that used to sit and beg - Unknown
I had a little pony - Unknown
I love little pussy, her ooat is so w a r m - unknown
If the sun oould tell us half - C» Rossetti
Kindness to animals - Unknown
Kitten’s night thoughts - 0» Herford
Last dying speech and confession of poor puss - J. e nd A. Taylor
Lesson of mercy, A - A. Cary
Lessons on cruelty - W. Blake
Little bell - T. Westwood
Little things - J. Stephens
Mary had a little lamb - Unknown
Motherless soft lambkin, A - C. Rossetti
My little neighbor - M» Mason
Pet lamb, The - W. Wordsworth
Poor old horse - Unknown
Rabbit, The - W. Davies
Red Riding-hood - J. Whittier
Result of cruelty, The - E. Turner
Shepherd’s home, The - W. Shenstone
Snare, The - J. Stephens
Story of the cruel Frederick, The - H. Hoffmann
Stupidity street - R. Hodgson
Tell-tail - A* Brown
Thoughtless cruelty - C» and M. Lamb
Things to remember - ¥• Blake
Who would hurt a horse or tree - A» Wynne
Wounded hare, The - R. Burns
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Aftimal Life (Cont 'd)
Birds
General
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A l l t h in g s a b i r d i s
- A . TSynne
All things wait upon thee - C. Rossetti
Angler's reveille, The - H. VanDyke
Anxiety - G. MacDonald
Any bird - I. Orleans
April - M. Howitt
Be like the bird - V. Hugo
Before - R. Fyieman
Beggar bird, A - A. VJynne
Bird, A- E. Dickinson
Bird, The - W. Allingham
Bird came down the walk, A - E. Dickinson
Bird may sit and sing, A - A.Hfynne
Bird of the sky - A. THynne
Bird-song - L. Richards
Bird soarer's song, The - Unknown
Bird trades - Unknown
Birdie - E. Follen
Birdies with broken wings - M» Dodge
Birds - R. Fyieman
Birds, The - H. Belloc
Birds, The - W. Blake
Birds at twilight - J. Tippett
Bird's ball, The - L. Richards
Bird's experience, A - Unknown
Birds in summer - M. Howitt
Birds in the autumn - E. Thomas
Birds' names - W. Allingham
Bird's nest, The - E. Turner
Bluebird, The - E. Rexford
Brothers in the snow - W. Welles
Butterfly's ball, The - W. Roscoe
Butterfly's lesson. The - Unknown
Bye-bye - Unknown
Canticle - W. Griffith
Cat might sit up in a tree, A - A. Tflynne
Chill, A - C. Rossetti
Come wary one - R. Manning-Sanders
Dicky-bird, The - Mrs. Motherly
Early news - A. Pratt
Earth folk - W. De la Mare
Elm and the vine, The - J. Rosas
Etiquette - A« Guiterman
Evening - W. Blake
Fable, A - Unknown
F a ir ie s
g iv e th a n k s , The - R . Fyiem an
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Animal Life (Cont'd)
Birds (Cont'd)
General (Cont'd)
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Fiddle-dee-dee - E. Field
Fifteen acres, The - J. Stephens
For all little birds - N. Turner
Four little birds all flew from their nest - M. Bodge
Fox jumped up on a moonlight night, The - Unknown
FreBh air, The - H. Monro
Garden speaks, The - N. Turner
Good-morrow - T» Heywood
Green rain - F. Gill
Happy bird, The - Unknown
He didn't like me - L. Riohards
Hiawatha's ohickens - H. Longfellow
"High from the earth I heard a bird" - E» Dickinson
Hint to the wise, A - P. Barret
How they sleep - Unknown
I saw a little birdie fly - W. Allingham
If a bird may think - A. Wynne
In February - J, Symonds
It was Tommy who said - K. Greenaway
John James Audubon - R. and S* Benet
Joy of the morning - E» Markham
Kindness to animals - Unknown
Lady wind - W. Seegmiller
Lincoln family, The - W. Flagg
Little beach bird, The - R. Dana
Little bird, 0 will you be a neighbor to me - A. Wynne
Little bird upon the tree, The - A.Wynne
Little brothers - A. Brown
Little maiden and the bird, The - L» Child
Lollipopinjay, The - H. Lofting
Luncheons - D. Aldis
Making of birds, The - K. Hinkson
March - L» Laroom
Mark, The - E. Farjeon
May song - Unknown
May wind - D. Aldis
Melmillo - W. De la Mare
Messenger of Spring, The - J. Logan
Millinery bird, The - H. Lofting
My little girlie - K. Greenaway
Night bird, The - C. Kingsley
Nonsense tragedy, A - L. Richards
Number song - E. Roberts
Oh, no - M. Dodge
On a little bird - M. Armstrong
On a spaniel - W» Cowper
Onoe I saw a little bird - Unknown
One misty, moisty morning - W. Seegmiller
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Animal Life (Cont'd)
Birds (Cont’d)
General (Cont'd)
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Ornithology - E. Farjeon
Overtones - W. Peroy
People buy a lot of things - A* Wynne
Poor Dicky’s dead - K. Greenaway
Practicing - W. Seegmiller
Pretty little red-bird - Unknown
Pussy-willow days - A. Wynne
Quangle Wangle’s hat, The - E. Lear
Robin's cross - G. Barley
St. Francis’ sermon to the birds - H. Longfellow
Sign of spring, A - E. Rexford
Sing, little bird - Unknown
Sing on blithe bird - W. Motherwell
Skipping along alone - W. Welles
Sleppy Harry - J. and A. Taylor
Sleepyheads - C. Sandburg
Sometimes wish, A - M. Shacklett
Song - H. Conkling
Song in the storm. The - Unknown
Song of summer, A - Unknown
Songs - A. Ttynne
Songsters, The - J. Thomson
Spring - T. Gray
Spring - W. Seegmiller
Spring, The - J. Iyly
Street show - K. Greenaway
Stupidity street - R. Hodgson
Summer lullaby, A - E. Bumstead
Summer woods - M. Howitt
Talking - I. Headland
Terror - L. Riohards
"There was an old man who said, "Hush" - E. Lear
Things to remember - W. Blake
Thirsty birds, The - L. Richards
Time to rise - R. Stevenson
To a bird - A . "Wynne
Trail of the bird, The - W. Courthope
Travel time - N. Sohliohter
Tree outside, The - A. Wynne
Trees to let - A. Wynne
Two little birds - Unknown
Valentine's day - C. Kingsley
Waffle-kite, The - H. Lofting
We will go riding - L. Richards
Weathers - T. Hardy
Welcome visitors - E. Stapp
What a bird taught - H. Cary
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Animal Life (Cont'd)
Birds (Cont'd)
General (Cont'd)
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What a very rude little bird said to Johnny this
morning - L. Richards
What does little birdie say? - A» Tennyson
"What would you see - G. MacDonald
When I was a bird - K. Mansfield
"When little birdie bye-bye goes” - Unknown
Where away - W. Seegmiller
Who stole the bird's nest? - L» Child
Who would hurt a horse or tree - A« Wynne
Why? - W. Seegmiller
Why read a book; - C. Burns
Wild strawberries - J. Tippett
Winter birds - G. Cooper
Wires are so still and high, The - A. Wynne
Winds they did blow, The - Unknown
Wbnderful - J. Cutler
Young primrose gatherers, The - J, Sewell
Bat
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A H but blind - W. De la Mare
Dusk-song - the beetle - J. Riley
Inconvenienoe, An - J. Tabb
Nonsense tragedy, A - L. Riohards
Thing forgotten, A - H. Conkling
Twinkle, twinkle little bat - L. Carroll
White hen sitting, A - C. Rossetti
Bird of Paradise
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Bird of paradise - H. Conkling
Blaokbird
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Blaokbird - J. Drinkwater
Blaokbird, The - N* Hopper
Blaokbird, The - H« Wolfe
Blaokbird suddenly, A - J. Auslander
Child'8 song - K. Greenaway
First blaokbird, The - E. Farjeon
Freddie and the cherry-tree - A* Hawkshawe
Little bell - T. Westwood
0 what if the fowler - C. Dalmon
One blaokbird - H# Monro
Poplar field, The - W. Cowper
Redwing, The - B. Carman
Seorets - L» Hewitt
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A n i m al Life (Cont'd)
B i r d a (Cont'd)
Blaokbird (Cont'd)
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See blackbirds in a tree - Unknown
Story of a blaokbird - A» Cary
Tea party, The - K. Greenaway
wTwo little blackbirds sat upon a hill" -
Bluebird
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Angler's invitation, The - T. Stoddart
Band of bluebirds in autumn, A - W. Hayne
Blue - R. Field
Bluebird - H. Conkling
Bluebird, The - T. Aldrich
Bluebird, The - E. Miller
Bluebird, The - E. Rexford
Bluebird, The - J. Tabb
Bluebird, The - A* Wilson
Bluebird's song, The - Unknown
Flight of the birds, The - E. Stedman
Peekerwood a-settin' on a swingin ' limb Piping robin - A* WJnane
Sign of spring, A - E. Rexford
Spring race, The - A. Tfiftrnne
"Who'll rent my house, a bluebird cried" -
Blue Jay
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Blue jay - H. Conkling
Blue jay, The - C. Scollard
Blue jay, The - S. Sweet
Pinonero - M. Austin
Red Riding-hood - J. Whittier
Bob-white
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Bob-white - G. Cooper
Feathered name-speakers - Unknown
Bobolink
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Bobolinks, The - C. Cranch
Bobolink, The - T. Hill
Columbines - A. Guiterman
Feathered name'speakers - Unknown
Grasshopper, The - Unknown
Robert of Linooln - ¥• Bryant
Who stole the bird's nest, - L. Child
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A n i m a l Life (Cont'd)
BAg da (Cont'd)
Bullfinch
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Bullfinoh, The - E. Luoas
Bunting
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Winter birds - W. Seegmiller
Buzzard
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See one buzzard, don't see two - Unknown
Canary
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Canary, The - R. Fyieman
Canary, The - F. Sherman
Canary, The - E. Turner
Lucy's oanary - A» O'Keeffe
Mary's oanary - Unknown
"Mary had a pretty bird" - Unknown
Polite visitor, The - J. Peabody
Sparrows in the snow - J, Boner
Wild oanary - H. Conkling
Cardinal
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Cardinal bird, The - A» Guiterman
Catbird
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Catbird, The - A. Brown
Catbird, The - R, Field
Chaffinch
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Chaffinch’s nest at sea, The - W. Cowper
Tale, A - W. Cowper
Chaparral Cook
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Road-runner, The - M. Austin
Chiok-a-dee
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Chickadee - H. Conkling
Chickadee - L. Richards
Chickadee - W. Seegmiller
Chiokadee - M. Walker
Chiokadee, The - S. Dayre
Chicken's mistake, The - P. Cary
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A n i m a l Life (Cont'd)
Birds
(Cont'd)
Chiok-a-dee (Cont'd)
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Columbines - A* Guiterman
Midwinter - J. Trowbridge
Nursery song - A. Carter
Snowbird, The - H. Butterworth
Snowbird's song, The - F. Woodworth
Song of the chickadee - Unknown
" 'Tis an ill wind that blows nobody any good" - L. Richards
Titmouse, The - R. Emerson
Winter birds - W. Seegmiller
Young darkey in the spring, A - H. Roehling
Chicken
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Barnyard, The - D. Aldis
Bumble-bramble - M. Dodge
Chioken - W. De la Mare
Chioken in the bread-pan - Unknown
Chickens - J. Tippett
Chickens, The - R, Eyleman
Chiokens, The - Unknown
Chip and peep - Unknown
Contentment - E. Field
Geography - H. Conkling
Hen, The - J, Martin
Hen, The - M. Shepard
"Hound dog in the dinner pot" - Unknown
How they sleep - Unknown
I bought a dozen new laid eggs - Unknown
In the barnyard - D, Aldis
In the basket - M. Dodge
Motherless turkeys, The - M. Douglas
Fond, The - J. Taylor
Reason, The - D. Aldis
Seven little chicks - W. Seegmiller
White hen sitting, A - C» Rossetti
Cookatoo
KP
KP
"Come hither, little puppy-dog" - Unknown
Robin knows great A - Unknown
Condor
PI
Grampus and the condor, The - L« Richards
Corridor del Camine
I
Road-runner, The - M* Austin
652
A n i m a l Life (Cont'd)
Birda (Cont'd)
Crane
PI
I
PI
Daddy orane - K. Pyle
Pelioan chorus, The - E. Lear
Sand-hill orane, The - M* Austin
Crow
I
PI
KP
PI
I
PI
I
P
PI
PI
PI
PI
I
PI
PI
PI
KP
I
KP
PI
P
PI
I
KP
KPI
KP
As Lucy went a-wallcing - W. De la Mare
Birds - L. Richards
Carrion crow sat on an oak, A -Unknown
Caw, Caw - F. Hey
Coyote and the oarrion crow, The - M. Austin
Crow, The - A. Alexander
Crow, The - W. Canton
Crow and the kettle, The - L. Richards
Crow's children, The - P. Cary
Crows, The - Unknown
Death of Master Tomny Rook - E. Cook
Frog and the crow - Unknown
Jackdaw, The - W. Cowper
Lark and the rook, The - Unknown
Little Gustava - C« Thaxter
Old crow, The - Unknown
Pinonero - M. Austin
Red Riding-hood - J. Whittier
Robbin-a-dobbin - Unknown
Rooks, The - R. Fyieman
Scaresorow, The - E« Taylor
"There was a young brave from the west" - G. Moon
Two old crows - V. Lindsay
Who stole the bird's nest? - L» Child
Winter birdB - W. Seegmiller
Worm, The - A* Taylor
Cuckoo
KP
PI
PI
PI
PI
PI
PI
I
PI
PI
PI
I
I
I
I
Cuokoo - R. Fyieman
Cuokoo - K* Hinkson
"Cuokoo, cuokoo" - Unknown
Cuokoo in the pear-tree - W. Rands
Cuokoo, The - R. Fyieman
Cuckoo, The - A. Hawkshawe
Cuckoo's a fine bird, The - Unknown
Cuckoo's song, The - Josui
Cuckoo's voice, The -J. Heywood
Cuckoo's wit, The - R.Hawker
May day - Unknown
Ode to the cuokoo - M. Bruoe
Summer is a-ooming in - John of Forsete
To the cuokoo - J. Logan
To the cuokoo - W. Wordsworth
663
Animal Life (Cont'd)
Birds (Cont'd)
Dove
KP
PI
KPI
KP
PI
PI
PI
I
KP
I
I
PI
PI
PI
PI
I
KP
I
PI
Coo, ooo what shall I do? - Unknown
Doves and starlings - E. Farjeon
Dove and the wren. The - Unknown
Fanny's doves - Unknown
Gray dove's answer, The - Unknown
Gray dove's answer, The - F. Weatherly
Kind ohild - W. Welles
Lessons to be derived from birds - G. Doane
Little doves, The - Unknown
My doveB - E. Browning
Nightingale, The - W. Wordsworth
Peaoook and dove - R. Fyieman
Peacock, The - Unknown
Pink rose-petals - H. Conkling
Singing lessons, The - J. Ingelow
Song* I had a dove, and the sweet dove died - J. Keats
Turtle dove's nest, The - Unknown
What I said - H. Conkling
Wood dove - H. Conkling
Duck
I
KP
PI
I
KP
PI
KP
P
PI
KP
PI
KP
KP
I
PI
PI
KP
KP
KPI
KP
PI
KP
I
I
KP
PI
Autumn magio - B. Braley
Cat, turkey, duck and goose - J. Tippett
Cluck, cluck - Unknown
Contentment - E» Field
Dame Duck - Unknown
Dame Duck’s first lecture on education - A* Hawkshawe
Dame, what makes your ducks to die - Unknown
Dog and the oat, The-the duok and the rat - E. Follen
Duok and the kangaroo, The - E. Lear
Duok, The - E. King
Duokery quaokery - L. Richards
Ducklings - J, Tippett
Ducks - D. Aldis
Duoks - W. De la Mare
Ducks at dawn - J. Tippett
Duck's ditty - K. Grahame
Duoks, The - A* Wilkins
Forty little ducklings - L. Riohards
Fox, The - Unknown
Good-morning - M. Sipe
Hungry fox, The - Unknown
In the barnyard - D. Aldis
Memory, A - W. Allingham
Motherless turkeys, The - M» Douglas
My boat - I. Headland
New duckling, The - A* Noyes
654
A n i m a l Life (Cont'd)
Birds (Cont'd)
Duok (Cont'd)
I
P
PI
KP
KP
KPI
KP
PI
KP
Nortorious glutton, The - J, and A. Taylor
Old Ducky Quaokerel - L. Riohards
Out of the shell - M. Dodge
Quack, quaok - J. Tippett
Rainy day - B. Bowers
Swimming - C. Seollard
"There was a little man, and hehad a little gun - Unknown
There was an old lady of France" -E. Lear
"Who likes the rain? - C. Bates
Eagle
PI
I
I
PI
I
PI
I
I
I
I
I
PI
PI
Eagle, The - 6 . Moon
Eagle, The - J, Peroival
Eagle, The - A. Tennyson
Eagle on the mountain orest - H. Conkling
Eagles - J. Ingelow
Hare, The - G. Moon
Legend of the tortoise, The - P. Tennant
Lessons to be derived from birds - G» Doane
Menaphon's Roundelay - R. Greene
Rooky mountain sheep, The - M. Austin
Sea fowler, The - M* Howitt
Sitting here - E. Coatsworth
Taking time to grow - M. Dodge
Eiderduok
I
Sea fowler, The - M» Howitt
English Robin
I
English robin, The - H. Weir
Falcon
PI
Tower and the falcon. The - H» Conkling
Flamingo
PI
PI
Bingo the dingo and the fatal flamingo - L» Richards
Song of the turtle and flamingo - J. Fields
Goose
KP
KP
P
Barnyard, The - D. Aldis
Cat, turkey, duok and goose - J, Tippett
Crow and the kettle, The - L« Riohards
655
A n i m a l Life (Cont'd)
Birds
(Cont'd)
Goose (Cont'd)
KP
KPI
P
KP
KP
P
KP
KP
I
PI
KP
I
KPI
KPI
KP
KP
PI
KP
I
KP
Escape, The - E. Burt
Pox, The - Unknown
Goose girl - N. Turner
GooseI goose I - J. Tippett
Goosegirl's song - Unknown
Goosie gray - L. Jackson
Goslings - J. Tippett
Grey goose and gander - Unknown
Griselda goose - P. Cary
Hungry fox, The - Unknown
In the barnyard - D. Aldis
Motherless turkeys, The - M. Douglas
Old goose and her goslings, The - Unknown
Old gray goose, The - Unknown
Peckerwood a-settin' on a swingin' limb - Unknown
Some geese went out a-walking - K. Greenaway
Something told the wild geese - E. Field
Story of baby's pillow, The - E. Poulsson
Wild geese - F. Peterson
William tremble-toe is a good fisherman - Unknown
Goldfinch
I
I
I
Faithful bird, The - W. Cowper
Goldfinches - J. Keats
Goldfinches, The - S. Iynd
Goshawk
PI
Adventurous grasshopper, The - L. Richards
Grosbeak
PI
Rose-breast, The - L. Riohards
Grouse
PI
Grouse, The - R» Fyieman
Guinea Fowl
PI
Guinea fowl - W. Letts
Gull
PI
I
PI
Birds - L. Riohards
Five gulls - F. Faunoe
Kittiwake - L. Richards
656
A n i m a l Life (Cont'd)
Birds
(Cont'd)
Gull (Cont'd)
KP
I
PI
PI
PI
PI
I
PI
PI
PI
I
KP
Legend of the sea-siok sea-gull, The - H. Lofting
Sea fowler, The - M« Howitt
Sea-gull - H. Conkling
Sea Gull, The - A* Brown
Sea gull, The - L. Jackson
Sea-gull, The - Unknown
Sea gulls - M. Austin
Shore song - E. Coatsworth
Sorrowful sea-gull, The - Unknown
Terns party, The - L. Richards
Visit from the sea, A - R. Stevenson
T/lhere the sea gulls play - K. Keelor
Hawk
I
KP
PI
I
PI
KP
I
I
P
Chioken-hawk«s song, The - M. Austin
Fox and goose - F. Hey
Hawk and the boy, The - I. Headland
Immenisity - J, Tflheelook
Peaoook, The - unknown
"Riddle me, riddle me, ree" - Unknown
Soliloquy of a water wagtail - J. Montgomery
Sparrow-hawk, A “ Unknown
"White hen sitting, A - C. Rossetti
Hen
KP
KP
KP
PI
PI
KP
KP
I
KP
KP
KP
PI
KP
KP
KPI
KP
KP
KP
KP
KP
KP
Chickens - J. Tippett
Chickens, The - Unknown
Clocking hen, The - A* Hawkshawe
Cluok, oluck - Unknown
Cook, The - E. Farjeon
Cooks and hens - E. Follen
Cook and the hen, The - Unknown
Contentment - E. Field
Dame, what makes your duoks to die - Unknown
Egg, The - L. Riohards
Egotism - R. Bergengren
Envious wren, The - P. Cary
Fowl, The - M. Nightingale
Hen, The - J. Martin
Hens, The - E. Roberts
Hen, The - M. Shepard
"Hiokety, pickety, my blaok hen" - Unknown
Higgleby, piggleby - Unknown
"I had a little hen, the prettiest ever seen" - Unknown
I have l a — a-a-yed - Unknown
Little blaok hen, The - A* Milne
667
A n i m a l Life (Cont'd)
Birds (Cont'd)
Hen
KPI Little red hen, The - Unknown
My hen - J, Tippett
KP
Neighbors - S* Novak
I
Nursery song - C. Carter
KP
Old Mother Widdle Waddle - Unknown
KP
Peevish hen, The - A« Brown
PI
Pig and the hen, The - A. Cary
PI
Seven little ohioks - W» Seegmiller
KP
Sparrow and the hen, The - C. and M. Lamb
I
"Speckeldy hen, speokeldy hen” - Unknown
KP
Well I never - R. Fyieman
P
White hen sitting, A - C« Rossetti
P
Who stole the bird's nest? - L. Child
KP
William tremble-toe is a good fisherman - Unknown
KP
Wren and the hen, The - Unknown
PI
Heron
Henpecked - I. Headland
Herons - Hokku
PI
PI
Humming-bird
P
I
KPI
PI
PI
PI
KP
PI
PI
PI
I
I
PI
Annie's garden - E. Follen
Butterfly's revenge, The - W. Alger
Qarden song - A. Guiterman
Humming-bird - H. Conkling
Humming-bird, The - M. Howitt
Humming-bird, The - H. Kemp
Humming-bird, The - J. Tippett
Humming-bird song - F. Sherman
Indifference - L. Driscoll
Little green hummer - M. Dodge
To a humming-bird - J, Cheney
To the humming-bird - J, Very
"Within my garden rides a bird" - E. Diokinson
Jaokdaw
I
I
Jackdaw, The - W. Cowper
Jackdaw of Rheims, The - R. Barham
Jaybird
KP
KP
Jaybird, jaybird - Unknown
Jaybird a-settin' - Unknown
658
A n.im al Life (Cont'd)
Birda
(Cont'd)
Kingfisher
Kingfisher - E. Farjeon
Kingfisher, The - W. Davies
Kingfisher, The - M» Howitt
Kingfisher song, The - L. Carroll
KPI
I
I
I
Ladybird
KP
Ladybird, ladybird, fly away home - Unknown
Lapwing
I
Two pewits - E. Thomas
Lark
KPI
I
PI
I
I
P
I
PI
KPI
I
I
P
KP
PI
PI
KP
I
I
PI
PI
I
Kindness to animals - Unknown
Lark and the nightingale. The - H. Coleridge
Lark and the rook, The - Unknown
Lark now leaves his watery nest. The - W. Davenant
Larks - R. Bridges
Larks - R. Fyieman
Lark, The - J. Hogg
Lark, The - L. Reese
Larks go by, The - F. Davis
Lark's grave, The - T. Westwood
Lessons to be derived from birds - G. Doane
Little lark, The - J. and A. Taylor
Meadow lark - M. Walker
0 lark of the summer morning - Unknown
Pig and the lark, The - M« Dodge
"Shall I sing?" says the lark - K. Greenaway
Sir Lark and King Sun: A parable - G. MaoDonald
Song of the larks at dawn - H. Trench
Summer nights are short, The - C* Rossetti
Three things - J. Auslander
Upon the lark and the fowler - J. Bunyan
Linnet
I
PI
PI
I
PI
PI
Burial of the linnet, The - J. Ewing
Hear what the mournful linnets say - C. Rossetti
Lilao, The - H. Wolfe
Linnet, The - W. De la Mare
Linnet in a gilded cage, A - C. Rossetti
Young linnets, The - A* Hawkshawe
Magpie
KP
PI
"A pie sat on a pear-tree" - Unknown
Birds' names
659
A n i m a l Life (Cont'd)
Birds
(Cont'd)
Magpie (Cont'd)
FI
I
PI
Drawing lots - I. Headland
Magpie lane - N. Turner
Travel signs - M. Austin
Mocking-bird
I
PI
I
I
KPI
I
I
Donkey and the mocking-bird, The - J, Rosas
Legend of Lake Okeefinokee, A -L. Riohards
Mocking-bird, The - J. Drake
Mocking-bird, The - R, Hovey
Mocking-bird, The - M. Lesemann
Mocking-bird, The - Unknown
Voice in the night, A - H. Weeden
Nightingale
KP
I
I
I
I
I
I
PI
PI
I
PI
I
I
PI
Cuokoo - R. lyleman (tr.)
Lark and the nightingale, The - H. Coleridge
Nightingale - J. Thomson
Nightingale, The - R, Barnfield
Nightingale, The - G. King
Nightingale, The - W* Wordsworth
Nightingale and the glowworm, The - W. Cowper
Oh, harkl - E. Farjeon
Peacock, The - Unknown
Rose upon my baloony, The - W. Thaokeray
Singing lessons. The - J. Ingelow
Skylark and nightingale - C. Rossetti
Sparrow-hawk, A - Unknown
Summer nights are short, The - C. Rossetti
Oriole
PI
I
KPI
I
KP
P
PI
I
Bird trades - Unknown
Fire-hangbird's nest, The - E. Field
Garden song - A* Guiterman
Golden orioles, The - J, Hartzell
Oriole - M. Walker
Orioles, The - Unknown
Spring lilt, A - Unknown
To an oriole - E. Fawcett
Ostrich
PI
Trinoomalee - L. Richards
Ouzel
I
I
Water ouzel. The - H. Monroe
Water-ouzel, The - M. Webb
660
A n i m a l Life (Cont’d)
Birds
(Cont'd)
Owl
PI
I
I
I
PI
p
PI
KP
I
PI
KP
PI
KP
PI
I
PI
PI
I
PI
KP
I
PI
KP
PI
P
I
KP
PI
PI
P
PI
PI
PI
PI
I
P
I
All but blind - W. De la Mare
Canticle - W. Griffith
Chioken-hawk's song. The - M. Austin
Elf-owl - M. Austin
Great brown owl. The - A* Hawkshawe
Guess me - Unknown
Howl about an owl, A ~ L. Richards
Jemmy Jed went into a shed - Unknown
King of the night, The - B. Procter
Last violet, The - 0. Herford
Little boy went into a barn, A - Unknown
Nonsense tragedy, A - L. Riohards
Of all the gay birds that e'er I did see - Unknown
Oh, hark! - E. Farjeon
Once - Unknown
Owl, The - M. S. Leitoh
Owl, The - G. Moon
Owl, The - B. Procter
Owl, The - Unknown
Owl and the pussy oat, The - E. Lear
Owl oritic. The - J. Fields
Owlet, The - M. Cawein
Soreeoh owl, The - Unknown
Song: The Owl - A» Tennyson
Story, A - F. Manly
Sweet Suffolk owl - T. Vautor
"There was an owl lived in an oak" - Unknown
"There was an old man of Dumbree" - E. Lear
Thing forgotten, A - H. Conkling
Three little owlets - Unknown
Tragic tale of Hooty, the owl, The - Unknown
Two wise owls - Unknown
Voice of the lobster, The - L. Carroll
What grandpa mouse said - Vi Lindsay
Ifhen ioioles hand by the wall - W. Shakespeare
White hen sitting, A - C. Rossetti
Who?-Who? - unknown
Parrot
PI
KP
PI
KP
KPI
I
I
KP
I
Animal store, The - R. Field
Little poll parrot
Magic wall paper, The - V. Dayrell
Old woman of Gloucester, The - Unknown
Parrots - R. Field
Parrot, The - T. Campbell
Parrots, The - W. Gibson
Poll parrot - Unknown
Why not do it, sir, today? - C. and M. Lamb
661
A n i m a 1 Life - (Cont’d)
Birds
(Cont’d)
Partridge
PI
I
Mammy-lore - C. Stern
Partridges - A. Worden
Peacock
PI
PI
PI
PI
KP
Peacock, The - A. Brown
Peaoock, The - Unknown
Peacock and dove - R. Fyieman
Peacock feathers - H» Conkling
Peaoooks - R. fyieman
Pelican
I
Pelican chorus, The - E. Lear
Pewit
I
Two pewits - E. Thoms.s
Pheasant
PI
PI
l{y lady - J. Coster
Roderigo and Ferdinando - L. Richards
Phoebe
I
Feathered name-speakers - Unknown
Pigeon
PI
KP
KP
KP
PI
PI
KP
PI
I
KP
KP
Carrier pigeons - H» Conkling
Curr dhoo, curr dhoo - Unknown
I had two pigeons bright and gay - Unknown
People, The - E. Roberts
Pigeon house, The - Unknown
Pigeons - R. Fyieman
Pigeons, The - M» Burnham
Pigeons at church - H. Asquith
Pigeons just awake - H. Conkling
Pigeons out walking - J. Peabody
Robbin-a-dobbin - unknown
Puffin
PI
There was once a puffin - F. Jaques
Qu&il.
KP In the fashion - A* Milne
I
Listen - Unknown
PI
Quail - M. Walker
662
Animal Life (Cont’d)
Birds (Cont’d)
Raven
PI
I
Last violet, The - 0. Herford
Raven's tome, The - HI. De la Mare
Redbird
I
Red birds - S. Teasdale
Road-runner
I
Road-runner, The - M. Austin
Robin
PI
KP
PI
KP
PI
PI
PI
PI
P
KP
KP
PI
KP
KP
PI
I
I
PI
KP
I
PI
KPI
I
I
KP
P
PI
KPI
I
KP
KP
KP
KP
PI
KP
Angler’s invitation, The - T. Stoddard
Bird's song, The - W. Seegmiller
Blossom, The - W. Blake
Bread and milk for breakfast - C. Rossetti
Brother robin - M. Anderson
Cherries - F. Sherman
Cherries - Unknown
Cherries - F. Weatherly
Cheery bird. The - A. Brown
Cock robin’s roundelay - Unknown
Come here little robin - E. Miller
Come here little robin - Unknown
"Come hither sweet robin" - Unknown
Conversation - A. Robinson
Death and burial of oook robin - Unknown
Disoontent - S. 0. Jewett
Epitaph on a robin-redbreast, Ah - S. Rogers
Fairies send messengers, The - R. Fyieman
Feeding the robin - Unknown
Flight of the birds, The - E. Stedman
Gay robin - R. Bridges
Honest Mr. Robin - E. Hammond
How the robin oame - J. Whittier
"If I oan stop one heart from breaking" - E. Dickinson
I ’ll try - Unknown
In the orchard - F. Sherman
Jexuay Wren - Unknown
Kindness to animals - Unknown
Last robin, The - H. Washburn
Little oook robin peeped out of his cabin - Unknown
Little robin red breast - Unknown
Little robin red-breast jumped upon the wall - Unknown
"Little robin red-breast sat upon a rail" - Unknown
Lost: Three little robins - Unknown
May basket, A - L. West
663
A n i m al U f a (Cont'd)
Birds
(Cont'd)
Robin (Cont’d)
p
KP
KP
KPI
KP
PI
PI
KP
P
I
I
KP
KP
P
PI
PI
PI
KP
PI
KPI
PI
KPI
KP
KP
PI
KP
PI
I
PI
PI
PI
I
I
KP
I
I
KP
I
PI
P
PI
P
KP
PI
PI
PI
I
KP
Meadow talk - N. Smith
"My dear, do you know?" - Unknown
My robin - K. Greenaway
Nesting time - C* Rossetti
North wind doth blow. The - Unknown
Our Sir Robin - Unknown
Piping robin - A. Wynne
Pit pat, well a day - Unknown
Questions and answers - R. Fyieman
Ragged robin - L« Twamley
Red-breast chasing a butterfly, The - W. Wordsworth
Red-breast in the cherry tree - W. Seegmiller
Robin - A. Payne
Robin - W. Seegmiller
Robin, The - L. Alma-Tadema
Robin, The - W. De la Mare
Robin, The - E. Dickinson
Robin, The - R. Fyieman
Robin, The - C. Thaxter
Robin, The - Unknown
Robin in winter. The - Unknown
Robin red-breast - W. Allingham
Robin red-breasts, The - A* Hawkshawe
Robin to his mate, The - A. Carter
Robin to Jenny - E. Farjeon
Robins, The - Unknown
Robin's apology - F. Sherman
Robins come - W. Caldwell
Robin's cross - G. Darley
Robin's nest, The - P. Cary
Robin's other name, The - J* Riley
Robin's petition, The - Unknown
Robin's song, The - C. Fraser
Robins' song, The - W. Seegmiller
Scareorow, The - C. Thaxter
Secret, The - J. Ingelow
Secret, The - Unknown
September robin, A - D. Craik
Sir robin - L. Laroom
Song - H* Longfellow
Song of the robin, The - B» Berquist
Spring - A. Wynne
Spring has come, The - W. Seegmiller
Spring lilt, A - Unknown
Spring signs out - A. Wynne
"Talents differ" - L* Riohards
Tampa robins - S. Lanier
Little robin grieves, The - Unknown
664
A n i m a l Life (Cont'd)
Birds
(Cont'd)
Robin (Cont'd)
KP
PI
PI
PI
I
PI
KPI
KP
KP
KP
PI
KP
KPI
FI
PI
There was a little robbin - W. Seegmiller
Three o'olock in the morning - R. Palfrey
Three o'clock in the morning - Unknown
They didn't think - P. Cary
To the first robin - H« Washburn
Traveling light - L. Upton
Under the window is my garden - K. Greenaway
Wedding of Jenny When, The - Unknown
What robin told - G. Cooper
What the robins sing in the morning - L. Riohards
When Jenny When was young - Unknown
"When the snow is on the ground" - Unknown
Winter - C. Rossetti
Winter robin, The - T. Aldrich
Wrens end robins - C. Rossetti
Rook
PI
PI
I
Death of Master Tonmy Rook - E. Cook
Lark and the rook, The - Unknown
Rook and the sparrows. The - C» end M. Lamb
Rooster
PI
I
PI
Chanticleer
Chanticleer
Cock, The -
- K. Hinkson
- C. Thaxter
E. Farjeon
P
Cook, The -
R. Fyieman
P
KP
P
KP
KP
KP
PI
KP
KPI
PI
KP
P
PI
KPI
Cook and the fox, The - M. DeFranoe
Cock and the hen, The - Unknown
Cock-a-doodle - R. Fyieman
Cock-a-doodle-doo - D. Thompson
Cook-a-doodle-doo - Unknown
Cocks and hens - E. Follen
Dog and a cook, A - Unknown
Egotism - R. Bergengren
For a oook - E. Farjeon
In the poultry yard - L. Riohards
Knowledge - A* Fisher
KookoorookooI kookoorookooI - C. Rossetti
Maid to her oook, The - Unknown
Red rooster - H. Conkling
Sandpiper
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Sandpiper, The - W. Bynner
Sandpiper, The - C. Thaxter
Sand soribblings - C. Sandburg
665
A n i m a l Life (Cont'd)
Birds
(Cont'd)
Scarlet Tanager
I
Red birds - S. Teasdale
Sea-mew
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Sea-mew, The - E. Browning
Sea-mews in winter - J. Ingelow
Skylark
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PI
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Boy and the sky, The - C. and M. Lamb
Skylark, The - R. Fyieman
Skylark, The - F. Tennyson
Skylark and nightingale - C. Rossetti
Skylark's song, The - J. Bennett
To a skylark - W. Wordsworth
Snowbird
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PI
KP
PI
Snowbirds - A* Lampman
Snowbird, The - H. Butterworth
Snowbird, The - F. Sherman
Queries - W. Seegmiller
What the snowbirds said - Unknown
Sparrow
KP
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PI
PI
PI
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PI
PI
PI
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PI
PI
KP
PI
PI
P
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KP
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"A little cook-sparrow sat on a tree" - Unknown
Bee, the ant and the sparrow, The - C. Cotton
Blossom, The - W. Blake
Cock-sparrow - D. Thompson
Conundrum, A - W. Seegmiller
Dead sparrow, The - W. Cartwright
Employment - J. Taylor
First song-sparrow. The - Unknown
Flying south - W. Seegmiller
Horse, The - J, Stephens
In April - H. Jackson
King Edwin's feast - J. Chadwick
Little cook-sparrow - Unknown
Little Gustava - C. Thaxter
Little Tom Twig- Unknown
London sparrow - E. Farjeon
London sparrows, The - E. Lucas
Mr. and Mrs. Spikky Sparrow - E. Lear
Of all the birds - Unknown
Queries - W. Seegmiller
Rook and the sparrows, The - C. and M. Lamb
Song-sparrow - Unknown
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A n i m a l Life (Cont'd)
Birds
(Cont'd)
Sparrow (Cont'd)
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PI
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KPI
Song-sparrow, The - H. VanPyke
Sowing time - R. Fyieman
Sparrow and the hen, The - C. and M. Lamb
Sparrows - C. Rossetti
Sparrows, The - Unknown
Sparrows in the snow - J, Boner
Sparrow's nest. The - M. Howitt
To a hedge-sparrow - Unknown
Two sparrows - H« Wolfe
Winter birds - W. Seegmiller
Starling
PI
PI
Doves and starlings - E. Far jeon
Roderigo and Ferdinando - L. Richards
Stork
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P
PI
PI
Frogs who wanted a king, The - J, Lauren
Grandfather stork - K. Pyle
Spring song - Unknown
Stork, stork - R. Fyieman
Stormy Petrel
I
Stormy petrel, The - Unknown
Swallow
PI
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PI
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P
PI
PI
PI
PI
PI
PI
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PI
KP
Bank-swallows, The - Unknown
Bam-swallow, The - W. Sargent
Bird trades - Unknown
Chimney nest, The - M. Dodge
Departure of the swallows - T. Gautier
Emperor's bird's nest, The - H. Longfellow
First swallow. The - C. Smith
First swallow, The - W. Wordsworth
Flight of the birds, The - E. Stedman
Fly away, fly away over the sea - C. Rossetti
Folk song - Unknown
Gray dove's answer, The - Unknown
Gray dove's answer - F. Weatherly
High upon a hilltop - N. Turner
Nests - I. Headland
Peabody bird, The - R. Field
Perseverance - R. Andos
September - E. Reed
Swallow, The - I. Headland
667
A n i m a l Life (Cont'd)
Birds
(Cont'd)
Swallow (Cont'd)
KPI
PI
PI
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P
I
Swallow, The - C. Rosetti
Swallow, swallow - Unknown
Swallows - 6. Richmond
Swallows, The - E» Arnold
Swallow's nest, The - E. Arnold
Swift and sure the swallow - C» Rossetti
To a swallow building under our eaves - J. Carlyle
Swan
I
Dying swan, The - A. Tennyson
Grateful swan, The - A. Cary
Lessons to be derived from birds - G, Doane
KPI Mirror, The - A» Milne
I
Night swans - W. De la Mare
KP Swan boat, A - R. Utter
KP
"Swan swam over the sea" - Unknown
I
Swan's nest among the reeds - E. Browning
PI
Three ways - M. Dodge
I
Wild swans of Coole, The - W. Yeats
PI
I
Throstle
I
PI
Longlegs - W. De la Mare
Throstle, The - A« Tennyson
Thrush
PI
PI
KP
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PI
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PI
PI
PI
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A n g l e r '8 i n v i t a t i o n , The - T . S to d d a rt
Brown t h r u s h - L. Larcom
Dead i n t h e o o ld - C . R o s s e t t i
H e r m it t h r u s h - H . C o n k lin g
H e r m it t h r u s h , The - A * MaoKaye
May - N. T u rn e r
M o c c a s in f lo w e r - H . C o n k lin g
MY t h r u s h - M . C o l l i n s
Song o f t h e t h r u s h - L . Laroom
S p r in g song - W . G r i f f i t h
T a le fro m t h e g a rd e n , A. - M* Jones
T h r o s t l e , The - A» Tennyson
T h ru s h , The - W. De l a M are
T h ru sh es - R . F i e l d
T h r u s h 's n e s t , The - J . C la r e
T h r u s h 's so n g , The - W. M a c g i l l i v r a y
To a t h r u s h s in g in g i n J a n u a ry - J. K a b le
Two sp arro w s - H . W o lfe
W hat t h e t h r u s h says - Q. S c o tt-H o p p e r
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Anim. al Life (Cont'd)
B i r d s (Cont'd)
Titmouse
KP
PI
I
"As titty-mouse sat in the witty to spin" - Unknown
Titmouse, The - R. Emerson
To a tufted titmouse - M. Rodhouse
Turkey
KP
KP
KP
I
KPI
KP
PI
KP
I
KP
Because she didn't think - P. Cary
Cat, turkey, duok, and goose - J. Tippett
Little turkeys - J. Tippett
Motherless turkeys, The - M» Douglas
Not thankful - A. Wynne
"There's a big fat turkey on grandfather's farm" - Unknown
They didn't think - P.Cary
Turkey - J, Tippett
Turkey and the ant, The - J. Gay
Turkey's opinion, The - A. Pratt
Turtle-dove
KP
Turtle-dove's nest, The - A* Hawkshawe
Wagtail
I
KP
I
Little trotty wagtail - J. Clare
Mrs. Bond she went down to the pond in a rage - Unknown
Soliloquy of a water-wagtail - J. Montgomery
Water Fowl
PI
I
Shore song - E. Coatesworth
To a water fowl - W. Bryant
Whippoorwill
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I
PI
Cantiole - W. Griffith
Feathered name-speakers - Unknown
Gnome, The - A. Robinson
Whippoorwill - M. Dodge
Whippoorwill - L. Richards
Widow Bird
I
Widow bird, The - P. Shelley
Wild Goose
I
PI
PI
Black brant, The - M. Austin
Wild geese - E. Chipp
Wild geese - C. Thaxter
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A n i m a l Life (Cont'd)
Birds
(Cont'd)
Woodpeoker
PI
I
PI
KP
PI .
PI
KP
KPI
Bird trades - Unknown
Hiawatha and the pear1-feather - H. Longfellow
Legend of the northland - P . Cary
Woodpecker - Unknown
Woodpeoker - M.
Walker
Woodpeoker, The - A. Brown
Woodpeoker, The - E. Roberts
Woodpeoker, The - J. Tabb
Wren
I
KP
KP
KPI
PI
I
I
I
KP
KP
I
KPI
PI
PI
PI
P
PI
KP
PI
KP
PI
PI
I
Child's talk in April - C. Rossetti
Cock Robin's roundelay - Unknown
Coo, ooo what shall I do? - Unknown
Dove and the wren. The - Unknown
Envious wren, The - P. Cary
Golden-crested wren, The - T. Miller
Jenny Wren - W. Davies
Jenny Yfren - W. De la Mare
Jenny Wren - Unknown
Little Jenny Wren - Unknown
May - N. Turner
Nesting time - C. Rossetti
People of the eaves, I wish you good morning - C. Sandburg
Robin to Jenny - E. Parjeon
Robin's nest, The - P. Cary
Soareorow, The - E. Taylor
Spring meeting, A - Unknown
Wedding of Jenny Wren, The - Unknown
When Jenny Wren was young - Unknown
Willow-wren, The - E. Farjeon
Wren and the hen, The - Unknown
WTens and robins - C. Rossetti
Wren's nest, A - W. Wordsworth
Yellowblrd
I
Yellowbird - C. Thaxter
Yellow Summer-throat
PI
Yellow summer-throat - H. Conkling
Yellow throat
PI
Angler's invitation, The - T. Stoddart
670
A n i m a l Life (Cont'd)
B ir d s
( C o n t 'd )
B ir d M ig r a t io n
PI
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PI
PI
I
I
PI
PI
PI
PI
P
PI
’ PI
I
PI
I
P
PI
KP
PI
P
I
KPI
KP
Bank-swallow, The - Unknown
Birds in the autumn - E. Thomas
Birds of passage, The - F. Hemans
Bluebird - H. Conkling
"Cuokoo, cuckoo" - Unknown
Departure of the swallows - T. Gautier
Plight of the birds, The - E. Stedman
Plying south - W. Seegmiller
Gay robin - R. Bridges
Gray dove's answer, The - Unknown
Gray dove's answer, The - F. Weatherly
North wind, The - R, Poresman
Something told the wild geese - R. Field
Spring meeting, A - Unknown
Swallows, The - E. Arnold
Swallow, swallow - Unknown
Tampa robins - S. Lanier
Travel time - N. Schliohter
Traveling light - L« Upton
"Two little birds one autumn day" - Unknown
Wanderings of the birds, The - Unknown
Where do all the daisies go? - Unknown
Wild geese - F. Peterson
Winter birds - W. Seegmiller
" W h o 'll r e n t my h o u s e , a b lu e b ir d c r ie d " -
Unknown
B ir d N e s ts and Eggs
B i r d 's n e s t , A - F. P e rc y
B i r d 's n e s t , The - J, D r in k w a te r
B i r d 's n e s t , The - E . T u rn e r
B i r d s ' n e s t s , The - Unknown
B ir d t r a d e s - Unknown
Boy w i t h t h e l i t t l e b a r e t o e s , The - W. H a rv e y
Brown th r u s h - L . Laroom
B u ild in g o f th e n e s t , The - M . S a n g s te r
C h ild and t h e w o r ld , The - K . W ig g in
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C h i l d 's t a l k i n A p r i l - C . R o s s e t t i
KP D i c k y - b i r d , The - M r s . M o th e r ly
KPI Dove and t h e w re n , The - Unknown
PI
Eggs - H . A s q u ith
PI
" E l i z a b e t h , E ls p e t h , B e ts y , Bess" - Unknown
I
F i f t e e n a c r e s , The - J. Stephens
PI
F o u r p r e s e n t s , The - Unknown
I
G olden o r i o l e s , The - J. H a r t z e l l
KP
Happy b i r d s - S . H a r r in g t o n
PI
House h u n te r s - E . F a r je o n
KP
I f e v e r I see - L . C h ild
PI
KP
P
PI
PI
KP
PI
PI
P
671
A n i m a l Life (Cont'd)
Bi rds
(Cont'd)
Bird Nests and Eggs (Cont'd)
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PI
PI
PI
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PI
KP
KP
I
PI
KP
PI
PI
PI
KP
I
I
KP
KP
KP
PI
KP
PI
In a bird's egg - Unknown
Lark and the Rook, The - Unknown
Lost - three little robins - Unknown
Magpie's nest, The - C. and M. Lamb
Mother bird. The - W. De la Mare
Nest, The - M. Elliot
Nest eggs - R. Stevenson
Old oak tree, The - C. Carlson
Perseverance - R. Andros
Robert of Lincoln - W. Bryant
Robin to his mate, The - A. Carter
Robin's eggs - W. Welles
Rule for birds' nesters, A - Unknown
Sparrow's nest, The - M. Howitt
Swallow, The - I. Headland
Swan's nest among the reeds - E. Browning
Thrush's nest, The - J. Clare
Tree city - A. Brown
Tree on the hill - Unknown
TShat robin told - G. Cooper
What would you see - G. MacDonald
Who stole the bird's nest, - L. Child
Wren and the hen. The - Unknown
Bird Songs
I
PI
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P
PI
I
KP
I
KP
P
PI
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P
KP
I
PI
KP
PI
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I
Adlestrop t E. Thomas
Angler's invitation, The - T. Stoddart
Answer to a child’s question, An - S. Coleridge
At common dawn - V. Ellis
Beggar bird, A - A.
Bird of paradise - H. Conkling
Birds, The - W. Blake
Birds may sit and sing, A - A. Tfifynne
Bird's music - F. Sherman
Bird's song, The - W. Seegmiller
Birds without words - A. Brown
Blaokbird - J. Drinkwater
Blue Jay, The - S. Swett
Canary, The - F. Sherman
Courtship, merry marriage and picnic dinner of Cock Robin
and Jenny Wren, The - Unknown
Crumbs to the birds - D. and M. Lamb
Cuckoo - K. Hinkson
Dicky-bird, The - Mrs. Motherly
Early Spring - W. Davies
Evening waterfall - C. Sandburg
Good-morrow - T. Heywood
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A n l m a l Life (Cont'd)
B i r d s (Cont'd)
Bird Songs (Cont'd)
KP
PI
PI
KP
KPI
PI
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PI
P
PI
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I
KP
PI
PI
PI
P
KP
PI
I
FI
PI
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PI
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P
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PI
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PI
P
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I
Happy birds - S. Harrington
"Hope is the thing with feathers" - E. Dickinson
I heard a bird sing - 0. Herford
If ever I see - L. Child
In May - Unknown
In the vogelgarten - A. Brown
King David - W. De la Mare
Lark and the Rook, The - Unknown
Little bird, o will you be a neighbor to me - A. Wynne
lyric, The - L. Richards
Morning - T. Heywood
Nightingale - J. Thomson
Nightingale,The - W. Wordsworth
People buy a lot of things - A. Wynne
Red top and timothy - L. Laroom
Rivals, The - J*Stephens
Robert of Lincoln - W. Bryant
Robin - W. Seegmiller
Robin to his mate, The - A» Carter
Sing-away bird - L» Laroom
Singer, The - E. Stedman
Singing lesson, The - J* Ingelow
Skylark, The - R. Fyleman
Skylark, The - F. Tennyson
Song in the night, The - J. Buokham
Song of the larks at dawn - H. Trench
Song of the thrush - L. Larcom
Songs Morning - T. Heywood
Song sparrow - Unknown
Songsters, The - J. Thomson
Sparrow and the hen, The - C. and M. Lamb
Spring greeting - S. Lanier
Summer nights are short, The - C. Rossetti
Sweet Suffolk owl - T. Vautor
Thrush's nest, The - J. Clare
Thrush's song, The - W. Maogillivray
Titmouse, The - R. Emerson
Trees to let - A. Wynne
Who-? Who-? - Unknown
Yellowbird - C. Thaxter
Treatment of Birds
P
PI
P
PI
I
Beggar bird, A. - A. Wynne
Bird, The - W. Allingham
Bird oatoher, The - E. Turner
Bird in a cage, The - W* Bowles
Bird Set Free, The - W. De la Mare
A n i m a l Life (Cont’d)
673
B i r d s (Cont’d)
Treatment of Birds (Cont’d)
PI
KP
PI
PI
KP
PI
I
I
KP
KPI
PI
I
KP
I
PI
P
KP
I
PI
KP
PI
PI
FI
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KP
I
P
KP
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PI
PI
PI
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P
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KP
PI
PI
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KP
PI
KPI
Bird's eye view, A - Unknown
Broken wing - E. Farjeon
Child and the bird, The - E. Farjeon
Come here, little robin - Unknown
"Come hither, sweet robin" - Unknown
Crumbs - W. De la Mare
Crumbs to the birds - C. and M. Lamb
D o n ’t kill the birds - D* Colesworthy
Feeding the robin - Unknown
For all little birds - N. Turner
Hoar what the mournful linnets say - C. Rossetti
Hunted squirrel, The - W. Browne
If ever I see - L. Child
"If I can stop one heart from breaking"
-E. Dickinson
Linnet in a gilded cage, A - C. Rossetti
Little bird, o will you be a neighbor to me - A.
Wynne
Little birds, The - M. Fletoher
Little bird's oomplaint to his mistress, The - A. Taylor
Little cook-sparrow - Unknown
Little Tom Twig - Unknown
Lonson Sparrow - E. Far jeon
Lost - three little robins - Unknown
Memorial to St* Franois - M* Simpson
doves - E. Browning
Nell and her bird - M* Dodge
Nightingale - J, Thomson
Orphan’s song. The - S. Dobell
Pigeons, The - M. Burnham
Remorse - S. Dayre
Robin in winter, The - Unknown
Robin redbreast, A - W* Blake
Robin to Jenny - E. Farjeon
Robin’s petition, The - Unknown
Rook and the sparrows. The - C. and M. Lamb
Sea-mew, The - E. Browning
Sing on, blithe birdl - W. Motherwell
Snow - J. Taylor
Sparrows, The - Unknown
Sparrows in the snow - J* Brown
"There was a little one-eyed gunner" - Unknown
Three things to remember - W. Blake
Tit for tat - W. De la Mare
To a mouse - R. Burns
To the humming bird - J. Very
Wake up, birdie - M. Dodge
"When the show is on the ground" - Unknown
Winds they did blow. The - Unknown
Winter - C. Rossetti
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Animal Life (Cont’d)
Crustaoea
Crab
Old ohang, the orab - I. Headland
On the beach - W. Seegmiller
Three ounning orabs - D. Wood
KP
KP
I
Lobster
Lobster and the maid, The - F. Weatherly
Voice of the lobster, The - L. Carroll
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PI
Fish
General
KP
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PI
PI
KP
PI
KP
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PI
P
PI
KP
KP
P
PI
KP
KP
I
KP
KP
Branoe, The - E. Roberts
Child’s song, A - R. Finch
Dash away - J. Martin
Differences - L. Richards
Do the fishes know - W. Seegmiller
Fish, A - L, J. Bridgman
Fishes, The - Mrs. Motherly
Flying fish - M. Fenollosa
Little brothers - A. Brown
Little fish that would not do as it was bid, The
J. and A. Taylor
Lobster Quadrille, A - L. Carroll
Miss Molly and the little fishes - K. Greenaway
Queries - W. Seegmiller
Sohools for fish - W . Seegmiller
There was onoe a puffin - F. Jaques
Things as they are - I. Headland
Tip-toe tale - D. Willson
Unless - F. Weatherly
When fishes set umbrellas up - C. Rossetti
Why? - W. Seegmiller
Catfish
KP
Catfish - J« Farrar
Dolphin
PI
PI
I
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Dash away - J. Martin
Dash away - M. Shepard
Dolphins - M. Miohaels
Dolphins in blue water - A. Lowell
G o ld f is h
PI
KP
PI
Goldfish - H. Conkling
Goldfish, The
E. Alford
Gold-fish bowl - H. Conkling
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Animal Life (Cont’d)
Fish (Cont’d)
Herring
KP
PI
Man in the wilderness asked of me - Unknown
Terns party, The - L. Richards
Minnow
I
PI
Minnows - J. Keats
Some fishy nonsense - L. Riohards
Sturgeon
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Greediness punished - F. Ruckert
Insects
General
I
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KP
PI
KP
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KP
KP
I
KP
PI
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KPI
PI
KP
KP
PI
PI
KP
KP
PI
PI
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KP
All things wait upon thee - C. Rossetti
April - M. Howitt
Branch, The - E. Roberts
Bug spots - C. Sandburg
Butterbean tent, The - E. Roberts
Butterfly’s ball, The - W, Roscoe
"Come, take up your hats, and away let us haste - Unknown
Doodle-bug, doodle-bug - Unknown
Famous battle of bumble-bug and bumble-bee, The - Unknown
Flying flowers - Mrs. Motherly
From a very old reading book - Unknown
Happy world, The - W. Rands
Hurt no living thing - C. Rossetti
Indifference - L. Driscoll
Listen, listen and you shall hear - Unknown
Little brown bug, The - Unknown
Mark, The - E. Farjeon
Midsummer frolics - M. Dodge
On summer nights - A. Fisher
One, two, three - Unknown
Small homes - C. Sandburg
Song of summer, A - Unknown
Things to remember - W. Blake
Voices of the air - K. Mansfield
Tflhirligig beetle - C. MoCoy
Ant
PI
PI
P
P
Ant and the orioket, The - Unknown
Antan engineer, The - Unknown
Ants, The - M. Dodge
Charm, The - R. Bergengren
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Animal Life (Cont'd)
Inseots (Cont'd)
Ant (Cont'd)
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Dream, A - W. Blake
P
Employment - J, Taylor
PI
Garden path, A - M» Justus
KP
Journey, A - A. Fisher
KP
Little ants, The - J. and A* Taylor
KP
People, The - E. Roberts
KP
Such wisdom - Unknown
I
Turkey and the ant, The - J. Gay
KPI Two little froggies - M. Dodge
KP Wondering ant, The - C. Bell
Bee
P
P
KPI
I
KPI
I
PI
KPI
PI
P
I
PI
KPI
PI
PI
PI
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PI
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KP
PI
PI
PI
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PI
KP
PI
PI
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PI
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PI
Agreed to Disagree - S. Dayre
Annie's garden - E. Follen
"As I was going over Tipple Tine" - Unknown
Bee, The - E. Dickinson
Bee, The - Unknown
Bee and the flower. The - A» Tennyson
Bee and the lily, The - T. Westwood
Bee fanner - E. Lucas
Bee sets sail, A - K* Morse
Bee song - Unknown
Bee, the ant and the sparrow, The - C« Cotton
Bees - A. Brown
Bees - F« Sherman
Bees - Unknown
Bees, The - L* Ridge
Bees before winter - M» Moore
Bees* song, The - W. De la Mare
Beetle and the bee, The - L. Richards
Buccaneers - G. Allen
Bumble bee - E. King
Bumblebee, The - P. Eagan
Bumblebee, The - J. Riley
Bumblebee, The - E. Wood
Bumble-Bee, The - L. Richards
Bumble of bumbleby - M. Dodge
Bumble-bee and clover - Unknown
Buraie bee, burnie bee - unknown
Butterfly and the bee, The - W. Bowles
Butterfly's lesson, The - Unknown
Comb and brush - M. Dodge
Cunning bee - Unknown
Cupid and the bee - E. Spenser
Easter airplane, The - C. Freeman
Employment - J. Taylor
Fairies send messengers, The - R. Fyleman
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Animal Life (Cont’d)
Inseots (Cont'd)
Bee (Cont’d)
PI
KP
PI
KPI
KP
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PI
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PI
KPI
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Fall gardens - W. Seegmiller
Four and eight - F. Wolfe
Fred - E. Farjeon
Garden song - A. Guiterman
"God made man and man made money" - Unknown
Heppy world, The - W. Rands
Hay-oock - H. Conkling
Hidden sweets - A« Botta
Hither, meadow gossip, tell mei - H» Beach
Honey - H. Conkling
Honey bee - C. McCoy
Honey robbers, The - W. De la Mare
Honey-bee - L. Perkins
Hornet and the bee, The - L. Richards
How doth the little busy bee - I. Watts
Humble Bumble Bee, The - V. Lindsay
Humblebee, The - R, Emerson
Humming bee, A - W. Seegmiller
"If bees stay at home" - Unknown
If I were little as a bee - J. Martin
If I were little as a bee - M. Shepard
I'll be a bee - W. Welles
In the meadow - F. Sherman
Jester bee - F. Sherman
Ke-ni-ga song - N. Barnes
King Solomon end the bees - J. Saxe
"Like trains of cars on tracks of plush" - E. Dickinson
Lilac, The - C. Bates
Lovely bed, A - M. Haugsen
Maria’s purse - E« Turner
Merry bee - W. Seegmiller
Nonsense tragedy, A - L. Richards
One day I went walking - W. Seegmiller
Pedigree of honey, The - E. Dickinson
Questions and answers - R, Fyleman
Robin, The - W» De la Mare
Song from "April" - I» MoLeod
Song of the busy bee, The - M. Douglas
Spring - W« Seegmiller
Spring lilt, A - Unknown
Suffering - N. Crane
"Swarm of bees in May, A" - Unknown
Tax-gatherer, The - J. Tabb
"There was a bee" - Unknown
"There was an old man in a tree" -E.Lear
"There was an old person of Dover" -E. Lear
To a bee - W. Seegmiller
To a bee - R. Southey
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Animal Life (Cont'd)
Insects (Cont’d)
Bee (Cont’d)
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To a honey-bee - A. Cary
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Two bees, The - C. and M. Lamb
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Weeds - W. Seegmiller
KPI When the cows come home - C. Rossetti
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Wild honey - R. Field
Beetle
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Beetle, The - E. King
Beetle and the bee, The - L. Richards
Beetles - A. Fisher
Dusk-song - the beetle - J. Riley
Forgiven - A. Milne
Hives and homes - A. Cary
Hungry beetle, The - I. Headland
I don’t like beetles - R. Fyleman
Some one - W. De la Mare
"W" - H. Belloc
Whirligig beetle - C. MoCoy
Bottle-fly
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Bottle fly, The - I. Headland
Bug
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Bug, A - A. Fisher
Little brown bug, The - Unknown
Three bugs, The - A. Cary
Three bugs - P. Cary
Butterfly
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"A fuzzy fellow without feet" - E. Diokinson
Annie’s garden - E. Follen
Big surprise, A - E. Stuart
Butterfly - H. Conkling
Butterfly - W. Seegmiller
Butterfly - J. Tabb
Butterfly ("Butterfly, I like the way you wear your wings")
H. Conkling
Butterfly, A ~ Unknown
Butterfly, The - C. and M. Lamb
Butterfly, The - C. Soollard
Butterfly adventure - H. Conkling
Butterfly and the caterpillar, The - J. Lauren
Butterfly, butterfly, whence do you come? - Unknown
Butterfly, lend me your wings I pray - A. Yfyrme
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Animal Life (Cont'd)
Insects (Cont'd)
Butterfly (Cont'd)
Butterfly talks, A - A. Wynne
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Butterfly's funeral, The - Unknown
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Butterfly in a wind - H. Conkling
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Butterfly and the bee, The - W. Bowles
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Butterfly and the kite, The - R. Bennett
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Butterfly's first flight, The - Unknown
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Butterfly's revenge, The - W. Alger
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Camberwell beauty - L. Riohards
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Caterpillar - Unknown
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KPI Caterpillar, The - C. Rossetti
Caterpillar, The - Unknown
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Chrysalis, A - M. Bradley
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Dragon box - H. Conkling
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Fairy aeroplanes - A. Payne
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Fall gardens - W. Seegmiller
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Flying flowers - Mrs. Motherly
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KPI Fuzzy wuzzy, oreepy crawly - L. Schultz
KPI Garden song - A. Guiterman
Garden talk - A* Brown
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King of yellow butterflies, The - V. Lindsay
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Last violet, The - 0. Herford
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Little wind, A - E. Roberts
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Lovely bed, A - M. Haugsen
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Miracle, The - A. Hilton
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Of the boy and the butterfly - J. Bunyan
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One day I went walking - W. Seegmiller
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Redbreast chasing a butterfly, The - W. Wordsworth
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Secret, The - E. Dickinson
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Tea flowers - Rito
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KPI Tired caterpillar, The - Unknown
To a butterfly - F. Eastings
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To a butterfly - W. Wordsworth
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Tortoise
and the butterfly, The - H. Asquith
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True royalty - R. Kipling
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"Two butterflies went out at noon" - E. Dickinson
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Weeds - W. Seegmiller
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When we went gathering cat-tails - R,, Field
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White butterflies - A. Swinburne
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Yachting - A. Brown
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Yellow pansy - H. Cone
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Caterpillar
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Caterpillar, The - R. Graves
Caterpillar, The - C. Rossetti
Caterpillar, The - Unknown
Butterfly and the caterpillar, The - J. Lauren
Fuzzy wuzzy, creepy orawly - L. Schultz
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Animal Life (Cont’d)
Insects (Cont’d)
Caterpillar (Cont’d)
PI
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Last violet, The - 0» Eerford
Only my opinion - M» Shannon
Seoret, The - E. Dickinson
Tired caterpillar, The - Unknown
Centipede
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Centipede, The - Unknown
Sally Centipede - H. C. LeCron
Cockroach
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Tom cricket - W. Allingham
Cricket
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Agreed to disagree - S. Dayre
Ant and the oricket, The - Unknown
Caroline cricket - C. McCoy
Chirrupy cricket, The - M. Thomas
Cricket, The - M. Barrows
Cricket, The - W. Cowper
Cricket march - C. Sandburg
Crickets - H. Wing
Crickets on a strike - V, Lindsay
Cricket's story, The - E. Nason
Game of tag, A - Unknown
Ghost of the Buffaloes, The - V. Lindsay
Night time - A. Fisher
Old dame crioket - Unknown
On the grass hopper and cricket - J, Keats
Pensive crioket. The - M. Dodge
Playful oriokets, The - Unknown
Ruin, The - W. De la Mare
September - E. Reed
Singing - D. Aldis
Song of the oricket, The - E. Miller
Splinter - C. Sandburg
To a crioket - W. Bennett
To a cricket - E» Shepherd
To a dead crioket - Mansalcas
To the grasshopper and the cricket - L. Hunt
Tom cricket - W. Allingham
Dragon-Fly
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Bete humaine - F. Young
Devils darning needle - C. MoCoy
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Animal Life (Cont’d)
Insects (Cont'd)
Dragon-Fly (Cont’d)
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Dragon fly - H. Conkling
Dragon-fly, A - E. Farjeon
Dragon fly - The - D. Aldis
Dragon-fly, The - A. Fisher
Seorets - L. Hewitt
Two of a trade - S. Duffield
Firefly
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Dream, A - W. Blake
Dusk-song - the beetle - J. Riley
Fairies1 lights - A» Wilkins
Fairy’s love song, A - E. Higginson
Fireflies - G. Coplen
Fireflies - C. Hall
Fireflies - E. Jenkins
Fireflies - A* Robinson
Fireflies - C. Watson
Fireflies - W. Welles
Firefly - E. Roberts
Firefly - E» Wood
Firefly lights his lamp, The - Unknown
Firefly song - E. Roberts
Fire-fly, The - J, Tabb
For a dog ehasing fireflies - R. Field
Hiawatha’s childhood - H. Longfellow
Indian song to the firefly - Unknown
Lazy little firefly - A. Wynne
Nightingale and the glow worm, The - W. Cowper
To a bee - W. Seegmiller
TwinkI twinkl - W. Seegmiller
Twinkling bugs - W. Seegmiller
Twinkling bugs - Unknown
Will-o’-the-wisp - L. Richards
Flea
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Flea, A - I* Headland
Insectarian, An - J. Tabb
Jolly miller, The - J. Riley
Fly
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Ambush - E. Farjeon
Baby bye - T. Tilton
Daddy long legs end the fly - E. Lear
Fairy queen, The - Unknown
Fat old toad - J. Tippett
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Animal Life (Cont'd)
Insects (Cont'd)
Fly (Cont'd)
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Fly, The - W. Blake
Fly, The - W. De la Mare
Fly, The - B. Googe
Fly, The - I. Headland
Fly, The - Unknown
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Menaphon's Roundelay - R. Greene
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Mister fly - T. Miller
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On a fly drinking out of his cup - W. Oldys
PI Shining web, The - Unknown
PI Spider and fly - A. Cary
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Spider and the fly, The - M. Howitt
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Thoughtless cruelty - C.and M. Lamb
KPI "Will you walk into my parlor?" - Unknown
Glowworm
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Fairies do not like the dark, The - A« Wynne
Fairy queen, The - Unknown
Glow-worms, The - A« Hawkshawe
Lamps - A. Wynne
Sputtering glow worm - A. Wynne
To glow-worms - A> Marvell
To the lady-bird - C. Smith
Gnat
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Fairy queen, The - Unknown
Grasshopper
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Adventurous grasshopper, The - L. Riohards
Boston grasshopper, The - L. Gregg
Fairy queen. The - Unknown
Game of tag, A - Unknown
Grasshopper green - Unknown
Grasshopper, The - A. Cowley
Grasshopper, The - V. Lindsay
Grasshoppers, The - R. Lovelace
Grasshopper, The - A» Tennyson
Grasshopper, The - Unknown
Grasshoppers, The - D. Aldis
Hoppergrassj his funeral - W. Welles
My what-is-it - R. Fyleman
Oh, grasshopper - I» Headland
On the grass hopper and cricket - J. Keats
Playful crickets, The - Unknown
To the grasshopper and the oricket - L« Hunt
Voice that beautifies the land, The - N.» Barnes
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Animal Life (Cont’d)
Inseots (Cont’d)
Hornet
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Hornet and the bee, The - L. Riohards
Hornets - C. McCoy
Ishet
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Ishets - M. Austin
June Bug
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Possum up a gum stump - Unknown
Katydid
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Dusk-song - the beetle - J. Riley
Fair play - M. Dodge
Hidden songster, The - Unknown
Katydid - 0* Holmes
Katy-did - C. McCoy
Toan insect - 0. Holmes
Ladybird
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Down in the hollow - A* Fisher
King-Fisher song, The - L. Carroll
Ladybird - W. Seegmiller
Ladybug - A. Fisher
Ladybug - C. McCoy
Lady bug - W. Seegmiller
Ladybug, ladybug - C. Bronson
To the ladybird - C. Southey
To the lady-bird - C. Smith
To the lady-bird - Unknown
Locust
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Dusk-song - the beetle - J. Riley
Looust, The - F. Cushing
Mosquito
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’’Good night, sleep tight” - Unknown
Mosquito, The - I. Headland
Poor little Toddlekins - M» Dodge
Summer heat - I, Headland
Moth
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Green moth - W. Welles
Larvae - A. Whitney
Moth - H. Conkling
Moth miller - A. Fisher
Secret, The - E» Dickinson
Waking the moths - H. Conkling
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Animal Life (Cont'd)
Inseots (Cont'd)
Silkworm
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Silkworm, The - M« Howitt
Silk worms - M» Elliot
Slug
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Tale from the garden, A - M. Jones
Spider
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Ambush - E. Farjeon
Cobwebs - E. King
Cobwebs - Unknown
Daddy long legs and the fly - E. Lear
Embarrassing episode of little Miss Muffet, The - G. Carryl
Flower spider, The - A. Cary
Gossamer - E. Farjeon
King Bruce and the spider - E. Cook
Moon beams - H. Conkling
Over night - W. Seegmiller
Pearl oobwebs - C. Sandburg
Perseversince - Unknown
Shining web, The - Unknown
Spider, The - A» Herbert
Spider and fly - A» Cary
Spiderand his wife, The - J, Taylor
Spider and the fly, The - M. Howitt
Spider silverlegs - C. Bailey
Spider web, A - W. Seegmiller
Spider web, The - M. Haugsen
Spider webs - A* Brown
Spider webs - J. Tippett
Spider's web, The - C. Cole
Telephone, The - A. Brown
"The spider as an artist" - E. Diokinson
True story of the web-spinner, The - M. Howitt
Weaver, The - N. Turner
"Will you walk into my parlor?" - Unknown
Wasp
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Unrhymed limerick, Ah - W. Gilbert
Wasps in a garden - C. and M. Lamb
Wasp, The - W. Sharp
Wood-tick
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Apimal Life (Cont»d)
Treatment of Inseots
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Little folks in the grass - A. Wynne
To a butterfly - W. Wordsworth
Two bees, The - C. and M. Lamb
Mollusoa and Shellfish
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Differences - L. Richards
"Four and twenty sailors went to kill a snail" - Unknown
Four friends, The - A. Milne
Garden path, A - M. Justus
Haughty snai1-king, The - V. Lindsay
Housekeeper, The - C. and M. Lamb
Japanese song, A - C. Walsh
Little Miss Patty and Master Paul - K. Greenaway
Little snail, The - H. Conkling
Lucky snail, The - W. Welles
Nautilus and the ammonite, The - Unknown
Old shellover - W» De la Mare
Oyster, The - Unknown
Fhrisky phrog, The - L. Richards
Snail - C. McCoy
Snail, The - G. Conkling
Snail, The - W» Cowper
Snail, The - Unknown
"SnailI snailI come out of your hole" - Unknown
"Snail, snail, put out your horn" - Unknown
Snails dream, The - 0. Herford
Prehistoric Animals
General
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After a visit to the natural history museum - L. Richards
Mammoth hunter*s song - Unknown
Similar cases - C. Stetson
Reptiles
Alligator
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For piotures - L. Richards
Crocodile
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Crooodile, The - H. Belloc
Crooodile, The - L. Riohards
For pictures -L. Riohards
How doth the little crocodile - L. Carroll
How to tell the wild animals - C. Wells
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Animal Life (pont »d)
Reptiles (Cont *d)
Crocodile (Cont’d)
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In the fashion - A* Milne
Monkeys and the crocodile, The - L. Richards
Suave crocodile, The - A» Brovin
"There was an old man of Boulak" - E. Lear
Lizard
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How to tell the wild animals - C. Wells
Lizard, The - A. Brown
Road-runner, The - M. Austin
"Snake "baked a hoe-oake" - Unknown
When fishes set umbrellas up - C. Rossetti
Newt
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Fred - E. Farjeon
Snake
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"A narrow fellow in the grass" - E. Dickinson
Boy and the snake, The - C. and M. Lamb
Colubriad, The - W. Cowper
Fastidious serpent, The - H. Johnstone
Furryhide and glitterskin - M. Austin
Hospitality - J. Tabb
Little snake - G. Moon
Nests - I. Headland
Possum up a gum stump - Unknown
fyfchon, The - H* Belloo
Snake, The - E. Dickinson
"Snake baked a hoe-oake" - Unknown
Snake story - H. Johnstone
"Sweet is the swamp with its secrets" - E» Diokinson
What the rattle snake said - V. Lindsay
Tortoise
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Discovery, A - A. Knipe
Fred - E. Farjeon
Legend of the tortoise, The - P. Tennant
Little turtle, The - V. Lindsay
Song of the turtle and flamingo - J. Fields
Tortoise, The - H* Asquith
Tortoise and the butterfly, The - H. Asquith
Turtle town - H. Wing
What the turtle says - A» Paine
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Animal Life (Cont'd)
Sea Animals
Coral
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Coral insect, The - Unknown
0 sailor, come ashore - C. Rossetti
Narwhal
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Octopus
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Sea Serpent (Imaginary)
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Deep sea dandy, The - L. Richards
Sea serpent chantey, The - V. Lindsay
Sea Urohin
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Starfish and the sea-urchin - L. Richards
Sea-Horse
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Dash away - J. Martin
Dash away - M. Shepard
Little sea horse, The - A. Brown
Seal
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Bear's song, The - E. Parry
North Sea wooing, A - L. Richards
Performing seal, The - R. Field
Polar bear's party or the mannerless musk-ox, The - L« Richards
Seal, A - 0. Herford
Seal lullaby - R, Kipling
Seals, The - D. Aldis
Starfish
KPI Starfish, The - D. McCord
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Starfish and the sea-urohin - L. Riohards
Walrus
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North Sea wooing, A - L. Richards
Polar bear's party or the mannerless musk-ox, The - L. Richards
Whale
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Advice to young naturalists - L. Riohards
Big whale - J. Drinkwater
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Animal Life (Cont'd)
Sea Animals (Cont'd)
Whale (Cont'd)
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Giant and the whale, The - W. Snow
In the fashion - A« Milne
North Sea wooing, A - L. Riohards
Whale, The - Unknown
tjuarium
Crab
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On the beach - W. Seegmiller
Three cunning orabs - D. Wood
Frog
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Frog, The - H» Belloo
Frog's good bye, The - Aunt Clara
Little frog, A - A. Wilkins
Some fishy nonsense - L. Riohards
Ways of traveling - A. Wilkins
Goldfish
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KP
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Bowl of goldfish, The - A» Brown
Goldfish - H. Conkling
Goldfish, The - D. Aldis
Goldfish, The - E. Alford
Gold-fish bowl - H. Conkling
Minnow
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Some fishy nonsense - L. Richards
Polliwog
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Polliwog, The - Unknown
Snails
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Four and twenty tailors went to kill a snail - Unknown
Haughty snail-king, The - V. Lindsay
Housekeeper, The - C. and M. Lamb
Japanese song, A - C. Walsh
Lucky snail, The - W. Welles
Snail - C. MoCoy
Snail, The - G» Conkling
Snail, The - W. Cowper
Snail, The - Unknown
"SnailI snail1 come out of your hole" - Unknown
"Snail, snail, put out your horn" - Unknown
Swift and sure the swallow - C. Rossetti
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Aquarium (Cont'd)
Turtle
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Discovery, A - A» Knipe
Little turtle. The - V. Lindsay
Tortoise, The - H. Asquith
Vlhat the turtle says - A. Paine
Arts
Architect, Architecture
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Builders, The - H. Longfellow
Cathedral of St. Louis, The - C.
Pigeons at church - H. Asquith
Sir Christopher Wrenn - Unknown
Skyscraper - J. Tallman
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Artist, Design, Drawing,
Painting, Picture_____
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Artist girl, The - I. Headland
Daffodils - W. Wordsworth
Drawing - A. Fisher
Frost work - T. Aldrich
"How the old mountains drip with sunset" - E. Dickinson
In praise of dust - R. Field
Jeekers, The - J. Masefield
Learning to draw - J. and A. Taylor
Little brown hands - M. Krout
Magic window, The - E. Hammond
Making a house - J. Peabody
Man with the hoe, The - E. Markham
Mountain may seem very high, The - A. Wynne
On a picture of the finding of Moses by Pharaoh's
daughter - C. and M. Lamb
Picture, The - W. De la Mare
Pictures - W. Seegmiller
Queer, isn't it - I. Headland
Sand pictures - W. Seegmiller
Sketch - C. Sandburg
Song of the mother whose children are fond of drawing
L. Richards
TwinkJ twink] - W. Seegmiller
Author, Literature
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Author of the "pobble", The - E. Lear
First story. The - N. Crane
John James Audubon - R. Benet and S. Banet
Lewis Carroll - E. Lucas
Little brown h