From the story “The Dancing Shoes.”
Once Upon a Time.
Edited by Katharine Lee Bates.
Illustrated by Margaret Evans Price.
Rand McNally & Company: Chicago & New York. 1921.
Elfin pictures on the pane
Mean Jack Frost has come again;
Lace and ferns and vines and flowers,
Snow-capped peaks and fairy bowers.
Castles gleaming opalescent,
Rivers flowing iridescent;
Jewels set in filigree,
All in crystal fantasy.
A Year With the Fairies.
Written by Anna M. Scott.
Illustrations by M. T. (Penny) Ross.
P. F. Volland & Co.: Chicago, U.S.A. 1914.
But Orson threw the Green Knight down, and bound him with a chain,
And set the lady free; both brothers then start off to gain
The Green Knight’s castle-gates – two roaring lions keep guard there,
But down they crouched when they beheld the brothers void of fear.
From the story “Valentine And Orson”
The Three Bears’ Picture Book.
Illustrated by Walter Crane.
George Routledge and Sons: London & New York.
“Fe, fi, fo, fum, I smell the blood of an Englishman;
Be he alive, or be he dead, I’ll grind his bones to make my bread.”
[h]e called out, for he could smell Jack, though he could not see him.
“Well,” said Jack, taking off his coat, “you may catch me if you like.” Then round the courtyard he ran with the giant after him. Across the drawbridge he darted, and after him lumbered the giant, but his weight was so great that crash went the bridge, and he fell in the moat and was drowned.
Jack The Giant Killer.
W. B. Conkey Company: New York. 1898.