FIVE HAPPY DAYS THE CHUMS SPENT HERE, EATING, DRINKING, PLAYING WITH THE CHILDREN.
Billy Whiskers, Jr. and His Chums.
By Frances Trego Montgomery.
Illustrated by Hugo von Hofsten.
The Saalfield, Publishing Company: Chicago, Akron, Ohio & New York. 1907.
“THE SONG WAS ‘THREE BLIND MICE.’ ”
From the story “The Extraordinary Adventures of Dicker and Me.”
Chapter IV. – The Concert – And How Dicker Played a Trick.
PETER PIPER’S PEEP SHOW or All the Fun of the Fair.
Written by S. H. Hamer.
With Illustrations by Lewis Baumer and Harry B. Neilson.
Cassell And Company, Ltd.: London, Paris, New York & Melbourne. 1906.
“The St. Bernard’s Visitors.”
Rex is what you might call a noble dog. He is very good natured, he looks after the weak, . . Rex allows the fowls to feed out of his dish, and they are not a bit afraid of him.
Then this big dog will let our baby ride on his back, you have to hold her on, you know, or she would tumble off, and that would never do.
Rex can be cross if he likes, and when tramps come into our garden, he barks and growls, so that they walk off in very quick time.
Our Dear Dogs.
Father Tuck’s Happy Hour Series.
Raphael Tuck & Sons, Ltd.: London-Paris-Berlin-New York-Montreal. Printed in the Fine Art Works in Saxony.
Publishers to Their Majesties The King & Queen, & Her Majesty Queen Alexandra. Ca 1910.
Jimmie’s mama made him spend a part of each day in study, and as he grew older, he became a very smart little Pig.
The Tale of Jimmie Piggy.
By Marjorie Manners.
The Platt & Nourse Co.: New York. 1918.
“Oh! I am going to tell the King the sky is falling,” says Chicken Little.
“How do you know?” says Henny Penny.
“I saw it with my eyes, I heard it with my ears, and a piece of it fell on my head.”
“May I come with you?” says Henny Penny.
“Certainly,” says Chicken Little.
M. A. Donohue & Company: Chicago & New York. 1919
“O Brother, don’t!”
Now the Crocodile was so surprised at hearing the Hen call him Brother that he kept his jaws wide open and forgot to swallow his dinner. He kept them open for some time, gaping foolishly, wondering what the Hen could mean, and how he could possibly be her brother. And by the time he had remembered how hungry he was, there was nothing for him to eat. For the Hen had skipped away just as fast as her feet would take her.
The Curious Book of Birds.
Written by Abbie Farwell Brown.
Illustrations by E. Boyd Smith.
Houghton, Mifflin & Company: Boston & New York. 1903.
Angry Easter Chick!
Postcard – Printed in Germany. Ca 1908.