“HE SAW SOMETHING VERY DROLL WAS GOING ON.”
“And as he looked, the little black holes turned into bright black eyes; the bits of stems were changed to legs and arms and feet and sprawling little bodies, that rolled and twisted, and skipped and jumped, and twinkled and whirled in endless reels and jigs; in short, he saw a whole village of jolly little fairy folk at their revels.
From the story “Nellie Ogg And Her Goats.”
Prattles For Our Boys and Girls.
Hurst & Co.: New York. 1912.
Walter Crane’s Picture Books Re-Issue
The Bodley Head: London & New York. 1897.
They Never Once Thought.
Illustrations By: Milo Winter
Rand McNally & Company: Chicago & New York. 1913.
Tiny and Her Vanity.
McLoughlin Bros.: New York. 1892.
“The Sow With The Saddle.”
The sow came in with the saddle,
The little pig rock’d the cradle,
The dish jump’d up on the table,
To see the pot swallow the ladle.
The spit that stood behind the door
Threw the pudding-stick on the floor.
Odsplut! Said the gridiron,
Can’t you agree?
I’m the constable,
Bring them to me.
Mother Goose’s Nursery Rhymes.
McLoughlin Brothers: New York. Ca 1900.
The Mayday Dance.
The Fairies dance with song and shout,
And some trip in and some trip out
Around a Dandelion tall
Whene’er they hold their Mayday ball.
Swinging, swinging, see them bend,
Hear their voices sweetly blend
With the silvery fairy strains
While they weave their Daisy chains.
A YEAR WITH THE FAIRIES.
Written by Anna M. Scott.
Illustrations by M. T. Ross.
Published by P. F. Volland & Co.: Chicago. 1914.