Printed in Germany. CA 1910.
“Idle Hands Make Sad Hearts.”
You little bee,
Come play with me,
The sunshine’s warm and clear;
You need not fear
The cold severe,
The winter is not near.
My little maid,
I can’t be stayed,
I must not lose to-day.
For time, you see,
Won’t wait for me,
But sweeps the flowers away.
NURSERY COLORED PICTURE BOOK.
McLOUGHLIN BROS.: NEW YORK. Ca 1870.
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.
RED RIDING HOOD ARRIVES AT THE COTTAGE.
“Poor Grannie,” said Red Riding Hood, “I have brought you some soup to make you better.” “Thank you, my dear,” said the Wolf in a weak voice, “I like you better than soup.” “But what large eyes you have Grannie!” said the child. “The better to see you with my dear, said the Wolf with a grin.
Dot’s Picture Book.
Illustrations by: F. M. Barton, E. Heatly, N. Westrup & S. Carter.
Dean & Son, Ltd.: London. Ca 1908.
Presently a wolf came along and knocked at the door, and said, — “little pig, little pig, let me come in!”
To which the pig answered, — “No, no, by the hair on my chinny-chin-chin!”
This made the wolf angry, and he said, — “Then I’ll huff, and I’ll puff, and I’ll blow your house in!”
The Story of The Three Little Pigs.
McLoughlin Bro’s: New York. Ca 1900.