They Never Once Thought.
Illustrations By: Milo Winter
Rand McNally & Company: Chicago & New York. 1913.
“She sat down upon one of these pearls.”
. . . great icebergs were floating about. These, she said, looked like pearls, although all were much larger than the church towers in the land of human beings. She sat down upon one of these pearls, and let the wind play with her long hair; but then all the ships set their sails in fear, and sailed away as quickly as they could.
Hans Andersen’s Fairy Tales.
By William Woodburn.
Illustrated by Gordon Robinson.
W. & R. Chambers, Limited: London & Edinburgh. 1917.
“They’ve had their bowl mended, and now they are going off on another voyage.”
“Come on,” said a boy to the Man. “Come and see them off.”
“See who off?”
“Why, the Three Wise Men of Gotham. They’ve had their bowl mended, and now they are going off on another voyage.”
So they all ran down to the beach, and there to be sure, was a very large bowl tossing around on the ocean, which wasn’t of salt water at all, like that at Squirrel Island, but made all of lemonade.
“All ashore going ashore!” called out the wisest of the Wisemen, and pulled up the dictionary which they used as an anchor, and pushed the bowl off the shore with a lemonade ladle. All the little boys and girls screamed “Good-bye! Good-bye!” and began to play having a tea-party.
“A STORY FOR FRANCES” from
In The Miz.
Written by Grace E. Ward.
Illustrations by Clara E. Atwood.
Little, Brown, & Co.: Boston. 1904.