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Rosetta-Projekt: Alte Kinderbücher online

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The Rosetta Project - the largest collection of illustrated antique books on line... we think.
This online library of illustrated books is a volunteer-driven project. It has grown slowly since 1996 from the work of a single man and a handful of books, to a vibrant volunteer-driven organization publishing new books and translations every week.
As you explore our library, we hope you will find a comfortable niche or two in these tens of thousands of beautifully illustrated pages that our dedicated volunteers have gathered together over the years.


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ABC Bicycle Book | About Bunnies | Adventure of Walter and the Rabbits | The Adventures of Mr. Mocker | Adventures of Sonny Bear | The Adventures of Squirrel Fluffytail | De Avonturen Van Klienen Piet | Aladdin, or The Wonderful Lamp | Alice's Adventures In Wonderland | Around the Week | Around the World in a Berry Wagon | Aunt Louisa's Child's Delight | Rip Van Winkle | Pocahontas | Putnam | Aunt Louisa's Wee Wee Stories

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Babes and Blossoms | Babyland | Baby Bunting's Neighbors | A Little Great-Grandfather | The Little Jap Doll | The Story of Baby's Shirt | The Star in the East | Santa's Mistake | The Mystery in Polly's Nursery | Baby Buntings' Neighbors | A Little Head of a Family | The Story of Baby's Blanket | | The Dissatisfied Presents | Guy's Poultice | | The Story of Baby's Cotton Gown | Baby's Dream of Spring | Going to Grandpa's | Baby Bunting's Neighbors from Spain | What a Little Sister Did | The Story of Baby's Shoes | Shadow Pictures for Baby | What Baby Did | Two Market Gardeners | Baby Bunting's Neighbor from Japan | Old Az's Stamp | The Story of Baby's Sash | Baby's Troubles | Baby Bunting's Neighbor from Scotland | The Joyful Ones | Roller and Ditto | Too Little to Play | The Story of Baby's Mug | Nan's Morning with Baby | Baby Bunting's Neighbor from Holland | Mama's Game | Little Peter's Punishment | The Story of Baby's Plate | A Good Time for the Babies | How Marjorie behaved | Baby Bunting's Neighbors from Turkey | The Hen that Played Hide and Seek | What Kitty Thought | The Story of Baby's Bread | In the Work-Basket | At the Sea Shore | Baby Bunting's Neighbors from Africa | A Fish Story | Mama's Coronation | The Story of Baby's Play-Things | Baby Bunting's Neighbor from China | Trump and Hero | Baby Buns' Ride | Tommy's Story | The Story of Baby's Picture Book | The Home Guard | Little Hasty-Wasty | Baby Bunting's Neighbor from France | Washing Day | Little Tommy's Dream | The Story of Baby's Crib | Mama's Garland | Pussy Spoke Too | Baby Bunting's Neighbor from Switzerland | Santa Claus' Little Boy | Baby's Sad Christmas | A Christmas Game | The Story of Baby's Pillow | Mamma Molly | Baby Bunting's Neighbor from South America | Baby Santa Claus | Two Wild Cat Babies | | Little Ah Ling's Pony (The Chinese Buffalo) | How does my grandma do this I wonder | | Baby bears at play | Portrait Painter | Showery weather in the kitchen | A little Turk | Who are you? | An afternoon canter | A letter to grandpapa | The catchers | | My papa's horse, Hero | I got my shoe off, all alone, my own self | This is the way little Bess skates | Baby's ABC Book | Bambi | The Bashful Earthquake | The Bear Garden | The Bear Who Never Was Cross | Beautiful Book of Nursery Rhymes | The Story of Old Mother Hubbard and Her Dog | The Story of the Three Little Pigs | Sing a Song of Sixpence | The Story of Little Jack Sprat | The Story of Old Dame Trot and Her Pig | Beauty and the Beast and Other Stories | Beauty and the Beast | December | Helen | Two Sides of a Question | The Baby Party | Who is He? | The Vain Cat | The Foolish Boy | A Brother and Sister | Pigs and Sheep | Margery's Thoughts | Mrs. Sedgwick's Strange Caller | Mrs. Howard's Violet Bed | Pussy at the Breakfast Table | In the Studio | Too Late | A Sad Little Maid | An Old English Game | The Good Giant | The Toad's New Coat | Lost in the Snow | The Orphan Turkeys | Frankie's Soldiers | Herbert's Bad Habit | The Schoolgirl | The Red Dragon | Little Annie Counts her Babies | The Pansie's Secret | Dilly Dally | A Very Large Doll | What the Clock Says | | Africa | Who Told? | Flowers that Love the Sun | Summer | | The Dragonfly | The Bee Who Would Not Work | Belle River Friends in Wings and Feathers | The River | Belle River Farm | Belle River Children | Mrs. Chickabiddy Stories | Ruth's Flower Garden | The Nest Under the House | The Wings of Red Comb | Ducks on Belle River Farm | Jimmie the Crow and Mr. White | Goosey, Goosey, Gander | Ruth and the Gander | Goose Feathers | Wild Geese | The Turkeys on Belle River Farm | Grandmother Turkey's Nest | Father Gobbler's Story | Grandmother Turkey's Story | Peter's Story of Turkey Ways | The Gobbler School | The Rooster School | The Hen's Sitting Room | Hatching Day | The Greedy Robin | A Belle River Fisher | Another Fisher in Belle River | Beppo the Donkey | Betty, Bobby and Bubbles | Betty June and Her Friends | Billy Whiskers | Bird Children | Bitty and the Bears | Black Beauty | Blue Beard | Bobbie Bubbles | Bo-bo the Pig Is Good and Bad | Bonny Bairns | A Story | What Baby is Like | Two Mamas | Comfort | Down by the Garden Wall | Two Kittys | Hoops | My Lover | Say Please | Jumpity Jump | Two Years Old | Orphaned | The Old Clock | Too Sure | What's in the Basket | When the Winds Are Blowing | Supper | Shadows | The Chimney Bird | Where Is Milly? | Snow | Boston Tea Party | Boys and Girls from Storyland | The Brave Tin Soldier | The Castle Maiden | A Fall from a Window | The Merchant's Son | The Wishing Ring | A Giant Outwitted | The King's Rabbits | The Magic Horn | Winning a Princess | The Vagabonds | An Unlucky Wife | Hereafter | A Disguised Princess | A Beautiful Stranger | The Enchanted Castle | Seven Inches | A Brave Rescue | Left Behind | The Three Crowns | The Forgotten Crow | The Bubble Book | Buddy Jim | Forward | Leaving Home In The City | Buddy Jim, Old Red Squirrel and the Robin Bird | Buddy Jim and the Pin-Cushiony Person | Buddy Jim Goes Swimming and Meets a Queer Little Neighbor | Buddy Jim Goes Fishing | Buddy Jim Sees Madame Mink | Buddy Jim, Mrs Weasel and Little Mother Bob White | Buddy Jim and the Flying Squirrels | Buddy Jim and Molly Cotton-Tail | Buddy Jim and the Harvest Mice | Buddy Jim and the Gray Squirrel Family | Buddy Jim and the Musquash Child | Buddy Jim and the Wood-Chuck People | Buddy Jim and the Chipmunk Family | Buddy Jim Goes Camping

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Camping | Cat's Cradle | The Cats' Party | Mrs. Grimalkin Writes Her Cards | Mrs. G. Determines To Borrow Her Mistress' Dishes | The Table Groans, And Tom Runs Away | They Are Desired To Make Themselves At Home | Mrs. G.'S Marked Politeness To Her Old Friend, Thomas | Billy And The Bellows | The Dance | Sudden Appearance Of Missus | Children Stories Dickens | Trotty Veck and His Daughter Meg | Tiny Tim | Little Dombey | The Runaway Couple | Poor Jo! | The Little Kenwigs | Little Dorrit | The Blind Toy-Maker | Little Nell | Little David Copperfield | Jenny Wren | Pip's Adventure | Children of the Wigwam | Childs First Book | A Child's Garden of Verses | By Way of Introduction | To Alison Cunningham | Bed in Summer | Young Night Thought | Rain | My Shadow | Time to Rise | At the Seaside | Windy Nights | Pirate Story | Whole Duty of Children | Foreign Lands | System | A Good Play | The Land of Counterpane | A Good Boy | Looking Forward | The Swing | Good and Bad Children | Marching Song | Travel | Where Go the Boats? | Escape at Bedtime | From a Railway Carriage | The Wind | Auntie's Skirts | Happy Thought | The Cow | My Bed is a Boat | The Land of Nod | Fairy Bread | Keepsake Mill | Winter-time | Looking-glass River | The Sun's Travelsv | The Lamplighter | Foreign Children | The Moon | The Hayloft | Farewell to the Farm | A Thought | Singing | North-west Passage--I. Good-night | North-west Passage--II. Shadow March | North-west Passage--III. In Port | To My Mother | Guide to Pronunciation | A Word List | La Civilité | Propreté est Politesse | Les Devoirs de Convenance a la Maison | La Bonne Tenue a Table | La Civilité en Promenade et en Visite | Conclusion | The Cock, the Mouse and the Little Red Hen | Coco the Goat | The Comical Cruises of Captain Cooky | Country Friends | The Leaping Match | The Caterpillars | Tommy and the Hens | | The Foolish Little Sparrow | The Spotty Kitten and the Speckly Hen | The Frog who would not Croak | A Disappointed Parent | On Trust | A Narrow Escape | What their Mothers Say | Little Ones First

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Daisy Dingle | Dancing | Positions and Motions | Change | Slide | Step | Leap | Hop | Halt | Salute | The Grand March | Square Dances, or Quadrilles, with Calls | Plain Quadrille | Waltz Quadrilles | Additional Quadrille Figures | Basket Figure | Cheat Figure | Minuet Figure | Sociable | Jig Figure | Nine-Pin Figure | Star Figure | The Lancers | Waltz Lancers | Saratoga Lancers | The Coledonians | Waltz Caledonians | Prince Imperial Quadrille | Parisan Varieties | | Contra Dances | Virgina Reel | Pop Goes the Weasel | La Tempete | Spanish Dance | Sicilian Circle | Round Dances | Waltz | Two Step | Galop | Berlin | Military Schottische | Five Step | Yorke | Caprice Waltz | Racket | Highland Schottische | The German or Cotillion, 100 Figures | Figures Beginning with one Couple | Figures Beginning with two Couples | Figures Beginning with three Couples | Figures Beginning with four or more Couples | The Minuet | The Quadrille Minuet | La Pavane | Etiquette of Balls and Parties | David Copperfield | Davy and the Goblin | Denslow's Night Before Christmas | The Doings of Bobby and Betty | | Dotzie the Dancey Duck | Down Spider Web Lane

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The Early Sea People | Eddie Elephant | Editha's Burglar | Eneas Africanus | Eugene Field Reader

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Fairy Tales for Little People | Fairy Tales of All Nations | Jack the Giant Killer | The Enchanted Dragon | Jack and the Golden Snuffbox | Lucky Jack | The Three Wishes | The Table, Donkey and Stick | Cinderella; or The Glass Slipper | Rosebud | Tom Thumb | The Pilgrim's Secret | The Giant's New Year | Dancing Water, Singing Stone, and Talking Bird | The Magic Horse | Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves | Caliph for One Day | The Werwolf | The Three Swords | The Travelling Companion | The Little Mermaid | The Goat Girl | A Little Girl of Snow | The Golden Bird | The Japanese Fisherman | The Ogres | Broadman, Longfellow and Sharp Eyes | One Eye, Two Eyes and Three Eyes | The Blockheads | The Brothers | The Three Suitors | Hansel and Gretel | Farmer Fox | Father Bear and Bobby Bear | Father Bunny and his Birds | Father Gander's Melodies | The First Circus | Five Little Pigs | The Flying Carpet | Four Footed Folk | Frances and Henry | The Frog Who Would | Frontier Days | Funny Animals Alphabet

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Golden Playdays | Little Tommy Brown | | The Inquisitive Mouse | Old Dog Sport | Little Black Sheep | Hip-A-De-Hop | Busy Little Ants | The Wagon Grandpa Made | Kitty Brown | The Dog Fight | The Long Neck Giraffe | Three Little Piggies | The Tortoise | The Peacock | The Naughty Pup | Little Lady Bug | Brown's Mule | Jingle, Jingle | The little Squirrel | Fatty Wise | Nina's Ponies | The Begging Dog | The Tricky Monkey | Whip-Poor-Will | Oh! Pussy Cat | Mr. Elephant and Miss Kangaroo | Whistling Tom | Mousie Gray | The Skinny Piggy | Sweet Rolls and Stories | The Large Family | A Cow with a Crumpled Horn | The Little Lamb | Little White Bear | The Sly Old Cat | The Deer | Andrew Mack | Old Lady Baker | The Little Darkey | The Big-Eyed Owl | Old Peter Farrell | Andy Goose | The Little Apples | Andy Goose | Golden Rod Storybook | Changeable Arthur | Belinda Bently Bennington | Going to Boston | Walking Through the Goldenrod | A Wounded Hero | Grace's Visit to the Country | Ink in the Wrong Place | The Queer Rabbit | The Unpatriotic Snow-man | Mamma's Presents | Jack and Jill | A Barn Dance | When Mamma Finds Out | Too Young for School | An Invitation | Mother Duck | Day-time for Play-time | Milking Time | Three Little Kittens | Wild or Tame? | General Chick | Alice's Birthday | Gallant Young Recruits | Grampa In Oz | A Rainy Day in Ragbad | The Wise Man Speaks | The Blue Forest of Oz | | Down the Hollow Tree | The Wizard's Garden | The Winding Stairway | Strange Happenings in Perhaps City | Dorothy Meets a New Celebrity | Prince Forge John of Fire Island | Into the Volcano | The Island of Isa Poso | Tatters Receives the Reward | On Monday Mountain | The Finding of Fumbo's Head | Princess Dorothy Escapes | The Adventurers Meet | The Mischievous Play Fellows | Back to Perhaps City | The Prophet Confesses | Urtha is Transformed | Rejoicing in Ragbad | Grandfather Frog Stays in the Smiling Pool | Grasshopper Green and the Meadow Mice | A Great Joke on Jimmy Skunk | Greta and Peter in Good Luck Land | Grimm's Fairy Tales | Little Snow White | The Changeling | Brother and Sister | The Three Lazybones | The Fisherman and His Wife | The Man of Iron | The Story of the Death of the Little Hen | King Thrush-Beard | The Three Brothers | The Table, The Ass, and the Stick | Find-Birdie | The Willow-Wren and the Bear | Bearskin | Doctor Knowall | The Six Swans | The Good Bargain | Hop-o-My-Thumb's Wanderings | Odds and Ends | The Three Little Men in the Wood | The Queen Bee | The King of the Golden Mountain | The Raven | Snow-White and Rose-Red | A Riddle Story | The Knapsack, the Hat, and the Horn | John the Faithful | Clever Grethel | The Three Feathers | One-Eye, Two-Eyes, and Three-Eyes | The Old Woman in the Wood | The Giant's Three Golden Hairs | Grunty Grunts and Smiley Smile Indoors

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Happy Hour Stories | Humbo and Mumbo | At the Seaside | Three Wishes | The Child and the Fairies | Old Dunk Has Some Fun | Trees | The Poplar Tree | A Winter Song | Why Bears Sleep Winters | My Shadow | The Rabbit's Tail | A Good Boy | George Washington Jackson | Who Likes the Rain? | Bobby's Fairy Shoes | The Wind | The Giraffe and the Palms | The Wild Geese | The Boy and the Fairies | Sir Robin | The Robin's Christmas Song | The Flowers' Party | Having Fun | Heidi | A History of Animals | Holiday Time at Butternut Hill | The Hollow Tree Snowed-In Book | To Friends Old and New | The First Snowed-In Story | Mr. Dog at the Circus | The Second Snowed-In Story | The Widow Crow's Boarding House | The Finding of the Hollow Tree | The Third Snowed-In Story | The Fourth Snowed-In Story | The Snowed-In Literary Club | The Snowed-In Literary Club, Part II | The Discontented Fox | Mr. Possum's Great Story | The Bark of the Old Hungry-Wolf | An Early Spring Call On Mr. Bear | Mr. Crow's Garden | When Jack Rabbit was a Little Boy | The Horkey | How Freckle Frog Made Herself Pretty | How Punky Dunk Helped Old Prince | How Sing Found the World is Round | How to Tell the Birds from the Flowers | Humpty Dumpty and Some Other Funny People

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In the Nursery of My Bookhouse-Volume 1, Part 1 | The World | Dance, Little Baby | See-Saw, Sacaradown | Rock-A-Bye, Baby | Pat-A-Cake, Pat-A-Cake | How Many Days Has My Baby to Play? | This Little Pig Went to Market | Sleep, Baby, Sleep | Johnny Shall Have a New Bonnet | Ring Around the Roses | | Pease Porridge Hot | The Sleepy Song | Bow Wow, Says the Dog | Rockaby-Lullaby | Hey, My Kitten | Ride a Cock-Horse to Banbury Cross | This is the Way the Ladies Ride | Dickory, Dickory, Dock | Gooset, Gooset, Gander | Hey Diddle Diddle | Old Mother Goose | Little Robin Redbreast | Bow, Wow, Wow, Whose Dog Art Thou? | Hickety, Pickety, My Black Hen | Ride Away, Ride Away | Dickory, Dickory, Dare | Once I Saw A Little Bird | Daffy-Down-Dilly | How Does My Lady's Garden Grow? | The Old Woman of Harrow | Lucy Locket | Robin and Richard | Three Little Kittens | Wee Willie Winkie | Hippety Hop | Jog on | Sweet and Low | German Cradle Song | Smiling Girls, Rosy Boys | There Was an Old Man | Up in the Green Orchard | Little Bo-Peep | Jumping Joan | Little Boy Blue | Handy Spandy | To Market, to Market | Little King Boggin | Tom, Tom, the Piper's Son | I Saw a Ship A-Sailing | Pussy Sits Behind the Log | A Robin and a Robin's Son | What's the News of the Day? | I Had a Little Nut-Tree | Diddle, Diddle, Dumpling | Little Jenny Wren | Mother Morey | Little Girl, Little Girl | Three Men in a Tub | Little Jack Horner | Bat, Bat | Willie Boy | Hector Protector | Boys and Girls, Come Out to Play | Four and Twenty Tailors | Jack, Be Nimble | Old Mother Hubbard | The Old Woman Tossed up in a Basket | Little Nanny Etticoat | The King of France | Burnie Bee, Burnie Bee | One Misty Moisty Morning | The Cock's on the Housetop | The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe | Simple Simon | I'm Glad | There Were Two Blackbirds | My Maid Mary | See-Saw, Margery Daw | Gay Go Up | How Many Miles is it to Babylon | As I Was Going to St. Ives | The Grand Old Duke of York | There Was An Owl | When Daffodils Begin to Peer | Blow, Wind, Blow | Polly Put the Kettle On | Sing, Sing | Three Ships | Rain, Rain | The Old Woman Under the Hill | A Pie Sat On a Pear Tree | I Had a Little Husband | Up Pippin Hill | If I'd As Much Money As I Could Spend | Is Master Smith Within? | Round the Mulberry-Bush | When Good King Arthur Ruled | Baa, Baa, Black Sheep | There Was a Piper | As I Went to Bonner | Tommy Snooks and Bessie Brooks | The Man in the Wilderness | My Lady Wind | Billy, Billy, Come and Play | Birds of a Feather | Charley Nag | Three Jovial Huntsmen | Little Tommy Tucker | Intery, Mintery, Cutery Corn | If Wishes Were Horses | Buttons, a Farthing a Pair | | March Winds and April Showers | If All the World Were Water | There Was a Monkey | A Little Cock Sparrow | My Father Left Me Three Acres of Land | If All the Seas Were One Sea | Sunshine | Peter Piper | I Went up One Pair of Stairs | Great A, Little a, Bouncing B | A Diller a Dollar | There's a Neat Little Clock | A, B, C, D, F, G | One, Two, Buckle My Shoe | Hey Diddle, Dinkety | Mind Your Commas! | Going to See Grandmamma | The Tea Party | Little Wind | The Little Red Hen and the Grain of Wheat | Over in the Meadow | Moon, so Round and Yellow | What the Moon Saw | The Wake-Up Story | Going to London | Precocious Piggy | The Cat and the Mouse | Johnny and the Three Goats | The Clucking Hen | Belling the Cat | What They Say | The Little Big Man | The Farmer's Boy | In the Nursery of My Bookhouse-Volume 1, Part 2 | The Little Gray Pony | The Key of the Kingdom | The Daring Prince | What Else the Moon Saw | Nell and Her Bird | The Fox and the Stork | There Was and Old Man With a Beard | Clouds | Clouds and Waves | Who Likes the Rain? | I Am a Gold Lock | The Donkey and the Lap-Dog | The Two Crabs | Sir Robin | The Tale of a Black Cat | The Wind and the Sun | Who Has Seen the Wind? | The Gingerbread Man | | Little Drops of Water | Ole-Luk-Oie, the Sandman | Wynken, Blynken, and Nod | The Sugar Plum Tree | The Milkmaid and Her Pail | The Lion and the Mouse | Old Shellover | The Little Rabbit Who Wanted Red Wings | The Dog in the Manger | I Wouldn't Be a Growler | The Jay and the Peacocks | Strange Lands | Snow | Wee Robin's Christmas Song | Sing, Little Bird | Little Gustava | The Magpie's Nest | There Were Two Birds Sat on a Stone | The Frog and the Ox | It | Mrs. Tabby Gray | The Kitten and Falling Leaves | Tale of Peter Rabbit | Rosy Posy | The Little Engine That Could | Try Again | In the Nursery of My Bookhouse-Volume 1, Part 3 | A Quick-Running Squash | Jack Frost | The Cock, the Mouse, and the Little Red Hen | Baby Seed Song | The Turtle Who Could Not Stop Talking | White Butterflies | Grasshopper Green | Mother Spider | Cobwebs | Where Go the Boats | Paper Boats | The Moo-Cow-Moo | The Wee, Wee Mannie and the Big, Big Coo | The Purple Cow | The Little Girl and the Hare | The Ass in the Lion's Skin | Goldilocks and the Three Bears | Mary Had a Little Lamb | The Twin Lambs | The Swing | Whiskey Frisky | The Squirrels That Live in a House | The Sheep and the Pig that Made a Home | A Laughing Song | How The Home Was Built | The Flag Goes By | Late | Noah's Ark | The Bow that Bridges Heaven | The Hare and the Tortoise | Spring | Little Half-Chick | A Letter From a Cat | In the Nursery of My Bookhouse-Volume 1, Part 4 | Fairy and Child | The Merchant | A Sea-Song From the Shore | Come Little Leaves | Across the Fields | The Little Toy Land of the Dutch | Teeny-Tiny | Shingebiss | Ten Little Injuns | The Shoemaker and the Elves | A Hallowe'en Story | Oeyvind and Marit | Little Pictures From Far Japan | The Boy Who Cried Wolf | The Duck and the Kangaroo | The Star | Peter Rabbit Decides to Change His Name | The Road to China | The Boy Who Wanted the Impossible | Chinese Nursery Rhymes | A Happy Day in the City | City Smoke | Night and Day | The Babe Moses | A Psalm of Praise | | The Elf and the Dormouse

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Jack and the Beanstalk | Jeanne d'Arc | Joan of Arc | Jolly Animal ABC | Jolly Jingles | Jungle Babies

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Kate Greenaway's Book of Games | I Love My Love With an A | Tea - Pot | The Christmas Bag | Tops | The Shepherdess and the Wolf | The Story Game | Tirza, or Double Tagg | What is my Thought Like? | Prohibitions | Twenty Questions | See-Saw | The Rhyming Dumb Crambo | Earth, Air, Fire and Water | Marbles | The Feather Game | Jinglers | Touch Wood | I have a Basket | Hunt the Ring | Drop the Handkerchief | Battledore & Shuttlecock | The Drawing Game | Spinning the Trencher | How, When and Where | Up Jenkins | Hunt the Slipper | Musical Chairs | King of the Castle | Mulberry Bush | Fox and Hen | Tom Tiddler's Ground | Words and Questions | Proverbs | Hop Scotch | Oranges and Lemons | Dumb Crambo | Hoops | The Angler and the Fish | Frog in the Middle | Russian Scandal | The Adjective Game | Swings | Hide-and-Seek | Magic Music | The Stool of Repentance | Blind Man's Buff | Throwing the Handkerchief | Clumps | Soap Bubbles | Schoolmistress | The Hidden Word | The Old Soldier | Follow My Leader | Judge and Jury | The Hat Game | Drawing Game | French and English | Blowing Out the Candle | Book Consequences | Pointer's Buff | Throwing Light | Kites | Who'll Take the Chair? | The Knight of the Whistle | Dolls | Hiding the Thimble | Shouting Proverbs | Ball | Shadow Buff | This and That | Buzz | Mary's Gone A-milking | Queen Anne and Her Maids | Ruth and Jacob | Skipping | General Post | Word Making | The Magic Answer | Kiddies in the Country | Kidnapped | The King of the Golden River | Knights of the Grail

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The Ladder of Rickety Rungs | The Land of Nod | The Last American | Little Babs | Little Bear and his Friends | Little Big-Bye-and-Bye | The Little Black and White Lamb | Little Bo Peep | Little Br'er Rabbit | Little Bunnie Bunniekin | Little Codfish Cabot at Harvard | The Little Engine that Could | Little Fairy Pictures | The Little Fairy Sister | Little Heiskell | Little Jack Rabbit and Danny Fox | Little Karl | The Little Lame Prince | Little Miss Muffet | Little Mr. Thimblefinger and His Queer Country | The Grandmother of the Dolls | Mr. Thimblefinger's Queer Country | Mr. Thimblefinger's Friends | Two Queer Stories | The Talking Saddle | The Talking Saddle and the Thief | The ladder of Lions | Brother Terrapin's Fiddle-String | The Looking-Glass Children | Mr. Rabbit as a Rain-Maker | How Brother Bear's Hair was Combed | A Singing Match | The Strawberry-Girl | The Witch of the Well | The Bewitched Huntsman | The Three Ivory Bobbins | Keen-Point, Cob-Handle, and Butch | Mrs. Meadows Resumes her Story | A Story of the River | Mr. Rabbit Fell Kerthump | Rag-Tag Rolling out of the Corner | The Grandmother of the Dolls and the Big Black Cat | Sweetest Susan Waking Up | Mr. Rabbit and Mrs. Meadows | Mr. Billy-Goat and Mr. Wolf | My Mother Washing the Old Man's Coat and Waist-Coat | Drusilla Waiting on Mr. Rabbit | Tip-Top and the Mayor | The Mayor Pardoning the Thief | Chickamy Crany Crow and Tickle-My-Toes | Mr. Rabbit Bandaging Brother Lion's Paw | The Ladder of Lions | Mr. Rabbit Fiddling for Brother Terrapin | Brother Terrapin tumbling into the Creek | Sweetest Susan, Meeting her Reflection | They All Plunged Into the Looking-Glass | Mr. Rabbit Saying Nothing | Brother Bear Arguing the Rain Question | Mrs. Bear Hanging out Clothes | Little Mr. Thimblefinger | The Singing-Match | Granny Grim-Eye Finds a Beautiful Little Girl Asleep | The Little Old Man Discovers the Strawberry-Girl | The Golden Haired, Beautiful Little Girl | The Old Man, Three Wits and the Stag | The Stag and the Witch | The Little Girl and the Old Man | | Buster John Shaking Hands with Mr. Rabbit | The Little Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe | The Little Red Balloon | Little Slam Bang, Little Slambang | The Little Wise Chicken That Knew It All | The Tower of London | The Omnibus | The Penny Ice Man | Covert Garden | The Penny Toy Man | The Orange Girl | The First of May | St. James Park | Westminister Abby | Charity Girls | The British Museum | The Underground Railway | | The Milk Woman | The Muffin Man | The Shoeblacks | Christ's Hospital | Guilhall Gog and Magog | The Cat's Meat Man | The Night Watch | The Foundling Hospital | The Flower Woman | Cleopatra's Needle | The Chestnut Woman | The Fifth of November | The Childrens Hospital | The Happy Family | The Crossing Sweeper | Punch and Judy | The Lowther Arcade | The Dustman is Coming | Louis Wain Kitten Book | Lullaby-Land | Preface | Contents | The Rock-a-By Lady | Garden and Cradle | The Night Wind | The Dinkey-Bird | So, so, Rock-a-by so! | The Duel | Good-Children Street | The Bottle Tree | Lady Button-Eyes | The Ride to Bumpville | Shuffle-Shoon and Amber-Locks | The Shut-Eye Train | Little-Oh-Dear | The Fly-Away Horse | Fiddle-Dee-Dee | The Sugar-Plum Tree | Krinken | Pittypat and Tippytoe | Little Blue Pigeon | Teeny-Weeny | Buttercup, Poppy, Forget-me-not | Wynken, Blynken, and Nod | Little Mistress Sans-Merci | Hi-Spy | Little Boy Blue | Heigho, my Dearie | Fairy and Child | Child and Mother | Ganderfeather's Gift | Telling the Bees | Contentment

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Hark! the dogs do bark | Pitty Patty Polt | My story's ended | The cock doth crow | Hickety, pickety, my black hen | Intery, mintery, cutery corn | There was an owl | Birds of a feather flock together | There was an old woman who lived in a shoe | Handy Spandy, Jack a-dandy | The sow came in with the saddle | When good King Arthur ruled his land | Ride a cock-horse to Shrewsbury cross | Little Boy Blue | Little Boy Blue come blow your horn | Little Jack Jingle | I like little Pussy | The man in the moon | Little Robin Redbreast | Needles and pins | Doctor Faustus | The man in the wilderness asked me | Rowley powley, pudding and pie | Little Jack-A-Dandy | Tom, Tom, the piper's son | Three children sliding on the ice upon a summer's day | Higher than a house | John Boldero | Cushy cow bonny, come let down thy milk | Pussy-cat, Pussy-cat, where have you been? | Little Johnny Pringle | There was a little man, and he had a little gun | There was an old man of Tobago | Father may I go to war? | Little Jack Horner | Little Jack Horner sat in a corner | Ride a cock horse to Banbury cross | Goosey, Goosey, Gander | Taffy was a Welshman | Lady Bug, Lady bug, fly away home | Little Tommy Grace | Pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake, Baker's man | Old woman, old woman, shall we go a shearing? | There was a man in our town and he was wondrous wise | If a man who turnips cries | Snail, Snail, come out of your hole | The girl in the lane | What care I how black I be | Twelve pairs hanging high | Miss Jane had a bag | Barber barber shave a pig | There was a little man, and he had a little gun | Tweedle dum and Tweedle dee | Milkman, Milkman | Johnny Armstrong killed a calf | Rock-a-bye, baby, thy cradle is green | I had a little pony; his name was Dapple gray | There was an old woman lived under the hill | If I had a mule | Jack Sprat and his wife | Jack Sprat could eat no fat | The rose is red, the violet's blue | Little Jack Dandy-prat | Bat, Bat, come under my hat | Once I saw a little bird | There was a piper had a cow | Tommy Snooks and Bessy Brooks | Clap hands! 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Snail! | A little boy and a little girl lived in an alley | Betty Pringle's pig | The Quaker's wife got up to bake | There was an old woman, and what do you think? | Hey, the dusty miller | John Cook | Dingty, diddlety, my mammy's maid | If I'd as much money as I could spend | Multiplication | Barnaby Bright | The man in the wilderness asked me | The girl in the lane | Little Nell Etticoat | I'll sing you a song | Little Dicky Dilver | Here's a poor couple from Babylon | Jemmy Dawson's married | Old King Cole | Little Miss Muffet | Little Miss, pretty Miss | One, two, buckle my shoe | Zickety, dickety, dock | Hub a dub dub | There was a man in our town, and he was wond'rous wise | John Smith | Little King Boggen | Ride, baby, ride | Two Blackbirds | There was a little man, and he had a little gun | A diller, a dollar | Mary had a little bird | There was an old man who liv'd in Middle Row | There was an old woman sold puddings and pies | A cat came fiddling | Dickery, dickery, dare | Hickety, pickety, my guinea hen | Johnny Armstrong | Burnie bee, burnie bee | Snail snaul | Hark! Hark! The dogs do bark | Jack Sprat | Little Bo-peep | Hey diddle, dinkety, poppety, pet | The fox and his wife they ahd a great strife | Diddle, diddle, dumpling, my boy John | To market, to market, to buy a plum-bun | Hush a bye, baby | The Carrion Crow | Wife, wife! bring me my bow | A prety little girl in a round-eared cap | In a marble as white as milk | The nighingale sings | The damsels are churning for curds and whey | There was an old woman had nothing | You shall have an apple | A cow and a calf, an ox and a half | Bessy Bell and Mary Gray | Hush-a-bye baby, lie still with thy mammy | I had a little nut tree | Little Jenny Wren | Come hither, little puppy dog | Bonny lass! 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Home Together Happily | Claus and the Master of Black-Arts | Claus and the White Snake | The Master is Angry | Claus listens to the Talk of the Two Ravens | Claus and the Manikin | Hans discovers Claus's luck | Dame Twist Drinketh Tea | The Little Man and the Great Horse | Dame Twist Visits a Strange Patient | Dame Twist Drives Away the Little Folks | | Dame Twist Sees the Little Man in Green for the Last Time | Clever Peter & the Little Gentleman in Black | Clever Peter Rides to the King's Palace upon His Fine Horse | Peter Eats with the King and Princess | Clever Peter and the Unlucky Bottle | Clever Peter open the Unlucky Bottle for the King and Princess | Hans Hecklemann / Catherine | Hans Heckleman Goes to the Cottage of the Old Wise Woman in Search of His Luck | Hans Hecklemann and the Old Wise Woman | Hans Finds His Luck | Hans Hecklemann Ploughs for Gold | Farmer Georgie Griggs | Dame Mally Griggs | Farmer Griggs and the Boggart | The Departure | Farmer Griggs and the Wise Man 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Raggedy Ann's Alphabet Book | Where children tread a rainbow glows | Where children breathe a zephyr blows | Where children laugh a flower grows | Where children sing a sunbeam shows | A is for Ann | B is for Birds | Crickets and Dwarfies | Elves and Faires | C is for Cricket | D is for Dwarf | E is for Elves | F is for Fairy | Grasshoppers and Humming Birds | Ink and Birds | G is for Grasshoppers | H is for Humming Birds | I is for Ink | J is for June | Katydids and Larks | Moon | K is for Katydid | L is for Lark | M is for Moon | N is for Nod | Owls | Queen | O is for Owls | P is for Pretty | Q is for Queen | R is for River | Snails and Turtles | Usefulness and Violets | S is for Snails | T is for Turtles | U is for Usefulness | V is for Violets | Winter and Christmas | Loyalty | W is for Winter | X when used thus | Y is for You | Goodness, Kindness, Friendliness | Z is for Zero | The Alphabet | Rambling Rhymes for Little Ones | The Little Man and His Gun | A Shell-Fish Old Woman | A Capital Cure for Rats | Rays of Sunshine | A Frog He Would a-Wooing Go | The Story of the Three Little Pigs | The Three Bears | The Silly Hare | Cinderella | Cock Robin | Really So Stories | Red Feather |

The Rhyme Book | The Twins | The Twins (continued) | Make Believe | Make Believe (continued) | The Wooden Horse | The Wooden Horse (continued) | A Pinch of Salt | A Pinch of Salt (continued) | | The Umbrella | The Umbrella (continued) | A Short Sweet Tale | A Short Sweet Tale (continued) | The Dunce | The Dunce (continued) | Sand Castles | Sand Castles (continued) | Snowman II | Snowman II (continued) | Going to Bed | Going to Bed (continued) |

Rhymes for Kindly Children | Rich Mrs. Duck, Dog's Dinner Party | Rich Mrs. Duck | The Dogs' Grand Dinner Party | A Riddle Book | Rinkitink In Oz | The Robber Kitten | Robin Hood | Robinson Crusoe | Rootabaga Stories: | Three Stories About the Finding of the Zigzag Railroad, the Pigs with Bibs On, the Circus Clown Ovens, The Village of Liver and Onions, the Village of Cream Puffs | How They Broke Away to Go to the Rootabaga Country | How They Bring Back the Village of Cream Puffs When the Wind Blows It Away | How the Five Rusty Rats Helped Find a New Village | Five Stories About the Potato Face Blind Man | The Potato Face Blind Man Who Lost the Diamond Rabbit on His Gold Accordion | How the Potato Face Blind Man Enjoyed Himself on a Fine Spring Morning | | The Toboggan to the Moon Dream of the Potato Face Blind Man | How Gimme the Ax Found Out About the Zigzag Railroad and Who Made it Zigzag | Three Stories About the Gold Buckskin Whincher | The Story of Blixie Bimber and the Power of the Gold Buckskin Whincher | The Story of Jason Squiff and Why He Had a Popcorn Hat Popcorn Mittens and Popcorn Shoes | The Story of Rags Habakuk the Two Blue Rats and the Circus Man Who Came with Spot Cash Money | | The Wedding Procession of the Rag Doll and the Broom Handle and Who Was in It | How the Hat Ashes Shovel Helped Snoo Foo | Three Boys with Jugs of Molasses and Secret Ambitions | Story of Three Boys | How Bimbo the Snip's Thumb Stuck to His Nose When the Wind Changed | Three Stories About Three Ways the Wind Went Winding | The Two Skyscrapers Who Decided to Have a Child | The Dollar Watch and the Five Jack Rabbits | The Wooden Indian and Shaghorn Buffalo | Four Stories About Dear Dear Eyes | The White Horse Girl and the Blue Wind Boy | What Six Girls with Balloons Told the Gray Man on Horseback | How Henry Hagglyhoagly Played the Guitar with His Mittens On | Never Kick a Slipper at the Moon | One Story Only the Fire Born Understand Blue | Sand Flat Shadows | Two Stories About Corn Fairies Blue Foxes Flongboos and Happenings That Happened in the United States and Canada | How to Tell Corn Fairies If You See Em | How the Animals Lost Their Tails and Got Them Back Traveling From Philadelphia to Medicine Hat | The Rubaiyat of a Bachelor

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Take Your Place In The Forest | The Tale of Benjamin Bunny | The Tale of Ferdinand Frog | The Tale of the Flopsy Bunnies | The Tale of Henrietta Hen | The Tale of Johnny Mouse | The Tale of Little Pig Robinson | The Tale of Mr. Jeremy Fisher | The Tale of Mrs. Tittlemouse | The Tale of Nimble Deer | The Tale of Peter Rabbit | The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin | The Tale of Timmy Tiptoes | Tales of Little Cats | The Three Bears | Three Blind Mice | Three Little Pigs | Tin y Tina | The Toddles Twins | Tom Thumb | Tommy Turkey | The Traveling Bears Across the Sea | Twinkle and Chubbins

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The Ugly Duckling | Uncle Wiggily and His Flying Rug | Uncle Wiggily Plays Indian Hunter | Uncle Wiggily's Auto Sled | Uncle Wiggily's June Bug Friends | The Unselfish Pig

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A Visit from Santa Claus

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The young king looks upon the beautiful picture which the stranger showeth him | The North Wind flies with the faithful Servant | The young king bringeth the cup of water to the beautiful Queen | The faithful Servant gives the young king the golden bracelet from his write as the other desires | The Brave Soldier bringeth his Trouble to the town along with him | Here the Brave Soldier brings his trouble before the king to find if it shall follow him wherever he goes | The three Giants fight one another like fury | The rich man takes home money and trouble | The Grey Goose goes out into the wide world, where she and a discontented Sausage meet the Cock and the Fox | The Great Red Fox goes to call on neighbour Cock at his house because he will crow in the morn | The Great Red Fox calls upon the Sausage | The Great Red Fox rests softly at home | A Princess walks beside the water, into whose basket leaps the ring | The Clever Scholar remains a Ruby Ring no longer, having regained his own true shape | The Master of Black Arts bringeth a curious little Black Hen to the king | What happened to the Master of the Black Arts after all his tricks | The king being lost in the forest meets with the Great Black Raven | Princess Golden Hair, being a true princess, drinketh from the golden cup and touches neither the silver nor the clay | Princess Golden Hair cometh to Death's door where sits Death's aged Grandmother spinning flax within | The Princess finds her Prince | Cousin Greylegs and the Great Red Fox go together to the fair | Cousin Greylegs steals away from the inn, carrying off a bag full of this and that with him | The Great Red Fox meets the old, blind Mole | The Great Red Fox beareth all that he can | Father Longlegs, the Stork, puts the Fisher Lad in the way of catching a strange fish in his nets | The Fisher Lad cometh to the Grey Master's house | The Grey Master is caught in the stream and is swept away, but the Fisher Lad crosses it dry-shod | The Princess finds the Fisher Lad with the key of Luck's house | The Prince knocks at the door of the poor, mean, little house and not the great, rich one | The Prince finds the three giants sleeping under the tree of life and snoozing away like everything | The Prince finds the sword of brightness where sits an old man | The Prince sits down beside the garden gate and only one knoweth him | Saint Nicholas knocks at the rich man's door but finds only a chill welcome and cold faring | Saint Nicholas blesses the poor man's crock and bowl with food and drink | The Poor man welcomes Saint Christopher to his house | The rich man spreads a feast for the saints | Peter goes to the castle to befool the king, dressed in his finest clothes | Paul comes home again from the king's castle with no luck | The old woman smashes pots and things at Boots' bidding | The Councilor finds one in the Sack who teaches hum wisdom | The Step-daughter follows the golden ball in spite of herself | The Young King goeth down into the pit and bringeth up the maiden | The Step-mother bringeth mischief upon the Young Queen by sundry magic spells | The Young King caresses the white dove | Master Jacob comes to the town with his fine, fat pig and there falls in with the Priest and the Provost | Master Jacob takes his black goat to town | The Priest, the Provost and the Mayor blow the little trumpet over the black goat | Master Jacob with his two pots meets the three cronies in the woods | Peterkin's brothers marvel at the fine clothes that the hare gave him | Peterkin, with the help of the hare, carries off the Giant's goose | Peterkin bringeth the little silverbell of the Giant to the King | Peterkin as a girl combs the Giant's hair | The Princess cometh into a wonderful country and to the house of a strange old woman | The Princess looks into that which she should not have done | The Princess dwells in the oak tree where the wild pigeons come to feed her | Mother Hldegarde carries the baby away from the castle of the King | Having been thrice adjudged in the wrong, the poor man is left by the rich man blind upon the highways | The poor man touches the door with the stone | The poor man finds that which is the best | The rich man findeth that which he deserveth | The cunning landlord telleth Caspar where to take his hen to sell it for a good price | Caspar findeth money in the willow-tree | The three share the money amongst them | The three rogues lend Caspar sundry things so that he may go to the king's castle | The Swan carries the Prince over the hills and far away | The Prince comes to the old, three eyed Witch's house | The Swan-Maiden helps the young Prince | The witch and the woman of honey and meal | | The Ogre climbs the tree for the money that he believes to be there | The Ogre shuts his eyes and counts fifty | The Ogre sticks fast in the window | The Fiddler gives the old woman all that he has in his purse | The Fiddler gives the word and the staff falls to drubbing the Dwarf as he deserves | The Fiddler finds the Princess in the cavern of the Dwarf | The Fiddler and the little, black mannikin | The Royal gooseherd playeth with the golden ball | The King peeps over the hedge and sees what is going on upon the other side | The Princess taketh her eggs to the market | The Princess knoweth the Young King | The Great Red Fox goeth to the store-house and helps himself to the good things | The Fox tells Father Goat a strange story | Uncle Bear and the Great Red Fox visit the farmer's store-house | The Bear and the Fox go to farmer John's again | The Drummer carries the Old Body across the River | Thus the Princess cometh forth from the Castle at Twelve o'clock at night | The Drummer helps himself to the good things, though no one can see him | The Drummer catches the one eyed raven | The blacksmith takes the dwarfs pine-cones | The blacksmith chooses the raven and runs away with it | The blacksmith brings the wonderful little bird tree to the Queen | The Young Smith 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