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A child's book of poems / pictures by Gyo Fujikawa.

Fujikawa, Gyo, (illustrator.).

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Valley Community Library JUV 808.81 FUJIKAW (Text) 50690011216741 Children's Area Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781402750618
  • ISBN: 1402750617
  • Physical Description: 116 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 30 cm
  • Publisher: New York : Sterling, ©2007.

Content descriptions

General Note:
Includes indexes.
Originally published: New York : Grosset & Dunlap, [1969].
Formatted Contents Note:
Night -- Which is the way to somewhere town? -- Summer sun -- Hurt no living thing -- Nesting time -- The call -- Be like the bird -- In a child's album -- Kindness to animals -- Wynken, Blynken, and Nod -- The sugarplum tree -- The kitten and the falling leaves -- The little elfman -- The little princess -- Good morning, merry sunshine -- The city mouse and the country mouse -- Trees -- The mountain and the squirrel -- How they sleep -- Four ducks on a pond -- Susan blue -- Certainty -- A cradle song -- Old dog -- The months -- The grasshopper and the elephant -- The owl and the pussycat -- Sailing -- To see a world -- The rock -- A sea song from the shore -- The fairies -- The violet -- W -- One March day -- A centipede -- A kite -- Pedigree -- Carpenters -- My valentine -- The duel -- The milk jug (the kitten speaks) -- Choosing a kitten -- I had a little doggy -- What does little birdie say? -- The oak -- Heigh ho! -- The broomstick train -- The clucking hen -- Always finish -- The moon ship -- Night blessing -- Sweet and low -- The ichthyosaurus -- Caterpillar -- A rule for bird's nesters -- The young lady of Niger -- A bird -- Who has seen the wind? -- The friendly cow -- Little wind -- The twenty-fourth of December -- Snowflakes -- My gift -- An old Christmas rhyme -- Christmas in the olden time -- Winter -- Christmas bells -- Santa Claus and the mouse -- Daffodils -- The elf and the dormouse -- Rain -- April fool's day -- Sweet peas -- "Croak" said the toad -- The swan -- Go to the ant -- Old Dame Cricket -- A boy's song -- Counting-out rhymes -- The bee -- The barefoot boy -- The melancholy pig -- A young lady named Bright -- Annie's garden -- Iris -- The snail's dream -- What robin told -- Three little trees -- How marigolds came yellow -- The day is done -- The Kayak -- Tony O -- Doll's walk -- The west wind -- The snowman -- Inscribed on the collar of a dog -- Old song -- One stormy night -- Queen Mab -- The May queen -- Here we come a-piping -- Wild beasts -- The naughty boy -- To an insect -- Ferry me across the water -- What is pink? A rose is pink -- My fairy -- Extremes -- Don't give up -- The pancake -- Song -- The little peach -- The crocodile -- Who is tapping at my window? -- Raindrops -- The rain -- Five little chickens -- Around the world -- The village blacksmith -- Daisies -- The happy sheep -- The breeze -- Swan song -- Three things to remember -- Be true -- Little things -- In the meadow -- The eagle -- The sea gull -- Turkey time -- SIng a song of seasons -- November -- Autumn -- Merry Autumn days -- The frost spirit -- Thanksgiving day -- An old rat's tale -- How roses came red -- Hearts and lace paper -- Sewing -- Stitching -- Not I -- Every day -- Courage -- Lo, the winter is past -- Pippa's song -- Spring -- Here's to thee -- The cat's have come to tea -- Rain in summer -- Mr. Finney's turnip -- A snack -- The old man with a beard -- Algy met a bear -- Two in bed -- Oh, fair to see -- Clouds -- When you and I grow up -- The golden rule -- Twenty froggies -- Wings -- From the bridge -- Good night -- The funny old man and his wife -- I'm glad -- A swing song -- The owl -- The hummingbird -- The ostrich is a silly bird -- The flea and the fly -- Peas -- Mr. Nobody -- School is over -- A wedding -- Let dogs delight -- All the bells were ringing -- The echoing green -- White butterflies -- Mother -- To my valentine -- Baby seeds -- Gaelic lullaby -- All through the night -- Good night -- Now I lay me down -- Early to bed -- Minnie and Winnie.
Summary, etc.:
William Blake, Kate Greenaway, Emily Dickinson are some of the writers in this anthology of 200 poems, which was first published in 1969. Among the verses are Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's "Christmas Bells," Lewis Carroll's "The Melancholy Pig," and Eugene Fields' "Wynken, Blynken, and Nod," along with proverbs, limericks, nursery rhymes, and folk songs.
Target Audience Note:
Ages 3-7.
Subject: Children's poetry.
Poetry > Collections.
Poetry > Collections.
Genre: Poetry.
Poetry.
Collections.
Children's nonfiction.
NP.
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