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The Young and Field literary readers. Book one. A primer and first reader
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CreatorYoung, Ella Flagg, 1845-1918 ; Field, Walter Taylor, 1861-1939
TitleThe Young and Field literary readers. Book one. A primer and first reader
Title, AlternativeYoung and Field literary readers
Description Content SummaryA primer: How the children went to see Mother Hubbard. 1. On the hill: Jack and Jill -- Tom Tinker's dog -- Little Bo-Peep -- Jack-a-Nory. 2. Going to Mother Hubbard's: Little Miss Muffett -- Humpty Dumpty -- Hey diddle diddle. 3. At Mother Hubbard's: Old Mother Hubbard -- Little Jack Horner -- One, two, buckle my shoe -- Jack, be nimble, Jack be quick -- Higgledy-Piggledy. The alphabet. A first reader: The kid -- Pussy-cat -- Nanny, who wouldn't go home -- Little Robin redbreast -- The little red hen -- This is the way we wash our clothes -- The hare and the tortoise -- Two legs sat upon three legs -- The boy who cried "Wolf"-- Cock-a-doodle-doo -- The moon in the mill pond -- Baa, baa, black sheep -- The pumpkin tree -- Three little kittens -- The mountain lion and the cricket -- There was an old woman who lived in a shoe -- The pudding -- The tortoise who liked to talk -- The wolf and the cat -- If all the world were apple pie -- The three wishes -- Whichever way the wind doth blow -- Words for phonetic drill
Contributor 1Barney, Maginel Wright, 1877-1966
Description Physical160 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.
Publisher OriginalBoston ; London : Ginn and Co.
Date Original1916
Publisher DigitalChicago State University Library. Chicago, Illinois 60628
Date Digital2009
Holding/Owning InstitutionChicago State University Library
SubjectReaders (Elementary) 1870-1950
LanguageEnglish
Rights (Patron Use)Chicago State University retains the rights to this material. Permission to reproduce these images must be granted by CSU. For permission to reproduce, distribute, or otherwise use this image, please contact lfu@csu.edu
Rights (Copyright Status/Owner)No restrictions on copyright. Material is in the public domain.
Identifier (Filename)http://www.archive.org/details/youngfieldlitera00youn
CollectionHistorical Collection (Chicago State University)
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