MOTHER'S LITTLE RHYME BOOK
Illustrated by Henriette Willebeek Le Mair
Published by Augener Ltd.. Circa. 1917
Almost very good condition. No. 2 of "Old Nursery Rhymes". Small oblong format. Floral decorated boards with colour illustration to front. Pretty colour illustrations throughout with well-known rhymes.
Spine and corners worn. Tiny patch of surface paper loss on rear cover. Fingering to contents.
Stock no. 733497
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- O, where is my little dog gone?
- Young lambs to sell
- Three blind mice
- Little Polly Flinders
- There came to my window
- I love little pussy
- See saw, Margery Daw
- Where are you going to, my pretty maid?
- London bridge has broken down
- I had a little nut tree
- Polly put the Kettle on
- Over the hills and far away