2 edition of Sing a song for sixpence found in the catalog.
Sing a song for sixpence
Facsim. reprint. Originally published: London : Routledge, 1880 (R. Caldecott"s picture books)
|LC Classifications||PN6110C4 C35 1880a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||30 p. :|
|Number of Pages||30|
After the meal was over, the old woman, who was a fairy, promised that their kindness should be rewarded, and immediately disappeared. Oh, here it is! He has kept his word about the crumbs; every morning a handful is thrown out, which Robin, with his head very much on one side, and accompanied by his family and a select circle of friends, picks up with great relish, doing the honours in his best style. My toddler, lovingly referred to as Tinker Bell, is 29 months old. You won't mind my calling my lamb after you, do you?
That's very nice. She would just run out to see what it was like on the soft white carpet. Feintise could not doubt that the boat would be swamped, and felt relieved by the thought that the poor little innocents would perish, for she would otherwise always be haunted by the fear that something would occur to betray the share she had had in their preservation. Nanny put on a small stick. It looked rather funny, she thought, but could not exactly understand why for a little while, until she discovered it was stuck on upside down.
She allowed some days to pass by without showing herself; and then once more made the Princess unhappy by saying that the dancing-water and the singing-apple were useless without the little green bird that tells everything. You can't have it without him? As they grew older, the Corsair applied himself seriously to their education, as he felt convinced there was some great mystery attached to their birth. The tradition continues through Caldecott, the Cruikshank brothers, on to Beatrix Potter, and--in our own time--to Maurice Sendak, who, understandably, cannot seem to talk of Caldecott without bringing up music, counterpoint, syncopation. Christian Mother Goose was there to trace the oldest known book of nursery rhymes.
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He ordered his equerry to offer them his protection, and everything that they might require. Shortly after, the King came that way, with his brother and the Lord Admiral. She promised to give me some bread and some honey, Some cake and some jam--I gave her the money, What can she be doing?
Christ has paid the price for each tarnished, human treasure to be cleansed by His blood and revealed in all His shining beauty! I love chocs. The moon struggled hard to pierce through the thick clouds, and shed a pale silvery light around to guide them on their way. I'm dreadfully thirsty," asked the Queen.
Nellie] "Of course, the very thing," assented the Queen, cheerfully. And I'd put on my best frock every day, andhave cake every time I wanted it, and I'd have as many sixpences as Iliked, and" "Stop, that will do," said the Queen; "if you always wore your bestfrock you'd soon want a new one, and then where would all your sixpencesbe?
On she went merrily, with her eyes eagerly fixed upon the near horizon; but the way was long, and the poor little feet grew heavy and tired. Suddenly they came in sight of a city so beautiful that they were anxious their vessel should enter the port.
For another illustration, together with a modern parody of it, click here. And gran'fer--you would not know him--he has quite turned over a new leaf, and is a miser no more.
As they grew older, the Corsair applied himself seriously to their education, as he felt convinced there was some great mystery attached to their birth. The servants show delighted excitement on seeing the pie, and rush to find the king and queen, but the royals look at the birds singing from the pie with stiff lips and glassy eyes, jaded and showing forced polite interest.
Such a treasure for a small girl to possess! The boat was soon far out at sea.
She allowed some days to pass by without showing herself; and then once more made the Princess unhappy by saying that the dancing-water and the singing-apple were useless without the little green bird that tells everything.
One, two, three, four, five,six. I wish I was the Queen and wore a crown. If you want a longer book, you add another signature and have 32 pages, and so on. And pray, what would you do if you were? And a crown.
Robin flew to the window, and then turned as if to say, "Follow me. Fancy the Queen bowing toher! It is very nice to have a little bird for a friend, for it never quarrels or sulks like some little boys or girls do, when it cannot get its own way.
They determined to sail to the very spot where the Corsair had found them, and made preparations for a grand sacrifice to the fairies, for their protection and guidance. The Princes, hearing the people say, "There is the King," looked up, and made a profound obeisance. She won't say nothing to a dear, darling littlelamb!
One day Belle-Etoile overheard the Corsair and his wife talking. Anyway here she is in the same boat—I mean book—and certainly her adventures are romantic enough to prevent any surprise at the company in which Her Highness now finds herself.
Her Majesty smiled. He found Belle-Etoile sorrowfully seated under some trees, but when she saw him she was so pleased that she scarcely knew how to welcome him. I might make a blot. But these are just the two leading theories neither of which really has a shred of real evidence, we should add.Sing a song for sixpence.
Names Caldecott, Randolph () (Artist) Collection. Children's book illustrations. Nursery rhymes -- Sing a song of sixpence.
Library locations The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Picture Collection Shelf locator: PC-CHI NURSE-Sin Topics Nursery rhymes Children and adults.
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Kindergarten. Reading & Writing. Lesson plan. It is a tiny book, measuring only three inches by one and three-quarter inches, and bears the title, “Tommy Thumb’s Pretty Song Book.” Today’s rhyme, “ Sing a Song of Sixpence,” is one of thirty-eight rhymes the London publisher (a certain Mary Cooper), chose to print in (some of these rhymes have been suppressed over the.