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From the de Grummond Children's Books Collection. A French language children's alphabet book entitled "Mon Premier Alphabet."

From the de Grummond Children's Books Collection. A French language children's alphabet book entitled "les petites misères de la vie des animaux" which translates to the small miseries of animal life.

From the de Grummond Children's Books Collection. A French language children's book entitled "La Journée du Petit Jean."

From the de Grummond Children's Books Collection. A French language children's book entitled "Contes de tous les Pays."

From the de Grummond Children's Books Collection. A Japanese children's book entitled "Kintarō."

From the de Grummond Children's Books Collection. A Japanese children's book entitled "Issun Bōshi."

From the de Grummond Children's Books Collection. A Japanese children's book entitled "Momotarō." This item is part of the meisaku Anime ehon shīrīzu series.

From the de Grummond Children's Books Collection. A Japanese children's book entitled "Kachi Kachi Yama."

From the de Grummond Children's Books Collection. A Japanese children's book entitled "Dōyō Ehon." This item is part of the yurikago ehon series.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. An abridged book of the voyages of Bougainville in America by Riccous.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. A short sermon on the classic nursery rhyme "Jack and Jill."

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Retold by R. Marriott Watson, L.L. Weldon, Emily Bennett, A.M. Hoyer, & others. Published in London by Nister and in New York by E.P. Dutton, in 1870. Illustrations signed: E. Nister. Title page incorrectly identifies M.A. Hoyer as A.M. Hoyer. "Printed in Bavaria". Contents: Cinderella; The three spinners; Hansel and Gretel; The three little pigs; Sweet porridge; The sleeping beauty; The straw, the coal, and the bean; The watersprite; The golden bird; Aladdin and the wonderful lamp; Teeny Tiny; The goose girl; The golden key; The wolf and the seven little goats; How six comrades journeyed through the world; Jack and the beanstalk.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. By the Brothers Grimm, and pictured by John R. Neill. Published in Chicago by Reilly and Britton, in 1908. Book has a dust jacket. Part of the Children's red books series.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. With twenty four pages of illustrations. Published in London (The Broadway, Ludgate) and in New York (416, Broome Street) by George Routledge and Sons, circa 1865. Some plates signed H. Weir, 1865; some plates signed Leighton, Brothers. Some stories and plates have various pagings. Contents: Little Red Riding Hood; The three bears; Dash and the ducklings; The three little kittens.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in New York by McLoughlin Bros., Inc., circa 1880. Title, imprint, and series statements from cover. P. [2] and [3] of cover included in pagination. "New picture books for little children. Big picture series. 42 kinds.--25 cents each."--Publisher's advertisement on back cover. Part of Aunt Kate's series.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in London and Edinburgh by Thomas Nelson & Sons, between 1880 and 1892. Cover title. In verse. "Untearable--mounted on cloth"--Cover. Date based on use of "untearable--mounted on cloth" by publisher. Rebound in library binding.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Embellished with coloured engravings. Printed and sold by John Marshall, 140 Fleet Street, From Aldermary Church-Yard, in London, in 1823. Back of title page contains list of other titles. Hand colored engraved plates; lacking frontispiece. Orange paper wrappers; hand colored label on front cover.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. By Laura Valentine. With twenty four pages of illustrations; printed in colors. Published in New York by McLoughlin Bros., circa 1870s. The first three stories consist of 6 numbered leaves of text and 6 leaves of plates. The fourth story contains 10 unnumbered pages of text and 6 leaves of plates. Contents: Puss in boots; Jack and the bean-stalk; White cat; Cinderella.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in Philadelphia by Benjamin Warner, No. 171, Market St. S. Probasco, in 1821. This book is a sequel to The courtship, marriage, and pic-nic dinner of Robin Red-breast and Jenny Wren. Frontispiece glued to inside of front cover; additional illustration glued to inside of back cover. Half title: Burial of Cock Robin. Gray stiff paper wrappers. Contents: Burial of Cock Robin; Lamentation of Jenny Wren; Sparrow's apprehension; Cuckoo's punishment.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in New York by McLoughlin Bros., Inc., circa 1869. Title, imprint, and series statements from cover. Illustrations signed "JH 69" (i.e., Justin Howard, 1869?). Part of Aunt Friendly's colored picture books series.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Printed in York by J. Kendrew, Colliergate, York, circa 1820s. Cover title.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in New York by McLoughlin Bros., Inc., 30 Beekman Street, between 1863-1870. Title and imprint from cover. "Date inferred from publisher's address. Cf. American Antiquarian Society." "Stereotyped by Vincent Dill, 24 Beekman Street, N.Y."--Back of cover. Page numbering is inconsistent.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in Edinburgh by Oliver & Boyd, Tweeddale-Court, circa 1820. Pages printed one side only. Publisher's booklist on rear cover. Tan stiff paper wrappers. Page numbering is inconsistent.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in London by Darton & Clark, Holborn Hil, circa 1836-1844. Pages printed one side only. Hand colored plates. Yellow printed paper wrappers.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in London by John Harris, corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard, circa 1825. Bound in mauve paper covers. Illustrations are hand colored. Contents: Courtship, merry marriage, and pic-nic dinner of Cock Robin and Jenny Wren; Alas! The doleful death of the bridegroom.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in New York by McLoughlin Bros., Inc., circa 1900s. Title, imprint, and series statements from cover. P. [2] and [3] of cover included in pagination. Contents: Courtship and marriage of Cock Robin and Jenny Wren; Death and burial of Cock Robin. Part of the Cock Robin series.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in New York by John McLoughlin, Publisher, 24 Beekman Street, between 1850 and 1858. Stereotyped by Vincent Dill, No. 29 & 31 Beekman Street. Cover title. Page numbering is inconsistent. "Approximate dates based on publisher's information; cf. Hearn, M. P. McLoughlin Brothers, publishers, 1828-1978, p. [6]." In verse. Wood-engraved illustrations.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in Springfield, Mass., by McLoughlin Bro's, Inc., circa 1920s. Title and imprint from cover. Running title: Cock Robin. "Untearable". "Six little mice" poem on p. 6.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in New York by McLoughlin Bros., Inc., copyright 1893. Title, imprint, and series statements from cover. Part of the Sunshine series.

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in New York by McLoughlin Bros., circa 1850s. Cover title. P. [2] and [3] of cover included in pagination. Some illustrations signed W. Momberger. Part of Mama Lovechild's series.

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