The illustrated treasury of children's literature

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Grosset and Dunlap, 1955 - Children's literature (Collections). - 512 pages
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Mother Goose rhymes, a picture alphabet, poems, fairy tales, legends, and fables from well-known sources.

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User Review  - Vicky - Goodreads

My grandmother bought me this book when I was a baby. My mom read it to me. Her favorite poem was "The Soap." Read full review

Review: The Illustrated Treasury of Children's Literature

User Review  - Brooke - Goodreads

My brothers and sisters and I grew up with this book. It has the best stories and poems. My youngest sister was asking about the name of it recently so I thought I should put it on here so I wouldn't forget either. I'd love to own a copy someday. Read full review

Contents

Mistress Mary Lucy Locket Little Miss Muffet
2
The Queen of Hearts
15
Jack Sprat BowWow Says the Dog
28
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