By Frank Richards
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Carrying the patriotic theme further, the American flag appears throughout the volume’s pages, with stars and stripes incorporated into the letters of the alphabet. 26 // from apple to zouave Apple-Pie ABC Kris Kringle Series Published by McLoughlin Brothers, New York Copyright 1897 learning the abcs // 27 T om T humb Alphabet Published by McLoughlin Brothers, New York ca. 1880s Professions from the mundane butcher, farmer, and hunter to the more dubious “quack” and robber, form the thematic basis around which this humorous alphabet was created.
Charles Perrault, the seventeenth-century French writer who first put fairytales into print, included a frontispiece in his first edition that depicted three people gathered in front of an elderly woman seated 39 40 // through the air on a very fine gander left Mother Goose’s Chimes Published by McLoughlin Brothers, New York Copyright 1886 page 38 Mot her Goose Melodies Published by McLoughlin Brothers, New York Copyright 1894 before a fire, apparently listening to her weave a story. ” Early books with nursery rhymes to images of Mother Goose, but it by John Newbery also carried the name of Mother Goose.
Little Bo-Peep eventually finds her sheep, and their tails, and tries her best to re-attach them to the little lambs’ bodies. gems from mother goose // 49 N u r s e ry S o n g s Grandmother Goose’s Series Published by McLoughlin Brothers, New York ca. 1870s–80s The lively and enchanting double-page illustration at the center conflation of all six stanzas of the rhyme. The only tune that of this book depicts Tom, Dolly, and Old Dame Trot—all charac- Tom could play was “Over the hills and far away”; he played so ters in “Tom, the Piper’s Son”—merrily dancing in a fantastic well that he entranced even pigs to prance on their hind legs.