レビュー - レビューを書く
他の版 - すべて表示
began birds blue boat boys and girls bread bright brother butter cage called Cato caught child cold dark dear Dick donkey ducks Emma eyes face father feet field fond friends gave give glad goes grass green hands hard Harry head hear keep kind kiss kite land laugh leaves light little boy live look Mary master milk mind moon morning mother nests never nice night once piece play pool poor pretty rats round sails seemed seen sent shining ship side sight sing sister sitting soon spread strong sure Swans sweet taken talk tell things thought told took tree walk warm watch wind winter worm young
53 ページ - ONLY A BABY SMALL. ONLY A BABY SMALL. ONLY a baby small, Dropt from the skies ; Only a laughing face, Two sunny eyes ; Only two cherry lips, One chubby nose; Only two little hands, Ten little toes. Only a golden head, Curly and soft ; Only a tongue that wags Loudly and oft ; Only a little brain, Empty of thought ; Only a little heart, Troubled with nought.
29 ページ - He made the streams so wide, That flow through wood and vale; He made the rills so small, That leap down hill and dale.
39 ページ - Children, too, may sport and play, For it is a pleasant day. Bring the hoop, and bring the ball, Come with happy faces all ; Let us make a merry ring, Talk and laugh, and dance and sing. Quickly, quickly, come away, For it is a pleasant day.
12 ページ - In behind the door, Climbing on the sofa, Creeping on the floor, 2. In below the table, Round the easy chair, Goes my little brother Crying, "Are you there?
17 ページ - A KISS when I wake in the morning, A kiss when I go to bed, A kiss when I burn my fingers, A kiss when I bump my head. A kiss when my bath is over, A kiss when my bath begins : My mamma is full of kisses, — As full as nurse is of pins.
45 ページ - Out of the fir tree tall. And when the sick child better grew, And he could crawl along Close to that window he would creep, And listen to her song ; And he was gentle in his speech, And quiet at his play, He would not for the world have made That sweet bird fly away.
93 ページ - And last of all, if cut with care, Her horns make combs, to comb our hair ; And so we learn — thanks to our teachers, That Cows are good and useful creatures.
92 ページ - COW. Come, children, listen to me now, And you shall hear about the Cow; You'll find her useful, live or dead, Whether she's black or white or red. When milk-maids milk her morn and night, She gives them milk so fresh and white ; And this, we little children think, Is very nice for us to drink. The curdled milk they press and squeeze, And so they make it into cheese ; The cream they skim and shake in churns, And then it soon to butter turns.
17 ページ - A kiss when I bump my head. A kiss when my bath is over, A kiss when my bath begins : My mamma is full of kisses, — As full as nurse is of pins. A kiss when I play with my rattle, A kiss when I pull her hair : She covered me over with kisses The day I fell from the stair.