Front Cover
 Front Matter
 Title Page
 Wonder-Eyes and What For
 Back Cover

Title: Wonder-eyes and what for
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00024350/00001
 Material Information
Title: Wonder-eyes and what for
Alternate Title: Wonder eyes and what for
Physical Description: pts. : colored ill. ; 24 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Talbot, Eleanor W
Dunham, O. M ( Copyright holder )
H.A. & L.J. DeLand & Co ( Publisher )
Publisher: H. A. and L. J. Deland & Co.
Place of Publication: Fairport N. Y
Publication Date: c1880
Subject: Children's poetry -- 1880
Bldn -- 1880
Genre: Children's poetry
non-fiction   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- Fairport
General Note: "Presented by H. A. & L. J. Deland & Co. Saleratus, soda and chemical baking powder. Absolutely pure goods. Fairport, N. Y."
General Note: Copyright for pt. II by O.M. Dunham.
Funding: Preservation and Access for American and British Children's Literature, 1870-1889 (NEH PA-50860-00).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00024350
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: Baldwin Library of Historical Children's Literature in the Department of Special Collections and Area Studies, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved, Board of Trustees of the University of Florida.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001580455
oclc - 06361865
notis - AHK4361

Table of Contents
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    Front Matter
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    Title Page
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    Wonder-Eyes and What For
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Come, let us build a house out of this nice clean sand,I can shape one well enough, but cannot make it stand;So we'll make an oven for our pies and cake,We'll mould them in these clam shells and put them in to bake;Let's shovel the wheelbarrow full and bring it out this way,And if you all will help me we'll have a "baking day.": ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ -SOan, ~~~~~q0 07f~::000",, ---... I--,-I -- -----.....

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DeLAND'S CHEMICAL BAKING POWDER4Good Queen Double-doesLives where-nobody knows,And with her ever goesA most WONDERFUL cat.It's' so sleek and so plump,At its tail it can't jump,Or climb even a stump-It's so fat!* Is made from Grape Cream Tartar.


A trial of DeLAND'S PURE SODAfHEN Queen Double-D,Dressed fine as you see,Drives out in her carriageso gay,Puss always goes too,And on cushion of blueShe sleeps very soundlythe way..7 I- -I,,,,-I -I -......... -;.,.1-~~1- I--..............I--- ^.. -Will convince all of its excellence.


DeLAND'S CHEMICAL BAKING POWDER\SdHEN Queen Double-DSits down to her tea,Then Puss, this most wonderful beast,Has her own cushioned chair,And a plentiful shareOf all the good things at the feast.IHas no superior.


In ribbons and ruffs,And laces and puffs,She goes with her mistress to dine;Of soup, fish and meatsShe most heartily eats,But refuses the dessert and wine.PI-------

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DeLAND'S CHEMICAL BAKING POWDERLL night long she sleepsOn an eider-down .bed,With a soft little pillow,Lace-edged, for her head,;e cn st on er c Her night-gowns are ruffled,And so are her caps,:i ii L 1And sweetly she dreamsIn these nocturnal naps.Oh why is she called such a Wonderful cat?I really can't tell you the reason of that.She can sit on her cushion and pleasantly purr, ..And spend quite an hour in smoothing her fur-Is surrounded by luxury, lives on the best,And only consults her own pleasure or rest;,Has never been known to catch mousey or rat,Perhaps this is why she's a Wonderful cat.But one thing is certain for cats as for men,('Tis true, for I've seen it again and again;)They often sit down in a comfortable station,Because they have gotten a Great ReputatitNone 'Better

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DeLAND'S GOODS ARE ALWAYSRIPITY, tripity, peggoty, pop !Round and around you go, dear little top;How can you spin so on one little toe?I, who have ten, would stumble, I knowIf I were to try to whirl as you do;How can you spin so? Tell me, now true-Hah You have caught in a crack of the floor;There, now you've stopped--I must wind you once more.Pure, Uniform and Full Weight.


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