Fun and frolic ABC


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Fun and frolic ABC
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Fun and frolic A B C
Physical Description:
8 p. : ;
McLoughlin Bros., inc ( Publisher )
McLoughlin Bros.
Place of Publication:
New York
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Subjects / Keywords:
Alphabet rhymes -- 1880   ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1880
Alphabet rhymes   ( rbgenr )
poetry   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- New York -- New York


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Cover title.
General Note:
Preservation and Access for American and British Children's Literature, 1870-1889 (NEH PA-50860-00).

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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 - 001767967
oclc - 26897617
notis - AJJ1167
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A is for Archie,who's tryingtoi read:With help hifm,he oughtto succeed.B is for Baby,and alsofor Boy;C i& for Cars,which makea fine to "The Baldwn LibraryUniversitymBi Florida

. D is for Dances. so light on" her feetS That to seeher in motion"is surelySa treatE is for Eve, whohas gathered .to-daySome Flowers(that's F),to makea bouquet.

Gertie and Gameboth beginwith a G;And of Gamesthere is no .one that'sfonderthan she.""::-'' -P flB: *i HHhH is for Hilda-just see whatshe's at-Busily filling withcherries her Hat!

I is for Irma,who's got a nice pairOf apples, which she withher ister will share.her ig ,*^ share -' T""IJ is for Journey,and alsofor Jo,Who intenidsk wheel on aJourneyto go.

7 K is for Kite,(. /; ... in flight- in the air;L is for Louis,who holds itwith care.M is for Martin,who's trainedhis dog Max ,W""To performsome really ,wonderful act s.

N is for Nellie, whoskips rope so wellThere is none ofS her playmates* that canSher excel.IO is for Officer,riding his steed;It is easyto seehe's a heroindeed.

ppP is for Page,and Q isfor Queen;He is quitecourtly,and shemost serene.R is for Robbie,L a navalcommander;He is proud ofhis ship,and thinksinone is grander.)R

S is for Skating -- !Oh! is it not e 'e,So swiftly andsmoothly toglide o'er the ice ?T is for Tina,whom Tomso admires,That he neverof paying hercomplimentstires.

U is for Una,and Victor is V;They are puttinga puzzletogether, you see.SW is forSWalter,Skept inby'the,iii rain :j 'That WetjWeatheris not toShis likingis plain.

X is in EXertion,which oftis not fun,Though commonlyneedful whenwork's tobe done.Y is for Yacht,a pretty toy;boat;4Z is w fo-r--f--loat.

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A is for Archie, who's trying toi read: With Pussy. to help hifm, he ought to succeed. B is for Baby, and also for Boy; C i& for Cars, which make a fine to The Baldwn Library University mBi F orida


S is for Skating -! Oh! is it not e 'e, So swiftly and smoothly to glide o'er the ice ? T is for Tina, whom Tom so admires, That he never of paying her compliments tires.


pp P is for Page, and Q is for Queen; He is quite courtly, and she most serene. R is for Robbie, L a naval commander; He is proud of his ship, and thinks inone is grander. )R


U is for Una, and Victor is V; They are putting a puzzle together, you see. SW is for SWalter, Skept in by'the ,iii rain : j 'That Wet jWeather is not to Shis liking is plain.


X is in EXertion, which oft is not fun, Though commonly needful when work's to be done. Y is for Yacht, a pretty toy; boat; 4Z is w fo-r --f--loat.


.D is for Dances .so light on her feet S That to see her in motion "is surely Sa treat E is for Eve, who has gathered to-day Some Flowers (that's F), to make a bouquet.


N is for Nellie, who skips rope so well There is none of S her playmates that can Sher excel. I O is for Officer, riding his steed; It is easy to see he's a hero indeed.


I is for Irma, who's got a nice pair Of apples, which she with her ister will share. her ig ,*^ share -' T ""I J is for Journey, and also for Jo, Who intenids k wheel on a Journey to go.


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