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 A B C of Animals and Birds
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Group Title: Warwick House toy books
Title: The A B C of animals and birds
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00025992/00001
 Material Information
Title: The A B C of animals and birds
Series Title: Warwick House toy books
Alternate Title: ABC of animals and birds
Physical Description: 10 leaves : ill. ; 27 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Ward, Lock, & Tyler ( Publisher )
Kronheim & Co ( Printer )
Leighton Bros. (Printer) ( Printer )
Publisher: Ward, Lock & Tyler
Place of Publication: London
Manufacturer: Leighton, Bros.
Publication Date: [ca. 1880]
Subject: Animals -- Juvenile literature   ( lcsh )
Birds -- Juvenile literature   ( lcsh )
Alphabet books -- 1880   ( rbgenr )
Publishers' advertisements -- 1880   ( rbgenr )
Genre: Alphabet books   ( rbgenr )
Publishers' advertisements   ( rbgenr )
non-fiction   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: England -- London
General Note: Title from cover.
General Note: Includes publisher's advertisement.
General Note: Printer on cover noted as J.M. Kronheim & Co.
Funding: Preservation and Access for American and British Children's Literature, 1870-1889 (NEH PA-50860-00).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00025992
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 - 001879613
notis - AJV4688
oclc - 29394160
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
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    A B C of Animals and Birds
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    Back Cover
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"for the ALBATROSS,Large-winged and white.for the BULLFINCH,With waistcoat so bright.S for the C AM EL,So gentle and tame.D| for the DO G S,"Who chase after the g me.E fo, the EAGLES,I Perched up on high.for the FINC HE, *.With the clever Magpie.for the GOATS,SWith horns and beard.The Baldwin LibraryI mBE l I2 r, I

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BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED BOOKS FOR CHILDREN.SCAREFULLY EDITED AND WELL PRINTED.M ESSRS. WARD, LOCL, and TYLER have much pleasure in calling theatention of the Public and the Trade generally to the New Lists oftheir various series of Amusing and Instructive Books for Nursery and Play-room use. These comprise many old and favourite Tales, Poems,and Jingles, interspersed with newer and equally attractive matter. It has been the constant endeavour of the Publishers to combine in these Seriesthe instructive with the amusing Element, wherever this could be effected without taking away, or evei lessening, the charm of the little Books asvehicles for recreation. Great care has been taken toenderlhem worthy to be-what it is confidently hoped they will become-THE MOSTPOPULAR CHILDREN'S TOY-BOOKS F .I'E DAY.Price oneShlng each. HANDSOME JUVENILE PRESENTATION VOLUMES.THE WARWICK HOUSE TO BOOK8. With many Coloured and Plain Illustrations, draw by the most eminent Artists,NEW VOLUMES. printed in the best manner, and handsomely bound, rendering them really good15.- THE NURSERY PICTURE GALLERY AND CHILD'S OWN and extremely cheap volumes.PICTURE COLOUR BOOK, containing a Series of Six Charming Pictures for the Just ready,Nursery (beautifull printed by KOBNEhIM). each subect having been especilly THE CHILT'S POPULAR FAIRY TALES. 16 Colouredchosen on c t of itattractivene or Children. They are so well executed thatthey will the trouble and pense of mounting, arnihing, and framing Illustrations. Cloth gilt, extra. 6s.obtaining by this means, et yey small cost, a Set of- Pictures worthy to adorn thewa on asy Nuery It l- a the same iicture printed i tlie, with GOOD OLD STORIES. 8 Coloured Illustrations. Cloth gi_full instruc ios, olouri ng by the Children themselves, thereby affording them extra. 3s. 6d.both amusemeht a d instruction,S 1.-MASTlER MOtSIE'S SUPPER PARTY, Showi how when Puss HARRY'S LADDER TO LEARNING. With 16 Coloured,"is aAway the Mice willPlay. With mosteusiing Illustration, executed by Kor NE n Plates. Cloth gilt, extra. s.hs Also in the same Series. .OLD NURSERY TALES AND FAMOUS HISTORIES.1. bi)orsa ANmals. 8. TiHE PICTVUE IlotlNso CON ;SOi Eight Coloured Illustrations. Cloth gilt, extra. 3s.6d.s. N FIELD ANIMALS. 9. THE CHILDREN's HOUSEHOLD IETS* SONGS FOR THE LITTLE ONES AT HOME. 16 Colouredi Aa UtSERYM SoNes. 10. THEC HILDREN Ps U EAP. Illustrations. Cloth gilt, extra. 5s.e SsTALS ND SBIOAFS. 12. T P NLAOHL PUPPsES. THE BOY'S OWN BOOK OF NATURAL HISTORY. WithSMES&lPRETTYSTOHES. 18. A B C o0 ANIMAs hv BibDs. numeruus IlluStrations by WILIA HARVEY and others, and Sixteen Coloured1.rWH ANSMA.Ls 14 A B C or PATrr CsEUTi SCENES. -Illustrations. 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'he wio vided into Separate Treatises, and Illsttted with6. NUsEiStr RHYMES ANB RIIAROLES. 67. MAMMA'S NEW PiCTUr ALPHABET. Hundreds Of graings. Post 8vo, 848 pages, extra cloth, gilt edges, price e.The same Books mounted on strong Cloth, each.r _____ __-_ 'A NEW BOQOK ORBBOYS."AUNTY FANNY'S PAINTED TOY BOOKS. -eA 3s,4S Each containng Eiht llustrations, beautifully Printed in Coloursprice d. each. UNIFORM' WIIH "THE GOLDENN AMERICAS."THE NEW VOLUMES IN THIS SBEIES AREI. T Two P IS. THE BS AND THE GIA. THE LD'SPLO E S.2. REVARD REDBACK, the Canning 4. DICW DorrLE, the Idle SPLw. R-Fox. WITR PORTRAITS AND MANY ENGRAVI1?'iS OF THE MOSr INTERESTINGAlso in the same Series. PLACES MENTIONED IN TRAVEL.5. ALPIIABET OF ANIMXLS. 11. NURSEBT TALES AND JINGLES. Amongst other Adventurous iographies will be found Bruco and Abyssinia-TheS. AUNTY FANNY'S A.. B. 12. AUNTY FANNx'S NURSEEB RHYkMES. Astorians-Mlareo Polo-Commo e Aun and his Y Tofge Bound the World-CaptainS7 COCK ROBIN. 13. NAUGHTY CICKENS. Cook and his Discoveries-La oe-Mngo Park--Actic Discoveries, &c.8. PUNCH AND JUDY. 14. THREE LITTLE KITTENS. BY W. DULCEN, PH9. OLD MoYHR.E HUBBARD. 15. BOOK OF BIRDS.S1j. THE Buoo of ANIMALS.The same, mounted on strong ClotS, Is. each. 'Crn 8vo, ooth, gilt edges,S... ___UNIFORM WITH "tHE WORLD'S EXPLORERS."THE NATIONAL NURSERY. TALE S. Just Ready. 3s. 6d.Super-oyl vo, handsomely pri th oloued Illnsaions, price each, or on THE GOLDEN AMERIOA8 :. C lo th (in d e str u c tib le ) I s ... T H G .. .. ..* The attetion of thd Public is partic lr cale. to this beautifl Seris of Childr 's Being the Story of the Disoovery and Development of Southern andR oo s which are ii. eve ery t f rit character. Th Drawings are by eamient Artists, Central America.5.d TIL e Engravings by 56 ALI R T T S Showing how Mexico was wonby Cortes, Peru by Pizarro, the Brails by Pinqon; deserbbin50. E'i' HREDIE BEAHS. 57. 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