Title: Play and learn A B C book
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 Material Information
Title: Play and learn A B C book
Alternate Title: Play and learn ABC book
Physical Description: 12 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
Language: English
Creator: McLoughlin Bros., inc ( Publisher )
Publisher: McLoughlin Bros.
Place of Publication: New York
Publication Date: c1889
Copyright Date: 1889
 Subjects
Subject: Alphabet rhymes -- 1889   ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1889
Genre: Alphabet rhymes   ( rbgenr )
non-fiction   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York
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General Note: Title from cover.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00054738
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: notis - AJU5027
alephbibnum - 001870303
oclc - 29040163

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A is for Alice,
who's greatly
Admired,
When thus .as a shepherdess
gayly Attired.



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0- B is for Bennie,
who thinks he
knows how
To make a most graceful i-
and elegant bow.




C is for Cora and Candy-
both sweet;
And for Charley,
who's going to
share the
nice treat. L
The Baldwin Libray.
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D is for Donald, who
makes lots
of noise
SWith his Drum, which
he thinks is the finest of toys.







E is for Edwar-d,
who's eaten a bun,
And will finish another
before
he is done.


F is for Fannie, and Fred,
who are fond
Of Feeding the
ducks, at the
edge of
the pond.-




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AN ALPHABET STORY.
A B, and C went out to tea;
D, E, and F were really too deaf.
G, H, and I exclaimed "Oh, my!"
J, K, and L didn't feel very well.
M, N, and 0 didn't want to go;
P, Q, and R said it was too far.
S, T, and U had some lessons to do;
V and W said "We won't trouble you:"
X, Y, and Z stayed at home all three.





G is for George,
a Gay
Sj Grenadier,
SWho vows that
for bullets
he'll never show fear.









snow-man,
I Poor fellow,H
o see a hat.


iOn the Ice, all


beholders with
wonder
mrust fill.
i 'S" I is for Irving. .His grace and





must fill.





J is for Jackie, so Jolly
and gay.
He is ready
for sport
any hour of the day.





K is for Kittie,
who's always
so kind
To her kittens, that
they every word
she says mind.



L is for Laura, a sweet
little maid,
Who is posting
some Letters
k with Leo's
.- -"kind aid.





LITTLE WORDS OF TWO LETTERS.
am an as at is it in if
on or of ox us up by my
be he me we go no to do

LITTLE WORDS OF THREE LETTERS.
man boy toy joy coy gay way
men -,was
mad !war
mud won
may now
map sum
mug saw
bug law
met set let get pet net paw
mop hop pop try fly cry dry
him din fin sin tin bin win
arm can pan fan ran few new





WORDS OF FOUR LETTERS.
play pace game came
same name
camp damp
bend mend
swim whim
meek week
Make wake
fine line hand band meet weed
walk talk halt harm farm warm
deed need feed fill
ride side hide hill
tent lent sent bill
cake bake take pill
peel heel feel rill
chin spin thin
sing ring wing .
wire fire tire .-- .
best nest rest -"-





M is for Maurice,
who, seemingly,
takes
Both pleasure and
pride in the Music he makes














her dear cousin Polly.

P is for Patty, and 'N
Plum-Pudding too:
I should not object
to a Portion-
would you ?
VFW




Q is for Queenie,
and R is
for Roy.
They are learning
to dance,
and their lessons enjoy.

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S is for Sue. She has
started to Sweep,
But I know not how long
at the task
she will keep.

T is for Tina. A Tea-set
has she,
And just like -
her Mamma -
can pour
out the Tea.





OUT-DOORS AND IN-DO RS.
yard path gar-den
steps gate flow-ers
lawn fence grass
tree plant vil-lage C
rake hoe shov-el
house wall chim-ney
stone brick win-dow
roof wood shut-ter
door stairs par-lor
Room hall kitch-en
Floor shelf cup-board
stand ta-ble pic-ture
bird car-pet oil-cloth
cage mir-ror bed-stead
clock man-tel ceil-ing
chair so-fa cra-dle
tub cel-lar fur-nace





TOYS AND GAMES.
ark drum
blocks top
flag gun
mask whip
puz-zle doll bow ar-row pis-tol
ship sword
boat wheel
cards swing
en-gine train cars jump-ing-rope
hoop stove
ball horse
golf tools ,. .
quoits tag
mar-bles skates sled kite trum-pet
wag-on sol-diers
cro-quet tea-set
ten-nis ,, check-ers
nine-pins ~ go-bang






A- U is for Ursula,
W ..4. laden with
S- flowers,
.. In gathering which
she has spent
happy hours.



V is for Vera, who
always feels gay N
When the postman
comes round on







a Winter Girl she.
Day.may be.
NV is for Winnie:
a \Vinter Girl she.
I. WCAho loves the
fresh air,
though
Scold it
may be.





X is for X-MAS, when
dear old Saint Nick
Comes round
with his gifts.
Don't you think
he's a brick ?

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Y is for Yolande, and also
for You.
She's a lover of flowers, and,
no doubt,
-.You are
too.


Z is for Zillah,
who bows you
good-bye.
She hopes you'll learn
fast, and you will .
if you "try




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