Child-Land - Picture-Pages for the Little Ones
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The Project Gutenberg EBook of Child-Land, by Oscar Pletsch and M. RictorThis eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and withalmost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away orre-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License includedwith this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.orgTitle: Child-LandPicture-Pages for the Little OnesAuthor: Oscar PletschM. RictorRelease Date: August 1, 2008 [EBook #26164]Language: English*** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK CHILD-LAND ***Produced by Anne Storer and the Online DistributedProofreading Team at http://www.pgdp.net (This file wasproduced from images generously made available by TheInternet Archive/American Libraries.)coverCHILD-LAND.frontispiece FRONTISPIECE.CHILD-LAND:Picture-Pages for the Little Ones. image Containing nearly 200 Designs by Oscar Pletch,M. Richter, &c., &c.LONDON:S. W. PARTRIDGE & CO., 9, PATERNOSTER ROW.MESSRS. WATSON AND HAZELL, PRINTERS, LONDON AND AYLESBURY.imageCONTENTS.PAGE PAGEA Musical Evening 9 The Harvest Field 101The Little Cooks 10 Taking a Walk 102The Wheel Off 11 Wind and Rain 103The Broken Cup 12 Watching the Gardener 104Baby and his Doll 13 Ellen’s New Bible 105The Kind Brother 14 Not Hurt, I Hope 106Curious John 15 The Sick Boy 107Fast Asleep 16 Under the Umbrella 108Dolly’s Party 17 The Meeting 109Don’t be Greedy 18 Medicine for the Baby 110The Pump 19 The Broken Cradle 111The Lost Ball 20 More Kissing ...

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The Project Gutenberg EBook of Child-Land, by Oscar Pletsch and M. Rictor
This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.org
Title: Child-Land Picture-Pages for the Little Ones
Author: Oscar Pletsch M. Rictor
Release Date: August 1, 2008 [EBook #26164]
Language: English
*** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK CHILD-LAND ***
Produced by Anne Storer and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team at http://www.pgdp.net (This file was produced from images generously made available by The Internet Archive/American Libraries.)
cover
CHILD-LAND.
frontispiece. FRONTISPIECE
CHILD-LAND:
Picture-Pages for the Little Ones.
image
Containing nearly 200 Designs by Oscar Pletch, M. Richter, &c., &c.
LONDON:
S. W. PARTRIDGE & CO., 9, PATERNOSTER ROW.
MESSRS. WATSONANDHAZELL, PRINTERS, LONDONANDAYLESBURY.
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Taking a Walk
A Musical Evening
The Kind Brother
Wind and Rain
The Broken Cup
Baby and his Doll
Dolly’s Party
The Little Cooks
11
Not Hurt, I Hope
9
10
PAGE
The Harvest Field
The Windmill
Medicine for the Baby
The Broken Cradle
14
13
12
Watching the Gardener
Ellen’s New Bible
19
Playing at Bowls
The Strolling Fiddler
The Dunce
More Kissing
Exchanging Dolls
Our Shop
Making Jam
The Sick Boy
15
16
20
18
17
The Meeting
Under the Umbrella
21
22
23
All to Ourselves
Helping Mother
111
110
Curious John
Fast Asleep
PAGE
101
118
The Wheel Off
115
117
119
116
113
112
107
106
105
108
103
102
26
27
The Washing-Tub
What’s in the Cupboard?
Feeding the Birds
104
114
109
CONTENTS.
The Sick Doll
The Pump
Don’t be Greedy
The Lost Ball
Learning to Walk
24
25
129
128
127
125
137
136
139
140
130
Feeding the Rabbits
The Ropery
135
The Pet Bird
The New Jacket
126
Being Washed
Who’ll have the Apple?
31
32
The Reverie
King of the Castle
124
“There’s a Good Doggie”
Out in the Garden
36
“It Doesn’t Tick”
“Teach Me to Draw, Please”28
29
30
Lion’s Kennel
Learning the Lessons
123
121
122
39
40
As Mama Does
41
Baby Brother
120
The Concert
Ready for School
Dressed Up
The Grocer
138
Just the Size
131
133
132
134
48
Feeding the Fowls
46
47
Waiting for the Rain
Albert’s Horse
Shoeing the Horse
Breakfast for Mama
43
44
Just Like Grandpapa
42
Floating the Ducks
Off to School
The Broken Watering-Pot
Offended
The Stew Pan
Our Half-Holiday
On the Wall
“Shall We Ring the Bell?”
Brushing Sister’s Hair
Baby Brother
38
37
The Nosegay
The Broken Doll
Lucy’s New Bonnet
The Interruption
Dolly’s Washing
33
34
35
45
Studious Herbert
An Afternoon Nap
The Pump
The Playthings
Grandmama
Helping Cook
In the Summer-House
The Empty Pocket
A Strange Seat for Dolly
Ellen’s Dream
The Secret
Diligent Charles
Quarrelling
The Sulky Girl
Tired of It
“What Shall We Do?”
The Sick Dolls
146
59
151
155
Making a Pudding
“Mama, I Do Love You So”
John’s New Toy
“How do You do, Poll?”
Teasing Mama
The Artist
149
Asleep
The Little Lamb
Washing Hands
Blind-Man’s-Buff
The Tinman
Fast Asleep
The Bakery
Half-Holiday
“Don’t Forget Me”
148
150
The Apple Cupboard
147
152
154
153
141
144
142
145
Baby’s Flowers
Helping to Cook
“Wake Up, Driver”
143
51
49
52
53
50
66
67
68
The Visit to Grandmama
What Shall I do next?
“Hold It Fast, Prince”
The Two Little Sisters
Coming Out of School
The Snow Man
54
64
160
158
159
157
57
56
55
58
65
69
61
62
63
60
156
161
Very Happy
The Ducklings
In the Nursery
First Steps
Susan’s Shop
181
“Which is the Way, Please?”180
182
183
166
164
79
77
Teasing
78
Baby’s Bath
How Polite!
“A Letter, Sir”
Musing
170
168
169
171
163
165
177
176
175
173
89
90
88
91
162
167
Rather Tight
The Pets
174
178
172
The Winged Letter-Carrier
Waiting
The Kites
Nearly Dressed
The Little Squirrel
Taking a Photograph
The Bookseller
Caught
“You Shan’t Come In”
72
71
70
76
“Be a Good Dolly”
The New Game
Making Snow-Balls
A Rough Ride
A, B, C
Little Alfred’s Prayer
84
The Sledge
86
85
87
Wayside Flowers
Baby and Rattle
Out in the Garden
The Confectioner’s
Only a Toadstool
Being Washed
Watching Pussy
Watching the Moon
“Can’t go Out Yet”
The Schoolmaster
The Saw-Pit
83
82
81
80
75
74
73
Do You Want a Carpenter?
The Organ Man
Grandpapa
Half Afraid
179
Sunday Morning
Giving Doggie a Ride
The Gentle Cow
The Bookbinder’s
How Dark It Is!
Playing at See-Saw
A Ride Down-Hill
The Thief Asleep
Breakfast Time
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
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The Sledge-Chair
Off to Sea
“Want Anything To-day?”
Don’t be Afraid
184
185
186
187
Showing Baby the Pictures188
“Rather Feverish”
Ringing the Bell
School Over
The Boot Cupboard
189
190
191
192
A MUSICAL EVENING.
This is a very pleasant way of spending a winter evening, and my young friends like it much. All young folks should learn music.
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THE LITTLE COOKS.
Lucy and Jane are fond of playing at cooks, and seem very busy this morning. Lucy is standing on a stool stirring something in a pot, and Jane is watching the cups on the little stove. I hope the children will not burn themselves, nor make a mess on the floor, or mama will be very cross.
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