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  • Dark princess.

    OCLC number
    892047408
    Language
    eng
    Format
    pages
  • Dark princess : a romance

    OCLC number
    255718278
    Publisher
    Oxford Univ. Press
    Date
    2007
    Language
    eng
    Format
    XXXI, 237 Seiten.
    Subject
    African American medical students--Fiction.; African Americans--Fiction.; Racism--Fiction.; Women--India--Fiction.
  • Dark princess : a romance

    OCLC number
    994806625
    Language
    eng
    Format
    xxxi, 237 p. ; 24 cm
    Subject
    Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963.; African Americans.; Africa.
    Description
    [Reprinted].
  • Hei gong zhu ; 黑公主 ; Dark princess

    OCLC number
    298143459
    Publisher
    Zhong guo dui wai fan yi chu ban gong si; 中国对外翻译出版公司
    Date
    1998; 1998
    Language
    chi
    Format
    330页 ; 20 cm.
    Description
    戴维·G.杜波依斯授权出版.
  • The Arbuthnot anthology of children's literature

    OCLC number
    201931
    Language
    eng
    Format
    xxiv, 1271 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm
    Subject
    Children's literature.
    Description
    Third edition.; "Composed principally of abridgements of these six books: Time for poetry, Time for old magic, Time for new magic, Time for stories of the past and present, Time for biography [and] Time for discovery: informational books."; A collection of poetry, folklore, fantasy, short stories, biographies, and other non-fiction. Includes a history and discussion of children's literature and suggestions for using this literature with children.; Part One: Time for Poetry : All sorts of people : The People / Elizabeth Madox Roberts -- Neighborly / Violet Alleyn Storey -- Mother shake the cherry-tree / Christina Georgina Rosetti -- "Sh" / James S. Tippett -- Shop windows / Fose Fyleman -- Smells (Junior) / Christopher Morley -- Shoes / Tom Robinson -- Father / Frances M. Frost -- Automobile mechanics / Dorothy Baruch -- Taught me purple / Evelyn Tooley Hunt -- Mother to son / Langston Hughes -- What does the bee do? / Christina Georgina Rosetti -- Andre / Gwendolyn Brooks -- So run along and play / David McCord -- Little / Dorothy Aldis -- Little brother's secret / Katherine Mansfield -- Girls's names / Eleanor Farjeon -- Boys's names / Eleanor Farjeon -- The Twins / Elizabeth Madox Roberts -- Tired Tim / Walter de la Mare -- Bunches of grapes / Walter de la Mare -- The Cupboard / Walter de la Mare -- Amy Elizabeth Ermyntrude Annie / Quennie Scott Hopper -- Where's Mary? / Ivy O. Eastwick -- Portrait by a neighbor / Edna St. Vincent Millay -- Aunt Sue's stories / Langston Hughes -- Miss Norma Jean Puch, first grade teacher / Mary O'Neill -- Class assignment / Marci Ridlon -- Lemons and apples / Mary Neville -- Doorbells / Rachel Field -- The Scissor-man / Madeline Nightingale -- The Postman / Laura E. Richards -- Eight o'clock / Christina Georgina Rosetti -- The New neighbor / Rose Fyleman -- Oh, Susan Blue / Kate Greenaway -- At Mrs. Appleby's / Elizabeth Upham McWebb -- Diana Fitzpatrick Mauleverer James / A.A. Milne -- Miss T / Walter de la Mare -- P's the proud policeman / Phyllis McGinley -- The Policeman / Marjorie Seymour Watts -- Varge / Patricia Hubbell -- The Balloon man / Dorothy Aldis -- The Dentist / Rose Fyleman -- The Cobbler / Eleanor Alletta Chaffee -- Manuel system / Carl Sandburg -- The Toll taker / Patricia Hubbell -- The Shepherd / William Blake -- Old Jake Sutter / Kaye Starbird -- A piper / Seumans O'Sullivan -- Gypsy Jane / William Brightly Rands -- Being gypsy / Barbara Young -- Dark Danny / Ivy O. Eastwick -- Meg Merrilies / John Keats -- The Fiddler of Dooney / William Butler Yeats -- The Raggle taggle gypsies / Old folk song -- The Crafty farmer / Ballad -- Get up and bar the door / Ballad -- Robin Hood rescuing the widow's three sons / Ballad -- Sir Patrick Spence / Ballad -- The Wife of Usher's Well / Ballad -- A Song of Sherwood / Alfred Noyes -- The Andmiral's ghost / Alfred Noyes -- The Highwayman / Alfred Noyes -- The Ballad of east and west / Rudyard Kipling -- The Piped piper of Hamelin / Robert Browning -- "How they brought the good news from Ghent to Aix" / Robert Browning -- A Lady comes to an inn / Elizabeth Coatsworth -- The Goatherd / Grace Hazard Conkling -- New Mexico / Polly Chase Boyden -- Noonday sun / Kathryn and Bryon Jackson -- Woopee Ti Yi Yo, git along little dogies / Unknown -- Open range / Kathryn and Bryon Jackson -- The Cowboy's life / James Barton Adams -- A Song of greatness / Mary Austin -- Indian children / Annette Wynne -- Cottonwood leaves / Badger Clark -- Hiawatha's childhood / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow -- The Pioneer / Arthur Guiterman -- Buffalo dusk / Carl Sandburg -- The Good Joan / Lizette Woodworth Reese -- Columbus / Annette Wynne -- Columbus / Joaquin Miller -- Atlantic Charter, A.d. 1620-1942 / Francis Brett Young -- The Landing of the pilgrim fathers / Felicia Dorothea Hemans -- Paul Revere's ride / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow -- A Ballad of Johnny Appleseed / Helmer O. Oleson -- Washington / Nancy Byrd Turner -- Thomas Jefferson 1743-1826 / Rosemary Carr and Stephen Vincent Benâet -- Benjamin Franklin 1706-1790 / Rosemary Carr and Stephen Vincent Benâet -- Nancy Hanks 1784-1818 / Rosemary Carr and Stephen Vincent Benâet -- A Reply to Nancy Hanks / Julius Silberger -- I saw a ghost / Joan Boilleau -- Lincoln / Nancy Byrd Turner -- Abraham Lincoln / Mildred Plew Meigs -- Abraham Lincoln, 1809-1865 / Rosemary Carr and Stephen Vincent Benâet -- And yet fools say / George S. Holmes -- Alexander Graham Bell did not invent the telephone / Robert P. Tristram Coffin -- I hear America singing / Walt Whitman; The Animal fair : Bow, wow, wow! / Mother Goose -- Pussy has a whiskered face / Christina Georgina Rossetti -- The Extraordinary dog / Nancy Byrd Turner -- Jippy and Jimmy / Laura E. Richards -- Puppy and I / A.A. Milne -- Vern / Gwendolyn Brooks -- A Maltese dog (Trans. by) / Edmund Blunden -- The Buccaneer / Nancy Byrd Turner -- My dog / Marchette Chutte -- Tom's little dog / Walter de la Mare -- The Hairy dog / Herbert Asquith -- Sunning / James S. Tippett -- The Bandog / Walter de la Mare -- Dogs and weather / Winifred Welles -- Lone dog / Irene Rutherford McLeod -- The Animal store / Rachel Field -- "Pussy-cat, pussy-cat" / Mother Goose -- A Kitten / Eleanor Farjeon -- Cat and the weather / Mary Swenson -- The Lost cat / E.V. Rieu -- Cat's funeral / E.V. Rieu -- In honour of Taffy Topaz / Christopher Morley -- The Mysterious cat / Vachel Lindsay -- Cat / Mary Britton Miller -- "Who are you?" asked the cat of the bear / Elizabeth Coatsworth -- When my canary / Shiki -- Little Lady Wren / Tom Robinson -- Wrens and robins in the hedge / Christina Georgina Rossetti -- The Secret / Unknown -- What robin told / George Cooper -- "Talents differ" / Laura E. Richards -- Crows / David McCord -- Mrs. Peck-Rigeon / Eleanor Farjeon -- Chickadee / Hilda Conkling -- The Woodpecker / Elizabeth Madox Roberts -- The Blackbird / Humbert Wolfe -- A Bird came down the walk / Emily Dickinson -- The Snow-Bird / Frank Dempster Sherman -- Wild geese / Elinor Chipp -- The Sandhill crane / Mary Austin -- The Pheasant / Robert P. Tristram Coffin -- Gull / William Jay Smith -- The Sea gull curves his wings / Elizabeth Coatsworth -- The Eagle / Alfred Lord Tennyson -- Mouse / Hilda Conkling -- Mice / Rose Fyleman -- The Mouse / Elizabeth Coatsworth -- Message from a mouse, ascending in a rocket / Patricia Hubbell -- A Little squirrel / Child in Winnetka Nursery -- The Story of the baby squirrel / Dorothy Aldis -- The Squirrel / Unknown -- Joe / David McCord -- Fred / David McCord -- Chucklehead / Patricia Robbins -- Little Charlie Chipmunk / Helen Cowles LeCron -- The Rabbit / Elizabeth Madox Roberts -- White season / Frances M. Frost -- A Story in the snow / Pearl Riggs Crouch -- The Hare / Walter de la Mare -- The Snare / James Stephens -- The Rabbit's song outside the tavern / Elizabeth Coatsworth -- The Skunk / Robert P. Tristram Coffin -- The Jolly woodchuck / Marion Edey and Dorothy Grider -- Prairie-dog town / Mary Austin -- The Little fox / Marion Edey and Dorothy Grider -- Night of wind / Frances M. Frost -- Four little foxes / Lew Sarett -- The Wolf / George R. Durston -- Little things / James Stephens -- Feather or fur / John Becker -- Firefly / Elizabeth Madox Roberts -- Fuzzy wuzzy creepy crawly / Lilian Schulz Vanada -- Butterfly / Hilda Conkling -- Butterfly / William Jay Smith -- Green moth / Winifred Welles -- Little snail / Hilda Conkling -- Snail / Langston Hughes -- The Little turtle / Vachel Lindsay -- Grandfather frog / Louise Seaman Bechtel -- Our Mr. Toad / David McCord -- The Newt / David McCord -- Snake / D.H. Lawrence -- The Ant village / Marion Edey and Dorothy Grider -- A Son just born to a duck / Mary Britton Miller -- Good morning / Muriel Sipe -- The Barnyard / Maude Burnham -- Minnie and Mattie / Christina Georgina Rossetti -- The Chickens / Rose Fyleman -- The Eggs / Laura E. Richards -- Chicken / Walter de la Mare -- Chanticleer / John Farrar -- Chanticleer / Katherine Tynan -- The Hens / Elizabeth Madox Roberts -- The Ducks / Alice Wilkins -- Ducks at dawn / James S. Tippett -- Ducks' ditty / Kenneth Grahame -- Quack! / Walter de la Mare -- Baa, baa, black sheep / Mother Goose -- The Cow / Robert Louis Stevenson -- Buttercup cow / Elizabeth Rendall -- The New baby calf / Edith H. Newlin -- The Pasture / Robert Frost -- The Young calf / Edith H. Newlin -- Green afternoon / Frances M. Frost -- Green Hill neighbors / Frances M. Frost -- Pony clouds / Patricia Hubbell -- This is the way the ladies ride / Mother Goose -- Foal / Mary Britton Miller -- Trot along pony / Marion Edey and Dorothy Grider -- The Runaway / Robert Frost -- Excuse us, animals in the zoo / Annette Wynne -- The Elephant's trunk / Alice Wilkins -- Holding hands / Lenore M. Link -- The Elephant / Hilaire Belloc -- The Elephant / Herbert Asquith -- The Monkeys / Edith Osborne Thompson -- The Hippopotamus / George R. Durston -- The Seals / Dorothy Aldis -- Seal lullaby / Rudyard Kipling -- The Kangaroo / Elizabeth Coatsworth -- Here she is / Mary Britton Miller -- The Tiger / William Blake -- The Wolf and the crane / Ennis Rees -- The Wolf and the lioness / Ennis Rees -- The Lion and the fox / Ennis Rees -- The Fox and the rooster / Ennis Rees -- The Prayer of the cock / Carmen Bernos de Gasztold -- The Prayer of the cat / Carmen Bernos de Gasztold -- The Prayer of the little ducks / Carmen Bernos de Gasztold -- The Prayer of the donkey / Carmen Bernos de Gasztold -- A Prayer to go to paradise with the donkeys / Richard Wilbur -- The Flower-fed buffaloes / Vachel Lindsay; Traveling we go : Jog on, jog on the foot-path way / William Shakespeare -- A Modern dragon / Rowena Bastin Bennet -- Night train / Robert Francis -- Trains / Rose Burgunder -- Texas trains and trails / Mary Austin -- From a railway carriage / Robert Louis Stevenson -- Trains at night / Frances M. Frost -- Trains / James S. Tippett -- The Ways of trains / Elizabeth Coatsworth -- Travel / Edna St. Vincent Millay -- Taking off / Unknown -- Up in the air / James S. Tippett -- Aeroplane / Mary McB. Green -- Silver ships / Mildred Plew Meigs -- Cockpit in the clouds / Dick Dorrance -- Night plane / Frances M. Frost -- To beachey, 1912 / Carl Sandburg -- Boats / Rowena Bastin Bennet -- Ferry-boats / James S. Tippett -- Whistles / Rachel Field -- A Wet sheet and a flowering sea / Allan Cunningham -- A Horse would tire / Elizabeth Coatsworth -- Sea-fever / John Masefield -- Cargoes / John Masefield -- Red iron ore / Carl Sandburg -- Stop-go / Dorothy Baruch -- Motor cars / Rowena Bastin Bennet -- The Birthday bus / Mary Ann Hoberman -- J's the jumping jay-walker / Phyllis McGinley -- Taxis / Rachel Field -- B's the bus / Phyllis McGinley -- E is for the escalator / Phyllis McGinley -- R is for the restaurant / Phyllis McGinley -- Moving / Eunice Tietjens -- Country trucks / Monica Shannon -- City streets and country roads / Eleanor Farjeon -- Roads go ever ever on / J.R.R. Tolkien -- And now you live dispersed on ribbon roads / T.S. Eliot -- Wonder where this horseshoe went / Edna St. Vincent Millay -- Farewell to the farm / Robert Louis Stevenson -- Johnny Fife and Johnny's wife / Mildred Plew Meigs -- Adventure / Harry Behn -- Hie away, hie away / Sir Walter Scott -- Ring around the world / Annette Wynne -- Travel / Robert Louis Stevenson -- Wander-thirst / Gerald Gould -- Afoot and light-hearted, I take to the open road / Walt Whitman -- Maps / Dorothy Brown Thompson -- Parting / Wang Wei -- Long trip / Langston Hughes -- Sailing homeward / Chan Fang-sheng; Let's Play : Girls and boys, come out to play / Mother Goose -- My zipper suit / Marie Louise Allen -- School is over / Kate Greenaway -- As round as n apple, as deep as a cup / Mother Goose -- A Riddle, a riddle, as I suppose / Mother Goose -- Higher than a house / Mother Goose -- Lives in winter / Mother Goose -- A Hill fulll, a hole full / Mother Goose -- Thirty white horses upon a red hill / Mother Goose -- Hick-a-more, hack-a-more / Mother Goose -- Old mother Twitchett had but one eye / Mother Goose -- Little Nanny Etticoat / Mother Goose -- Runs all day and never walks / American Mother Goose -- I have a little sister they call her"Peep-peep" / American Mother Goose -- Rhyming riddles / Mary Austin -- To market, to market, to buy a fat pig / Mother Goose -- The Grand Old Duke of York / Mother Goose -- Hippety hop to the butcher shop / Mother Goose -- Hippety / A.A. Milne -- Hoppity / A.A. Milne -- Dance to your daddie / Mother Goose -- Ride a cock horse / Mother Goose -- Ride away, ride away / Mother Goose -- Husky Hi / Rose Fyleman -- Master I have, and I am his man / Mother Goose -- Jack be nimble / Mother Goose -- Little jumping Joan / Mother Goose -- Jump?jump?jump? / Kate Greenaway -- Jump or jingle / Evelyn Beyer -- Tiptoe / Karla Kuskin -- Sliding / Myra Cohn Livingston -- Climbing / Aileen Fisher -- Every time I climb a tree / David McCord -- Pease porridge hot / Mother Goose -- Higgledy, piggledy, my black hen / Mother Goose -- Intery, mintery, cutery corn / Mother Goose -- 1, 2, 3, 4, 5! / Mother Goose -- One, two / Mother Goose -- The A B C bunny / Wanda Gag -- Choosing / Eleanor Farjeon -- Lamplighter barn / Myra Cohn Livingston -- Teddy bear / Harry Behn -- Telegram / William Wise -- Us two / A.A. Milne -- Merry are the bells / Anonymous -- All the bells were ringing / Christina Georgina Rossetti -- The Little red sled / Jocelyn Bush -- Skating / Herbert Asquith -- The Base stealer / Robert Francis -- Wings and wheels / Nancy Byrd Turner -- Different bicycles / Dorothy Baruch -- The Swing / Robert Louis Stevenson -- Upside down / Rose Burgunder -- Swing song / Harry Behn -- Follow the leader / Harry Behn -- The Huntsmen / Walter de la Mare -- At the sea-side / Robert Louis Stevenson -- Picnic day / Rachel Field -- The Picnic / Dorothy Aldis -- Upon the beach / Ilo Orleans -- Skipping along alone / Winifred Welles -- Shore / Mary Britton Miller -- Beach fire / Frances M. Frost -- Where do the boats go? / Robert Louis Stevenson -- The World is full of wonderful smells / Zhenya Gay -- The Little whistler / Frances M. Frost -- New shoes / Alice Wilkins -- Happiness / A.A. Milne -- Choosing shoes / Ffrida Wolfe -- Marching song / Robert Louis Stevenson -- My shadow / Robert Louis Stevenson -- Shadow dance / Ivy O. Eastwick -- Sniff / Frances M. Frost -- The Toaster / William Jay Smith -- Hiding / Dorothy Aldis -- Fun in a garret / Emma C. Dowd -- A Good play / Robert Louis Stevenson -- Pirate story / Robert Louis Stevenson -- The Land of story-books / Robert Louis Stevenson -- Bedtime / Eleanor Farjeon -- Mrs. Brown / Rose Fyleman -- Merry-go-round / Dorothy Baruch -- C is for circus / Phyllis McGinley -- The Circus parade / Olive Beauprâe Miller -- Our circus / Laura Lee Randall -- I meant to do my work to-day / Richard Le Gallinne -- Jill came from the fair / Eleanor Farjeon -- After all and after all / Mary Carolyn Davies -- Laughing song / William Blake; How ridiculous : Hey, diddle, diddle / Mother Goose -- Tom he was a piper's son / Mother Goose -- The Little kittens / Eliza Lee Follen -- The Cat's tea-party / Frederick E. Weatherly -- The Duel / Eugene Field -- The Owl and the pussy-cat / Edward Lear -- The Rum tum tugger / T.S. Eliot -- Macavity: the mystery cat / T.S. Eliot -- A Farmer went trotting upon his gray mare / Mother Goose -- I saw a ship a-sailing / Mother Goose -- Two from the zoo / Eve Merriam -- Kindess to animals / Laura E. Richards -- Higgledy, piggledy! see how they run / Kate Greenaway -- My donkey / Rose Fyleman -- All wool / Abbie Farwell Brown -- The Purple cow / Gelett Burgess -- How much wood would a wood-chuck chuck / American Mother Goose -- The Tree toad / Monica Shannon -- Only my opinion / Monica Shannon -- The Bumblebeaver / Kenyon Cox -- Alas, alack / Walter de la Mare -- Some fishy nonsense / Laura E. Richards -- There once was a puffin / Eleanor Farjeon -- Three little puffins / Eleanor Farjeon -- The Octopus / Ogden Nash -- The Octopussycat / Kenyon Cox -- How doth the little crocodile / Lewis Carroll -- "The time has come, " the Walrus said / Lewis Carroll -- The Monkeys and the crocodile / Laura E. Richards -- So many monkeys / Marion Edey and Dorothy Grider -- The Ship of Rio / Walter de la Mare -- Habits of the hippopotamus / Arthur Guiterman -- The Kangarooster / Kenyon Cox -- When a goose meets a mouse / Zhenya Gay -- Grizzly bear / Mary Austin -- Raccoon / William Jay Smith -- How to tell the wild animals / Carolyn Wells -- I asked my mother for fifteen cents / American Mother Goose -- Eletelephony / Laura E. Richards -- Jabberwocky / Lewis Carroll -- The Spangled Pandemonium / Palmer Brown -- A Centipede / Unknown -- Don't ever cross a crocodile / Kaye Starbird -- Tony the turtle / E.V. Rieu -- Soliloquy of a tortoise / E.V. Rieu -- Meditations of a tortoise / E.V. Rieu -- Night thought of a tortoise / E.V. Rieu -- The Flattered flying fish / E.V. Rieu -- The Ostrich is a silly bird / E.V. Rieu -- The Bonnie cravat / Mother Goose -- Ding dong, bell! / Mother Goose -- A Dillar, a dollar, a ten o'clock scholar / Mother Goose -- Bye, baby bunting / Mother Goose -- "Old woman, old woman, shall we go a-shearing?" / Mother Goose -- Hark, hark! the dogs do bark / Mother Goose -- There was an old man named Michael Finnegan / American Mother Goose -- Meditatio / Ezra Pound -- Relativity / Anonymous -- There was an old man in a tree / Edward Lear -- There was an old man with a beard / Edward Lear -- There was a young lady of Norway / Edward Lear -- Jonathan / Rose Fyleman -- Tommy was a silly boy / Kate Greenaway -- Tombstone / Lucia M. and James L. Hymes, Jr. -- Mummy slept late and daddy fixed breakfast / John Ciardi -- Antonio / Laura E. Richards -- Diamond cut diamond / Ewart Milne -- Stately verse / Unknown -- The Folk who live in backward town / Mary Ann Hoberman -- The Story of Augustus / Heinrich Hoffman -- Godfrey Gordon Gustavus Gore / William Brightly Rands -- Momotara / Rose Fyleman -- Ambition / Edith Agnew -- Curious something / Winifred Welles -- Phizzog / Carl Sandburg -- The Twins / Henry Sambrooke Leigh -- Me (Alexander Soames) / Karla Kuskin -- Mrs. Snipkin and Mrs. Wobblechin / Laura E. Richards -- Going too far / Mildred Howells -- Mr. Pyme / Harry Behn -- Jonathan Bing / Beatrice Curtis Brown -- Old Quin Queeribus / Nancy Byrd Turner -- "You are old, Father Williams, " the young man said / Lewis Carroll -- The Pirate Don Durk of Dowdee / Mildred Plew Meigs -- The Jumblies / Edward Lear -- Robinson Crusoe's island / Charles E. Carryl -- The Cremation of Sam McGee / Robert Service -- Brown's descent (or the Willy-Nilly slide) / Robert Frost; Magic and make-believe : Faries / Hilda Conkling -- Have you watched the faries? / Rose Fyleman -- I keep three wishes ready / Annette Wynne -- Could it have been a shadow / Monica Shannon -- The Best game the faries play / Rose Fyleman -- Yesterday in Oxford street / Rose Fyleman -- For a mocking voice / Eleanor Farjeon -- When a ring's around the moon / Mary Jane Carr -- Midsummer magic / Ivy O. Eastwick -- Crab-apple / Ethel Talbot -- Stocking fairy / Winifred Welles -- The Plumpuppets / Christopher Morley -- The Dream woman / Patricia Hubbell -- The Horseman / Walter de la Mare -- Kiph / Walter de la Mare -- The Gnome / Harry Behn -- The Gnome / Rose Fyleman -- A Goblinade / Florence Page Jaques -- Overheard on a saltmarch / Harold Monro -- The Little elman / John Kendrick Bangs -- The Elf and the dormouse / Oliver Herford -- How to tell goblins from elves / Monica Shannon -- The Man who hid his own front door / Elizabeth MacKinstry -- I had a little nut tree, nothing would it bear / Mother Goose -- Sleepyhead / Walter de la Mare -- Some one / Walter de la Mare -- Where the bee sucks, there suck I / William Shakespeare -- The Bagpipe man / Nancy Byrd Turner -- The Ballad of harp-weaver / Edna St. Vincent Millay -- Tillie / Walter de la Mare -- Perry-the-winkle / J.R.R. Tolkien -- Behind the waterfall / Winifred Welles -- The Little green orchard / Walter de la Mare -- Sam / Walter de la Mare -- Southbound on the freeway / May Swenson -- The Unicorn / Ella Young -- Introduction to songs of innocence / William Blake -- The Song of wandering Aengus / William Butler Yeats; Wind and Water : With hey, ho, the wind and the rain / William Shakespeare -- Weather / Hilda Conkling -- Water / Hilda Conkling -- Little wind, blow on the hill-top / Kate Greenaway -- Blow wind, blow, and go mill, go / Mother Goose -- A Kite / Unknown -- Who has seen the wind? / Christina Georgina Rossetti -- The Wind / Robert Louis Stevenson -- The Kite / Harry Behn -- Seascape / Barbara Juster Esbensen -- Windy morning / Harry Behn -- Holiday / Ella Young -- Windy nights / Robert Louis Stevenson -- The Wind has such a rainy sound / Christina Georgina Rossetti -- Wind-wolves / William D. Sargent -- Do you fear the wind? / Hamlin Garland -- Storm / Hilda Doolittle Aldington -- O wind, why do you never rest / Christina Georgina Rossetti -- White sheep, white sheep / Unknown -- Rain, rain, go away / Mother Goose -- One misty moisty morning / Mother Goose -- A Shower / Izembo -- The Rain / Unknown -- Rain / Robert Louis Stevenson -- Mud / Polly Chase Boyden -- Who likes the rain? / Clara Doty Bates -- Spring rain / Marchette Chute -- The Reason / Dorothy Aldis -- Galoshes / Rhoda W. Bacmeister -- U is for umbrella / Phyllis McGinley -- Very lovely / Rose Fyleman -- Rain in the night / Amelia Josephine Burr -- The Umbrella brigade / Laura E. Richards -- Little rain / Elizabeth Madox Roberts -- Spring rain / Harry Behn -- A Drop of rain! / Nobuyuki Yuasa -- City rain / Rachel Field -- The Rains of spring / Lady Ise -- It is raining / Lucy Sprague Mitchell -- April rain song / Langston Hughes -- Rain / Ella Young -- Rain riders / Clinton Scollard -- The Rain / William Henry Davies -- In time of silver rain / Langston Hughes -- Fog / Carl Sandburg -- The Yellow fog / T.S. Elliot -- The Fog / William Henry Davies -- Boats sail on the rivers / Christina Georgina Rossetti -- The Rainbow / Walter de la Mare -- My heart leaps up when I behold / William Wordsworth -- The Tide in the river / Eleanor Farjeon -- The Noise of waters / James Joyce -- I do not know much about gods / T.S. Elliot -- Composed upon Westminster Bridge / William Wordsworth -- Brooklyn Bridge at dawn / Richard Le Gallienne; Round the clock : The Big clock / Unknown -- Bell horses, bell horses, what time of day? / Mother Goose -- The Cock doth crow / Mother Goose -- Cocks crow in the morn / Mother Goose -- A Child's day, part!! / Walter de la Mare -- Singing-time / Rose Fyleman -- A Summer morning / Rachel Field -- The Sun / John Drinkwater -- Getting up / Rose Burgunder -- Afternoon / Monroe Stearns -- This happy day / Harry Behn -- The Nightingale / Monroe Stearns -- W's for windows / Phyllis McGinley -- The Park / James S. Tippett -- Hard from the southeast blows the wind / Elizabeth Coatsworth -- Setting the table / Dorothy Aldis -- Evening hymn / Elizabeth Madox Roberts -- Prelude I / T.S. Eliot -- Snow toward evening / Melville Cane -- Check / James Stephens -- Star-light, star-bright / American Mother Goose -- The Star / Jane Taylor -- Escape at bedtime / Robert Louis Stevenson -- Until we built a cabin / Aileen L. Fisher -- The Falling star / Sarah Teasdale -- Stars / Sarah Teasdale -- Moon-come-out / Eleanor Farjeon -- Good night Dorothy / Mason Pierce -- I see the moon / Unknown -- Crescent moon / Elizabeth Madox Roberts -- The White window / James Stephens -- Full moon / Walter de la Mare -- Silver / Walter de la Mare -- Last song / James Guthrie -- Finis / Sir Henry Newbolt; Round the calendar : Spring is showers, flowery, bowery / Mother Goose -- Open the door / Marion Edey and Dorothy Grider -- How many days has my baby to play? / Mother Goose -- January brings the snow / Mother Goose -- O dear me! / Walter de la Mare -- September / Edwina Fallis -- Autumn fires / Robert Louis Stevenson -- Down! down! / Eleanor Farjeon -- Autumn woods / James S. Tippett -- The City of falling leaves / Amy Lowell -- The Morns are meeker than they were / Emily Dickinson -- Fall / Aileen L. Fisher -- Splinter / Carl Sandburg -- My brother / Dorothy Aldis -- Black and gold / Nancy Byrd Turner -- Theme in yellow / Carl Sandburg -- Halloween / Harry Behn -- This is Halloween / Dorothy Brown Thompson -- The Ride-by-nights / Walter de la Mare -- The Last word of a bluebird / Robert Frost -- Something told the wild geese / Rachel Field -- Prediction / Barbara Juster Esbensen -- Praise ye the Lord / Psalm 150 -- Make a joyful noise unto the Lord / Psalm 100 -- Bless the Lord, o my soul / Psalm 103 -- Praise ye the Lord / Psalm 147 -- The Earth is the Lord's and the fullness thereof / Psalm 24 -- The Lord is my shepherd / Psalm 23 -- The Mitten song / Marion Louise Allen -- Ice / Dorothy Aldis -- First snow / Marie Louise Allen -- First snow / Ivy O. Eastwick -- Snow / Dorothy Aldis -- Snow / Alice Wilkins -- Snow in the city / Rachel Field -- Cynthia in the snow / Gwendolyn Brooks -- Falling snow / Unknown -- Announded by all the trumpets of the sky / Ralph Waldo Emerson -- For Hanukkah / H.N. Bialik -- Dreidel song / Efraim Rosenzweig -- A Song of always / Efraim Rosenzweig -- Blessings for Chanukah / Jessie E. Sampler -- An Old Christmas greeting / Unknown -- Christmas / Mother Goose -- The Christmas pudding / Unknown -- Carol, brothers, Carol / William Muhlenberg -- Heap on more wood! the wind is chill, / Sir Walter Scott -- But give me holly, bold and jolly / Christina Georgina Rossetti -- Bundles / John Farrar -- A Visit from St. Nicholas / Clement C. Moore -- Here we come a-caroling / An old Christmas carol -- Ceremonies for Christmas / Robert Herrick -- In the week when Christmas comes / Eleanor Farjeon -- Song / Eugene Field -- Cradle hymn / Martin Luther -- Long, long ago / Unknown -- A Christmas folk-song / Lizette Woodworth Reese -- A Christmas carol / Gilbert K. Chesterton -- The Shepherd and the king / Eleanor Farjeon -- Some say, that ever 'ganist that season / William Shakespeare -- Christmas in the woods / Frances M. Frost -- Gladde things / Unknown -- Christmas carol / Unknown -- New Year's Day / Rachel Field -- Cold winter now is in the wood / Elizabeth Coatsworth -- Winter night / Mary Frances Butts -- Stopping by woods on a snowy evening / Robert Frost -- Velvet shoes / Elinor Wylie -- Winter night / Collister Hutchinson -- Waiting / Harry Behn -- A Sure sign / Nancy Byrd Turner -- A Valentine / Eleanor Hammond -- My valentine / Mary Carolyn Davies -- Hearts were made to give away / Annette Wynne -- I'll wear a shamrock / Mary Carolyn Davies -- Wise Johnny / Edwina Fallis -- Daffadowndilly / Mother Goose -- Daffodils / Kirurio -- Growing in the vale / Christina Georgina Rossetti -- I saw green banks of daffodil / E. Windham Tennant -- daddodils / William Shakespeare -- Spring / Harry Behn -- For, lo, the winter is past / Song of Songs -- Robin's song / E.L.M. King -- Crocuses / Josa -- Written in March / William Wordsworth -- I will go with my father a-ploughing / Joseph Campbell -- Seeds / Walter de la Mare -- Spring / William Blake -- Meeting the Easter bunny / Rowena Bastin Bennett -- On the road to Nara / Matsuo Basho -- South wind / Tu Fu -- April / Sarah Teasdale -- Easter / Hilda Conkling -- Easter / Joyce Kilmer -- Lilies / Shiko -- The Fall of the plum blossoms / Ranko -- Oh, fair to see / Christina Georgina Rossetti -- The Iris / Gasetsu -- Under the greenwood tree / William Shakespeare -- Trees / Harry Behn -- What do we plant? / Henry Abbey -- The Flag goes by / Henry Holcomb Bennett -- The Days are clear / Christina Georgina Rossetti -- There is but one May in the year / Christina Georgina Rossetti -- That May morning / Leland B. Jacobs -- Dandelion / Hilda Conkling -- Dandelions / Frances M. Frost -- Millions of strawberries / Genevieve Taggard -- The Little rose tree / Rachel Field -- That was summer / Marci Ridlon -- Fourth of July night / Dorothy Aldis -- What is pink? a rose is pink / Christina Georgina Rossetti; Wisdom and beauty : Happy thoughts / Robert Louis Stevenson -- I am / Hilda Conkling -- Lesson from a sun-dial / Louis Untermeyer -- Of quarrels / Arthur Guiterman -- Of giving / Arthur Guiterman -- Short sermon / Louis Untermeyer -- Of course / Arthur Guiterman -- Of courtesy / Louis Untermeyer -- Good advice / Louis Untermeyer -- Motto / Louis Untermeyer -- Day-dreamer / Louis Untermeyer -- He who had never known hunger / Elizabeth Coatsworth -- Collection of proverbs / The Bible -- Fret not thyself because of evildoers / Psalm 37 -- The World turns and the world changes / T.S. Eliot -- An Emerald is as green as grass / Christina Georgina Rossetti -- The Pilgrim / John Bunyan -- The Sword sang on the barren heath / William Blake -- A Red, red rose / Robert Burns -- Violets, daffodils / Elizabeth Coatsworth -- A Charm for spring flowers / Rachel Field -- I'm nobody! Who are you? / Emily Dickinson -- Night / Sarah Teasdale -- Loveliness / Hilda Conkling -- Be like the bird / Victor Hugo -- A Blackbird suddenly / Joseph Auslander -- Dust of snow / Robert Frost -- I heard a bird sing / Emily Dickinson -- Days / Karle Wilson Baker -- The Coin / Sarah Teasdale -- Leisure / William Henry Davies -- Beauty / E-Yeh-Shurâe -- Swift things are beautiful / Elizabeth Coatsworth -- Hold fast your dreams / Louise Driscoll -- Heaven / Langston Hughes -- If humility and purity be not in the heart / T.S. Eliot -- The Creation / James Weldon Johnson -- Wisdom / Langston Hughes -- I believe a leaf of grass is no less than the journey-work of the stars / Walt Whitman -- How gray the rain / Elizabeth Coatsworth -- The Warm of heart shall never lack a fire / Elizabeth Coatsworth -- House blessing / Arthur Guiterman -- Who hath a book / Wilbur D. Nesbit -- To the wayfarer / Unknown -- The Splendor falls on castle walls / Alfred Lord Tennyson -- Hope is the thing with feathers / Emily Dickinson -- A Word / Emma C. Dowd -- The Wonderful world / William Brightly Rands -- My land is fair for any eyes to see / Jesse Stuart -- The Negro speaks of rivers / Langston Hughes -- To dark eyes dreaming / Zilpha Keatley Snyder -- The Golden hive / Harry Behn -- The Lake Isle of Innisfree / William Butler Yeats -- The Day will bring some lovely thing / Grace Noll Crowell -- Good night / Victor Hugo; Miscellaneous poems : "I" says the poem / Eve Merriam -- And Timid, funny, brisk, little bunny / Christina Georgina Rossetti -- Halloween / Marie Lawson -- What to do / William Wise -- Ring out, wild bells / Alfred Lord Tennyson -- Valentine for earth / Frances M. Frost -- The River is a piece of the sky / John Ciardi -- Halloween / John Ciardi -- The Broncho that would be broken / Vachel Lindsay -- Inside a poem / Eve Merriam; Part two: time for magic: old and new : Old magic: the folk tales : Folk tales of Europe : Great Britian : The Old woman and her pig (English) -- The Story of the three bears (English) -- The Story of the three little pigs (English) -- Henny Penny (English) -- The Cock, the mouse, and the little redhen (English) -- The Travels of a fox (English) -- Masters of all masters (English) -- Mr. Vinegar (English) -- Tattercoats (English) -- Tom Tit Tot (English) -- The Black bull of Norroway (English) -- Whittington and his cat (English) -- The Good housewife and her night labors (Scottish) -- Sherry-Werry (Cornish); Ireland : King O'Toole and his goose -- Connla and the fairy maiden -- The Peddler of Ballaghadereen; Germany : The Wolf and the seven little kids -- The Four musicians -- Mother Holle -- The Hut in the forest -- The Frog-King -- Hansel and Grettel -- Snow White and the seven dwarfs -- The Fisherman, and his wife -- Rumpelstiltzkin -- One-eye, two eyes, and three-eyes -- The Goose girl -- Rapunzel; France : The Sleeping beauty in the wood -- Cinderella or the little glass slipper -- Beauty and the beast -- The White cat -- The Grey palfrey; Scandinavian Countries : The Most obedient wife (Danish) -- The Three billy-goats gruff (Norwegian) -- The Pancake (Norwegian) -- Why the bear stumpy-tailed (Norweigan) -- The Lad who went to the north wind (Norwegian) -- Boots and his brothers (Norweigan) -- Princess on the glass hill (Norweigan) -- Gudbrand on the hill side (Norweigan) -- The Husband who was to mind the house (Norweigan) -- The Princess who could not be silenced (Norweigan) -- Little Freddy with his fiddle (Norweigan) -- East o' the sun and west o' the moon (Norweigan) -- The Old woman and the tramp (Swedish); Finland : Hidden Laiva or the golden ship; Spain : The Half-chick -- The Jokes of single-toe; Italy : March and the shepherd -- The Most precious possession -- King clothes; Poland : King Bartek; Czechoslovakia : Budulinek -- Clever Manka; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics : The Foolish man (Armenian) -- The Devil's bride (Latvian) -- Sadko (Russian) -- The Fire-bird, the horse of power, and the Princess Vasilissa (Russian) -- A Clever judge (Russian); Turkey : How many donkeys? -- A Tale from "Arabian nights."; Folk tales of Africa : Allah will provide (North African) -- The Fire on the mountain (Ethiopian) -- Son of the long one (East Africa) -- The Great tug-of-war (Nigerian) -- Anansi's hat-shaking dance (West African) -- The Sloogeh dog and the stolen aroma (Congolese) -- The Honey gatherer's three sons (Congolese) -- Look behind as well as before (Congolese) -- Windbird and the sun (South African); Folk tales of Asia : China : The Fox's daughter -- Two of everything; Japan : Momotaro: boy-of-the-peach -- Urashima Taro and the princess of the sea -- The Wave; Korea : Which was witch?; Vietnam : The Love crystal -- Why there are monsoons; India : The Hare that ran away -- Granny's Blackie -- The Banyan deer -- The Tiger, the brahman and the jackal -- The Cartman's stories; Folk tales of Oceania and Australia : Beereeun the Miragemaker (Australia) -- The Prisoner (South Seas); Folk tales of North and South America : Canada : Little Nicket's baby sister; United States: Variants of European folk tales : Journey Cake, Ho! -- Jack and the robbers -- Young Melvin; United States: tall tales : The Camp on the big onion -- Pecos Bill and his bouncing bride -- The Boomer fireman's fast sooner hound; United States: Uncle Remus : The Wonderful tar-baby story -- Old Mr. rabbit, he's a good fisherman; North American Indian and Eskimo Tales : Little burnt-face (Micman) -- Agayk and the strangest spear (Eskimo) -- How the little owl's name was changed (Eskimo); The West Indies : Babdalee (Jamaican) -- Uncle Bouqui and Godfather Malice (Haitian); Central and South America : The King of the Mountains (Bolivian) -- The Witches' ride (Costa Rican); Old Moralities: The fables : Aesop's fables : The Hare with many friends -- The Ant and the grasshopper -- The Shepherd's boy -- The Lion and the mouse -- The Fox and the crow -- The Town mouse and the country mouse -- The Dog in the manger -- Hercules and the waggoner -- Belling the cat -- The Frog and the ox -- The Dog and the shadow -- The Wind and the sun -- The Fox and the grapes -- The Crow and the pitcher -- The Hare and the tortoise -- The Milkmaid and her pail -- The Wolf in Sheep's clothing; The Panchatantra : The Partridge and the crow -- The Tryant who became a just ruler -- The Mice that ate Iron; Fables of La Fontaine : The Fox and the crow -- The Cricket and the ant -- The Grasshopper and the ant; Gods and men: the myths : Greek and Roman myths : Clytie -- Arachne -- Orpheus and Eurydice -- Proserpine -- Icarus and Daedalus -- Cupid and Psyche -- Atalanta's race -- Baucis and Philemon -- Pegasus and the chimaera -- Midas -- The Golden touch; Norse myths : How Thor found his hammer -- The Death of Balder; Man, the hero: the epics : Gilgamesh: the monster Humbaba / Bernarda Bryson -- The Odyssey: the curse of Polphemus / Homer -- The Merry adventures of Robin Hood: Little John and the Tanner of Blyth / Howard Pyle -- The Hound of Ulster: the championship of Ireland / Rosemary Sutcliff; New magic: modern fantasy : The Animal fair : The Ugly ducking / Hans Christian Anderson -- The Mousewife / Rumer Godden -- Rabbit hill: Willie's bad night / Robert Lawson -- Charlotte web: Charlotte / E.B. White -- How the whale became: How the hare became / Ted Hughes -- Just so stories: the elephant's child / Rudyard Kipling -- The Wind in the willows: the open road / Kenneth Grahame -- An Edge of the forest: this is my hillside / Agnes Smith; The Magic toy shelf : The Steadfast tin soldier / Hans Christian Anderson -- Winnie-the-pooh: in which pooh goes visiting and gets into a tight place / A.A. Milne -- The Adventures of Pinocchio: Pinocchio's ears become like those of a donkey / Carlos Lorenzini -- The Return of the twelves: Patriarch / Pauline Clarke; All sorts of people : Mike Mulligan and his steam shovel / Virginia Burton -- The Real princess / Hans Christian Anderson -- The Swineheard / Hans Christian Anderson -- The Plain princess / Phyllis McGinley -- Tales from Moominvalley: the invisible child / Tove Jansson -- The Borrowers: danger / Mary Norton -- Tistou of the green thumbs: in which Tistou has a bad dream and what happens as a result of it / Maurice Druon -- The Little prince: the fox shares a secret / Antoine de Saint-Exupâery; How ridiculous! : The Little old woman who used her head: how she kept her geese warm / Hope Newell -- Little old Mrs. Pepperpot at the bazaar / Alf Proysen -- The Bold fisherman / Mark Twain -- The Emperor's new clothes / Hans Christian Anderson -- Mr. Popper's penguins: Captain Cook; troubles with a penguin / Richard and Florence Atwater -- The Peterkin papers: Mrs. Peterkin wishes to go to drive / Lucretia Hale -- Rootabaga stories: How they bring back the village of cream puffs whent he wind blows it away / Carl Sandburg -- Ben and me: Electricity / Robert Lawson -- The Pushcart war: the pea shooter campaign -- Phase I / Jean Merrill; Land of enchantment : The Wild swans / Hans Christian Anderson -- The Book of three: Gurgi / Lloyd Alexander -- The Whisper of Glocken: a long night of terror / Carol Kendall; Strange journeys : The Happy islands behind the winds: arrival at Flamingo Bay; a royal counselor; an adopted mosquito and the wisdom of a mouse / James Krèuss -- The Lion, the witch and the wardrobe: Lucy looks into a wardrobe, What Lucy found there / C.S. Lewis -- Alice's adventure in wonderland: a mad tea-party / Lewis Carroll -- The Children of Green Knowe: Tolly's new home / Lucy Maria Boston -- Tom's Midnight garden: through a door; Hatty / Philippa Pearce -- Time at the top: the elevator misbehaves; the meaning of three / Edward Ormondroyd; Earth, sea and stars : Down to earth: the powerful starer / Patricia Wrightson -- The Twenty-one ballons: airy-go-round / William Páene du Bois -- Dolphin island: rescue! / Arthur C. Clarke -- Farmer in the sky: space ship Bifrost / Robert A. Heinlein -- A Wrinkle in time: Aunt Beast / Madeleine L'Engle; Part three: time for realism: facts and fiction : Animal stories : Animals we know best : Irish Red: white prison; a rebel's heart / Jim Kjelgaard -- The Blind colt: the badlands; sounds and smells; the water hole / Glen Rounds -- Justin Morgan had a horse: Little Bub is rented out; the pulling bee / Marguerite Henry -- The Incredible journey: the beginning of the journey / Sheila Burnford; Animals of the field, forest and jungle : The Frightened hare: a season of young animals / Franklin Russell -- Kildee house: Mr. Kildee makes friends with Old Grouch / Rutherford Montgomery -- The Defender: the wild rams find a friend; new life on the mountains; tragedy, the rescue / Nicholas Kalashnikoff -- The Great white: Iskwao / Jane and Paul Annixter; Life in the United States : Did you carry the flag today, Charley?; the thing / Rebecca Caudill -- Eddie and the fire engine: Eddie goes to dancing school / Carolyn Haywood -- Ellen Tebbits: Ellen rides again / Beverly Cleary -- Skinny: the hotel; the watermelon cutting / Robert Burch -- Cotton in my sack: home / Lois Lenski -- Roosevelt Grady: putting into; the secret / Louisa R. Shotwell -- Hatsuno's great-grandmother / Florence Crannell Means -- Ellen Grae: Ellen tells a story and hears a story / Vera and Bill Cleaver -- Homer Price: the doughnuts / Robert McCloskey -- The Egypt game: enter Melanie and Marshall / Zilpha K. Snyder -- A Dog on Barkham Street: Edward cleans his room / Mary Stoltz -- The Adventures of Tom Sawyer: the glorious whitewasher / Mark Twain -- Harriet the spy: Harriet changes her mind / Louisa Fitzhugh -- From the mixed-up files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler; checking-in at the museum / E.L. Koningsburg -- My side of the mountain: this is about the old, old tree; in which I meet one of my own kind, and have a terrible time getting away; the king's provider / Jean George; Life in other lands : Kobi, a boy of Switzerland: a lonely night / Mary and Conrad Buff -- The Good master: Cousin Kate from Budapest; motherless lamb / Kate Seredy -- Heidi: at the Grandfather's / Johanna Spyri -- The Family under the bridge: a hobo adventure / Natalie Savage Carlson -- Avalanche!: Where do we go from here? / A. Rutgers van der Loeff -- The Bushbabies: Kamau goes home / William Stevenson -- Boy alone: Kanga's choice / Reginald Ottley; Historical fiction : Calico bush: winter / Rachel Field -- Flaming arrows: a calm before the storm / William O. Steele -- Johnny Tremaine: that a man can stand up / Esther Forbes -- Children of the handcrafts: lost in the apple cave / Carolyn Sherwin Bailey -- America travels: the kitten on the canal boat / Alice Dalgliesh -- Martin and Abraham Lincoln / Catherine Cate Coblentz -- Caddie Woodlawn: three adventures / Carol Ryrie Brink -- Jed: a yankee meets a young Confederate / Peter Buchard -- Farmer boy: Independence day / Laura Ingalls Wilder; Biography : Penn: the trial / Elizabeth Janet Gray -- Benjamin Franklin: boy into man / Ingri and Edgar Parin d' Aulaire -- George Washington, leader of the people: by the Rappahannock; many changes / Clara Ingram Judson -- Daniel Boone: long afternoon / James Daugherty -- America's Paul Revere: the express rider / Esther Forbes -- Ten brave men: Patrick Henry / Sonia Daugherty -- Benjamin West and his cat Grimalkin: a good fishing day, only a piece of paper; the image of Sally / Marguerite Henry -- Andrew Jackson: victory at New Orleans / Margaret L. Coit -- Abe Lincoln grows up: peculiarsome' Abe / Carl Sandburg -- Walt Whitman's America: the first time I ever saw Abraham Lincoln; I see the president almost every day / James Daugherty, ed. -- Harriet Tubman, conductor on the underground railroad: Minta becomes Harriet; the patchwork quilt / Ann Petry -- America's own Mark Twain: childhood days / Jeanette Eaton -- Crazy horse: the earned name / Shannon Garst -- Dr. George Washington Carver: was the tiny boy worth a horse?; gentlemen, I give you the peanut / Shirley Graham and George D. Lipscomb -- The Helen Keller story: pupil and the teacher; miracle at the pump house / Catherine Owens Pearce -- Robert Goddard, space pioneer; the move to Maple Hill / Anne Perkins Dewey; Heroes of the Old Testament : The Story of Joseph -- Sampson -- David and Goliath; Informational books : Hide and seek fog / Alvin Tresselt -- The Little island / Golden MacDonald -- Alone: Antarctic twilight / Richard E. Byrd -- The Story of ants: a queen and her subjects / Dorothy Shuttlesworth -- Here come the dolphins!: a baby is born / Alice E. Goudey -- Lives of the hunted: Johnny bear / Ernest Thompson Seton -- The Story of mankind: feudalism; chivalry / Hendrik William Van Loon -- The New land: Giovanni de Verrazano: the first thorough exploration, 1524 / Philip Viereck -- The American revolution 1775-83: a British view; a fate of the loyalists / Clorinda Clarke -- George Washington's world: Ch'en Lung and the barbarians: aviation is born / Genevieve Foster -- Passage to America: people moving; Chinese coolies hear of the New World / Katherine B. Shippen -- The Long freedom road: the Montgomery bus boycott / Janet Harris -- Antiquities in peril: our cultural heritage and its enemies / Trevor L. Christie -- The Living community: a venture into ecology: no place like Oikos / S. Carl Hirsch; Part four: time for children's literature : Milestones in children's literature -- The Illustrated children's book -- Children and their literature -- Reading poetry to children -- Speaking poetry together -- Verse choirs -- Bringing children back to poetry -- Telling stories and reading aloud -- Adding new dimensions to literature -- Discussing books with children -- Children's book awards.
  • Anthology of American Negro literature ; American Negro literature

    OCLC number
    1068036
    Publisher
    The Modern Library
    Date
    [©1929]
    Language
    eng
    Format
    xii, 535 pages ; 17 cm
    Subject
    American literature--African American authors.
    Description
    FICTION: Short Story. Fern / Jean Toomer -- The Goophered Grapevine / Charles Waddell Chesnutt -- The Yellow One / Eric Walrond -- Blades of Steel / Rudolph Fisher. -- Novel. The Fire in the Flint / Walter White -- The Dark Princess / W.E.B. Du Bois -- There is Confusion / Jessie Fauset -- The Blacker the Berry / Wallace Thurman -- Quicksand / Nella Larsen -- Home to Harlem / Claude McKay -- Walls of Jericho / Rudolph Fisher.; DRAMA: Plumes / Georgia Douglas Johnson -- Cruiter / Jonathan Matheus.; POETRY: Imagination / Phyllis Wheatley -- Rape of Florida / Albert A. Whitman -- Poem addressed to women / Frances E. Harper -- The progress of liberty / James Madison Bell -- The band of Gideon / Joseph S. Cotter, Jr. -- At the closed gate of justice / James D. Corrothers -- Robert Gould Shaw ; Ode to Ethiopia ; When Malindy sings / Paul Laurence Dunbar -- The new day / Fenton Johnson -- I want to die while you love me / Georgia Douglas Johnson -- For the candle light / Angelina Weld Grimke -- To you who ready my book ; To John Keats, poet, at springtime ; Heritage ; To a brown girl ; To a brown boy ; Tableau ; In memory of Colonel Charles Young / Countee Cullen -- Scintilla / William Stanley Braithwaite -- The creation, a negro sermon / James Weldon Johnson -- Georgia dusk ; Song of the son / Jean Toomer -- If we must die ; The Harlem dancer ; Spring in New Hampshire ; The lynching / Claude McKay -- La vie c'est la vie / Jessie Fauset -- The dark brother / Lewis Alexander -- Nigger, a chant for children / Frank Horne -- To a dark girl / Gwendolyn B. Bennett -- Long gone / Sterling A. Brown -- I, too ; Song for a dark girl ; Mulatto ; Weary blues / Langston Hughes.; SPIRITUALS: Swing Low Sweet Chariot -- Go Down Moses -- All Gods Chillun Got Wings -- Deres No Hidin Place Down Dere -- Deep River.; LABOR SONGS: Work Song -- Water Boy -- Casey Jones -- John Henry -- Rain or Shine.; ESSAYS: Literary. The Negro in American Fiction / Benjamin Brawley -- The Negro in American Culture / Alain Locke -- Negros Gift to American Music / Clarence Cameron White. Historical. The Freedmans Bureau / W.E.B. Du Bois -- The Negro Digs Up His Past / Arthur A. Schomburg -- Sociological. The Negro Migration / Charles S. Johnson -- The Negro and the New Economic Life / Abram L. Harris -- Organized Labor and the Negro / Charles Wesley -- The Disgrace of Democracy / Kelly Miller -- La Bourgeoisie Noire / E. Franklin Frazier -- I Investigate Lynchings / Walter White -- Our Greatest Gift to America / George S. Schuyler -- Fifty Years of Negro Citizenship / Carter G. Woodson -- Dominant Forces in Race Relations / Thomas Dabney.; AUTOBIOGRAPHY: Autobiography / Frederick Douglass -- Up from Slavery / Booker T. Washington -- The Autobiography of an Ex-coloured Man / James Weldon Johnson.
  • Our souls have grown deep like the rivers : black poets read their work.; Black poets read their work

    OCLC number
    320601982
    Publisher
    Rhino Entertainment Co
    Date
    ℗2000
    Language
    eng
    Format
    2 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
    Subject
    Poetry--Black authors.; American poetry--African American authors.
    Description
    Compact disc.; Notes in container insert.; Disc 1. Negro speaks of rivers ; I, too / Langston Hughes -- Atlanta years / W.E.B. DuBois -- If we must die ; St. Isaac's Church, Petrograd ; Tropics in New York / Claude McKay -- Creation ; We to America / James Weldon Johnson -- Nocturne at Bethesda / Arna Bontemps -- Heritage / Countee Cullen -- Dark symphony / Melvin B. Tolson -- Ma Rainey ; Strong men / Sterling A. Brown -- For my people ; Kissie Lee / Margaret Walker -- Mother / Gwendolyn Brooks.; Dream montage: Tell me ; Good morning ; Harlem (2) ; Same in blues ; Comment on curb / Langston Hughes -- We real cool / Gwendolyn Brooks -- Those winter Sundays ; Frederick Douglas / Robert Hayden -- Sepia fashion show ; To a man / Maya Angelou -- Freedom suite (for Sonny Rollins and Franz Kline) / Amiri Baraka -- Crusoe's island / Derek Walcott -- Dahomey / Audre Lorde -- In memoriam: Martin Luther King, Jr. / June Jordan -- Run nigger / The Last Poets -- Admonitions / Lucille Clifton.; Nikki-Rosa / Nikki Giovanni -- Dance for militant dilletantes / Al Young -- Dear John, dear Coltrane ; Rueben, Rueben / Michael S. Harper -- My house / Nikki Giovanni -- Flight to Canada ; Betty's ball blues / Ishmael Reed -- Wounded in the house of a friend (set no. 2) ; Song no. 2 / Sonia Sanchez -- Poem for players / Al Young.; Disc 2. Muhammad Ali at the ringside, 1985 / Wole Soyinka -- Hard Rock returns to prison from the hospital for the criminal insane ; Idea of ancestry / Etheridge Knight -- Bang, bang outishly ; Rhythim blues ; Shazam Doowah / Amiri Baraka -- End of civilization as we know it / Colleen J. McElroy -- Cruelty ; Lucy (part 6) / Lucille Clifton -- Endangered species list blue, with the Firespitter Band / Jayne Cortez -- I live for my car ; Nigger rhythm rhymes from the blues part of town (pt. 4) / Wanda Coleman.; Lester leaps in / Al Young -- Poem for magic / Quincy Troupe -- I am she / Nikki Giovanni -- Tuskegee Airfield / Marilyn Nelson Waniek -- Facing it ; Venus's-flytraps / Yusef Komunyakaa -- Rise up fallen fighters (Okra takes up with a Rastafari man, she can't hold back, she say smilin) / Ntozake Shange -- Poem to thrill the NAACP, or a black family moves to the suburbs / Mbembe Milton Smith -- Near-Johannesburg boy / Gwendolyn Brooks -- Revolutionwill not be televised / Gill Scott-Heron.; Helen ; Helen and Martha ; Martha and Helen ; 1962: my brother Richard returns from the monastery / E. Ethelbert Miller -- Shakespeare say ; After reading Mickey in the night kitchen for the third time before bed / Rita Dove -- jamal's lamentation ; self portrait, 1988 / Rueben Jackson -- Barbies' little sister / Allison Joseph -- Slaughter / Kevin Young -- Nocturne / Anthony Butts -- Black steel in the hour of chaos / Public Enemy -- Project princess / Tracie Morris -- Ohm / Saul Stacey Williams -- No black male show / Carl Hancock Rux.
  • American literature in the world: : an anthology from Anne Bradstreet to Octavia Butler

    OCLC number
    950448551
    Language
    eng
    Format
    xi, 490 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
    Subject
    American literature.; Geography and literature.; Literature and globalization.; American literature--Foreign influences.
    Description
    American Literature in the world is an innovative anthology offering a new way to understand the global forces that have shaped the making of American literature. Th wid-ranging selections are structured around five interconnected nodes: war; food; work, play, and travel; religions; and human and nonhuman interfaces. Through these five categoriesm Wai Chee Dimock and a team of emerging scholars reveal American literature to be a complex network, informed by crosscurrents both macro and micro, with local practices intensified by international concerns.; part 1. War. Beginnings: "Semiramis" / Anne Bradstreet -- "Parable of the hostages" / Louise Glück -- "The destruction of Tenochtitlan" / William Carlos Williams -- "Brazil, January 1, 1502" / Elizabeth Bishop -- "Eulogy on King Philip" / William Apess -- French Revolution, 1789-1799: Letter to General Lafayette, June 16, 1792 / Thomas Jefferson -- Haitian Revolution, 1791-1804: Letter to James Monroe, July 14, 1793 / Thomas Jefferson -- "The Mulato" / Victor Séjour -- Mexican War: "Resistance to civil government" / Henry David Thoreau -- Revolutionary Europe, 1848-1849: Dispatch 29 / Margaret Fuller / -- Spanish-American War, 1898-1902: "Stephen Crane's vivid story of the Battle of San Juan" / Stephen Crane -- "Incident in the Philippines" / Mark Twain -- "Memories of imperialism" / John Ashbery -- World War I, 1914-1918: Fighting France / Edith Wharton -- "The return of Lieutenant James Reese Europe" / Rita Dove -- Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939: Mediterranean / Muriel Rukeyser -- "Harlem Swing and Spanish shells" / Langston Hughes -- "General Franco's Moors" / Langston Hughes -- "To P.L., 1916-1937" / Philip Levine -- World War II, 1939-1945: Brewsie and Willie / Gertrude Stein -- "Little Gidding," from Four Quartets / T.S. Eliot -- Slaughterhouse five / Kurt Vonnegut -- Extremely loud and incredibly close / Jonathan Safran Foer -- Maus / Art Spiegelman -- "Soldatenfriedhof" / Jorie Graham -- "Two soldiers" / William Faulkner -- The naked and the dead / Norman Mailer -- Hiroshima / John Hersey -- Ceremony / Leslie Marmon Silko -- A gesture life / Chang-Rae Lee -- The man in the high castle / Philip K. Dick -- Korean War, 1950-1953: "Ode for the American dead in Asia" / Thomas McGrath -- "Under flag" / Myung Mi Kim -- Cuban Revolution, 1959: The death of Che Guevara / Jay Cantor -- Vietnam War, 1955-1978: Dispatches / Michael Herr -- "Tu Do Street" / Yusef Komunyakaa -- "The Asians dying" / W.S. Merwin -- China men / Maxine Hong Kingston -- Latin American state violence, 1947-1991: Salvador / Joan Didion -- The brief wondrous life of Oscar Wao / Junot Díaz -- Middle Eastern conflict, 1991-present: Operation Shylock / Philip Roth -- The Yiddish policement's union / Michael Chabon -- "For Mohammed Zeid of GAza, Age 15" / Naomi Shihab Nye -- part 2. Food. Scarcity and hunger: La Relación / Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca -- The sovereignty and goodness of God / Mary Rowlandson -- "Captivity" / Louise Erdrich -- The Rough Riders / Theodore Roosevelt -- The enormous room / e.e. cummings -- The kitchen god's wife / Amy Tan -- War trash / Ha Jin -- "The food-thief" / Sharon Olds -- The left hand of darkness / Ursula K. Le Guin -- Procuring, preparing, and consuming: "Stubb's supper," from Moby Dick / Herman Melville -- "The water baby" / Jack London -- The jungle / Upton Sinclair -- Death comes for the archbishop / Willa Cather -- The Alice B. Toklas Cookbook / Alice B. Toklas -- The book of salt / Monique Truong -- "Kitchen maid with supper at Emmaus, or The mulata after the paiting by Diego Velazquez, ca. 1619 / Natasha Trethewey -- Our house in the last world / Oscar Hijuelos -- Dreaming in Cuban / Cristina García -- Annie John / Jamaica Kincaid -- How the García girls lost their accents / Julia Alvarez -- Breath, Eyes, Memory / Edwidge Danticat -- "When Mr. Pirzada came to dine" / Jhumpa Lahiri -- "One morning I took a walk in China" / Allen Ginsberg -- An American monkey king in China / Gerald Vizenor -- My year of meats / Ruth Ozeki -- Absurdistan / Gary Shteyngart -- Brainy fruit: "Nine nectarines and other porcelain" / Marianne Moore -- "Mu Chi's persimmons" / Gary Snyder -- "Mango No. 61" / Richard Blanco -- part 3. Work, play, travel. Varieties of fieldwork: Letter to William Lloyd Garrison, March 27, 1846 / Frederick Douglass -- The marble faun / Nathaniel Hawthorne -- The American / Henry James -- Black power / Richard Wright -- Mating / Norman Rush -- "Ezra Pound's proposition" / Robert Hass -- "The banknote" / Robert Pinsky -- Through the arc of the rain forest / Karen Tei Yamashita -- "In search of Evanescence" / Agha Shahid Ali -- Rivalries and partnerships: "The monkey rope," from Moby-Dick / Herman Melville -- Uncle Tom's cabin / Harriet Beecher Stowe -- Dark Princess / W.E.B. Du Bois -- East of Eden / John Steinbeck -- "Something in common" / Langston Hughes -- "Encounter on the Seine: black meets brown" / James Baldwin -- All God's children need traveling shoes / Maya Angelou -- Flight to Canada / Ishmael Reed -- Zami: a new spelling of my name / Audre Lorde -- The long goodbye / Raymon Chandler -- partners in crime / Rolando Hinojosa -- "The game between the Jews and the Indians is tied going into the bottom of the ninth inning / Sherman Alexie -- Music-making: "Proud music of the storm" / Walt Whitman -- Banjo / Claude McKay -- Blues people / Amiri Baraka -- Song of Solomon / Toni Morrison -- "Ginza Samba" / Robert Pinsky -- part 4. Religion. Faith without dogma: The interesting narrative of Olaudah Equiano / Olaudah Equiano -- Letter to the Hebrew Congregation of Newport, August 21, 1790 / George Washington -- "A parable against persecution" / Benjamin Franklin -- "Profession of faith" / Thomas Paine -- "The Divinity School address" / Ralph Waldo Emerson -- "A bosom friend," from Moby Dick / Herman Melville -- "The Bible is an antique volume" and "Apparently with no surprise" / Emily Dickinson -- "Why I am a pagan" / Zitkala-Ša -- Vernacular devotions: Moses, man of the mountain / Zora Neale Hurston -- Borderlands/ La frontera / Gloria Anzaldúa -- House made of dawn / N. Scott Momaday -- "The altars in the street" / Denise Levertov -- ""Grace" / Gary Snyder -- The Dharma bums / Jack Kerouac -- "Here in Oaxaca it's the night of the radishes" / Joanne Kyger -- Many Islams: "Legend of the Arabian astrologer" / Washington Irving -- The spider's house / Paul Bowles -- The autobiography of Malcolm X / Malcolm X -- Terrorist / John Updike -- The reluctant fundamentalist / Mohsin Hamid -- "Blues for Allah" / The Greatful Dead -- part 5. Human and nonhuman interfaces. Ants: Walden / Henry David Thoreau -- "Critics and connoisseurs" / Marianne Moore -- Canto LXXXI / Ezra Pound -- "Ants" / Robert Lowell -- Tar baby / Toni Morrison -- The Poisonwood Bible / Barbara Kingsolver -- Commodities and markets: "Amistad" / Elizabeth Alexander -- "The advocate," from Moby Dick / Herman Melville -- The octopus / Frank Norris -- The big money / John Dos Passos -- What is the what / Dave Eggers and Valentino Achak Deng -- Destructive agents: "The scarlet plague" / Jack London -- Henderson the rain king / Saul Bellow -- "Fire and ice" / Robert Frost -- "Buttons" / Carl Sandburg -- "The death of the ball turret gunner" / Randall Jarrell -- "The school among the ruins" / Adrienne Rich -- "Here, bullet" / Brian Turner -- "The crowded countries of the bomb" / George Oppen -- "Dom Helder Camara at the nuclear test site" / Denise Levertov -- Nonhuman intelligence: I, Robot / Isaac Asimov -- Galatea / Richard Powers 2.2 -- Neuromancer / William Gibson -- The martian chronicles / Ray Bradbury -- Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep / Philip K. Dick -- Dawn / Octavia Butler -- Notes -- Permissions -- Index of authors -- General index.
  • Beloved Harlem : a literary tribute to Black America's most famous neighborhood : from the classics to the contemporary

    OCLC number
    54536996
    Publisher
    Harlem Moon/Broadway Books
    Date
    2005
    Language
    eng
    Format
    xvii, 524 pages ; 24 cm
    Subject
    American literature--New York (State)--New York.; American literature--African American authors.; African Americans--Literary collections.; American literature--20th century.; Harlem Renaissance.; Harlem (New York, N.Y.)--Literary collections.
    Description
    1st ed.; Celebrating the rich diversity of Harlem life and culture, from the early twentieth century to the present day, a literary anthology features a compilation of essays, short stories, and novel excerpts.; I. 1910s-1930s : the descendents of slaves emancipate a culture. Excerpt from The autobiography of an ex-colored man (1912) / James Weldon Johnson -- The negro's gift to mankind (1912) ; Excerpt from Dark princess (1928) / W.E.B. Du Bois -- Excerpt from Nigger heaven (1926) / Carl Van Vechten -- Excerpt from Home to Harlem (1928) / Claude McKay -- Negro life in the New York's Harlem (1928) / Wallace Thurman -- Spunk (1935) ; Art and such (1938) / Zora Neale Hurston -- Excerpt from the Negro version of Macbeth (1936) / William Shakespeare and Orson Welles -- Excerpt from Drums at dusk (1939) / Arna Bontemps -- II. 1940s-1960s : the thunder roars. Mammy (1940) / Dorothy West -- Excerpt from The street (1946) / Ann Petry -- Excerpt from Go tell it on the mountain (1952) / James Baldwin -- Spanish blood (1959) / Langston Hughes -- Excerpt from Purlie Victorious (1961) / Ossie Davis -- Excerpt from Bird at my window (1966) / Rosa Guy -- Excerpt from dem (1967) / William Melvin Kelley -- Excerpt from This child's gonna live (1969) / Sarah Elizabeth Wright.; III. 1970s-2000s : and then we make the thunder. Excerpt from Daddy was a number runner (1970) / Louise Meriwether -- Excerpt from The cotillion, or, One good bull is half the herd (1971) / John Oliver Killens -- Crying for her man (1971) / Ann Allen Shockley -- Excerpt from Captain Blackman (1972) / John A. Williams -- Excerpt from A love so fine (1972) / William H. Banks, Jr. -- Excerpt from In the shadow of the peacock (1988) / Grace F. Edwards -- A Christmas story (1990) / Andrea Broadwater -- Excerpt from Voices of the self (1991) / Keith Gilyard -- Excerpt from Jazz (1992) / Toni Morrison -- Commentary (1997) / John Henrik Clarke -- Excerpt from Sowa's red beans and gravy (2002) / Diane Richards -- Excerpt from The queen of Harlem (2002) / Brian Keith Jackson -- Changes (2003) / Walter Dean Myers -- IV. New stories : new voices reflect, recount, and reinvent. Dreaming in Harlem (2002) / Rosemarie Robotham -- Excerpt from 8 times a week (2003) / Karen Robinson -- Pudd'nhead Barnes (2004) / Tracy Grant -- The commute (2004) / Carmen Scheidel -- Sudan Washington (2004) / Funmi Osaba -- Migdalia (2004) / Rachel De Aragon -- Physician of the mind and heart (2004) / Olubansile Abbas Mimiko -- My father's first bra (2004) / Ayesha Randolph.
  • Little Blue Book collection, 1921-1943 (bulk 1920s).

    OCLC number
    900284863
    Language
    eng
    Format
    324 items in 6 boxes : booklets 3.5 x 5.5 in.
    Subject
    Evolution.; Little blue book.; Free thought.; Humanities.; Literature.; Natural history.; Philosophy.; Religion.
    Description
    Scope and content: This collection contains 324 booklets from the Little Blue Book and related series published by the Haldeman-Julius Company of Girard, Kansas. The collection includes booklets dating from 1921 to 1943, with the bulk dating from the 1920s. The titles in the collection range from reprints of literary classics by authors such as ancient Greek tragedians, William Shakespeare, and Ralph Waldo Emerson to contemporary writings by geologist Carroll Lane Fenton, historian Will Durant. More than 150 authors are represented and the booklets often focus on topics such as free thought, philosophy, religion, evolution, natural history, biographies of scientists and historical figures, and guides and essays about philosophers and authors. The booklets are primarily identified as part of the "Little Blue Book" series on the front cover, but there are some titles from the Five cent pocket series; the Ten Cent pocket series; the Appeal pocket series; and the Pocket series.