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This collection pulls from several different collections such as the John M. Shaw Collection overall, the Shaw Childhood in Poetry Collection, and various other childhood literature collections at FSU. These books look at the experience of childhood through stories, poetry, songs and illustrations particularly in the 19th and early 20th centuries.

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Little hymns and pictures for little readers
Little hymns and pictures for little readers
No. 3445 in Shaw, J.M., Childhood in poetry.
Little people's own book
Little people's own book
Lost Lily -- Daisy's flowers -- Flossie's patient -- A home in the West -- A winter scene -- Ruth's flower -- A naughty dog -- The laughing jackass -- A ride on an elephant -- A dog story -- Pussy's class -- The snow storm -- Jack the sailor boy.
London jingles and country tales: for young people
London jingles and country tales: for young people
No. S1538.134 in: Shaw, J.M., Childhood in poetry.
Lord Mayor's show, or, The 9th of November
Lord Mayor's show, or, The 9th of November
Verses with illustrations., No. S1538.109 in Shaw, J.M., Childhood in poetry.
Mama's story
Mama's story
Jealous Polly -- Little folks in Egypt -- The heron -- Gray and Ashy -- About leopards -- How I heard about bumble-bees -- Tommy -- Brave mr. bluebird -- The cowbird -- Little Zitta -- Robby's dog -- Sleepy Susy -- Something about bears -- Mamma's story -- Jimmie -- Lady Bug and her two cousins -- Contrary Billy -- About swans -- Sissy's store -- In the top drawer -- The rat-babies -- What Nell found -- Billy Newton's luncheon -- About Jack.
Merry times
Merry times
Nurse Powell's giant -- Alec's bank -- The best nuts -- How Dick went clamming -- The text and the spider.
Mice, and their pic nic: a good moral tale, &c
Mice, and their pic nic: a good moral tale, &c
by a looking-glass maker., Cf. Gumuchian, 4030., Cf. Osborne Coll., p. 635., Probably Elliott's first published work; cf. Moon, cited below., In verse., Wood engravings: frontispiece, illustrated plates. Frontispiece included in pagination., "Entered at Stationers' hall"--t.p. verso.
Molly Mopkins and her parrot
Molly Mopkins and her parrot
Cover title., Illustrations hand-colored., Publisher's advertisements on p. [4] of cover., No. 3857 in: Shaw, J.M., Childhood in poetry.
Mutter- und Kose- Lieder: Dichtung und Bilder zur edlen Pflege des Kindeheitlebens ; eins Familienbuch
Mutter- und Kose- Lieder: Dichtung und Bilder zur edlen Pflege des Kindeheitlebens ; eins Familienbuch
von Friedrich Fröbel ; mit Randzeichnungen, erklärendem Texte und Singweisen., Contains lyrics only., At head of title: Kommt, lasst uns unsern Kindern leben!, With: Vierundvierzig Mutter- Kose- und Spiellieder : zur edlen Pflege des Kindheitlebens / von Friedrich Fröbel.
My garden of memory
My garden of memory
by Kate Douglas Wiggin., Description based on print version record.
My mother
My mother
by the author of "Three little kittens."., Illustrations are hand colored.
National characters exhibited in forty geographical poems: with plates
National characters exhibited in forty geographical poems: with plates
Contents: The Iceland guide -- The Lapland boy -- The Norway hunter -- The Danish sailor -- The Swedish miner's wife -- The Russian youth -- The English banker -- The Scotch law student -- The Irish officer -- The Welch curate -- The Dutch labourer -- The Polish peasant -- The French cottage girl -- The German physician -- The Swiss soldier -- The Spanish mountaineer -- The Portuguese gardener -- The Italian artist -- The Turkish carpet weaver -- The Greek captain of a ship -- The wild Arabian boys -- The Persian girls -- The Indian shawl weaver -- The Tartar herdsman -- The Chinese servant boy -- The Japanese servant girl -- The Kamschatsdale fisherman -- The Greenland wife -- The Canadian widow -- The Philadelphian bookseller -- The Mexican cocoa gardener -- The Brazilian merchant -- The Otaheitian youth -- The Molucca maiden -- The Gonaqua Hottentot herdsman -- The Negro kings -- The Abyssinian child -- The Egyptian nobleman -- The Moorish pirate., by Miss O'Keeffe ..., In verse., Dedication to "the Right Honourable the Ladies Susan and Louisa Somerset, (Daughters of Her Grace the Duchess of Beaufort)", dated from Myrtle Cottage, Ryde, Isle of Wight, October, 1818., Publisher's advertisement: [1] p. at end., Includes footnotes; many referring to Guthrie's Geographical, historical, and commercial geography (1812 ed.).
Nonsense Songs by Edward Lear
Nonsense Songs by Edward Lear
Edward Lear ; with introduction by Sir E. Strachey, Bart., All the original pictures and verses.
Old Dame Trot and her comical cat
Old Dame Trot and her comical cat
Caption title., Illustrations hand-colored., No. S1538.102 in: Shaw, J.M., Childhood in poety.
Old Mother Hubbard
Old Mother Hubbard
[Sarah Catherine Martin]., Cover title., "Bysh's edition.", Illustrations hand-colored., Notes on author and edition shelved separately in Shaw author file., No. 4791 in: Shaw, J.M., Childhood in poetry.

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