In the Nursery of My Bookhouse cover

In the Nursery of My Bookhouse

Olive Beaupre Miller [editor] (1883-1968)

1. 001 - Nursery Rhymes, Part 1
2. 002 - The Sleepy Song by Josephine Daskam Bacon
3. 003 - 'Bow, Wow' Says the Dog
4. 004 - Nursery Rhymes, Part 2
5. 005 - Three Little Kittens
6. 006 - Nursery Rhymes, Part 3
7. 007 - I Saw a Ship A-Sailing
8. 008 - Nursery Rhymes, Part 4
9. 009 - Old Mother Hubbard
10. 010 - Nursery Rhymes, Part 5
11. 011 - Nursery Rhymes, Part 6
12. 012 - Here We Go Round the Mulberry-Bush
13. 013 - Nursery Rhymes, Part 7
14. 014 - Three Jovial Huntsman
15. 015 - Nursery Rhymes, Part 8
16. 016 - The Little Red Hen and the Grain of Wheat (An English Folk Tale)
17. 017 - Over in the Meadow by Olive A Wadsworth
18. 018 - Moon, So Round and Yellow by Matthias Barr
19. 019 - What the Moon Saw by Hans Christian Andersen
20. 020 - The 'Wake Up' Story by Eudora Bumstead
21. 021 - Going to London by Mary Mapes Dodge
22. 022 - Precocious Piggy by Thomas Hood
23. 023 - The Cat and the Mouse: An English Folk Tale
24. 024 - Johnny and the Three Goats: A Norse Tale
25. 025 - The Clucking Hen
26. 026 - Belling the Cat
27. 027 - What They Say by Mary Mapes Dodge
28. 028 - The Little Big Man by Rabindranath Tagore
29. 029 - The Farmer's Boy
30. 030 - The Little Gray Pony by Maud Lindsay
31. 031 - The Key of the Kingdom
32. 032 - The Daring Prince by James Whitcomb Riley
33. 033 - What Else the Moon Saw by Hans Christian Andersen
34. 034 - Nell and Her Bird by Mary Mapes Dodge
35. 035 - The Fox and the Stork
36. 036 - There Was An Old Man with a Beard by Edward Lear
37. 037 - Clouds
38. 038 - Clouds and Waves by Rabindranath Tagore
39. 039 - Who Likes the Rain by Clara Doty Bates
40. 040 - The Donkey and the Lap Dog
41. 041 - The Two Crabs
42. 042 - Sir Robin by Lucy Larcom
43. 043 - The Tale of a Black Cat: An American Folk Tale
44. 044 - The Wind and the Sun
45. 045 - Who Has Seen the Wind by Christina G. Rosseti
46. 046 - The Gingerbread Man: A New England Tale
47. 047 - The Crow and the Pitcher
48. 048 - Ole-Luk-Oie, The Sandman by Hans Christian Andersen
49. 049 - Wynken, Blynken and Nod by Eugene Field
50. 050 - The Sugar Plum Tree by Eugene Field
51. 051 - The Milkmaid and Her Pail
52. 052 - The Lion and the Mouse
53. 053 - Old Shellover by Walter de la Mare
54. 054 - The Little Rabbit Who Wanted Red Wings
55. 055 - The Dog in the Manger
56. 056 - I Wouldn't Be a Growler by Mary Mapes Dodge
57. 057 - The Jay and the Peacocks
58. 058 - Strange Lands by Lawrence Alma Tadema
59. 059 - Snow by Mary Mapes Dodge
60. 060 - The Robin's Christmas Song: A Scotch Folk Tale
61. 061 - Little Gustava by Celia Thaxter
62. 062 - The Magpie's Nest: An English Folk Tale
63. 063 - The Frog and the Ox
64. 064 - 'It' by James Whitcomb Riley
65. 065 - Miss Tabby Gray by Maud Lindsay
66. 066 - The Kitten and the Falling Leaves by William Wordsworth
67. 067 - Tale of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter
68. 068 - Rosy Posy by Laura E. Richards
69. 069 - The Little Engine That Could
70. 070 - Try Again by William E. Hickson
71. 071 - A Quick Running Squash by Alicia Aspinwall
72. 072 - Jack Frost by Gabriel Setoun
73. 073 - The Cock, the Mouse, and the Little Red Hen by Felicite LeFevre
74. 074 - Baby Seed Song by Edith Nesbit
75. 075 - The Turtle Who Could Not Stop Talking: An East Indian Fable
76. 076 - White Butterflies by Algernon Charles Swinburn
77. 077 - Grasshopper Green
78. 078 - Mother Spider by Frances Bliss Gillespy
79. 079 - Where Go the Boats by Robert Louis Stevenson
80. 080 - Paper Boats by Rabindranath Tagore
81. 081 - The Moo-Cow-Moo by Edmund Vance Cook
82. 082 - The Wee, Wee Mannie and the Big, Big Coo: A Scotch Folk Tale
83. 083 - The Purple Cow by Gelett Burgess
84. 084 - The Little Girl and the Hare: A German Folk Tale
85. 085 - The Ass in the Lion's Skin
86. 086 - Goldilocks and the Three Bears
87. 087 - Mary Had a Little Lamb by Sara Josepha Hall
88. 088 - The Twin Lambs by Clara Dillingham Pierson
89. 089 - The Swing by Robert Louis Stevenson
90. 090 - Whisky Frisky
91. 091 - The Squirrels That Live in a House by Harriet Beecher Stowe
92. 092 - The Sheep and the Pig that Made a Home: A Norse Folk Tale
93. 093 - A Laughing Song by William Blake
94. 094 - How the Home Was Built by Maud Lindsay
95. 095 - The Flag Goes By by Henry Holcomb Bennett
96. 096 - Late by Josephine Preston Peabody
97. 097 - Noah's Ark
98. 098 - The Bow that Bridges Heaven by Christina G. Rossetti
99. 099 - The Hare and the Tortoise
100. 100 - Spring by Celia Thaxter
101. 101 - The Little Half-Chick: A Spanish Folk Tale
102. 102 - A Letter From a Cat by Helen Hunt Jackson
103. 103 - Fairy and Child by Eugene Field
104. 104 - The Merchant by Rabindranath Tagore
105. 105 - A Sea-Song From the Shore by James Whitcomb Riley
106. 106 - Come Little Leaves by George Cooper
107. 107 - Across the Fields by Anatole France
108. 108 - The Little Toy Land of the Dutch
109. 109 - Teeny-Tiny: An English Folk Tale
110. 110 - Shingebiss: A Chippewa Indian Tale
111. 111 - Ten Little Injuns
112. 112 - The Shoemaker and the Elves: A German Folk Tale
113. 113 - A Halloween Story by Elizabeth Thompson Dillingham
114. 114 - Oeyvind and Marit (A Little Story of Norway) by Bjornstjerne Bjornson
115. 115 - Little Pictures From Far Japan
116. 116 - The Boy Who Cried Wolf
117. 117 - The Duck and the Kangaroo by Edward Lear
118. 118 - The Star by Jane Taylor
119. 119 - Peter Rabbit Decides to Change His Name by Thornton W. Burgess
120. 120 - The Road to China by Olive Beaupre Miller
121. 121 - The Boy Who Wanted the Impossible by Mary Hayes Davis and Chow Leung
122. 122 - Chinese Nursery Rhymes
123. 123 - A Happy Day in the City by Olive Beaupre Miller
124. 124 - City Smoke by Olive Beaupre Miller
125. 125 - Night and Day by Mary Mapes Dodge
126. 126 - The Babe Moses
127. 127 - A Psalm of Praise (Psalm 100)
128. 128 - Little Blue Apron
129. 129 - The Doll Under the Briar Rosebush by Jorgen Moe
130. 130 - The Elf and the Dormouse by Oliver Herford

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Summary

Full of delightful nursery rhymes, charming poems and engaging stories, folk and fairy tales, this is the first volume of the "My Bookhouse" series for little ones. Originally published in the 1920's as a six volume set, these books, edited by Olive Beaupre Miller, contained the best in children's literature, stories, poems and nursery rhymes. They progressed in difficulty through the different volumes - this first being intended for the youngest audience.