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Mother Goose - Old Nursery Rhymes By Kate Greenaway
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This book illustrates the wonderful talent of Kate Greenaway one of the finest childrens book illustrators of the nineteenth century and whose influence is still felt today. Over 40 illustrations of... More > Nursery Rhymes some old favourites and some you may not be familiar with. Kean Childrens books have developed to take advantage of new reading media and to appeal to the modern reader. We now aim to offer a library of Children’s Books that have been selected to illustrate the best of the writer and illustrators in formats that enhance the reading experience for adult and child alike. We are also committed to republishing old classics that have been sadly ignored and overlooked by other publishers. We are committed to provide the greatest writers to readers at a reasonable price.< Less
A is for apple My First Alphabet By Kate Greenaway
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My first reading book. The classic by Kate Greenaway, with its original colourful illustrations. A delight for both parent and child CALLENDER FIRST BOOKS
A Apple Pie By Kate Greenaway
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Kate Greenaway published A APPLE PIE in 1886. The complete alphabet revolving around apple pie. This is the original book in digital format, totally illustrated.
Mother Goose By Kate Greenaway
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Rate Kate Greenaway (1846-1901) was one of the most popular British book illustrators of the Victorian era. A contemporary of Randolph Caldecott and Walter Crane, she attracted a wide audience in the... More > United States and England, and many of her books were even translated into German and French. One of Greenaway's early successes was Mother Goose, or the Old Nursery Rhymes, first published in 1881, featuring such favorite poems as "Little Jack Horner," "Little Bo Peep," and "Jack and Jill" paired with whimsical illustrations of children playing in an idyllic countryside. Her enchanting watercolors evoked the urban Victorian reader's nostalgia for the rural life of earlier times and echoed Greenaway's own longing to retreat to a more tranquil setting than her native London. This new edition of Kate Greenaway's Mother Goose reproduces illustrations from the rare 1881 edition in the Huntington Library's collections. The Huntington owns an extensive collection of books illustrated .......< Less
The 3 Little Kittens By Kate Greenaway
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This book, completely illustrated, is an adaptation of the poem The Three Little Kittens (A Cat’s Tale) that was most likely written by Eliza Lee Follen.
The Pied Piper of Hamelin By Robert Browning & Kate Greenaway
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The Pied Piper of Hamelin is one of the most famous folk tales of Europe. Robert Browning uses all his talents to take the folk tale and turns it in an epic poem. Kate Greenaway one of the great... More > illustrators brings to life the characters in this wonderful interpretation of a Classic tale.< Less
A Apple Pie By Ian McKenzie
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"A Apple Pie" was a nursery rhyme which dates back to the mid-seventeenth century. In 1886, the nursery rhyme was illustrated and published as a children's book by author Kate Greenaway.... More > This current edition has been edited and published by Ian McKenzie. It contains all of the original illustrations and text used by Kate Greenaway, but also has added colour and graphics which it is hoped will be appealing to young children learning the alphabet. Over three hundred years ago when this nursery rhyme was popular, the English language did not differentiate between the letters "I" and "J". When the letter was used, it always preceded a vowel. Because of this there is no listing in Kate Greenaway's book for the letter "I". This is not a mistake, she was simply using the rhyme that was used centuries ago.< Less
Pied Piper of Hamelin By Niche Touche
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PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN by Robert Browing Illustrated by Kate Greenaway Robert Browning first published his poem "The Pied Piper of Hamelin" in 1842, based on an old German legend. Browning... More > was a very good poet so the flowery language in iambic tetrameter he uses is this book will be great for improving any child's language skills. Kate Greenaway was one of the most famous and popular illustrators of children's literature in the latter part of the 19th Century. She had grown up loving Browning's poem, and shortly before his death she received his permission to republish it accompanied by her own illustrations. Since then it has been impossible to imagine this classic without Browning's Victorian verse and Greenaway's fabulous Victorian artistry. Together this Browning-Greenaway classic has been a must have bestseller for more than a century. This Book edition includes the 38 Classic Illustrations on Color< Less
Pied Piper of Hamelin By Niche Touche
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PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN by Robert Browing Illustrated by Kate Greenaway Robert Browning first published his poem "The Pied Piper of Hamelin" in 1842, based on an old German legend. Browning... More > was a very good poet so the flowery language in iambic tetrameter he uses is this book will be great for improving any child's language skills. Kate Greenaway was one of the most famous and popular illustrators of children's literature in the latter part of the 19th Century. She had grown up loving Browning's poem, and shortly before his death she received his permission to republish it accompanied by her own illustrations. Since then it has been impossible to imagine this classic without Browning's Victorian verse and Greenaway's fabulous Victorian artistry. Together this Browning-Greenaway classic has been a must have bestseller for more than a century. This Book edition includes the 38 Classic Illustrations on Color< Less
The Pied Piper of Hamelin By Robert Browning
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In 1284, the town of Hamelin was suffering from a rat infestation. A man dressed in pied garments appeared and claimed that he would rid the town of the rats, and was promised by the townsme to be... More > paid in return. He accepted and played his musical pipe and lured all the rats into the Weser River, where they drowned. But the townsmen refused to pay him and he left angrily, but returned later to seek his revenge. Read on... Famous versions of the Pied Piper are given by the Brothers Grimm and in English by Robert Browning. Illustrations by Kate Greenaway< Less

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