Nicholas Verse Traditional German. A Rhyme for Nicholas by Eleanor Farjeon. Will The Real St. Nicholas Please Stand Up? Nine St. Nicholas Poems from Germany Adapted for English. Nicholas by Charlie Goring.
Link The Story of St. Among the Isles of Shoals , is her most noted work in prose. She published a volume of poems, many of which are favorites with children. She died in Poor, sweet Piccola! Did you hear What happened to Piccola, children dear? No gifts for Piccola! Sad were they When dawned the morning of Christmas Day! Their little darling no joy might stir; St. Nicholas nothing would bring to her! But Piccola never doubted at all That something beautiful must befall Every child upon Christmas Day, And so she slept till the dawn was gray.
And, full of faith, when at last she woke, She stole to her shoe as the morning broke; Such sounds of gladness filled all the air, 'Twas plain St. Nicholas had been there.
Illustrated yellow decorated jacket, front oval border. One of 13 titles by Anglund. Third printing, edition.
Estate of Hilaire Belloc Fine in very good dust jacket. Light blemishing to slipcase. Near fine. Text pages and covers clean.. Simmonds, Posy Illustrated by.. Red unadorned slipcase. Comic artwork, copyright by Posy Simmonds ; 8 color plates; numerous line art drawings. Author original dates of publication, Glued binding. In , Susan Eisenberg was one of six women entering the 4-year apprenticeship training program with Boston's Local of I. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. Becoming mutually supportive after one of them had left, they worked toward becoming journey level status.
When her first volume of poetry about her apprenticeship was published, "It's a Good Thing I'm Not Macho", her circle of support widened among women working in trades around the country. First edition. Presumed 1st edition.. Binding gauze visible, pp Minor wear, Spine ends, corners..
Brown cloth covers. Gold titles, corners and frame, front.
Late 19th century New England poet, essayist, with themes of nature, the sea. Presumed 1st. No print line.. Signed by previous owner. Lower corner minor bumps. Else fine. Brown cloth over boards. Spine titles stamped gold, spine end graphic borders. Gold page blocks, 3 sides. Beveled cover edges. Decorated title page.
A compact attractive volume by one of New England's best-remembered late 19th century writers. She began her life living with her father on the Isles of Shoals off the coast of New Hampshire.
O comfortable bird, That broodest o'er the troubled sea of the mind Till it is hush'd and smooth! The old stone house was remodeled and used for storage. Have you met all the people on Star? Depending on the skills and interests of the staff, we have included a variety of additional programming such as singing, English country dance, couples dances and international folk dance. No armored castle there to ward His precious life from danger, But, wrapped in common cloth, our Lord Lay in a lowly manger. One every Thursday at 11 a.
He was a lighthouse keeper, then an inn owner, the first for a growing summer tourism clientele to the Shoals. Nature and the sea were themes that influenced her prose and poetry, many samples of each found print in early magazines. Celia Laighton Thaxter, b. They had homes in Watertown his father's , Newburyport rented and in Newtonville, Massachusetts. She had moved back to her island, Appledore Island, being hostess at her father's hotel, which became a writers and artists' warm weather gathering place.
Lower spine cover torn at front seam. Corner bumps; top spine edge wear. Interior very nice.. Ross, M. Drawings by.
Off-white pseudo leather over boards. Brightly illustrated cover and interior plates. Light orange and white: end papers busy with children as butterflies. Beautiful artwork: Young girls shown in outfits resembling flower petals, paired with compatible 4-line verses.
Vojnar, Kamil Cover design and Illustration by.. Cornelius Eddy is the author of 3 other volumes of poetry at the time of this publication. Revised Edition.. Index by titles, and authors.
Each author portrait accompanied by birth and death dates if relevant. Saint Paul MN. Unmarked inside. Light surface wear.. Together they worked and lived the writers' life. Yale University Press. Jacobi, Lotte Photograph by.. Yale Studies in English. Chess, Victoria Pictures by..
Jogalong Jim is the sheriff of Rottenshot does not have a lot of good press going for him, but he "was lucky that nobody lived there but him". Among the other comic heroes: a centipede, a frog, a court jester, a catfish, an anteater, a lady kangaroo, an ocelot. Ann Arbor MI. Top age block darkening.. Poets on Poetry Paperback. American and English 20th century poetry and poets organized into 4 categories: Generalization, Celebration; Reviewing; Notation.
Professor, poet, essayist, children's storyteller, and novelist Donald Hall was a professor at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and with his wife, poet Jane Kenyon, moved to New Hampshire to his grandparents' small farm. He has been the American Poet Laureate. Earlier copyright.. Front jacket flap alone remains, tucked inside cover.. Stamped gold spine titles.