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The Peter Patter Book of Nursery Rhymes

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The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Peter Patter Book of Nursery Rhymes, by Leroy F. JacksonThis eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and withalmost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away orre-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License includedwith this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.netTitle: The Peter Patter Book of Nursery RhymesAuthor: Leroy F. JacksonIllustrator: Blanche Fisher WrightRelease Date: July 7, 2007 [EBook #22014]Language: English*** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK PETER PATTER ***Produced by K Nordquist, Close@Hand re-scanned someillustrations, Jacqueline Jeremy and the Online DistributedProofreading Team at http://www.pgdp.netCover View larger imageTHE PETER PATTER BOOKOF NURSERY RHYMESIllustration 2 THE KING HAD A PLATTER OF BRISKET AND BATTERView larger imageTitle pageView larger imageTHE PETER PATTER BOOKofNURSERY RHYMESby Pictures byLEROY F. BLANCHEJACKSON FISHER WRIGHTDedicationToANDREW, PUDGE, AND BOBBYMy first appreciative audienceCopyright © 1918 by Rand McNally & Company.Renewal copyright 1946by Rand McNally & Co.All rights reserved.PETER PATTER told them to me,All the little rimes,Whispered them among the bushesHalf a hundred times. OwlPeter lives upon a mountainPretty near the sun,Knows the bears and birds and rabbitsNearly every one;Has a home among the alders,Bed of cedar bark,Walks alone beneath the pine treesEven when it’s dark.Squirrels ...
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The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Peter Patter
Book of Nursery Rhymes, by
Leroy F. Jackson

This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no
cost and with
almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it,
give it away or
re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg
License included
with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.net

Title: The Peter Patter Book of Nursery Rhymes

Author: Leroy F. Jackson

Illustrator: Blanche Fisher Wright

Release Date: July 7, 2007 [EBook #22014]

Language: English

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Produced by K Nordquist, Close@Hand re-scanned
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emosillustrations, Jacqueline Jeremy and the Online
Distributed
Proofreading Team at http://www.pgdp.net

Cover View larger image

THE PETER PATTER
KOOBOF NURSERY RHYMES

Illustration 2 THE KING HAD A PLATTER OF
BRISKET AND BATTER
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Title page
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THE PETER PATTER BOOK

foNURSERY RHYMES

by

Pictures by
LEROY F. BLANCHE
JACKSON FISHER WRIGHT

Dedication

oTANDREW, PUDGE, AND BOBBY
My first appreciative audience

CRoepnyerwigahl tc o© p1yr9i1g8h t b1y 94R6and McNally & Company.
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PETER PATTER
told them to me,

All the little rimes,

Whispered them among the bushes

Half a hundred times.

Peter lives upon a mountain

Pretty near the sun,

Knows the bears and birds and rabbits

Nearly every one;

Has a home among the alders,

Bed of cedar bark,

Walks alone beneath the pine trees

Even when it’s dark.

Squirrels tell him everything

That happens in the trees,

Cricket in the gander-grass

Sings of all he sees;

Rimes from bats and butterflies,

Crabs and waterfowl;

But the best of all he gets

From his Uncle Owl.

Sometimes when its day-time,

But mostly in the night,

They sit beneath an oak tree

And hug each other tight,

And tell their rimes and riddles

Where the catty creatures prowl—

Funny little Peter Patter

And his Uncle Owl.

LIST OF THE RHYMES

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A Copper Down a Crack
9
I'm Much Too Big for a Fairy
9
Did You Ever Play Tag with a Tiger?
9
The Blue Song
10
Hippity Hop to Bed
10
Away to the River
11
Our Little Pat
12
The Animal Show
12
Tommy Trimble
12
Dickie, Dickie Dexter
14
On the Road to Tattletown
14
Polly and Peter
14
I Went to Town on Monday
15
Where Are You Going?
16
Christopher Crump
17
Pinky, Pinky, Pang
18
Tick, Tock
18
Under the Willow
20
High on the Mantel
20
Boots, Boots, Boots
21
Butterfly
22
Beela By the Sea
22
A Matter of Taste
23

TOoh,m Smayi,d tMhye SWonor
2
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323
Buzzy Brown
24
The Wind
24
The Hobo Band
24
AM uBlee eTtlheo oung hat sB
2
r
6
oomstraw
26
BA aCxtaenrd
2
l
8
e, a Candle
27
Loddy, Gin, and Ella Zander
28
AA sL iIt tlWe aBs oGy oRinagn tDoo twhne tEhen dH iollf
2
t
8
he Sky
30
Discretion
31
A Beetle Once Sat on a Barberry Twig
31
The Thieves
32
DUupcoknl eT, hDe aIirsisyh
3

2
Sea
32
IT’vhee GCoatr rao t Naenwd tBhoeo kR
3
a
4
bbit
35
UHipp poyn- tHhi-eH Gopaprdye
3
n
5
Gate
37
’Most Any Chip
37
A Moon Song
37
TWimhamt yM Oa’kTeoso lYeo
3
u
8
Laugh?
38
AB aMroann BCaattmereo fFfr
3
o
9
m Malden
39
TSiox CLiatrtlrey Soanl tmhoe nT
3
o
9
ot-Toot
40
Doubbledoon
40
The Party
42
ID’voec tGoro tM ac SYwellaottwle
4
P
5
uppy
43
Columbus
45

Terrible Tim
46
AWll hAatb’so atrhde fUors eB?o
4
m
6
bay
47
Water
47
Old Molly is Lowing
48
Snowflakes
48
Dippy-Dippy-Davy
48
RWinhkeyn- IT’amt tlaes
5

0
Rich as Uncle Claus
50
STliwpepnetryy LSitltilme
5
S
1
nowflakes
51
TNho e OFnree igath tHero
5
m
3
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53
Patters and Tatters
53
TChroe wCna tnhaed aK inGgo owsiteh
5

4
Carrot Tops
54
Hipperty, Clickerty, Clackerty, Bang
55
TShoen nSyt
5
o
6
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56
THihnek yT, hPuinndkeyr, BPaebaryl
5
y
8
Earl
59
Tipsy Tom
60
Jolly Jinks
60
TTrhaen Tsfhoirefm Cathioans
6
e
062
CSoonmseoblaotdioyn
6

263
TThhee RKionbgi nH aand d at hPel atStqerui
6
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3
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63
Rain
64
Old Father McNether
64
JKeinrrgy KWokaes ma
6
J
6
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64
Old Missus Skinner
67

Oh, Mother
69
ICf eI llaW eRree e Raicnhd erT
7
o
0
mmy To
69
The Army of the Queen
70
Romulus
70
The Hero
72
Pensive Percy
72
TMhoeo nR, aOg- MMaono
7
n
5
in the Empty Sky
73
Whenever I Go Out to Walk
75
A Free Show
76
BBlilulye BFluammpeksi nasn
7
d
6
Red Flames
77
Timothy Grady
77
CGaraptnadinm oTtichkelre Garnudn dhiys
7

8
Nickel
77
AN eTeodel eRs iamned
7

8
Pins
78
JHeallryr yJ aHkoeo kaenrd
7

8
Butter Bill
80
Cut Up a Caper
81
Eat, Eat, Eat
83
Hetty Hutton
83
AA BBiugn, dFlea t ofP oHtaatyo
8854
POeldt eFr,a tPhoepr pAenr
8
n
6
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86
THhere e TiCpopmaneys Fal oCwaebrb
8
a
6
ge
88
Plenty
89
The Runaways
89
TA hRe aScael,e sA mRaanc
9
e
1
to Moscow
91
A Prince from Pepperville
91

Boats
92
DPirde ttYyo Tu hEinvgesr?
9922
Hootem, Tootem, Clear the Track
94
DBaocbtieosr
9
D
5
rake
94
ATsw eI nCtya mThei eOvuets oFf roGrmu nAdlbyi oGnr
9
e
5
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96

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A COPPER DOWN A CRACK

Jingle, jingle, Jack,
A copper down a crack.
Twenty men and all their wives,
With sticks and picks and pocket knives,
Digging for their very lives
To get the copper back.

I’M MUCH TOO BIG FOR A FAIRY

I’m much too big for a fairy,
And much too small for a man,
But this is true:
Whatever I do,
I do it the best I can.

DID YOU EVER PLAY TAG WITH A TIGER?

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