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HEART OF OAK BOOKS.
A is Aladdin, who to good luck was born.
Cinderella, who went to a ball,
And left her glass slipper behind in the hall.
D is the Dwarf, Rumpelstiltkins by name.
is an Elf who is playing a game.
is the Frog who a-wooing would go,
Whether his mother would let him or no.
Goody Two Shoes, well known to you all.
Humpty Dumpty, who had a great fall.
I is the island, you'll surely remember,
Where Crusoe was wrecked at the end of
is for Jack, and his sister too, Jill.
for King Cole, whom you see laughing still.
L Little Bo Peep who fell fast asleep;
Where shall she look for her wandering sheep?
M Maid in the garden who was hanging out
is Nose, nose, the jolly red nose.
O is the Ogre who cried, “Fe-fo-fum,
I smell the blood of an Englishman."
P Puss in Boots who so well played his part.
is the Queen who is making a tart.
is Red Riding Hood, pretty and good,
Who was met by the wolf on her way through
S is for Sinbad, with the old man his rider.
is Tom Thumb, who was killed by the spider.
is Unicorn who fought for the crown,
But the Lion soon hunted him out of the town.
is for Valentine, ready to dare.
W Whittington, future lord mayor.
From A, B, and C all the letters you've read,
And now at the last you find X, Y, and Zed.
A, B, C.
A, B, C, tumble down D,
The cat's in the cupboard and can't see me.
GREAT A, LITTLE a.
Great A, little a,
The cat's in the cupboard,
Buckle my shoe;
Shut the door;
Pick up sticks ;
Lay them straight ;
A good fat hen;
A man must delve.
WE may be as good as we please, if we please
to be good.