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The Golden Book of Poems illustrated by Joan Walsh Anglund. The poem is Spring by William Blake.

The Golden Book of Poems illustrated by Joan Walsh Anglund. The poem is Spring by William Blake.

'mornin....Illustrator...Joan Walsh Anglund https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=344759918975317=a.248148318636478.56223.248135408637769=1

this was my favorite book as a child.i recently purchased the same book i used to compulsively check out from the library, some twentyfive years hence, for my children. morning is a little child Joan Walsh Anglund.

"The north wind doth blow, and we shall have snow, and what will poor Robin do then? Poor thing! He'll sit in a barn, to keep himself warm, and hide his head under his wing. Poor thing!" - (autumn, fall, art, illustration)

“ The North Wind doth blow’ or ‘The Robin’? This nursery rhyme is referred to as either the North Wind doth blow or The Robin. It is British in its origins - believed to have originated.

The Swing by Robert Lewis Stevenson from The Bumper Book, 1946

The Bumper Book, I memorized this poem when I was very little and still know it to this day :)

Nursery rhyme

13 Nursery Rhymes Retold For Adults Hush little baby, don’t say a word, other people live in this goddamn apartment building.

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