London and New York: Ernest Nister and E.P. Dutton & Co. A charming illustrated children's book of poetry and prose with four (4) two-page pop-up spreads depicting: a farmer and son plowing a field with horses; a sleeping child among a gentle flock of sheep and lambs; four children playing with toys in a living room; and another group of six children playing in boats and feeding swans, ducks, and their little ducklings. There are fourteen different short rhymes and stories, including "The Boy Who Wouldn't Wash", "The Little Fish and the Oyster", and "The Sand Castle". 4to (9.75" by 8"), pp. 28, with in-text illustrations and 4 full-spread pop-up scenes. Bound in original illustrated chromolithographed boards with patterned endpapers, red cloth spine. Fine; extremities rubbed, central pop-up detached from spine.