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R. Caldecott’s Picture Books series

Books in the R. Caldecott’s Picture Books series:

The Babes in the Wood (1879)

Babes in the Wood is a traditional children’s tale first published as a ballad by Thomas Millington in Norwich in 1595. This is R. Caldecott’s Picture Book #4.

Author: Randolph Caldecott
Illustrator: Randolph Caldecott

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Baby Bunting (1882)

This R. Caldecott picture book contains two rhymes.

Author: Randolph Caldecott
Illustrator: Randolph Caldecott

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Come Lasses and Lads (1884)

A traditional ballad.

Author: Randolph Caldecott
Illustrator: Randolph Caldecott

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A Farmer Went Trotting Upon His Gray Mare (1884)

This R. Caldecott picture book contains two traditional rhymes.

Author: Randolph Caldecott
Illustrator: Randolph Caldecott

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The Farmer’s Boy (1881)

A traditional rhyme that goes through all the farmer’s animals and their sounds.

Author: Randolph Caldecott
Illustrator: Randolph Caldecott

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The Fox Jumps Over the Parson’s Gate (1883)

A traditional hunting song.

Author: Randolph Caldecott
Illustrator: Randolph Caldecott

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A Frog He Would A-Wooing Go (1883)

An old Scottish ballad.

Author: Randolph Caldecott
Illustrator: Randolph Caldecott

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The Great Panjandrum Himself (1885)

The final picture book by R. Caldecott is a nonsense paragraph.

Author: Samuel Foote
Illustrator: Randolph Caldecott

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Hey Diddle Diddle (1882)

This R. Caldecott picture book contains two rhymes.

Author: Randolph Caldecott
Illustrator: Randolph Caldecott

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The House that Jack Built (1878)

The well-loved rhyme of what lay in the house that Jack built.

Author: Randolph Caldecott
Illustrator: Randolph Caldecott

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Lightning Sketches for ‘The House That Jack Built’ (1899)

Preliminary sketches for the R. Caldecott Picture Book.

Author: Randolph Caldecott
Illustrator: Randolph Caldecott

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The Milkmaid (1882)

This is an old song of a milkmaid and a young gentleman, here exhibited and explained in many designs.

Author: Randolph Caldecott
Illustrator: Randolph Caldecott

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Mrs. Mary Blaize (1885)

A humorous rhyme about a pawnbroker.

Author: Oliver Goldsmith
Illustrator: Randolph Caldecott

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The Queen of Hearts (1881)

The King was in his counting house …

Author: Randolph Caldecott
Illustrator: Randolph Caldecott

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R. Caldecott’s Picture Book: Volume 2 (1881)

This second volume of the omnibus edition contains:

Author: Randolph Caldecott
Illustrator: Randolph Caldecott

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Randolph Caldecott’s Collection of Pictures and Songs (1881)

This omnibus collects the first eight of R. Caldecott’s Picture Books:

Author: Randolph Caldecott
Illustrator: Randolph Caldecott

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Randolph Caldecott’s Painting Book: First Series (1902)

Illustrations from the Picture Books with outlines on the opposite page to color in.

Author: Randolph Caldecott
Illustrator: Randolph Caldecott

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