Mother Earth’s Children. The Frolics of the Fruits and Vegetables.

1914. New York: Wise-Parslow Company, 1914.

8vo, 96 pp. with colour illustrations by M.T. Ross. Red pictorial cloth, pictorial endpapers in red and black. Light mark to lower cover, else very good.

§ Charming rhymes and illustrations introducing 97 anthropomorphized fruits and vegetables including asparagus, cactus, coffee, endive, Indian corn, olive, and truffle. “Said Garlic: “My home used to be / In far-off, sunny Sicily; / But people here think I’m a blessing, / I make such splendid salad dressing.”. Item #106603

Price: $35.00

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