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- Songs of Childhood, by Walter De la Mare, contrib. by Anthony Hecht (Gutenberg text and page images)
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- Ballad of the Lost Hare (Boston: D. Lothrop, c1882), by Margaret Sidney (page images at LOC)
- Cats Cradle: Rhymes for Children (New York: R. Worthington, 1881), by Edward Willett, illust. by Charles Kendrick (page images at childrensbooksonline.org)
- Father Gander's Melodies for Mother Goose's Grandchildren (Boston: Little, Brown and Company, c1904), by Adelaide F. Samuels, illust. by Lillian Trask Harlow (page images at childrensbooksonline.org)
- Poems for Our Children, Including Mary Had a Little Lamb: Designed for Families, Sabbath Schools, and Infant Schools, Written to Inculcate Moral Truths and Virtuous Sentiments (reprint of 1830 collection (only "part first" published), with added preface; Boston: R. W. Hale, 1916), by Sarah Josepha Buell Hale, contrib. by Richard Walden Hale (multiple formats at archive.org)
- Plish and Plum (Boston: Roberts Bros., ca. 1883), by Wilhelm Busch, trans. by Charles T. Brooks (illustrated HTML at Gutenberg Canada)