|Little Folks (July 1884) A Magazine for the Young
|The Boarding School Familiar conversations between a governess and her pupils. Written for the amusement and instruction of young ladies.
|Harrison's Amusing Picture and Poetry Book
|Peter Prim's Profitable Present To the little misses and masters of the United States
|Happy Days for Boys and Girls
|St. Nicholas Magazine for Boys and Girls, Vol. 5, Nov 1877-Nov 1878 Scribner's Illustrated
|The Empire Annual for Girls, 1911
|Little Folks (December 1884) A Magazine for the Young
|Little Folks A Magazine for the Young (Date of issue unknown)
Harper's Young People, Vol. 01, Issue 01, Nov. 4, 1879
Harper's Young People upon its first publication in 1879 was an illustrated weekly publication containing delightful serialized stories, short stories,fiction and nonfiction, anecdotes, jokes, artwork, and more for children. Published by Harper & Brothers, known for their other publications Harper's Bazaar and Harper's Magazine.
|Our Young Folks—Vol. I, No. II, February 1865 An Illustrated Magazine for Boys and Girls
|Little Folks (October 1884) A Magazine for the Young
|Phebe, the Blackberry Girl Uncle Thomas's Stories for Good Children
|The Old Castle and Other Stories
|A Museum for Young Gentlemen and Ladies Or, a Private Tutor for Little Masters and Misses
|Old Mother Hubbard and Her Dog
|Live to be Useful or, The Story of Annie Lee and her Irish Nurse
|A Week of Instruction and Amusement, or, Mrs. Harley's birthday present to her daughter : interspersed with short stories, outlines of sacred and prophane history, geography &c.
|Graded Memory Selections
|Deborah Dent and Her Donkey and Madam Fig's Gala Two Humorous Tales
|Little Folks (Septemeber 1884) A Magazine for the Young
|Gems Gathered in Haste A New Year's Gift for Sunday Schools
Little Girl to Her Flowers
This is a small volume with short poems about flowers. Listeners may wish to refer to the online text, which includes very neat illustrations.
|The Peacock and Parrot, on their Tour to Discover the Author of "The Peacock At Home"
|Life and Adventures of Mr. Pig and Miss Crane A Nursery Tale
|The Skating Party and Other Stories
|The Runaway Or, The Adventures of Rodney Roverton
|Charlie Scott or, There's Time Enough
|Little Folks (November 1884) A Magazine for the Young
A Book of Natural History
YOUNG FOLKS' LIBRARYA BOOK OF NATURAL HISTORYTHE WONDER OF LIFE, BY PROFESSOR, T. H. HUXLEY. Every one has seen a cornfield. If you pluck up one of the innumerable wheat plants which are fixed in the soil of the field, about harvest time, you will find that it consists of a stem which ends in a root at one end and an ear at the other, and that blades or leaves are attached to the sides of the stem. The ear contains a multitude of oval grains which are the seeds of the wheat plant. You know that when these seeds are cleared from the husk or bran in which they are enveloped, they are ground into fine powder in mills, and that this powder is the flour of which bread is made...