Tags » Kate Greenaway

The Cats Have Come to Tea


Marigold Garden
by Kate Greenaway

WHAT did she see–oh, what did she see,
As she stood leaning against the tree?
Why all the Cats had come to tea.

113 more words
.poetry

HAPPY DAYS


by Kate Greenaway

“Are you going next week to see Phillis and Phoebe?

Phillis on Monday will be just fourteen.

She says we shall all have our tea in the garden,

52 more words
Kate Greenaway

GOING TO SEE GRANDMAMMA


by Kate Greenaway

Little Molly and Damon

Are walking so far,

For they’re going to see

Their kind Grandmamma.

And they very well know,

When they get there she’ll take…

52 more words
.rhymes

FIRST ARRIVALS

Marigold Garden
Pictures and Rhymes
by KATE GREENAWAY

It is a Party, do you know,

And there they sit, all in a row,

Waiting till the others come,

97 more words
.rhymes

Color My World

Following is the introduction to my book Annagrammatica’s Children’s Dictionary of Invisible Things. You can get a PDF of the entire book for free or you can  369 more words

Writing

Bracken UNCURLING

Same day, same site two different stages of Bracken

This would have been the final stage of the bracken’s life as depicted by Victorian children’s book illustrator Kate Greenaway 8 more words

Nature

ON THIS DAY: March 17, 2018

March 17th is

Camp Fire Girls Day *

Corned Beef and Cabbage Day

Play the Recorder Day *

St. Patrick’s Day

_________________________________________

MORE! Kate Greenaway, Myrlie Evers and Golda Meir, click 1,646 more words

History