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The Owl and the Pussycat.

Scenes from Edward Lear's classic nursery rhyme spring from the pages of this exquisitely designed and illustrated pop-up book.

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  • "This is an illustrated new edition of Edward Lear's classic nonsense rhyme about the epic voyage of two courteous lovers and their eventual marriage on the island of the bong tree; in the piggy-wig and his ring, the vicar turkey, and the wedding feast eaten with the runcible spoon."
  • "Scenes from Edward Lear's classic nursery rhyme spring from the pages of this exquisitely designed and illustrated pop-up book."@en
  • "After a courtship voyage of a year and a day Owl and Pussy finally buy a ring from Piggy and are blissfully married."
  • "After a courtship voyage of a year and a day Owl and Pussy finally buy a ring from Piggy and are blissfully married."@en
  • "After a courtship voyage of a year and a day, Owl and Pussy buy a ring from Piggy and are blissfully married."@en
  • "After a courtship voyage of a year and a day, Owl and Pussy finally buy a ring from Piggy and are blissfully married."@en
  • "After a courtship voyage of a year and a day, Owl and Pussy finally buy a ring from Piggy and are blissfully married."
  • "The owl and the pussy cat take to the sea and dance by the light of the moon."
  • "After a courtship voyage of a year and a day, the owl and the pussycat finally buy a ring from Piggy and are blissfully married, in this illustrated version of Lear's nonsense poem."
  • "After a courtship voyage of a year and a day, Owl and Pussy finally buy a ring from Piggy are blissfully married."
  • "While at sea in a pea-green boat the Owl and Pussy-cat decide to get married."
  • "While at sea in a pea-green boat the Owl and Pussy-cat decide to get married."@en
  • "Jump aboard the pea-green boat and enter the enchanting world of Edward Lear. This collection of Lear's best-loved nonsense verse is published to coincide with the Bicentenary of his birth in May 2012. Rediscover the Owl and the Pussycat, The Jumblies, and The Dong with a Luminous Nose. Learn what happened to The New Vestments of the old man from the Kingdom of Tess and take a stroll through Bong Tree Land. Lear's verse and limericks have enthralled generations of families, but it is as an ornithological illustrator that he first made his name. His poems, and the original artworks that accompany them, form the heart of this beautiful book, but Lear's sketches and drawings of birds, as well as a brief glimpse into the life of the man who declared: 'Nonsense is the breath of my nostrils' complete the tribute to an extraordinary and enduring talent. This specially illustrated Bicentenary edition provides not only a celebration of Edward Lear's two-hundredth year, but a unique gift for adults and children to enjoy together for centuries to come. Every poem in this collection is brought to life with a series of stunning new illustrations by award-winning artist Robert Ingpen."
  • "Lear's classic for children, illustrated with full color photographs of puppets and dolls."@en
  • "An illustrated version of the owl and the pussycat's courtship."
  • "An illustrated version of the owl and the pussycat's courtship."@en
  • "Sail to sea with the Owl and the Pussycat in Edward Lear's classic poem, where fantasy springs to life with all-new, full-color pop-ups."
  • "Ian Beck, whose other books include Emily and the Golden Acorn, Tom and the Island of Dinosaurs, and a retelling of Peter and the Wolf, provides warm colour illustrations in this edition, that complement Edward Lear's celebrated nonsense poem."@en
  • "Presents the well-known Lear poem plus eight limericks."@en
  • "Presents the well-known Lear poem plus eight limericks."
  • "After a courtship of a year and a day, Owl and Pussy finally buy a ring from Piggy and are blissfully married."
  • "Edward Lear's famous nonsense poem describes the adventures of an owl and a pussycat who go to sea "in a beautiful pea-green boat.""@en

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  • "English poetry"@en
  • "Picture books"
  • "Toy and movable books."
  • "Limericks"
  • "Broadsides"@en
  • "Nonsense verses."@en
  • "Nonsense verses."
  • "Hand-colored illustrations"@en
  • "Juvenile literature"
  • "Artists' books"
  • "Miniature books (Printing)"@en
  • "Collections"
  • "Fiction."@en
  • "Nonsense verses, English."@en
  • "Typefaces (Type evidence)"
  • "Children's poetry"
  • "Children's poetry"@en
  • "Picture books for children."
  • "Board books."
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Children's poetry, English."
  • "Children's poetry."
  • "Poetry"@en
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  • "Poetry."
  • "Specimens"
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  • "Juvenile works."
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  • "Dust jackets (Bindings)"
  • "Board books"
  • "Toy and movable books"
  • "Linocuts"
  • "Nursery rhymes."
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  • "Specimens."@en
  • "Nonsense verse"
  • "Nonsense verse"@en

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  • "The owl and the pussy cat and Granny Gray's favorite mother Goose rhymes"
  • "The owl and the pussy-cat : a pop-up book."
  • "The Owl and the Pussycat."@en
  • "Owl & the pussycat"
  • "The Owl and the pussycat : a soft-to-touch story"
  • "The owl and the pussycat : and other poems /"
  • "The owl and the pussycat."
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  • "Owl & the Pussycat,The."
  • "The owl and the pussy-cat. /"@en
  • "The owl and the pussy-cat. /"
  • "The Owl and the pussy cat : and other nonsense /"
  • "The Owl & the Pussycat and The Duck & the Kangaroo."@en
  • "The owl and the pussy-cat and other nonsense."@en
  • "The owl and the pussy cat and other rhymes /"@en
  • "The owl and the pussycat and other poems /"
  • "The owl and the pussy cat /"
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  • "The Owl and the Pussy-cat /"
  • "The owl and the pussy-cat and other nonse"
  • "Owl And The Pussy Cat /"
  • "The owl and the pussy-cat"
  • "The owl and the pussy-cat"@en
  • "The owl & the pussy-cat & other nonsense /"
  • "The owl & the pussy-cat & other nonsense /"@en
  • "Shaw's the owl and the pussy-cat"
  • "Owl and the pussy-cat went to sea"@en
  • "The owl and the pussycat : and other stories /"
  • "The owl and the pussycat : and other stories /"@en
  • "Owl and the Pussycat"@en
  • "The owl and the pussy-cat; nonsense."
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  • "The owl and the pussy-cat and other verses /"
  • "The owl and the pussy-cat and other verses /"@en
  • "The Owl & the Pussy-Cat /"@en
  • "Owl and the pussycat"@en
  • "Owl and the pussycat"
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  • "The Owl and the Pussy-Cat."
  • "The Owl and the Pussycat, and other poems ... Illustrated by Margaret Jervis. [Extracted from "Nonsense Songs."]."@en
  • "The owl and the pussycat and other nonsense rhymes /"
  • "The Owl and the pussycat /"
  • "The Owl and the pussycat /"@en
  • "The owl and the pussycat"@en
  • "The owl and the pussycat"
  • "Owl and the pussycat and other nonsense"
  • "The owl and the pussy cat"
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  • "The owl and the pussycat /"
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  • "The owl and the pussy-cat : nonsense /"
  • "The owl and the Pussycat /"
  • "The owl and the pussy-cat ..."@en
  • "Edward Lear's The owl and the pussycat /"@en
  • "The owl and the pussycat. Reprinted."@en
  • "Owl and the pussycat."@en
  • "Owl and the pussycat."
  • "The owl and the pussy cat. Nonsense by Edward Lear. Pictures by Dale Maxey."@en
  • "The Owl and the pussy-cat /"
  • "Owl and the pussy-cat & other nonsense"
  • "The Owl and the Pussy-cat.[read by Alan Bennett]"
  • "Edward Lear's the owl and the pussycat /"
  • "The owl and the pussy-cat."
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  • "Edward Lear's The owl and the pussycat"@en
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  • "The Owl and the Pussycat [chart-large]."@en
  • "The owl and the pussy cat and Granny Gray's favorite Mother Goose rhymes."@en
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