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Issue Details: First known date: 1920... 1920 Hot Pies
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A reversioning of the traditional rhyme, 'Little Jack Horner', in which Jack burns his thumb and his mother treats it (with an oiled rag!).

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    y separately published work icon Cole's Happy Time Picture and Nursery Rhyme Book Lillian M. Pyke , Percy Leason (illustrator), Melbourne : E. W. Cole , 1920 Z846345 1920 selected work poetry children's A collection of original verse, some of which revisit well-known stories and rhymes and others that introduce Australian content, including a set of limericks about Victorian places. This collection has some specific leanings to Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland, both in the content of individual rhymes and in Leason's delightful illustrations. Cole's Happy Time Picture and Nursery Rhyme Book : A Jolly Book for Little Australians full of Bright Pictures Melbourne : E. W. Cole , 1920 pg. 42
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