A DILLER, A DOLLAR by Lillian-complied by Morrison
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A DILLER, A DOLLAR

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The popularity of Yours Till Niagara Falls and Black Within And Red Without, will testify to the probable market for this third book of school days' humor- ""Rhymes and Sayings for the Ten-O'Clock Scholar"", compiled by Lillian Morrison. The result of good rapport with the children she knows, Lillian Morrison's collection is a true and laughable rendition of current sayings going the rounds. The rhymes are divided into categories covering school subjects, deportment, book inscriptions, etc., and range in reason from, ""Ashes to ashes,/Dust to dust,/Oil those brains/Before they rest"" to ye old ""No more pencils, no more books/No more teachers' nasty looks.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1955
Publisher: Crowell