The Boy's Picture Book. Concord, N. H.: R. Merrill, 1843. —Miscellaneous cuts found lying about the print shop. Some, like the humorous advertising cut above, are a bit surreal taken out of context.
Child's Picture Book. Concord, N. H.: Rufus Merrill, 1849. —Miscellaneous woodcuts with just enough words to fill the leftover space. Mr. Merrill apparently made a profitable sideline of selling these little books, which must have cost him very little effort.
Routledge's Nursery Picture Book, containing upwards of six hundred and thirty illustrations. London: Routledge, Warne, and Routledge, 1862. —A treasury of hundreds of small cuts left over from an extraordinary variety of publications.
My Pet's Album. With 130 illustrations by first-class artists. London: S. W. Partridge & Co., . —Skillful, if not always first-class, engravings, each illustrating a little moral lesson for children.
My Pet's Picture Book. New York: American Tract Society, 1873. —Each picture illustrates a page of text with a valuable moral lesson.
My Hodge-Podge Picture Book, by Philip Findlay. With one hundred and fifty illustrations. Boston: Estes and Lauriat, 1880.
Old Father Christmas Picture-Book. By Lizzie Mack and Robert Ellice Mack. London: Ernest Nister, . —Some very fine color illustrations.