Books of Instruction
These chapbooks are written for children and contain an educational theme, the primary purpose being to instruct a child in letters or provide information about the world. Alphabet books are an example of books of instruction. Chapbooks that provide behavioural and moral lessons are included in the 'Religious and Moral' category.
A Pleasing toy for children.
An alphabet of animals / by a lady.
Eight stories for Isabel.
Juvenile games and nursery rhymes.
Little Frank's almanack, to show little boys and girls their play days.
Markham's spelling-book : arranged for the use of preparatory schools.
Mrs. Lovechild's golden present : for all good little boys and girls.
Nursery novelties for little masters and misses : with coloured engravings. Harris's cabinet of amusement and instruction ; 5
Poems, pictures, and alphabet of verses : for the amusement and instruction of young persons.
Punctuation in verse, or, The good child's book of stops / by Madame Leinstein.
Stories about the balloon, windmill, sofa, bureau, harp, baseviol, violin, buglehorn, fire-engine, and wheelbarrow : in words...
Stories about the kite, fan, boat, barrel, brush, jug, pipe, knife, fork, spoon, and shovel : in words of one and two...
Stories about the watch, clock, globe, inkstand, pen, slate, cradle, and anchor : in words of one and two syllables. Two cent...
The ABC in verse for young learners. Refield's toy books. Second series ; no. 1