210 illustrations from literature starting with the letter M, including: Macbeth, The Marsh King's Daughter, Mary Had a Little Lamb, The Memoirs of a White Elephant, Merrymind the Little Fiddler, Miss Muffet, Mother Hubbard, Mother Nature, Mowgli's Brothers, and more

A royal mouse, from a nursery rhyme.

Mouse

A royal mouse, from a nursery rhyme.

Scene from the story, "The Mouse, The Bird, and The Sausage."

Mouse and Bird

Scene from the story, "The Mouse, The Bird, and The Sausage."

A mouse looking into a mousetrap.

Mouse and Trap

A mouse looking into a mousetrap.

A mouse scrubbing her laundry on a miniature washboard.

Mouse Laundry

A mouse scrubbing her laundry on a miniature washboard.

An illustration of a mouse postman delivering mail to a house in a tree.

Mouse Postman Delivering Mail to House in Tree

An illustration of a mouse postman delivering mail to a house in a tree.

Mother wolf and father wolf and four little cubs. They lived in a cave. Father wolf woke up and yawned.

Mowgli's Brothers

Mother wolf and father wolf and four little cubs. They lived in a cave. Father wolf woke up and yawned.

The Brown baby finds the cave. "Something is coming," said Mother wolf.

Mowgli's Brothers

The Brown baby finds the cave. "Something is coming," said Mother wolf.

A man's cub. "Look!" said Father wolf. In front of him stood a naked baby, who could just walk.

Mowgli's Brothers

A man's cub. "Look!" said Father wolf. In front of him stood a naked baby, who could just walk.

The little baby comes into the wolf's cave. He looked up into Father wolf's face and laughed.

Mowgli's Brothers

The little baby comes into the wolf's cave. He looked up into Father wolf's face and laughed.

"Is that a man's cub?" said Mother wolf. "Bring it here," Father wolf's jaws closed on the child's back. Not a tooth, even, scratched the skin. Father wolf could mouth an egg without breaking it.

Mowgli's Brothers

"Is that a man's cub?" said Mother wolf. "Bring it here," Father wolf's jaws closed on the child's back.…

Mother wolf adopts the man's cub.

Mowgli's Brothers

Mother wolf adopts the man's cub.

Shere Khan, the Tiger, comes to claim the baby.

Mowgli's Brothers

Shere Khan, the Tiger, comes to claim the baby.

Mother wolf scares the Tiger.

Mowgli's Brothers

Mother wolf scares the Tiger.

Naming the man's cub.

Mowgli's Brothers

Naming the man's cub.

Mowgli at the Council. Akela, the great, gray, Lone wolf, the leader of the Pack, lay on the Council Rock.

Mowgli's Brothers

Mowgli at the Council. Akela, the great, gray, Lone wolf, the leader of the Pack, lay on the Council…

The Lone Wolf, Akela, calls for sponsors. The Law of the Jungle lays down that if there is any dispute as to the right of a cub to be accepted by the Pack, he must be spoken for by at least two members of the Pack who are not his father and mother.

Mowgli's Brothers

The Lone Wolf, Akela, calls for sponsors. The Law of the Jungle lays down that if there is any dispute…

The bear stands sponsor for the cub.

Mowgli's Brothers

The bear stands sponsor for the cub.

Akela calls for another sponsor.

Mowgli's Brothers

Akela calls for another sponsor.

The Black Panther promises a bull to the Pack as the price of Mowgli's acceptance.

Mowgli's Brothers

The Black Panther promises a bull to the Pack as the price of Mowgli's acceptance.

A man's cub is a man's cub, and he must learn all the Law of the Jungle.

Mowgli's Brothers

A man's cub is a man's cub, and he must learn all the Law of the Jungle.

Baloo teaching Mowgli. "Thou has been with the Monkey People, the gray apes, the people without a Law, the eaters of everything. That is a great shame."

Mowgli's Brothers

Baloo teaching Mowgli. "Thou has been with the Monkey People, the gray apes, the people without a Law,…

Baloo instructs Mowgli concerning the monkeys. "But we do not notice them even when they throw nuts and filth on our heads. He had hardly spoken when a shower of nuts and twigs spattered down through the branches."

Mowgli's Brothers

Baloo instructs Mowgli concerning the monkeys. "But we do not notice them even when they throw nuts…

Mowgli used to make little play-huts. The Monkey People considered these huts most wonderful.

Mowgli's Brothers

Mowgli used to make little play-huts. The Monkey People considered these huts most wonderful.

The Monkeys capture Mowgli. Two of the strongest monkeys caught Mowgli under the arms and swung off with him through the tree-tops, twenty feet at a bound.

Mowgli's Brothers

The Monkeys capture Mowgli. Two of the strongest monkeys caught Mowgli under the arms and swung off…

The hunting.

Mowgli's Brothers

The hunting.

Mr. Bear finds Brer Rabbit.

Mr. Bear

Mr. Bear finds Brer Rabbit.

A scene from the story, <em>Mr. Bunny's Lecture</em>. Mr. Bunny when walking out one winter's day was snowballed by sme of the youngesters they say; But he took them all home, and in manner most grave, he read them a lecture on how to behave!

Mr. Bunny's Lecture

A scene from the story, Mr. Bunny's Lecture. Mr. Bunny when walking out one winter's day was…

A scene from the story, <em>Mr. Bunny's Lecture</em>. Mr. Bunny when walking out one winter's day was snowballed by sme of the youngesters they say; But he took them all home, and in manner most grave, he read them a lecture on how to behave!

Mr. Bunny's Lecture

A scene from the story, Mr. Bunny's Lecture. Mr. Bunny when walking out one winter's day was…

From <em>Pinkey Perkins: Just a Boy</em>. "'Thank you, Mr. Gordon,' replied Pinkey for the whole party, 'we'll come down often."

Mr. Gordon

From Pinkey Perkins: Just a Boy. "'Thank you, Mr. Gordon,' replied Pinkey for the whole party,…

"Hickety, pickety, my black hen. She lays eggs for gentlemen."

My Black Hen

"Hickety, pickety, my black hen. She lays eggs for gentlemen."