Something else from archive.org: “Chinese Mother Goose Rhymes” with old Chinese nursery rhymes and songs. I’ve transcribed a small sample below and added vocabulary. If you want to download it, probably the B/W pdf version is your best choice.
(Also, be warned that some of the illustrations are a bit… disconcerting. Some of the texts too, come to think of it, but that shouldn’t be a surprise with old nursery rhymes. No way to anticipate the nightmarish collage of baby pictures in the front though, so I thought it only far to warn you.)
Away goes the butterfly,
To catch it I will never try;
The butterfly’s about to ‘light,
I would not have it if I might.
|落||落||luò [lào?]||luo4 [lao4?]||to alight (⇒ yabla)|
|要||要||yào||yao4||to want (⇒ yabla)|
Chinese Mother Goose Rhymes. Tr. and illustrated by Isaac Taylor Headland. Published 1900 by Fleming H. Revell company in New York, Chicago [etc.] .