Cast of Creatures
Identified by Opal

Agamemnon Menelaus Dindon
A pet turkey.

Adamnan of Iona
A sheep.

Alan of Bretagne
A fir tree.

Aidan of Iona Come From Lindisfarne
The shepherd.

Alberic De Briancon
A sheep.

Alcuin
A sheep.

Alfric of Canterbury
A sheep.

Anacreon Herodotus
A lamb a little more little than the other little lamb.

Andromeda
Sister hen of Clementine.

Anthonya Mundy
Solomon Grundy's little pig sister that has not got as much curl in her tail as has Solomon Grundy.

Aphrodite
The mother-pig.

Aristotle
A pet bat who died of eating too many mosquitoes.

Bebe Blanche & Bebe William
Two little trees by Edward III.

Bede of Jarrow
A sheep.

Ben Jonson
One of Minerva's baby chickens.

Brave Horatius
The shepherd dog.

Byron
A fir tree in the lane.

Cassiopee
A neighbor's pig.

Cardinal Richelieu
One of Minerva's baby chickens.

Charlemagne
The most tall tree of all the trees growing in the lane.

Clementine
A Plymouth Rock hen.

Cynewulf
A sheep.

Dalian Forgaill
A sheep.

Dear Love and Her Young Husband
Neighbors and dear friends.

Edmund Spenser
One of Minerva's baby chickens.

Edward III
A fir tree near the singing creek where the willows grow.

Edward, Prince of Wales
A younger tree growing near unto Edward III.

Edwin of Diera
A sheep.

Elidor
A sheep.

Elizabeth Barrett Browning
A pet cow with poetry in her tracks.

Elsie And Her Young Husband
neighbors and interesting friends.

Epicurus Pythagoras
A lamb.

Etienne of Blois
A fir tree in the woods.

Felix Mendelssohn
A very dear pet mouse.

Felix of Croyland
A sheep.

Francis Beaumont
One of Minerva's baby chickens.

Geoffroi Chaucer
A little squirrel that was hurt by the black cat.

Godefroi of Bouillon
A fir tree in the woods.

Good King Edward I
A fir tree growing in the lane.

Grandpere
The father of Angel Father.

Guy De Cavaillon
A sheep.

Gwian
A sheep.

Homer Archimedes Chilon
A little lamb more big than all the other lambs.

Hugh Capet
A fir tree growing in the lane.

Isaiah
A plain dog.

Jean De La Fontaine
One of Minerva's baby chickens.

Jean Moliere
One of Minerva's baby chickens.

Jean Racine
One of Minerva's baby chickens.

Jenny Strong
A visitor with an interesting bonnet.

John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster
A tree growing near unto Edward III.

John Fletcher
One of Minerva's baby chickens.

Keats
An oak tree in the lane.

Lars Porsena of Clusium
A pet crow with a fondness for collecting things.

Lionel, Duke Of Clarence
A tree growing near unto Edward III.

Lola
A little girl in school, who had wants for a white silk dress.

Louis II, Le Grand Conde
A wood-mouse with likes to ride in the sleeve of my red dress.

Louis VI
A grand fir tree in the woods.

Lucian Horace Ovid Virgil
A toad.

Marcus Aurelius
A lamb.

Mathilde Plantagenet
The baby calf of the gentle Jersey cow, that came on the night of the coming of Elsie's baby.

Menander Euripides Theocritus Thucydides
A most dear lamb that had needs to be mothered.

Michael Angelo Sanzio Raphael
A grand fir tree with an understanding soul.

Nannerl Mozart
A very shy mouse.

Napoleon
The Rhode Island Red rooster.

Nicholas Boileau
One of Minerva's baby chickens.

Oliver Goldsmith
One of Minerva's baby chickens.

Orderic
A sheep.

Peace
A mother hen that has got all her children grown up.

Periander Pindar
A lamb.

Peter Paul Rubens
A very dear pet pig.

Pius VII
One of Minerva's baby chickens.

Plato & Pliny
twin bats

Plutarch Demosthenes
A lamb.

Queen Eleanor of Castile
A fir tree in the lane growing by Edward I.

Queen Philippa of Hainault
A fir tree growing by Edward III.

Raoul De Houdenc
A sheep.

Raymond of Toulouse
A fir tree in the woods.

Sadie Mckibben
A comforter in time of trouble.

Saint Louis
A fir tree growing in the lane.

Samuel Taylor Coleridge
One of Minerva's baby chickens.

Savonarola
A sorrel horse.

Shelley
A fir tree growing in the lane.

Sir Francis Bacon
One of Minerva's baby chickens.

Sir Philip Sidney
One of Minerva's baby chickens.

Sir Walter Raleigh
One of Minerva's baby chickens.

Solomon Grundy
A very dear baby pig.

Solon Thales
A lamb.

Sophocles Diogenes
A lamb with a short tail and a question-look in his eyes.

Theodore Roosevelt
A fir tree in the lane.

Thomas Chatterton Jupiter Zeus
A most dear velvety wood-rat.

Tibullus Theognis
A fuzzy lamb with very long legs.

William Makepeace Thackeray
A little bird that was hurt.

William Shakespeare
An old gray horse with an understanding soul.

William Wordsworth
An oak tree in the lane.