Lear's second collection of limericks appeared in 1872 in More Nonsense
Pictures, Rhymes Botany &c., published by Robert Bush. This book,
as the title suggests, contained not only limericks, but also botanies
and a collection of twenty-six other "nonsense rhymes and pictures"
describing as many characters (mainly animals) so as to form an alphabet.
Though the name given these is the same he used for the limericks, they
are not really "rhymes", but rather short prose descriptions.
- Nonsense Botany
- One Hundred Nonsense Pictures and Rhymes
- Twenty-six Nonsense Rhymes and Pictures