Children's Illustrated

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The Wind In the Willows

The Wind In the Willows

by Kenneth Grahame

The Wind in the Willows is a classic of children's literature by Kenneth Grahame, first published in 1908. Alternately slow moving and fast paced, it focuses on four anthropomorphised animal characters in a pastoral version of England. The novel is notable for its mixture of mysticism, adventure, morality, and camaraderie. The Wind in the Willows was in its thirty-first printing when then-famous playwright, A. A. Milne, who loved it, adapted a part of it for stage as Toad of Toad Hall in 1929.
When We Were Very Young

When We Were Very Young

by A A Milne

This collection of poetry by A. A. Milne and illustrated by E. H. Shepard has been delighting children and adults alike since being published in 1924. While dated, most of the simple, humorous poems remain magical and relevant to today's children.The book begins with an introduction entitled "Just Before We Begin," which introduces a narrator that might be Christopher Robin. Winnie the Pooh is included in the poem, "Teddy Bear," which originally appeared in Punch magazine in February 1924.
We Didn't Mean To Go To Sea

We Didn't Mean To Go To Sea

by Arthur Ransome

ARTHUR RANSOME was born in Leeds in 1884. He had an adventurous life -- as a baby he was carried by his father to the top of the Old Man of Coniston, a peak that is 2,276 ft high! He went to Russia in 1913 to study folklore and in 1914, at the start of World War I he became a foreign correspondent for the Daily News. In 1917 when the Russian Revolution began he became a journalist and was a special correspondent of the Guardian. He played chess with Lenin and married Trotsky's personal secretary, Evgenia... Read more
The Snowman

The Snowman

by Raymond Briggs

Raymond Briggs was born in London in 1934.  At the age of 15, he  went to Wimbeldon Art School to learn how to draw, as he wanted to become a cartoonist.  But there he was told that cartooning was not a profession for gentlemen and that he ought to be a painter.  Raymond then went on to the Slade School in London to study painting as a full-time student.  During his spare time, he began work on a portfolio of illustrations of all kinds, including jackets... Read more
The Adventures Of Tom Bombadil

The Adventures Of Tom Bombadil

by J R R Tolkien

The Adventures of Tom Bombadil is a collection of poetry written by J. R. R. Tolkien and published in 1962. The book contains 16 poems, only two of which deal with Tom Bombadil, a character who is most famous for his encounter with Frodo Baggins in The Fellowship of the Ring (the first volume in Tolkien's best-selling The Lord of the Rings). The rest of the poems are an assortment of bestiary verse and fairy tale rhyme. Two of the poems appear in The Lord of the Rings as well.
Westward Ho!

Westward Ho!

by Charles Kingsley

Ship's Cat

Ship's Cat

by Richard Adams

The Ship's Cat

The Ship's Cat

by Richard / Aldridge, Alan Adams

The Boy's King Arthur

The Boy's King Arthur

by Sidney Lanier

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Snow Goose

by Paul Gallico

Paul Gallico was born in New York in 1892. He became a minor celebrity as a sports writer and then began writing short stories for magazines. Gallico went on to write many more short stories and novels, including The Poseidon Adventure in 1969. He died in 1976.
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The Pied Piper Of Hamelin

by Robert Browning

Robert Browning (1812-1889) was born in Camberwell, London, the son of a clerk in the Bank of England. The strongest influence on his education were the books in his father's extensive library, particularly the writings of Byron and Shelley. His dramatic poem Paracelsus, published in 1835, established his reputation and brought him the friendship of the actor-manager William Macready. When Macready's eldest son Willie was ill in bed, Browning wrote for the boy's entertainment the poem of The Pied Piper,... Read more
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An Edwardian Christmas

by John, S Goodall

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The Streets Of Ankh Morpork

by Terry; Briggs, Stephen Pratchett

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An Edwardian Season

by John, S Goodall

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The Butterfly Ball and Grasshopper's Feast

by Alan and Plomer, William:Richard Fitter Aldridge

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An Edwardian Summer

by John, S Goodall

Children's Illustrated Books & Ephemera

Yearling

Yearling

by Rawlings, Marjorie

Penalty

Penalty

by Morris, Gouverneur

Mother Goose a B C

Mother Goose a B C

by Mother3157, Goose

Grand Buffalo, The

Grand Buffalo, The

by Garrett, William

A Fairy Book

A Fairy Book

by Rackham, Arthur

Teapots and Quails

Teapots and Quails

by Lear, Edward

Lullaby-Land

Lullaby-Land

by Field, Eugene