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Juan Carlos Federico

The illustrator Juan Carlos Federico has a brilliant portfolio, filled with very cute children’s books illustrations, editorial, monsters, and his very creative series Restatos and Sumanes. The series, which look like collages, always make me smile. And if that wasn’t … Continue reading

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Lunch in a Box

Some mothers are better than others, I mean, when the issue is kids’ lunch box. Biggie, from Lunch in a Box: Building a Better Bento, is one of those dedicated, talented and with a lot patience, mothers and wives, in … Continue reading

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Fairy Tales books on Archive

Fairy tale is a fictional story that usually features folkloric characters (such as fairies, goblins, elves, trolls, witches, giants, and talking animals) and enchantments, often involving a far-fetched sequence of events. The Internet Archive highlighted seven fairy tale books with … Continue reading

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Illustrations from Hedgehog in the Fog

The Russian LiveJournal community Kidpix published some illustrations with part of the text (in Russian) from the book “???? ? ??????“, known as “Hedgehog in the Fog“. “Hedgehog in the Fog” was at first a Soviet animated film directed by … Continue reading

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Circus by Valery Alffevsky

This Russian Livejournal page has a serious of beautiful illustrations from the book “Circus”, published in 1966 and illustrated by the soviet painter Valery Alffevsky. Alffevsky studied in Vkhutemas, a famous school of Russian Avant-garde. I don’t know much about … Continue reading

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MPH classic books ads

This is one of the three ads created by Ogilvy & Mather India for MPH, which slogan is If children don’t read, they’ll never know. Classic fairy tales available at MPH. The pretty ad illustrations with modern versions of classic … Continue reading

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On Tummie-Design you will find the super cute portfolio of Tummie with illustrations, toys and animations, her shop with lovely bags and wallets with monsters (cute monsters I may say), and some very pretty things she made to download, including … Continue reading

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Yannick Thomé

The French illustrator Yannick Thomé has an adorable illustration blog. The blog isn’t frequently updated, but the archive with cute illustrations worth a visit. The kids will love the his blog, specially the category Pour les petits with illustration for … Continue reading

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Vintage Russian Record Covers

The parents of Zoya Eydelman keep their collection of 1970’s and 1980’s Russian Records and she kindly decided to share those treasures through her Flickr. The ’70s & ’80s Russian Record Covers photoset contains 89 pictures of diverse kind of … Continue reading

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Barbara Reid

The Canadian illustrator and author Barbara Reid has marvellous work of clay illustrations. She is an award-winning illustrator whose work ranges from children’s books to commercial advertising. For me it was clay, but she explains the material used is plasticine. … Continue reading

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