Tag Archives: children

Deanna Molinaro

Deanna Molinaro writes and illustrates wonderful not-for-children books that I would like to my kids, if I had some. But why not for children? The books have cute illustrations, adorable creatures and don’t have Manichaean stories as the usual books … Continue reading

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The Surreal Adventures of Edgar Allan Poo

As a fan of Edgar Allan Poe‘s works is my duty follow an on-line comic called The Surreal Adventures of Edgar Allan Poo. The Surreal Adventures of Edgar Allan Poo is a series of children’s books created and written by … Continue reading

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Cozy Tomato / Koji Tomoto

Koji Tomoto, aka Cozy Tomato, is a very talented Japanese artist. He makes beautiful colourful works for books, magazines, editorial, advertising, publishing and he creates characters too. His illustrations are full of cuteness and happiness, it’s impossible to resist to … Continue reading

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Vintage Children’s Books Scans by Martin Klasch

P-E Fronning, from Martin Klasch blog, uploaded scanned images of three lovely books at his Flickr set Children’s Books. His last addition to the set was Jim, Jock and Jumbo, a children’s book published in New York in 1946. The … Continue reading

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Children’s Book Illustrators Gallery

It’s Sunday and most of you have the whole day free, so I will try to keep you busy with Children’s Book Illustrators Gallery. The amazing gallery contains more than 2000 scanned images of vintage children’s books, the “Golden Age … Continue reading

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Grandma’s Graphics

Grandma’s Graphics has a fabulous collection of vintage graphics and cliparts. Tons scanned images of old books to explore: decorative and ornamental letters with animals theme, seasons and holiday prints, illustrations for Shakespeare’s tales, images to coloured, John Tenniel‘s illustrations … Continue reading

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Beatrix Potter

Via a wonderful new blog, What’s New at the Internet Archive – eye candy for me, I discovered the cheerful work of Beatrix Potter. The English children’s book author and illustrator grew up in a rich family, but her parents … Continue reading

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The Wonderful Wizard of OZ

The children’s classic book The Wonderful Wizard of Oz has a special session at Wikipedia: Portal:Oz, or something like, all you ever wanted to know about Oz, but was afraid to ask. Or something near of that. The WikiProject Oz … Continue reading

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Christmas Linkdump: Music

Christmas is over, and I hope you had a great time. But that’s no reason to stop listening to good Christmas songs, is it? No! So take a look at some videos, and sites where you will find a very … Continue reading

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Christmas Linkdump: Books and Texts

Probably there are thousands of books and short stories about Christmas, from unknown writers to classic books. No matter how know are those stories, the important is share them, is spread this culture, right? Based on this idea of share … Continue reading

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