1.30.2013

Pets in Vintage Children's Books


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Drawing Cats by Gladys Emerson Cook



Timid Timothy, illustrated by Gweneira Williams


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Fraidy Cat, illustrated by Barbara Maynard


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Goldfish, illustrated by Joy Buba




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Cocker Spaniel, illustrated by Lucy Dawson


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The Different Dog, illustrated by Paul Galdone




Illustration by Brian Wildsmith


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From Monsieur Bussy, The Celebrated Hamster, 
Illustrated by Annick Delhumeau


The Big Book of Pets illustrated by Janusz Grabianski

9 comments:

  1. Hello, I love your blog! I've just awarded you the Shine On Blog award. Please visit marchhousebookscom.blogspot.co.uk/ to read about the award. Best wishes, Barbara, March House Books

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  2. Have you seen the children's book, Pandora? That kitty is one of my favorites. Its written and illustrated by Clare Turlay Newberry. Harper & Brothers, 1944.

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  3. I'm not familiar with that book or illustrator, I'll have to look it up :>)

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  4. Whoops - I take that back. After googling it I have seen some of the illustrations before. You're right about the kitten, it is very well illustrated!

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