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Project Gutenberg's Children's Books and Their Illustrators, by Gleeson WhiteThis eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and withalmost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away orre-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License includedwith this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.netTitle: Children's Books and Their IllustratorsAuthor: Gleeson WhiteOther: The International StudioRelease Date: November 1, 2008 [EBook #27112]Language: English*** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK CHILDREN'S BOOKS AND ILLUSTRATORS ***Produced by Colin Bell, Joseph Cooper, Emmy and the OnlineDistributed Proofreading Team at http://www.pgdp.netCoverScribner's New Books for the YoungMrs. Burnett'sWith all the originalFamousIllustrations by Reginald B.Juveniles Birch.5 vols. Each 12mo $1.25.A writer in the Boston Post has said of Mrs. Burnett: "She has a beauty of imagination and aspiritual insight into the meditations of childhood which are within the grasp of no other writer for children,"—and thesefive volumes would indeed be difficult to match in child literature. The new edition is from new plates, with all the originalillustrations by Reginald B. Birch, is bound in a handsome new cover. "Little Lord Fauntleroy," "Two Little Pilgrims'Progress," "Piccino and Other Child Stories," "Giovanni and the Other," "Sara Crewe," and "Little Saint Elizabeth andother Stories" (in one volume).Three NewIllustrated by WalterVolumes ...
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Project Gutenberg's Children's Books and Their Illustrators, by Gleeson White
This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.net
Title: Children's Books and Their Illustrators
Author: Gleeson White
Other: The International Studio
Release Date: November 1, 2008 [EBook #27112]
Language: English
*** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK CHILDREN'S BOOKS AND ILLUSTRATORS ***
Produced by Colin Bell, Joseph Cooper, Emmy and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team at http://www.pgdp.net
Cover
Scribner's New Books for the Young Mrs. Burnett's FamousWith all the original Illustrations by Reginald B. JuvenilesBirch. 5 vols. Each 12mo $1.25. A writer in theBoston Posthas said of Mrs. Burnett: "She has a beauty of imagination and a spiritual insight into the meditations of childhood which are within the grasp of no other writer for children,"—and these five volumes would indeed be difficult to match in child literature. The new edition is from new plates, with all the original illustrations by Reginald B. Birch, is bound in a handsome new cover. "Little Lord Fauntleroy," "Two Little Pilgrims' Progress," "Piccino and Other Child Stories," "Giovanni and the Other," "Sara Crewe," and "Little Saint Elizabeth and other Stories" (in one volume). Three New Illustrated by Walter VG.o lAu. mHees tbyPaget and W. A. Margetson. n yEach 12mo $1.50. It would be a bitter year for the boys if Mr. Henty were to fail them with a fresh assortment of his enthralling tales of adventure, for, as the LondonAcademy With hasstory telling, "he stands in the very first rank." said, in this kind of " Frederick the Great" is a tale of the Seven Years' War, and has twelve full-page illustrations by Wal. Paget; "A March on London" details some stirring scenes of the times when Wat Tyler's motley crew took possession of that city, and the illustrations are drawn by W. A. Margetson, while Wal. Paget has supplied the pictures for "With Moore at Corunna," in which the boy hero serves through the Peninsular War. (Each 12mo, $1.50.) Will Shakespeare's Little LadWith 8 full-page Illustrations by Reginald B. Birch. by Imogen Clarke12mo $1.50. "The author has caught the true spirit of Shakespeare's time, and paints his home surroundings with a loving, tender grace," says the BostonHerald. An Old-Field School Girl by Marion Harland (Illustrated, 12mo, $1.25.) "As pretty a story for girls as has been published in a long time," says theBuffalo Express, and theChicago Tribuneis even more appreciative: "Compared with the average books of its class 'An Old-Field School Girl,' becomes a classic." Lullaby Land Verses by Eugene Field So s of Chi aveWith 200 fanciful "A collection of those dearly loved ' ng ldhood' by Eugene Field, which hIllustrations by Charles rtoeumcahien dt hme ajonyy  hofe aorutrs, hboomthe so.l dIt  awnads  yao uhnagp, pay ntdh owuilgl hct oonft itnhuee  ptou bdlios hseor  taos  clohnogo saes  laitntloet hcehri lsdruecnhRobinson.  (Uniform with Stevenson's child lover and sympathizer as Kenneth Grahame to write the Preface to the new edition, and"A Child's Garden") 12mo  Charles Robinson to make the many quaint and most amusing illustrations."—The$1.50. Evangelist. With Crockett With 8 full-page aKinrdk BMouwnie byIllustrations by Victor S.  roePerard. 12mo $1.50. This "Tale of Texas; or, Fighting for the Lone Star Flag," completes the author'sWhite Conqueror Series. The MinneapolisTribunesays: "It is a breezy and invigorating tale. The characters, although drawn from real life, are surrounded by an atmosphere of romance and adventure which gives them the added fascination of being creatures of fiction, and yet there is no straining for effect." The Naval CadetWith 6 full-page Illustrations by William Rainey, R. I. A Story of Adventure on Land and Sea, by Gordon Stables. A stirring tale of seafaring andCrown 8vo $1.25. sea-fighting on the coasts of Africa, South America, Australia, New Guinea, etc., closing with a dramatic picture of the combat between the Chinese and Japanese fleets at Yalu. The Stevenson Song BookWith decorative borders. 4to $2.00. In this large and handsome quarto, twenty of the most lyrical poems from Robert Louis Stevenson's "Child's Garden of Verse", have been set to music by such composers as Reginald DeKoven, Arthur Foote, C. W. Chadwick, Dr. C. Villers Stanford, etc. The volume is uniform with and a fitting companion to the popular "Field-De-
Koven Song Book." Twelve Naval Captains byWith 12 full-page portraits. Molly Elliot Seawell12mo $1.25. Miss Seawell here tells the notable exploits of twelve heroes of our early navy: John Paul Jones, Richard Dale, William Bainbridge, Richard Somers, Edward Preble, Thomas Truxton, Stephen Decatur, James Lawrance, Isaac Hull, O. H. Perry, Charles Stewart, Thomas Macdonough. The book is illustrated attractively and makes a stirring and thrilling volume. The Knights With 25 Illustrations oTf tbhlee Roundby S. R. Benliegh. a12mo $1.50. "King Arthur's Knights and their connection with the mystic Grail is here the subject of Mr. William Henry Frost's translation into child language. Many volumes have been prepared telling these wonderful legendary stories to young people, but few are so admirably written as this work," says theBoston Advertiser. The Last Illustrated by CMrouhisew ok f btheHarry C. Edwards. a y12mo $1.25. W. J. Henderson TheObserverexciting story that boys of today will appreciate thoroughly and devour greedily," and thesays: "This is an Rochester Democratcalls it "an interesting and thrilling story." The King of the BroncosIllustrated by by CharlesVictor S. Perard.  12mo $1.25. F. Lummis The title story and the other Tales of New Mexico, which Mr. Lummis has here supplied for the younger generation, have all his usual fascination. He knows how to tell his thrilling stories in a way that is irresistible? to boy readers. The Border Wars ofWith 58 Illustrations and New Englandmap. 12mo $1.25. Mr. Samuel Adams Drake is an expert at making history real and vital to children. TheBoston Advertisersays: "This is not a school book, yet it is exceedingly well adapted to use in schools, and at the same time will enrich and adorn the library of every American who is so fortunate or so judicious as to place it on his shelves." The Golden With 8 full-page Illustrations Galleon byby William Rainey, R. I. Robert12mo $1.50. Leighton "A narrative of the adventures of Master Gilbert O'Glander, and of how in the year 1591 he fought under the gallant Sir Richard Grenville in the great sea-fight off Flores, on board Her Majesty's ship,The Revenge." The New YorkObserver has said: "Mr. Leighton as a writer for boys needs no praise as his books place him in the front rank " . Lords of the WorldWith 12 full-page Illustrations by Ralph Peacock. A Story of the Fall of Carthage and Corinth. By Alfred J. Church. In his own special field the12mo. $1.00. author has few rivals. He has a capacity for making antiquity assume reality which is fascinating in the extreme. Adventures in With 8 colored plates and 72 Toylandother By Edith King Hall. A clever and fascinating volume which will surely take a high place amongIllustrations by Alice B. Woodward. this season's "juveniles."Square 8vo. $2.00. CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS, 153-157 Fifth Ave, N.Y. "THE HEIR TO FAIRY-LAND"" "        
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