FREE E-BOOK. Fairies I Have Met by Mrs Rodolph STAWELL (Author) &  Edmund DULAC (Golden Age Illustrator. France 1882-1953 England).  Pub: Hodder & Stoughton, London. Book characters meet a little girl.  On Dulac: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edmund_Dulac  His art: http://www.artcyclopedia.com/artists/dulac_edmund.html  I have a number of Dulac's books in reprint. And if they reprinted every one of his books, I'd buy every one of them!  Highly recommend! -pfb

Edmund Dulac ~ A Little Girl in a Book Fairies I Have Met by Mrs. (Maud Margaret) Rodolph Stawell Hodder & Stoughton ~ 1910 The other people in the book looked at her in surprise.

The Big Spider's Diamonds from 'Fairies I have met' by Mrs. Rodolph Stawell, 1910 illustration by Edmund Dulac.

“ Edmund Dulac ~ The Big Spider Fell To The Ground ~ Fairies I Have Met by Mrs. (Maud Margaret) Rodolph Stawell ~ 1910 ~ full text via The Open Library The web and the diamonds and the Big Spider.

Arabella Stuart amongst the books, The Queen's  Gift Book, 1915 // illustrator: Arthur Rackham  | Flickr: Plum leaves

The Queen's gift book : in aid of Queen Mary's convalescent auxiliary hospitals for soldiers and sailors. Published: THE SOOT FAIRIES 'Beryl and Arabella Stuart'

vintage Edmund Dulac illustration found on Finsbry's Flickr

Edmund Dulac - Birth of Pearl - The Kingdom of the Pearl by Leonard Rosentahl; Published by Brentano's ~ 1920

Reading to our children is a priceless investment.

Reading Fairytales with Mother By Jessie Willcox Smith Counted Cross Stitch Chart

Scherezade of The Thousand and One Nights

Edmund Dulac, Scheherazade, the Heroine of the Thousand and One Nights - Stories from The Arabian Nights as retold by Lawrence Housman, 1907

At so arrogant a claim all the courtiers burst into loud laughter (from ‘The Magic Horse’). “Stories from the Arabian Nights” (1907) illustrated by Edmund Dulac

At so arrogant a claim all the courtiers burst into loud laughter (from ‘The Magic Horse’). “Stories from the Arabian Nights” illustrated by Edmund Dulac

Reading books - I used to love reading on the ladder when I wasn't helping my family build our garage. lol

1920 photograph of a lady in a white dress perched atop a ladder in a library, draw in by a book she now has in her lap. "Woman Reading on Top of Ladder." Rights: Bettmann/CORBIS

1920's fairytale illustration

The Snow Queen - Edmund Dulac (illustrations for Stories by Hans The Christian Andersen,

Сказочные иллюстрации к книге Тысяча и одна ночь Иллюстрации Эдмунда Дюлака.

‘Pirouze, the fairest and most honourably born.‘Image by the well-known illustrator of children’s books, Edmund Dulac, in the 1907 limited and signed edition Stories from the Arabian nights (Hodder Stoughton,

Dido, according to ancient Greek and Roman sources, the founder and first Queen of Carthage (Tunisia).

Edmund Dulac

Illustration by EDMUND DULAC From series *Follies that Destroyed Famous Queens'* (cover of the periodical *American Weekly*)

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