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Milkweed Seed    “Childcraft, Volume One. Poems of Early Childhood.” Published by the Quarrie Corp in Chicago. Copyright 1923, 1931, 1934, 1935, 1937, and 1939. Edited by S. Edgar Farquhar and Patty Smith Hill. Art editor Milo Winter. 38 artists listed in addition to the work of Milo Winter.

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“Childcraft, Volume One. Poems of Early Childhood.” Published by the Quarrie Corp in Chicago. Copyright 1923, 1931, 1934, 1935, 1937, and 1939. Edited by S. Edgar Farquhar and Patty Smith Hill. Art editor Milo Winter. 38 artists listed in addition to the work of Milo Winter.

And delight reigned: Photo

June, 25, tee-totaler. An English girl living in New Zealand. I like old movies and old books.

Winter-Time | A Child's Garden of Verses: Selected Poems | Robert Louis Stevenson | Lit2Go ETC

View from the Birdhouse: Did You Know Tuesday - Fun Facts About March

Did You Know Tuesday - Fun Facts About March

Pictured above: "A Spike of Green" by Barbara Baker, with vintage children's book illustration by John Lawrence March! I love this month. In my part of the world, March signals warmer weather on the way (usually by St. Patrick's Day), Spring, St. Patrick's Day (March 17) and Easter (either March or April, depending on the year). Plus, my Mom's birthday is March 2! Here are a few fun facts about March: March was named for Mars, the god of war in Roman mythology. The Old English word for March…

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Explore Millie Motts' photos on Flickr. Millie Motts has uploaded 17536 photos to Flickr.

Faeries and Little Folk: New Arrivals

Deep in a Forest Glen

Jean Eider Flora White c1913 Peter Pan - Flora White c1913 Florence Harrison 1914 Off to Sleepyland c1916 Last Boat RH Facey 1918 Moon Maiden Fairies The Park Fairies c 1926 EI Maude Roxby Agnes Richardson c 1926 - School Satchel Margaret Tarrant Mabel Lucie Attwell Rosa Petherick Eleanore Fortescue-Brickdale Dorothy Heather 1918 Hester Margetson 1925

Winter Poem for children. Great for school and classroom activities. common core first 1st grade, second 2nd grade, third 3rd grade reading #ESL
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December poem, Katherine Pyle poetry, vintage christmas poem, black and white graphics, Christmas printable

December by K. Pyle ~ Vintage Poem - Old Design Shop Blog

December by K. Pyle On Christmas day, when fires were lit, And all our breakfasts done, We spread our toys out on the floor And played there in the sun. The nursery smelled of Christmas tree, And under where it stood The shepherds watched their flocks of sheep, – All made of painted wood.Outside the...Read More »

Modern Farmhouse Photography & Poetry Art by DebbraObertanecArt

Modern Farmhouse Photography & Poetry Art by DebbraObertanecArt

Modern Farmhouse Photography & Poetry Art by DebbraObertanecArt

Acceptance Poetry Art Print, Robert Frost Poem, Literary Gift, Graduation Grad Gift, Modern Wall Art, Literary Art Print, Unframed

Acceptance Poetry Art Print Robert Frost Poem Literary Gift | Etsy

Robert Frost poetry art print, Acceptance. A beautiful classic piece written by Robert Frost as modern wall art, he is truly my favorite poet. **Prints do not come framed.** ***Available in 4 different backgrounds: Vintage Parchment (shown above), Distressed Black with white lettering, Old Book

Canadian Needle Nana: Seasonal Beauties, Breakthroughs, Birds and Wonder...

Seasonal Beauties, Breakthroughs, Birds and Wonders

Here in Canada we have four distinct seasons and there are things to love about each. And also things to complain about like last year when winter felt like it stretched into May. Yesterday walking, I noticed how fresh the air smelled and how crisp the landscape looked. It was so invigorating and I realized I'd forgotten that feature of winter. From Phyllis Harris Designs Meanwhile the days are shortening. I took this at 4:30 recently just as total darkness fell in the front yard. Happy the…

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Poems to Read to the Very Young by Eloise Wilkin

The Art of Children's Picture Books

Dear Reading Friends, Today we are in for a treat! I'm linking to another blogger, Jil over at The Art of Children's Picture Books, who has chosen to feature one of my all-time favorite illustrators/authors. Enjoy her lovely post on Eloise Wilkin's Poems to Read to the Very Young. It's one of our favorite books too. I can always be sure to get a load of laundry folded or dinner started by just pulling out this book . . . the illustrations are mesmerizing . . . and Jil shared seven of those…

Want to frame Eloise Wilkin illustrations and hang them up in a nursery

My Big Book of the Outdoors

And did you know That all of nature’s wonders Are everywhere around you In the big outdoors? My Big Book of the Outdoors Jane Werner Watson 1958 illustrated by Eloise Wilkin It’s been a natural science wonderland around here. We’ve been watching fireflies in the evenings and Charlotte made some discoveries today with the magnifying glass. We looked at a beetle, a leaf, some sticks, a pill bug, ant, and millipede (she loves bugs- even tries to kiss them!). Tonight we read “My Big Book of the…