illus. Frederick Richardson | c.1923 M.A. Donohue & Company
Eight best loved folk stories for children includes The Three Little Bears, The Little Red Hen, The House on the Hill, The Three Little Pigs, Chicken Licken, The Old Woman and Her Pig, Little Tupens, and The Gingerbread Boy.
P.L. Travers | Thomas Bewick | c.1962 W.W. Norton & Company
Three young boys in postwar London at Christmas time hear a story of the fox who came to the manger to see the Christ Child, and defended to the other animals his right to be there and his gift for the child.
Sujean Rim | c.2017 Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Chee-Kee, a young panda, moves with his parents to a new land of opportunity. Just when he’s resigned to never fit in, Chee-Kee finds a way to use his own experience and ingenuity to save the day and show that he’s one of a kind in all the best ways.
Lillian Lewicki | James Lewicki | c.1956 Golden Press
Short tales with large intricate pictures to illustrate them: The Cherry Tree, The Talking Animals, The Robin, The Glastonberry Thorn, La Befana, and others. Possibly some of these appeared earlier in Life magazine.
Hans Christian Anderson | JooHee Yoon | c.2016 Enchanted Lion Books
In this graphically bold re-telling of Andersen’s tale, Yoon renders the journey of the one-legged tin soldier from the moment of creation to his untimely end. Foregrounding the random and the accidental, Yoon’s version captures life as the struggle between the inner spirit and fate.–back cover
Lucy London | Christa Pierce | c.2018 Harper Collins
To grow a peaceful garden, wait for the last frost (just kiss the cold good-bye!). Now dig yourself a patch. . . . From choosing seeds and digging holes to watering the plants and giving them sunlight, A Peaceful Garden shows readers just what a garden needs to grow, with two cats as guides.