My last post was about the unexpected pleasures that reading to children can bring – sometimes years afterwards. Another, more immediate added pleasure comes from children’s book illustrations. Here are two examples:
The first two are from The Frog Who Wanted to See the Sea, by Guy Billout. And the third, sadly only published as a private edition, is by Paul Moody, to illustrate a poem written by his wife. Aren’t they beautiful?
By Marian Dougan