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The Lily of Life, by Marie, Crown Princess of Roumania, published in 1913 by Hodder and Stoughton. Illustrated by Helen Stratton

The Lily of Life, by Marie, Crown Princess of Roumania, published in 1913 by Hodder and Stoughton. Illustrated by Helen Stratton

'The unhappy Fatima called up to her - Anne, Sister Anne, do you see anyone coming?' 'From 'The Sleeping Beauty and Other Fairy Tales' illustration by Edmund Dulac. Published 1910 by Hodder & Stoughton archive.org

English Idylls Illustrations by Edmund Dulac from The Sleeping Beauty and Other Fairy Tales from the Old French by Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch

"Rapunzel" by Tasha Tudor. Illustration to be found in the "Tasha Tudor Book of Fairy Tales" (Platt and Munk, 1969).

"Rapunzel" by Tasha Tudor. Illustration to be found in the "Tasha Tudor Book of Fairy Tales" (Platt and Munk,

The Snow Queen

'The Snow Queen' - Illustration by Debra McFarlane from 'The Pink Fairy Book', edited by Andrew Lang. Published by The Folio Society Etching and Aquatint

Sleeping Beauty -- from the cover of the Mammoth Story Book -- Fairytale Illustration

Sleeping Beauty -- from the cover of the Mammoth Story Book -- Fairytale Illustration

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The Erl King's Daughter Sending Faery Servants to Their Several Tasks by Jessie Bayes Colour page taken from The Studio, an illustrated magazine of fine & applied art, 1911

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'He quickened his pace, telling himself cheerfully not to begin imagining things, or there would be simply no end to it.' --- Mole in the Wild Wood' from "The Wind in the Willows" by Kenneth Grahame (Illustration: Helen Ward)

Rapunzel - The Red Fairy Book by Andrew Lang, 1890

We love reading classic fairy tales (even the dark ones! Ford from The Red Fairy Book, edited by Andrew Lang (New York: Dover, Originally published

'Violette consented willingly to pass the night in the forest', by Virginia Frances Sterrett (from 'Old French Fairy Tales', by the Comtesse...

“Violette consented willingly to pass the night in the forest.” Virginia Frances Sterrett 1920 Illustration for Old French Fairy Tales by Sophie de Ségur

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