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Five Ducks, Golden Water

The low winter sun shining on the water of the Tweed creates this November silhouette which for some reason reminds me of the tonality of some of Arthur Rackham’s illustrations to “Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens”, pictures that I loved when I was young. And still do.

An Afternoon at Foster's

Imagine what the quintessential British bookstore might look like. If you picture a little shop in an 18th century building stocked untidily with old and unusual books from floorboards to rafters, then you could be thinking of… 761 more words

Children's Book Critique Group Blog

The Frog Prince... Fairytale Ending, Right?

Do you remember the first time you heard the story of the Frog Prince? I do. It was a fairytale ending, no doubt. The frog the Princess kisses turns into a prince and they marry, then lives happily ever after. 256 more words

Arthur Rackham

ARTHUR RACKHAM MADE BEAUTIFUL ART

Looking to Arthur Rackham today for inspiration for my goodwill writing project. Who knew that my first published novel would not only be a 90 page children’s faerie story, but also not under my name? 17 more words

Confessions Of A Librarian