24 Dutch editions from 1973 − 2010 of Rosemary Sutcliff’s historical novels and children’s books | 1973 − 2010

Sutcliff, R., Wolf, R., & Wilde, D. . (1973). De ridderslag. ‘s-Gravenhage: Leopold. Sutcliff, R., Wolf, R., & Dragt, T. (1975). Helden en monsters. ‘s-Gravenhage: Leopold. Sutcliff, R., Dragt, T., Diepers-van, A. S., & Pieters, J. (1975). Owain en zijn hond: Tekst uit De sage van Finn Mac Cool. Antwerpen: De Sikkel. Sutcliff, R., Leiker-Kooijmans, […]

The likes of Rosemary Sutcliff I have never found anywhere else | Thoughts on reading The Flowers of Adonis

From Rosemary Sutcliff fan Anjy  Roemelt (posted at the Facebook page for Rosemary Sutcliff): I started reading Rosemary Sutcliff’s The Flowers of Adonis today and within three pages it had me caught by the neck and submerged into the old Sutcliff magic. I have so often already thought ‘this is her best book, this will be […]

Children’s Book Illustration from the 17th, 18th and 19th Centuries at the British Library

Via the intriguing ‘Playing by the Book’  blog by Zoe Toft, I have been reminded that last month the British Library released from a selection of 17th, 18th and 19th century books over 1 million imagess which are available on Flickr for anyone to browse and use. The pictures are organised in sets; one is ‘Children’s Book Illustration – […]