A beautiful and collectable children's story written by Eleanor Farjeon. Eleanor Farjeon was a writer and poet and playwright: a regular contributor to Punch Magazine (1914-17), she wrote verse (as Tomfool) for the Daily Herald, London (1917-30); and was also a staff member of Time and Tide in the 20's. The stories and other writings of Eleanor Farjeon include for children: 30 works of fiction, most were collections of stories; three plays based on fairy tales, 33 publications of verse, and eight other books. Writings for adults included 11 novels, as well as plays, verse, and biography. Most are hard to find, though a number of her collections of stories were reprinted in the 1950's.
Platform Windows XP
Operating Systems Windows XP
Date added 22 Jun 2006
Last Updated 24 Jan 2011
Tags children, children's book, illustrated, rare book, rare books, eleanor farjeon, out-of-print,