Storybook

On The Wall Top 2 ~ Free Kate Greenaway Image

by Julie J on August 19, 2014

ON THE WALL TOP. SO high – so high on the wall we run, The nearer the sky – why, the nearer the sun. If you give me one penny, I’ll give you two, For that’s the way good neighbours do. This vintage storybook image and poem, On The Wall Top (spelling and grammar as it is […]

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On The Wall Top 1 ~ Free Kate Greenaway Image

by Julie J on August 18, 2014

ON THE WALL TOP. DANCING and prancing to town we go, On the top of the wall of the town we go. Shall we talk to the stars, or talk to the moon, Or run along home to our dinner so soon? This vintage storybook image and poem, On The Wall Top (spelling and grammar as it […]

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Kate Greenaway Strawberries ~ Free Vintage Image

by Julie J on August 13, 2014

Here is a pretty illustration of three strawberries with vines and leaves attached. The image is from the Victorian children’s storybook A Day in a Child’s Life by Kate Greenaway, circa 1881. Click on image to enlarge. Related posts: Free Vintage Image ~ Victorian Girls by Kate Greenaway Kate Greenaway Sleeping Victorian Girl ~ Free Vintage Storybook […]

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Under Rose Arches by Kate Greenaway

by Julie J on August 6, 2014

UNDER ROSE ARCHES. UNDER Rose Arches to Rose Town – Rose Town on the top of the hill; For the Summer wind blows and music goes, And the violins sound shrill. Oh Roses shall be for her carpet, And her curtains of Roses so fair; And a Rosy crown, while far adown Floats her long […]

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This charming Kate Greenaway image features a mother walking with her baby girl. The mom is holding an open turquoise-colored umbrella above them with her right hand. She is cradling her baby in her left arm and the baby’s head is resting on mommy’s shoulder. The image is from Marigold Garden by Kate Greenaway, circa 1892. Click on image […]

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MY LITTLE GIRLIE. LITTLE girlie tell to me What your wistful blue eyes see? Why you like to stand so high, Looking at the far-off sky. Does a tiny Fairy flit In the pretty blue of it? Or is it that you hope so soon To see the rising yellow Moon? Or is it – […]

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Here is a clip art image of a handsome young fairytale prince. He is dressed in fine Victorian royal attire complete with velvet cape and feather plume hat. The prince is holding his hat in one hand, has a sword attached to his belt and is coming down a step. This image is from a […]

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Here is an adorable Victorian storybook image of a mother walking with her two children. The little girl is clutching her mom’s skirt with one hand and playing with the apron of her pinafore with the other. The mother is carrying the baby. There are flowers growing on a trellis in the background. This picture is […]

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Here is a vintage children’s storybook image of a mother holding her precious little baby on her lap. In the story, this baby’s name is Little Bo-Peep. The mother’s name is Jill; she is the wife of Jack. The image is from Tom Tucker and Little Bo Peep, by Thomas Hood, illustrated by Alice Wheaton Adams, published in 1891. Click on image […]

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FROM MARKET OH who’ll give us Posies, And Garlands of Roses, To twine round our heads so gay? For here we come singing, And here we come bringing You many good wishes to-day. From market – from market -from market – We all come up from market. This vintage storybook image and poem, From Market (spelling and grammar […]

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