The Kate Greenaway treasury: an anthology of the illustrations and writings of Kate Greenaway
An anthology of the works of Kate Greenaway whose books for children were "intended to delight rather than instruct." Includes a short biography, critical appraisal of her art and literary craft, and reproductions of better known works such as "A Apple Pie," and "Kate Greenaway Alphabet."
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