The best illustrations from 130 years of Brothers Grimm fairy tales
How long different animals live – from the pioneering infographics of ISOTYPE inventor Otto Neurath circa the 1930s
Original illustrations from the first color edition of Alice in Wonderland, 1949.
Did you know that in 1954, Langston Hughes wrote a children's book to educate kids about jazz and African-American culture?
The 1950s recollected, circa 1961, by way of the one and only Edward Gorey.
German artist and biologist Ernst Haeckel's remarkable lithographic and autotype prints from the early 1900s
Original illustrations for Gertrude Stein's 1938 children's book, The World Is Round.
Love Is Walking Hand In Hand (1965) – the Peanuts gang defines love through the little acts and moments of everyday life.
Jules Verne: The Man Who Invented the Future (1964)
Stone Is Not Cold – to engage kids with sculpture, the great Miroslav Šašek draws famous sculptures in playful and irreverent vignettes from everyday life in this lovely vintage children's book from 1961.