The Happy Prince and Other Stories by Oscar Wilde

11 Literary Giants Who Have Penned Delightful Children’s Books

queequegsharpoon:  Born in Boston, William Henry Bradley (1868-1962) was largely self-taught as an artist. He began working in a printer’s shop at the age of twelve in Ishpeming, Michigan, where his mother had moved in 1874 after the death of his father. This work experience would be important in introducing the young man to the many issues of typesetting, advertisements, and layout that would occupy him in the years to come. Bradley executed a number of designs to promote The Chap-Book, a…

queequegsharpoon: Born in Boston, William Henry Bradley (1868-1962) was largely self-taught as an artist. He began working in a printer’s shop at the age of twelve in Ishpeming, Michigan, where his mother had moved in 1874 after the death of his father. This work experience would be important in introducing the young man to the many issues of typesetting, advertisements, and layout that would occupy him in the years to come. Bradley executed a number of designs to promote The Chap-Book, a…

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