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These illustrations came from:    Vredenburg, Eric, editor. My Book of Favourite Fairy Tales. Jennie Harbour, illustrator. London: Raphael Tuck & Sons, 1921.

These illustrations came from: Vredenburg, Eric, editor. My Book of Favourite Fairy Tales.

These illustrations came from:    Vredenburg, Eric, editor. My Book of Favourite Fairy Tales. Jennie Harbour, illustrator. London: Raphael Tuck & Sons, 1921.

These illustrations came from: Vredenburg, Eric, editor. My Book of Favourite Fairy Tales.

Feeling left out.

These illustrations came from: Vredenburg, Eric, editor. My Book of Favourite Fairy Tales.

John D. Batten for "Rushen Coatie" - "So the next day they all went to church, and Rushen Coatie was left behind, to make dinner.... But the red calf came to her help again, gave her finer clothes than before, and she went to church...and the prince fell more in love with her than ever...."

"Rushin Coatie" by John Dickson Batten a Scottish variant of "Cinderella"

As he spoke he drew out of his pocket five beans. Illustration by Arthur Rackham from ‘Jack and the Beanstal’ (“English Fairy Tales”, 1918)

"But they aren't common beans," put in the queer little old man, and there was a queer little smile on his queer little face; Jack and the Beanstalk - English Fairy Tales as retold by Flora Annie Steel, 1918

Se veían impenetrables ojos cuya mirada incluso podías seguir.

Cinderella - or - The Glass Slipper, from the 1920s children's book "Famous Fairy Tales". Illustration by Lois Lenski

Cinderella - or - The Glass Slipper, from the children's book "Famous Fairy Tales". Illustration by Lois Lenski

These illustrations came from:    Vredenburg, Eric, editor. My Book of Favourite Fairy Tales. Jennie Harbour, illustrator. London: Raphael Tuck & Sons, 1921.

These illustrations came from: Vredenburg, Eric, editor. My Book of Favourite Fairy Tales.

Illustration by Janet and Anne Grahame Johnstone for "Cinderella", from 'A Book of Fairy Tales', published by Dean & Son Ltd. of London, 1977.

Janet & Anne Grahame Johnstone illustration from Dean’s: A Book of Fairy Tales

cinderella stepsisters | the great night came, Cinderella was very busy helping the stepsisters ...

The poor girl looked down at her rags and said, "How I wish I could go!" Then they laughed at her and said, "Imagine a cinder-wench at the Prince's ball!

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Rie Cramer ~ Little Brother & Little Sister ~ Grimm’s Fairy Tales ~ 1927 ~ via The King said, “Will you be my dear wife?

Treasured Tales of Childhood, All-Time Favorites, Cinderella, illustrated by Catherine Barnes

Treasured Tales of Childhood, All-Time Favorites, Cinderella, illustrated by Catherine Barnes

Illustration by Hugh Thomson from Jack the Giant Killer, 1898. Scan by me from The Classic Fairy Tales by Peter and Iona Opie

Jack the Giant Killer - Jack finds three ladies tied up by the hair of their heads. Illustration by Hugh Thomson, 1898

A. H. Watson

Watson 'She was made to live in a dark, stone-flagged kitchen with nothing but rats, mice, and cockroaches for company' (Cinderella) from Told Again: Old Tales Told Again by Walter de la Mare

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