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Books and Reading •~• Book Week poster from 1924, designed by Jessie Wilcox Smith, who illustrated many children’s books
Art Official Childrens Book Week poster, 1924, Jessie Willcox Smith, (1863-1935) children-s-book-week-posters
A lovely Book Week poster from 1924, designed by Jessie Willcox Smith, who illustrated many children’s books. (via Women Reading - bookorithms)
I love to read. I would die if I didn't have books. That may sound fatuous, but books have been among my best friends since I was four. ~Sandra Bell Kirchman.
reading...Jessie Wilcox Smith
❤ Vintage Art Poster Print! ☮~ღ~*~*✿⊱╮ ﾚ o √ 乇 !! - Children by - Jessie Willcox Smith
Do you guys remember..."this is alllll mine...." Sitting looking at catalogs? The things we did to entertain ourselves!!
Bookends? There are actually people who don't own enough books to fill the shelf? Weird.
"Prayer at bedtime", by Jessie Wilcox Smith.
Marja -- American Illustrators Jessie Willcox Smith
And don't even think of trying to take it away from me! This demure face is just a mask.... Jessie Willcox Smith Illustration
Books in Winter by Jessie Willcox Smith. I used this image in my lanyard when I worked at Borders. Now it's a magnet.
Love pictures of mothers reading to their kids. Jessie Wilcox Smith is the artist here.
Jessie Wilcox Smith "The New Book" Vintage illustrations by sue-tarr, via Flickr,
Books light the way.