Double sided schoolroom poster of Bye Baby Bunting/Jack and Jill.   Printed in 1917. Quality is very good. Colors have faded a bit in the past 100 years and there is very slight tearing along the edge.   Size: 54 x 38 inches with text.   Bye Baby Bunting on one side, Jack and Jill on the reverse.    Mary Louise Spoor (1887-1985) worked for a brief shining moment from Chicago, publishing illustrations for Rand McNally and Lyons & Carnihan. Mollie, as she was called, went to The Art Institute…

Double sided schoolroom poster of Bye Baby Bunting/Jack and Jill. Printed in 1917. Quality is very good. Colors have faded a bit in the past 100 years and there is very slight tearing along the edge. Size: 54 x 38 inches with text. Bye Baby Bunting on one side, Jack and Jill on the reverse. Mary Louise Spoor (1887-1985) worked for a brief shining moment from Chicago, publishing illustrations for Rand McNally and Lyons & Carnihan. Mollie, as she was called, went to The Art Institute…

“The birth of that marvelous wish in your soul—the dawning of that secret dream—was the Voice of God himself telling you to arise and come up higher because he had need of you.” ~ Emmet Fox  “The Empress” card from the Shadowscapes Tarot by Stephanie Pui-Mun Law and Barbara Moore.

“The birth of that marvelous wish in your soul—the dawning of that secret dream—was the Voice of God himself telling you to arise and come up higher because he had need of you.” ~ Emmet Fox “The Empress” card from the Shadowscapes Tarot by Stephanie Pui-Mun Law and Barbara Moore.

Feb. 5th: Illustrator-author David Wiesner, perhaps the most imaginative artist working in children's books today, was born on this day in 1957. This image is from his Caldecott Honor book Sector 7, a wordless book featuring a boy's visit to the factory...where clouds are made!

Feb. 5th: Illustrator-author David Wiesner, perhaps the most imaginative artist working in children's books today, was born on this day in 1957. This image is from his Caldecott Honor book Sector 7, a wordless book featuring a boy's visit to the factory...where clouds are made!

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