Illustration Margery Gill - The Wild Place by Mary Cockett

Illustration Margery Gill - The Wild Place by Mary Cockett, 1968

Rolling on, written by Mary Cockett

Rolling on, written by Mary Cockett, illustrated by Shirley Hughes

Magic and Gold: Tales from Northern Europe by Mary Cockett

Magic and Gold: Tales from Northern Europe by Mary Cockett

Backyard Bird Hospital by Mary Cockett

Backyard Bird Hospital by Mary Cockett

The Rainbow Walk by Mary Cockett

The Rainbow Walk by Mary Cockett---don't know this one but it is illustrated by Prudence Seward who did the superb artwork for Tales from the End Cottage and its sequel, More Tales from.

Twelve Golden Chairs, Mary Cockett.

Twelve Golden Chairs, Mary Cockett.

Dolls & Puppets, Mary Cockett.

Dolls & Puppets, Mary Cockett.

Strange Valley,  Mary Cockett.

Strange Valley, Mary Cockett.

The Balloon that Brought Luck by Mary Cockett

The Balloon that Brought Luck by Mary Cockett

Shadow at Applegarth by Mary Cockett

Shadow at Applegarth by Mary Cockett


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