Curled up in a shoe or sprawled in a drawer, cats sleep in the most amazing of places. Eleanor Farjeon's classic poem, written in simple, rhyming verse, is illustrated in stunning detail by renowned cat artist Anne Mortimer. This charming celebration of our furry feline friends will be cherished... (learn more about this book)
In The Little Bookroom, originally published in 1955 and winner of the first Hans Christian Andersen Award and the Carnegie Medal, Eleanor Farjeon mischievously tilts the workaday world to reveal its wonders and follies. Peopling her selection of her favorite stories, 27 in all, are powerful —... (learn more about this book)
Anthology title: "Martin Pippin in the Daisy Field"
A classic tale of tyranny overcome. . . . Voake makes this neglected gem — an unforgettable read-aloud — look new." — KIRKUS REVIEWS (STARRED REVIEW) Elsie Piddock is a born skipper. By the time she’s seven, the tireless girl can even... (learn more about this book)
Several full-color drawings throughout text (learn more about this book)
First published in 1935, Eleanor Farjeon's "A Nursery in the Nineties" is one of the most striking accounts of childhood ever written: a testament to a happy and creative upbringing from an author rightly renowned for her powerfully imaginative books for children. 'Nellie' was born in 1881, her... (learn more about this book)
First published in 1932, Herbert and Eleanor Farjeon's Kings and Queens of England has attained the status of a children's classic. The charming poems, each one dedicated to a different King or Queen, tell the story of the forty-one English monarchs from William I to Elizabeth II in a humorous... (learn more about this book)