Ballroom_Pink edited the characters of The Children's Book Thursday, April 25, 2013.
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- Edited the description of Olive Wellwood: Successful authoress of magical tales for children who writes individualized fairy stories for her growing brood of children. She adores the quaint Kent farmhouse, Todefright, where they host whimsical midsummer parties for their eccentric and radical friends and children. Daughter of a coal-miner, her childhood memories haunt her, and two stories remain locked away in a waxed and sealed bundle. She hides other secrets as
well.Children:Tom-13, Dorothy-11, Phyllis-9, Hedda-5, Florian-3, baby Robin, and ...
- Edited the description of Humphry Wellwood: Husband of Olive, younger brother of Basil. Oxford trained to have a class/social conscience of sin/guilt, a banker who writes subversive, satirical editorials on the evils and corruption of the banking system as The March Hare.
He gives university extension lectures on English Literature, Ideals of Democracy, philosophy, politics, history, Sanitation, help for the poor and downtrodden where he met his wife, one of the deserving poor. He is not entirely trustworthy around impressionable young women in his lectures or elsewhere
- Edited the description of Basil Wellwood: Stuffy older brother of
Humphry - abroker in family business. Supports Gold Standard & opposes Humphry's views on banking &investments. Married to Katherina. Children: Charles-14 and Griselda-11. Vetchey Manor.
- Edited the description of Philip Warren: Runaway discovered drawing and hiding in a London museum. Son of potters - his father died in a kiln accident
&his mother paints porcelain to keep his remaining 4 siblings alive. Artistically talented Philip wants to create his own pots -not load the kilns he's run away from. Becomes an apprentice to Benedict Fludd
- Edited the description of Prosper Cain: Special Keeper of Precious Metals at the South Kensington Museum in London. Collects little treasures from all over, including a collection of clever fakes. He has a penchant for highly ornate artistic items. The "Old Pirate." Elizabethan manor
-Iwade House, hung with Flemish needlework and William Morris tapestries. A widower with 2 children: Julian-15 wants to work in a museum or gallery, and Florence-12