«Secret river» с иллюстрациями великого Леонарда Вейсгарда впервые была опубликована в 1955 году, уже после смерти писательницы Марджори Киннан Ролингс. Это история девочки Кэлпурнии из бедной семьи. Во время Великой депрессии в ее деревне все голодают, отец не может поймать ни одной рыбы, чтобы прокормить семью. И Кэлпурния вместе со своим щенком отправляется на поиски таинственной реки, про которую ей рассказывала соседка. Река помогает девочке с уловом, но на обратном пути ей приходится отдать часть рыбы сове, медведю и пантере. Но когда она благополучно возвращается домой, еды все равно хватает на всех: и на семью Кэлпурнии, и на других жителей деревни.
Two witches, who practice their evil trade on lost travellers, are banished through the wisdom of a student of the holy cabala, and the power of his magic chalk.
Impacted writing and resplendent illustration at the service of an authentically harrowing, distinctively satisfying story: it starts with Satan and ends with heavenly light, and you believe it. For many years Doboshova, the witch, and Lapitut, her half-devil husband, have preyed upon the travelers who come to their inn; as servants, they hold captive three girls, Reitze, Leitze and Neitze. On a stormy day, three young men arrive, and one among them, Leibel, a student of the cabala, has a magic gift, a piece of chalk that will imprison anyone in the circle he draws. While the three are washing before dinner, each has a nightmare; before they can take a bite of the food that will deprive them of all will, Leibel recognizes Doboshova and Lapitut as the witch and monster in his dream. By a ruse, he locks them in a circle of chalk, and the threats and ruses of all the evil spirits of the forest are of no avail: Leibel will not free them until they agree in blood to go away forever. This done, the six sort themselves out and marry quite satisfactorily (though all three girls wanted Leibel to start with). Leibel and Neitze remain at the inn, running it as a hostel, and in time it becomes known, through his studies, as the greatest academy of the cabala. The synopsis is and is not the story: always there is ancient magic pitted against ancient mischief, and an occasional turn of the screw. The drawings have to be seen, as does the book, impeccably produced down to paper and type; the story must be read, by adults as well as children, but best together.
«Song of the Swallows» is a book by Leo Politi. Published by Scribner, it was the recipient of the Caldecott Medal for illustration in 1950. The book tells the story of two children who live in an old mission in San Juan Capistrano in California. One of the children tells the other the amazing journey the swallows make all the way from South America to spend the summer in California.
Иллюстратор Nonny Hogrogian Русский фольклор Сказка «Иван-царевич и серый волк» Страна США Год издания 1968 Издательство Scribner Купить книгу или переиздание amazon.com
«The Egg Tree» is a 1950 book by Katherine Milhous that won the 1951 Caldecott Medal, based on the author’s family tradition. It tells the classic tale of a Pennsylvania Dutch Easter, with its main characters being Katy and Carl. One day, near Easter, they look for Easter eggs and found eggs that their grandmother had painted on a tree. They were interested, so they ask their grandmother about the eggs. They eventually create one, and it becomes a big success the next Easter. The book «The egg tree» is an illustrated book, with the image of a rooster blowing a horn standing on an decorated Easter egg on the cover of the book. Bright colors yellow in contrast with green. The illustration goes on through the pages with a Pennsylvania Dutch traditions of art that can be considered eye pleasing and easy to read.
Shadow is a children’s picture book created by Marcia Brown and published by Scribner in 1982. The text is Brown’s translation of the poem La Féticheuse by French writer Blaise Cendrars. She won the annual Caldecott Medal for illustration of an American children’s picture book in 1983, her third.
Cinderella, or the Little Glass Slipper is a book illustrated by Marcia Brown. Released by Scribner Press, the book is a retelling of the story of Cinderella as written by Charles Perrault, and was the recipient of the Caldecott Medal for illustration in 1955. The book takes place in France, in a palace similar to other Cinderella stories.
Автор и иллюстратор Leonard Weisgard Страна США Год издания 1950 Издательство Charles Scribner’s Sons
Иллюстратор Trina Schart Hyman Автор James Matthew Barrie Страна США Год издания 1980 Издательство Scribner Купить книгу или переиздание amazon.com