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Garth Williams --another illustrator I admire. He shaped our vision of favourite characters such as the Little House Books, Charlotte's Web, Little Bear and many others.
"Animal Friends," Jan Werner, Simon & Schuster 1953 - illustrated by Garth Williams
"The Sailor Dog" by Margaret Wise Brown ~ Garth Williams, 1953 (http://childrensbooks-goodbadugly.blogspot.com/2011/02/sailor-dog.html)
"The Tall Book of Make Believe" Pictures by Garth Williams (1950)...my absolute favorite illustrator. Very fond memories of this book.
Francis and her parents from the wonderful "Bedtime for Francis" by Russell Hoban, illustrated by Garth Williams
The Turret - written by Margery Sharp, illustrated by Garth Williams (1963).
my vintage book collection (in blog form).: Harry Cat's Pet Puppy - illustrated by Garth Williams
"The Tall Book of Make-Believe" - Harper & Row Publishers 1950
thewoodbetween: Garth Williams, The Rabbit’s Wedding
Picture of Wilbur and Fern from Garth Williams illustration in Charlotte's Web.
Chapter 670 “Mary, Laura and the folks live again in these illustrations.”
original cover sketch for laura ingalls wilder's "little house on the prairie" by garth williams
The Three Little Kittens, I958 - Illustrated by Garth Williams
Great Books for Children: The Art of Garth Williams
Garth Williams. If you read the Laura Ingalls Wilder books, you know Garth Williams. Also Charlotte's Web and Stuart Little.
The Cricket in Times Square is a 1960 children's book by George Selden and illustrated by Garth Williams. It won the Newbery Honor Award. via loverforbooks
always loved the dreamy world of Garth Williams