I still travel and read in my dreams.
Oma Koti, March 1934. Martha Wendelin (Finnish. 1893-1986).
Wendelin’s career was primarily in illustration work, In particular magazine cover images. Wendelin focused on home, family, and the Finnish nature and countryside. She illustrated and glorified mothers and star-eyed children, often showing them doing household chores.
A Window on the World by Sheba
An 18th century collection of choirbooks transcribed by the Augustinian friar Miguel de Aguilar (National Institute of Anthropology and History, Mexico).
— Jorge Luis Borges
The Reader. Yelena Bryksenkova.
Donated to the children’s book art silent auction at BookExpo America. The proceeds went toward the effort opposing the censorship of children’s books and authors nationwide and the promotion off the Right to Read Project and Banned Books Week.