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The Prince Captures the Fawn  This is the "something really bad" that happened when the Princess Desired saw the light of day before she turned 15 - she turned into livestock and was shot by the Prince on his way to find the love of his life - the Princess Desired (not knowing she had been turned into a fawn and all).    "The Fawn in the Wood" from The Yellow Dwarf Series, "Handsomely illustrated by HOWARD, in the latest style of Art," New York: McLoughlin Bros., (ca.) 1890.

The Prince Captures the Fawn This is the "something really bad" that happened when the Princess Desired saw the light of day before she turned 15 - she turned into livestock and was shot by the Prince on his way to find the love of his life - the Princess Desired (not knowing she had been turned into a fawn and all). "The Fawn in the Wood" from The Yellow Dwarf Series, "Handsomely illustrated by HOWARD, in the latest style of Art," New York: McLoughlin Bros., (ca.) 1890.

Edward Frederick Brewtnall (1846-1902), "The Princess and the Frog Prince" by sofi01, via Flickr

The Princess and the Frog Prince by Edward Frederick Brewtnall; This illustration came from: "The Princess and the Frog Prince" (Date Unknown) Edward Frederick Brewtnall

Soloillustratori: Maj Lindman Hulten

Maj Lindman, "Snipp, Snapp, Snurr and the Magic Horse" 1933 (worth posting for the title alone!

Trisha Romance, Canada

Trisha Romance, Canada

Hey Diddle Diddle! Is the cow visiting the man in the moon?

Hey Diddle Diddle. Could It Really Happen?

милые картинки от Susan Wheeler. Обсуждение на LiveInternet - Российский Сервис Онлайн-Дневников

Cupcakes and Tea in Mother Rabbit's Kitchen, Susan Wheeler (Are these mice or rabbits? They look more like mice to me.

Eleanore Fortescue-Brickdale (1871-1945), from her book~The Book of Old English Songs and Ballads (pre-1923) for the poem, “A Sweet Lullaby”  Come, little boy, and rock asleep,  Sing lullaby, and be thou still;  I that can do nought else but weep  Will sit by thee and wail my fill.  God bless my babe, and lullaby,   From this thy father’s quality.

1915 Eleanor Fortescue-Brickdale (English, from "The Book of Old Songs and Ballads". Just "Awwwww.

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