(1922 - 2008)
Pauline Diana Baynes was an English book illustrator, whose work encompassed more than 100 books, notably those by C. S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien. She was born in Hove, Sussex.
A website devoted to her art is at: http://paulinebaynes.com/?
Adventure Begins at Home (1961)
A reading and doing book for the primary grades about the world around us.
The Adventures of Hatim Tai (1962)
Traditional Persian tales.
Poems that shed further light on middle-earth.
Adventuring Abroad (1961)
A rather unusual geography book for elementary schools.
In Alice in Wonderland, Alice falls through a rabbit hole into a fantasy world populated by strange creatures. And in the sequel, Through the Looking-Glass, she climbs through a mirror into a fantastical world.
A collection of story poems for young people.
Pauline Baynes brings to life the words of this world-famous hymn by Cecil Frances Alexander.
These stories from the Bible have been arranged to be read as literature.
Andersen’s Fairy Tales (1949)
A collection of bold and original Fairy Tales by Hans Christian Andersen.
Annabel and Bryony (1953)
Annabel and her friends go to the land of the flower fairies and are captured by the frost fairies. Bryony helps them escape from captivity.
The Arabian Nights (1957)
Timeless folk tales - Sinbad, Aladdin, Ali Baba & the Forty Thieves and others - retold and illustrated for a contemporary young readers.
Are All the Giants Dead? (1987)
James finds himself in fairy-tale-land with his friend Mildred and takes on a quest to save the Princess Dulcibel from marriage to a toad.
Avignon in Flower: 1309-1403 (1965)
A history of a golden age.
Beauty and the Beast (1942)
This version of the famous story of Beauty and the Beast appeared in the Perry Pie Gift Book #1.
The Bee and the Cherry Tree (1976)
An illustrated look at the life cycle of the bee and its partnership with the cherry tree.
Bilbo’s Last Song (1990)
Bilbo Baggins bids good-bye to Middle Earth.
Bilbo’s Last Song Poster (1974)
Bilbo Baggins’ farewell to Middle Earth.
Two children get caught up in a contest involving dragons, puppies, magic and midwinter.
The Borrowers (1987)
In which we meet Arrietty, Pod and Homily Clock, a family of small people who live behind the wainscot and under the floor.