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Diana Stanley

Author, Illustrator

( - 1975)

Diana Stanley

Diana Stanley was an English illustrator. During the war, she lived in London working as an engineering draftswoman. She became a remarkable painter and illustrator, renowned for her work in books such as Mary Norton’s “The Borrowers” and Barbara Euphan Todd’s Worzel Gummidge.

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The Borrowers (1952)

In which we meet Arrietty, Pod and Homily Clock, a family of small people who live behind the wainscot and under the floor.

1952

Author(s): Mary Norton
Illustrator(s): Diana Stanley

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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.

Author(s): Mary Norton
Illustrator(s): Pauline Baynes
Diana Stanley

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The Borrowers Afield (1955)

The Clock family, Arrietty, Pod and Homily set out to find a new home.

Author(s): Mary Norton
Illustrator(s): Diana Stanley

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The Borrowers Afloat (1959)

The Clocks, Arrietty, Pod, and Homily are off down stream to Little Fordham.

Author(s): Mary Norton
Illustrator(s): Diana Stanley

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The Borrowers Aloft (1961)

Kidnapped from their home in Little Fordham, the Clocks, Arriety, Pod and Homily, must find a way to escape their prison.

Author(s): Mary Norton
Illustrator(s): Diana Stanley

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The Borrowers Aloft (1980)

Kidnapped from their home at Little Fordham, the Clocks must find a way to escape their prison.

Author(s): Mary Norton
Illustrator(s): Pauline Baynes
Diana Stanley

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The Complete Borrowers (1983)

A British paperback edition including all five Borrowers books and the short story ‘Poor Stainless.’

Author(s): Mary Norton
Illustrator(s): Diana Stanley

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Poor Stainless (1971)

When young Stainless does not return from his errand, his family fears the worst.

Author(s): Mary Norton
Illustrator(s): Diana Stanley

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