(1903 - 1985)
Bettina Ehrlich, née Bauer, was an Austrian painter and illustrator of children’s books, many of which she also wrote. She lived briefly in Berlin and Paris, and from 1938 in England.
Angelo and Rosaline (1957)
When Rosaline puts lipstick on the angel in the garden, Angelo comes to life.
The Children Come Running (1960)
A collection of UNICEF greeting cards, some by famous illustrators.
Cocolo Comes to America (1949)
Cocolo, the little Italian donkey and his master Lucio come to America.
Cocolo’s Home (1950)
Cocolo is homesick for his home island of Rvaya-Reena in Italy so he takes a trip to visit and discovers you can’t go home again.
For the Leg of a Chicken (1960)
Roberto is sick and tired of eating only corn dodgers and leaves home in search of a chicken dinner.
The Magic Christmas Tree (1957)
Two small girls independently adopt a small pine tree for Christmas -- then one day they meet.
The story of a dog and his master.
Paolo and Panetto (1960)
A little Italian boy gets over his fears after a nighttime adventure with Pan.