(1909 - 1978)
John Morris Reeves was a British writer known as James Reeves. He is known for his poetry and plays and contributions to children’s literature.
The Angel and the Donkey (1969)
The story of Balaam’s ass.
Arcadian Ballads (1977)
A collection of poems based on Ovid’s Metamorphoses.
The Blackbird in the Lilac (1952)
A collection of poems for children.
Complete Poems for Children (1973)
Complete Poems for Children (1994)
Exploits of Don Quixote (1959)
The most famous exploits of the muddle-headed Don for younger readers.
A Golden Land (1958)
A wide ranging anthology of poetry and prose.
A tale from Grimm reveals that the Moon was purchased for two pound ten and hung in an oak tree to light up the night.
A selection of poems for children.
The James Reeves Story Book (1978)
The Lion that Flew (1974)
Toni’s magic ring brings a stone lion to life.
More Prefabulous Animiles (1975)
Poems about fantastical animals.
Pigeons and Princesses (1956)
A collection of stories and fairy tales.
Prefabulous Animiles (1957)
A collection of poems about fabulous animals.
Rhyming Will (1967)
Young Will did not speak until he was seven - and then everything that came out of his mouth was in rhyme.
A collection of stories old and new.
A collection of stories new and old. This edition includes five additional stories from Pigeons and Princesses.
A selection of stories freely adapted from the Brothers Grimm.