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Margery Jean Gill

Illustrator

(1925 - 2008)

Margery Jean Gill

Margery Jean Gill was a Scottish-born British illustrator of children’s books.



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The Castle of Yew (1965)

Joseph is pulled into a yew bush shaped as a castle chess piece and shrinks to lilliputian size He joins the owner of the castle in the adventure of living as the smallest creatures in the garden.

Author(s): L. M. Boston
Illustrator(s): Margery Jean Gill

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English Fairy Tales (1968)

One of the first collections of English fairy tales. This edition also includes More English Fairy Tales. Read the first edition online at archive.org.

Author(s): Joseph Jacobs
Illustrator(s): Margery Jean Gill

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The Islanders (1950)

“A mile of river and five hundred acres of woodland” are turned over to Pat and his friends Toby and Nick for the summer holidays. This is the English first edition with illustrations by Margery Gill.

Author(s): Roland Pertwee
Illustrator(s): Margery Jean Gill

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Rough Water (1951)

Continues the adventures of Pat, Toby and Nick on Mr. Beckett’s “mile of salmon stream and five hundred acres of woods.”

Author(s): Roland Pertwee
Illustrator(s): Margery Jean Gill

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