(1928 - 1980)
Born in England, Christine Hilda Price was an author and illustrator of children’s books. She wrote and illustrated a series of books on art.
Arts of Clay (1977)
A survey of clay artwork made by various primitive cultures.
Arts of Wood (1976)
A survey of woodenware and art made by various primitive cultures.
A history of colonial Philadelphia and its Liberty Bell that rang for the new United States.
The Bombard (1959)
David Onny and his friends serve as bombardiers under the Black Prince.
The Cat Did It (1951)
A boy's rescue of a kitten changes his life.
The Children's Crusade (1958)
Like most of their companions who survived the journey, Geoffrey de Villacours and his sister Alys are sold into slavery in Egypt.
The people of Europe were eager to buy spices from the island nations of the far east.
Ten traditional tales from Burma.
Cypress Country (1965)
An illustrated look at the plant and animal life in the great southern cypress swamps.
Dance on the Dusty Earth (1979)
Based on her travels, the author describes traditional dances in more primitive societies.
Dancing Masks of Africa (1975)
The author describes and illustrates a variety of West African ceremonial masks and their meaning.
David and the Mountain (1959)
A Welsh boy breaks the rules to go up on the mountain where he rescues a cragfast sheep.
Dig for a Treasure (1949)
A treasure is rumored to be buried on Invisible Island, and the eight explorers are determined to find it.
The Doubling Rod (1958)
An Englsh family has a magic rod that will double what they need in this mystery. The British first edition was not illustrated by Christine Price.
The Dragon and the Book (1953)
A tale of King Alfred, the Dragon of Wessex, in which a young scribe safeguards a Psalter through a Viking invasion.
The Eagles Have Flown (1954)
A story of Britain after the retreat of the Roman legions and the warrior king Artos, known to history as King Arthur.
Flames Over New England (1967)
The story of the first great war between the Native Americans and the English colonists.
Frederic Chopin (1948)
This is the first of a two part biography of the famous Polish composer written for children.
Frederic Chopin (1950)
This is the second volume of this biography of the Polish composer written for children. The cover is from a later reprint.