New Classic Children's Books for You!

New miniature books for your dollhouse! Two sets of classic children's books in adorable slipcases, perfect for any child's room.

First up is the popular "Little Bear" series by Else Holmelund Minarik, illustrated by Maurice Sendak. The 5-volume set comes in a charming slipcase covered with a forest scene and illustrations from the books.


The second set is an update to my "Little House on the Prairie" set by Laura Ingalls Wilder, with cover illustrations by Garth Williams. The eight books now come enclosed in a little cabin-shaped slipcase!

You can purchase the sets on my website (links above), and I'll be listing them on Etsy tomorrow. I hope you like them!

6 comments:

Las pequeñas cosas de Victoria said...

¡¡ que bonita coleccion de libros !!
Me parece una autentica maravilla .
estupendo trabajo.
un beso, que tengas un buen dia

Ascension said...

Los libros son preciosos y la cajita muy original.
Me encanta la forma de casita que tiene, enhorabuena.
besitos ascension

dale said...

Ha! Little House on the Prairie is my all time favorite stories! I read them all to my kids and pretty much, read everything she wrote.

And, now, it's mine, all mine! (cackle ensues!)

;)

Sans! said...

I think its a brilliant idea to make a little house box for this set! It's just a matter of time I will own one of your collections :)

Carol said...

I LOVE the Little House on the Prairie set in the cabin-shaped slipcase! I had the books as a child. However the slipcase was just a plain, yellow and black corrugated box with Garth Williams' illustrations. Your set is fabulous!

TreeFeathers said...

Thanks, everyone. I just thought it would be a fun way to box the set, and look so cute in a dollhouse bedroom!

- Grace

 

About Me

My Photo
TreeFeathers
Griffins, traditionally, are Guardians. Often carved at temple doors in ancient times, they were said to guard the way to Wisdom. I, on the other hand, seem to be the Guardian primarily of odd bits of string, pinecones, scraps of paper, mismatched socks, old calendars, homeless imps and gnomes, pencils with no erasers, jokes nobody gets, forgotten gods, keys with no locks, and other people’s lighters. If any of these things might be of use to you, let me know.
View my complete profile

View Posts by Subject