Word and image are alchem­i­cal­ly bound in children’s lit­er­a­ture. Lewis Carroll’s Alice is John Tenniel’s Alice. Ken­neth Grahame’s Rat and Mole and Toad are E.H. Shepard’s too. Of course, thou­sands of artists have illus­trat­ed these words in the gen­er­a­tions since …

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