The wonderful and often whimsical world of children's books entrance youth today, just as in the 19th century. In addition to those who enjoy them purely for the tales and adventures, children's literature is a fascinating collecting interest. In this 7 Essentials column, some essential tips and information about children's books and collecting them...
By penning the new book “Collecting Children’s Books,” authors Noah Fleisher and Lauren Zittle are aiding those dedicated to developing new generations of readers, as well as exploring children’s literature as a collectible genre.
The Nov. 25, 2015 edition of Antique Trader is a recipe featuring diverse 'ingredients' rich in nostalgia and collecting advice and information.
A lot has changed since Little Golden Books became a staple of childhood almost 73 years ago, but they remain some of the most popular children’s books ever published, as demonstrated in a recent Ten Things You Didn’t Know column.
“Draw Me a Story: A Century of Children’s Book Illustrators,’’ at the Frick Art & Historical Center in Pittsburgh, Pa., is the place to learn and rekindle the itch to collect the best in children’s books. The exhibit runs through May 2012.
The art establishment is beginning to recognize children's book illustration art as art; the market is booming and the prices of works by top artists in the field have been rising steadily.