Category: Jessie Willcox Smith

thumbnail Jessie Willcox Smith – “You are our dear Mrs. Do-as-you-would-be-done-by.” [from The Water Babies]
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thumbnail Jessie Willcox Smith – It took the form of the grandest old lady he had ever seen.  [from The Water Babies]
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thumbnail Jessie Willcox Smith – And there he saw the last of the Gairfowl, standing up on the Allalonestone, all alone [from The Water Babies]
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thumbnail Jessie Willcox Smith – Mrs. Be-done-by-as-you-did. “Little boys who are only fit to play with sea-beasts cannot go there,” she said. [from The Water Babies]
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thumbnail Jessie Willcox Smith – They hugged and kissed each other for ever so long, they did not know why. [from The Water Babies]
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thumbnail Jessie Willcox Smith – Tom reached and clawed down the hole after him … the clumsy lobster pulled him in head-foremost. [from The Water Babies]
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thumbnail Jessie Willcox Smith – He felt the net very heavy and lifted it out quickly with Tom all entangled in the meshes. [from The Water Babies]
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thumbnail Jessie Willcox Smith – Tom sat upon the buoy long days, long weeks, looking out to sea. [from The Water Babies]
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thumbnail Jessie Willcox Smith – “Oh, don’t hurt me! cried Tom. I only want to look at you; you are so handsome” [from The Water Babies]
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thumbnail Jessie Willcox Smith – He felt how comfortable it was to have nothing  on him but himself. [from The Water Babies]
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thumbnail Jessie Willcox Smith – “No. She cannot be dirty. She never could have been dirty” [from The Water Babies]
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thumbnail Jessie Willcox Smith – He looked up at the broad yellow moon and thought that she looked at him. [from The Water Babies]
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thumbnail Jessie Willcox Smith – David Copperfield and his mother (Boys and Girls of Bookland by Nora Archibald Smith) [from Jessie Willcox Smith: American Illustrator]
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thumbnail Jessie Willcox Smith – Heidi (cover of Good Housekeeping, August 1923) [from Jessie Willcox Smith: American Illustrator]
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thumbnail Jessie Willcox Smith – Put your foot down firmly once,” suggested Heidi (Heidi by Johanna Spyri) [from Jessie Willcox Smith: American Illustrator]
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thumbnail Jessie Willcox Smith – Heidi Introduced Each in Turn by it’s Name to Her Friend Clara (Heidi by Johanna Spyri) [from Jessie Willcox Smith: American Illustrator]
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thumbnail Jessie Willcox Smith – I am never called anything but Heidi (Heidi by Johanna Spyri) [from Jessie Willcox Smith: American Illustrator]
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thumbnail Jessie Willcox Smith – You can have that, I have plenty (Heidi by Johanna Spyri) [from Jessie Willcox Smith: American Illustrator]
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thumbnail Jessie Willcox Smith – Holding onto the banisters, she put him gently away (Little Women by Louisa May Alcott) [from Jessie Willcox Smith: American Illustrator]
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thumbnail Jessie Willcox Smith – Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy (Little Women by Louisa May Alcott) [from Jessie Willcox Smith: American Illustrator]
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