Central to the stories are 26 illustrations by J.
Paine was a member of the Pulitzer Prize Committee and wrote in several genres, including fiction, humour, and verse. From early childhood until early adulthood, Paine lived in the village of Xenia in southern Illinois; here he received his schooling. At the age of twenty, he moved to St. Louis, where he trained as a photographer, and became a dealer in photographic supplies in Fort Scott, Kansas. Paine sold out in to become a full-time writer, moving to New York. He spent most of his life in Europe, including France where he wrote two books about Joan of Arc.
Paine was married to Dora and had three daughters. Paddington at Large.
Michael Bond. The Great Blue Yonder. Alex Shearer. Paddington Marches On. Jason Tipple. Gervase Phinn. Paddington Takes the Test.
The Girl who Wanted a Horse. Maurice Bird. Oh Grandad! Stephanie Dagg.
Mr. Rabbit's Wedding : Hollow Tree Stories (1917)
Roy Apps. Rebecca Johnson. Barnaby Rabbit Stories. Peter Allchin. The Diary of the Naughtiest Girl.
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Jeanne Willis. Sarah Lean. It's Not Funny! Jan Page. Thornton W. Creep Street. John Marsden. A Great Escape. Colin Dann. Driving the Fishy Frog: Aussie Chomp.
James Moloney. Mistflower - The Loneliest Mouse. Krystina Kellingley. The Great Pig Escape. Linda Moller. Mr Tripsy's Trip. Brian Leo Lee. Ghosts in the Garden. Judith Silverthorne. The Seventh Sister. Lynne Roberts.
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