Alice Bowsher, type, design, the wind in the willows, nature, drawing, book cover, ink, hand lettering, typography

I like this book cover because of the playful font. I also think that it has a strong type hierarchy using on the text size and placement on the page alone.

Something about the illustration style here with handmade type.    A picture book by Karolis Strautniekas, via Behance

A picture book by Karolis Strautniekas, via Behance (Small illustrations lead the viewers to enter the main story. They tiny pictures make me feel curious and want to see what on next page. Also, I like the drawing style and color palette.

Wildwood Imperium by Colin Meloy and Carson Ellis.

In the aftermath of a young's girl's midnight seance that awakens a long-slumbering, malevolent spirit, a band of runaway orphans teams up with an underground collective of saboteurs to rescue friends imprisoned in an industrial wasteland.

Prang's Natural History Series for Children -Wading birds (1878)

Prang’s Natural History Series for Children. Prang & Co., Natural History Series was quite colorful in comparison to much of Prang’s work.

I remember having set of these books (Young Folks' Library) when I was little, and they were already old back then! :P

Storyland of Stars -- Vintage Children's Book Cover. Love the fonts used especially in "Storyland"

Odd Bods

Odd Bods is the début picture book from MG writer Steven Butler, together with illustrator Jarvis.

whimsical children's book! love the art & hand drawn type. will be getting this for isaac. sold on etsy:

Written by Jolby and Rachel Roellke. Illustrated by Jolby. Printed by Brown Printing in Portland, OR.

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The gang has returned in a crackerjack companion title, Please, Open This Book! (A Paula Wiseman Book, Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers, October The jungle bunch has changed their tune and is pleading for assistance.