Palmer cox brownies and other stories

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The Brownies: Their Book by Palmer Cox

The author, Palmer Cox, was born in Canada in 1840. He wrote sixteen books about Brownies. The Brownies were very popular. Each book would have a set of poems about these little people. The Brownies had various adventures. Each poem reflects some aspect of life back a hundred years ago. The brownies go to a school, visit the circus, go ice skating and so on. These books were published in the late 1800s to early 1900s.
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The Brownies is a series of publications by Canadian illustrator and author Palmer Cox , based on names and elements from English traditional mythology and Scottish stories told to Cox by his grandmother. Illustrations with verse aimed at children, The Brownies was published in magazines and books during the late 19th century and early 20th century. The Brownie characters became famous in their day, and at the peak of their popularity were a pioneering name brand within merchandising. Not unlike fairies and goblins , Brownies are imaginary little sprites , who are supposed to delight in harmless pranks and helpful deeds. Never allowing themselves to be seen by mortal eyes, they are male, drawn to represent many professions and nationalities, all mischievous members of the fairy world whose principal attribute is helping with chores while a family sleeps.

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Scarce Original Ca. Brownies and other Stories by Palmer Cox. - Green cloth hardback with some scuffing, head of spine is slightly pulled.




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