The Wee Web will be publishing an Issue Point guide for Ladybird books originally produced in dust-jackets. This guide should be available from August 2010. To reserve a copy please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ladybird Books are known and loved throughout the world, and for millions of people they bring back the cosy and colourful days of childhood - learning to read, discovering the magic of books, and growing up - this blog is for Ladybirders and memory-laners . . . enjoy!
Hi all - thanks for visiting my blog . . . my name is Robert, but I prefer to be called Rab. I run a fairly popular website regarding vintage Ladybird books.
My website has a wealth of information regarding Ladybird Books and has all the titles published between 1940 and 1980 listed in a searchable database.
Whether you want to find out if your Ladybird book is a first edition, read a synopsis for a particular title or find some informtion regarding the authors and illustrators then The Wee Web is the place for you - www.theweeweb.co.uk
I also research and catalogue information regarding authors and illustrators from all over the world. When I can find the time I lightly collect 17th - 19th century Scottih folklore, witchcraft, second-sight, myths and legends - I also collect books on Scottish islands and have a particular interest in Mull and Iona - if you have anything in this way then give me a wee shout.