|John Ruskin School advert|
- Godfrey Blount made ‘traditional and new’ toys that were sold by the ‘The John Ruskin School’, in St George’s Hall, Kings Road, and wrote about these in Toys True and False (Peasant Arts Guild Paper No. 28)
- Ethel Blount wrote about the relationship between toys and the child’s imagination in Gifts of St Nicholas: A Study of Toys.
- Greville MacDonald wrote numerous fairytale books such as Trystie’s Quest (1912) and Jack and Jill (1913), and wrote about the impact of fairy in various publications such as The Fairy Tale in Education (Peasant Arts Guild Paper No. 16).
- Maude Egerton King was described as “writing children’s stories of valuable socialist intent” (La Chard, Therese, A Sailor Hat in the House of the Lord, George Allen & Unwin, London, 1967) although I have not found any of these stories so far.
|Trystie's Quest by Greville MacDonald|