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Sirens Three -- Queen Summer

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In this enchanting tale, Walter Crane introduces readers to three mysterious sirens who reside in a magical underwater realm. The three sirens, each with their own unique powers, captivate readers with their beauty and allure. As the story unfolds, we learn more about their individual personalities and the challenges they face in their underwater kingdom.

Crane's writing is lyrical and evocative, painting a vivid picture of the underwater world in which the sirens live. The story is full of whimsy and charm, making it a delightful read for readers of all ages. The illustrations by the author add to the enchanting atmosphere of the book, bringing the characters and their world to life.

Overall, "Sirens Three – Queen Summer" is a captivating and imaginative story that will transport readers to a magical realm filled with wonder and mystery. Walter Crane's storytelling and illustrations make this book a must-read for anyone who enjoys fairy tales and fantasy stories.

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Walter Crane was a renowned artist and the illustrator of numerous books, among them "The Happy Prince and Other Stories" by Oscar Wilde and Edmund Spenser's "Faerie Queene" as well as many collections of Fairy Stories. He is considered as one of the most influential and indeed prolific illustrators and creators of children's books.

This is a recording of two short books containing one poem each written and beautifully illustrated by Crane, "The Sirens Three" from 1886 and "Queen Summer" from 1891 .

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