Presenting an illustration by Arthur Hughes from Trystie’s Quest (1912) as today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page.
“By the buttercup’s side the child then spied his favourite flower, a huge harebell. It was an unusual place
for it, and he plucked it low down and quite easily. Then, as he looked up at it, it grew bigger and he saw it was not a harebell at all, but his own air-ball, as sound and blue as ever, and even more airy. Up and up it went and O lovely, lovely ! —himself with it.”
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