Maja is my favourite Swedish children's book character.
She teaches children about the seasons...
about the alphabet...
and about gardening and nature.
I think she is wonderful!
Thanks for your blog: a blend of beauty and good energy for my everyday life.elisa
these illustrations are adorable!
The makings of a great story. Thanks for sharing
Hello again!I've never seen these before and I love them - very inspiring. I especially like the first one.Thank you so much for your comment on the Amber candle - I've just launched them so it is fantastic to get good feedback. Thank you!Ellen
wow, i read about maja and her world, as a child and loved her. the illustrations are great. thanks for comment on my blog by the way.
she is wonderful! that really is lovely illustrations and great messages for little ones (and big ones too). :)
What sweet illustrations! I love them!
What a funny coincidence! Definitely a book worth rereading ;) I love the first peony illustration; it's beautiful.
this book seems so lovely. I'm a big fan of children book's illustrations.and; no dear these flowers pictures from my recent posts aren't mine. and I've just written their credits for each post. you can click the links and reach many beautiful Flickr members!thanks for the comment. great to see you and your blog. :)have a lovely day!
she used to be one of my favorites when I was a child.... to see the pictures wakes up some childhood memories!
Simply gorgeous...i love the first 2 most!
Just a delight Amber! Thanks so much for introducing Maja to me.Millie ^_
That's really sweet, indeed. Beautiful illustrations!
I haven't heard of her, but the illustrations are gorgeous!
that's so cute!she looks lovely.
you have a lovely blog and pictures.
Such gorgeous illustrations - they would look lovely framed in a little girl's room, especially the first one with the peonies.
You should check out the books about the Flower Fairies, written by Cicely Mary Barker, if you haven't done it already :)
these are so very very very lovely! x
AAAAH OH DEAR!! :D I read that do live in Sweden ow, may I ask where? :D I'm living here to, haha!And you don't know how I love Maja.. she was my whole class idol in 1st grade! we sang her songs every week! One new letter every week, and we also had her as a doll we talked to and wrote letters I have kept on my athic!Haha, my english is not the best, (the grammar stuff) but I hope that you understand what I talked about! HAHAHAHAH xxx