ISSUE NO 131 1967
Cover Image by Eleonore Schmid
Issue 131 of Graphis magazine is devoted entirely to the artistically valuable children's book. Articles include an Editor's Note written by Editor In Chief Walter Herdeg and Introducing this special issue, written by Jella Lepman, as well as New Trends in Czechoslovak Children's Books, by Dr. Arsen Pohribny; Children's Books in France, by Dr. Robert F. Klein; The German Picture-Book Gains Ground, by Dr. Hans A. Halbey; Children's Book Illustration in England, by Judy Taylor & John Ryder; Notes on Japanese Picture-Books, by Bettina Hürlimann; Thoughts on Children's Books in Poland, by Olga Siemaszková; The Swiss Picture-Book Today, by Bettina Hürlimann; Children's Book Production in the U.S.A., by Harlin Quist; and Children's Books: A European Miscellany, by Stanley Mason.
206 Walter Herdeg, Zürich: Editor's Note
206 Jella Lepman, Zürich: Introducing this special issue
208 Dr. Arsen Pohribny, Prague: New Trends in Czechoslovak Children's Books
216 Dr. Robert F. Klein, Winterthur: Children's Books in France
224 Dr. Hans A. Halbey, Offenbach a.M.: The German Picture-Book Gains Ground
232 Judy Taylor / John Ryder, London: Children's Book Illustration in England
242 Bettina Hürlimann, Zürich: Notes on Japanese Picture-Books
250 Olga Siemaszková, Warschau: Thoughts on Children's Books in Poland
262 Bettina Hürlimann, Zürich: The Swiss Picture-Book Today
272 Harlin Quist, New York: Children's Book Production in the U.S.A.
294 Stanley Mason, Zürich: Children's Books: A European Miscellany
317 Book Reviews