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H. R. Millar

Illustrator

(1869 - 1940)

H. R. Millar

Harold Robert Millar was a prominent and prolific Scottish graphic artist and illustrator of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. He is best known for his illustrations of children’s books and fantasy literature.

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Free Ebooks

On our Free Downloads page, get three free ebooks by H. R. Millar:

  • Five Children and It (1902)
  • The Phoenix and the Carpet (1904)
  • The Story of the Amulet (1906)


Bibliography

The Magic City (1996)

Philip builds a model city using his blocks and things about the house. When he and his sister Lucy shrink to the size of the inhabitants, they must fight for the throne.

Author(s): E. Nesbit
Illustrator(s): H. R. Millar

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The Magic World (1912)

This is a collection of twelve short stories, most dealing with magic in one of its forms. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): E. Nesbit
Illustrator(s): H. R. Millar
Gerald Spencer Pryse

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The Magic World (1959)

This is a collection of twelve short stories, most dealing with magic in one of its forms.

Author(s): E. Nesbit
Illustrator(s): H. R. Millar
Gerald Spencer Pryse

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The Magic World (1980)

This is a collection of twelve short stories, most dealing with magic in one of its forms.

Author(s): E. Nesbit
Illustrator(s): H. R. Millar
Gerald Spencer Pryse

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Nine Unlikely Tales for Children (1901)

Nine short stories including ‘The Cockatoucan,’ 'Melisande, or, Long and Short Division,’ and ‘Whereyouwanttogoto.’ Read online at gutenberg.org.

Author(s): E. Nesbit
Illustrator(s): H. R. Millar
Et al

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Nine Unlikely Tales for Children (1960)

Nine short stories including ‘The Cockatoucan,’ 'Melisande, or, Long and Short Division,’ and ‘Whereyouwanttogoto.’

Author(s): E. Nesbit
Illustrator(s): H. R. Millar
Et al

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Only Toys! (1903)

A brother and sister entertain themselves using their imagination when their toys come alive.

Author(s): F. Anstey
Illustrator(s): H. R. Millar

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Oswald Bastable and Others (1905)

A collection of short stories, four of which concern the Bastable children. Read online at archive.org. Or at Hathitrust.

Author(s): E. Nesbit
Illustrator(s): C. E. Brock
H. R. Millar

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Oswald Bastable and Others (1960)

A collection of short stories, four of which concern the Bastable children.

Author(s): E. Nesbit
Illustrator(s): C. E. Brock
H. R. Millar

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The Phoenix and the Carpet (1904)

The five children who discovered ‘It’ find a Phoenix’ egg rolled up in a magic carpet and hatch it in the nursery fireplace.

Author(s): E. Nesbit
Illustrator(s): H. R. Millar

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The Phoenix and the Carpet (1904)

The five children who discovered It find a Phoenix’ egg rolled up in a magic carpet and hatch it in the nursery fireplace. Read online at gutenberg.org.

Author(s): E. Nesbit
Illustrator(s): H. R. Millar

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The Phoenix and the Carpet (1956)

The five children who discovered ‘It’ find a Phoenix’ egg rolled up in a magic carpet and hatch it in the nursery fireplace.

Author(s): E. Nesbit
Illustrator(s): H. R. Millar

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Puck of Pook’s Hill (1906)

Dan and Una learn something of English history from Robin Goodfellow. Read online at archive.org.

Author(s): Rudyard Kipling
Illustrator(s): H. R. Millar

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Puck of Pook’s Hill (1975)

Having performed Midsummer Night’s Dream three times on midsummer’s eve, Dan and Una are visited by Puck, who leads them on adventures in English history.

Author(s): Rudyard Kipling
Illustrator(s): Nicola Bayley
H. R. Millar

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Queen Mab’s Fairy Realm (1901)

A collection of literary and traditional fairy tales. Read for free online at HathiTrust.

Author(s): Friedrich de la Motte Fouqué
Et al
Illustrator(s): H. R. Millar
Arthur Rackham
Et al

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The Story of the Amulet (1906)

The five children re-encounter the Psammead—the “It” in Five Children and It. As it no longer grants wishes to the children, however, its capacity is mainly advisory in relation to the children’s other discovery, the Amulet. Read online at Gutenberg.org.

Author(s): E. Nesbit
Illustrator(s): H. R. Millar

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The Story of the Amulet (1960)

The five children re-encounter the Psammead—the “It” in Five Children and It. As it no longer grants wishes to the children, however, its capacity is mainly advisory in relation to the children’s other discovery, the Amulet.

Author(s): E. Nesbit
Illustrator(s): H. R. Millar

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The Sun Princess (1930)

This is a later reprint of Queen Mab’s Fairy Realm. Read for free online at HathiTrust.

Author(s): Friedrich de la Motte Fouqué
Various
Illustrator(s): H. R. Millar
Arthur Rackham
Et al

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Wet Magic (1913)

When Francis unwittingly summons a mermaid, she and Mavis, Bernard and Kathleen must rescue it from a sideshow and return it to the sea. Read online at archive.org.

Author(s): E. Nesbit
Illustrator(s): H. R. Millar

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