Besides being a well-known illustrator of children’s books, Richard Kennedy (1910–1989) worked in oils and watercolors. He went to work for Leonard and Virginia Woolf at their embryonic Hogarth Press in 1926, at the age of sixteen, and was propelled into Bloomsbury life. He is the author of A Boy at Hogarth Press, an illustrated diary of his years there.
It’s good cats versus bad in a thrilling battle for the future of the enchanted land of Cat Country. “The children are lively, the grown-ups (including the witch) colorful and the mingling of magic and reality is most effective.” —The New York Times