Within the flower, upon the green velvet stamens, sat a very delicate and graceful little maiden. She was scarcely half as long as a thumb, and they gave her the name of “Thumbelina,” or Tiny, because she was so small.

Thumbelina will return on March 28.
Join us next week as we begin “The Princess and the Pea”, illustrated by Jennifer Gray Olson.


14 Comments to “Thumbelina”

  1. What a great concept! Love the artwork.

  2. I love your drawings. Is the book available? How do I get one?

    • Hi Lisa, Thanks for stopping by. I don’t have a Thumbelina book published, but there will be more art over the next few months by me and the other artists. So, come on back! roni

  3. Lovely illustration = looking forward to the weekly updates. It’s wonderful to see all of this in one place. Love it! Lots of luck to each of you….

  4. What a lovely illustration, Veronica. The colors are so light and delicate and the piece has such lively movement. Congratulations on such a beautiful piece, and on your new blog!

  5. Looks fantastic Veronica! I really love the loose line work. Great job!

  6. oh Veronica!!!…this is just BEAUTIFUL! …yes, wonderful colors! …and nice movement.!
    It’s all just so very pleasing!

  7. Hi Veronica,

    I love the image, the color and style is fun and inviting. Great job.

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