Jill McDonald

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an image of a poster with the words puffins for the picking on it
Catalogue cover, 1972.
a piece of paper with writing on it
The Puffin Club
Puffin Club Passport for Joan Aiken designed by Jill McDonald | tygertale
the book cover for i am 500 puffins for the picking by stephen m brown
an image of a poster with the words puffins for the picking on it
Catalogue cover, 1972.
an advertisement for the company called compleat puffin cauloge, 1970
Puffin catalogue 1970
a drawing of a rabbit with a bird on its back and flowers in the background
irst the School Journal was wrapping up. Then maybe it wasn’t. Now I’m not sure what’s true. It seems like it is done though, and state-owned Learning Media is closing its doors, bringing to the end possibly the longest-running magazine in Kiwi history – having had it’s first issue published in 1907, the first instance that any kind of school book was published domestically. Cover artwork by Jill McDonald, image courtesy of the Auckland Museum Collection
an illustration of a black cat playing the ukulele on a red and blue background
The School Journal in Renwick
School Journal cover, Part 6, Number 4, 1964.
a piece of paper with writing on it
a red and white brochure with a button on it that says congratulations this day
Puffin Club founder members badge by Phil Baines, via Flickr
a drawing of a bird with words written on it's face and the words private pumpkin book below
Puffin Think Book c. 1980
an old advertisement from the early 20th century for rotary rotary rotary rotary rotary rotary rotary rotary rotary
Kaye Webb Puffin reader's Diary 1969
the front cover of pocket's by beverly daniels and bill mcdonald, with an illustration of a woman in purple
Pockets.
a piece of paper that has some type of advertisement on it with words written in black and white
Original artwork by Jill McDonald for Puffin Post, featuring Odway. Here, Odway's 'thinksbubble' is about revenge, and readers are encouraged to send in their own writing on this theme, with prizes on offer for the best pieces sent in. © Puffin Books, c.1970s.
an image of a piece of paper with words written on it and some type of writing in the bottom corner
Original artwork by Jill McDonald for Puffin Post, featuring Odway the dog. Odway spoke in mock-Shakespearean style and regularly appeared in the magazine, musing on particular words and encouraging readers to also think creatively about words. © Puffin Books, c. 1970s.