- Eric Nicol (1953). Twice over lightly. Illustrated by James Simpkins. Toronto: Ryerson Press. p. 156. OCLC 876136.
- Stuart Hemsley (1954). Beastly Ballads. Illustrated by James Simpkins. Toronto: Burns and MacEachern. p. 63. OCLC 61654667.
- Eric Nicol (1955). Shall we join the ladies?. Illustrated by James Simpkins. Toronto: Ryerson Press. p. 156. OCLC 25443171.
- Eric Nicol (1957). Girdle me a globe. Illustrated by James Simpkins. Toronto: Ryerson Press. p. 134. OCLC 63784.
- Eric Nicol (1959). In darkest Domestica. Illustrated by James Simpkins. Toronto: Ryerson Press. p. 113. OCLC 6217822.
- Dudley Copland (1965). Ookpik the Ogling Arctic Owl. Illustrated by James Simpkins. Montreal: Canadian Century Publishers. p. 44. OCLC 49021775.
- Betty Sanders Garner (1976). Canada's Monsters. Illustrated by James Simpkins and John MacLeod; Initials by Laura Piotrowski. Hamilton: Potlach Publications. p. 95. ISBN 0-919676-06-5.
- Eleanor A. Ellis (1979). Northern cookbook. Illustrated by James Simpkins. Edmonton: Hurtig Publishers. p. 358. ISBN 0-88830-178-2.
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... The Penny Illustrated Paper was a cheap (1d.) illustrated weekly newspaper, which ran from 1861 to 1913 ... Illustrated weekly newspapers had been pioneered by the Illustrated London News (published from 1842, costing fivepence) its imitators included the Pictorial Times (1843-8), and - after the 1855 ... possible to envisage an even cheaper mass-circulation illustrated weekly ...
... Mac Clyde, Alan, Bagne de femmes, Librairie Générale, 1931. 8vo ...
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... The Cross in the West by Mark Boesch, Vision Books 1956 More champions in sports and spirit by Ed Fitzgerald, Farrar, Straus and Cudahy, 1959. ...
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