Arabian Nights Images - Earle Goodenow

The Illustrated Junior Library edition of The Arabian Nights, published by Grosset & Dunlap, New York, 1946, comes with at least 2 different covers, one of which has the image at right, which I thought was pretty cool because one can only imagine that she's dancing.

We can't be too sure about the cover, but the illustrations inside the book are by Earle Goodenow, who I would guess was a relative of Girard. There are many black and white drawings as well as several color pictures.

This is the frontispiece, apparently showing Scheherazade telling a story to the Sultan and her sister Dinarzade.
This is from the introduction, the basic story of Scheherazade, apparently showing her explaining the plan to her father.
This is from "The Story of the Young King of the Black Isles."
This is from "The Story of Sinbad the Sailor." I think the camels are cool.
These are both from "The Story of the Three Sisters."
Here's Morgiana dancing, from "Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves." Her costume looks pretty bland.
This is from "The Story of Aladdin; or, the Wonderful Lamp." The caption says "The magician never doubted but this was the lamp he wanted."
This is also from "Aladdin," showing an impressive procession.