Arthur Mee (21 July 1875 – 27 May 1943) was a British writer, journalist and educator. He is best known for The Children's Encyclopedia and The King's England. He also produced other works, usually with a patriotic tone, especially on the subjects of history or the countryside. 
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The King's England: Essex
- It is, of course, the great forest of Epping that givs an air of serenity and tranquillity to a piece of England the Industrial Age might so easily have spoiled.
- Page 1.
- The Venetian Bridge and the fine cliff walks are a handsome background for a wealth of entertainment which most visitors find irresistible.
- Page 63, Clacton on Sea.
The King's England: Hertfordshire
- Beyond are greens where pink chestnuts, may trees and copper beeches flaunt themselves gaily.
- Page 69, Harpenden.
- A narrow-minded nonconformist.
- Lord Northcliffe; quoted in The Oxford Companion to Children's Literature ISBN 0-19-211582-0, art. "Arthur Mee" p. 347.