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الصفحة 276 - DAISY'S COMPANIONS; or, Scenes from Child Life. A Story for Little Girls. With 8 Illustrations. 3rd Edit. i6mo. zs. 6d. 'If anybody wants a pretty little present for a pretty (and good) little daughter, or a niece or grand-daughter, we cannot recommend a better or tastier one than
الصفحة 280 - Handsomely bound, 3s. 6d. *We have already characterised some other book as the best cat-and-dog book of the season. We said so because we had not seen the present little book, which is delightful. It is written on an artistic principle, consisting of actual biographies of certain elephants, squirrels, blackbirds, and what not, who lived in the flesh ; and we only wish that human biographies were always as entertaining and instructive.
الصفحة 276 - Any godmamma who wishes to buy an unusually pretty and artisticallywritten gift-book for an eight-year-old pet cannot do better than spend a florin or two on the contents of
الصفحة 279 - A FLAT IRON FOR A FARTHING; or, Some Passages in the Life of an Only Son.
الصفحة 275 - In one of our former reviews we praised ** Deborah's Drawer." " Giles's Minority " no less deserves our goodwill. It is a picture of school-room life, and is so well drawn that grown-up readers may delight in it. In literary excellence this little book is above most of its fellows.
الصفحة 280 - KIRSTIN'S ADVENTURES. A Story of Jutland Life. By the Author of ' Casimir the Little Exile,' &c. With Illustrations. Crown 8vo. 31. 6d. ' There is so much true art and natural talent in the book that we are half inclined to take it away from the boys and girls for whom it is written.' — Times. KATIE ; or, the Simple Heart. By D. RICHMOND, Author of 'Annie Maitland.
الصفحة 275 - It is a capital child's book, and it has a charm for grown-up people also, as the fairy haze of " long-ago " brightens every page. We are not ashamed to confess to the "thrilling interest" with which we followed the history of " Robertina
الصفحة 279 - Danish fairy legends and tales. Translated by Caroline Peachey. With a memoir of the author.
الصفحة 279 - A charming tale by another of those clever writers, thanks to whom the children are now really better served than their neighbours.' — Spectator. ' Mrs. Ewing has written as good a story as her " Brownies," and that is saying a great deal.