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Page 176 - Scarlet Patch" was the badge of a Tory organization, and a J. loyal patriot boy, Donald Bastien, is dismayed at learning that his uncle, with whom he is a " bound boy," is secretly connected with this treacherous band. Thrilling scenes follow in which a faithful Indian figures prominently, and there is a vivid presentation of the school and home life as well as the public affairs of those times. " A book that will be most valuable to the library of the young boy."— Front• dtnce ffevra.
Page 176 - Cloth $1.25 •T»HIS book, which will tend directly toward ( J. the making of patriotism in young Americans, | contains some twenty brief, clever and attractive sketches of famous men and women in American history, among them Father Marquette, Anne Hutchinson, Israel Putnam, Molly Pitcher, Paul Jones, Dolly Madison, Daniel Boone, etc. Mrs.
Page 176 - Cloth $1.25 ris a book for every library, a book for adults, and a book for the young. Perhaps no other book yet written sets the great cost of freedom so clearly before the young, consequently is such a spur to patriotism. " It can unqualifiedly be commended as a book for youthful readers; its great wealth of illustrations adding to its value.
Page 176 - Bouve" is well known as a writer both of fiction and history, and her work in this case is admirable. " The style of the book for simplicity and clearness of expression could hardly be excelled.
Page 175 - For sale by all booksellers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by the publishers, LOTHROP, LEE & SHEPARD CO., BOSTON »FAMOUS« CHILDREN, H TWITCHELL For Young People Famous Children By H.
Page 175 - It is a superb book, beautifully printed, Illustrated from famous paintings and splendidly bound. It is as well adapted to the adult as to the, children, and will be read with Interest, enjoyment and delight by many an older one." — The Brooklyn Citizen. " The literary standard of all these tales Is exceptionally high, and the two editors of the volume are to be congratulated on their choice of selections for it."— The Christian Register.
Page 175 - Compiled by ELVA S. SMITH Cataloguer of Children's Books, Carnegie Library, Pittsburgh, and ALICE I. HAZELTINE Supervisor of Children's Work, St. Louis Public Library Illustrated from Famous Paintings Net...
Page 175 - Postpaid, $i .70 TN their experience in providing reading for children, these trained and efficient librarians saw the need of a book that should group the best of real literature regarding Christmas. With wide research and great pains they have gathered the noblest, grandest, sweetest, and most reverent of all that eminent writers in varying lands and in different times have told us in prose and verse of the origin and sentiment of this "gracious time.