When I was a Boy in Japan

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Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1906 - Japan - 155 pages
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Page 25 - Yet some maintain that to this day She is a living child ; That you may see sweet Lucy Gray Upon the lonesome wild. " O'er rough and smooth she trips along, And never looks behind; And sings a solitary song That whistles in the wind.
Page 158 - 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.
Page 158 - sale by all booksellers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by the publishers, LOTHROP, LEE & SHEPARD CO., BOSTON Famous Children By H. TWITCHELL Illustrated $1.25
Page 160 - Boston. For sale by all booksellers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by the publishers, LOTHROP, LEE & SHEPARD CO., BOSTON THE
Page 159 - cheap sensationalism. For sale by all booksellers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by the publishers, LOTHROP, LEE & SHEPARD CO., BOSTON
Page 158 - 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
Page 158 - 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." — Boston Budget. The Scarlet Patch The Story of a Patriot Boy in the Mohawk Valley
Page 160 - VARIAN $1.00 rwill at once be understood that the 'boy" of the story is Alfred the Great in his youth, but it cannot be understood how delightful a story this is until it is seen and read. The splendid pictures of George Varian make this book superior among juveniles.
Page 157 - Also, recently published : IN BLUE AND WHITE. A Story of the American Revolution. 8vo, illustrated,
Page 160 - Not a boy lives who will not enjoy this book thoroughly. There is a good deal of first-class historical information woven into the story, but the best part of it is the splendid impression of times and manners it gives in old

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