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Page 206 - Numbers 3 and 4 meet the requirements of those three or four yeara older ; while the last two of the set will interest older boys and girls, and may be read with pleasure by almost any one. Noisy Herbert, and other Stories, FOR SMALL CHILDREN, Is from the pen of one whose books are always sought with avidity by the young. This little volume is printed in Great Primer, which renders it specially attractive to youthful eyes. The illustrations are numerous and good, and the book cannot fail to be a...
Page 206 - ALL THE CHILDREN'S LIBRARY. THIS entirely new and original series of Juveniles combines several especially attractive features. The plan adopted is that of gradation, the first two books on the list being designed for very young children, just commencing to read. Numbers 3 and 4 meet the requirements of those three or four years older ; while the last two of the set will interest older boys and girls, and may be read with pleasure by almost any one. Noisy Herbert, and other...
Page 152 - Mary, Mary, quite contrary, How does your garden grow? With silver bells, and cockle shells, And pretty maids all in a row.