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Page 96 - American writer and publisher, are becoming increasingly popular."— London Literary World. " It is unnecessary to explain the ' plot ' of this most entertaining fairy tale. Suffice it to say that it contains all the elements of wonder required to gain for it the approbation of the children, while the excellent pictures are in themselves an exhaustless source of interest."— The Dundee (Scotland) Advertiser.
Page 96 - ... Fairy Book. Now In its 3d Thousand. With nine beautiful full-page illustrations by JR Skeen. 8vo, cloth. Price, 50 cents ; de luxe edition, $1.25. "... Remarkably clever."— London Times. "One of the successes of the season." — Philadelphia Times. " A funny book for children, which has obtained a great vogue.
Page 95 - There is a frog orchestra, a frog prince, fairies of all kinds, and plenty of fun. It is a real old-fashioned tale, told with the sympathy of one who loves children and knows how to write for them."— New York Commercial Advertiser.
Page 89 - Of lite in the islands at present he draws a graphic and interesting picture, and altogether his book can be recommended, not only to historical students and to those who may intend to visit the Madeiras, but also to those who, though unable for various reasons to spend much time in travelling, are yet always eager to obtain new information about foreign and little-known countries.*'— У"Л*
Page 95 - Biddle, the American writer and publisher, are becoming increasingly popular.
Page 98 - Publisher PHILADELPHIA. LONDON. American Cable Address: " Drebid," Philadelphia NEW BOOKS BY ANTHONY J. DREXEL BIDDLE, FGSA The Flowers of Life. A Gift-Book for Presentation Occasions. Handsomely bound in blue and gold, in white and gold, and in yellow and gold, and printed on extra heavy paper. I2mo, cloth, pp. 88. Price, 90 cents. "This handsome volume consists of some of Mr. AJ Drexel Biddle's latest writings, so chosen as to make a gift-book appropriate for presentation occasions. Mr.
Page 91 - The author is Mr. Anthony J. Drexel Biddle, who has already made considerable contributions to contemporary literature." — The Sheffield (England) Telegraph. "... As for the text, suffice it to say that the author tells all that is worth knowing about the islands. He has evidently studied them and their history thoroughly, going...