Select Primary Sunday-school Library, 36 vols., in extra cloth binding, $5.50.
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MARGARET SIDNEY’S BOOKS.
“A charming work.... The home scenes in which these little Peppers are engaged are capitally described.... Will find prominent place among the higher class of juvenile presentation books.”—Religious Herald.
“One of the best told tales given to the children for some time.... The perfect reproduction of child-life in its minutest phases catches one’s attention at once.”—Christian Advocate.
“A good book to place in the hands of every boy and girl.”—Chicago Inter-Ocean.
“Will be hailed with eager delight, and found well worth reading.—Christian Observer.
“An admirable Sunday-school book.”—Arkansas Evangel.
We have followed with intense interest the story of David Folsom.... A man poor, friendless, and addicted to drink;.... the influence of little Cricket: ... the faithful care of aunt Phebe; all steps by which he climbed to higher manhood.—Woman at Work.
Double chromo cover, fully illustrated, $1.25. Extra cloth binding, $1.75.
“It ought to attract wide attention from the simplicity of its style, and the vigor and originality of its treatment.—Chicago Herald.
“This is a capital story illustrating New England life.”—Inter-Ocean, Chicago.
“The characters of the story seem all to be studies from life.—Boston Post.
“To be commended to readers for excellent delineations, sparkling style, bright incidents and genuine interest.”—The Watchman.
“The book is in every way well done.”—Illustrated Christian Weekly.
A live boy writes: “this is about the best book that ever was written or ever can be.”
“This bright and earnest story ought to go into the hands of every boy who is old enough to be subjected to the temptations of school life.”
Quarto, board cover, designed by J. Wells Champney, $1.75. Extra cloth, $2.25.
Quarto, board cover, $1.75. Extra cloth binding, $2.25.
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Each volume 12mo, illustrated. Price, $1.50.