By Laura E. Richards, author of “Queen Hildegarde,” “Captain January,” etc. Illustrated with original designs by Merrill. Square 16mo, cloth. $1.25.
FOUR FEET, TWO FEET, AND NO FEET;
Or, Furry and Feathery Pets, and How they Live. Stories of Animals, Fishes and Birds for the Little Folks. Edited by Laura E. Richards. Illustrated with nearly 250 wood engravings, all original in design, and engraved by George T. Andrew. Quarto. Illuminated board covers. $1.75.
FIVE MICE IN A MOUSE TRAP.
The story of their lives and other wonderful things related by The Man in the Moon, done in the vernacular from the lunacular form, by Laura E. Richards, daughter of Julia Ward Howe, author of “Four Feet, Two Feet, and No Feet,” “Joyous Story of Toto,” etc. With a large number of beautiful illustrations by Addie Ledyard, Kate Greenaway and others. Quarto. Illuminated board covers. $1.25.
A delightful book for girls. By Fannie Belle Irving, a gifted writer, and niece of Washington Irving. Illustrated from designs by Merrill. 16mo, cloth. Boston. $1.25.
Estes & Lauriat, Publishers, Boston.
Illustrated Gift Books
FOR ALL SEASONS.
Or, the Florentine Gentleman. Being the story of Amerigo Vespucci. By Virginia W. Johnson, author of “The Lily of the Arno,” etc. Handsomely printed from large type, on fine paper, and illustrated with twenty full-page plates in half-tone. Small, 8vo, handsomely bound in cloth, extra, original and very handsome cover design, gilt top, in a box. $2.50.
WILLIAM WARE’S BOOKS.
Queen of Palmyra. A tale of the Roman Empire in the days of the Emperor Aurelian. By William Ware, author of “Aurelian,” “Julian,” etc. Holiday edition. Handsomely printed from new and large type on laid paper, and handsomely illustrated with twenty full-page plates in half-tone from photographs taken in Palmyra. Small 8vo, tastefully bound in parti-colored cloth, decorated in gold, with cameo portrait on side, gilt top, in a box. $2.50
A handsome holiday edition of a famous historical novel, still popular and worthy of preservation in an attractive form. The illustrations add considerably to its interest, depicting the ruins of a splendid civilization, that was at its zenith nearly two thousand years ago.
Emperor of Rome. A tale of the Roman Empire in the Third Century. By William Ware, author of “Zenobia,” etc. Handsomely printed from new, large type, and illustrated with twenty full-page plates in half-tone from photographs of Roman scenes described in the story. Small 8vo, cloth, gilt top, uniform with our holiday edition of “Zenobia,” each copy in a box. $2.50.