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Samuel Marinus Zwemer
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 72 pages of information about Topsy-Turvy Land.

[Sidenote:  THE OLD TESTAMENT ADAPTED FOR LITTLE CHILDREN]

By

LAURA ELLA CRAGIN

Illustrated, Cloth, net $1.25

Convention Teacher:  “An admirable book in every way.  The writer has read many of the stories to his own children, and they have been received with delight.  We commend the book to mothers and to the teachers of little children.”

Scottish Review:  “Here is a book which many will welcome.  The authoress has considerable experience and real skill in the art of imparting religious ideas to very young minds, as well as a manifest love of such labor.”

Religious Telescope:  “If it were in our power it would be introduced into every home where there is a child.”

Central Presbyterian:  “Best of its kind we have yet seen.”

Southwestern Christian Advocate:  “Tells the little ones in a way quite original and exceptional the beautiful stories of the Old Testament.”

Evangelical:  “It is a pleasure to recommend a book that will supply a long-felt need on the part of the Christian mother.  The nature study which abounds throughout the book in one of its strong attractions, teaching the little children to associate the beauties of natural animal life with God, the giver of all these blessings.”

TALES OF BIBLE HEROES FOR THE CHILDREN OF TO-DAY

Tell Me a True Story

By

MARY STEWART

THIRD EDITION

Introduction by A.F.  Schauffler.  Illustrated, Cloth, net $1.25

[Illustration:  Tell me a True Story.  Mary Stewart.]

A new volume of “Bible Stories for the Children’s Hour,” which comes at once into deserved popularity. Henry van Dyke says:  “It brings the meaning of Christianity to the children’s level.” Patterson Du Bois says:  “At the top of all the Bible story books for children.” Dr. William R. Richards says:  “These stories have lived through a thorough testing.” Henry Shane Coffin says:  “A fascinating book, much needed, a treasure.”

Cumberland Presbyterian:  “No little talent has been lavished on the retelling of the Scripture stories, and many a teacher will find the book available for help and for suggestion.”

Northern Christian Advocate:  “We can heartily commend this book as being the one needed for successful presentation of Bible stories.  Children in the home will find this one of the best entertainers.”

Interior:  “Will be found a godsend by weary mothers.  It is especially designed for ‘the children’s hour’ on Sunday.”

Congregationalist:  “The author shows good taste and discrimination in the choice of material, and a sympathetic knowledge of the right approach for ethical teaching to the mind of the child.”

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