By ALICE E. ALLEN
Each one volume, cloth decorative, 12mo, illustrated, per volume $1.50
These are two of Miss Allen’s earliest and most successful stories, combined in a single volume to meet the insistent demands from young people for these two particular tales.
“The chief charm of the story is that it contains so much of human nature. It is so real that it touches the heart strings.”—New York Standard.
A sequel to “Joe, the Circus boy,” and “The Martie Twins.”
MARJORY AT THE WILLOWS
Continuing the story of Marjory, the Circus Girl.
“Miss Allen does not write impossible stories, but delightfully pins her little folk right down to this life of ours, in which she ranges vigorously and delightfully.”—Boston Ideas.
“Miss Allen certainly knows how to please the children and tells them stories that never fail to charm.”—Madison Courier.
This new addition to the popular MARJORY-JOE SERIES is as lovable and original as any of the other creations of this writer of charming stories. We get little peeps at the precious twins, at the healthy minded Joe and sweet Marjory. There is a bungalow party, which lasts the entire summer, in which all of the characters of the previous MARJORY-JOE stories participate, and their happy times are delightfully depicted.
By HARRISON ADAMS
Each 12mo, cloth decorative, illustrated, per volume $1.65
“Such books as this are an admirable means of stimulating among the young Americans of to-day interest in the story of their pioneer ancestors and the early days of the Republic.”—Boston Globe.
“The recital of the daring deeds of the frontier is not only interesting but instructive as well and shows the sterling type of character which these days of self-reliance and trial produced.”—American Tourist, Chicago.