“The story is told with spirit, and is full of adventure.”—New York Sun.
“Vivid in style, vigorous in movement, full of dramatic situations, true to historic perspective, this story is a capital one for boys.”—Watchman Examiner, New York City.
“There is plenty of lively adventure and action and the story is well told.”—Duluth Herald, Duluth, Minn.
“The story is full of spirited action and contains much valuable historical information.”—Boston Herald.
THE FRIENDLY TERRACE SERIES
By HARRIET LUMMIS SMITH
Each one volume, cloth, decorative, 12mo, illustrated, per volume $1.75
THE GIRLS OF FRIENDLY TERRACE
“It is a book that cheers, that inspires to higher thinking; it knits hearts; it unfolds neighborhood plans in a way that makes one tingle to try carrying them out, and most of all it proves that in daily life, threads of wonderful issues are being woven in with what appears the most ordinary of material, but which in the end brings results stranger than the most thrilling fiction.”—Belle Kellogg Towne in The Young People’s Weekly, Chicago.
PEGGY RAYMOND’S VACATION
“It is a clean, wholesome, hearty story, well told and full of incident. It carries one through experiences that hearten and brighten the day.”—Utica, N.Y., Observer.
PEGGY RAYMOND’S SCHOOL DAYS
“It is a bright, entertaining story, with happy girls, good times, natural development, and a gentle earnestness of general tone.”—The Christian Register, Boston.
THE FRIENDLY TERRACE QUARTETTE
“The story is told in easy and entertaining style and is a most delightful narrative, especially for young people. It will also make the older readers feel younger, for while reading it they will surely live again in the days of their youth.”—Troy Budget.
PEGGY RAYMOND’S WAY
“The author has again produced a story that is replete with wholesome incidents and makes Peggy more lovable than ever as a companion and leader.”—World of Books.
“It possesses a plot of much merit and through its 324 pages it weaves a tale of love and of adventure which ranks it among the best books for girls.”—Cohoe-American.