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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 291 pages of information about The Black Box.

REBECCA OF SUNNYBROOK FARM, By Kate Douglas Wiggin.

One of the most beautiful studies of childhood—­Rebecca’s artistic, unusual and quaintly charming qualities stand out midst a circle of austere New Englanders.  The stage version is making a phenomenal dramatic record.

NEW CHRONICLES OF REBECCA, By Kate Douglas Wiggin.

Illustrated by F. C. Yohn.

Additional episodes in the girlhood of this delightful heroine that carry
Rebecca through various stages to her eighteenth birthday.

REBECCA MARY, By Annie Hamilton Donnell.

Illustrated by Elizabeth Shippen Green.

This author possesses the rare gift of portraying all the grotesque little joys and sorrows and scruples of this very small girl with a pathos that is peculiarly genuine and appealing.

EMMY LOU:  Her Book and Heart, By George Madden Martin.

Illustrated by Charles Louis Hinton.

Emmy Lou is irresistibly lovable, because she is so absolutely real.  She is just a bewitchingly innocent, huggable little Maid.  The book is wonderfully human.

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THE NOVELS OF IRVING BACHELLER

Full of the real atmosphere of American home life.

THE HAND-MADE GENTLEMAN.

With a double-page frontispiece.

The son of a wash-woman begins re-making himself socially and imparts his system to his numerous friends.  A story of rural New York with an appreciation of American types only possible from the pen of a humor loving American.

DARREL OF THE BLESSED ISLES.

With illustrations by Arthur I. Keller.

A tale of the North Country.  In Darrel, the clock tinker, wit, philosopher and man of mystery, is portrayed a force held in fetters and covered with obscurity, yet strong to make its way, and widely felt.

D’RI AND I:  A Tale of Daring Deeds in the Second War with the British.

Illustrated by F. C. Yohn.

“D’ri” was a mighty hunter, quaint, rugged, wise, truthful.  He fights magnificently on the Lawrence, and is a striking figure in this enthusiastic romance of early America.

EBEN HOLDEN:  A Tale of the North Country.

A story of the hardy wood-choppers of Vermont, who founded their homes in the Adirondack wilderness.  “Eben,” the hero, is a bachelor with an imagination that is a very wilderness of oddities.

SILAS STRONG:  Emperor of the Woods.

A simple account of one summer life, as it was lived in a part of the Adirondacks.  Silas Strong is a woodland philosopher, and his camp is the scene of an impressive little love story.

VERGILIUS:  A Tale of the Coming of Christ.

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