osen from the best literature in an original manner, and the workmanship is excellent.
Play Time, Story-book Friends, Wide-awake Primer and First Reader, Polly and Dolly, are other books for young readers by the same authors.
In collaboration with Mrs. Julia Dalrymple, Mrs. Macdonald has written Kathleen in Ireland, Manuel in Mexico, Rafael in Italy, and Une San in Japan.
Mrs. Dalrymple is the author of two delightful books for children, Make-believe Boys and Little Me Too.
Mabel Priest Rust is joint compiler of Song Echoes from Child Land, for use in the kindergarten.
Freeman Clarke Coffin, engineer, wrote a scientific work, Graphical Solution of Hydraulic Problems, but his real words lie deep in the hearts of his workmen and friends.
George T. Sampson has a pamphlet on Railroad Organization.
John C. Rand compiled a book of short biographies of prominent men called One of a Thousand.
Edward Baxter Perry, the blind pianist, has written a book for music lovers and tea