STUDIES FOR STORIES. Comprising Five Stories, with an Illustration to each Story.In one vol.16mo.Price, $1.50.
"Simple in style, warm with human affection, and written in faultless English, these five stories are studies for the artist, sermons for the thoughtful, and a rare source of delight for all who can find pleasure in really good works of prose fiction. . . . They are prose poems, carefully meditated, and exquisitely touched in by a teacher ready to sympathize with every joy and sorrow."—Athenæeum.
STORIES TOLD TO A CHILD.Comprising Fourteen Stories, with an Illustration to each Story.In one vol.16mo.Price, $1.75.
A cheaper edition, with Five Illustrations.Price, $1.25.
"This is one of the most charming juvenile books ever laid on our table. It is beautifully printed and bound, and profusely illustrated. The stories are very interesting, and breathe a sweet, pure, happy Christian spirit. Jean Ingelow
, the noble English poet, second only to Mrs. Browning, bends easily and gracefully from the heights of thought and fine imagination to commune with the minds and hearts of children; to sympathize with their little joys and sorrows; to feel for their temptations. She is a safe guide for the little pilgrims; for her paths, though 'paths of pleasantness,' lead straight upward."—Grace Greenwood in
"The Little Pilgrim.
POOR MATT; or, The Clouded Intellect.With an Illustration.One vol.18mo.Price, 60 cents.
"A lovely story, told in most sweet and simple language. There is a deep spiritual significance in the character of the poor half-idiot boy, which should touch the hearts of 'children of a larger growth.'"—Grace Greenwood in "The Little Pilgrim."
A SISTER'S BYE-HOURS.Comprising Seven Stories.In one vol.16mo.Price, $1.25.
Mailed to any address, post-paid, on receipt of the price, by the Publishers.
ROBERTS BROTHERS, Boston.