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By OTHER AUTHORS
A capital tale of newspaper life in a big city, and of a
The late Bishop Clark's popular story of the boy who fell through the earth and came out in China, with a new introduction by Bishop Potter.
RAB AND HIS FRIENDS
Doctor Brown's little masterpiece is too well known to need description. The dog Rab is already known and loved by all.
THE SLEEPING BEAUTY: A MODERN VERSION. By MARTHA B. DUNN
This charming story of a little fishermaid of Maine, intellectually asleep until she meets the “Fairy Prince,” reminds us of “ Ouida" at her best.
Susanne is a story of a motherless little girl with a wonderful voice who is taken to the city to be educated by a rich aunt, but runs away from the city and returns home.
A CHILD'S DREAM OF A STAR
One of those beautiful, fanciful little allegories whicb Dickens alone knew how to write.
THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY
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