Cassell's Little Folks Volume 70
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1909 edition. Excerpt: ...Climb," and it tells how some boys and girls crossed the world on an aeroplane, and what strange and exciting adventures they had. There will also be six splendid stories by Bessie Marchant, Murray Fisher, and other clever writers who are new to Little Folks, interesting articles on "Little Folks of Japan " and "The Story of the Ship," and a large number of pictures, including a beautiful coloured drawing of a dog by Muriel Hunt, who did the " Scotch Terrier " in the June number. You will all bo delighted with the pretty picture on the cover. I am delighted to find so many trying the new competitions. In the advertisement pages this month you will find the re-iult of the Wishing Competition, and full particulars of the Special Holiday Competition, which I hope every reader will try. For the next twelve months I am going to give as prizes each month two Onoto fountain pens like the one shown in the announcement of the Special Holiday Competition. This is the most useful of all fountain pens, because it can be cleaned and filled in a moment without being taken to pieces. One pen will be given as a Nature Club prize and the other as a prize for one of the Special Competitions. To my older readers I should like to say that this month's Cassell's Magazine is a specially good one. It contains another of the Baroness Orczy's wonderful series of stories and five other excellent short tales, besides most interesting articles on " The Folly of Growing Old," "Homes of the Future," "County Cricket Organising," "Krupp's: The Rise of the Great German Shipbuilding Firm," "The Future of Motoring: An Interview with the Hon C. S. Rolls," and so on. The August Quiver is...
- 189 x 246 x 12mm | 399g
- 13 Sep 2013
- United States
- black & white illustrations