National Geographic : 1902 Jun
A NEW NOVEL MYRA OF THE PINES L3B1eVman 1. itele Author of " The Inn of the Silver Moon " and " The Last of the Knickerbockers." THIS is the story of an impecunious family who at the lowest ebb of their fortunes find refuge in a vast tract of uncultivated land. Myra and her charming and impractical parents lead a life there that has the fascination of a queer fairy tale. The charm of the circum stances, the winsome art of the narrator, the fascination of the charac ters, the touch of weirdness of the native pinelanders, the foreign distinction of the lover who so naturally yet surprisingly drops from the sky,- all these things give the story a fresh hold on the jaded novel reader, comparable to his childish experiences with fairy books. $1.50. Il, I 11_ I U DENSLOW'S MOTHER GOOSE | George Ade says: . I "It will give undiluted joy to anyone between the ages of two and one hun dred. It will relieve the feel S ing of vertigo caused by the romantic novel." The Rochester Herald says that "Mother Goose has never lived before. ' Den' has made her as though she had never been." $1.50. THE MADNESS OF PHILIP And Other Stories of Child Life Josephine Dodge Daskam "These tales of childhood, written for grown-ups, offer a fund of entertainment of the brightest and most amusing kind."-Brooklyn Life. Illustrated by F. Y. Cory Second Edition. $1.50. _ IIU THE HOUSE WITH THE GREEN SHUTTERS Op 0eorge Douglao "If a more powerful story than this has been written in recent years I have not seen it. " It must take first honors among the novels of the day. "The great success the book has met with is not to be wondered at. It is a great novel, unusual, strange, powerful, absolutely distinctive."-PhiladelphiaItem. Eighth Edition. $1.50. " . A A _ __ * Af A o 40th Thousand. - II IIMCCLUREPHILLIPS 8 Co.