National Geographic : 1902 May
The Great Out of Doors Forest Neighbors An Island Cabin By W. D. Hulbert By Arthur Henry No student of wild life has set down The author and two companions, tired the comedies and tragedies of fur and of the bustle and care of city life, took feathers with more intimate truth delicacy, possession of an island within a hundred and humor than has Mr. Hulbert. miles of New York, where, Crusoe-like, Illustrated with drawings and photo- they worked things out for themselves. graphs. $1.50 net Now ready $1.50 Songs of Christopher Nature in his EDITED BY Sporting John Burroughs Jacket "The fitness of By John Wilson things is admirably (Christopher North) illustrated in this Limited edition. work . . . Not one Illustrated with eight of the number is more plates etched by A. admirable than those M. McLellan, and which have been too colored by hand. sparingly contributed Vignetted head- and by the author himself, tail-pieces in black The work is a beauti- and white. Intro ful souvenir and finely duction by William produced by the pub- Aspenwall Bradley. lisher." A popularization of - Los Angeles Times the edition de luxe. With portraitfront- Net $2.25 . Post ispiece, $.50o paid, $2.35 Next to the Ground Lovers oftheWoods By Martha McCulloch- Williams By W. H. Boardman Former President of the Adirondack League Club. A sweet and wholesome narrative of simple "It is different from any other work of its farm life. Besides the boy and girl around kind we have ever read. The author has ful whom the story centers there are characters filled his design in a way that cannot fail to of nature's own making: the farm animals, charm and instruct every reader who sub the fishes in the streams, the flowers of the scribes to the woodland faith." fields, even the winds and clouds. - Brooklyn Eagle. Now ready $r.2o net Second Edition $1.50 McClure,Phillips & Co.