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STANDARD CATALOG SERIES 



CHILDREN'S CATALOG 

OF > 

THIRTY-FIVE HUNDRED BOOKS 



A GUIDE TO THE BEST READING FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 

BASED ON FIFTY-FOUR SELECTED LIBRARY LISTS AND 
BULLETINS; ARRANGED UNDER AUTHOR, 
TITLE AND SUBJECT; WITH ANALYTICAL 
ENTRIES FOR 700 VOLUMES 



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COl^INNE B^^GON 



THE H. W. WILSON COMPANY 

WHITE PLAINS, N. Y., AND NEW YORK CITY 
1917 



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ASTOR, LENOX A^fD 
TILOE.N FOUNDATIONS. 






PREFACE 

This catalog comprises about 3,500 titles of books commonly found in the 
children's departments of public libraries. It is issued also in two other editions 
including approximately 1,000 and 2,000 titles respectively. 

Like the first edition, this new Catalog is based on carefully selected library 
lists of best books, in the belief that a selection based on the cumulated judgment 
of experienced librarians has a value beyond that of any single list based on the 
judgment of one person, however wise. The 1909 Catalog was based on 24 
selected lists. For the second edition of the Catalog, published 1916-1917, in 
addition to these, the A. L. A. Catalog Supplement of 191 1, the A. L. A. Booklist 
and some 28 other library bulletins and juvenile lists were clipped and mounted 
as a further basis of selection. Copies of all notes made on current juvenile books 
during the past year and a half have also been received from the New York State 
Library, as well as a number of valuable notes from the Cleveland Public Library. 

The editor has been fortunate in securing the advice and cooperation of Miss 
Agnes Cowing, of the Pratt Institute Free Library; Miss Alice I. Hazeltine, of 
the St. Louis Public Library; Miss Hatch, of the Cleveland Public Library, and 
of the staff of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. These collaborators, with the 
exception of Miss Hatch, have checked up the Catalog of 1909, and some 1,600 
additional titles (author entries and notes for which were sent in galley proof), 
suggesting omissions and additions, and giving advice as to which titles should 
be included in the three lists of 1,000, 2,000, and 3,500. Miss Hatch checked the 
titles in such a w^ay as to show (a) books in the Cleveland Public Library, (b) 
books no longer used there, (c) books which meet school demand only, (d) books 
previously used by reason of school demand and no longer useful, and (e) books 
which are in the adult collection but used with certain children. 

The final decision as to the inclusion or, .exiclujsjon' of any title has nect ,sarily 
been made by the editor in accordance with theiveight of evidence. Inasmuch as 
the selectio^i has been made in this .j;nH'3ri,er, vh^ei ■ cooperators should not be held 
individually responsible for the result.-, ,Nc/ tit.U'tp which any serious objection has 
been made has been included unless jtbere ha3'l>p€?n a strongly preponderating 
weight of evidence in its favor. : : ; "' :V ,',', i*,' 7 

The 3,500-title list includes a few books in French and German; also a few 
19 16 books published too late for inclusion in the 2,000-title list. 

The books are entered under author, title and subject, arranged in one alpha- 
bet, with connecting references. Authors' names have been entered in the form 
presumably most familiar to the child. The subject headings have been carefully 
compared with Miss Mann's "Subject Headings for Juvenile Catalogs," to which 
they in the main conform. The editor has, however, thought best to keep under 
United States — History, and its subheads, the material usually entered there in 
adult catalogs. 

Five hundred volumes were analyzed, some of them fully, others partially, for 
the Catalog of 1909. For the second edition, 212 volumes have been analyzed for 
the 1,000-title list, 447 volumes for the 2,000-title list and 700 volumes for the 
3,500-title list. A special attempt has been made to bring out Boy Scout material, 
material on how to make and do things and material on other topics for which 
frequent demands are made on children's librarians today. Comparatively little 
analytical work has been done on fairy tales, myths and legends, as these have 
been covered by Miss M. H. Eastman's "Index to Fairy Tales, Myths and Leg- 
ends," published by the Boston Book Company in 191 5. 

Dates have been given in most cases, except for fiction and mythology. The 
latest copyright date, when readily ascertainable, has been the one chosen. Pub- 
lishers and prices have also been added to the author entries and a list of pub- 
lishers, with addresses, appended. The prices are in most cases taken from the 



latest catalogs of the publishers and the 1916 Publishers' Trade List Annual. A 
few out of print books have been included and the fact that they are out of print 

noted. • 1 1 A i 

The numbers in parentheses after titles indicate approximately the grades_ tor 
which the books are suitable, and have been taken for the most part from various 
library lists. Two of the collaborators also made suggestions as to grading. 
When there has been considerable discrepancy in the grading, an average has been 
taken. The impossibilitv of accurate grading is fully recognized by the editor, 
and grades have been given only because of the practically unanimous demand for 
them by the children's librarians questioned on the subject. _ 

Most of the titles are annotated. The annotations are chiefly descriptive, 
occasionally evaluative and comparative, and have been taken in the main from 
the lists and bulletins used as a basis for selection. 

Notes will usually be found under the author entry only, but m editions of 
certain classics, such as the Arabian nights" entertainments, edited by F. J. Olcott, 
notes have been repeated under the name of the editor. 

Many editions of such classics as Andersen, Grimm, Arabian Nights' Enter- 
tainments, etc., have been given. 

Short lists are appended entitled: Aids to story-telling; Books about chil- 
dren's reading; Magazines for children. Books and magazines on these lists are 
not entered in the main alphabet. 

The St. Nicholas material included in the 1909 Catalog has been omitted, as 
the majority of children's librarians consulted prefer the material in separate form. 
A complete index to St. Nicholas, covering volume one to date, will be issued in 
the near future. 

Publishers have generously given for editorial use copies of juveniles, new 
and old, which after being entered in the Catalog, have been shelved in our Stand- 
ard library of books run, or to be run, in our Standard Catalog series. 

Thanks are due to the many children's librarians who answered the first 
questionnaires about the Children's Catalog, and to those who have since answered 
questions on special points connected with it. The editor also wishes to acknowl- 
edge here the excellent work of her assistants. Gladys M. Pardoe and Nanon B. 
Cole, who assembled materialj typed copy and verified prices; and Henrietta M. 
Blasl, to whom much credit'-iS'^^.due'ift'f the careful editorial reading of galley and 
page proofs. ,.-.'■,• ..; ".> ; 

The Catalog will, it is hoped, prcVe iis^ftil as an aid in the selection of the 
best books for boys and girls, to pJ-reiit-s^ teachers, and booksellers, as well as to 
children's librarians. The inclnsdoii o,f prices^ ;and publishers will make it valuable 
as a buying list. Teachers will alsQ'fijndi il 'Useful in looking up information not 
contained in the ordinary text-books. 

It is hoped by the publishers that all librarians who are kept busy in trying to 
answer children's questions, or to look up material on school subjects for teachers, 
will find this Catalog an indispensable help, because of the amount of analytical 
work that has been done, bringing out under author, title or subject heading parts 
of books that are of special value. For example, 27 analytical entries have been 
made for Beard's American Boy's Handy-book, 36 for the American Girl's Handy- 
book, 134 for Bellamy and Goodwin's Open Sesame, and 398 for Norton's Heart 
of Oak Books. 

It has seemed wise to analyze many books widely approved by children's libra- 
rians in this thoro manner, because of a growing belief that the printed page is 
not only more economical, but is more easily used than the card catalog. 

The New Jersey Public Library Commission has placed in the hands of New 
Jersey teachers and librarians, under the title One thousand good books for 
children, a New Jersey edition of the Children's Catalog, with a special preface. 

C B. 
April, ipi/ 



Contents 



Key to Authorities for Notes • • - - vii 
Catalogs, Booklists and Bulletins Used as a Basis of Selection viii 

Author, Title and Subject Entries . . . . i 

Books About Children's Reading .... 515 

Aids to Story-Telling 515 

Magazines for Children ..... 515 

List of Books Analyzed . . . - . 517 

Directory of Publishers ..... 526 



Key to Authorities for Notes 



A. L. A. — A. L. A. catalog, 1904 

A. L. A. bkl.— A. L. A. booklist 

A. L. A. sup. — A. L. A. supplement, 1904-1911 

Am. L. E. — Harron, J. S., Bacon, C, and 
Dana, J. C. Course of study for normal 
school pupils on literature for children. 
(Amer. lib. econ. ser.) 

Arnold. — Arnold, G. W. Mother's list of 
books for the children 

Baker. — Baker, F. T. Bibliography of chil- 
dren's reading; reprinted from Teachers 
college record, Jan. 1908-March 1908 

Baker, E. A. — Baker, E. A. Descriptive guide 
to the best fiction 

Bk. rev. digest. — Book review digest 

Boy scouts. — Boy scouts official library 

Brooklyn. — Brooklyn public library. Books 
for boys and girls 

Buffalo. — Buffalo public library. Class-room 
libraries for public schools 

Cincinnati. — Cincinnati public library. Read- 
ing list for boys and girls in grades i to 8. 
1908 

Cleveland. — Cleveland public library. Open 
shelf 

— Same. Seventy-five books of adventure. 

Dayton. — Dayton public library. Library 
manual. 2d ed 1907; 3d ed 1912 

Eaton. — Fay, L. E., and Eaton, A. T. Instruc- 
tion in the use of books and libraries 

Educ. r. — Educational review 

Hardy. — Hardy, G. E. Five hundred books 
for the young 

Herbert. — Herbert, C. W. Children's books 
for Sunday-school libraries. 1912 

Hewins. — Hewins, C. M. Books for boys and 
girls. 2d ed 1904; 3d ed 1915 

Indiana. — Hassler, H. E. Graded list of 
stories for reading aloud. 1908 Indiana 
public library commission 

Jordan. — Jordan, A. M. One thousand good 
books for children ; classified and graded list 
prepared by National congress of mothers 
literature committee. Revised 1914. (U. S. 
Bureau of education, Home education cir- 
cular no. I, whole no. 634) 

Lowe. — Lowe, Orton. Literature for children 

I A. H. — Literature of American history; ed. 
oy J. N. Earned 

Minn. — Minnesota school library list : books 
for elementary and rural schools; comp. 
by Martha Wilson. 1912 

Nation.— Nation, N. Y. 



N. Y. city. — New York (city). Dept. of edu- 
cation. Catalogue of books for public 
school libraries. 1907 

N. Y. state lib. — New York state library. 
Best books 

Olcott. — Olcott, C. R. Children's reading 

— Same. Selected class-room libraries. 1911 

Oregon. — Oregon library commission. Books 
for children. 1911 (Subject list no. 4) 

^Same. List of books for school libraries of 
the state of Oregon: pt. i, Books for elemen- 
tary schools and for country districts. 1907 

Outlook.— Outlook, N. Y. 

Phil. — Philadelphia free library. Contribution 
to the classification of works of prose fic- 
tion, 1904 

Pittsburgh. — Pittsburgh. Carnegie library 

Power. — Power, E. L. Selected list of chil- 
dren's books for school libraries of Michi- 
gan. 1909 

Pratt. — Pratt institute free library and East 
Orange, N. J., free public library. "What 
shall we read now? 2d ed rev 1913 

Prentice and Power. — Prentice, M. H., and 
Power, E. L. A children's library. 2d ed 
rev 1914 

St. Louis. — St. Louis public library. Books 
to buy for children. 1912 

— Same. Monthly bulletin 

Sargent. — Sargent. Reading for the young 

Scott. — Scott, C. E. Popular books for boys 
and girls. 191 1 

Stanley. — Stanley, H. H. Five hundred and 
fifty children's books. 1910 

Sturgis and Krehbiel. — Sturgis and Krehbiel. 
Annotated bibliography of fine art 

Unit. — American Unitarian association. Cata- 
log of books for Sunday-school and other 
libraries ; annual lists 

Utica. — Utica public library. Books for home 
reading. 3d ed 1906; 4th ed 1913 

Washington. — Washington, D. C, public li- 
brary. Graded and annotated catalog of 
books for use in the schools. 1914 

Wis. — Gary, C. P. List of books for town- 
ship libraries in the state of Wisconsin. 
I 906- I 907 

Wis. bul. — Wisconsin library bulletin 
,Wis. free lib. com. — \Visconsin free library- 
commission. Suggestive list of books for 
a small library ; recommended by the state 
library commissions of Minnesota, Wiscon- 
sin, Iowa, Nebraska, Idaho, and Delaware. 
January 1902. Supplement to the Sugges- 
tive list of books, Jan. 1902-June 1903 



Catalogs, Booklists and Bulletins Used As a Basis of Selection 

This is not a complete list of sources, but includes only material clipped and mounted on the 
cards used in compiling the 1909 and 1916 editions of the Children's Catalog. Many other lists 
have been consulted, including new editions of those issued by Library commissions, and such re- 
cent lists as ••Illustrated editions of children's books," Carnegie library of Pittsburgh, 1915, and 
"Books to grow on," Buffalo public library, 1916. 



A. L. A. booklist, 1905-May 1916, inclusive 

A. L. A. catalog, 1904 

A. L. A. supplement, 1904-11 

Arnold, G. \V. Mother's list o£ books for the 

children. 1909 McClurg 
Bacon, Corinne. Books for Christmas for the 

children. 1914 Wilson, H. W. 
Baker, F. T. Bibliography of children's read- 
ing; reprinted from Teachers college record, 

Jan. 1508-March 1908 
Boston pubUc library. Bulletin. Alay 1915- 

May 1916 
Boy scouts. Boy scouts official library 
Brookli'n public library. Books for boys and 

girls. 1906 
— Same. 191 1 
— Same. Typed lists of titles added to March 

1914 

The 1916 edition was used for reference, but 

not clipped and mounted 
Brown, Zaidee, and Webster, C. F. Buying 

list of books for small libraries. 1912 A. 

L. A. pub. board 
Buffalo public library. Class room libraries 

for public schools. 1902 
— Same. 1909 

Car}^, C. P. List of books for township libra- 
ries in the state of Wisconsin. 1906-1907 

Democrat printing co., Madison, Wis. 
Cincinnati public library. Reading list for 

boys and girls in grades i to 8. 1908 
Cleveland public library. Open shelf. 1912- 

March 1916 
Cleveland public library. Seventy-five books 

of adventure. 1913 
DaAton public library-. Library manual. 2d ed 

1907 
—Same. 3d ed 1912 
Detroit public library. Children's catalog. 

1908 
Fay, L. E., and Eaton, A. T. Instruction in 

the use of books and libraries. 191 5 Boston 

bk. CO. 
Harron, J. S., Bacon, C, and Dana, J. C. 

Course of study for normal school pupils 

on literature for children. (Amer. lib. econ. 

ser.) 1912 Wilson, H. W. 
Hassler, H. E. Graded list of stories for 

reading aloud. 1908 Indiana public library 

commission 
Herbert, C. W. Children's books for Sun- 
day-school libraries. 1912 Wilson, H. W. 
Hewins, C. M. Books for boys and girls. 

2d ed 1904 (A. L. A. annotated lists) 
— Same. 3d ed 1915 



Humble, Marion. Children's books for first 
purchase. 1915 Wisconsin free librari* 
commission 

Jordan, A. M. One thousand good books for 
children; classified and graded list prepared 
by National congress of mothers literature 
committee. Revised 1914. (U. S. Bureau 
of education. Home education circular no. 
I, whole no. 634) 

Kennedy, H. T. Suggestive list of child- 
dren's books for a small library; recom- 
mended by the League of library commis- 
sions. 1910 Democrat printing co., Madison, 
Wis. 

Lowe, Orton. Literature for children. 1914 
Macmillan 

Minnesota school library list : books for 
elementary and rural schools ; comp. by 
Martha Wilson. 1912 Minnesota dept. of 
education 

Aloore, Annie Carroll. Lists of books recom- 
mended for a children's library; comp. for 
the Iowa library commission 

Moses, M. J. Children's books and reading. 
1907 Kennerley 

New York (city). Dept. of education. Cata- 
logue of books for public school libraries. 
1907 

New York (state). Education dept. An- 
notated, graded, classified and priced list of 
books for elementary school libraries. 1912 
(Bulletin no. 515) 

New York public libran,^ Old favorites and 
recent books for boys and girls. 1912 

New York state library. Best books of 1898- 
1914, inclusive 

Newark free public library. Books for boys 
and girls. 1906 

—Same. 1912 

Olcott, C. R. Children's reading. 1912 
Houghton 

Olcott, C. R. Selected class-room libraries ; a 
list of 200 good books for children. 191 1 
New York state teachers' association 

Oregon library commission. Books for chil- 
dren. 191 1 (Subject list no. 4) 

Oregon library commission. List of books 
for school libraries of the state of Oregon : 
pt. I, Books for elementary schools and for 
country districts. 1907 

Pittsburgh. Carnegie library. Annotated 
catalogue of books used in the home libra- 
ries and reading clubs conducted by *he 
children's department. 1905 



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Pittsburgh. Carnegie library. Catalogue of 
books annotated and arranged for the use 
of the first eight grades in the Pittsburgh 
schools. 1907 

Pittsburgh. Carnegie library. Catalogue of 
books in the children's department. 1909 

Pittsburgh. Carnegie librarj^ Monthly bul- 
letin. 1912-May 1916 

Power, E. L. Selected list of children's 
books for school libraries of Michigan. 
1909 State superintendent of public instruc- 
tion, Michigan 

SaiTie as Power's "First selection of 500 chil- 
dren's bool<s for a library;" pub. by the Michi- 
gan state library 

Pra'ct institute free library and East Orange, 
N. J., free public library. What shall we 
read now? (Graded lists 1-8) 2d ed rev 

1913 

Prentice, AI. H., and Power, E. L. A chil- 
dren's library ; selected in behalf of the 
Cleveland normal school. 2d ed rev 1904 

-Providence public library. A child's library. 

, 1911 

:St. Louis public library. Books to buy for 

'. children. 1912 



St. Louis public library. Monthly bulletin. 
1915-May 1916 

Scott, C. E. Popular books for boys and 
girls. 191 1 Indiana public library commis- 
sion 

Stanley, H. H. Five hundred and fifty chil- 
dren's books ; a purchase list for public 
libraries. 1910 A. L. A. pub. board 

Utica public library. Books for home read- 
ing. 3d ed 1906 

— Same. 4th ed 1913 

Washington, D. C, public library. Graded 
and annotated catalog of books for use in 
the schools. 1914 

Wisconsin free library commission. Sugges- 
tive list of books for a small library ; 
recommended by the state library commis- 
sions of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Ne- 
braska, Idaho, and Delaware. January 1902 

Wisconsin free library commission. Supple- 
ment to the Suggestive list of books. January 
1902-June 1913 

Wisconsin library bulletin. Book selection 
department. 1913-May 1916 



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Children's Catalog of 3500 Books 



Author, Title and Subject Entries 



A B C of old friends. See Crane, W., il. 

Song of sixpence picture book 
A B C of woodworking. Wheeler, C: G. 
A-hunting of the deer. Warner, C: D. 

Aanrud, Hans 

Lisbeth Longfrock; tr. from the Norwe- 
gian by L. E. Poulsson. Ginn *50c; 
school ed *40c (4-5) 

"Gives the best picture we have of Norwegian 
farm life." A. L. A. bkl. 

Aaron in the wildwoods. Harris, J. C. 
Ab the cave man. Waterloo, S. 
Abandoned claim. Longhead, F. H. 
Abbie Ann. ^Martin, G: M. 
Abbot, Alice Balch 

Frigate's namesake. Century $1 (5-6) 
"Story of a 12-year old girl who loves the 
United States navy and everything connected 
with its history." Hewins 

Abbot, Willis John 

Battle-fields and camp fires. 1890 Dodd 
$2 (6-8) 

Second Bull Run, Antietam, Corinth, Fred- 
ericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg and 

Vicksburg 

Battle-fields and victory. 1891 Dodd $2 
(6-8) 

"Third period of the military history of the civil 
war from the accession of Gen. Grant to the com- 
mand of the Union armies until the close of the 
war." Pittsburgh 

Battle-fields of '61. 1889 Dodd $2 (6-8) 

"First period of the civil war to the end of the 
Peninsular campaign in 1862." N. Y. city 
Blue jackets of '98; a history of the 
Spanish-American war. 1899 Dodd $1.50 
(6-8) 
Naval history of the United States, new 
ed 1896 Dodd $3.75 (6-8) 

"Begins with a chapter on the buccaneers and 
pirates, such as Morgan, Blackbeard and Capt. 
Kidd. Then follow the expedition of Sir Wil- 
liam Phipps and the wars of 1776, 1812, 1861, 
and 1898. Many anecdotes." Pittsburgh 
Story of our armj^ for young Americans, 
new ed 1916 Dodd *$2 (7-8) 

"Gives a detailed, rather interesting historical 
account of our important wars from the revolu- 
tion to the present day, and points out the 'need 
of both an army and navy thoroughly adequate 
to national defence.' Illustrated with many good 
reproductions from old prints and photographs." 
A. L. A. bkl. 

Additional material has been incorporated in 
this new edition, bringing it up to date 
Story of our navy for young Americans, 
new ed 1916 Dodd *$2 (7-8) 

"Crisp, vivid narrative of the development of 
the United States navy from colonial times, giv- 
ing the stories of all the famous sea fights from 
Paul Jones' to Sampson's, and all the traditional 
heroic speeches, including reproductions of Mo- 
ran's paintings." A. L. A. sup. 

Additional material has been incorporated in 
this new edition, bringing it up to date 



Abbott, J. H. M. 

South seas (Melanesia). (Peeps at many 
lands) 1908 Macmillan *60c (5-7) 

Abbott, Jacob 

Boy on a farm. Am. bk. *45c (3-4) 

"Edited by Clifton Johnson from 'Rollo at 
work' and 'Rollo at play.' " Prentice and Power 

Franconia stories. lOv Harper ea 60c 
(4) 

Contents: Agnes; Beechnut; Caroline; Ellen 
Linn; Malleville; Mary Bell; Mary Erskine; Ro- 
dolphus; Stuyvesant; Wallace 

History of Alexander the Great. Harper 
50c (6-8) 

History of Charles the First of England. 
Harper 50c (6-8) 

History of Charles the Second of Eng- 
land. Harper 50c (6-8) 

"Eight of the 12 chapters deal with the dan- 
gers, privations and exile of his early life." Pitts- 
burgh 

History of Cleopatra. Harper 50c (6-8) 
History of Cyrus the Great. Flarper 50c 

(6-8) 
History of Genghis Khan. Harper 50c 

(6-8) 

"Romantic history of Genghis Khan (or Jen- 
ghiz Khan), the great Mongol conqueror." Pitts- 
burgh 
History of Hannibal the Carthaginian. 

Harper 50c (6-8) 
History of Julius Caesar. Harper 50c 

(6-8) 
History of King Alfred of England. 

Harper 50c (6-8) 
History of Margaret of Anjou, queen of 

Henry VI of England. Harper 50c 

(6-8) 
History of Mary, queen of Scots. Har- 
per 50c (7-8) 
History of Nero. Harper 50c (6-8) 
History of Peter the Great. Harper 50c 

(6-8) 
History of Queen Elizabeth. Harper 50c 

(6-8)' 
History of Richard the First of England. 

Harper 50c (6-8) 

"His early life, adventures of the third crusade, 
his capture and imprisonment and the siege of 
Chaluz." Pittsburgh 
History of Richard the Second of Eng- 
land. Harper 50c (6-8) 
History of Richard the Third of England. 

Harper 50'C (6-8) 
History of Romulus. Harper 50c (6-8) 
History of William the Conqueror. Har- 
per 50c (6-8) 
History of Xerxes the Great. Harper 
50c (6-8) 



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Abbott, John. Stevens Cabot 

Christopher Carson, known as Kit Car- 
son. Dodd $1.25 (6-8) 

"Hunting exploits and wild adventurous life 
in the far West." Oregon 
Daniel Boone, pioneer of Kentucky. 

Dodd $1.25 (6-8) 
David Crockett. Dodd $1.25 (6-8) 

"Rough frontier life, hunting adventures, and 
Indian vi'arfare." Pittsburgh 
Ferdinand De Soto. Dodd $1.25 (6-8) 
History of Henry the Fourth, king of 
France and Navarre. Harper 50c (6-8) 
"Tells of religious wars which desolated the 
i6th century." Pittsburgh 
History of Hernando Cortez. Harper 
50c (6-8) 

"Adventures of the Spaniards in their quest 

for gold among the Aztecs." Pittsburgh 

History of Hortense, queen of Holland, 

mother of Napoleon III. Harper 50c 

(6-8) 

History of Josephine. Harper 50c (6-8) 

History of King Philip. Harper 50c (6-8) 

"Covers the period from the landing of the 
Pilgrims to King Philip's death in 1678. Largely 
an account of Indian wars." Pittsburgh 

History of Maria Antoinette. Harper 

50c (6-8) 
Miles Standish. Dodd $1.25 (6-8) 

"History of the Pilgrims and the Plymouth 
colony to the time of Standish's death, 1656." 
N. Y. city 
Peter Stuyvesant. Dodd $1.25 (6-8) 
Abou Ben Adhem. See Hunt, Leigh. 
About animals. Carter, M. H., ed. 
About Harriet. Hunt, C. W. 
About old story-tellers. JNIitchell, D. G. 
Abraham 

Price, L. L. Abraham and Isaac 
In Wandering heroes, pl-17 (3-5) 
Abraham Davenport. Whittier, J: G. 

/;/ World's story, vl3, p61-3 
Absurd ABC. See Crane, W., il. Mother 

Hubbard, her picture book 
Abyssinia 

Carpenter,' F. G: Roof of Africa — Abys- 
sinia 
In Africa, pl22-31 (6-7) 

Acadia 

Gordy, W\ F. Removal of the Acadians 

In Colonial days, p215-21 (5-7) 
Howitt, M. Acadian exiles 

In Johonnot's Stories of our country, 
p66-72 (4-6) 
Wright, H. C.^ Story of Acadia 

In Children's stories in American his- 
tory, p331-6 (5-7) 

Accidents. See First aid in illness and in- 
jury; Life-saving; Occupations, Dan- 
gerous 

Accommodating circumstance. Stockton, 
F. R: 
In Clocks of Rondaine, pl08-28 

Queen's museum, pl98-219 (4-6) 

According to season. Parsons, F. T. S. D. 

Achilles 

Gale, A. C. Achilles and Hector (4-5) 
Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. 
In Famous men of Greece, p79-89 
(5-7) 



Hall, J. Achilles and the war 
In Four old Greeks, p20-71 (4-6) 
Achilles and Hector. Gale, A. C. 

Acorns 

Andrews, J. How Quercus Alba went to 
explore the under-world: what came 
of it 
In Stories INIother Nature told her 
children, p78-92 (3-5) 
Story of an acorn 

In Boston collection of kindergarten 
stories, pl09-ll (2-3) 
Acrobats 

Johnston, W: A. Circus acrobat 

In Deeds of doing and daring, pl03-14 
(6-8) 
Moffett, C. Aerial acrobat 
In Careers of danger and daring, p255- 
92 (7-8) 

Across the campus. Fuller, C. M. 

Actors and acting 

Stevenson, B. E. The stage 
In Guide to biography for young read- 
ers; American — men of mind, 
pl57-85 (7-8) 
See also Minstrel shows; Plays; Tab- 
leaux; Theatres, Miniature; Waxworks; 
also Booth, Edwin 

Adams, Abigail 

Hart, A. B., and Chapman, A. B., eds. 
In How our grandfathers lived, pl-13, 
224-8 (6-8) 

Adams, Andy 

Wells brothers; the young cattle kings. 
Houghton *$1.20; Grosset (Every boy's 
lib.) *50c (7-8) 

"How two boys became ranchmen in Kansas 
twenty-five years ago." Utica 

Adams, Cyrus Cornelius 

Text-book of commercial geography. 
1911 Appleton *$1.30 (7-8) 

Adams, Helen Mortimer 

When mother lets us model. 1916 jNIof- 
fat *75c 

"Practical suggestions for working with clay, 
written less patronizingly than some of the other 
books in this series. Many helpful illustrations 
and direct instructions." Wis. bul. 

Adams, John 

Brooks, E. S. In the home of two presi- 
dents 
/" Centurv book of famous Americans, 
pi 7-30 (4-6) 
Brooks, E. S. Story of John Adams, of 
Braintree 
In Historic Americans, p86-99 (8) 
Morris, C: John Adams, the leader of the 
Boston patriots 
//; Heroes of progress in America, 
p85-90 (7-8) 

Adams, John Duncan 

When mother let us carpenter. 1916 
Mofifat *75c 

"Gives briefly information about materials, 
tcols, staining and finishing; then gives directions 
for making simple articles which require the use 
of _ little more than a hammer, saw, and sharp i 
knife, beginning with a swing board and endin? 
with a birdhouse. For younger children that! 
Verrill's 'Amateur carpenter.' " A. L. A. bkl. 



CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



Adams, John Quincy 

Brooks, E. b. In the home of two presi- 
dents 
In Century book of famous Americans, 
pi 7-32 (4-5) 
Brooks, E. S. Story of John Quincy 
Adams 
In Historic Americans, p202-17 (8) 
Lodge, H: C. John Quincy Adams and 
the right of petition 
In Lodge and Roosevelt's Hero tales 
from American history, pl49-59 
(7-8) 
Mowry, W : A: and A. AL John Quincy 
Adams and the gag law 
In American heroes and heroism, p214- 
18 (5-7) 

Adams, Joseph Henry 

Harper's electricity book for boys. 1907 
Harper $1.75 (6-8) 

"Clear directions for manufacturing every-day 
electrical appliances with homemade apparatus at 
small cost. Illustrated by drawings." N. Y. 
state lib. 

"For younger boys than Jenks' 'Electricity for 
young people.' " Wis. free lib. com. 
Harper's indoor book for boys. 1908 
Harper $1.75 (5-8) 

"Carpentry and wood-carving, metal-work and 
wire-work, relief-etching and clay modelling, book- 
binding, printing, etc." A. L. A. bkl. 
Harper's machinery book for boys. 1909 
Harper $1.75 (6-8) 

"A working handbook for older boys. Clear 
and easily followed explanations of mechanical 
principles, uses of power, machines of various 
types, tools and processes. Good diagrams and 
a dictionary of mechanical terms." N. Y. state 
lib. 
Harper's outdoor book for boys. 1907 
Harper $1.75 (5-8) 

"Simple, practical directions and working dia- 
grams for making things that are worth making 
and not beyond the powers of an energetic boy 
with a mechanical turn of mind." A. L. A. bkl. 

Adams, Morley 

Toy making at home. 1915 Stokes *50c 

"Suggestive in the use of match boxes, clothes 
pins, incandescent mantel cases, and other 'odds 
and ends.' Directions simple; many diagrams. 
Poorly bound." Wis. bul. 

Adams, Oscar Fay 

Dear old story-tellers. 1911 Lothrop $1 
(6-8) 

Adams, Samuel 

Brooks, E. S. Story of Samuel Adams, 
of Boston 
In Historic Americans, p60-72 (8) 
Coe, F. E. Samuel Adams, "the brain of 
the revolution" 
In ]\Iakers of the nation, pl9-29 (4-6) 
Foote, A. E., and Skinner, A. W. 
In Makers and defenders of America, 
p20-30 (4-8) 
Gordy, W. F. Samuel Adams and the 
Boston tea party 
In American leaders and heroes, pl56- 
63 (5-6) 
Morris, C: Samuel Adams, the father of 
American liberty 
In Heroes of progress in America, p5l-5 
(7-8) 

JAddams, Jane 

Wade. M. H. B. Magician of friendship 
In "Wonder-workers, pl21-47 (6-8) 






Addison, Joseph 

Burthens of mankind; Miseries of man- 
kind 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v8, p41-7 (8) 

Adelborg, Ottilia 

Clean Peter and the children of Grubby- 
lea. Longmans $1.25 (1-2) 

Rimes and comic pictures 

Adeney, Walter Frederic. See Bennett, 
W: H:, jt. ed. 

Admirals. See Bainbridge, William; Blake, 
Robert; Dewey, George; Drake, Sir 
Francis; Farragut, David Glasgow; 
Mahan, Alfred Thayer; Nelson, Horatio 

Admiral's caravan. Carryl, C: E: 

Adobe 

Kellogg, S. W. Adobe and its uses 
In Lane's Industries of today, p98-104 
Our country: West, p 189-92 (4-6) 

Adonais. Shelley, P. B. 

/h Bellamj'- and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, v3, p51-2 
Adopting of Rosa Marie. Rankin, C. W. 
Adrift in the Arctic ice pack. Kane, E. K. 
Adrift on an ice-pan. Grenfell, W. T. 

Adventure 

Adventures and achievements 

/;;. Children's hour, v8 (2-8) 
Adventures of Uncle Sam's sailors. 1907 

(5-8) 
Adventures of Uncle Sam's soldiers. 1907 

(5-8) 
Bartlett, F: O. Forest castaways (6-8) 
Baylor, F. C. Juan and Juanita (4-6) 
Brooks, N. Boy emigrants (6-7) 
Bullen, F. T: Frank Brown, sea appren- 
tice (7-8) 
Claudv, C. H: Partners of the forest 

trail (6-8) 
Davis, R: H. Reporter who made him- 
self king 
In Stories for boys, pl-87 
Grinnell, G: B. Jack among the Indians 

(6-7) 
Grinnell, G: B. Jack in the Rockies 

(6-7) 
Grinnell, G: B. Jack, the young ranch- 
man (6-7) 
Hale, E: E., ed. Stories of adventure. 

1905 (6-8) 
Hall, R. In the brave days of old (6-7) 
Harrison, H. Lad of Kent (8) 
Ingersoll. E. Ice queen (5-7) 
Kingsley, C: Westward ho! (8) 
Kneeland, C. A. Smuggler's island (6-7) 
Matthew^s. B. Tom Paulding (6-7) 
Munroe, K. Campmates (5-7) 
Munroe, K. Canoemates (5-7) 
Munroe, K. Raftmates (5-7) 
Munroe, K. Walluka (5-6) 
Murai. G. Kibun Daizin (6-7) 
Out-of-door book 

In Children's hour, v7 (2-8) 
Pyle, H. Storv of Jack Ballister's for- 
tunes (7-8) 
Stevenson, R. L: B. Black arrow (7-8) 
Stevenson, R. L: B. David Balfour (8) 



CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



Adventure — Continued 

Stevenson, R. L: B. Kidnapped (7-8) 
Stevenson, R. L: B. Treasure island 

(6-8) 
Stoddard, W: O. Little Smoke (b-7) 
Stoddard, W: O. Two Arrows (5-7) 
Stoddard, W: O. White cave (6-7)_ 
Wallace, D. Fur trade adventurers (7-8) 
Wallace, D. Wilderness castaways (6-8) 
W^hite, S. E: Gold (8) 
Wyss, J. R. Swiss familv Robinson 

(5-7) 
Young, E. Adventures among hunters 
and trappers. 1912 

See also Discoveries (in geography); 
Escapes; Explorers; Heroes; Hunting; 
Indians; Pirates; Sea stories; Ship- 
Avrecks; Sports; Travels; Treasures; 
Voyages; West; Whales and whaling 
Adventure in Thule. See Black, W: Four 

]\Iacnicols 
Adventures among hunters and trappers. 

Young, E. 
Adventures and achievements. See Chil- 
dren's hour, v8 
Adventures of a brownie. Craik, D. ]\I. M. 
Adventures of a marionette. See Loren- 

zini, C. Pinocchio 
Adventures of Akbar. Steel, F. A. W. 
Adventures of Billy Topsail. Duncan, N. 
Adventures of a Buster Bear. Burgess, T. W. 
Adventures of Chatterer the red squirrel. 

Burgess, T. W. 
Adventures of Danny ]\Ieadow Mouse. Bur- 
gess, T. W. 
Adventures of Grandfather Frog. Burgess, 

T. W. 
Adventures of Grillo. Candeze, E. 
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Clem- 
ens, S: L. 
Adventures of Jerrv IMuskrat. Burgess, 

T. ^^^ 

Adventures of Joel Pepper. Sidney, M. 
Adventures of Johnny Chuck. Burgess, 

T. W. 
Adventures of Mr. JMocker. Burgess, T. W. 
Adventures of Odysseus. Homer 

Adventures of Old ]\Ian Coyote. Burgess, 
T. W. 

Adventures of old Mr. Toad. Burgess, 
T. W. 

Adventures of Peter Cottontail. Burgess, 
T. W. 

Adventures of Pricklv Porky. Burgess, 
T. W. 

Adventures of Reddy Fox. Burgess, T. W. 

Adventures of Sammy Jay. Burgess, T. W. 

Adventures of Torqua. Holder, C: F: 

Adventures of Ulysses. Lamb, C: 

Adventures of Unc' Billy Possum. Bur- 
gess, T. W\ 

Adventures of Uncle Sam's sailors. 1907 
Harper 60c (5-8) 

Partly fiction. Includes Arctic stories by Com- 
modore Peary 

Adventures of Uncle Sam's soldiers. 1907 
Harper 60c (5-8) 
"Adventures having to do with frontier posts 



and hostile Indians, in which women and children 
have a part as well as soldiers. Five of the 13 
stories are written by army officers, some founded 
on actual occurrence, others being pure fiction." 
A. L. A. bkl. 

.Sneas 

Brooks, E: Story of the Aeneid. 1899 

(6-8) 
Bulfinch, T: Adventures of ^-Eneas 

Iiv Age of fable (7-8) 
Church, A. J: Adventures of .^neas 

In Stories of the old world, p247-354 

(5-7) 
Church, A. J: Stories from Virgil. 1903 
(7-8) 

.ffineid. Virgil 

Aerial navigation. See Aeroplanes; Air- 
ships; Balloons; Hydroaeroplanes 

Aeroplanes 

Collins, F. A. Bovs' book of model aero- 
planes. 1910 (6-8) 
Collins, F. A. Second boys' book of 

model aeroplanes. 1911 (6-8) 
Foster, E. W. ]Model aeroplane; Mono- 
plane 
In Carpentry and woodwork, p68-83 
(6-8) 
Hall, A. N. Handy boy model aero- 
planes 
In Handy boy, p265-95 (6-8) 
Hall, A. N. Home-made model aero- 
plane 
/;; Home-made toys for girls and boys, 
p21-32 (5-8) 
Hall, A. N. Model aeroplanes 
In Handicraft for handy boys, p297-336 
(6-8) 
Hodgson, F: T. Aeroplanes 
In Mechanics indoors and out, pl58-84 
(6-8) 
Hubbard, T: O., and Turner, C. C. Boys' 

book of aeroplanes. 1913 (7-8) 
Johnson, V. E: ^lechanical bird of the 
air 
In Alodern inventions, p69-102 (8) 
Kelland, C. B., ed. How to build a good 
model aeroplane; Two verj^ simple 
model aeroplanes 
/;; American bovs' workshop, p93-103 
(6-8) 
]\Iaule, H. E: Aeroplane; Aeroplane de- 
velopment; Aeroplanes to-day 
In Boy's book of new inventions, p3- 
128 (6-8) 
Miller, C: M. 

In Kitecraft and kite tournaments, 
pl03-26 
W^illiams, A. Self-launching model aero- 
plane 
In How to make things, p296-310 (7-8) 
Wright, O. and W. ^^'right brothers' 
aeroplane 
In Barstow's Progress of a united peo- 
ple, pl25-34 (4-8) 
See also Airships; Balloons; Hydro- 
aeroplanes; also Wright, Orville; 
Wright. Wilbur 

.ffisop 

Babv's own --Esop; il. bj^ Walter Crane 
W^arne *S1.50 (1-3) 
The fables condensed in rime 



CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



^sop — Continued 

Book of fables, chiefly from Aesop, 

chosen and phrased by H. E. Scudder. 

Houghton *50c (1-2) 
Fables; ed. by J. H. Stickney; il. by 

Charles Livingston Bull. Ginn *40c 

(2-3) 

"In addition to over 140 of the fables of Aesop 
there are a number of fables by the great Rus- 
sian fabulist Kriloff. Appendix contains twenty- 
eight of the shorter versions,- familiar to adult 
readers, of the fables in the earlier part of the 
volume." Publisher 

Fables; il. by E. J. Detmold. Doran *$2 

(3-5) 

"Contains 23 colored plates." Pittsburgh 

Fables; new tr. by V. S. V. Jones. Doub- 
leday *$2 (3-5) 

"Thoroughly satisfactory edition as to text, type, 
paper and binding. Illustrated by Arthur Rack- 
ham with 13 delightful, grotesque, colored plates 
and many black and white drawings." N. Y. state 
lib. 

Fables; retold by Lena Dalkeith. (Told 
to the children ser.) Button *50c (3-4) 
"Attractive illustrat'ed edition." Washington 

Fables; retold by Mary Godolphin in 
words of one syllable. Button 50c; 
McKay 50c (2-3) 

Fables; selected, told anew, and their his- 
tory traced by Joseph Jacobs. Mac- 
millan *$1.50 (3-5) 

Hundred fables; il. by P. J. Billinghurst. 
Lane *$1.50 (3-5) 

Lion and the mouse; Hare and the tor- 
toise; North wind and the sun; Fox and 
the grapes; Ant and the dove; Bog and 
his shadow; Lark and her young ones 
In Boston collection of kindergarten 
stories, p31, 57-9, 74-5, 175-9 (2-3) 

Stories old and new: fables from ^sop 
In Children's hour, vl, p495-503 (2-8) 
Biography 

Adams, O. F. 

In Bear old story-tellers, p39-54 (6-8) 

Baldwin, J. Clever slave 

In Fifty famous people, pl21-3 (1-3) 
Aflfliction; poem. Herbert, G: 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p330-l 

Afghanistan 

IMale, A. Hill of bones 
In World's storj^ v2, p275-82 

Afloat in the forest. Reid, M. 

Africa 

Northern Africa; Western and central 
Africa; South Africa 
In World's story, v3, p265-484 

See also Algeria; Bwarfs; Egypt; 
Morocco; Nile river; Nile valley; Tunis 
DescHption and travel 
Badlam, A. B. Views in Africa. 1906 

(6-7) 
Carpenter, F. G: Africa. 1905 (5-8) 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: Africa. 
1914 (5-7) 
/ Du Chaillu, P. B. Country of the dwarfs. 
; 1899 (5-7) 

Du Chaillu, P. B. In African forest and 

jungle. 1903 (7-8) 
Du Chaillu, P. B. King Mombo. 1902 
(6-7) 



Du Chaillu, P. B. Lost in the jungle. 

1869 (6-7) 
Du Chaillu, P. B. My Apingi kingdom. 

1900 (5-7) 
Du Chaillu, P. B, Stories of the gorilla 

country. 1867 (5-7) 
Du Chaillu, P. B. Wild life under the 

equator (5-7) 
Du Chaillu, P. B. World of the great 

forest. 1900 (5-7) 
Lane, M. A. L., ed. Africa 

/» Under sunny skies, p99-122 (5-7) 
Loring, J: A. African adventure stories. 

1914 (7-8) 
Moncriefif, A. R. H. 

In World, pl28-47 (6-8) 
Winslow, I : O. 
In Distant countries, plOl-64 (4-6) 
See also Bushmen; Hottentots; Zulus 
Exploration 
Hale, E: E., ed. Source of the Nile; 
Mouth of the Niger 
In Stories of discovery, p 188-220 (6-8) 
Jenks, T. African exploration 

In Boy's book of explorations, pl6-333 
(6-8) 
Verne, J. Exploration and colonization 
of Africa 
In Great explorers of the 19th cen- 
tury, p66-148 (7-8) 
Sec also Baker, Samuel W. ; Living- 
stone, David; Stanley, Henry Morton 

Social life and customs 

Chance, L. M. Osom 
In Little folks of many lands, p53-65 
(2-4) 

Schwartz, J. A. Little black child 
In Five little strangers, p72-98 (3-4) 

Shaw, E: R. Bangala 
In Big people and little people of other 
lands, pll8-22 (3-4} 

Starr, F: Peoples of Africa 
In Strange peoples, pl23-50 (5-6) 

Wade, M. H. B. Our little African 
cousin. 1902 (4-6) 
Stories 

Sienkiewicz. H. In desert and wilder- 
ness (7-8) 

Stanley, H: M. My Kalulu (7-8) 

Africa, North 

Martin, A. From Tangier to Tetuan 
In Lane's Under sunny skies, p99-107 
(5-7) 
See also Carthage 

Africa, South 

South Africa 

In World's story, v3, p43S-84 
See also Rhodes, Cecil John 
Description and travel 
Badlam, A. B. 

In Views in Africa, pl56-216 (6-7) 
Carpenter, F. G: 

In Africa, p273-322 (6-7) 
Kidd, D. South Africa. 1908 (6-8) 
White, J. R., and Smith, A. Little jour- 
ney to South .Africa and up the east 
coast. 1908 (5-7) 
See also Boers 



CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



1 



Africa, South — Continued 
History 
Haggard, H: R. Tale of Isandhhvana 
and Rorke's Drift 
In Lang's True story book, pl32-52 
(6-7) 
Lang, A., ed. Wilson's last fight 

In Red true story book, pl-18 (5-7) 
Marshall, H. E. South Africa's story. 

1912 (6-8) 
— Same 

In Empire storj^ p245-343 
See also South African war 
Stories 
Fitzpatrick, J. P. Jock of the Bushveld 
(7-8) 
African adventure stories. Loring, J: A. 
After the rain. See Wordsworth, W: March 
Against heavy odds. Boyesen, H. H. 

Agamemnon, king of Mycenae 
Farmer, L. H. Agamemnon 
In Bovs' book of famous rulers, pl-29 
(7-8) 
Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. 
In Famous men of Greece, p71-8 (5-7) 
See also Trojan war 

Agassiz, Louis 

Faris, J: T. 

In Winning their way, p68-74 (7-8) 
Gilbert, A. Swiss boy and his wander- 
ings 
In More than conquerors, pl47-68 (6-8) 
Wright, H. C. Agassiz and the story of 
the animal kingdom 
In Children's stories of the great sci- 
entists, p261-300 (6-7) 
Poetry 
Longfellow, H: W. Fiftieth birthday of 
Agassiz 
In Johonnot's Neighbors with claws 
and hoofs, pl62-3 

Age. See Old age 

Age of chivalr}^ Bulfinch, T: 

Age of fable. Bulfinch, T: 

Agesilaus II, king of Sparta 

Plutarch 
In Gould's Children's Plutarch; tales of 
the Greeks, p66-73 
White's Boys' and girls' Plutarch, 
p380-2 
Agincourt, Battle of, 1415 
Wood, E. 
In Boys' book of battles, p51-61 (6-8) 
Poetry 
Draj-ton, M. Ballad of Agincourt 
In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, v3, p235-9 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 

p39-44 
World's story, v9, p410-14 
Agis IV, king of Sparta 
Plutarch. Martyr king 

In Gould's Children's Plutarch; tales of 
the Greeks, p73-80 
Agnes. Abbott, J. 



Agricultural machinery 

Mowr}', W: A: and A. M. Implements 
for planting; Implements for har- 
vesting 
In American inventions and inventors, 
pi 12-23 (5-8) 
See also ^McCormick, Cyrus Hall 
Agricultural pests 

Conradi, A. F:, and Thomas, W. A. Farm 

spies. 1916 (6-8) 
Shaw, E. E. Garden pests 
In Gardening and farming, p280-95 
(6-8) 
Verrill, A. H. Enemies and diseases of 
flowers; Insect enemies and bird 
friends 
In Harper's book for young gardeners, 
p 105-26, 318-26 (7-8) 
Agriculture. See Agricultural machinery; 
Agricultural pests; Farming; United 
States — Agriculture, Department of 
Aguinaldo 

Butterworth, H. Aguinaldo 

/;;. Story of Magellan, pl97-202 (5-6) 
Wildman, E. Visit to Aguinaldo 
In World's story, vl, p536-41 
Aikin, John 

Ea'cs and no ej^es 
In Scudder's Children's book, p339-42 
(2-5) 
— Same, and other stories. Heath 20c 
(3-4) 

Contents: Eyes and no eyes; Travellers' won- 
ders; Three giants, by Mrs. Marcet; and Curious 
instrument, by Jane Taylor 

Aikin, John, and Barbauld, Mrs. Anna Le- 
titia (Aikin) 

Evenings at home. Dutton $1 (4-5) 

"Fables, stories, dialogues and verses. Espe- 
cially good to read aloud." Pittsburgh 

Ainos 

Bird, I. L. The Ainos 
In Johonnot's Geographical reader, 
p242-4 (7-8) 
Starr, F: Ainu 

In Strange peoples, p95-100 (5-6) 
Air 

Frye, A. E. Atmosphere in motion 

In Brooks and brook basins, p61-70 
(4-6) 
Houston, E. J. Wonder book of the 

atmosphere. 1907 (7-8) 
King, C: F. Air and vapor 

/" Picturesque geographical readers, v2, 
p73-9 (4) 
See also Compressed air; Liquid air; 
Nitrogen 
Airships 

Adams, J. H: Aerial toj's 

In Harper's outdoor book for boys, 
p81-86 (5-8) 
Baker, R. S. Flying machines [Santos ' 
Dumont's steerable balloons] 
In Bovs' second book of inventions, 
p27-77 (7-8) 
Baker, R. S. Through the air » 

In Bov's book of inventions, p321-5^ ^ 
(5-8) 
Bond, A. R. Gliding machine 

In Scientific American bov at school , 
pl87-97 (6-8) 



CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



Airships — Continued 

Bullivant, C. H: Model air craft 

III Every boy's book of hobbies, p88- 
102 (7-8) 
Burns, E. E. 
//} Story of great inventions, pl73-90 
(6-8) 
Delacombe, H. Bovs' book of airships. 

1909 (7-8) 
Doubleday, R. Santos-Dumont and his 
airship 
hv Stories of inventors, p29-50 (7-8) 
Fournier d'Albe, E. E: Air-ships and fly- 
ing machines 
In Wonders of physical science, pl97- 
201 
Johnson, V. E: Modern airship, its pres- 
ent and its future 
In Modern inventions, p47-68 (8) 
Rocheleau, W: F. 

In Great American industries, v4, p267- 
75 (5-7) 

Simmonds, R. AH about aircraft. 1916 

(6-8) 
Verrill, A. H. Harper's aircraft book. 

1913 (7-8) 
Williams, A. Airships and flying-ma- 
chines 
In How it works, p456-78 (7-8) 

See also Aeroplanes; Balloons; 
Hydroaeroplanes; Wright, Orville 

Alton's encyclopedia. See Standard refer- 
ence work 

Akbar, emperor of Hindustan 

Steel, F. A. \N. Adventures of Akbar 

(5-7) 

Akin, Florence 

Opera stories from W'agner. 1915 Hough- 
ton *45c (3-4) 

Contents: Rhine-gold; The Walkiire; Siegfried; 
Gotterdammerung; More about the stories 

"Told very simply to serve as a reader for 
the primary grades." N. Y. state lib. 

Alabama (ship) 

Alabama and the Kearsarge; by the 
surgeon of the "Kearsarge" 
In Barstow's Civil war, pl61-72 

Civil war stories, retold from St. 
Nicholas, pl56-77 (5-6) 

Aladdin 

Aladdin and the wonderful lamp 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 

to literature, v4, pl03-32 
Crane's Goody Two Shoes picture 

book 
Lang's Aladdin, and other stories 
MacDonald and Blaisdell's Child 

life, v4, p212-24 
Mitchell's About old stor^'^-tellers, 

p50-8 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v3, 

pi 17-34 
Scudder's Children's book, p230-54 

Alamo, Siege of the, 1836 
Morris, C: 
i In Historical tales: American, v2, p217- 

I 24 (7-8) 



Roosevelt, T. Remember the Alamo. 
In Lodge and Roosevelt's Hero tales 
from American history, pl71-81 
(7-8) 

stories 

Altsheler, 'j. A. Texan scouts (6-8) 
Alan Ransford. Deland, E. D. 
Alaric, king of the Visigoths 

Haaren, J : H :, and Poland, A. B. Alaric 
the Visigoth 
In Famous men of the middle ages, 
p27-3S (4-6) 
Lansing, M. F. Alaric the Goth 

In Barbarian and noble, p27-39 (6-8) 
Tappan, E. M. Alaric the Visigoth 
In Old world hero stories, pt2, pl-9 
(6-8) 
Alarm-bell of Atri. Sec Longfellow, II: W. 

Bell of Atri 
Alaska 

See also Eskimos 

Description and travel 
Carpenter, F. G: Alaska and the seal 
islands 
In North America, p298-306 (5-6) 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: 

In North America, pl83-93 (5-7) 
Eggleston, E: Adventures in Alaska 
In Stories of American life and adven- 
ture, p207-14 (3-5) 
George, M. M., ed. Little journey to 

Alaska and Canada. 1901 (5-6) 
Horton, E. Lieutenant Schwatka in 
Alaska, 1883 
In Frozen North, p94-103 (6-7) 
King, C: F. Carmells in Alaska 

In Picturesque geographical readers, 
v5, p78-105 (5-6) 
Smith, M. C. Alaska 

In Our own country, pl95-9 (4-6) 
Winslow, I: O. 

In Our American neighbors, p34-44 
(4-6) 
Young, L., and others. Alaska 

In Our country: West, p3-64 (4-6) 
Social life and customs 
Mott, S. M., and Button, M. B. In Alaska 
with Ola 
In Fishing and hunting, p93-118 (1-2) 
Nixon-Roulet. M. F. Our little Alaskan 

cousin. 1907 (3-5) 
Tolman, S. W. C, and others 

/;; Around the world. v3, p9-46 (1-6) 
Stories 
Hough, E. Young Alaskans (6-8) 
Munroe, K. Fur-seal's tooth (5-7) 
Munroe, K. Snow-shoes and sledges 

(5-7) 
Packard, W. Young ice whalers (7-8) 
Thompson, A. R. Gold-seeking on the 
Dalton trail (7-8) 
Albatross 

Johonnot, J. Sailors of ocean and air 
/;; Neighbors with wings and fins, p68- 
70 (3-5) 
Albemarle (ship) 
IMorris. C: 

/;; Historical tales: American, vl, p307- 
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Albemarle (ship) — Continued 

Roosevelt, T. Lieutenant Gushing and 
the ram "Albemarle" 
In Civil war stories, retold from St. 
Nicholas. pl78-87 
Lodge and Roosevelt's Hero tales 
from American history, p291-300 
(7-8) 
Alcestis 

Hall, J. How Alkestis was saved 

In Four old Greeks, pl71-217 (4-6) 
Mabie, H. W., and Stephens, K., eds. 
Alcestis 
In Heroines that every child should 
know, p3-17 (6-7) 

Alcibiades 

Church, A. J: 
III Pictures from Greek life and stor}', 
p262-74 (7-8) 
Guerber. H. A. Alcibiades 

In Story of the Greeks, plS9-71 (6-8) 
Morris, C: Socrates and Alcibiades 

/;; Historical tales: Greek, p221-5 (7-8) 
Plutarch. Alcibiades 

In White's Boys' and girls' Plutarch, 
p233-59 
Plutarch. INIan with many faces 
In Gould's Children's Plutarch; tales 
of the Greeks, p51-9 

Alcohol. See Temperance 

Alcohol motors 

Johnson, \". E: Alcohol motors and the 
fuel of the future 
In Modern inventions, p286-93 (8) 

Alcott, Louisa May 

Aunt Jo's scrap-bag. 6v Little ea *$1 

(4-8) 
Comic tragedies. 1893 Little *$1.35 (6-8) 
Cupid and Chow-chow. (Aunt Jo's 

scrap-bag, v3) Little *$1 (4-5) 

Contents: Cupid and Chow-chow; Huckleberry; 
Nelly's hospital: Grandma's team; Fairy pinafores; 
Mamma's plot; Kate's choice; Moss people; What 
Fannv heard; Marine merry-making 

Eight' cousins. Little *$1.35; il ed *$1.80 
(5-8) 

"Scrapes, mischief and fun of one girl and her 
seven boy cousins. 'Rose in bloom' is the sequel 
to this." Pittsburgh 
Garland for girls. Little *$1.20; il ed 

*$1.50 (5-7) 

"Sevan stories about girls and flowers. Advice 

on health, manners, unselfishness, occupation, 

reading, travelling, home-making, etc." Pittsburgh 

Jack and Jill; a village story. Little 

*$1.35; il ed *$1.80 (5-6) 

"How Jack and Jill were hurt coasting and 
what happened while they were getting well." 
Pittsburgh 
Jimmy's cruise in the Pinafore. (Aunt 
Jo's scrap-bag, v5) Little *$1 (4-5^ 
Contents: Jimmy's cruise in the Pinafore; Two 
little travellers; Jolly Fourth; Seven black cats; 
Rosa's tale; Lunch; Bright idea; How they 
camped out ; My little school-girl ; What a shovel 
did; Clams; Kitty's cattle show; What becomes 
of the pins 
Jo's bovs and how thev turned out. Lit- 
tle *$1.35; il ed *$1.80 (6-8) 

"What happened to Daisy and Demi, Nat and 
Dan, and the rest of Aunt Jo's little men and 
women. Sequel to 'Little men.' " Pittsburgh 
Little men. Little *$1.35; il. by Reginald 
B. Birch *$1.80 (5-8) 
"Sequel to 'Little women.' Tells of the school 
•one of the sisters kept for boys." Utica 



Little men play; adapted from "Little 
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Little women. Little *$1.3S; il. by "Alice 
Barber Stephens *$1.80; il. by Jessie 
Willcox Smith *$2.50 (5-8) 

"One of the best stories for girls ever written. 
Drawn largely from the girlhood life of Miss 
Alcott and her sisters. The first of a series, the 
second being 'Little men' and the last 'Jo's 
boys.' " Pittsburgh 

— Same; il. by scenes from the play. 

Little Player's ed *$1.50 
Little women play; adapted from '"Little 

women" by E. L. Gould. Little *50c 

(6-8) 
Lulu's library. 3v Little ea *$1 (3-4) 

"A mixture of fairy tales, animal stories and 
the adventures of little girls and boys." Pitts- 
burgh 

My boys. (Aunt Jo's scrap-bag, vl) 
■ Little *$1 (4-5) 

Contents: My boys; Tessa's surprises; Buzz; 
Children's joke; Dandelion; Madam Cluck, and 
her family; Curious call; Tilly's Christmas; My 
little gentleman; Back windows; Little Marie of 
Lehon ; My May-day among curious birds and 
beasts; Our little newsboy; Patty's patchwork 

"Real boys whom Miss Alcott knew and loved. 
One of them is especially interesting as being the 
original of Laurie in 'Little women.' " Power 

Mv girls. (Aunt Jo's scrap-bag, v4) 
Little *$1 (4-5) 

Contents: My girls; Lost in a London fog; 
Boy's joke, and who got the best of it; Roses 
and forget-me-nots; Old Major; What the girls 
did; Little neighbors; Marjorie's three gifts; 
Pattj-'s place; Autobiography of an omnibus; Red 
tulips; Happy birthday 
Old-fashioned Rirl. Little *$1.35; il. by 
Jessie Willcox Smith *$1.80' (5-8) 

"City life of a winning and sensible little 
country girl." N. Y. state lib. 
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scrap-bag, v6) Little *$1 (4-5) 

Contents: Old-fashioned Thanksgiving; How it 
all happened; Doll's journey from Minnesota to 
Maine; Morning-glories; Shadow children; Pop- 
py's prank; What the swallows did; Little Gulli- 
ver; Whale's story; Strange island; Fancy's 
friend 

Proverb stories. Little *$1.20; il ed 
*$1.50 (5-6) 

Contents: Kitty's class day; Aunt Kipp; 
Psyche's art; Country Christmas; On picket duty; 
Baron's gloves; My red cap; What the bells saw 
and said 

Rose in bloom. Little *$1.35; il ed *$1.80 
(6-8) 

"More doings of the 'Eight cousins.' " Wash- 
ington 

Shawl-straps. (Aunt Jo's scrap-bag, v2) 
Little *$1 (5-6) 

"Adventures of three young girls in Europe." 
Pittsburgh 

Silver pitchers, and other stories. Little 
*$1.20; il ed *$1.50 (4-5) 

Other stones: Anna's whim; Transcendental 
wild oats: Romance of a summer day; My rococo 
watch; By the river; Letty's tramp; Scarlet 
stockings; Independence, a Centennial love story 

Spinning-wheel stories. Little *$1.20; il 
ed *$1.50 (5-6) 

Contents: Grandma's story; Tabby's table-cloth; 
Eli's education; Onawandah ; Little things; Ban- 
ner of Beaumanoir; Jerseys; or. The girl's ghost: 
Little house in the garden; Daisy's jewel-box, and 
how she filled it: Corny's catamount; Cooking- 
class; Hare and the tortoise 

"A dozen stories of boys and girls, Indians, 
war, hunting, etc." Utica 

Under the lilacs. Little *$1.35; il ed 
*$1.80 (5-7) 

".Story of a stray circus boy who found friends 
for himself and his remarkable dog at a country 
house." N. Y. state lib. 



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Alcott, Louisa May — Continued 
Biography 
Bolton, S. K. Louisa AL Alcott 
In Lives of girls who became famous, 
pl04-21 (7-8) 
Cheney, E. D. L., ed. Louisa May Alcott: 
her life, letters and journals. 1903 
(7-8) 
Eggleston, E: The author of ''Little 
women." 
In Stories of great Americans, pl55-9 
(2-4) 
Holland, R. S. Louisa May Alcott 

In Historic girlhoods, p291-302 (6-8) 
Horton, E. Louisa May Alcott 

In Group of famous women, pl83-97 
(6-8) 
Moses, B. Louisa May Alcott, dreamer 

and worker. 1909 (6-8) 
Steedman, A. Louisa Alcott 

In When they were children, p356-65 
(6-8) 
Wright, H. C. Louisa May Alcott 

In Children's stories in American lit- 
erature, v2, pi 79-95 (7-8) 
Poetry 
Moulton, L. C. Louisa May Alcott 

In Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 
p227 (5-7) 
Alden, Priscilla 

Holland, R. S. Priscilla Alden 
In Historic girlhoods, pl07-23 (6-8) 

Alden, Raymond Macdonald 

Why the chimes rang. Bobbs *50c (2-4) 
"Unusually successful modern fairy tales, each 
with its allegory and not too obtrusive moral." 
N. Y. state lib. 

Formerly published under title "Knights of the 
silver shield" 
— Same, dramatized by E. A. McFadden. 
1915 
Alden, William Livingston 

Cruise of the Canoe club. Harper 60c 
(5-7) 

"Sequel to 'Cruise of the Ghost.' " Pittsburgh 
Cruise of the "Ghost." Harper 60c 
(5-7) 

"Sequel to 'Moral pirates.' " Pittsburgh 
Moral pirates. Harper 60c (5-7) 

"Exciting adventures of four New York boys 
on the Hudson in a row boat." Sargent 

"The sequels to this book are the 'Cruise of 
the Ghost' and the 'Cruise of the Canoe club.' " 
Indiana 

New Robinson Crusoe. Harper 60c 
(5-6) 

"How an Irish boy and an insane man were 
wrecked in the south Pacific." Pittsburgh 

Aldin, Cecil 

(il.) Happy family; text by May Bj^ron. 
6v Doran ea *40c (4-7) 

Contents: Forager; Humpty and Dumpty; 
Hungry Peter; Master Quack; Rags; Rufus 
Picture books of pet animals 

Aldrich, Thomas Bailey 

Ballad of Babie Bell 

/»^ W'hittier's Child life, pl9-22 (5-7) 
Marjorie Daw, and other stories. Hough- 
ton *$1.50; (Riverside Aldine ser.) *$1; 
(Cambridge classics) *90c (8) 
"Brief . and thoroughly entertaining stories, 
sparkling with natural humor." N. Y. city 
Marjorie's almanac 
In Riverside readers, v4, plOO-3 



Story of a bad boy. Houghton *$1; (Riv- 
erside school lib.) *70c (6-8) 

— Same; il. by A. B. Frost. Houghton 
*$1.75 

"Mischief and fun of a New England village 
boy and his friends. Humorous, delightful, and 
thoroughly wholesome. Mr. Aldrich based this 
story on his boyhood life." Olcott 

Biography 
Bolton, S. K. Thomas Bailey Aldrich 
In Famous American authors, p286-308 
(7-8) 
Thomas Bailey Aldrich 

In Riverside readers, v6, pl35-40 
Wright, H. C. Thomas Bailey Aldrich 
In Children's stories in American lit- 
erature, v2, pl96-209 (7-8) 
Alexander the Great, king of Macedon 
Abbott, J. History of Alexander the 

Great (6-8) 
Baldwin, J. 

In Wonder book of horses, pl22-7 (4-6) 
Farmer, L. H. 
In Boys' book of famous rulers, p71- 
109 (7-8) 
Guerber, H. A. 

In Story of the Greeks, p227-55 (6-8) 
Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. 
In Famous meta of Greece, p215-26 
(5-7) 
Hale, E: E. 

In Boys' heroes, p4O-50 (6-8) 
Kaufman, R. Alexander the Great 

In Children's hour, v8, p346-72 (2-8) 
Morris, C: 
In Historical tales: Greek, p296-304 
(7-8) 
Plutarch 
In Clough's Plutarch's Lives, p67-116 
Gould's Children's Plutarch; tales of 

the Greeks, pll5-28 
W^eston's Plutarch's Lives for boys 

and girls, p98-148 
White's Boys' and girls' Plutarch, 
p420-44 
Tappan, E. M. Alexander the Great 

In Old world hero stories, ptl, p67-75 
(6-8) 
Yonge, C. M. Macedonian empire; Alex- 
ander's conquests 
In Johonnot's Stories of the olden 
time, p90-106 (6-7) 
Stories 
Church, A. J: Young Macedonian in the 
army of Alexander the Great (7-8) 
Alfalfa ' 

Rogers, J. E. 
In Book of useful plants, p72-6 
Alfred the Great, king of England 

Abbott, J. History of King Alfred of 

England (6-8) 
Arnold, S. L., and Gilbert, C. B., eds. 
Good king 
In Stepping stones to literature, v3, 
pl71-4 (3) 
Atkinson, A. j\L Alfred the Great and 
his times 
In Introduction to American history: 
European beginnings, p92-8 (6-7) 
Baldwin, J. How a prince learned to 
read 
In Fifty famous people, p85-9 (1-3) 



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Alfred the Great, king of England— Com^ 

Baldwin, J. King Alfred and the cakes; 
King Alfred and the beggar 
In Fift3^ famous stories retold, p5-10 
(2-4) 
Church, A. J: King Alfred 
In Stories from English history, p82-92 
(6-8) 
Farmer, L. H. Alfred the Great 

In Boys' book of famous rulers, pl69- 
94 (7-8) 
Freeman, E. A. Story of King Alfred 
and St. Cuthbert 
In Johonnot's Stories of the olden 
time, p46-8 (6-7) 
Oilman, A., ed. Out of the dark 

In Magna charta stories, pl83-92 (6-8) 
Guerber, H. A. King Alfred and the 
cakes; Alfred conquers the Danes 
In Story of the English. p46-53 (5-6) 
Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Alfred 
the Great 
In Famous men of the middle ages, 
pl35-42 (4-6) 
Hoffman, A. S. Alfred the Great 

In Heroes and heroines of English his- 
tory, p22-36 (6-8) 
Johonnot, J., ed. King Alfred and the 
cakes 
In Grandfather's stories, p59-61 (3-4) 
Lansing, M. F. Alfred and the Danes 

In Barbarian and noble. pl23-36 (6-8) 
Lansing, M. F., ed. King Alfred and the 
shepherd 
In Tales of old England, p 127-40 (3-4) 
Mabie, H. W., ed. King Alfred 

In Heroes every child should know, 
pl27-43 (6-7) 
McKilliam, A. E. Alfred the Great. 1914 

(7-8) 
]\Iarks, J. A. Boy who won a prize 

/;; Early English hero tales, p48-56 
Morris, C: 

In Historical tales: English, p30-44 
(7-8) 
Tappan, E. M. King Alfred the Great 
In Old world hero stories, pt2, p72-6 
(6-8) 
Warren, H: P., ed. Story of Alfred the 
Great 
In Stories from English historj^ p26-41 
(5-7) 
Wright. H. C. King Alfred 

In Children's stories in English litera- 
ture, vl, p57-78 (7-8) 
Plays 
Macdonell, A. Alfred the Great. (His- 
torical plays for children, vl) (6-8) 

Stories 

Brooks, E. S. Rede of the elves 
In Chivalric days, p98-123 {6-7) 

Henty, G: A. Dragon and the raven 
(6-8) 

Tappan. E. M. In the days of ^Alfred 
the Great (6-8) 

Algeria 

Badlam, A. B. Into Algeria 
In Views in Africa, p368-82 (6-7) 

Carpenter, F. G: Algeria; In Algiers 
In Africa, p33-47 (6-7) 



Alhambra 

Irving, W. Alhambra. See Irving, W. 

Ali Baba 

AH Baba 

In Crane's Puss in boots, and The forty 
thieves 
Crane's Red Riding Hood's picture 

book 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v3, 

pl02-16 
Scudder's Children's book, p284-96 

Alice and Tom. Brown, K. L. 

Alice's adventures in Wonderland. Car- 
roll, L: 

Alice's visit to the Hawaiian islands. 
Krout, M. H. 

All about aircraft. Simmonds, R. 
All around Asia. Redwaj^ J. W. 
All foors day. See April fool's day 
All sorts of stories book. Lang, L. B. 
All the year round. Strong, F. L., ed. 
AUan-a-Dale. See Robin Hood 

Allen, Charles Fletcher 

David Crockett, scout. 1911 Lippincott 
*$1.25 (6-8) 

"Clear, simple and well written account, quot- 
ing larg-ely from Crockett's autobiography. More 
readable than Abbott's life." A. L. A. sup. 

Allen, Edward Frank. See Stevens, L. O., 
jt. comp. 

Allen, Ethan 

Coe, F. E. Ethan Allen, the Robin Hood 
of Vermont 
In Makers of the nation, p47-52 (4-6) 
Lossing, B. J: Ethan Allen and Ticon- 
deroga 
In Johonnot's Stories of our countrv, 
pi 35-40 (4-6) 
Morris, C: 
In Historical tales: American, vl, pl69- 
76 (7-8) 

Stories 
Thompson, D. P. Green Mountain boys 
(7-8) 

Allen, Nellie Burnham 

Industrial studies: Europe. 1913 Ginn 
*80c (5-8) 

"Aims to picture the life of Europe — the cities, 

people and their habits — with special emphasis on 

the industrial life. Illustrations are small, but 

clear and instructive." A. L. A. bkl. 

Industrial studies: United States. 1910 

Ginn *65c (5-8) 

Contents: Position and size; Surface and drain- 
age; Climate and soil; Waterways and railroads; 
Cotton; Sugar; Fruit; Wheat; Corn: Coal; Iron; 
Gold and silver; Cattle and beef industry; Sheep 
and wool industry; Lumbering and allied indus- 
tries: Fisheries 

"The work is based on material used by the 
author in adding interest to geography lessons, 
and will be helpful to grade teachers in general. 
The numerous halftones illustrate the text admir- 
ably." A. L. A. bkl. 

Allen, Willis Boyd 

Cleared for action. Dutton $1.50 (6-8)^ 
"Story of the Spanish-American war, 189S1 
Sequel to 'Navy blue.' " Brooklyn 

Navy blue. Dutton $1.50 (6-8) 

Cadet life in the United States naval academ', 
at Annapolis 1 



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Alligators 

Bartram, W: Naturalist among the alli- 
gators 
In Children's hour, v8, p23-32 (2-8) 
Comstock, A. B. The alligator 

In Pet book, p272-3 (5-8) 
Johonnot, J., ed. Curious dwellers in 
swamp and forest 
In Glimpses of the animate world, pl42- 
52 (6-7) 
Moore, C. B. The " 'gator'' 

In Southern stories, retold from St. 
Nicholas, p80-95 (5-7) 
'Wood, C. D. Crocodiles and alligators 

In Animals, pl41-4 (4-7) 
Wright, J. AI. El lagarto 

In Seaside and wayside, v4, p267-72 
(5-6) 
Sec also Crocodiles 
Allingham, 'William 

(comp.) Ballad book. Alacinillan *$1 
(6-8) 

"Some fourscore of the best old ballads. Thirty- 
three page preface about ballads." Am. L. E. 
Rhymes for the young folk; with pictures 
by Kate Greenaway [and others]. 
'V\^arne *80c (4-6) 

Reissue of a book published by Cassell many 
years ago 

Alphabets 

Day, L: F. Alphabets old and new. 1911 

(7-8) 
Eckford. H: Wonders of the alphabet 
In Stories of the ancient world, retold 
from St. Nicholas, p92-124 (5-8) 
Holbrook, F. 
In Cave, mound, and lake dwellers, 
p 108- 15 (4-5) 
Sec also Lettering; Writing 
Alphabets old and new. Day, L: F. 

Alps 

Byers, S. H. M. Alpine village 

In Lane's Wide world, p79-87 (4-5) 
Button, M. B. Pierre and "Violette, chil- 
dren of the Alps 
In In field and pasture, pl58-81 (2-3) 
Stories of Alpine adventure 

In World's story, v7, p559-83 
Tyndall, J: Life in the Alps 

In Northern Europe. p78-94 (5-7) 
See also St. Bernard pass 
Stories 
Spyri, J. Heidi (5-7) 

Alsace 

Stories 

Daudet, A. Last class 

In Chisholm's Stories for the ten-year- 
old [adapted], p230-6 
Der Alte bekannte. Lohmeyer, J., and Ol- 

denberg, F. 
Alton, Edmund, pseud. See Bailey, Ed- 
mund Alton 
Altsheler, Joseph Alexander 

Apache gold. Appleton *$1.35 (6-8) 

"Hunting for the lost treasure of the Spaniards 

in the land of the cliff-dwellers, Charles Wayne, 

a border lad, has terrifying encounters with wild 

beasts and Apache Indians." Pittsburgh 

i Border watch. (Young trailers ser. v6) 

J Appleton *$1.35 (6-8) 

J, "Period of the border struggle between red 



man and white along the Ohio. The daring ex- 
ploits of the 'Young trailers' and their comrades 
of the woods help to bring about the defeat of 
the great Wyandot chief and his Indian allies 
by Clark and Logan." Pittsburgh 
Forest runners. (^Young trailers ser. v2) 
Appleton *$1.35 (6-8) 

"Stirring story of the winning of Kentucky." 
A. L. A. bkl. 
Free rangers. (Young trailers ser. v3) 
Appleton *$1.35 (6-8) 

"Story of the exploits of the five young woods- 
men who figured in 'The young trailers' and 
'Forest rangers' in their endeavor to assist the 
settlers in Kentucky and along the Mississippi 
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Guns of Bull Run. (Civil war ser, vl) 
Appleton *$1.30 (6-8) 

"Gives a picture of events which prefaced the 

war and ends with the battle of Bull Run. 

Southern side, unprejudiced and not gory." A. L. 

A. bkl. 

Guns of Shiloh. (Civil war ser. v2) 

Appleton *$1.30 (6-8) 

"In 'The guns of Bull Run' the civil war and 
its beginnings are seen through the eyes of Harry 
Kenton, who is on the southern side. In 'The 
guns of Shiloh' the mighty struggle takes its 
color from the view of Dick Mason, who fights 
for the North and who is with Grant in his first 
great campaign." Foreword 

Horsemen of the plains. Macmillan 
*$1.50'; (Juvenile lib.) *50c; Grosset 
*50c (6-8) 

"Stirring story of boy's adventures with fur 
hunters in the Rockies in the late 6o's." A. L. A. 
bkl. 
In circling camps. Appleton *$1.3o (8) 

"Romance of the civil war, much above the 
average. . . . The fight at Gettysburg is de- 
scribed in the most vivid colors." Pittsburgh 

Keepers of the trail. (Young trailers ser. 
v7) Appleton *$1.35 (6-8) 

"Story of an encounter with Indians in Ken- 
tucky during the revolution." Boston 

Last of the chiefs. Appleton *$1.35; 
Grosset (Every boy's lib.) *50c (6-8) 

"Experiences of two young boys, who, aban- 
doned in the Rockies, spend two years trapping 
and fighting Indians and wild beasts. They are 
captured by the Sioux and witness Custer's last 
fight." Washington 

Riflemen of the Ohio. (Young trailers 
ser. v4) Appleton *$1.35 (6-8) 

"Further adventures of Henry Ware and his 
friends in the Ohio valley. Daniel Boone, Simon 
Kenton and Girty, the renegade, are characters 
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adventures. Inferior to 'The young trailers. 
A. L. A. bkl. 
Rock of Chickamauga. (Civil war ser. 
v6) Appleton *$1.30 (6-8) 

"Dick Mason, the northern hero, figures prom- 
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various dangerous and important missions. 
A. L. A. bkl. 
Scouts of Stonewall. (Civil war ser. v3) 
Appleton *$1.30 (6-8) 

"Continues the fortunes of the hero of 'Guns 

of Bull Run.' Harry Kenton now acts as aide 

on the staff of Stonewall Jackson." A. L. A. bkl. 

Scouts of the valley. (Young trailers 

ser. v5) Appleton *$1.35 (6-8) 

"Adventures of Henry Ware and his friends 
w-ith the Indians, their unsuccessful attempt to 
prevent the Wyoming valley massacre and .their 
share in the battle of the Chemung. Sufficiently 
independent of predecessors in this series to be 
read as a separate book." A. L. A. bkl. 
Shades of the wilderness. (Civil war ser. 
v7) Appleton *$1.30 (6-8) 

"Harry Kenton, again the hero, is an aide to 
Robert E. Lee, which gives opportunity for a ro- 
mantic picture of the great Southern leader. 
A. L. A. bkl. 



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Altsheler, Joseph Alexander — Continued 
Soldier of .Manhattan. Appleton *$1.35 

(8) 
"Ticonderoga and Quebec, 1758-59- A histori- 
cal novel of the French and Indian war." N. Y. 
city 
Star of Gettysburg. (Civil war ser. v5) 
Appleton *$1.30 (6-8) 
Describes the battles of Fredericksburg, Chan- 
cellorsville and Gettysburg from the southern 
point of view 
Sun of Saratoga. Appleton *$1.35 (8) 
"Tale of Burgoyne's invasion and surrender, 
1777." N. Y. city 
Sword of Antietam. (Civil war ser. v4) 
Appleton *$1.30 (6-8) 

"Dick Mason takes an important part in thrfte 

great battles, Second Manassas, Antietam, and 

Murfreesborough. The northern point of view 

is given, with McClellan as the chief historical 
character." A. L. A. bkl. 

Texan scouts. (Texan ser. v2) Apple- 
ton *$1.25 (6-8) 

"The characters in 'The Texan star' go through 
experiences leading up to and through the Alamo. 
Crockett and Bowie figure bravely and Santa 
Anna makes the most desperate of villains. A 
better story than the first and of some value for 
its historical setting." A. L. A. bkl. 

Texan star. (Texan ser, vl) Appleton 
*$1.35 (6-8) 

"Deals with the earlier events in the struggle 
of Texas for freedom. The interest is in the 
story rather than in the historical background." 
Cleveland 
Young trailers. (Young trailers ser. vl) 
Appleton *$1.35 (6-8) 

"Boy's life in the days of the early settle- 
ment of Kentucky, of hunting and fishing in the 
wilderness, of capture by Indians." A. L. A. bkl. 

Aluminum 

Tappan. E. M. Xew metal, aluminum 
In Diggers in the earth, p76-83 (5-6) 

Alvarado, Pedro de 

Lummis, C: F. Alvarado's leap 
In Spanish pioneers, pl70-9 (7-8) 

Amadis of Gaul 

Davidson, N. J., ed. Knight errant and 
his doughty deeds (6-8) 

Amateur carpenter. Verrill, A. H. 

Amateur fireman. Kaler, J. O. 

Amateur theatricals. See Plays 

Amazon river 

Carpenter, F. G: Valley of the Amazon; 
Trip on the Amazon 
In South America, p299-304, 320-5 (5-6) 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: World's 
greatest river 
In South America, p49-58 (5-7) 

Amazon valley 

Markwick. W: F., and Smith, W: A. 
In South American republics, p20O-13 
(5-7) 
Shaw. E: R: 

In Big people and little people of other 
lands, pl23-8 (3-4) 

Amber 

Andrews, J. Story of the amber beads 
In Stories Mother Nature told her chil- 
dren, pl-6 (3-5) 

Ambition 

Greeley, H. Ambition 
In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, v2, p23-4 (5-6) 



Ambitious rose-tree. De la Ramee, L. 
In Bimbi 
Moufflou 
Ambrose, bishop of Milan 

Lang, L. B. Crime of Theodosius 

In Red book of heroes, p334-51 (7-8) 
Ambrosi, Marietta 

When I was a girl in Italy. 1906 Lo- 
throp *75c (4-7) 

"A new edition of 'Italian child life.' Describes 
the home life, work and play of Italian children." 
N. Y. city 

America 

See also Central America; North 
America; South America; United States 

Discovery and exploration 

Atkinson, A. M. Introduction to Amer- 
ican history: European beginnings. 
1914 (6-7) 
Dickson, M. S. From the old world to 

the new. 1902 (5-6) 
Hakluyt, R: Boy's Hakluyt. 1909 (6-8) 
Hart, A. B., and Hazard, B. E., eds. Dis- 
cover}^ of America; On the sea 
/»- Colonial children, pl-53 (5-7) 
Higginson, T: W. Young folk's book of 

American explorers. 1898 (6-8) 
Johnson, W: H: World's discoverers. 

1900 (7-8) 
Lummis, C: F. Spanish pioneers. 1893 

(7-8) 
Morris, C: Historical tales: Spanish- 
American. 1908 (7-8) 
Shaw, E: R: Discoverers and explorers. 

190O (4-6) 
Stevenson, JB. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
Discovery day 
In Days and deeds: prose, pl42-9 (5-7) 
Wright, H. C. Children's stories in 
American history (5-7) 

See also Explorers; also Columbus, 
Christopher; Cortes, Hernando; Hud- 
son, Henry; Magellan, Ferdinand; Pi- 
zarro, Francisco; Vespucci, Amerigo 
America; national anthem. Smith, S: F. 

In World's story, vl3, p67-8 
America the beautiful. See Bates, K. L. 
American animal life. Deming, T. O. 
American animals. Stone, W., and Cram, 
W: E. 

American anthology. Stedman, E. C, ed. 
American authors. See Authors — American 
American authors for young folks. Har- 
ris, A. B. 

American beginnings in Europe. Gordy, 
W. F. 

American book of golden deeds. Bald- 
win. J. 

American boy at Henley. Channon, F. E. 
American boys' book of bugs, butterflies 
and beetles. Beard, D. C. 

American boys' book of electricit}^ Sea- 
ver, C: H. 

American boy's book of sport. See Beard, 
D. C. Outdoor handy book 

American boy's handy book. Beard, D. C. 



CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



n 



American boys' workshop. Kelland, C. B., 

ed. 
American citizen. Dole, C: F. 
American colonies. See United States — ■ 

History — Colonial period 
American country girl. Crow, M. F. 
American flag. See Flags 
American food and game fishes. Jordan, 

D : S., and Evermann, B. W. 
American girl's handy book. Beard, L. and 

A. B. 

American girl's home book. Campbell, 

H. L. 
American hero stories. Tappan, E. M. 
American heroes and heroism. ]\Iowry, 

W: A: and A. M. 
American history in literature. Lane, 

M. A. L., and Hill, M., comps. 
American Indian fairy tales. Compton, M. 
American Indians. See Indians of America 
American inventions and inventors. Mowry, 

W: A: and A. M. 
American leaders and heroes. Gordy, 

W. F. 
American literature 

Wright, H. C. Children's stories in 

American literature. 2v 1896 (7-8) 
See also Authors — American 
American natural history. Hornaday, W:T. 
American Patty. Thompson, A. E. 
American pioneers. Mowry, W: A: and 

B. S. 

American poems. Long, A: W., comp. 
American poems. Scudder, H. E., ed. 
American poetry. See Poetry 
American revolution. See United States — ■ 
H istory — Revolution 

American sailor. Brooks, E. S. 
American soldier. Brooks, E. S. 
American war ballads and lyrics. Eggles- 
ton, G: C, comp. 

America's story for America's children. 
Pratt, M. L. 

Ames, Joseph Bushnell 

Pete, cowpuncher. Holt $1.50 (6-8) 

Amicis, Edmondo de 

Cuore (Heart); an Italian school-boy's 
journal. Holt $1; Crowell 75c; 60c 
(6-7) 

Same as "Heart of a boy." 

"An unusual book, presenting a boy's ideal 
of manly courage. Especially recommended for 
school use." Power 

"The book is marred, in two or three places 
where the author justifies untruth if it has a 
generous aim; and lightly treats cheating at 
school abetted by parents." Olcott 

Among the camps. Page, T: N. 
Among the farmyard people. Pierson, C. D. 
Among the forest people. Pierson, C. D. 
Among the law-makers. Bailey, E. A. 
Among the meadow people. Pierson, C. D. 

Among the moths and butterflies. Ballard, 
J. P. 



Amundsen, Roald Engelbregt Gravning 

Synge, M. B. Quest for the South Pole 
In Book of discovery, p536-44 

Wade, M. H. B. Roald Amundsen 
In Light-bringers, pl96-242 (6-8) 

Amusements 

Adams, J. H: Harper's indoor book for 

boys. 1908 (5-8) 
Adams, J. H: Harper's outdoor book for 

boys. 1907 (5-8) 
Bailey, C. S. Girls' make-at-hoine things. 

1912 (3-5) 
Bailey, C. S. and ]\I. E. Boys' make-at- 
home things. 1912 (3-5) 
Baker, G. C. Indoor games and socials 

for boys. 1912 
Bancroft, J. H. Games for the play- 
ground, home, school and gymnasium. 

1909 (2-8) 
Beard, D. C. American boy's handy 

book. 1910 (5-7) 
Beard, D. C. Jack of all trades: new 

ideas for American boys. 1900 (5-7) 
Beard, D. C. New ideas for out of doors. 

1906 (6-8) 
Beard, D. C. Outdoor handy book, for 

playground, field and forest. 1900 

(5-7) . , 

Beard, L. and A. B. American girl s 

handy book. 1898 (5-7) 
Beard, L. and A. B. Indoor and outdoor 

recreations for girls. 1906 (6-7) 
Beard, L. and A. B. Little folks' handy 

book. 1910 (2-5) 
Beard, L. and A. B. Things worth do- 
ing. 1906 (6-7) 
Beard, L. and A. B. W'hat a girl can 

make and do. 1902 (5-7) 
Boy mechanic. 2v 1913-15 (6-8) 
Bullivant, C. H: Every boy's book of 

hobbies. 1912 (7-8) 
Bullivant, C. H: Home fun. 1910 (5-8) 
Campbell, H. L. American girl's home 

book of work and play (5-7) 
Champlin, J: D., and Bostwick, A. E., 

eds. Young folks' cyclopedia of games 

and sports. 1899 (5-8) 
Eraser, C. C. Every boy's book of 

handicraft, sports and amusements. 

1913 (6-8) 
Games book for boys and girls. 1906 

(4-6) 
Hall, A. N. Boy craftsman. 1905 (6-8) 
Hall, A. N. Handicraft for handy boys. 

1911 (6-8) 
Hall, A. N. Handy boy. 1913 (6-8) 
Headland, I: T. Chinese boy and girl. 

1901 (4-5) 
Kelland, C. B.. ed. American boys' work- 
shop. 1914 (6-8) 
Kelley, L. E. Three hundred things a 

bright girl can do (7-8) 
Keyes, A. M. When mother lets us play. 

1911 (3-5) 
Lucas, E: V. and E. G. Three hundred 

games and pastimes. 1910 (5-7) 
Morris, C: How the world amuses itself 

In Home life in all lands, v2, p239-81 
(6-8) 
Paret, A. P.. ed. Harper's handy-book 

for girls. 1910 (7-8) 



14 



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Amusements — Continued 

Three hundred and one things a bright 
girl can do. 1911 

Three hundred things a bright boy can 
do. 1910 (6-8) 

Walker, M. C. Lady Hollyhock and her 
friends. 1906 (2-4) 

Wells, C. Rainy day diversions. 1907 
(5-8) 

White, M. Book of games 

White, M. and S. Book of children's 
parties. 1903 

Yale, E. D. When mother lets us give 
a party. 1909 (3-5) 

See also Camping; Cards; Charades; 
Circus; Coasting; Dances; Dolls; Fire- 
works; Pishing; Games; Handicraft; 
Hunting; Kites; Magic; Magic lantern; 
Minstrel shows; Moving pictures; 
Occupations for children; Pageants; 
Pantomime; Plays; Riddles; Skating; 
Sports; Tableaux; Toys; Tricks; Ven- 
triloquism; Waxworks; Whittling 

Ancient history. See History — Ancient 

Ancient Spanish ballads. Lockhart, J: G., 
tr. 

Andersen, Hans Christian 

"There are many editions and several transla- 
tions. Libraries will find it profitable to the chil- 
dren to own for use in the library at least one or 
two copies of the beautiful editions; e.g. Fairy 
tales, translated by Mrs. Lucas, illustrated by the 
Robinsons, Button (J. M. Dent) $2.50; or even 
Fairy tales, translated by Braekstad, illustrated 
by Tegner, Century *$s. Of the cheaper editions 
for ordinary use, 'Stories and tales' and 'Wonder 
stories,' Houghton *$i each, and for little chil- 
dren. Fairy tales, edited by Stickney, 2v Ginn *45C 
each, are good." Ed. sel. A. L. A. cat. 
Fairy reader; adapted from Grimm and 
Andersen, by James Baldwin. Am. bk. 
*35c (2-3) 
Fairy tales; ed. by J. H. Stickney. 2v 
Ginn ea *45c (3-5) 
"Good edition for the little children." A. L. A. 
bkl. 

The first volume is for younger children than 
the second 
Fairv tales; il. bv Gordon Browne. Stokes 
*$i.50 (4-6) 

Twenty-five tales 

Fairy tales; il. by W. H. Robinson. 
Archibald Constable & co., London 

Contents: Marsh king's daughter; Tommelise; 
Snow queen; Elfinmount; Little mermaid; Storks; 
Nightingale; Wild swans; Real princess; Red 
shoes; Emperor's new clothes; Swineherd; Fly- 
ing trunk; Leaping match; Shepherdess and the 
chimney-sweeper; Ugly duckling; Naughty boy 

"Decorated title-page and attractive cover-de- 
sign. The black and white drawings are simple 
and child-like and the 16 full-page colored plates, 
delicate and full of fairy fancy." Pittsburgh 

Formerly published also by Holt; but their edi- 
tion out of print in 1916 

Fairy tales; il. bv Dugald Stewart Walker. 
Doubleday *$2 (4-6) 

Contents: Mermaid; Flying trunk; Red shoes; 
Thumbelisa; Girl who trod on a loaf; Nightingale; 
Garden of paradise; Wind's tale; Snow queen; 
What the moon saw; Marsh king's daughter; 
Travelling companions 

"Interesting because of the fantastic illustra- 
tions. Partly because of the choice of stories, a 
book which is more for the adult collection and 
for the very occasional child." A. L. A. bkl. 



Fairy tales; introd. by E: E. Hale; il. by 
Helen Stratton. Lippincott *$1.50 
(4-6} 

Thirty-four stories. 

"One of the best editions for little children." 
Scott 
— Same [15 stories]. Lippincott *$1.25 
Fairy tales; selected and ed. by E. H. L. 
Turpin. (Graded supplementary read- 
ing ser.) Merrill 40c 
Fairy tales; tr. by H. L. Braekstad; il. by 
Hans Tegner. Century *$5 (4-6) 
Forty-two stories 

"Included for the unusually sympathetic inter- 
pretation of the work of this Danish artist." Wis. 
free lib. com. 

Fairy tales; tr. by Mrs. E. Lucas; il. by 
Maxwell Armheld. Dutton *$2.50 (4-6) 

"Forty-one stories, the same selection and 
translation as the Everyman edition, in a large 
volume with attractive though rather delicate 
cover, an admirable page, tinted edges and 24 
beautiful and imaginative plates in color by 
Maxwell Armfield." N. Y. state lib. 
Fairy tales; tr. by Mrs. E. Lucas and il. 
by Thomas, Charles, and William Rob- 
inson. Dutton $2.50 {4-6) 

Thirty-eight tales. 

"Attractive in paper, type, and binding, is well 
translated, and includes all the stories most in- 
teresting to children." Hewins 

A reprint of this with reduced illustrations and 
library binding is in Everyman's library, Dutton 
*Soc 

Fairy tales and wonder stories; il. by 
Louis Rhead. Harper *$1.50 (4-6) 

Forty-three tales 

"Satisfactory binding, type, black and white 
illustrations." Wis. bul. 
Hans Christian Andersen as a boy 

In World's story, v8, p3 10-16 
Memories of child life [autobiographi- 
cal] 
Iiv Whittier's Child life in prose, p253- 
61 (5-6) 
Mermaid, and other fairy tales; tr. by Mrs. 
E. Lucas; colored il. by Maxwell Arm- 
field. (Tales for children from manv 
lands) Dutton *50c (4-6) 

Contents: Mermaid; Emperor's new clothes; 
Hans Clodhopper; Swineherd; Great Claus and 
little Claus; Garden of paradise; Tinder-box; 
Flying trunk; Picture from the ramparts; 
Naughty boy; Travelling companions 
New Year's eve 
In Bellamv and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, "vl, p223-8 (3-4) 
— Same [prose version]; with title Little 
match girl 
In MacDonald and Blaisdell's Child life, 
v2, pl06-10 
McMurry's Classic stories for the lit- 
tle ones, p35-9 
Scudder's Children's book, p206-7 
Nightingale and other stories; il. by Ed- 
mund Dulac. Doran *$1.50 (4-6) 

Contents: Nightingale; Garden of paradise; 
Mermaid 

Snow queen and other stories; il. in color 
by Edmund Dulac. Doran *$1.50 (4-6) 
Contents: Snow queen; Real princess; Em- 
peror's new clothes; Wind's tale 
Steadfast tin soldier: L^gly duckling 
In Young and Field literarv readers, v3, 
p241-72 
Stories 

In Scudder's Children's book, pl54-210 
Stories; il. in color by Edmund Dulac. 
Doran *$5 (4-6) 

Contents: Snow queen; Nightingale; Real prin- 
cess; Garden of paradise; Mermaid; Emperor's 
new clothes; Wind's tale 



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15 



Andersen, Hans Christian — Continued 

Stories; with a sketch of the author by 
H. E. Scudder. Houghton (Riverside 
school lib.) hf lea *60c; (Riverside lit. 
ser.) *40'C (3-4) 

"Nineteen of the best stories are given. No 
illustrations." Minn. 

"One of the best cheap editions." Scott 
Stories and tales; il. by V. Pedersen and 
M. L. Stone. Houghton *$1 (4-6) 

"The tales in this excellent little edition are 
well chosen." Arnold 
Ugly duckling, and other fairy tales; tr. 
by Mrs. E. Lucas; colored il. by Max- 
well Armfield. (Tales for children from 
many lands) Button *50c (4-6) 

Contents: Ugly, duckling; Rose elf; Wild 
swans; Steadfast tin soldier; Girl who trod on a 
loaf; Storks; Little match girl; Bell; Ole Lukoie, • 
the dustman; Thumbelisa; Little Tuk; Bottle 
neck 
Wonder stories told for children; il. by 
V. Pedersen and M. L. Stone. Hough- 
ton *$1 (4-6) 

Biography 
Adams, O. F. Hans Christian Andersen, 
"the Goldsmith of the North" 
In Dear old story-tellers, pl43-63 (6-8) 
Arnold, S. L., and Gilbert, C. B., eds. 
Hans Christian Andersen 
In Stepping stones to literature, v3, 
pl60-4 (3) 
Dodge, M. M. Hans Christian Andersen 

In When life is young, p 182-3 (3-4) 
Hans Christian Andersen 

In Riverside readers, v4, pl75-80 
Harboe, P. Child's story of Hans Chris- 
tian Andersen. 1907 (5-6) 
Steedman, A. Hans Andersen 

In When they were children, pl96-204 
(6-8) 
Thomson, M. P. Hans Christian Ander- 
sen; the "fairy tale" of his life 
In Denmark, pl2-17 (6-7) 
Young, E. F., and Field, W. T. 
In Young and Field literarv readers, v3, 
p233-40 
Anderson, Rasmus Bjom 

(tr.) Viking tales of the North. _ Scott $2 

1 he sagas of Thorstein, and of Fridthjof the 

Bold; tr. from the Icelandic by R. B. Anderson. — ■ 

Tegner's Fridthjof's saga; tr. from the Swedish 

by George Stephens 

Andersonville prison 

Booth, W: S., ed. Escape from Ander- 
sonville 
In Wonderful escapes by Americans, 
p229-50 (6-8) 
Stones 
Goss, W. L. 
In Jed, p287-337 (7-8) 
Andre, John 

Bancroft, G: Arnold's treason and An- 
dre's capture 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v7, pl39-49 (7) 
Barnard, C: Artist-soldier 

Iiu Revolutionary stories, retold from 
St. Nicholas, pl84-9 (S-6) 
., Heath, W: Execution of Andre 

In Hart and Hill's Camps and firesides 
of the revolution, p289-92 (6-8) 
\ Kirkland, Mrs. Arnold and Andre 
' 1)1. Johonnot's Stories of our country, 
pi 55-60 (4-6) 



Tossing, B. J: Two spies: Nathan Hale 
and John Andre. 1886 (7-8) 
Andrea del Sarto. See Sarto, Andrea del 
Andree, Salomon August 

Horton, E. Andree's balloon expedition 
to the Pole, 1897 
In Frozen North, pl49-53 (6-7) 
Andrews, Jane 

Each and all; or, The seven little sisters 
prove their sisterhood. Ginn *$1; *60c; 
.*50c (3-4) 

"Sequel to 'Seven little sisters.' " Washington 
Seven little sisters who live on the round 
ball that floats in the air. 1905 Ginn 
*$1; *60c; *50c (3-4) 

"Shows that all children of whatever race 
or color are brothers and sisters, and are helping 
each other without knowing it." Hewins 

Stories Mother Nature told her children. 
1888 Ginn *60c; *50'c (3-5) 

"About coal, amber, the frost, seeds and other 
things." Pratt 

Stories of my four friends. 1900 Ginn 
*60c; *40c (3-5) 

"Simple stories and sketches of nature and the 
four seasons, teaching children to observe and 
appreciate. Charmingly illustrated." N. Y. state 
lib. 

Ten boys who lived on the road from 
long ago to now. Ginn *60c; *50c 
(3-5) 

" 'A bird's-eye view of the progress of civili- 
zation.' Stories of Kablu, the Aryan boy; Darius, 
the Persian boy; Cleon, the Greek boy; Horatius, 
the Roman boy; Wulf, the Saxon boy; Gilbert, 
the knight's page; Roger, the English boy; Ezekiel 
Fuller, the Puritan boy; Jonathan Dawson, the 
Yankee boy, 1885." Washington 

Andrews, Marian. See Hare, Christopher, 

pseud. 
Andrews, Mrs. Mary Raymond Shipman 

Perfect tribute. 1908 Scribner *50c (7-8> 
"Story of Lincoln, his Gettysburg address, and 
a wounded Confederf;te boy in one of the Wash- 
ington hospitals." N. Y. city 

Androcles 

Baldwin, J. Androclus and the lion 
In Fifty famous stories retold, p87-91 
(2-4) 
Lang, A., ed. Androcles and the lion 
In Animal story book, p91-6 (5-6) 
Anecdotes 

Gallaher, J. E. Best Lincoln stories 
tersely told. 1898 (5-7) 
Anesthetics 

Morris, C: Horace Wells and the dis- 
coverers of anaesthesia 
In Heroes of progress in America, pl84- 
91 (7-8) 
Angelico, Fra 
Clement, C. E. 

In Stories of art and artists, p51-2 (7-8) 
Keysor, J. E. Fra Angelico 

In Great artists, v5, p49-101 (5-8) 
Steedman, A. Fra Angelico 
In Knights of art, pl3-19 (5-8) 
Angels of Buena Vista. Whittier, J: G. 

In World's story, vll, p519-23 
Anglo-Saxons 

Guerber, H. A. Anglo-Saxons; Laws of 
the Saxons 
In Story of the English, p31-4, 36-8 
(5-6^ 
Animal heroes. Seton, E. T. 
Animal houses. See Animals — Houses 



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CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



Animal life. See Bass, F. Stories of ani- 
mal life 
Animal secrets told. Brearley, H. C. 
Animal stories. See Animals — Stories 
Animal stories, retold from St. Nicholas. 
See St. Isicholas, Stories retold from 
Animal story book. Lang, A., ed. 
Animal tracks 

Beard, L. and A. B. 

In On the trail, pl6-20 (6-8) 
Carter, M. H., ed. Animal tracks in the 
snow 
In About animals, p49-56 (5-6) 
Eastman, C: A. Language of footprints 

In Indian scout talks, p25-33 (6-8) 
Seton, E. T. 
In Book of woodcraft, p370-90 (6-8) 

Animal trainer. Guigou, P. 

Animals 

Andrews, J. The winter sleep 
In Stories of my four friends, p89-100 
(3-5) 
Badlam, A. B. 

In Views in Africa, p250-318 .(6-7) 
Bass, F. Stories of animal life. 1912 

{2-3) 
Beard, L. and A. B. Making friends with 
the outdoor folk 
In On the trail, pll9-37 (6-8) 
Brearley, H. C. Aniinal secrets told; a 

book of "whys." 1911 (6-8) 
Buckley, A. B. Evening in a Brazilian 
forest 
/;;. Lane's Strange lands near home, 
p52-9 (5-6) 
Burroughs, J: Squirrels and other fur- 
bearers. 1900 (4-7) 
Carpenter, F. G: Some valuable fur- 
bearing animals 
In How the world is clothed, pl84-92 
(4-5) 
Cram, W: E. Little beasts of field and 

wood. 1899 (4-5) 
Cram, W: E. More little beasts of field 

and wood. 1912 (4-6) 
Darwin, C: 
In What Air. Darwin saw in his voyage 
round the -world in the ship "Bea- 
gle," p27-89 (5-8) 
Deming, T. O. Ainerican animal life. 

1916 
Du Chaillu, P. B. In African forest and 

jungle. 1903 (7-8) 
Du Chaillu, P. B. Lost in the jungle. 

1869 (6-7) 
Du Chaillu, P. B. Stories of the gorilla 

country. 1867 (5-7) 
Du Chaillu, P. B. Wild life under the 

equator (5-7) 
Du Chaillu, P. B. W^orld of the great 

forest. 1900 (5-7) 
Du Puy, W: A. Blacklisting animals 
In L^ncle Sam, wonder worker, pl82- 
97 (7-8) 
Eastman, C: A. How to make friends 
with wild animals; Language of foot- 
prints 
In Indian scout talks, pl5-33 (6-8) 
Eddy. S. T., ed. Friends and helpers. 
1899 (3-5) 



Frye, A. E. Animals that live by the 
brookside 
In Brooks and brook basins, pl04-13 
(4-6) . , 

Hamerton, P. G. Chapters on animals 

(6-8) J 

Hart, A. B., and Hazard, B. E. I 

In Colonial children, p59-63, 65-6, 71-89 • 
(5-7) 
Hook, S. L. Little people and their 
homes in meadows, woods and water 

(4-5) . , 

Hornaday, W: T. Two years in the 

jungle (7-8) 

Ingersoll, E. Wild neighbors. 1897 (5-7) 

Johonnot, J. Friends in feathers and 

fur, and other neighbors. 1884 (3-4) 

Johonnot, J., ed. Glimpses of the animate 

world (6-7) 
Johonnot, J. Neighbors with claws and 

hoofs, and their kin (5-6) 
Johonnot, J. Some curious flyers, creep- 
ers and swimmers (5-6) 
Johonnot, J., ed. Wild animals 

In Geographical reader, pl75-92 (7-8) 
Jordan, D: S., comp. True tales of birds 

and beasts. 1902 (5-6) 
Kelly, M. A. B. Short stories of our shy 

neighbors. 1896 (3-5) 
Lakes, A. Some Rocky mountain ani- 
mals 
/« Our country: West, p96-101 (4-6) 
Lang, A., ed. Red book of animal stories 

(6-7) 
Long, W: J. Little brother to the bear, 

and other animal stories. 1904 (5-7) 
Long, W: J. Secrets of the woods. 1902 

(4-7) 
Long, W: J. Ways of wood folk. 1899 

(4-7) 
Long, W: J. \\'ilderness ways. 1900 

(4-7) 
Long, W: J. Wood folk at school. 1903 

(5-7) 
Miller, O. T. Four-handed folk. 1896 

(5-6) 
Miller, O. T. Little folks in feathers and 

fur. 1910 (3-5) 
Monteith, J: and C. Some useful ani- 
mals and what they do for us. 1903 
(2-3) 
Out-of-door book 

In Children's hour, v7 (2-8) 
Pierson, C. D. Among the forest people 

(4-5) 
Pierson, C. D. Among the meadow peo- 
ple (3-4) 
Pliny. Boys' and girls' Pliny (7-8) 
Richards, L. E. H. Four feet, two feet 

and no feet (2-4) 
Rogers, J. E. Wild animals every child 

should know. 1911 (6-8) 
Roosevelt. T. Good hunting. 1907 (7-8) 
Schwartz, J. A. Wilderness babies. 1905 

(4-5) 
Sharp. D. L. Watcher in the woods. 1903 

(7-8) 
Stone, W., and Cram, W: E. America 

animals. 1905 (7-8) 
Taylor, B. Studies of animal nature 
In Bovs of other countries, p203-. 
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CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



17 



Animals ^Continued 

^'elvin, E. Behind the scenes with wild 
animals (7-8) 

Wood, C. D. Animals. 1912 (4-7) 

Wright, J. M. Seaside and wayside. 4v 
1896 (2-6) 

Wright, M. O. Four-footed i\mericans 
and their kin. 1898 (7-8) 

See also Birds; Fish; Fossils; Game; 
Hibernation; Hunting; Insects; Marine 
animals; Menageries; jNloUusks; Natu- 
ral history; Pets; Reptiles; Snakes; 
Taxidermy; Worms; also names of ani- 
mals, as Bears; Cats; Dogs; Horses; 
Monkeys 

Breeding 

Du Puy, W: A. Inventing new animals 
III Uncle Sam, wonder worker, pl05-13 
(7-8) 

Care 
Comstock, A. B. Pet book. 1914 (5-8) 
Miller, M. R. Raising domestic animals; 
Raising animals for pets 
In Outdoor work, p 100-240 (6-8) 
Verrill, A. H. Pets for pleasure and 
profit. 1915 (5-8) 

Domestic 

Blaich, L. R. Domestic animals of the 
United States 

In Three industrial nations, p223-43 
(6-8) 
Johnson, C. When mother lets us keep 

pets. 1911 (4-7) 
Johonnot, J. Book of cats and dogs, 

and other friends (1-2) 
Miller, M. R. Raising domestic animals 

In Outdoor work, plOO-202 (6-8) 
Morris, C: Home life in all lands. v3 

1911 (6-8) 
Pierson, C. D. Among the farmyard 

people (3-4) 
Westell, W. P. Boys' book of pets. 1915 
See also Animals; also names of do- 
mestic animals; as Cows 

Extinct 
Du Puy, W: A. Restoring prehistoric 
monsters 
In Uncle Sam, wonder worker, p40-5l 
(7-8) 
Lakes, A. Digging up a fossil monster 
In Our country: West, pl06-ll (4-6) 
Lang, A., ed. When the world was young 
In Red book of animal stories, pl77-95 
(6-7) 
Lankester, E. R. Extinct animals. 1905 

(8) 
Mix, J. I. Mighty animals. 1912 (4-6) 
See also Fossils 

Houses 
Adams, J. H: Pet shelters 

In Harper's outdoor book for boys, 
p29-51 (5-8) 
y Beard, D. C. Back-yard zoo 

In Jack of all trades, p33-47 (5-7) 
Beard, D. C. Zoo for the housetop or 
the backyard 
In Outdoor handy book, p239-44 (5-7) 



Foster, E. W. Housing of outdoor pets 
In Carpentry and woodwork, p4Sl-6 
(6-8) 
Verrill, A. H. Animal homes for the 
museum 
In Harper's book for young naturalists, 
pl55-60 (6-8) 
Wheeler, C: G. Houses for animals 
In Woodworking for beginners, pl26- 
40 (7-8) 

See also Aquariums; Bird houses; 
Terrariums 

Photography 

See Photography — Animals 

Pictures 

Aldin, C, il. Happy family. 6v (4-7) 
Billinghurst, P. J. Hundred anecdotes 

of animals. 1901 (4-5) 
Brooke, L. L., il. Johnny Crow's garden. 

1904 (1-2) 
Brooke, L. L., il. Johnny Crow's party 

(1-2) 
Carrick, V. More Russian picture tales 
Carrick, V. Picture tales 
Carrick, V. Still more Russian picture 

tales 
Deming, T. O. American animal life. 

1916 
Dugdale, F. E. Book of baby beasts 

(2-5) 
Guigou, P. Animal trainer. 1910 (1-3) 
Guigou, P. Animals in the ark 
Hurll, E. M. Animal pictures 

In How to show pictures to children, 
p84-96 
Kuril, E. M. Landseer. (Riverside art 

ser.) 1901 (7-8) 
Seton, E. T. Lobo, Rag, and Vixen. 

1899 (4-6) 
Wright, M. O. Four-footed Americans 

and their kin. 1898 (7-8) 
See also Photography — Animals 
Poetry 
Bellamy, B. W., and Goodwin, M. W., 
eds. 

In Open sesame, vl, p262-5, 269-78 
(3-5) 
Coates. H: T.. comp. Animals and birds 

/;; Children's book of poetry, pl77-278 
(3-5) 
Johonnot, J. Animals' ball 

1)1 Friends in feathers and fur, pl36-40 
(3-4) 
Lucas, E: V., comp. 

In Book of verses, p63-100 (3-8) 
See also names of animals, subhead 

Poetry; as Cats — Poetry 

Stories 

Baldwin, J. Horse fair (5-6) 

Baldwin, J. Wonder book of horses 

(4-6) 
Billinghurst, P. J. Hundred anecdotes of 

animals. 1901 (4-5) 
Breck, E: Wilderness pets at Camp Buck- 

shaw. 1910 (6-7) 
Brown, A. F. Book of saints and friendly 

beasts (5-6) 



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CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



Animals — Stories — Continued 

Burgess, T. W. Bedtime story-books 
(2-4) 
Ad\^ntures of Danny Meadow Mouse; Adven- 
tures of Grandfather Frog; Adventures of Jerry 
Muskrat; Adventures of Johnny Chuck; Adven- 
tures of Mr. Mocker; Adventures of Peter Cotton- 
tail; Adventures of Reddy Fox; Adventures of 
Unc' Billy Possum; Adventures of Chatterer the 
red squirrel; Adventures of Sammy Jay; Adven- 
tures of Buster Bear; Adventures of Old Mr. 
Toad; Adventures of Prickly Porky; Adventures 
of Old Man Coyote 

Burgess, T. W. Mother West Wind 

"how" stories (2-4) 
Burgess, T. W. Mother West Wind 

"whj^" stories (2-4) 
Burgess, T. W. Mother West Wind's 

animal friends (2-4) 
Burgess, T. W. Mother West Wind's 

children (2-4) 
Burgess, T. W. Mother West Wind's 

neighbors (2-4) 
Burgess, T. W. Old Mother West Wind 

(2-4) 
Burgess, T. W. Tommy and the wish- 

ing-stone (2-4) 
Caldwell, F. Wolf the storm leader 

(7-8) 
Carrick, V. More Russian picture tales 
Carrick, V. Picture tales 
Carrick, V. Still more Russian picture 

tales 
Carter, yi. H., ed. About animals; retold 

from St. Nicholas. 1904 (5-6) 
^ Chandler, K. In the reign of Coyote 

(4-5) 
Cooke, F. J. Nature myths and stories 

for little children (2-4') 
Craik, G. M. Bow-wow and Mew-mew 

(2-3) 
Craik, G. M. So-fat and Mew-mew (1-2) 
Darton, F. J. H. Wonder book of beasts 

(5-7) 
Du Chaillu. P. B. World of the great 

forest. 1900 (5-7) 
Eddv. S. T., ed. Friends and helpers. 

1899 (3-5) 
Fraser, W: A. Sa'-zada tales (6-8) 
Grahame. K. Wind in the willows (6-8) 
Harris, T. C. Daddy Jake, the runaway 

(4-7) " 
Harris, J. C. Little Mr. Thimblefinger 

and his queer country (4-6) 
Harris, J. C. Mr. Rabbit at home (4-6) 
Harris, J. C. Nights with Uncle Remus 

(5-8) 
Harris, J. C. 'Plantation pageants (6-8) 
Harris, J. C. Story of Aaron (5-7) 
Harris, J. C. Uncle Remus and his 

friends (4-8) 
Harris. J. C. Uncle Remus; his songs 

and his sayings (5-8) 
Hawkes, C. Little water-folks. 1907 

(6-8) 
Hawkes, C. Trail to the woods. 1907 

(5-6) 
Holbrook, F. Book of nature myths 

(2-3) 
Holton, S. Little stories of little animals 

for little children 
Johonnot, J. Friends in feathers and fur, 

and other neighbors. 1884 (3-4) 



Johonnot, J. Neighbors with claws and 
hoofs, and their kin (5-6) 

Johonnot, J. Some curious flyers, creep- 
ers and swimmers (5-6) 

Jordan, D: S., comp. True tales of birds 
and beasts. 1902 (5-6) 

Kelly, M. A. B. Short stories of our shy 
neighbors. 1896 (3-5) 

Kipling, R. Jungle book (4-6) 

Kipling, R. Just so stories (4-5) 

Kipling, R. Second jungle book (4-6) 

Lang, A., ed. Animal story book. 1896 
^5-7) 

Lang, A., ed. Red book of animal stories 
(6-7) 

Long, W : J. Little brother to the bear, 
and other animal stories. 1904 (5-7) 

Long, W: J. Secrets of the woods. 1902 
(4-7) 

Long, W: J. Ways of wood folk. 1899 
(4-7) 

Long, W : J. \\ ilderness ways. 1900 
(4-7) 

Long, W: T. Wood folk at school. 1903 
(5-7) 

McMurry, L. B., ed. Street musicians 
In Classic stories for the little ones, 
p54-62 (2-3) 

Paine, A. B. Hollow tree and deep woods 
book (4-6) 

Pierson, C. D. Among the farmyard peo- 
ple (3-4) 

Pierson, C. D. Among the forest people 
(4-5) 

Pierson, C. D. Among the meadow peo- 
ple (3-4) 

Potter, B. Peter Rabbit series (1-2) 

Contents: Tale of Peter Rabbit; Tale of Squir- 
rel Nutkin; Tailor of Gloucester; Tale of Benja- 
min Bunny; Tale of two bad mice; Tale of Mrs. 
Tigary- Winkle; Tale of Mr. Jeremy Fisher; Tale 
of Tom Kitten; Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck: 
Tale of the Flopsy Bunnies; Tale of Mrs. Tittle- 
Mouse; Tale of Timmy Tiptoes; Tale of Mr. 
Todd; Tale of Pigling Bland 

Poulsson, E. Through the farmyard 

gate (1-2) _ 
Pjde, K. Stories of humble friends (3-4) 
Reid, M. Afloat in the forest (6-8) 
Reid, M. Young voyageurs (6-8X 
Richards, L. E. H. Four feet, two feet 

and no feet (2-4) 
Richards, L. E. H. Joyous story of 

Toto (3-4) 
Richards, L. E. H. Toto's merry winter 

(3-4) 
Roberts, C: G: D. Heart of the ancient 

wood (8) 
Roberts, C: G: D. House in the water. 

1908 (7-8) 
Roberts, C: G: D. Kindred of the wild 

(7-8) 
Roberts, C: G: D. Kings in exile (7-8) 
Seton, E. T. Animal heroes. 1905 (5-8) 
Seton, E. T. Biography of a grizzly. 

1903 (6-8) 
Seton, E. T. Krag and Johnny Bear. 

1899 (4-6) 
Seton, E. T. Lives of the hunted. 1901 

(5-7) 
Seton, E. T. Lobo, Rag, and Vixen. 

1899 (4-6) 



CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



19 



Animals — Stories — Contiiiued 

Seton, E. T. Monarch, the big bear of 

Tallac. 1904 (5-6) 
Seton, E. T. Wild animal ways. 1916 
Seton, E. T. Wild animals I have known. 

1898 (5-8) 
Sharp, D. L. Bej^ond the pasture bars. 

1914 (4-6) 
Steel. F. A. W. Tales of the Punjab 

(6-8) 
Stowe, H. E. B. Queer little people (4-d) 
Valentine, L. J. Aunt Louisa's book of 

animal stories (3) 
Wesselhoeft, E. F. P. Flipwing, the spy 
(4-5) 

See also Fables; also names of ani- 
mals, subhead Stories, as Dogs — Sto- 
ries 

Training 
Bostock, F. C: Training of wild animals. 

1903 (5-8) 
— Same [excerpt] ; with title How to 
train a lion 
In Children's hour, v7, p333-46 (2-8) 
Carter, ]\1. H., ed. Wild-animal training 
In About animals, p67-73, 131-6 (5-6) 
Ingersoll, E. Animal training and ani- 
mal intelligence 
In Wild neighbors, pl57-85 (5-7) 
IMiller, M. R. Work and play with 
trained animals 
In Outdoor work, p241-70 (6-8) 
Mofifett, C. Wild-beast tamer 

In Careers of danger and daring, p293- 
347 (7-8) 
Tennents, J. E. Training elephants in 
Ceylon 
In Children's hour, v7, p381-92 _ (2-8) 
Velvin, E. Behind the scenes with wild 
animals (7-8) 

Treatment 
Babbitt. E. C, ed. Jataka tales (2-4) 
Cabot, E. L. Kindness to animals; Com- 
passion 
//( Ethics for children, p34-8, 110-12 
(1-6) 
Cabot, E. L., and others 

In Course in citizenship, p8-12 (1-8) 
Eddy, S. J., ed. Friends and helpers. 
■ 1899 (3-5) 

Garrison, W. P. Kindness to animals 
In Parables for school and home, pl3-19 
(6-7) 
Jarvis, J. The farmer and the birds 
/;; Poulsson's In the child's world, 
p325-9 (1-2) 
Peabody, E. P. Little worm that was 
glad to be alive 
In Poulsson's In the child's world, 
p272-4 (1-2) 
Richards, L. E. H. Dog hospital 

In Four feet, two feet and no feet, p229 
(2-4) 

Sewell, A. Black Beauty (3-6) 
Stowe, H. E. B. Aunt Esther's rules 

In Queer little people, pl52-7 (4-5) 
Thaxter, C. Little Gustava; verse 

/;; Poulsson's In the child's world, p329- 
30 (1-2) 



Water 
Buckley, A. B. Eyes and no eyes, v2. 

1900 
Duncan, F. M. and L. T. Insect life in 

pond and stream. 1914 (5-8) 
Hawkes, C. Little water-folks. 1907 (6-8) 
Johonnot, J., ed. Low life in the sea; 
Higher life in waters 
In Glimpses of the animate world, p54- 
100 (6-7) 
Verrill, A. H. Fresh water animals; Ma- 
rine animals 
In Bov collector's handbook, pl40-90 
(5-8) 
See also Aquariums; Barnacles; Co- 
ral; Crabs; Crawfish; Crocodiles; Cut- 
tlefish; Fish; Jellyfish; Manatees; Ma- 
rine animals; Mollusks; Oysters; Sala- 
manders; Sea-anemones; Sea cucum- 
bers; .Sea urchins; Sponges; Starfish; 
Whales and whaling 
Animals in poetry. See Animals — Poetry 
Animals in the ark. Guigou, P. 
Annabel Lee. Poe, E. A. 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
_plll-12 
Annapolis. See L'nited States naval acad- 
emy, Annapolis 
Anne, queen of England 

Farmer, L. H. Queen Anne 
In Girls" book of famous queens, p263- 
82 (7-8^ 
Anne of Avonlea. Montgomery, L. M. 
Anne of Green Gables. Montgomery, L. M 
Anne's terrible good nature. Lucas, E: V. 
Anniversaries. See Holidays 
Another book of verses for children. Lu- 
cas, E: v., comp. 
Another brownie book. Cox, P. 
Another fairy reader. Baldwin, J. 
Ant-eaters 

Johonnot, J. Grubbers for ants 
In Some curious flyers, creepers and 
swimmers, pl61-70 (5-6) 
Ant-lions 

Weed, C. M. Ambushed bandit; Life his- 
tory of the ant-lion 
In Stories of insect life, vl, p28-32 
(4-5) 
Antarctic regions 

Hale, E: E., ed. The Antarctic conti- 
nent? 
In Stories of discovery, p260-87 (6-8) 
Maclean, J. K. Heroes of the farthest 
North and farthest South. 1914 (6-8) 
South Pole 

/;(. World's story, v8, p559-83 
Synge. M. B. Quest for the South Pole 

In Book of discovery, p536-44 
Turley, C: Voyages of Captain Scott. 

1915 (7-8) 
Verne, J. 

In Great explorers of the 19th century, 
p321-57 (7-8) 
Antelopes 

Johonnot, J. Agile dwellers of mountain 
and plain 
In Neighbors with claws and hoofs, 
pl95-203 (5-6) 



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CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



Antelopes — Continued 
Roosevelt, T. 

In Good hunting, p67-77 (7-8) 
Wright, M. O. On the plains 

In Four-footed Americans, p262-6 (7-8) 

Anthony, Saint 

Chenoweth, C. V. Hermit saints 
In Stories of the saints, p2l7-24 (5-6) 

Anthony, Susan Brownell 

Horton, E. Susan B. Anthony 
In Group of famous women, p 143-9 
(6-8) 
Morris, C: Susan B. Anthony, the old 
guard of woman suffrage 
In Heroes of progress in America, 
p232-8 (7-8) 
Ward, L. A. C. Susan B. Anthony, who 
worked to get justice for women 
In Young and Field literar}^ readers, v5, 
p295-303 

Anthropology. See Man 

Antigone 

Mabie, H. W., and Stephens, K., eds. 
Antigone 
In Heroines that every child should 
know, p 18-32 (6-7) 

Antin, Mary 

Promised land. 1912 Houghton *$1.75 

"What this country means to a girl who came 
from Russia to free schools, free libraries, and 
college." Hewins 

Biography 

Wade, M. H. B. IMary Antin, a pilgrim 
from Russia 
In Pilgrims of today, pi 12-41 (6-8) 

Anti-toxins 

Jewett, F. G. Some safeguards against 
epidemics 
In Town and city, pi 74-83 (7-8) 

Antony, Mark 

Guerber, H. A. Antony and Cleopatra 
In Story of the Romans, pl92-7 (6-8) 

Plutarch. ]\Ian who looked like Hercules 
In Gould's Children's Plutarch; tales 
of the Romans, pl53-61 

Ants 

Badlam, A. B. Ants of Africa 

In Views in Africa, p313-18 (6-7) 
Bass, F. An ant's story 

In Stories of animal life, pi 17-24 (2-3) 
Comstock, A. B. Lubbock ant nest 

In Pet book, p286-91 (5-8) 
Du Chaillu, P. B. 

In World of the great forest, p73-90, 
284-90 (5-7) 
Hagen, H. A. White ants 

In Weed's Insect world, p54-62 (5-6) 
Hook, S. L. Ant's story 

In Little people, pl67-82 (4-5) 
Johonnot, J., ed. 

In Glimpses of the animate world, 
plOl-9, 128-37 (6-7) 
Johonnot, J., ed. Bashikonay or army ant 

In Geographical reader, pll7-21 (7-8) 
Kelly, M. A. B. Moving day 

In Short stories of our shy neighbors, 
pi 14-22 (3-5) 



Lane, M. A. L. and M., eds. Ant's story 
In All the year round, v4, p90-2 (3-4) 
Lang, A., ed. Stories about ants 

In Animal story book, p82-7 (5-7) 
Miller, O. T. Houses a mile high 
In Little folks in feathers and fur, 
pl69-71 (3-5) 
Morley, M. W. 

In Insect folk, v2, p247-59 (3-4) 
Pierson, C. D. Ant that wore wings 
In Among the meadow people, p37-41 
(3-4) 
Wood, C. D. 

In Animals, pl76-9 (4-7) 
Wright, J. M. 

In Seaside and wayside, v2, pl-39 (3) 
Stories 
Avebury, J: L. Anecdotes about ants 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v6, p39-45 (6) 
Bertelli, L. Prince and his ants (4-6) 
Cook, A. Mrs. Flyaway 
In Poulsson's In the child's world, 
p361-5 (1-2) 
Eddy, S. J., ed. Little black slave 

In Friends and helpers, pll4-20 (3-5) 
Millard, B. Battle of the ants 

In Jordan's True tales of birds and 
beasts, plOO-10 (5-6) 
Pyle, K. Story of a slave 
In Stories of humble friends, p77-98 
(3-4) 
Thoreau, H: D. Battle of the ants 

In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v6, p46-9 (6) 

Apache gold. Altsheler, J. A. 

Apauk, caller of buffalo. Schultz, J. W. 

Apes 

Du Chaillu, P. B. The five apes, or men 
of the woods 
In World of the great forest, pl20-55, 
191-209. 309-22 (5-7) _ 
Johonnot, J. Tailless tree-climbers of the 
wilds 
In Neighbors with claws and hoofs, 
p246-53 (5-6) 
Lang, A., ed. Games of orang-outangs, 
and Kees the baboon 
In Red book of animal stories, p206-23 
(6-7) 
]\Iiller, O. T. Story of a wild baby 
In Little folks in feathers and fur, p48- 
50 (3-5) 
See also Baboons; ]\Ionkej^s 
Stories 
Johonnot, J. Remus Crowley and his 
habits 
In Neighbors with claws and hoofs, 
p254-6 (5-6) 
Miller. O. T. Four-handed folk. 1896 
(5-6) 

Apple trees 

Beecher, H: W. Apple trees in love 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v7, p235-7 (7) 

Stokes, S. Apple tree 
In Ten common trees, p25-33 (4-5) 



CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



21 



Apple trees — Continued 
Poetry 
Bryant, W: C. Planting of the apple 
tree 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v4, p91-4 
Our holidays, pl77-80 
Riverside readers, v5, pi 13-15 
Child, L. M. Apple-seed John 
In Poulsson's In the child's world, p59- 
61 (1-2) 
Apples 

Beard, L. and A. B. Funny little apple 
toys 
In Indoor and outdoor recreations for 
girls, p206-14 (6-7) 
Carpenter, F. G: Apples 
In Foods, p229-36 (S-6) 
Rogers, J. E. 

In Book of useful plants, p207-10 
Tappan, E. M. Story of an apple 

In Farmer and his friends, pl5-21 (5-6) 
See also Apple trees 
Appleseed Johnny. See Chapman, Jona- 
than 

April 

Poetry 

Arnold, E. G. In April 

In Lovejoy's Nature in verse, p39 
(4-7) 
Browning, R. Home thoughts from 
abroad 
In Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 
p336 (5-7) 
Clara, Aunt. April 
In Boston collection of kindergarten 
stories, p45-6 (2-3) 
Freeman, M. E. W. April song 
In Eddy's Friends and helpers, pi 10 
(3-5) 
Reese, L. W. April weather 
In Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 
p335-6 (5-7) 
Richards, L. E. H. April and the children 
In Five minute stories, pl63-4 (1-3) 
April baby's book of tunes. Arnim, M. A. B. 
April foors day 

Beard, L. and A. B. First of April 
In American girl's handy book, p3-ll 
(5-7) 
Wells, C. How to celebrate April fool's 
day 
In Rainy day diversions, pl76-81 (5-8) 
Aquariums 

Adams, J. H: An aquarium 

In Harper's outdoor book for boys, 
pl4-24 (5-8) 
Beard, D. C. 
In American boy's handy book, p44-68 
(5-7) 
Beard, D. C. How to make a land and 
water aquarium, and how to make 
and stock a vivarium 
In Handicraft for outdoor boys, p70-83 
New ideas for out of doors, p70-83 
(6-8) 
Bullivant, C. H: How to make a fresh- 
water aquarium 
In Every boy's book of hobbies, p388- 
91 (7-8) 



Campbell, H. L. The aquarium; A ma- 
rine aquarium 
In American girl's home book, p215-24 
(5-7) 
Comstock, A. B. Aquaria 

In Pet book, p224-5 (5-8) 
Duncan, F. M. How to make and stock 
an aquarium 
In Seashore, p247-55 (5-8) 
Eggeling, O., and' Ehrenberg, F: Fresh 
water aquarium and its inhabitants. 
1908 

Johnson, C. The aquarium 

In when mother lets us keep pets, 
p91-5 (4-7) 
Kelley, L. E. An aquarium 
In Three hundred things a bright girl 
can do, p543-7 (7-8) 
Paret, A. P., ed. Salt and fresh water 
aquariums 
In Harper's handy-book for girls, 
p302-13 (7-8) 
Smith, E. New aquarium and how to 

care for it. 1902 
Verrill, A. H. Fresh- water aquariums; 
Salt-water aquariums 
In Pets for pleasure and profit, p321-46 
(5-8) 
Westell, W. P. Aquaria 

In Boys' book of pets, p208-16 
See also Fish 

Aquatic animals. See Animals — Water; 
Marine animals 

Aquatic sports. See Water sports 

Aqueducts 

Bond, A. R. "Water-cure" for a flattened 
pipe 
In On the battle front of engineering, 
p55-68 (7-8) 
Williams, x\. Aqueducts 

/n How it is done, p272-303 (7-8) 
Williams, A. Dams and aqueducts 

In Romance of modern engineering, 
p55-81 (7-8) 
See also Catskill aqueduct 
Arabella and Araminta stories. Smith, G. 

Arabia 

Arabia 

In World's story, v3, p485-542 

Description and travel 
Carpenter, F. G: Arabia, or life in the 
desert; In an Arabian village; Mecca 
and Medina 
In Asia, p333-47 {6-7) 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: Arabia 

In Asia, p46-55 (5-7) 
Smith, M. C. Home of the Arab 
In Life in Asia, p273-86 (6-7) 
Folklore 
Arabian nights' entertainments; selected 
and ed. by A. Lang (4-6) 
For other editions of Arabian nights, see Ara- 
bian nights' entertainments 

Social life and customs 
Andrews, J. Gemila, the child of the 
desert 
In Seven little sisters, p23-42 (3-4) 



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CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



Arabia — Social life and customs— Continued 
Andrews, J. What was Gemila doing all 
this time? 
In Each and all, p51-80 (3-4) 
Chance, L. M. Ahmed 
In Little folks of many lands, p67-bl 
(2-4) 
Mansfield, B. M. Our little Arabian 

cousin. 1907 (5-6) 
Shaw, E: R: Arabia 
In Big people and little people of other 
lands, p25-36 (3-4) 
Starr, F: Arabs 

In Strange peoples, pll8-23 (5-6) 
Strong, F. L.. ed. Hassan 
In All the year round, v2, p/1-3 (3-4) 

Stories 

French, H. W. Lance of Kanana (6-8) 
Laboulaye, E. R. L. Quest of the four- 
leaved clover (8) 
Arabian nights' entertainments 

"The best edition for children is that edited 
by Dixon [*$2.so].i Another attractive edition is 
prepared by Wiggin and Smith, and illustrated by 
Parrish. Editions for children are usually based 
on the French version by Galland, and though 
romantic and charming, are not truly Oriental. 
If possible the translation from the Cairo text, by 
E. W. Lane, should be read aloud to the chil- 
dren. This last version has a breadth and 
strength that is not in Galland. It pictures the 
life in the deserts and cities of the Orient, and 
it relates its wonders with a dignity and definite- 
ness of picturesque detail that convinces the im- 
agination. The drawings by Harvey are delight- 
ful and appropriate." Olcott 
Arabian nights; ed. by W. H. D. Rouse; 

il. by Walter Paget. Button $2.50'; 

Household ed $2 (4-6) 

"Brief and simple version of the most popular 
tales with beautiful illustrations, some in color, 
some in half-tone and many in text." Wis. free 
lib. com. 
Arabian nights; il. by W. Heath Robin- 
son, Helen Stratton and others. Dodge 

$1.50 (4-6) 
Arabian nights: their best known tales; 

ed. by K. D. Wiggin and N. A. Smith; 

il. in colour by Maxfield Parrish. 

Scribner *$2.25 (4-6) 

Contents: Talking bird, the singing tree and 
the golden water; Story of the fisherman and the 
genie; History of the young king of the Black 
isles; Story of Gulnare of the sea; Story of Alad- 
din; or, The wonderful lamp; Story of Prince 
Agib; Story of the city of brass; Story of AH 
Baba and the forty thieves; History of Codadad 
and his brothers; Story of Sinbad the voyager 

"Twelve full-page plates, individual, highly im- 
aginative, and unsurpassed in richness of color." 
Pittsburgh 

"The ten tales chosen are the best for chil- 
dren. . . . Some of the stories are not so well 
told for children as in the Lang version." A. L. 
A. bkl. 

Arabian nights' entertainments; based on 
a translation from the Arabic by E. W. 
Lane; ed. for young people by F. J. 
Olcott. Holt *$1.50 (4-6) 

"A selection of stories, chosen from the Lang 
edition except the last two, Ali Baba and Alad- 
din, which are from the translation by Scott. 
The illustrations are less interpretive of the spirit 
of the stories than those by Robinson and Par- 
rish." Cleveland 

"Best edition for a children's library." A. L. 
A. bkl. 

^ Now out of print. 



Arabian nights' entertainments; selected 
and ed. by Andrew Lang. Longmans 
*$1 (4-6) 

"Twenty-six stories, including Aladdin, Sindbad 
the sailor. Fisherman, etc., well edited, printed 
and illustrated." N. Y. state lib. 
Fairy tales from the Arabian nights; ed. 
by E. Dixon; il. by J. D. Batten. Put- 
nam *$1.25 

"Reprint of an edition noteworthy because of 
its illustrations. Though the plates are some- 
what worn, the type is still readable; the narrower 
margins have resulted in a lighter weight book, 
easier for circulation." A. L. A. bkl. 

"The Putnam edition is the text of Galland 
and is more complete than the Dutton edition." 
A. L. A. bkl. 

More tales from the Arabian nights; ed. 
by F. J. Olcott, and il. in color by 
Willy Pogany. Holt *$1.50' (4-6) 

"Supplements her other volume. Thirty-three 
tales (exclusive of settings) based on the trans- 
lation by Lane except two, the 'Story of Ahmed' 
and 'Story of the Princess Periezade,' which are 
from Scott's translation of Galland's version. 
Some stories are familiar and some are not." 
N. Y. state lib. 
Selected stories from the Arabian nights; 
ed. by Samuel Eliot. Houghton *50c 
(4-5) 

Contents: Story of the fisherman; Story of the 
three sisters; Story of Prince Ahmed; Story of 
Aladdin; or, the Wonderful lamp; Story of Ali 
Baba and the forty robbers; Story of Sindbad the 
sailor 

"Six of the stories most popular with children 
and best adapted to reading in schools. A useful 
edition, with large clear type and strong binding 
but unattractively illustrated with old woodcuts." 
A. L. A. bkl. 
Stories from the Arabian nights. Hough- 
ton (Riverside school lib.) hf lea *60c; 
. (Riverside lit. ser.) *40c (3-5) 

"Thirteen of the best of the stories, carefully 
edited." Prentice and Power 

Stories from the Arabian nights; retold 
by Laurence Houseman; with [24] 
drawings by Edmund Dulac. Doran 
*$1.50 (4-6) 

Contents: Ali Baba and the forty thieves; 
Story of the wicked half-brothers; Story of the 
princess of Deryabar; Story of the magic horse; 
Fisherman and the genie; Story of the king of 
the Ebony isles 

Doran also carries an edition with 50 Dulac 
drawings at *$5 

"The pictures are strictly Oriental in tone. . . . 
Persia has suggested most of the dress and the 
architecture, with here and there a touch of Cairo 
or Damascus. . . . The scenery belongs to fairy- 
land or Mr. Rackham's land. But the triumph of 
the art lies in its suggestion of rnarvel, of magic, 
in every line. The only criticism ... is that 
there is too much striving after the grotesque. 
. . . This curious atmosphere of magic, never 
more brilliantly suggested than in these delight- 
ful drawings, enters especially into the scenes in 
the 'Story of the king of the Ebony isles.' " 
Athenaeum 
Tales from the Arabian nights' enter- 
tainments 
In Scudder's Children's book, p211-309 
(2-5) 
See also Ali Baba 

Books about 
Adams, O. F. Arabian nights 

In Dear old story-tellers, p26-38 (6-8) 
Mitchell, D. G. Arabian nights 
In About old story-tellers, p42-72 (6-8) 
Arachne 

Baldwin, J. The wonderful weaver 
In Old Greek stories, p40-5 (3-5) 
Cooke, F. J. Arachne 1 

In Nature myths, pl9-21 (2-4) 1 



CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



23 



Aratus 

Plutarch. Up the scaling-ladders 
In Gould's Children's Plutarch; tales 
of the Greeks, pl42-9 

Araucanians 

Carpenter, F. G: Southern Chile and the 
Araucanians 
In South America, pl37-44 (5-6) 
Winter, N. O. Unconquerable Arauca- 
nians 
In World's story, vll, p336-40 

Arbitration, International 

Carnegie. A. Peace versus war 
In Barstow's Progress of a united peo- 
ple, pi 79-87 (4-8) 
Gould, F: J. Life on the ocean wave 

In Heroes of peace, pl3-21 (5-8) 
Marriott, C. Uncle Sam, peacemaker 
In Uncle Sam's business, p84-90 (7-8) 
See also Peace; Treaties 

Arblay, Mme. Frances (Burney) d' 

Holland, R. S. Fanny Burney 
In Historic girlhoods, pl36-51 (6-8) 

Plays 

Frank, M. AI. Miss Burney at court 
In Short plavs about famous authors, 
p65-95 '(8) 

Arbor day 

Beard, D. C. How to celebrate Appleseed 
Johnny's day 
In Boy pioneers, pl8-33 (5-8) 
Horsford, I. M. 

In Stories of our holidavs, p79-81 (1-2) 
Schauffler, R. H., ed. Arbor day. 1909 

(5-8) 
Skinner, C: R. Arbor day manual 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
Arbor day 
In Days and deeds: prose, pl04-18 
(5-7) 
Wells, C. How to celebrate Arbor day 
In Rainy day diversions, pl88-93 (5-8) 
See also Forestry; Nature poetry; 
Trees; also names of trees, as Apple 
trees; also Chapman, Jonathan 

Plays 
Bayles, M. B. Crowning of the dryads 
In Liitkenhaus' Plays for school chil- 
dren, pl91-206 (5-8) 

Poetry 
Baldwin, J., ed. 

In Harper's school speaker, vl, pll-34 
(5-7) 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
Arbor day 
In Davs and deeds: verse, p95-104 
(5-7) 

Arbor day manual. Skinner, C: R. 

Arbutus 

Belknap, C. E. Indian legend of the 
trailing arbutus 
In Poulsson's In the child's Avorld, 
p375-7 (1-2) 
Skinner, A. M. and E. L., comps. Le- 
gend of trailing arbutus 
In Emerald story book, pllS-19 (5-7) 



Whittier, J: G. Trailing arbutus; poem 
In Lovejoy's Nature in verse, p51-2 
(4-7) 
Arc, Joan of. See Joan of Arc 
Archeology 

Dopp, K. E. Early cave-men. 1904 

(2-3) 
Dopp, K. E. Later cave-men. 1906 

(2-3) 
Holbrook, F. Cave, mound, and lake 
dwellers. 1911 (4-5) 

See also Cave dwellers; Cliff dwell- 
ers; Man, Prehistoric; Mound builders; 
Sphinx; Tombs 
Archer, Effie Archer 

Needlecraft. (Work and play books) 
1911 Doubleday *$1 (6-8) 

"Includes different kinds of embroidery, easy 
lace stitches, stenciling, leather work, drawn-work, 
crocheting, knitting and bead work." Pittsburgh 

Archer and the "Prophet." Brown, E. A. 
Archery 

Beard, D. C. 
In American boy's handy book, p416- 
20 (5-7) 
Campbell, H. L. Archery and other 
games 
III American girl's home book, pl75-83 
(5-7) 
Hall, A. N. 

In Boy craftsman, p236-42 (6-8) 
Kelland, C. B., ed. Bow and arrow 
In American boys' workshop, pl25-36 
(6-8) 
Kelley, L. E. 

In Three hundred things a bright girl 
can do, p432-9 (7-8) 
Thompson, M. Bow and its use; An 
archer among the herons 
In Boys' book of sports, pl77-96 {6-7) 
Verrill, A. H. Indian bows and arrows 
In Boys' outdoor vacation book, pll4- 
32 (5-8) 
Archimedes 

Johonnot, J., ed. Archimedes 

In Stories of the olden time, pl50-4 
(6-7) . ^ 

Plutarch. Engines of Archimedes 

In White's Boys' and girls' Plutarch, 
p370-4 
Architecture 

Barstow, C: L. Famous buildings. 1915 

(8) 
Carpenter, F. G: How the world is 

housed. 1911 (5-7) 
First steps in architecture 

In Three hundred and one things a 
bright girl can do, pl45-60 
Mead, L. A. A little talk about archi- 
tecture 
In Stories of the ancient world, retold 
from St. Nicholas. p53-68 (5-8) 
Warner, C: F. Story of a house 
In Home decoration, p3-33 (6-8) 

See also Bridges; Bungalows; Gate- 
ways; Houses; Skyscrapers; Temples 

Arctic regions 

Adventures in the frozen North; North 
Pole 
In World's storv, v8, p487-557 



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Arctic regions — Continued 
Baldwin, J. In Arctic seas 
In American book of golden deeds, 
p201-9 (4-6) 
Borup, G: Tenderfoot with Peary. 1915 

(7-8) 
Bull, ]. B. Fridtjof Nansen. 1899 (5-7) 
Church, A. J: White North 
In Stories from English history, p628- 
35 (6-8) 
Du Chaillu, P. B. Land of the long 

night. 1899 (6-8) 
Eggleston, E: Doctor Kane in the frozen 
sea 
In Stories of great Americans, pl32-40 
(2-4) 
Greely, A. W. True tales of Arctic hero- 
ism in the new world. 1912 
Hale, E: E., ed. Northwest passage 
' lit Stories of discovery, pl67-87 (6-8) 
Harvey, M. Home of the icebergs 
In Lane's Strange lands near home, 
pl27-34 (5-6) 
Horton, E. Frozen North. 1904 (6-7) 
Ingersoll, E. Secrets won from the 
frozen North 
In Book of the ocean, p77-105 (6-8) 
Johnson, W: H: Earliest seekers of a 
Northeast passage; Earliest seekers of 
a Northwest passage 
In World's discoverers, pl89-208 (7-8) 
Johonnot, J., ed. Arctic regions 

In Geographical reader, plOl-12 (7-8) 
Kane, E. K. Adrift in the Arctic ice pack. 

1915 (7-8) 
Kane, E. K. Dr. Kane to the rescue 

In Children's hour, v8, p264-74 (2-8) 
KJng, C: F. A frozen region 

In Picturesoue geographical readers, v2, 

pl-12 (4) 

Maclean, J. K. Heroes of the farthest 

North and farthest South. 1914 (6-8) 

Nansen, F. Farthest North (6-8) 

Peary, J. D. Children of the Arctic. 

1903. (3-5) 
Peary, J. D. Snow baby. 1902 (2-4) 
Peary, R. E. and M. A. Snowland folk. 

1904 (4-5) 
Scandlin, C. Hans the Eskimo. 1903 

(3-4) 
Schwatka. F: Children of the cold. 1902 

(4-6) 
Smith, M. E. E. Eskimo stories (2-3) 
Verne, J. 

In Great explorers of the 19th century, 
p358-78 (7-8) 
Yonge, C. M. Rescue party 

In Johonnot's Stories of other lands. 
p220-32 (4-6) 
See also Alaska; Antarctic regions; 
Eskimos; Glaciers; Greenland; Ice- 
bergs; also Franklin. Sir John; Greely, 
Adolphus Washington; Kane, Elisha 
Kent; Nansen, Fridtjof; Peary, Robert 
Edwin; Schwatka, Frederick 
Stories 
Hayes, I: I. Cast away in the cold (6-7) 

Argentine republic 
Argentine republic 

In World's story, vll, p423-37 



Description and travel 
Carpenter, F. G: Argentina * 

In South America, pl67-200 (5-6) 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: Argentine 
republic; INIetropolis of the southern 
hemisphere 
In South America, p67-87 (5-7) 
Markwick, W: F., and Smith, W: A. 
In South American republics, p221-72 
(5-7) 
Pratt. C: H. Argentine capital 

In Lane's Strange lands near home, 
p97-106 (5-6) 

Argonauts 

Burt. M. E., and Ragozin, Z. A., eds. 

Jason, the hero of Thessaly 
, In Herakles and other heroes, p60-78 

(4-5) 
Church, A. J: Story of the Argo 

In Stories of the old world, p7-46 (5-7) 
Cox, G: W: Phrixos and Helle; Medeia 
In Tales of ancient Greece, pll5-25 (8) 
Francillon, R. E. Golden fleece 

In Gods and heroes, p205-33 (4-5) 
Guerber, H. A. 
In IMyths of Greece and Rome,. p263-74 
(7-8) 
Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Jason 
and the golden fleece 
In Famous men of Greece, p52-61 
(5-7) 
Kingsley, C: Argonauts 

In Heroes, p94-224 (4-6) 
Morris, C: 

In Historical tales: Greek, p23-32 (7-8) 

Niebuhr, B. G. Story of the Argonauts 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v4, 

pl05-l_2 

Scudder's Children's book, p441-4 

(2-5) 

Arion 

Baldwin, J. Saved by a dolphin 
In Fifty famous people, pll3-17 (1-3) 

Aristides 

Plutarch 
In Gould's Children's Plutarch; tales of 
the Greeks, pl6-23 
Weston's Plutarch's Lives for boys 

and girls, pl-21 
White's Boys' and girls' Plutarch, 
p288-304 (5-8) 

Aristophanes 

Chorus from The birds 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p52-5 (7-8) 

Arizona 

James, G: W. 

In Little journey to some strange 
places and peoples in our south- 
western land, p202-69 (5-8) 
See also Natural bridge, Arizona; Pet- 
rified forest of Arizona 

Arkansaw bear. Paine, A. B. 

Arkwright, Richard 

Holland, R. S. Arkwright and the spin- 
ning-jenny 
In Historic inventions, p84-95 (5-8) 



CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



Arkwright, Richard — Continued 

Towle, G: M. Inventors of cotton-ma- 
chinery 
In Heroes and martyrs of invention, 
p75-83 (6-7) 
Armada. See Spanish Armada 
Armadillos 

Miller, O. T. Droll little coats of mail 
In Little folks in feathers and fur, 
p30-2 (3-5) 

Armenia 

Wade, M. H. B. Our little Armenian 
cousin. 1905 (4-6) 
Arminius, prince of the Cherusci 
Stories 
Schmidt, F. Herman and Thusnelda 
(6-7) 
Armor plate 

Williams, A. Armor plates and big guns 
In How it is made, p263-73 (7-8) 
Armourer's prentices. Yonge, C. M. 
Armstrong, Douglas B. 

Boys' book of stamp collecting. 1914 
Stokes *$1.75 (6-8) 

"Includes chapters on the manufacture and 
history of postage stamps, famous stamp Unds 
and special collections. Illustrated." Pittsburgh 

Armstrong, Samuel Chapman 
Faris, J: T. 
In Winning their way, p334-41 (7-8) 

Mowry, W: A: and B. S. Samuel C. 
Armstrong 
In American pioneers, p306-17 (5-7) 
Army, United States. See United States — 

Army 

Army life 

Johnston, C: H. L. Famous cavalry lead- 
ers. 1908 (6-8) 

Stories 

Johnson, H. S: Williams on service (7-8) 

King, C: Campaigning with Crook (7-8) 

King, C: To the front (7-8) 

Seawell, M. E. Through thick and thin 
(6-7) 
Arnauld, Angelique 

Lang, L. B. Little abbess 
In Red book of heroes, p246-80 (6-8) 

Arnim, Mary Annette (Beauchamp), grafin 
von 

April baby's book of tunes. Macmillan 
*$1.50 (2-3) 

With the story of how they came to be written. 
Colored illustrations by Kate Greenaway 

Arnold, Mrs. Augusta Foote 

Sea beach at ebb tide. 1901 Century 
*$2.40 (7-8) ^ 

"How to know the queer and interesting 
things which live and grow under the sea." 
Pratt 

Arnold, Benedict 

Bancroft, G: Arnold's treason and An- 
dre's capture 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v7, pl39-49 (7) 
Blaisdell, A. F., and Ball, F. K. Midwin- 
ter campaign 
In Hero stories from American history, 
pl8-3S, 124 (5-7) 



Johonnot, J., ed. Arnold and Andre; 
Champe 
In Stories of our country, pl55-65 (4-6) 
Morris, C: Benedict Arnold and his bril- 
liant defence of Lake Champlain 
/h Heroes of the navy, p65-74 (6-8) 

Arnold, Emma Josephine 

Stories of ancient peoples. 1901 Am. 
bk. *50c (5-8) 

Arnold, Matthew 

Emerson 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p234-9 (7-8) 
Epoch ends, the world is still 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p299-300 (7-8) 
Forsaken inerman 

In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, vl, p241-6 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p333-8 (7-8) 
Geist's grave 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p285-8 (7-8) 
Philomela 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p66-7_ (7-8) 
Poor Matthias 

In Norton's Heart ' of oak books, v7, 
p56-62 (7-8) 
Self-dependence 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
_ p330-l (7-8) 
Thyrsis 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p308-16 (7-8) 
(ed.) Wordsworth, W: Poems 

Arnold, Sarah Louise, and Gilbert, Charles 
Benajah 

(eds.) Stepping stones to literature. 
lOv Silver vl *30c; v2 *40c; v3 *50'c; 
v4-10 ea *60c (1-8) 

Arnold, Thomas 

Bolton, S. K. Thomas Arnold 
In Famous leaders among men, pl49-74 
(7-8) 
Arnold's little brother. Brown, E. A. 
Around the end. Barbour, R. H: 
Around the world. Tolman, S. W. C, and 

others 
Around the world in eighty days. Verne, 

J. 
Around the world in the sloop Spray. 

Slocum, J. 
Around the world in the yacht "Sunbeam." 

Brassey, A. 
Arrival of Jimpson. Barbour, R. H: 
Arrow and the song; poem. Longfellow, 
H: W. 
In Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 
p373 (5-7) 

Art 

Caffin. C: H: Guide to pictures. 1908 
(7-8) 

Champlin, J: D., ed. Young folks' cyclo- 
pedia of literature and art. 1901 

Clement, C. Stories of art and artists 
(7-8) 



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Art — Continued 

Conway, A. E. and M. Children's book 
of art. 1909 (6-8) 

Head, R. How to enjoy pictures. 1914 
(7-8) 

Steedman, A. Knights of art. 1907 
(5-8) 

Whitcomb, I. P. \ oung people's story 
of art. 1906 (7-8) 

See also China painting; Clay model- 
ing; Coins; Costume; Decoration and 
ornament; Design; Drawing; Embroid- 
ery; Enamel; Etching; Furniture; 
Glass; Handicraft; House decoration; 
Illumination of manuscripts and books; 
Ironwork; JcAvelry; Lace; Leather 
work; Painting; Paper work; Pho- 
tography; Pictures; Pottery; Pyrogra- 
ph}-; Readers, Art; Stencil work; Wood 
carving 

Study and teaching 

Froelich, H. B., and Snow, B. E. Text 
books of art education. 8v 
Art, Greek. See Sculpture 
Art crafts for beginners. Sanford, F. G. 
Art literature readers. Grover, E. O., and 

Chutter, F. E. 
Artesian wells 

Benjamin, S. G. W. Artesian wells 
In Lane's Triumphs of science, pl38-46 
(5-6) 
Williams, A. 

In Romance of modern engineering, 
p366-77 (7-8) 
Arthur, King 

Bulfinch, T: Age of chivalry; or. King 
Arthur and his knights, new rev ed 
.AIcKay $1.25 .(7-8) 
Contains King Arthur; Mabinogion; Legendary 
poets and poetry 

"This is about as good a telling as the stu- 
dious boy can find. But if he has a taste for 
pure literary form, he will surely come to know 
Tennyson's 'Idylls of the King' and prefer it to 
any prose version." Lowe 
Bulfinch, T: King Arthur 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v8, p91-106 (8) 
Bulfinch, T: King Arthur and his knights 
In Bulfinch's mythology, p367-525 (7-8) 
Church, A. J: 

In Stories from English historv, p60-6 
(6-8) 
Church, A. J: King Arthur and the 
Round Table 
/;/ Heroes of chivalry and romance, 
P63-211 (7-8) 
Clav. B. Stories of King Arthur and his 

Round Table. Dutton $2.50 (5-8) 
Crommelin, E. G., ed. King Arthur 
In Famous legends, p31-45 (4-5) 
Farrington, M. V. Tales of King Arthur 
and his knights of the Round Table. 
Putnam *$1.25 (3-5) 

"It is suggested that the teacher supplement 
this simple version of the Arthurian legends by 
reading aloud to the children selections from 
Macleod's 'Book of King Arthur,' Lanier's 
'Boy's Mabinogion' and Tennyson's 'Idylls of the 
king.' " Pittsburgh 
Frost, W: H: Court of King Arthur. 
Scribner *$1.35 (6-7) 

"Author takes his readers on a journey through 
the land of the Round Table, weaving in stories 
and legends of the knights of old." Pittsburgh 



Frost, W: H: Knights of the Round 
Table. Scribner *$1.35 {6-7) , 

Follows "The court of King Arthur." 
"Charming version of the King Arthur stories, 
interwoven with descriptions of the south of Eng- 
land." Oregon 
Gilbert, H: King Arthur's knights: the 
tales re-told for boys and girls; il. by 
Walter Crane. Stokes $1.60 (5-8) 
Greene, F. N. Legends of King Arthur 
and his court; il. with drawings by E. H. 
Garrett. Ginn *60c; school ed *50c 
(4-5) 

"Simple prose version following Tennyson 
closely and containing many extracts from his 
verse. Has excellent introduction on feudalism 
and chivalry." Oregon 
Guerber, H. A. 
In Legends of the middle ages, p214-33 
(8) 
Guerber, H. A. Brave King Arthur 

In Story of the English, p34-6 (5-6) 
Haaren, J: H:, comp. 

In Ballads and tales, p27-57 (4-5) 
Hale. E: E. King Arthur 

In Boys' heroes, p69-81 (6-8) 
Herbertson, A. G. Knight of the ill- 
shapen coat; Beaumains, the knight 
of the kitchen 
In Heroic legends, pl39-58, 178-200 (5-8) 
Pligginson, T: W. 

In Tales of the enchanted islands of 
the Atlantic, p48-95 (6-7) 
Lang, A., ed. 

In Book of romance, p3-174 (5-7) 
Lang, A., ed. Tales of the Round Table; 
based on the tales in the Book of ro- 
mance. Longmans *50c (5-7) 

Practically the same material is published in 
Longmans' Class-books of English literature se- 
ries, at ~30C 
Lansing, M. F. 

In Page, esquire, and knight, p5-78 
(4-6) 
]\Iabie, H. W., ed. King Arthur 
/;; Heroes every child should know, p59- 
76 (6-7) 
Mabinogion: tr. by Lady Charlotte Guest; 
ed. by Prof. R. Williams. Dutton 
(Everyman's lib.) *40c; lib binding *50c 
I\Iabinogion. Knightly legends of Whales; 
or, The boy's JSIabinogion; ed. by Sid- 
ney Lanier. Scribner *$1.80 (6-8) 

"Welsh legends of King Arthur belonging to 
an earlier period than Malory. The language 
of the original text preserved, except for occa- 
sional excision and condensation." Am. L. E. 
^Mabinogion. Wonder stories froin the 
Mabinogion: ed. bj' E: Brooks. Penn 
*$1 (5-7) 
jMcFee, I. N. Story of Idylls of the king; 

adapted from Tennj'son. Stokes *$2 
Macleod, M. Book of King Arthur and 
his noble knights: il. by A. G. Walker. 
Stokes *$1.50 (5-7) 
"Follows Malory closely and is more readable 
and popular than Lanier's 'Boy's King Arthur.' " 
Oregon 

Maitland, L. Heroes of chivalry (4-5) 
Malory, T: Boj^'s King Arthur; ed. by 
Sidney Lanier. Scribner *$1.80 (6-7') 

"Rearranged and simplified, but preserving the 
form and language of the original. For older 
children." Am. L. E. 

Malory, T: Death of King Arthur 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v5 
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Arthur, King — Continued 

Malory, 1 : King Arthur of Britain and 
his knights of the Round Table 
In Young and Field literary readers, 
v5, pl41-66 
Malory, T: King Arthur stories; by L. O. 
Stevens and E. F. Allen. (Riverside lit. 
ser.) Houghton *40c (6-7) 

"An admirable and attractive cheap version. 
Omits some archaisms, but follows the f9rm and 
diction of original, preserving its fine simplicity 
of style. Eight halftone illustrations, five repro- 
duced from Abbey paintings." N. Y. state lib. 
Marks, J. A. Famous kitchen boy 

In Early English hero tales, p85-99 
Pyle, H. Story of King Arthur and his 
knights. (King Arthur ser. vl) Scrib- 
ner *$2 (6-8) 

"From Malory and other sources, many inci- 
dents being altered in this version for children. 
Author's illustrations. Reprinted from St. Nich- 
olas." N. Y. state lib. 

Pyle, H. Story of Sir Launcelot and his 

companions. (King Arthur ser. v3) 

Scribner *$2 (6-8) 
"Follows Malory in spirit and archaic language, 

altering some incidents." N. Y. state lib. 
Pyle, H. Story of the champions of the 

Round Table. (King Arthur ser. v2) 

Scribner *$2 (6-8) 
Contents: Story of Launcelot; Book of Sir 

Tristram; Book of Sir Percival 

Pyle, H. Story of the Grail and the 
passing of Arthur. (King Arthur ser. 
v4) Scribner *$2 (6-8) 

"Contains 'Story of Sir Geraint,' 'Story of Sir 
Galahad,' and 'Passing of Arthur.' Delicacy and 
simplicity characterize the narrative, and work- 
manlike handling, the drawings, as in the earlier 
books, with which it is uniform." A. L. A. bkl. 
Sterling, M. B., comp. Story of Sir Gal- 
ahad. Button $1.50 (4-6) 

"Readable narrative, which preserves the 
charm of the original but is more intelligible to 
the child mind. Well printed, with large type, 
excellent illustrations and artistic binding." 
A. L. A. bkl. 
Warren, M. L. R. King Arthur and his 
knights. Rand *$1; *75c (5-7) 

"This edition is chosen for young readers ra- 
ther than Farrington or Greene because it de- 
scribes so vividly the life and customs and 
knightly deeds of the days of chivalry." Wis. 
free lib. com. 
Wright, H. C. Romance of King Arthur 
In Children's stories in English liter- 
ature, vl, p79-101 (7-8) 
See also Galahad, Sir; Gawaine, Sir; 
Lancelot of the Lake; Merlin 
Poetry 
Parkes. B. R. King Arthur 

In World's storji, vlO. p553-4 
Tennyson, A. Idylls of the king 
— Same [excerpt] ; with title Passing of 
Arthur 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v8, pl07-17 
Mabie's Legends that every child 

should know, pl81-90' 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v5, 
p68-77 

Stories 

French, A. Sir :\Iarrok (6-7) 
Artificial stone. See Concrete 
Artillery. See Guns 
Artists. See Painters 
Arts, Fine. See Art 



Arts and crafts. See Handicraft 
Aryans 

Andrews, J. Story of Kablu, the Aryan 
boy 
In Ten boys, p6-21 (3-5) 
As the goose flies. Pyle, K. 
As you like it. See Shakespeare, W: 
Asbjornsen, Peter Christen 

Fairy tales from the far North; tr. by 
H. L. Braekstad. Burt *$1 (4-6) 

"Some of the stories are identical with those 
in the collection by Sir G. W. Dasent." Pitts- 
burgh 
Norse fairy tales; selected and adapted 
from the translations by Sir G. W, 
Dasent. Lippincott *$1.25 (5-6) 

"Selections from 'Popular tales from the 
Norse,' with a few from "Tales from the Fjeld.' " 
A. L. A. bkl. 
Asgard stories. Foster, M. H., and Cum- 

mings, M. H. 
Ashmun, Margaret Eliza 

Isabel Carleton's year. Macmillan *$1.25 
"One of the best girl's story in a number of 
years. The heroine is a natural, lovable girl, 
a senior in the high school in a middle western 
university town. The family life is delightful." 
A. L. A. bkl. 

Asia 

Starr, F: Peoples of Asia 

In Strange peoples, p65-9 (5-6) 

See also Himalaya mountains; also 

names of countries 

Description and travel 
Brooks, N. Story of Marco Polo. 1898 

(7-8) 
Carpenter, F. G: Asia. 1911 (5-8) 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: Asia. 

1913 (5-7) 
Gibson, C. C. In eastern wonderlands. 

1906 (6-7) 
Huntington, E. Asia; a geography reader. 

1912 (7-8) _ 
Jenks, T. Asia 

In Boy's book of explorations, p334-90 
(6-8) 
Lane, M. A. L., ed. Toward the rismg 

sun. 1902 (3-5) 
Polo, M. Travels of Marco Polo, by 

T: W. Knox (7-8) 
Redway, J. W. All around Asia. 1910 

(7-8) 
Smith, M. C. Life in Asia. 1897 (6-7) 
Towle, G: M. Marco Polo (7-S) 
Winslow, I: O. 

In Distant countries, pl-100 (4-6) 

See also Taj Mahal 
History 
See Genghis Khan 

Social life and customs 
Miller, O. T. Little people of Asia. 1883 
(3-5) 
Asphalt 

Bates, L., jr. Asphalt lake of Trinidad 
In World's story, vl.l, p369-71 
Aspinwall, Mrs. Alicia 

Echo-maid, and other stories. Dutton 
$1.50 (4-5) 

"The other stories are: In the land of the 
Wee-uns; The big light on Burning mountain; 
A leap-year boy. Refreshingly original fairy 
tales told in exceptionally vigorous, straight- 
forward English." Pittsburgh 



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Aspinwall, Mrs. Alicia — Continued 

Short stories for short people. Button 
$1.50 (3-4) 

"Little stories containing much of the absurd 
and impossible which is such a constant source 
of delight to children." Wis. 

Assisi, Francis of, Saint. See Francis of 
Assisi, Saint 

Associated press. See Newspapers 

Assouan dam 

Williams, A. 
In Romance of modern engineering, 
p41-54 (7-8) 

Assyria 

Arnold, E. J. Fighting Assyrians 
In Stories of ancient peoples, p91-101 
(5-8) 
Kingdoms of Chaldiea and Assyria 

In World's story, v2, p461-71 
Sayce, A. H. How the Assyrians and 
Babylonians lived 
In World's story, v2, p475-83 
See also Semiramis 

Assyrian came down. See Byron, G: G. N. 
Destruction of Sennacherib 

Asters 

Andrews, J. Golden-rod and asters 
In Stories Mother Nature told her chil- 
dren, pl26-31 (3-5) 

Aston, Florence 

Stories from German history, from ancient 
times to the year 1648. 1915 Crowell 
*$1.50 (6-8) 

Astor, John Jacob 

Morris, C: John Jacob Astor, the mon- 
arch of the fur industry 
In Heroes of progress in i\merica, 
plOl-6 (7-8) 

Astronomy 

Baikie, J. Peeps at the heavens. 1911 

(6-8) 
Ball, R. S. Star-land (6-8) 
Hawks, E. Boys' book of astronomy. 

1914 (7-8) 
Hawks, E. Stars shown to the children. 

1911 
Holden, E: S. Astronomy 

In Real things in nature, pl-43 (7) 
Holden, E: S. Astronomy 

In The sciences, p9-70 (6-7) 
Holden, E: S. Earth and sky. 1898 

(4-5) 
Holden, E: S. Modern observatory 

In Lane's Triumphs of science, pl4-32 
(5-6) 
Mitton, G. E. Book of stars for young 

people. 1913 (6-8) 
Proctor, M. Giant sun and his family. 

1906 (6-8) 
Proctor, M. Stories of starland. 1898 

(5-6) 
Rogers, J. E. The sky 

Itv Earth and sky every child should 
know, pl99-244 (5-7) 
Serviss, G. P. Astronomy with an opera- 
glass (8) 



Wright, J. :\i. 
In Seaside and wayside, v4, p38-78 
(5-6) 
See also Aurora borealis; Gravitation; 
Moon; Seasons; Southern cross; Stars; 
Sun; Telescope; Tides; also Herschel, 
Sir William; Kepler, Johann; Mitchell, 
Maria 
Astronomy from a dipper. Clarke, E. C. 
Astronomy with an opera-glass. Serviss, 

G. P. 
At Agincourt. Henty, G: A. 
At home and at school. See King, C: F. 
Picturesque geographical readers, vl 

At home in the water. Corsan, G: H. 

At the back of the north wind. Macdonald, 
G: 

At the siege of Quebec. Kaler, J. O. 

At war with Pontiac. Munroe, K. 

Atalanta 

Carpenter, E. J. Atalanta's foot-race 
In Long ago in Greece, p79-93 (6-7) 

Athletics 

•Graham, J:, and Clark, E. H. Practical 

track and field athletics. 1910 (8) ■ 
Lee, A., comp. Track athletics in detail 

.(8)^ 

See also Archery; Baseball; Basketball; 

Diving; Fencing; Football; Games; 

Rowing; Running; Skating; Snowshoes; 

Sports; Swimming; Walking; Water 

sports; W'inter sports 

Atkinson, Alice Minerva 

European beginnings of American his- 
tory. 1912 Ginn *$1 (6-8) 

"English history is the basis of the narrative, 
but there are chapters on the Romans and Greeks, 
the vikings, the crusades, life in the middle ages, 
the discoveries of Columbus and other explorers. 
Nine maps and many illustrations." Pittsburgh 
List of reference books, pref. pi 6- 17 
Introduction to American history: Euro- 
pean beginnings. 1914 Ginn *75c (6-7) 

"Follows in essential particulars the recom- 
mendations of the Committee of eight of the 
American historical association. Tries to tell 
vividly, simply, and fully about a few great per- 
sons and events; to maintain strict historical 
accuracy; and to bring the past into relation 
with the present at as many points as possible. 
Primiti\'e man, Rome and Greece, the Northmen, 
the church, the crusades, medieval life in town 
and country, and discoveries and inventions are 
among the subjects treated." Publisher 

"Deserves to be widely used. The illustra- 
tions are \\'ell selected and excellent." Educ. R. 
1912 

Atkinson, Mrs. Eleanor (Stackhouse) 

Greyfriars Bobby. Harper *$1.20 (7-8) 

"The touching story, mainly true, of a faith- 
ful little terrier who lived in the churchyard in 
Edinburgh where his master had been buried, 
and was fed and petted in the neighborhood. A 
statue of Bobby guards a drinking-fountain near 
the gate." Hewins 

Atkinson, George Francis 

First studies of plant life. 1903 Ginn *75c; 
*60c (5-7) 

Atlantic cable 

Chamberlain, J. F. Messages under the 
ocean 
In How we travel, p219-27 (4-5) 



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Atlantic cable — Continued 

Field, C. W. Story of the Atlantic cable 
I)ii Lane's Triumphs of science, pl-13 
(5-6) 
Gould, F: J. Battle of the wire 

In Heroes of peace, p40-7 (5-8) 
Guerber, H. A. Atlantic cable 
In Story of the great republic, p257-60 
(5-7) 
Morris, C: Cyrus W. Field, the designer 
of the Atlantic cable 
In Heroes of progress in America, 
pl53-8 (7-8) 
Mowry, W: A: and A. M. Atlantic cable 
In American inventions and inventors, 
p278-85 (5-8) 
Poetry 
Saxe, J: G. How Cyrus laid the cable 
In Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 
p253-4 (5-7) 
Whittier, J: G. Cable hymn 
In World's story, vll, p25l-2 

Atmosphere. See Air 

Attila, king of the Huns 

Gilman, A. 

In Magna charta stories, pl57-69 (6-8) 
Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Attila 
the Hun 
In Famous men of the middle ages, 
p36-45 (4-6) 
Johnston, C: H. L. Attila, the scourge 
of God 
In Famous cavalry leaders, pl-16 (6-8) 
Lansing, M. F. Attila, the scourge of God 

In Barbarian and noble, p40-56 (6-8) 
Price, L. L. Dwarf of Attila the Hun 
In Wandering heroes, pl34-50 (3-5) 
Tappan, E. M. Attila the Hun 
In Old world hero stories, pt2, plO-15 
(6-8) 

Aucassin and Nicolette 

Wilmot-Buxton, E. M. Story of Aucas- 
sin and Nicolette 
In Stories from old French romance, 
pl-21 (8) 

Audubon, John James 

Audubon's hostess 

In Children's hour, v8, p60-5 (2-8) 
Eggleston, E: Audubon 

In Stories of great Americans, pi 11-19 
(2-4) 
Paris. J: T. John James Audubon 

In Winning their way, p61-7 (7-8) 
Wright, H. C. John James Audubon 

In Children's stories in American lit- 
erature, vl, pl4-27 (7-8) 

Augsburg, De Resco Leo 

Augsburg's drawing; complete course.' 6v 
Educational ea 50c (1-8) 

"Designed to teach drawing and color. Very 
popular with the children." Pittsburgh 

"The text in the first three books is addressed 
to the teacher and the drawings and illustra- 
tions to both teacher and pupils." Publisher 

Augustine, Saint 

Steedman, A. Saint Augustine 

, In When they were children, pl-5 (6-8) 



Augustine, Saint, archbishop of Canterbury 

Freeman, E. A. Conversion of the Eng- 
lish 
In Johonnot's Stories of the olden time, 
pl69-72 (6-7) 
Guerber, H. A. Story of St. Augustine 
In Story of the English, p38-40' (5-6) 

Augustus, emperor of Rome 

Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Augus- 
tus 
In Famous men of Rome, p209-18 
(4-6) 
Tappan, E. M. Augustus and the Augus- 
tan age 
In Old world hero stories, ptl, pllO-18 
(6-8) 
Aulnoy, Marie Catherine Jumelle de Beme- 
ville, comtesse de 
Fairy tales; tr. by J. R. Planche; il. by 
Gordon Browne. Dutton $2; McKay 
$1.25 (4-6) 

"Not only excellent fairy stories but give us a 
reliable picture of the 17th century." N. Y. city 

Aunt Jo's scrap-bag. Alcott, L. M. 
Aunt Louisa's book of animal stories. Val- 
entine, L. J. 

Aunt Louisa's book of common things. 
Valentine, L. J. 

Aunt Louisa's book of fairy tales. Valen- 
tine, L. J. 

Aunt jNIartha's corner cupboard. Kirby, M. 
and E. 

Auntie's little rhyme book. Le Mair, H. W., 
il. 

Aurelius Antoninus, Marcus, emperor of 
Rome. See Marcus Aurelius, emperor 
of Rome 

Aurora borealis 

Tajflor, B. Aurora borealis 

In Johonnot's Geographical reader, 
pl05-7 (7-8) 

Austen, Jane 

Frank, M. M. Jane Austen 

In Great authors in their j^outh, p265-91 
(7-8) 

Austin, Mrs. Jane (Goodwin) 

Betty Alden, the first-born daughter of 
the Pilgrims. Houghton *$1.25 (7-8) 

Sequel to "Standish of Standish" 

Standish of Standish. Houghton *$1.25 
(7-8) 

Tale of Plymouth colony 

Austin, Mrs. Mary (Hunter) 

Basket woman. Houghton *$1.50; school 
ed *60c (4-5) 

"Some of the stories are adapted from Indian 
folklore, and some are of Indian life and char- 
acter." A. L. A. bkl. 

Austin, Oscar Phelps 

Uncle Sam's secrets; a story of national 
affairs. 1897 Appleton *75c (5-7) 

"About currency, the mint, railway postal ser- 
vice, foreign mail, banking and revenue systems, 
etc." Pittsburgh 
Uncle Sam's soldiers; a story of the war 
with Spain. 1899 Appleton *75c (5^7) 

"For boys who want to learn about West Point, 
army organization, coast defenses, and modern 
military methods in general." Pittsburgh 



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Austin, William 

Peter Rugg, the missing man 
In Mabie's Famous stories, p288-300 
C6-8) 

Australasia 

Carpenter, F. G: Australia, our colonies, 
and other islands of the sea. 1904 
(5-8) 

Winslow, I: O. 

In Distant countries, pl65-87 (4-6) 

Australasia's story. Marshall, H. E. 
Australia 

Description and travel 
Carpenter, F. G: Australia 

In Australia, etc., pl3-73 (6-7) 
Fox, F. Australia. 1911 (6-8) 
Jenks, T. Exploration of the island con- 
tinent 
In Boy's book of explorations, p393- 
430 (6-8) 
Kellogg, E. M. C. 
In Australia and the islands of the sea, 
pl3-74 (6-7) 
Lang, A. The Burke and Wills explor- 
ing expedition 
In Red true story book, p324-45 (5-7) 
History 
Lang, W. H. First Australian colonists; 
Gold, gold, gold! 
In World's story, vl, p477-93 
Marshall, H. E. Australasia's story. 

1912 (6-8) 
— Same 

In Empire storj^ p 125-80 

Social life and customs 
Nixon-Roulet, M. F. Our little Austra- 
lian cousin. 1908 (3-5) 
Stories 
Stoddard, W: O. White cave. (6-7) 

Australia and the islands of the sea. Kel- 
logg, E. M. C. 

Austria-Hungary 

Austria-Hungarj'' 
In World's story, v6, p251-411 

See also Hungary; i\Iaria Theresa; 
Seven years' war; Tyrol; Wallenstein 

Description and travel 
Carpenter, F. G: Austria-Hungar}^ 

In Europe, p280-301 (5-6) 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: Austria- 
Hungary 

In Europe, p226-40 (5-7) 
George, M. M., ed. Little journey to 

Russia and Austria-Hungarj^. 1906 

(5-6) 
Moncrieff, A. R. H. Austria-Hungary 

In World, p56-62 (6-8) 
Winslow, I: O. 

In Europe, pl39-45 (4-6) 

Social life and customs 
Mendel, F. E. Our little Austrian cousin. 

1913 (3-5) 

Authors 

Adams, O. F. Dear old storv-tellers. 
1911 (6-8) 



Mitchell, D. G. About old story-tellers 
(6-8) 

See also English literature; Litera- 
ture; also names of authors 
American 
Bolton, S. K. Famous American authors. 

1887 (7-8) 
Cody, S. Four American poets (5-7) 
Cody, S. Four famous American writers. 

1899 (5-7) 
Eggleston, E: Some boys who became 
authors 
In Stories of great Americans, pl20-4 
(2-4) 
Faris, J: T. 

In Winning their way, p243-308 (7-8) 
Harris, A. B. American authors for 

young folks. 1887 (7-8) 
Stevenson, B. E. W^riters of prose; 
Writers of verse 
In Guide to biography for young read- 
ers; American — men of mind, pl9- 
84 (7-8) 
Wright, H. C. Children's stories in 
' American literature. 2v 1896 (7-8) 

English 
Frank, M. M. Great authors in their 

youth. 1915 (7-8) 
\\'right, H. C. Children's stories in Eng- 
lish literature. 2v 1889 (7-8) 
Authors (game) 

Campbell, H. L. Literary enigmas 
In American girl's home book, pl47-50 
(5-7) 
Autobiography of a clown. ^Marcosson, 1: F. 
Automobiles 

Baker, R. S. IModern motor vehicle 
In Boy's book of inventions, pll9-69 
(5-8) 
Bullivant, C. H: Handy motor car 
In Every boy's book of hobbies, pl28-31 
(7-8) 
Chamberlain, J. F. Horseless carriages 

In How we travel, pl31-6 (4-5) 
Doubleday, R. How automobiles work 
In Stories of inventors, p69-84 (7-8) 
Eraser, C. C. Automobiling 

In Every boy's book of handicraft, 
sports and amusements, p478-89 
(6-8) 
Johnston. W: A. Racing driver 

In Deeds of doing and daring, p264-77. 
(6-8) 
Maule, H. E: Latest automobile engine 
In Bov's book of new inventions, p320- 
31 (6-8) 
Shafer, D. C. What the beginner should 
know about the electrical equipment 
of an automobile 
In Harper's beginning electricity, p227- 
37 (7-8) 
. Tappan, E. M. What the motor car is 
doing 
/;; Travelers and traveling, p74-81 (5-6) 
Verrill, A. H. Vehicle motor 

In Harper's gasoline engine book, pl79- 
233 (8) 
Williams, A. In a motor-car factory 
In How it is made, p311-24 (7-8) 
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Autumn 

Beard, L. and A. B. Nature's fall decora- 
tions and how to use them 
In American girl's handy book, p201-15 
(5-7) 
Sharp, D. L. Fall of the year. 1911 

(6-8) 
— Same 

In Whole year round, 102p 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 

In Days and deeds: prose, p394-7 (5-7) 
Strong, F. L., ed. All the year round, vl 
(3-4) 

Poetry 
Keats, J: To autumn 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v6, p297-8 (6) 
Lovejoy, M. I., comp. Songs of autumn 

In Nature in verse, pl85-250 (4-7) 
Poulsson, E. Autumn song 

In In the child's world, p48 (1-2) 
Shelley, P. B. Autumn: a dirge 

In Thacher's Listening child, pl55 (5-7) 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
Autumn 
In Days and deeds: verse, p347-58 
(5-7) 
See also Seasons; September; Octo- 
ber; November 

Avebury, John Lubbock, 1st baron 

Anecdotes about ants 

In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v6, p39-45 (6) 

Aviation. See Aeroplanes; Airships; Bal- 
loons; Hydroaeroplanes 

Ayrton, Mrs. Matilda Chaplin 

Child-life in Japan and Japanese child 
stories. 1901 Heath 20c (4-6) 
"Illustrated by Japanese artists." Wis. 

Aytoun, William Edmonstoune 

Burial march of Dundee 

/;; World's story, vlO, p375-8 
Edinburgh after Flodden field 

In World's story, vlO, p324-9 
Execution of Montrose 

hi World's story, vlO, p373-4 
Lays of the Scottish cavaliers, and other 

poems. 1900 Scribner *$1.40 (6-8) 

Partial contents: Edinburgh after Flodden; 
Execution of Montrose; Heart of the Bruce; 
Burial-march of Dundee; Widow of Glencoe; 
Island of the Scots; Blind old Milton; Buried 
flower; Refusal of Charon 
— Same 

In Macaulay's Lays of ancient Rome 

Azores 

Kellogg. E. ^L C. 

In Australia and the islands of the sea, 
p248-54 (6-7) 

Aztec treasure-house. Janvier, T: A. 

Aztecs 

Coe, F. E. Story of Cortes 
In Founders of our country, p41-51 
(3-5) 
Dickson, M. S. Fair god of Mexico 

In Camp and trail in early American 
history, pl9-35 (4-5) 
Starr, F: Aztecs 
In American Indians, p206-14 (4-6) 



Stories of the Aztecs; Coming of the 
Spaniards 
In World's history, vll, p477-516 
See also Cortes, Hernando; Mexico 
Stories 
Janvier, T: A. Aztec treasure-house 

(7-8) 
Munroe, K. White conquerors (6-7) 



B 



Babbitt, Ellen C. 

(ed.) Jataka tales. Century *$1 (2-4) 
Babes in the wood; old ballad 

In Caldecott's Collection of pictures 
and songs, vl 
Caldecott's Picture book, vl 
Lansing's Tales of old England, 

p30-8 
Lucas's Book of verses, p211-16 
Macleod's Book of ballad stories, 
p358-64 

Baboons 

Johonnot, J. Long-tailed dwellers of the 
tree-tops 
In Neighbors with claws and hoofs, 
p242-3 (5-6) 
See also Apes 
Baby; poem. Macdonald, G: 

In Cabot's Ethics for children, p33 
(1-6) 
Baby days. Dodge, M. M., ed. 
Baby Elton, quarterback. Quirk, L. W. 
Baby Mishook. Slivitski, A. 
Babylon 

Babylon the magnificent 
In World's story, v2, p487-525 
Babylonia 

Arnold, E. J. Dwellers in Babylonia and 
Assyria 
In Stories of ancient peoples, p81-91, 
102-29 (5-8) 
Sayce, A. H. How the Assyrians and 
Babvlonians lived 
In Wo'rld's story, v2, p475-83 
Baby's bouquet. Crane, W., il. 
Baby's opera. Crane, W., il. 
Baby's own Aesop. Crane, W., il. 
Baby's own alphabet. See Crane, W., il. 

Bluebeard's picture book 
Bacchus. See Dionysus 
Bach, John Sebastian 

Lillie. L. C. W. John Sebastian Bach 
In Story of music and musicians, p53- 
78 (6-8) 
Smith, H. Bach— the fugue 

In Founders of music, p6-17 (7-8) 
Ziemssen, L: Johann Sebastian Bach. 
1905 (5-6) 
Bache, Elizabeth Du Bois, and Bache, 
Louise Franklin 
When mother lets us make candy. 1915 
Moffat *75c (4-8) 

"Instructions and recipes, useful for growri- 
ups as well as children. Lists of ingredients and 
utensils with each recipe." Wis. bul. 



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Bachelet, Emile 

Johnson, V. E: Bachelet levitated rail- 
way, or the flying train 
In ]\lodern inventions, p294-306 (8) 
Bacon, Dolores, pseud. See Bacon, Mrs. 
Mary Schell (Hoke) 

Bacon, Edwin Munroe 

Boy's Drake. 1910 Scribner *$1.50 (7-8) 
"Account of the great sea-fighter, told with 
spirit and freshness. Excellently illustrated with 
reproductions of old pictures and drawings. 
More complete than Towle's or Elton's, and as 
a history of the times will be more useful than 
either." A. L. A. bkl. 
Boy's Hakluyt: English voyages of ad- 
venture and discovery. 1909 Scribner 
*$1.50 (6-8) 

"Partly taken direct from Hakluyt, partly re- 
written by Mr. Bacon. Few children would 
read the volume through, but it is useful for 
school reference work." A. L. A. bkl. 

Bacon, Francis 

Wright, H. C. Bacon 

/;; Children's stories in English litera- 
ture, v2, p69-99 (7-8) 

Bacon, Mrs. Josephine Dodge (Daskam) 

Sister's vocation, and other girls' stories. 
Scribner *$1.25 (7-8) 

"Nine interesting short stories of college life 
and everyday life." N. Y. city 

Bacon, Mrs. Mary Schell (Hoke) 

Songs that everv child should know. 1906 
Grosset *50c ' (4-8) 

"Upwards of 100 of the permanent songs with 
the music. A special feature is the national 
songs of various countries. Gives melody only, 
so is of no use to the piano player." A. L. A. 
bkl. 

Bacon, Roger 

Baldwin. J. Friar Bacon and the brazen 
head 
In Thirty more famous stories retold, 
p67-81 (3-5) 
Richardson, A. S. Friar Bacon's brazen 
head 
In World's story, v9, p295-306 
Scudder, H. E., comp. The brazen head 
In Book of legends, p71-7 (3-5) 

Bacon's rebellion 

Cooke, J. E. 

In Stories of the Old Dominion, p65-81 
(5-6) 
Dickson, M. S. Seeds of liberty 

In Camp and trail in early American 
history, pl49-62 (4-5) 
Doubleday, F. N. An early American re- 
bellion 
hi Colonial stories, retold from St. 
Nicholas, pl22-34 (5-6) 
Foote, A. E., and Skinner, A. W. Na- 
thaniel Bacon — the great rebellion _ 
In Explorers and founders of America, 
p253-60 (7-8) 
Gordy, W. F. 

In Colonial days, p26-39 (5-7) 
Gordy, W. F. Nathaniel Bacon and the 
uprising of the people in Virginia in 
1676 
In American leaders and heroes, p55-62 
(5-6) 
Guerber, H. A. Bacon's rebellion 

In Story of the thirteen colonies, pl57- 
60 (5-7) 



!Morris, C: 
In Historical tales: American, v2, p49- 
61 (7-8) 
Bacteria 

Evans, L. B., and others. Our unseen 
friends and enemies; Plant diseases; 
Farmer's good friends 
In Farm life readers, bk5, p240-5l (4-6) 
Jewett, F. G. 

In Town and city, pl33-40, 165-212, 228- 
43 (7-8) 
See also Pasteur, Louis 

Baden-Powell, Sir Robert Stephenson 
Smyth 

Bov scouts bevond the seas. 1913 Lip- 
p'incott *$1 '(6-8) 

"The founder of the Boy scouts writes about 
the countries and scouts' work seen in his world 
tour of inspection. Interesting photographs and 
sketches by the author." Wis. bul. 

Badgers 

Ingersoll, E. Badger and his kin 
In Wild neighbors, pl34-54 (5-7) 

Seton, E. T. Old Silver-grizzle — the bad- 
ger 
In Wild animals at home, pl09-30 (5-8) 

Wright, M. O. 

/;; Four-footed x\mericans, p267-9 (7-8) 

Badlam, Anna B. 

Views in Africa. (World and its people 
ser. v7) rev ed 1906 Silver *65c (6-7) 

Bahama islands 

Kellogg, E. yi. C. Bermudas and the 
Bahamas 
In Australia and the islands of the sea, 

pl77-87 (6-7) J 

Baikie, James ' 

Peeps at the heavens. (Peeps at science) 
1911 :Macmillan *60c (6-8) 

"Clear, interesting and well illustrated. Al- 
most wholly devoted to the solar system. Much 
superior to the books on birds and flowers in 
this series." N. Y. state lib. 

Bailey, Carolyn Sherwin 

Girls' make-at-home things. 1912 Stokes 

*$1.25 (3-5) 

"Suggestions for little girls, telling them how 
to make several kinds of dolls, paper dolls' houses 
and furniture, play jewelry and other toys, as 
well as simple Christmas presents from handy 
and inexpensive materials." N. Y. state lib. 

Bailey, Carolyn Sherwin, and Bailey, Marian 
Elizabeth 

Bovs' make-at-home things. 1912 Stokes 
*$1.25 (3-5) 

"Directions for making toys and useful articles 
out of simple and inexpensive materials. Pic- 
tures and diagrams." Pittsburgh 

Bailey, Edmund Alton 

Among the law-makers. Scribner *$1.35 

(6-7) 
"The life of a page in the United States sen- 
ate; describing interesting events and proceed- 
ings of Congress." N. Y. city 

Bailey, Mrs. Florence Augusta. See Mer- 
riam, Florence Augusta 

Bailey, Liberty Hyde 

First lessons with plants. 1898 Macmil- 
lan *40c (6-8) 

"Abridgment of his 'Lessons with plants.' 
One of "the best simple books on botany." 
Oregon 



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33 



Bain, Robert Nisbet 

Cossack fairy tales and folk tales. (Fairy 

lib.) Burt *$1 (4-6) 
Russian fairy tales; from the Skazki of 

Polevoi. Stokes *$2.75 (4-6) 

Bainbridge, William 

Barnes, J. Commodore Bainbridge. 1897 

(6-7) 
Morris, C: William Bainbridge, a naval 
hero of three wars 

1)1 Heroes of the navy, pi 13-25 (6-8) 
Seawell, ^I. E. William Bainbridge 

In Twelve naval captains, p53-82 (6-8) 

Baker, Emilia Kip 

Stories of old Greece and Rome. INlacmil- 
lan *$1.5U; school ed *$1 (5-8) 

"Contains practically all the important myths. 
Well told and illustrated by photographs of 
famous statues and paintings. Index is good and 
the appendix gives many poetical references 
found in modern writers." A. L. A. bkl. 

Baker, Etta Anthony 

Girls of Fairmount. Little *$1.30 (6-8) 

"Life in a girls' finishing school where the 

daughters of the rich are trained to lead the 

simple life amid luxurious surroundings." A. L. 

A. bkl. 

Baker, G. Cornelius 

Indoor games and socials for boys. 1912 
Assn. press *75c 

"Over 200 games, besides suggestions for 
charades, refreshments, etc., by a man who has 
had experience in entertaining boys in connec- 
tion with the Y. M. C. A." Survey, 19 12 

Baker, Joseph Black. See Onken, W: H:, 
jr., jt. auth. 

Baker, Ray Stannard 

Boy's book of inventions. 1899 Double- 
day *$1.75 (5-8) 

"Graphic, concise, untechnical descriptions of 
submarine boats, liquid air, wireless telegraphy, 
automobiles, X-ray photography, tailless kites, the 
phonograph, the modern sky scraper, flying ma- 
chines." A. L. A. 

Boys' second book of inventions. 1903 
Doubleday *$1.75 (7-8) 

Baker, Sir Samuel W. 

Jenks, T. Sir Samuel Baker discovers 
the Albert Xyanza 
In Bov's book of explorations, p209-23 
(6-8) 
Balaclava, Battle of. See Light Brigade, 
Charge of 

Balboa, Vasco Nufiez de 

Baldwin. J. Lpon a peak in Darien 
In Thirty inore famous stories retold, 
plO-16 (3-5) 
C\a.y, O. Finding of an ocean 

In Treasure finders, p88-105 (5-7) 
Foote, A. E., and Skinner, A. W. Balboa 
- — discovery of the Pacific 
In Explorers and founders of America, 
p57-62 (7-8) 
Shaw, E: R: Balboa 
In Discoverers and explorers, p56-61 
(4) 
Synge, M. B. Balboa sees the Pacific 
ocean 
In Book of discovery, pl90-4 
Wright, H. C. Vasco Nunez de Balboa, 
the discoverer of the Pacific ocean 
/;; Children's stories in American his- 
tory, p76-84 (5-7) 



Poetry 
Read, T: B. Balboa 
In World's story, vll, p459-61 

Balder 

. Cooke, F. J. Balder 

III Nature myths and stories, p83-8 (2-4) 

Baldwin III, king of Jerusalenj 

Brooks, E. S. Baldwin of Jerusalem: 
the boy crusader 
In Historic boys, p83-103 (6-7) 

Baldwin, James 

Abraham Lincoln. 1904 Am. bk. *60c 

(5-7) 

"Strong in political history. One of the best 
books to instil patriotism." Oregon 

American book of golden deeds. 1907 
Am. bk. *50c (4-6) 

"True stories of heroic deeds done on Ameri 
can soil or by Americans." A. L. A. bkl. 

Another fairy reader. Am. bk. *35c (2-3) 
Conquest of the old Northwest and its 
settlement by Americans. 1901 Am. 
bk. *60c (6-8) 

"The struggle between the French and the 
English and the conquest of the Indians, 1700- 
1832." Utica 

(ed.) Defoe, D. Robinson Crusoe. Am. 

bk. *35c (3-4) 
Discovery of the old Northwest and its 

settlement by the French. 1901 Am. 

bk. *60'c (6-8) 

"French explorations of the Great lakes and of 
the great rivers of the Northwest." Pittsburgh 

Fairy reader; adapted from Grfmm and 
Andersen. Am. bk. *35c (2-3) 

Fairy stories and fables retold. Am. bk. 
*35c (2-3) 

Fifty famous people; a book of short sto- 
ries. 1912 Am. bk. *35c (1-3) 

"Stories of Lincoln, Edward Everett, Paul 
Revere, Benjamin West, King Alfred, Cyrus the 
Great, Coriolanus, St. Francis, Robert Bruce, the 
seven wise men of Greece, and many other fa- 
mous people. For the younger children." Pitts- 
burgh 

Fifty famous stories retold. 1896 Am. bk. 
*35c (2-4) . 

"Legends and historical tales from the litera- 
ture of many lands." N. Y. city 

Four great Americans: Washington, 
Franklin, Webster, Lincoln. 1897 Am. 
bk. *50c (4-6) 

Golden fleece: more old Greek stories. 
Am. bk. *50c (4-6) 

"Thirty-three stories gathered from the clas- 
sics." A. L. A. bkl. 

(ed.) Harper's school speaker. 3v Am. bk. 
ea *60c (5-7) 

Contents: vi, pti. Arbor day; pt2. Memorial 
day; v2, Graded selections; V3, Miscellaneous se- 
lections 
Hero tales told in school. Scribner *50c 
(5-6) 

Horse fair. Century $1.50 (5-6) 

"In which a boy meets, in imagination, all the 
famous horses of mythology, history and litera- 
ture." N. Y. city 

Old Greek stories. Am. bk. *45c (3-5) 

"Stories from mythology told as hero stories." 
Oregon 

Old Stories of the East. 1895 Am. bk. 
*45c (3-4) 

"Twelve stories from the Old Testament re- 
told from a literary standpoint." Utica 



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Baldwin, James — Continued 

Sampo; hero adventures from the Fin- 
nish Kalevala. Scribner *$2 (6-8) 

"Far away in the Frozen Land in the long ago 
time a master wizard forged the wondrous sarapo 
or mill of fortune, which ground out all sorts 
of treasures and gave wealth and power to its 
owner. This story tells of the making of this 
magic mill with its pictured lid of rainbow colors 
and of the adventures of the heroes who sought 
to gain possession of it." Pittsburgh 

"In excellence of style it equals Baldwin's 
'Greek stories retold,' and is a valuable addition 
to great' world literature for children. Four 
good colored illustrations; well printed and 
bound." A. L. A. bkl. 
Second fairy reader. Am. bk. *3Sc (2-3) 

Contents: Child of the sun; Wee robin red- 
breast; Nimble Johnny-cake; Pet lamb; Spinning 
queen; Coco; The twelve months; Wondering 
Jack; Grumbling Peter; Snowdrop; An afterward 
word to teachers 

Story of Roland. Scribner *$1.35 (6-7) 

"Continuous narrative made up of legends 
from all sources." Buffalo 

Story of Siegfried; il. by Howard Pyle. 
Scribner *$1.35 (5-7) 

"Best rendition for children of the Siegfried 
legends, based on the 'Eddas,' the 'Volsunga 
saga,' and the 'Nibelungenlied.' " Olcott 

Story of the golden age; il. by Howard 
Pyle. Scribner *$1.35 (5-7) 

"Legends about the causes of the Trojan war 
woven into a continuous tale of which the boy, 
Odysseus, is hero." N. Y. city 
(ed.) Swift, J. Gulliver's travels; retold 
and written anew for children. Am. bk. 
*35c (2-3) 
Thirty more famous stories retold. 1905 
Am. bk. *50c (3-5) 

"About Columbus, Balboa, Ponce da Leon, Sir 
Isaac Newton, Guttenberg, James Watt, Alexan- 
der the Great and other stories of ancient and 
modern history." N. Y. city 

Wonder book of horses. Century *75c 
(4-6) 
"Selections of best tales from 'The horse fair.' 
Contains stories of flying steeds, and of the war- 
horses of famous knights and heroes." Olcott 

Baldwin, May 

Popular girl; a tale of school life in Ger- 
many. Lippincott *$1.25; McKay 75c 
(5-7) 

"Boarding-school life in Germany." Pittsburgh 
Bale marked circle X. Egg'leston, G: C. 
Balearic islands 

Carpenter, F. G: Balearic isles 

In Australia, etc., p302-5 (6-7) 
Kellogg, E. M. C. 
In Australia and the islands of the 
sea, p282-8 (6-7) 
Balkan states 
Balkan states 

In World's story, v6, p413-51 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: Balkan 
countries 
In Europe, p241-56 (5-7) 
George, M. M., ed. Little journey to 
Balkans, European Turkey and Greece. 
1905 (5-6) 
Ball, Sir Robert Stawell 

Star-land, rev ed Ginn *$1; il new and 
rev ed *$1.20 (6-8) 

"By the director of the observatory of Cam- 
bridge university. Its simple style does_ not in- 
terfere with its scientific accuracy." Pittsburgh 

Ball. See Baseball; Basket-ball; Football; 

Squash ball; Tether ball 
Ballad book. Allingham, W:, comp. 



Ballad of Agincourt. See Drayton, M. 
Ballad of Babie Bell. Aldrich, T: B. 

In Whittier's Child life, pl9-22 
Ballad of east and west. Kipling, R. 

/;; Norton's Heart of oak books, v5, 
p211-16 
Ballads 

Allingham, W:, comp. Ballad book (6-8) 
Greenwood, G. Stories from famous bal- 
lads. 1906 (5-8) 
Grierson, E. W. Children's tales from 

Scottish ballads. 1906 (5-7) 
Haaren, J: H:, comp. Ballads and tales 
(4-5) 
, Henley, W: E., comp. Lyra heroica 
(6-8) 
Johonnot, J., ed. Chev3^-Chase; Valen- 
tine and Ursine 
In Stories of the olden time, p59-70 
(6-7) 
Lockhart, J: G., tr. Ancient Spanish 

ballads (7-8) 
Long, J: A., comp. Old English ballads. 

1912 (7-8) 
IMabie, H. W, comp. Book of old Eng- 
lish ballads (7-8) 
Macleod, M. Book of ballads. 1906 

(4-6) 
Montgomery, D: H:, ed. Heroic ballads. 

1902 (5-8) 
Percy, T: Boy's Percy; ed. by Sidney 

Lanier. 1882 (6-8) 
Quiller-Couch, A. T:, comp. Oxford book 

of ballads. 1910 (8) 
Scudder. H. E., comp. Book of ballads 

In Children's book, p310'-27 (2-5) 
Smith, J. C, and Soutar, G., comps. Book 

of ballads for boys and girls (6-8) 
Tappan, E. M. Old ballads in prose 

(5-7) 
Tileston, M. W. F.. comp. Children s 
book of ballads. 1910 (6-8) 

See also Poetry; Songs; also titles of 

ballads, as Bewick and Grahame; Chevy 

Chase; Robin Hood; Sir Patrick Spens 

Ballads and tales. Haaren, J: H:, comp. 

Ballads for little folks. Cary, A. and P. 

Ballads of American bravery. ScoUard, C, 

ed. 
Ballantyne, Robert Michael 

Choral island. (Everyman's lib.) Button ' 
*40c: lib binding. *50c (6-8) 
"Shipwreck in the South seas." Olcott 

Ballard, Mrs. Julia P. 

Among the moths and butterflies. Put- 
nam *$1.50 (5-6) 
"Revised and enlarged edition of her 'Insect 
lives; or. Born in prison.' Scientifically accurate, 
yet simple." Pittsburgh 

Ballard, Susan 

(tr.) Fairy tales from far Japan. Revell 
*$1 
Balloons 

Beard. D. C. Fourth of July balloons 
with new and novel attachments 
In American boy's handy book, pl36-47 
(5-7) 
Chamberlain, J. F. Traveling through 
the air 
In How we travel, pl82-7 (4-5) 



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Balloons — Continued 

Delacombe, H. Boys' book of airships. 

1909 (7-8) 
Dodge, ^I. M. 

In Land of pluck, p231-40 (4-7) 
Fournier d'Albe, E. E: Air-ships and fly- 
ing machines 
In Wonders of physical science, pl91-6 
Hodgson, F: T. Designing, making, and 
inflating paper balloons 
In Mechanics indoors and out, p369-73 
(6-8) 
Horton, E. Andree's balloon expedition 
to the Pole 
In Frozen North, pl49-53 (6-7) 
Johnston, W: A. Jumping from a para- 
chute 
In Deeds of doing and daring, p249-63 
(6-8) 
Moffett, C. Balloonist 
In Careers of danger and daring, p87- 
129 (7-8) 

Towie, G: M. Montgolfier and the bal- 
loon 
In Heroes and martyrs of invention, 
pll3-22 (6-7) 

Ba-long-long, the Igorot boy. Jenks, A. E. 

Baltic, Battle of the, 1801 

Campbell, T: Battle of the Baltic 
III World's story, vlO, pl65-7 

Baltimore, Cecil Calvert, baron 

Mowry, W: A: and A. M. Lord Balti- 
more 

Itv First steps in the history of our 
country, p83-7 (4-5) 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Southworth, G. V., and Kramer, S. E. 
In Great cities of the United States, 
pl55-70 (6-8) 

Bamboo 

Bullivant, C. H: Bamboo carpentry 
In Every boy's book of hobbies, pl89- 
96 (7-8) 

Carpenter, F. G: Chinese farms and 
farming 

In Asia, pl62-3 (6-7) 
Smith, M. C. 

In Life in Asia, pl48-51 (6-7) 

Bananas 

Carpenter. F. G: Pineapples and bananas 

In Foods, p271-4 (5-6) 
Chamberlain, J. F. Bunch of bananas 

In How w^e are fed, pl46-54 (4-5) 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: Central 
American republics 

In North America, p211-14 (5-7) 

Banbury Cross stories. Howard, F. W., ed. 

Bancroft, George 

Arnold's treason and Andre's capture 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v7, pl39-49 (7) 
Biography 
Wright, H. C. George Bancroft 
Iti Children's stories in American litera- 
ture, vl, pl23-36 (7-8) 



Bancroft, Jessie Hubbell 

Games for the playground, home, school, 
and gymnasium. 1909 Macmillan *$1.50 
(2-8) 

"By the assistant director of physical training 
m the New York city schools. Contains over 400 
games, of all countries, with music, diagrams and 
pictures where necessary, classified and alphabetic 
indexes. Though primarily for the teacher, will 
be a treasury of entertainment for children." 
N. Y. state lib. 

Bands 

Hall, A. N. Boy's band of home-made 
instruments 
In Handicraft for handy boys, p416-25 
(6-8) 
Bangs, Mary Rogers 
Jeanne d'Arc. 1910 Houghton *$1.25 (8) 

"Told dramatically and with close adherence to 
facts. The most suitable biography for young 
people." A. L. A. bkl. 

Banished king. Stockton, F. R: 
In Bee-man of Orn, pl56-67 

Banks, Helen Ward 

Boys' Motley. 1914 Stokes *$2 (6-8) 
Boys' Prescott: the conquest of Mexico; 
il. by T. H. Robinson. 1916 Stokes *$2 
(8) 
Banks and banking 

Austin, O. P. Banking 

In Uncle Sam's secrets, pl37-47 (5-7) 
See also Money 

Bankside costume book for children. Stone, 
M. 

Bannerman, Mrs. Helen 

Story of little black Sambo. Stokes 50c 
(1-2) 
"Tiger story with colored pictures. Very pop- 
ular." Pittsburgh 

Bannockburn, Battle of, 1314 
Johonnot, J. 

In Ten great events in history, pl04-15 
(6-8) 
Scott, W. Battle of Bannockburn 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v5, 
pl81-90 (6-7) 
Wood, E. Bannockburn 
In Boys' book of battles, p42-50 (6-8) 
Poetry 
Burns, R. Scots, wha hae wi' Wallace 
bled 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v5, 
pl27 
Tappan's Old world hero stories, 

pt2, pl89 
World's story, vlO, p301-2 

Bantams. See Poultry 
Barbados 

Kellogg, E. M. C. 
In Australia and the islands of the sea, 
p233-7 (6-7) 

Barbara Allen's cruelty 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
pl22-5 

Barbara's Philippine journey. Burks, F, W. 

Barbarian and noble. Lansing, M. F. 

Barbarossa, Frederick. See Frederick I, 
Barbarossa, emperor of the Holy Ro- 
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Barbary states 

Holland, R. S. How the young republic 
fought the Barbary pirates 
In Historic adventures, p80-112 (6-8) 
Barbauld, Mrs. Anna Letitia (Aikin) 
Order and disorder 
/;; Edgeworth's Waste not, want not, 
and other stories 
Sec also Aikin, J:, jt. auth. 
Barber, Grace Edson 
Wagner opera stories. 1901 Public school 
pub. CO., Bloomington, 111. 50c (6-8) 

Contents: The Rhinegold; Die Walkiire; or. The 
story of Brunhilde; Siegfried; Di* Gotterdam- 
merung; Parsifal 

"They interpret the music to the childish heart 
as I have seldom seen it interpreted." Elizabeth 
Harrison 

Barberries 

Gibson, W: H. Barberry manners 
In Eye spy, p221-9 (6-8) 
Barberry bush. Coolidge, S. 

Barbour, Ralph Henry 

Around the end. (Yardley Hall school ser. 
v6) Appleton *$1.35 (6-8) 

"Kendall Burtis, the hero of 'Change signals,' 
through the efforts of his friends is made to real- 
ize his own power. The plot of the villain who 
attempts to sell the football signals is exposed, the 
previous suspicions upon Kendall are removed and 
the team make him captain. Better than the 
'Yardley' average." A. L. A. bkl. 
Arrival of Jimpson. Appleton *$1.35 (7-8) 
"Exciting account of a Yale-Harvard football 
game. With lo other short stories of baseball and 
school and college life." N. Y. city 
Behind the line. (Erskine ser. vl) Apple- 
ton *$1.35; (.Boy's lib.) *50c (6-8) 

"Football and life in a small New England col- 
lege." N. Y^ state lib. 
Captain Chub. (Crimson sweater ser. 
v4) Century $1.50 (6-8) 

"A jolly summer aboard the houseboat 'Slow 
Poke' on the Hudson." Washington 
Captain of the crew. (Hilton school 
ser. v3) Appleton *$1.35; (Boy's lib.) 
*50c (6-8) 

"School athletics and character building." 
N. Y. state lib. 
Change signals. (Yardlev Hall school ser. 
v5) Appleton *$1.35 '(6-8) 

"Yardley wins a match at the last moment 
from its hated rival, Broadwood, by putting in the 
freshman hero." A. L. A. bkl. 

Crimson sweater. (Crimson sweater ser. 
vl) Century $1.50 (6-8) 

"School life. Football leads in interest, but 
other sports are introduced." A. L. A. bkl. 

Crofton chums. Century *$1.25 (6-8) 
"Spirited school story without much plot, in 
which the homelike boarding-house life and ath- 
letic struggles of a group of very natural boys 
are well depicted." A. L. A. bkl. 

Double plav. (Yardlev Hall school ser. 
v2) Appieton *$1.35 (6-8) 

"Later events in the school life of the hero of 
'Forward pass.' " A. L. A. bkl. 
For the honor of the school. (Hilton 
school ser. v2) Appleton $1.35; (Boy's 
lib.) *50c; Grosset (Every boy's lib.) 
*50c (6-8) 

"Cross country racing, football, skating and 
track athletics." Prentice and Power 
For Yardley. (Yardlev Hall school ser. 
v4) Appleton *$1.35 (6-8) 

"Jolly story, describing real boys and real ath- 
letics. An April fool joke on a rival school leads 
to the punishment of one of the boys and the loss 
of his Y. which he regains by winning the mile 
run for Yardley." A. L. A. bkl. 



Forward pass. (Yardley Hall school ser. 
vl) Appleton *$1.35; (Boy's lib.) *50'C 
(6-8) 
School life and the new football 

Four in camp. (Big four ser. vl) Apple- 
ton *$1.35; (Boy's lib.) *50c (6-7) 

"Adventures in a boys' summer camp on a New 

Hampshire lake." N. Y. state lib. 

Half-back; a story of school, football 
and golf. (Hilton school ser. vl) Ap- 
pleton *$1.35; (Boy's lib.) *50c (6-8) 
Kingsford, quarter. Century $1.50 (6-8) 
"Spirited story of football and boy life at Riv- 
erport. Slight of plot but wholesome throughout." 
A. L. A. bkl. 

Spirit of the school. Appleton *$1.35; 
(Boy's lib.) *S0c (6-8) 

"The story turns upon the question of school 
honor in maintaining a student at school for his 
football playing. Reprinted from 'Youth's com- 
panion.' " A. L. A. bkl. 

Weatherby's inning. Appleton *$1.35; 
(Boy's lib.) *50c (7-8) 

"A young man's struggle against untoward cir- 
cumstances in a small New England college." 
N. Y. state lib. 

W^inning his "Y." (Yardley Hall school 
ser. v3) Appleton *$1.35 (6-8) 

"Gerald Pennimore, a new student at Y'ardley 
Hall, proves his manliness and democratic spirit." 
Bk. rev. digest 

Barefoot boy. Whittier, J: G. 

/;; Evans and others. Farm life read- 
ers, bk4, p61-5 
Whittier's Child life, p36-40 

Barents, Willem 

Tohnson, W: H: William Barentz 
In World's discoverers. p272-320 (7-8) 

Bamaby Lee. See Bennett, J: 

Barnacles 

Duncan, F. ^I. and L. T. 
1)1 The lobster and his relations, p66-76 
(5-8) 
Wright, J. M. 

In Seaside and wayside, v2, pll3-27 
(3) 

Barnard, Howard Clive 

British Isles in pictures. 1910 ]\Iacniillan 
*7Sc (4-6) 

"Contains a map of the British Isles and 58 
illustrations, 32 of which are in color. Brief de- 
scriptions of the islands and of the castles, cathe- 
drals and cities represented." Pittsburgh 

Barnes, James 

Commodore Bainbridge. 1897 (Young 

heroes of our navy ser.) Appleton 

*$1; (Boy's lib.) *50c (6-7) 

"The war with the Tripolitan pirates, 1803, and' 
the 'Constitution' and 'Java' fight, 1812, described 
in a way few boys can resist." N. Y. city 

For king or country. Harper $1.50 (6-8) 
"Story of twin brothers who fought on opposite 
sides in the war of the revolution." Pittsburgh 

Giant of three wars; a life of General 
Scott. 1903 Appleton *$1; (Bov's lib.) 
*50c (6-7) 

Hero of Erie: Oliver Hazard Perry. 
1898 Appleton *$1; (Boy's lib.) *50c 
(6-7) . . 

"Facts, slightly embroidered with imaginary 
conversations." N. Y. state lib. oUgtl 

Loyal traitor. Harper $1.50 (7-8) 
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Barnes, James — Continued 

Midshipman Farragut. 1896 (Young 

heroes of our navy ser.) Appleton *$1; 

(Boy's lib.) *50c (6-7) 

"Story of two years of Admiral Farragut's boy 

life on Commodore Porter's ship during the war 

of i8i2." N. Y. state lib. 

Son of Lighthorse Harry. Harper $1.25 
(6-8) 

"Boy's story of adventure, of which the hero is 
General Robert E. Lee." N. Y. city 

With the flag in the channel. Appleton 
*$1; (Boy's lib.) *50c (6-7) 

"Story of Captain Gustavus Conyngham, who 
carried the Rattlesnake flag of the American colo- 
nies in English waters, 1777-1779." N. Y. city 

Yankee ships and Yankee sailors. Mac- 
millan *$1.50; (Standard school lib.) 
*50c; Grosset (Every boy's lib.) *50c 
(7-8) 

"Historical tales of the men of 1812. Most 
of them founded on actual happenings." N. Y. 
city 

Barnum, Frances Courtenay (Baylor). See 

Baylor, Frances Courtenay 

Barnum, Madelene Demarest. See John- 
ston, E. L., jt. auth. 

Barometer 

Hodgson, F: T. 

hv Mechanics indoors and out, p255-61 
(6-8) ' 
Holden, E: S. 

In The sciences, pS3-8 {6-7) 
Flopkins, G: M. Mercurial barometer 

hi Home mechanics, p201-5 (7-8) 
Williams, A. 

In How it works, p32S-32 (7-8) 

Barr, Mrs. Amelia Edith (Huddleston) 

Bow of orange ribbon. Dodd $1.25; 40c 
(8) 

"Romance of the Stamp act and pre-revolution- 
ary days." N. Y. city 

Trinity bells. Dodd =^$1.35 (6-7) 

"A romance of old New York, 1798, in which 
an American is captured by the Algerian pirates 
and held for ransom." N. Y. city 

"Appeared in St. Nicholas, v. 26." Pittsburgh 

Barrie, James Matthew 

Little minister. Dodge $2; Crowell $1.50 
(8) 

"A Scotch story, of which the heroine is Bab- 
bie, who pretends to be a gypsy girl." Pratt 

The Dodge edition contains illustrations from 
photographs of the play as produced by Miss 
Maude Adams and her company 

Peter and Wendy; il. by F. D. Bedford. 
Scribner *$1.50 (3-6) 

"Adventures of Peter Pan and his wife, 
Wendy, with lost boys, pirates and the fairy. 
Tinker Bell." ' Cleveland 

Peter Pan; retold by F. O. Perkins. Sil- 
ver *50c 

"Retold from the play. Barrie's spirit is kept 
better than in other retold versions. Type, illus- 
trations, binding are excellent." Wis. bul. 

Peter Pan in Kensington gardens; with 
drawings by Arthur Rackham. Scrib- 
ner *$1.50 (3-6) 
"Peter Pan, a little boy who never grows up, 
lives on an island in the Serpentine and plays 
with the fairies in the gardens every night after 
lock-out time." Utica 

"Cheaper issue, better adapted in size and 

binding to library use, containing 16 of the 50 

charming colored plates in the original volume 

^ (*$S). Abridged from 'The little white bird.' " 

N. Y. state lib. 



Barstow, Charles Lester 

(ed.) Civil war. (Century readings in 
U. S. history) 1912 Century *50c 
(4-8) 
"Many of the selections were written by those 
who took part in the events described, Beaure- 
gard, Grant, Porter, McClellan, Sherman and 
others." Pittsburgh 
(ed.) Colonists and the revolution. 
(Century readings in U. S. history) 
1912 Century *50c (4-8) 

"Mainly descriptive of life in colonial times. 
Contains also short accounts of Franklin, Wash- 
ington, Nathan Hale, Lafayette, Paul Jones and 
the signers of the Declaration of independence." 
Pittsburgh 

(ed.) Explorers and settlers. (Century 
readings in U. S. history) 1912 Cen- 
tury *50c (4-8) 
Famous buildings; a primer of architec- 
ture. 1915 Century *$1 (8) 
"Elementary discussion of the principles of 
architecture and a brief summary of periods and 
styles. Contains a glossary of terms used in 
architecture, and a table of buildings to be found 
in the various large cities of the United States. 
A good reference book." A. L. A. bkl. 

Famous pictures. 1912 Century *$1 (7-8) 

"Intended for older children and not so much 
written down as Bryant's 'Famous pictures.' The 
pictures are grouped according to the theme pre- 
sented (portraits, child life, landscapes, etc.) and 
the examples represent the different schools. The 
78 halftone illustrations are very poorly repro- 
duced and the book is unattractive in appearance. 
Chronologic tables and a glossary of technical 
terms. Will have more value for teachers than 
children." A. L. A. bkl. 
(ed.) New nation. (Century readings in 
•U. S. history) 1912 Century *50c (4-8) 

"From the inauguration of Washington to the 
beginning of the civil war." Pittsburgh 

(ed.) Progress of a united people. 

(Century readings in U. S. history) 

1912 Century *50c (4-8) 
"Covers the period since the civil war. In- 
cludes selections of a civic nature, such as Civil 
service reform, by G. W. Curtis.- — The bosses 
and the people, by J. B. Bishop. — On conserva- 
tion, by Theodore Roosevelt. — Civic improvement, 
by Sylvester Baxter. — Peace versus war, by An- 
drew Carnegie. — New Americans, by W. A. Cur- 
tis." Pittsburgh 

(ed.) Westward movement. (Century 
readings in U. S. history) 1912 Century 
*50c (4-8) 

"From 1836 to 1900. Some of the subjects are 
The pony express; Early western steamboating; 
Boone's wilderness road; Pioneer farming; 'The 
plains across;' Resume of Fremont's expeditions; 
Discovery of gold in California." Pittsburgh 

Bart, Jean 

Brooks, E. S. Monsieur, the captain of 
the caravel: story 
In Chivalric days, p237-82 (6-7) 

Bartlett, Frederick Orin 

Forest castaways. Century $1.50 (6-8) 
"Adventures of two city boys who were lost in 
the Maine woods." Utica 

Published serially in "St. Nicholas" 

Bartley, freshman pitcher. Heyliger, W: 

Bartolommeo, Fra 

Keysor. J. E. Bartolommeo and Alberti- 
nelli 
/;; Great artists. v5, pl37-5l (5-8) 

Barton, Clara 

Foote, A. E., and Skinner, A. W. Clara 
Barton and the Red Cross society 
In Makers and defenders of America, 
p298-301 (4-8) 



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CHILDI<EN'S CATALOG 



Barton, Clara — Continued 
Horton, E. Clara Barton 

In Group of famous women, pl65-71 
(6-8) 
Morris, C: Clara Barton, the Red Cross 
evangel of mercy 
In Heroes of progress in America, p317- 
24 (7-8) 
Mowry, W: A: and A. M. Clara Barton 
In American heroes and heroism, pl89- 
95 (5-7) 
Mowry, W: A: and A. M. Clara Barton 
In First steps in the history of our 
country, p292-303 (4-5) 
Wade, ^I. H. B. Clara Barton 
/;( Light-bringers, p64-lll (6-8) 
See also Red Cross society 

Barton, William Eleazar 

Prairie schooner. Wilde *$1.25 (6-7) 

"Gives an excellent picture of th« middle West 
before and during the Black Hawk war." Wis. 

Bartram, John 

Faris, J: T. An early home near Phila- 
delphia 
In Real stories from our history, p60-5 
(6-8) 

Bartruse, Grace 

Children in Japan; pictured by Willy Po- 
gany. 1915 AIcBride *50c (2-4) 

Baseball 

Clarke, W. J., and Dawson, F: T. Base- 
ball. 1915 (7-8) 
Claudy, C. H: Battle of base-ball. 1912 

(6-8) 
Fraser, C. C. Our baseball interests; 
Our home-made baseball outfit 

In Every boy's book of handicraft, 
sports and amusements, p639-62 
(6-8) . 
Harvey, G: B. M. How science won the 
the gaine 

In Thompson's Boys' book of sports, 
p339-48 (6-7) 
How to play baseball. 1913 
McGraw, J : J. How to play baseball. 

1914 (6-8) 
Miller, C. H. 

In Outdoor sports and games, p244-66 
(6-8) 
Withington, P., ed. 

In Book of athletics, p253-329 (5-8) 
Stories 
Barbour, R. H: Arrival of Jimpson (7-8) 
Barbour, R. H: Weatherby's inning 

(7-8) 
Brooks, N. Boys of Fairport (5-7) 
Camp, W. C. Captain Danny (6-8) 
Dudley. A. T. Making the nine (6-7) 
Dudley. A. T. With mask and mitt (6-7) 
Earl, j: P. School team on the diamond 

(6-8) 
Grey, Z. Young pitcher (7-8) 
Hevliger, W: Bartley, freshman pitcher 

(6-8) 
Mathewson, C. Catcher Craig (7-8) 
Mathewson, C. First base Faulkner (7-8) 
Mathewson, C. Pitcher Pollock (7-8) 
Mathewson, C. Pitching in a pinch (7-8) 
Perry, L. Fullback (6-8) 



Basket ball 

Beard, L. and A. B. 
In What a girl can make and do, p346- 
64 (5-7) 
Fraser, C. C. 
In Every boy's book of handicraft, 
sports and amusements, p627-38 
(6-8) 
Kelley, L. E. 
In Three hundred things a bright girl 
can do, p495-506 (7-8) 
Kohler, F: A. How to play basket ball 
In Withington's Book of athletics, p475- 
85 (5-8) 
Reilly, J. A. Basketball: the offense 
In Withington's Book of athletics, p486- 
96 (5-8) 

Basket woman. Austin, M. H. 
Baskets 

Archer, E. A. Simple baskets; Raffia 
baskets and napkin rings 
In Needlecraft, p242-61 (6-8) 
Beard, L. and A. B. Armful of shav- 
ings and what to do with them; How 
to weave a splint basket 
In Indoor and outdoor recreations for 
girls, p36-42, 68-74 (6-7) 
Beard, L. and A. B. Corn-husk basket; 
Basket-weaving 
In What a girl can make and do, p60-2, 
185-93 (5-7) 
Kelley, L. E. Basketry 
In Three hundred things a bright girl 
can do, p203-24 (7-8) 
White, M. How to make baskets. 1901 

(5-8) 
White, M. IMore baskets and how to 
make them. 1903 (5-8) 
See also Raffia work 

Baskett, James Newton 

Story of the birds. 1896 (Home reading 
books) Appleton *65c (6-8) 

"About the habits, coloring, instincts, and de- 
velopment of birds." Oregon 

Story of the fishes. 1899 (Home reading 

books) Appleton *7Sc (5-7) 

"Deep-sea and fresh water fishes, their struc- 
ture and habits." N. Y. city 

Basques 

Starr, F: 

In Strange peoples, p43-7 



(5-6) 



Bass, Florence 

Lessons for beginners in reading. 1898 
Heath *25c (1-2) 
"Short sentences about flowers, nuts, seeds, etc., 
in large, clear type. Illustrated in color. Very 
popular." Pittsburgh 
Stories of animal life, rev ed 1912 Heath 
*40c (2-3) 

Formerly published under title "Nature stories 
for young readers: animal life" 

"Short stories of wasps, bees, birds, fishes and 
outdoor life." N. Y. city 
Stories of pioneer life. 1900 Heath 40c 
(3-4) 

"Indian life; Marquette the missionary; Boone 
and the settlement of Kentucky; Early Ohio; 
Abraham Lincoln, his early life." N. Y. city 
Stories of plant life, rev ed 1912 Heath 
*35c (2-3) 

Formerly published under title "Nature stor ^n 
for young readers: plant life" 

"Stories of trees, flowers, buds and lea- 
N. Y. city 



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39 



Bassett, Sara Ware 

Story of glass. 1916 Penn *75c 

Story of lumber. 1912 Penn *75c (6-8) 

"Describes in story form, through the experi- 
ences of a fifteen-year-old boy in his uncle's lum- 
ber camp in New Brunswick, the operations in- 
volved in preparing lumber for the market, varie- 
ties of trees, methods of conservation, etc. Based 
on Gifford Pinchot's 'Primer of forestry.' " N. Y. 
state lib. 
Story of wool. 1913 Penn *75c (5-8) 

"An eastern boy spends some time on his 
father's Idaho sheep ranch, makes a trip to the 
range with the herders, sees the 'dipping' and 
'shearing' and learns many things about the wool 
industry." Pittsburgh 

Bates, Katharine Lee 

America the beautiful; poem 

bi Cabot and others. Course in citi- 
zenship, p263-4 
Cabot's Ethics for children, p219-20 

(1-6) 
In sunny Spain with Pilarica and Rafael. 
(Little schoolmate ser.) 1913 Button 
*$1 (6-8) 

"Story of a Spanish household, told in a most 
interesting way with bits of history and art and 
customs of the people skilfully woven in. The 
children's father and hero brother go to the 
Spanish-American war and we see how the little 
Spanish boy and girl felt about it." A. L. A. bkl. 
Story of Chaucer's Canterbury pilgrims; 
retold for children. (Canterbury clas- 
sics) Rand 40c (7-8) 
" 'The knight's tale' is given in Dryden's ver- 
sion, 'The prioress' tale' in Wordsworth's and 
'The squire's tale' in Leigh Hunt's. Can be used 
to advantage in connection with the prose ver- 
sions, but it will hardly be popular for reading by 
the children themselves." A. L. A. bkl. 

"Account of the Tabard inn and the pilgrims, 
with 6 tales retold in modern English verse. Il- 
lustrations from photographs, old prints and 
manuscripts." Pittsburgh 

Bates, Katharine Lee, and Coman, Kath- 
arine 

(comps.) English history told by English 
poets. 1902 Alacmillan *60c (7-8) 
Baths and bathing 
Jewett, F. G. 
In Town and city, p62-7 (7-8) 

Baton Rouge (fort) 

Brooks, E. S. Last conquistador 
In Barstow's New nation, p30-42 (4-8) 

Bats 

Comstock, A. B. Little brown bat 

In Pet book, pll4-18 (5-8) 
Johonnot, J. Flying mouse 

In Some curious flyers, creepers and 
swimmers, p213-22 (5-6) 
Lang, A., ed. Bats and vampires 

In Red book of animal stories, pl96-9 
(6-7) 
Miller, O. T. Hanging by the heels 
hv Little folks in feathers and fur, 
p27-9 (3-5) 
Seton. E. T. Bats in the Devil's Kitchen 
In Wild animals at home, p89-94 (5-8) 
Stickney, J. H. The bat 
In Lane's All the year round, v4, p96-7 
(3-4) 
Wilder, B. G. Bats and their habits 
In Johonnot's Glimpses of the animate 
world, p355-8 (6) 
Wright, J. M. Flying mammal 

hi Seaside and wayside, v4, p313-20 
(5-6) 



Wright, M. O. 
In Four-footed Americans, p395-40O 
(7-8) 

Stories 
Pierson, C. D. Little bat who wouldn't 
go to bed 
In Among the forest people, pl23-32 
(4-5) 
Pyle, K. Tame bat 

In Stories of humble friends, p98-106 
(3-4) 
Seton, E. T. Atalapha, a winged brownie 
In Wild animal ways, pl41-207 
Battle-fields and camp fires. Abbot, W. J: 
Battle-fields and victory. Abbot, W. J: 
Battle-fields of '61. Abbot, W. J: 
Battle-hymn of the republic. See Howe, 

J. W. 
Battle of base-ball. Claudy, C. H : 
Battle of New York. Stoddard, W: O. 
Battle of the third cousins. Stockton, F. R: 

In Bee-man of Orn, pl38-55 
Battle-ships. See Warships 
Battles 

Creasy, E: S. Fifteen decisive battles of 

the world (7-8) 
Linscott, R. N. Boys' book of battles. 

1914 (7-8) 
Newbolt, H: J: Book of the thin red 

line. 1915 
Ralph, J. Modern battlefield 

In World's story, v3, p458-64 
Wood, E. Boys' book of battles. 1913 
(6-8) 

See also Military art and science; 
Naval battles; War poetry; also names 
of battles, as Agincourt; Baltic; Ban- 
nockburn; Blenheim; Bull Run; Bunker 
Hill; Light Brigade, Charge of; Chicka- 
mauga; Flodden; Gettysburg; Lexing- 
ton; Manila Bay; Naseby; New Orleans; 
Princeton; Pyramids; Shiloh; Ther- 
mopylae; Tours; Trafalgar; Waterloo 
Poetry 
Bellamy, B. W., and Goodwin, M. W., 
eds. 
In Open sesame, vl, pl85-202; v2, pl31- 
55 (3-7) 
English, T: D., comp. Boy's book of bat- 
tle lyrics. 1895 (6-8) 
Matthews, B., ed. Poems of American 

patriotism. 1899 (5-8) 
Scollard, C, ed. Ballads of American 

bravery. 1900 (6-8) 
Wiggin, K. D. S., and Smith, N. A., eds. 
In Golden numbers. p509-5G (6-8) 
Baucis and Philemon 

Cooke, F. J. Baucis and Philemon 

In Nature myths, p71-3 (2-4) 
Hawthorne, N. Miraculous pitcher 
In MacDonald and Blaisdell's Child 
life, v5, pl36-58 
Swift, J. Baucis and Philemon; verse 
In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, vl, p279-82 (3-5) 

Bay, Jens Christian 

(comp.) Danish fairy and folk tales. 
Harper $1.50 (3-5) 



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CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



Bayard, Chevalier de 

Greene, F. N., and Kirk, D. W. The 
Chevalier Bayard 
In With spurs of gold, p203-52 (6-7) 
Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Chev- 
alier Bayard 
In Famous men of modern times, p53-62 
(4-6) 
Hale, E: E. Bayard 

In Boys' heroes, p9S-110 (6-8) 
Hare, C. Story of Bayard. 1911 (6-8) 
Johnston, C: H. L. Chevalier Bayard, the 
warrior without fear and without re- 
proach 
In Famous cavalry leaders, p53-73 (6-8) 
Lansing, M. F. Chevalier Bayard _ 
In Page, esquire, and knight, pl55-/8 
(4-6) 
Morris, C: 

/;;. Historical tales: French, pl62-70 
(7-8) 
Bayberry candles. See Candles 
Bayliss, Mrs. Clara Kern 

Lolami, the little cliff-dweller. Public 
school pub. CO., Bloomington, 111. 50c 
(4-5) 

"Lives and customs of the cliff-dwellers of New 
Mexico and Arizona." Wis. 

Baylor, Mrs. Edith Miriam Hedges 

Little prospector. Lothrop $1 (3-5) 
"Eight year old Nevada pioneer has some un- 
usual experiences." N. Y. state lib. 

Baylor, Frances Courtenay 

Georgian bungalow. Houghton *$1 (4-5) 

"Picnics, a real down-south barbecue and other 

good times in Georgia." Pittsburgh ,, ^^ 

Juan and Juanita. Houghton *$1.40 (4-6) 

"Founded on the adventures of two real lit- 
tle Mexican children who were stolen by the 
Indians and who made their way back three hun- 
dred miles to their home." Utica 

Be prepared. Dimock, A. W. 

Beach patrol. Drysdale, W: 

Beadwork 

Archer, E. A. Simple bead chains on 
single strings, a home-made loom, 
woven chains, belts and purses 
In Needlecraft, p278-94 (6-8) 
Kelley, L. E. Beads and their uses 
In Three hundred things a bright girl 
can do, pi -40' (7-8) 
Sage. E.. and Cooley, A. M. 

In Occupations for little fingers, p»l-yu 

Beal, William James 

Seed dispersal. Ginn *42c; *35c (4-5) 

Bealby, John T. 

Canada. (Peeps at many lands) 1909 Mac- 
millan *60c (6-7) 

Partial contents: Great Dominion; Far w«st; 
Home life in Canada; Timber 

Beale, Mrs. Harriet S. (Blaine) 

Stories from the Old Testament for chil- 
dren. 1907 Duffield *$1.80 (4-6) 

"Follows closely the lines of the Old Testa- 
ment, a considerable portion of the narratives 
being in the language of Scripture." Arnold 

Beans 

Bass, F. Life of a bean 

In Stories of plant life, p35-9 (2-3) 
Morley, M. W. 

In Seed-babies, pl-15 (2-4) 



Story of a bean 

In Boston collection of kindergarten 
stories, p77-80 (2-3) 
Strong, F. L., ed. Lima bean; Bean plant 
In All the year round, v3, p9-10, 15-16 
(3-4) 

Bear stories. Carter, 'SI. H., ed. 

Beard, Daniel Carter 

American boj's' book of bugs, butterflies 
and beetles. 1915 Lippincott *$2 (6-8) 

American boy's handy book; what to do 
and how to do it. 1910 Scribner *$1.50 
(5-8) 

"Directions for making kites, boats, aquariums, 
puppet shows and all sorts of games and toys. 
Classed under the seasons." N. Y. state lib. 

Boat-building and boating. 1911 Scrib- 
ner *$1; Grosset (Every boy's lib.) *50c 
(6-8) 

"Practical book for amateurs. Gives clear and 
definite instruction for making and handling^ boats 
from raft to canoe, small sailboat and simple, 
rather crude motor boat. 238 diagrams and 
other drawings." N. Y. state lib. 

Bov pioneers. Sons of Daniel Boone. 
1909 Scribner *$1.50 (5-8) 

"Directions for organizing and carrying on a 
Boy pioneers or a Daniel Boone club. Tells ho,w 
to initiate new members, how to make the cos- 
tumes, a fort; a Mandan council-house, etc., and 
to celebrate pioneer days, Crockett's, Kit Carson's, 
Audubon's and others. There are additional 
chapters on camping, games and sports." Pitts- 
burgh 

Handicraft for outdoor boys. 1906 (Every 
boy's lib.) Grosset *50c (6-8) 

"This book is the Spring and Summer sections 
of 'New ideas for out of doors; the field and 
forest handy book,' published by Scribner's sons, 
and is reprinted in this edition by permission of 
author and publisher." Publisher 

Jack of all trades; new ideas for Ameri- 
can boys. 1900 Scribner *$1.50 (5-7) 

"Practical suggestions for keeping small wild 
animals, pigeons and hens, building coops and 
cabins, working with tools, etc." Hewins 

New ideas for out of doors; the field and 
forest handv book. 1906 Scribner 
*$1.50 (6-8) ' 

"How to make kites, herbariums, bird houses, 

aquariums, fire engines, boats, bridges, log houses, 

sleds, etc. — and how to camp, pack a horse." 

Oregon 

Outdoor handy book, for playground, 

field and forest. 1900 Scribner *$1.50 

(5-7) 

"An excellent book of outdoor games and 
sports of every description from marbles, tops 
and kites to football, hockey and golf." N. Y. 
city ,, 

New edition of "American boy's book of sport. 

Shelters, shacks, and shanties. 1914 
Scribner *$1.25 (6-8) 

"Practical directions, accompanied by detail 
drawings, for the building of various kinds of 
shanties, log cabins, hogans, etc. Of interest to 
Boy scouts and others interested in building 
simple out-of-door shelters." Cleveland 

Beard, Lina, and Beard, Adelia Belle 

American girl's handy book. 1898 Scrib- 
ner *$1.50 (5-7) 

"Decorations, amusements, painting, drawing, 
gift-making, needlework, candy making, bicycling, 
clay modeling, china-painting, etc." Wis. 
Indoor and outdoor recreations for girls. 
1906 Scribner *$1.50 (6-7) 

"A new edition of their 'Handicraft and rer^n 
re.ition for girls.' About spinning, weavf 
pottery, toy making and games, play houses 
picnics." Oregon 



CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



41 



Beard, Lina, and Beard, Adelia Belle — Cont. 
Little folks' handy book. 1910 Scribner 
*75c (2-5) 

"Simple handicraft for little children. Differs 
from kindergarten books in that the toys sugges- 
ted by text and illustrations are made from empty 
spools, clothes pins, kindling wood, etc., encour- 
aging resourcefulness and simplicity in play. 
Children of nine and ten can use it without help." 
A. L. A. bkl. 

On the trail; an outdoor book for girls. 

1915 Scribner *$1.25 (6-8) 
Things worth doing and how to do them. 

1906 Scribner *$1.50 (6-7) 

Parties and entertainments, miniature seven 
wonders of the world and how to make them, 
things to make for home, gift days and fairs 

What a girl can make and do; new ideas 
for work and play. 1902 Scribner 

*$1.50 (5-7) 

"Quick ink pictures, moving toys, baskets, 
home-made musical instruments, rugs, basket-ball, 
tableaux, paper work, gardens, valentines, etc." 
Wis. 

Beard, Patten 

Jolly book of boxcraft. 1914 Stokes 

*$1.35 (5-8) 

"Clear directions (which the older children can 
follow themselves or the younger, with the help 
of some one) on how to make the various build- 
ings of Boxville, all necessary furniture, and 
games which the children can play. More elab- 
orate and comprehensive than 'When mother 
lets us make paper box furniture.' " A. L. A. bkl, 

Jolly book of playcraft. 1916 Stokes 

=^■$1-35 (4-8) 

Bears 

Johonnot, J. ^Monarch of the mountain 
In Neighbors with claws and hoofs, p92- 
lUl (5-6) 
INIonteith, J: and C. Bears; A bear farm 
In Some useful animals, pl33-42 (2-3) 
Roosevelt, T. 

In Good hunting, p27-37 (7-8) 
Seton, E. T. Bears of high and low de- 
gree 
In Wild animals at home, pl99-218 (o-8) 
Wood, C. D. 

In Animals, p90-4 (4-7) 
Wright, M. O. 

In Four-footed Americans, p238-43, 378- 
80 (7-8) 

Poetry 
Harte, B. Grizzly 
In Johonnot's Glimpses of the animate 
world, p380 (6-7) 
Stories 
Carter, M. H., ed. Bear stories. 1904 

(5-6) 
Coolidge, S. Bear story 

In New-year's bargain, pJ9-31 (3-4) 
Harte, B. Baby Sylvester 

In Riverside readers, v6, p2-16 
Johonnot, J. Bear in fable and story 
In Neighbors with claws and hoofs, 
pl08-17 (5-6) 
Lang, A., ed. Further adventures of Tom, 
a bear in Paris; How Tom the bear 
was born a Frenchman 
In Red book of animal stories, pl43-53, 
351-6 (6-7) 
Lang, A., ed. Tom: an adventure in the 
life of a bear in Paris; Stories about 
bears 
In Animal story book, pl-13, 71-81 
(5-7) 



Long, W: J. Moween the bear 

In Ways of wood folk, pl87-205 (4-6) 
Long, W: J. Moween's den 

In Little brother to the bear, plOO-7 
(5-7) 
Long, W: J. When you meet a bear 

In Wood folk at school, p58-74 (5-7) 
Miller, J. True bear stories (6-7) 
Miller, J. Twin babies 
In Children's hour, v7, p3-9 

Jordan's True tales of birds and 
beasts, p91-9 (5-6) 
Paine, A. B. Arkansaw bear (3-5) 
Reade, C: Hunted by a bear 
In Evans and others. Farm life read- 
ers, bkS, pl94-202 (4-6) 
Reid, M. Bruin, the grand bear hunt 

.(6-8) 
Richards, L. E. H. A new story 

In Four feet, two feet and no feet, pl6- 
18 (2-4) 
Seton, E. T. Biography of a grizzly. 

1903 (6-8) 
Seton, E. T. Johnny Bear , 

1)1 Krag and Jobnny Bear, p93-126 
Lives of the hunted, pl41-91 (4-7) 
Seton, E. T. Monarch, the big bear of 

Tallac. 1904 (5-6) 
Slivitski, A. Baby Mishook (6-8) 
Thaxter, C. Bear at Appledore 

In Stories and poems for children, p62- 
71 (4-5) 
Wright, W: H. Ben, the black bear. 1910 
(6-8) 
Beatrice of Denewood. Knipe, E. B. and 

A. A. 
Beautiful Joe. Saunders, M. 
Beauty 

Child, L. M. The immortal fountain; 
story 
In Poulsson's In the child's world, p222- 
6 
Whittier's Child life in prose, pl93- 
200 
Beauty and the beast 

In Crane's Beauty and the beast picture 
book 
Scudder's Book of fables and folk 

stories, pl23-36 
Scudder's Book of folk stories, p75- 

91 
Scudder's Children's book, pl04-9 
Beavers 

Carpenter, F. G: 
In How the world is clothed, pl85-7 
(4-5) 
Hale, E: E., ed. 

In Stories of adventure, pl70-8 (6-8) 
Higginson, T: W. Forest engineers 

Iji Johonnot's Glimpses of the animate 
world, p316-21 (6) 
Hulbert, W: D. Biography of a beaver 
In Evans and others. Farm life read- 
ers, bk5, pl83-93 (4-6) 
Lang, A., ed. How a beaver builds his 
house 
In Animal story book, p64-7 (5-7) 
Richards, L. E. H. Benjamin Beaver, the 
builder 
In Four feet, two feet and no feet, p29- 
30 (2-4) 



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Beavers — Continued 
Wood, C. D. 

In Animals, p84-9 (4-7) 
Wright, J. M. Ancient builder 
In Seaside and wayside, v4, pl66-73 
(5-6) 
Wright, M. O. Beaver's story 
III Four-footed Americans, p365-75 

Stories of birds and beasts, pl21-30 
(5-7) 

Stories 

Hawkes, C. Shaggycoat, the biography 

of a beaver. 1906 (5-7) 
Long. W: J. The builders 

In Ways of wood folk, p77-10O (4-6) 
Roberts, C: G: D. House in the water. 

1908 (7-8) 

Backet, Thomas a. See Thomas a Becket 
Beckwith, M. E. See Salisbury, G. E., jt. 
auth. 

Bade 

Wright, H. C. The Venerable Bede 
In Children's stories in English litera- 
ture, vl, p46-56 (7-8) 

Bedouins. See Arabia 

Bed-time stories. Moulton, L. C. 

Bedtime story-books. Burgess, T. W. 

Bee-man of Orn. Stockton, F. R: 

In Bee man of Orn, and other fanciful 
tales 
Fanciful tales, p32-51 
Queen's museum, p86-101 (4-6) 

Bee people. Morley, M. W. 

Beebe, Katherine 

Story of Longfellow. Flanagan 25c (5-6") 
Sec also Perry, F. M., jt. auth. 

Beebe, Mabel Borton 

Four American naval heroes. 1899 Am. 
bk. *50c (4-6) 

"Paul Jones, Oliver H. Perry, Admiral Farra- 
gut. Admiral Dewey." Wis. 

Published separately at loc each 

Beachar, Henry Ward 

American flag 

In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v7, p226-8 (7) 
Apple trees in love 

In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v7, p235-7 (7) 
Death of Lincoln 
In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, v3, pl61-2 (7-8) 
Haying 
Iti Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v7, p229-34 (7) 
Object lessons 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v6, p239-41 (6) 
Thanksgiving da}^ 
In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, v3, p338-40 (7-8) 
Biography 
Bolton, S. K. Henry Ward Beecher 
In Famous leaders among men, p217-60 
(7-8) 
■ Faris, J: T. 

In Winning their way, p350-7 (7-8) 



Poetry 
Phelps, C: H: Henry Ward Beecher 
In Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 
p228-9 (5-7) 

Beechnut. Abbott, J. 

Bees 

Bass, F. 

In Stories of animal life, p40-4, 65-8, 
133-6, 148-50 (2-3) 
Bates, H. W. Wasps and bees along the 
Amazon river 

In Weed's Insect world, pl95-200 (5-6) 
Beard, D. C. Honey-bee messengers 

/» Outdoor handy book, p234-8 (5-7) 
Bullivant, C. H: Bee-keeping 

III Every boy's book of hobbies, p392- 
400 (7-8) 
Burroughs, J: Birds and bees. Sharp 

eyes, and other papers. (6-8) 
Campbell, H. L. Honej'^-bee 

In American girl's home book, p384-9 
(5-7) 
Comstock, A. B. Observation bee hive 

In Pet book, p292-4 (5-8) 
Evans, L. B., and others. Honey bees 

In Farm life readers, bkS, p290-4 (4-6) 
Gibson, W: H. Queer fruits from the 
bee's basket 

/;; Sharp eyes, pll2-16 (7-8) 
Hook, S. L. Wisest of the little people 

In Little people, pl48-67 (4-5) 
Johonnot, J., ed. Honey-gatherers 

In Glimpses of the animate world, 
pll3-19 (6-7) 
Kelley, L. E. Bee-keeping, or an apiary 

In Three hundred things a bright girl 
can do, p576-84 (7-8) 
Kelh', ^L A. B. Divided household 

In Short stories of our shy neighbors, 
pl43-55 (3-5) 
Kirby, %l. and E. Story of the honey 

/;; Aunt Martha's corner cupboard, 
pl35-53 (3-5) 
]\Iiller, M. R. Keeping bees 

In Outdoor work. p287-336 (6-8) 
Miller, O. T. Little dark nursery under 
the ground 

In Little folks in feathers and fur, 
pl64-6 (3-5) 
]\Ionteith, J: and C. An hour with the 
bees 

In Some useful animals, pl79-84 (2-3) 
Morlev, M. W. 

In Insect folk, v2, pl75-228 (3-4) 
Morley, M. W. Bee people. 1899 (4-5) 
Morley, M. W. Bumble-bees 

In Seed-babies, p57-61 (2-4) 
Poulsson, E. The bee 

Jn In the child's world, p352-4 (1-2) 
Riley. C. V. Honeybee 

In Weed's Insect world, p200-7 (5-6) 
Shuckard. W. E. Bees and flowers 

In Weed's Insect world, pl88-92 (5-6) 
Strong, F. L., ed. 

In All the year round, vl, p64-70 (3-4) 
Tappan, E. M. Little people of the hive 

In Farmer and his friends, p58-65 (5-6) 
W'ood, C. D. 

In Animals, pi 70-3 (4-7) 
Wright, J. M. 

In Seaside and wayside, vl, p45-67 (2) 



CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



43 



Bees — Continued 

Poetry 

Douglass, M. Song of the bee 

In Lovejoy's Nature in verse, pl40-l 
(4-7) 
Eddy, S. J., ed. Cunning bee 

In Friends and helpers, pl23 (3-5) 
Emerson, R. W. Humble-bee 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v7, p223-5 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 

p269-71 
Thacher's Listening child, p239-40 
Morley, M. W. The bee 
hi Flowers and their friends, pl04 
(4-5) 
Tennyson, A. Bee and the flower 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v3, 
p51-2 (3-4) 

Stories 
Keller, H. A. Edith and the bees 

In Foulsson's In the child's world, p348- 
51 (1-2) 
Noel, M. Buz; or. The life and adven- 
tures of a honey bee. 1898 (3-5) 
— Same [excerpt] ; with title When the 
bees swarmed 
In Children's hour, v7, plO-21 
— Same [excerpt adapted] ; with title Nar- 
row escape 
In Foulsson's In the child's world, p356- 
60 
Not a busy bee 
In Boston collection of kindergarten 
stories, p85-8 (2-3) 
Pierson, C. D. Bees and the kingbird; A 
swarm leaves the bee tree 
In Among the forest people, p62-72, 133- 
43 (4-5) 
Pierson, C. D. Fussy queen bee 
In Among the farmyard people, p47-63 
(3-4) 
Putnam, Mrs. A. H. Story of Buzzy 
In Boston collection of kindergarten 
stories, pl22-9 (2-3) 
Spring 

In Boston collection of kindergarten 
stories, p75-7 (2-3) 
Beet sugar 

Rocheleau, W: F. 
In Great American industries, v2, p76- 
88 (5-7) 
Beethoven, Ludwig van 

Dutton, M. B. Ludwig van Beethoven 
In Little stories of Germany, pl66-72 
(5-6) 
Gilbert, A. Deaf musician 

In More than conquerors, p3-24 (6-8) 
Hoffman, F. Ludwig van Beethoven 

(6-7) 
Lillie. L. C. W. Ludwig von Beethoven 
In Story of music and musicians, pl64- 
76 (6-8) 
Smith, H. Beethoven 

In Founders of music, p60-78 (7-8) 
Wagner. R: Visit to Beethoven 
In World's story, v7, p208-19 
Beetles 

Beard. D. C. 
In American boys' book of bugs, but- 
terflies and beetles, pl90-269 (6-8) 



Gibson, W: H. Bombardier-beetle, Dev- 
il's coach-horse, etc. 
In Sharp eyes, p73-9, 99-106, 138-42, 
260-2, 305-9 (7-8) 
Gibson, W: H. Story of the floundering 
beetle; Mr. and Mrs. Tumble-bug; 
Perfumed beetle 
/;; Eye spy, pl-10, 53-63, 130-5 (6-8) 
Hook, S. L. Little people in armor 

In Little people, p57-87 (4-5) 
Kelly, M. A. B. History of a beetle 
In Short stories of our shy neighbors, 
pl35-9 (3-5) 
Lockwood, S: Goldsmith beetle 

In Weed's Insect world, pl67-73 (5-6) 
Miller, O. T. The devil's coach horse 
In Little folks in feathers and fur, 
p2 10-22 (3-5) 
Morley, M. W. 

In Insect folk, v2, pl25-72 (3-4) 
Pierson, C. D. Beetle who did not like 
caterpillars 
In Among the meadow people, p56-60 
(3-4) 
Pyle, K. Two worlds 

/;; Stories of my humble friends, pl25- 
33 (3-4) 
W^eed, C. M. May beetles; Potato bee- 
tle 
In Stories of insect life, vl, p33-6 (4-5) 
W^eed, C. M. Webworm tiger; Ladybird 
beetle 
In Stories of insect life, v2, p35-7, 49-55 
(4-5) 
Wright, J. M. 

In Seaside and wayside, v2, p73-112 

(3) 

Poetry 

Southey, C. B. Lady-bird, lady-bird 
In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, vl, pl03-4 (3-5) 

Beets. See Beet sugar 

Beggar's daughter of Bethnal Green 

In Macleod's Book of ballad stories, 
p65-74 

Beginner's garden book. French, A. 

Behavior. See Character; Conduct 

Behind the dark pines. Young, M. 

Behind the line. Barbour, R. H: 

Behind the scenes with wild animals. Vel- 
vin, E. 

Behind the white brick. See Burnett, F. H. 
Sara Crewe 

Being a boy. Warner, C: D. 

Beleaguered city. Longfellow, H : W. 

In Mabie's Legends that every child 
should know, pl40-l (6-7) 

Belgium 

Description and travel 

Carpenter, F, G: Belgium — the busiest 
workshop of Europe 
In Europe, pl25-33 (5-6) 

Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: 
In Europe, p60-6 (5-7) 

George, M. M., ed. Little journey to Hol- 
land, Belgium and Denmark. 1902 (5-6)' 

Omond, G: W: T. Belgium. 1909 (6-7) 



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Belgium — Description and travel — Cont. 
Stockton, F. R: Low countries and the 
Rhine 
In Personally conducted, p218-25 (6-7) 
Winslow, I: O. 

In Europe, p63-8 (4-6) 

History 
Eggleston, G: C. Troublesome burghers 
In Eggleston's Strange stories from his- 
tory, p88-98 
Johonnot's Stories of other lands, 
p87-95 (4-6) 

Social life and customs 

Jonckheere, R. When I was a boy in 
Belgium. 1915 (7-8) 

Mansfield, B. M. Gerard, our little Bel- 
gian cousin. 1911 (4-5) 

Terrell, E. H. Scenes in Belgium 
In Northern Europe, p39-45 (5-7) 

Bell, Alexander Graham 

Paris, J: T. Alexander Graham Bell 

In Winning their way, p25-30 (7-8) 
Holland, R. S. Bell and the telephone 

In Historic inventions, p215-32 (5-8) 

Bell, Florence Ev^een Elenore (Olliffe) 

Fair}^ tale plaj's and how to act them. 

Longmans $1.50 (4-6) 
Nurser\^ comedies. Longmans 50c (4-6) 
(comp.) Singing circle. 1911 Longmans 

*$1.25 (1-3) 

"Action songs for very young children, includ- 
ing many familiar nursery songs of England and 
other countries; a group of songs to be sung to 
children and some Stevenson verses set to music. 
The illustrations are poor in color and drawing. 
Tested and approved by a kindergartner." Cleve- 
land 

Bell, Lady Hugh. See Bell, Florence Eve- 
leen Elenore (Olliffe) 

Bell, James Mackintosh. See Brown, A. F., 
jt. auth. 

Bell of Atri 
Baldwin, J. 
In Fiftv famous stories retold, p69-75 
(2-4) 
Crommelin, E. G., ed. 
In Famous legends, pl53-6 (4-5) 

Poetry 
Brooks, C. T., tr. Blind steed 
In Coates's Children's book of poetrj', 
pl82-4 (3-5) 

Longfellow, H: W. Bell of Atri 
In Riverside readers, v6, p90-4 

— Same; with title Alarm-bell of Atri 
In Johonnot's Neighbors with claws 
and hoofs, pl30-4 (5-6) 

Bellamy, Mrs. Blanche (Wilder), and Good- 
win, Mrs. Maud (Wilder) 
(eds.) Open sesame; poetry and prose 
for school-days. 3v 1895 Ginn ea cl 
*75c; bds *50c (3-8) 

Vi, For children from 4 to 12 years old; V2, 
For boys and girls from 10 to 14 years old; V3, 
For students over 14 years of age 

Bellini, Giovanni 

Steedman, A. The Bellini 
In Knights of art, pl42-8 (5-8) 



Bells 

Sheldon, G: The bells 

In Hart and Chapman's How our 
grandfathers lived, p61-4 (6-8) 
See also Electric bells; Liberty bell 
Poetry 
Mahoney, F. S. Bells of Shandon 
In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, v2, p294-5 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p307-8 
Poe, E. A. Bells 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v4, 
p40-4 (5-6) 

Bells (on shipboard) 

Ellicott, J: M. What is told by the bell 
In Sea stories, retold from St. Nicholas, 
pl7-24 (5-8) 

Bells of Shandon. See Mahoney, F. S. 

Ben Comee. Canavan, M. J. 

Ben Hur. Wallace, L. 

Ben Pepper. Sidney, M. 

Ben, the black bear. Wright, W: H. 

Benezet, Louis Paul 

Storj' of the map of Europe; its making 
and its changing. 1916 Scott 60c 

Bengtson, Nels August, and Griffith, Donee 

Wheat industry. (Industrial ser.) 1915 
Iklacmillan *65c (7-8) 

"Has much useful information, following, as 
it does, the various processes in wheat raising, its 
transportation and manufacture into products. 
Another aspect emphasized is the distribution of 
the industry and its place in the life of different 
peoples. Many illuminating illustrations." A. L. 
A. bkl. 

Benjy in Beastland; adapted from J. H. 
Ewing 
In Wiggin and Smith's Story hour, 
p72-82 

Bennett, John 

Barnaby Lee. Century $1.50 (6-7) 

"Boy's adventures with pirates and in New 
Amsterdam at period of English capture, 1664. 
Local color carefully studied. Among the char- 
acters are Peter Stuyvesant and Governor Cal- 
vert of Maryland." N. Y. city 

— Same [dramatized] 

ItJ> Liitkenhaus' Plays for school chil- 
dren, p27-49 (5-8) 
Master Skylark: story of Shakespeare's 
time. 1904 Century $1.50 (6-8) 

"Master Skylark is a Stratford boy with a 
wonderful voice, who runs away from hotne and 
falls in with a company of players." Wis. 

— Same [dramatized] 

I)v Liitkenhaus' Plays for school chil- 
dren, pl-25 (5-8) 
— Same; dramatized by E. W. Burrill 

Bennett, William C. 

Trafalgar 

/)/ World's story, vlO. pl68-72 

Bennett, William Henry, and Adeney, Wal- 
ter Frederic 
Bible story retold for young people. 2pts: 
Old Testament story; New Testament 
story. Macmillan ea *60c; in one vol. 
*$1; (Boy's and girl's) *75c (4-6) 



CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



45 



Benton, Caroline French, pseud. 

Fun of cooking. Century *$1.20 (6-7) 
A practical cook-book for children in story 
form 

"The camp cooking section may win the boys. 
A good supplementary reader for sixth or. seventh 
grade cooking. Published in St. Nicholas under 
the title, 'The housekeeping adventures of the 
junior Blairs.' " A. L. A. bkl. 

Little cook book for a little girl. 1905 

Page 75c (5-7) 
Saturday mornings: or, How Margaret 

learned to keep house. Page 75c 

(4-6) 

"Explains how to make a kitchen fire, set a 
table, sweep, dust, and make beds." A. L. A. bkl. 

"More complete and practical than Johnson's 
'When mother lets us help.' " Wis. free lib. com. 

Benton, Elbert Jay. See Bourne, H: E., jt. 
auth. 

Beowulf 

Brave Beowulf; ed. by Thomas Cart- 
wright. (Every child's lib.) Button 50c 
(3-6) 

"Pictures showing interior of an old Scandina- 
vian hall, the 'foam-necked' ship, armor, shields 
and weapons, such as were used by Beowulf." 

Pittsburgh 

Stories of Beowulf, by H. E. Marshall. 
(Told to the children ser.) Button 
*50c (4-6) 

"These simplified stories are very well told and 
retain to a considerable degree the beauty and 
quaintness of the original. They are better 
adapted for young children than other versions. 
Some of the colored illustrations are too gruesome 
for a timid child to 'enjoy." A. L. A. bkl. 

— Same [excerpt] ; with title Beowulf the 
Norseman 

/;; Young and Field literary readers, 
v5, pl22-8 
Church, A. J: Story of Beowulf 

/;; Heroes of chivalry and romance, 
p3-60 (7-8) 
Ebbutt, M. I. 
In Hero-myths and legends of the 
British race, pl-41 (6-8) 
Guerber, H. A. 
In Legends of the middle ages, p9-21 
(8) 
Holbrook, F. Northland heroes. 1905 

(3-5) 
Lang, A., ed. Story of Beowulf, Grendel, 
and Grendel's mother; Story of Beo- 
wulf and the fire drake 
//; Red book of animal stories, p33-48 
(6-7) 
Lang, J. 

In Book of myths, p244-65 (8) 
Mabie, H. W., ed. Beowulf 

In Legends that every child should 
know, p9-21 (6-7) 
^larks, J. A. First English hero 

In Early English hero tales, pl-8 
Pollard, J. Beowulf and Grendel 

In Stories from old English romance, 
pl-15 (6-8) 
Ragozin, Z. A. Siegfried, the hero of the 
North, and Beowulf, the hero of the 
Anglo-Saxons (7-8) 
Tappan, E. ]\L Story of Beowulf 

In Old world hero stories, pt2, p68-72 
(6-8) 
\\ right, H. C. Old Saxon songs 

In Children's stories in English litera- 
ture, vl, p20-33 (7-8) 



Baric the Briton. Henty, G: A. 
Berlin 

Siepen, E. Berlin. 1911 (5-8) 
Bermuda islands 

Kellogg, E. M. C. Bermudas and the 
Bahamas 
In Australia and the islands of the sea, 
pl72-7 (6-7) 
Berries. See Barberries; Cranberries; Fruit 
Bertelli, Luigi 

Prince and his ants (Ciondolino), by 
Vamba; tr. from the Italian. Holt 
*$1.35 (4-6) 

"A little Italian boy, wishing he were an ant 
in order to escape studying, is suddenly turned 
into a big, black ant, and all the wonders of in- 
sect life are disclosed to him." A. L. A. bkl. 

Beskow, Elsa 

Blondchen in Bliiten. Brentano $1 
Hanschen im Blaubeerenwald. Stuttgart 

$1 
Hanschens skifahrt; bilderbuch. Bren- 
tano $1 
Mors lilla Olle och andra visor av A. T. 

(Songs with music) Brentano 75c 
Tommelise; text by H. C. Andersen. 
Brentano 75c 
Bessemer, Sir Henry 

Bolton, S. K. Sir Henry Bessemer 
In Lives of poor boys who became 
famous, pi 12-23 (7-8) 
Faris, J: T. Henry Bessemer 

In Winning their way, p38-45 (7-8) 
Best foot forward. Finn, F. J. 
Best Lincoln stories tersely told. Gallaher, 

J. E. 
Beth Gelert. See Spencer, W: R. 
Betty Alden. Austin, J. G. 
Betty Baird. Weikel, A. H. 
Betty-Bide-At-Home. Bix, B. M. 
Betty in Canada. ]\IacBonald, E. A. B.,. 

and Balrymple, J. 
Betty Leicester. Jewett, S. O. 
Betty Leicester's Christmas. Jewett, S. O. 
Between the lines. King, C: 

Beverages 

Carpenter, F. O. Beverages 

In Foods and their uses, pl57-82 (5-8) 
Brinks 

In Three hundred and one things a 
bright girl can do, p324-30 
Rogers, J. E. Beverage plants 
In Book of useful plants. p267-88 

See also Chocolate; Coffee; Milk;. 
Tea; Temperance; Water 

Bewick and Grahame 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v5,. 
pi 18-26 

Beyond the old frontier. Grinnell, G: B. 

Beyond the pasture bars. Sharp, B. L. 

Bible 

Bible for voung people. Century *$1.50' 
(4-6) 

"Selected and arranged without mutilation of 
King James text by Mrs. Joseph B. Gilder." N. Y- 
state lib. 
Holy Bible. Oxford ed Oxford $1.30 up- 



46 



CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



Bible — Continued 

Holy Bible. Douay and Rheims ed 1899 
Murphy $1 

Select masterpieces of Biblical literature; 
ed. by R: G. Moulton. (Modern read- 
er's Bible) 1897 Macmillan *50c (6-8) 

Bennett, W: H:, and Adeney, W. F: 
Bible story retold for young people 
(4-6) 

Foster, C. Story of the Bible. 1884 
(5-7) 

Hodges, G: Child's guide to the Bible. 
1911 

Stewart, M. Tell me a true story. 1909 

Worcester, W: L. On holy ground [Bi- 
ble stories] (S-8) 

See also Wycliffe, John 
Books about 
Hunting, H. B. Story of our Bible 

Bible. Old Testament 

Belshazzar's feast 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v8, p82-6 (8) 
Bible stories; ed. by R: G. Moulton. 
(Modern reader's Bible. Children's ser.) 
Macmillan *50c (6-7) 
Bible stories to read and tell; 150 stories 
from the Old Testament; selected and 
arranged by F. J. Olcott. 1916 Houghton 
*$2 
Daniel the Hebrew, who obeyed God ra- 
ther than the king 
In Young and Field literary readers, 
v5, pl06-l5 
Death of Moses 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v6, pl83-4 (6) 
Nebuchadnezzar 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v8, p78-82 (8) 
Old, old story-book; comp. by Eva March 
Tappan. 1910 Houghton *$1.40 (3-8) 
"Collection of Old Testament stories given in 
the words of the Bible but arranged in para- 
graphs. There have been no additions to the text, 
but omissions of passages not suitable for young 
readers, and genealogies. It will be especially wel- 
comed in libraries used by Jewish children, but 
will be useful anywhere. Illustrations, typogra- 
phy and binding both good and attractive." A. L. 
A. bkl. 

Old Testament stories; selected for the 

children by Edwin Chisholm. (Told to 

the children ser.) Dutton *50c (3-6) 

"Stories of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph and 

Moses told in Bible language." N. Y. city 

Sennacherib's downfall 

In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v8, pl85-7 (8) 
Story of Joseph 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v5, p283-30O 
MacDonald and Blaisdell's Child 
life, v4, p225-9 (4-5) 

Story of Ruth 

In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v6, pl37-45 (6) 

Truly stories from the surely Bible; 
adapted by M. Howard. 1915 Marga- 
ret Howard. 60 Park St., Brookline, 
Mass. *$1; Lothrop *$1 



Baldwin, J. Old stories of the East. 
1895 (3-4) 

Beale, H. S. B. Stories from the Old 
Testament for children. 1907 (4-6) 

Cragin, L. E. Kindergarten Bible sto- 
ries. 1905 (1-2) 

Field, W. T. Stories from the Bible: Jo- 
seph and his brothers; The story of 
Moses 
In Young and Field literary readers, 
v3, p 144-72 

Guerber, H. A. Story of the chosen peo- 
ple. 1896 (5-7) 

Herbst, E. Tales and customs of the an- 
cient Hebrews. 1903 (7-8) 

Hodges, G: Castle of Zion. 1912 (3-5) 

Hodges, G: Garden of Eden. 1909 
(3-5) 

Piatt, S. Stories from the Old Testa- 
ment, retold (5-8) 

Price, L. L. Abraham and Isaac; Joseph; 
Moses 
In Wandering heroes, pl-67 (3-5) 

Smith, N. A. Old, old tales from the old, 
old Book 

Solis-Cohen, E. David the giant killer, 
and other tales of Grandma Lopez. 
1908 (5) 

See also Daniel; David, king of Is- 
rael; Joseph, the Patriarch; Moses; 
Ruth 

Bible. New Testament 

Bible stories; ed. by R: G. Moulton. 

(]\Iodern reader's Bible. Children's 

ser.) Macmillan *50c (6-7) 
Stories from the life of Christ; selected 

for the children by J. H. Kelman. 

(Told to the children ser.) Dutton *50c 

(4-6) 
"Told in Bible language, except for omissions, 
and occasional changes for clearness." A. L. A. 
bkl. 
Hodges, G: When the King came: stories 
from the four gospels (5-6) 
See also Paul, Saint 

Bible (Indian) 

Hawthorne, N. The Indian Bible 
In Hawthorne's Grandfather's chair, and 
Biographical stories, p41-7 
Hawthorne's True stories from his- 
tory and biography 
World's story, vl2, pl89-92 
Johonnot's Stories of our country 
[condensed], p44-8 

Bicycles and bicycling 

Beard, D. C. Practical hints for bicyclists 
/;; Outdoor handy book, p365-73 (5-7) 

Beard. L. and A. B. 

In American girl's handy book, p469-84 
(5-7) 
Chamberlain, J. F. Bicycles 

In How we travel, pl37-9 (4-5) 

Fraser, C. C. 
In- Every boy's book of handicraft, 
sports and amusements, p493-50l 
(6-8) 
Williams, A. Cvcle-building 
In How it is made, p325-44 (7-8) 



CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



47 



Bidpai 

Tortoise and the geese, and other fables 
of Bidpai; retold by Maude Barrows 
Button. Houghton *$1 (3-4) 

"Thirty-four of these famous oriental fables." 

A. L. A. bkl. 

Big book of fables. Jerrold, W. C, ed. 
Big book of nursery rhymes. Jerrold, 
W. C, ed. 

Big brother. Eggleston, G: C. 

Big cypress. Munroe, K. 

Big people and little people of other lands. 

Shaw, E: R: 
Bigham, Madge A. 

Stories of Mother Goose village. Rand 
4Sc (1-2) 

"Original stories founded on Mother Goose 
rhymes. Large print and many colored pictures." 
Olcott 

Billinghurst, Percy J. 

(il.) Aesop. Hundred fables 
Hundred anecdotes of animals. 1901 Lane 
*$1.50 (4-5) 

Bills (birds) 

Brearley, H. C. 
/;; Animal secrets told, pl39-62 (6-8) 

Billy Topsail and Company. Duncan, N. 

Billy Topsail, M. D. Duncan, N. 

Bimbi. De la Ramee, L. 

Bingen on the Rhine. Norton, C. 

Ill Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, v2, pl31-4 
Biographical stories. See Hawthorne, N. 

Grandfather's chair 

Biography 

Baldwin, J. Fifty famous people. 1912 
(1-3) 

Bolton, S. K. Famous leaders among 
men. 1894 (7-8) 

Bolton, S. K. Lives of girls who be- 
came famous. 1886 (7-8) 

Bolton, S. K. Lives of poor boys who 
became famous. 1885 (7-8) 

Brooks, E. S. Historic Americans. 1899 
(8) 

Brooks, E. S. Historic boys (6-7) 

Brooks, E. S. Historic girls {6-7) 

Gather, K. D. Boyhood stories of famous 
men. 1916 (6-8) 

Catherwood, M. H. Heroes of the middle 
West: the French (5-6) 

Champlin, J: D., ed. Young folks' cyclo- 
pedia of persons and places. 1911 

Elias. E. L. In Victorian times. 1915 
(7-8) 

Gilbert, A. More than conquerors. 1914 
(6-8) 

Gould, F: J. Victors of peace. 1915 
(5-8) 

Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Fa- 
mous men of modern times. 1909 (4-6) 

Haaren. J: H:, and Poland, A. B. 
Famous men of the middle ages. 1904 
(5-7) 

Hale. E: E. Boys' heroes. 1885 (6-8) 

Hawthorne, N. Grandfather's chair, and 
Biographical stories (6-8) 



Hawthorne, N. True stories from his- 
tory and biography (6-8) 

Same as "Grandfather's chair and Biographical 
stories" 

Holland, R. .S. Historic boyhoods. 1909 
(6-8) 

Holland, R. S. Historic girlhoods. 1910 
(6-8) 

Lang, L. B. Red book of heroes (7-8) 

Mabie, H. W., ed. Heroes every child 
should know. 1906 (6-7) 

McDougall, I. Little royalties. 1904 
(5-6) 

Parton, J. Captains of industry. 2v (7-8) 

Price, L. L. Wandering heroes. 1902 
(3-5) 

Steedman, A. When they were children. 
1914 (6-8) 

Sweetser, K. D. Ten bovs from history. 
1910 (6-8) 

Sweetser, K. D. Ten girls from history. 
1912 (6-8) 

Wade, M. H. B. Light-bringers. 1914 
(6-8) 

Wade, M. H. B. Wonder-workers. 1912 
(6-8) 

Wright, H. C. Children's stories of the 
great scientists. 1902 (6-7) 

See also Authors; Boys; Educators; 
Engineers; Explorers; .Girls; Heroes; 
Indians of America — Biography; In- 
ventors; Naval biography; Painters; 
Pilgrim fathers; Saints; Soldiers; Wo- 
men — Biography; also names of indi- 
viduals; also names of countries, sub- 
head Biography 

Biography of a grizzly. Seton, E. T. 
Biography of a prairie girl. Gates, E. 

Biology 

Morley, M. W. Song of life. 1891 {6-7) 

Biplanes. See Aeroplanes 

Birch and the star. Thorne-Thomsen, G., 
ed. 

Birch trees 

Stokes, S. Birch tree 
In Ten common trees, p47-54 (4-5) 

Poetry 
Lowell, J. R. Birch-tree 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p274-5 (7-8) 

Birchbark roll. See Seton, E. T. Manual 
of the Woodcraft Indians 

Bird, Grace Electa, and Starling, Maud 

Historical plays for children. (Every- 
child's ser.) 1912 Macmillan *40c (4-6) 

Bird book. Eckstorm, F. H. 

Bird day 

Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
Bird day 
In Days and deeds: prose, pi 19-27 
(5-7) 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
Bird day: verse 
In Days and deeds: verse, pl07-26 
(5-7) 
See also Birds 



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Bird houses 

Beard, D. C. Houses for useful birds 
In Handicraft for outdoor boj'S, p51-61 
New ideas for out of doors, p5l-61 
(6-8) 
Beard, D. C. How to make a back-yard 
aviary 
In Jack of all trades, p63-71 (5-7) 
Dearborn, N. Bird houses and how to 

build them. 1914 (6-8) 
Foster, E. W. 
In Carpentry and woodwork, p213-20 
(6-8) 
Hall, A. N. 
In Handicraft for handv boys, p379-88 
(6-8) 

Bird houses and how to build them. Dear- 
born, N. 

Bird-life. Chapman, F. M. 
Bird life stories. Weed, C. I\I., comp. 
Bird neighbors. Doubleday, N. B. D. 
Bird stories from Burroughs. Burroughs, 

J: 
Bird-ways. ]\Iiller, O. T. 

Bird world. Stickney, J. H., and Hoff- 
mann, R. 

Birds 

Badlani, A. B. 

In Views in Africa, p282-97 (6-7) 
Baldwin, J. Little brothers of the air 

In Fifty famous people, pi 18-20 (1-3) 
Baskett, J. N. Story of the birds. 1896 

(6-8) 
Beard, D. C. How to rear wild birds 

In American bov's handy book, pl71-87 
(5-7) 
Buckley, A. B. Eves and no eyes, v4. 

1900 
Bullivant, C. H: How to make an aviary 

/;; Everv boy's book of hobbies, p381-7 
(7-8) 
Burroughs, T: Bird stories from Bur- 
roughs. 1911 (5-8) 
Burroughs, J: Birds and bees, Sharp 

eyes, and other papers (6-8) 
Burroughs, J: Wake-robin 
Chapman, F. M. Bird-life. 1901 (7-8) 
Chapman, F. M. Handbook of the birds 

of eastern North America (6-8) 
Chapman, F. M. Travels of birds. 1916 
Comstock. A. B. 

/;: Pet book, pl37-223 (5-8) 
Craik. D. M. Housekeeping of the birds 

In Evans and others. Farm life read- 
ers, bk4, p268-75 (4-6) 
Doubledav, N. B. D. Bird neighbors 

(7-8) 
Doubleday, N. B. D. Birds that every 

child should know. 1907 (6-7) 
Doubledav, N. B. D. Birds that hunt and 

are hunted. 1904 (6-8) 
Doubledav, N. B. D. How to attract the 

birds. 1902 (6-8) 
Du Puy, W: A. Outlawing birds 

In Uncle Sam, wonder worker, pl8-30 
(7-8) 
Eckstorm, F. H. Bird book. 1901 (5-6) 



Eddy, S. J., ed. Our friends the birds 

In Friends and helpers, pl51-213 (3-5) 
Evans, L. B., and others 

In Farm life readers, bk5, p319-31 (4-6) 
Gibson, W: H. April birds; Grasshop- 
per mimic; November birds 
In Sharp eyes, p38-42, 128-31, 212-15 
(7-8) 
Gould, A. W. How the birds cradle their 
babies; How birds learn to fly 
In Mother Nature's children, pl-8, 137- 
44 (5-6) 
Graham, A. P. 

In Country pastimes for boys, pl-184 
(6-8) 
Hodge, C. F. Our cominon birds 

/;; Nature study and life, p305-64 (6-8) 
Hornaday, W: T. Birds 

1)1 American natural history, pl71-310 
(7-8) 
Job, H. K. Blue goose chase (6-8) 
Johonnot, J. 

1)1 Friends in feathers and fur, p46-71 
(3-4) 
Johonnot, J., ed. 

1)1 Glimpses of the animate world, pl64- 
270 (6-7) 
Johonnot, J. Neighbors with wings and 

fins, and some others (3-5) 
Johonnot, J. Scavenger-bird; Birds of 
the past 
In Some curious flyers, creepers and 
swimmers, p9-21 (5-6) 
Kearton, R: Our bird friends (5-6) 
Kelly, M. A. B. Phoebe's family; Winter 
friends 
In Short stories of our shy neighbors, 
p22-8, 182-96 (3-5) 
Lane, :\I. A. L. and M., eds. 

In All the year round, v4, p49-61 (3-4) 
Lange, D. Great tidal waves of bird life 

1)1 Riverside readers, v7, p3-10 
Lucas, E: V. and E. G. 
1)1 Three hundred games and pastimes, 
p308-21 (5-7) 
]^Ierriam, F. A. Birds through an opera 

glass (7-8) 
^liller, O. T. 

1)1 Little folks in feathers and fur. p73- 
140 (3-5) 
^Miller, O. T. Bird room; Busy blue jay; 
Baby robin; Polly's pranks; Polly's 
outing 
In Children's hour, v7, p37-63 (2-8) 
Miller, O. T. Bird-ways. 1885 (7-8) 
Miller. O. T. Children's book of birds. 

1915 (4-6) 
Miller, O. T. First book of birds. 1899 

(4-6) 
Miller, O. T. Little brothers of the air. 

1901 (6-7) 
IMiller, O. T. Second book of birds 

(5-7) 
:\liller. O. T. True bird stories (4-5) 
]\Ionteith, J: and C. Useful singing birds; 
House sparrow and canary 
In Some useful animals, pl84-96 (2-3) 
^Morris, C: Winged and tuneful home 
pets 
In Home life in all lands, v3, p217- 
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49 



Birds — Continued 
Pets 

In Three hundred and one things a 
bright girl can do, pl61-8 
Pliny. Natural history of birds 
In White's Boys' and girls' Pliny, pl80- 
225 (7-8) 

Ruskin, J: Bird 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v8, p201-2 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p51-2 (7-8) 
Seton, E. T. Natural history 
In Book of woodcraft, p334-63 (6-8) 

Sharp, D. L. 
In. Roof and meadow, pl-17, 187-98, 
213-30, 251-60 (8) 

Sharp, D. L. Beyond the pasture bars. 
1914 (4-6) 

Skinner, A. M. and E. L., comps. 
In Emerald story book, pl50-79 (5-7) 

Stickney, J. H., and Hoffmann, R. Bird 
world. 1900 (4-6) 

Strong, F. L., ed. Yearly travelers 
In All the year round, vl, p98-9 (3-4) 

Torrey, B. Everyday, birds. 1901 (6-8) 

Trafton, G. H. ^Methods of attracting 
birds. 1910 (6-8) 

U. S. — Agriculture, Department of. Fifty 
common birds of farm and orchard. 
1913 (7-8) 

Verrill, A. H. 

In Pets for pleasure and profit, pl60- 
320 (5-8) 

Verrill, A. H. Birds, birds' nests, and 
birds' eggs 
In Harper's book for young naturalists, 
p23-68 (6-8) 

Walker, M. C. Our birds and their nest- 
lings. 1904 (5-6) 

Weed, C. M., comp. Bird life stories. 2v 
1904 (5-8) 

Wood,- C. D. Study of birds 
In Animals, pl05-33 (4-7) 

Wright, J. M. 

In Seaside and wayside, v3, pl47-217 
(4-5) 

Wright, J. M. Birds of other days 
In Seaside and wayside, v4, pl38-44 
(5-6) 

Wright, M. O. 

In Stories of birds and beasts, pl-62 
(5-6) 

Wright, M. O. Grav Lady and the birds. 
1907 (6-8) 

Wright, M. O., and Coues, E. Citizen 
bird (7-8) 

See also Bills (birds); Bird day; Bird 
houses; Eggs; Feathers; Game; Nests; 
Taxidermy; also Birds of paradise; 
Blackbirds; Blue jays; Bluebirds; Bob- 
olinks; Canaries; Catbirds; Chats; Che- 
winks; Chickadees; Chimney swifts; 
Condors; Coots; Cormorants; Cow- 
birds; Crows; Eagles; Finches; Fla- 
mingoes; Grouse; Guillemots; Gulls; 
Hawks; Herons; Humming-birds; 
Kingfishers; Larks; Magpies; Mocking 
birds; Nightingales; Orioles; Ostriches; 
Owls; Parrots; Partridges; Pelicans; 
Penguins; Petrels; Pewees; Pigeons,' 



Puffins; Robins; Rooks; Sandpipers; 

Secretary-birds; Skylarks; Swallows; 

Swans; Thrushes; Vireos; Wrens; also 

Audubon, John James 
Photography 
See Photography — Birds 
Pictures 
Chapman, F. M. Handbook of the birds 

of eastern North America (6-8) 
Dugdale, F. E. Book of baby birds (2-5) 
Miller, O. T. First book of birds. 1899 

(4-6) 
Miller, O. T. Second book of birds 

(5-7) 
Miller, O. T. True bird stories (4-5) 
Stickney, J. H., and Hoffmann, R. Bird 

world. 1900 (4-6) 
Wright, M. O., and Coues, E. Citizen 

bird (7-8) 

Poetry 

Allingham, W' : Child and bird 
In Poulsson's In the child's world, p290 
(1-2) 
Arnold, M: Poor Matthias 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p56-62 (7-8) 
Arnold, S. L., and Gilbert, C. B., eds. 
Bird thoughts; Wild bird's song 
In Stepping stones to literature, v2, 
p39, 64 (2) 
Bates, J. L. Why some birds hop and 
others walk 
In Morrison's Songs and rhymes for 
the little ones, pl24-5 (2-4) 
Bellamy, B. W., and Goodwin, M. W., eds. 

In Open sesame, vl, pl02-12 (3-5) 
Bryant, W: C. To a water-fowl 
In Evans and others. Farm life readers, 
bk5, p317-18 
Norton's Heart of oak books, y5, 

p290-l 
Riverside readers, v7, p247-8 (6-8) 
Child, L. M. If ever I see; Who stole 
the bird's nest? 
In Lovejoy's Nature in verse, p30, 158- 
60' (4-7) 
Coates, H: T., comp. Animals and birds 
In Children's book of poetry, p228-57 
(3-5) 
Coleridge, S: T. Language of birds 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v2, p51 
(2-3) 
Cranch, C. P. Bird-language 

/;; Johonnot's Neighbors with claws 
and hoofs. p91-2 (5-6) 
Dodge, :M. AI. How do birds first learn 
to sing? 
In When life is young, pi 59 (3-4) 
Eddy. S. J., ed. Birds' trades 

In Friends and helpers, pl85 (3-5) 
Howitt, M. Birds in summer 
In Lane's All the year round, v4, p52 
(3-4) 
Jackson, H. H. The birds must know 
In Johonnot's Some curious flyers, 
creepers and swimmers, pl42-4 
(5-6) 
Longfellow, H; W. Birds of Killing- 
worth 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p9-17 (7-8) 



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Birds — Poetry —Coutiinicd 
Lovejoy, M. I., comp. 

In Nature in verse, p73-88, 155-67, 254, 
272-8 (4-7) 
Lucas, E: V., comp. Birds 

In Book of verses, p57-63 (3-8) 
Paine, H. E. Birds at dawn 

In Johonnot's Neighbors w^ith wings 
and fins, pl92-3 (3-5) 
Percy, F. Bird's nest 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v3, pl03-5 (3) 
Poulsson, E. Bird thoughts 

In In the child's world, pl6 (1-2) 
Poulsson, E. Lisa and the birds 

In In the child's world, pl3-14 (1-2) 
Preston, M. J. Birds in spring 
In Johonnot's Some curious flyers, 
creepers and swimmers, p50-2 
(5-6) 
Richards, L. E. H. Three little birds 
In Five minute stories, pl42-3 (1-3) 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
Bird day 
In Days and deeds: verse, pl07-26 
(5-7) 
Stevenson, R. L: B. Nest eggs 

In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, y4, pl57-8 (4) 
Strong, F. L., ed. Pigeon and the owl 

hu All the year round, v3, p90-l (3-4) 

Thaxter, C. The sandpiper; Constant 

dove; Birds' orchestra; Wounded 

curlew; In the lilac-bush 

In Stories and poems for children, pll3- 

14, 125-6, 127-9, 210-12, 237-8 (4-5) 

Thaxter, C. The shag 

III Johonnot's Some curious flyers, 
creepers and swimmers, p22-3 
(5-6) 
Vaughan, H: The bird 

hu Norton's Heart of oak books, v4, 
p230 (5-6) 
Walker, M. C. Our birds and their nest- 
lings. 1904 (5-6) 
What a bird thought 

In Boston collection of kindergarten 
stories, p49-50 (2-3) 
Whittier. J: G., ed. 

In Child life, p63-77 (5-7) 
Wiggin. K. D. S., and Smith, N. A., eds. 

In Golden numbers, p93-112 (6-8) 
Wiggin, K. D. S., and Smith. N. A., eds. 

In Posy ring, p51-80 (2-5) 
Woodward, F. C. Chicadees 

In Boston collection of kindergarten 
stories, p36-8 (2-3) 
See also names of birds, subhead 
Poetry; as Bluebirds — Poetry 

Stories 

Alcott. L. M. Little neighbors 

In My girls, pi 16-43 (4-5) 
Bradish, S. P. 

In Stories of country life, p30-4, 65-71, 
78-9, 131-2 (3-4) 
Breck, E: Wilderness pets at Camp 

Buckshaw. 1910 (6-7) 
Brown, A. F. Curious book of birds (4-6) 
Burgess, T. W. Mother West Wind 

"how" stories (2-4) 



Carpenter, E. J. Cloudcuckooborough 
In Long ago in Greece, p23-53 (6-7) 
Cook, F. J. How the robin's breast be- 
came red; Indian story of the robin; 
Red-headed woodpecker 
In Nature myths, p24-30 (2-4) 
Holbrook, F. Book of nature myths 

(2-3) 
Jarvis, J. The sandpipers; The farmer 
and the birds 
In Poulsson's In the child's world, 
p290-l, 325-9 (1-2) 
Keeler, C: Family of murres 

III Jordan's True tales of birds and 
beasts, plll-22 (5-6) 
Long, W: J. 
/;; Wood folk at school, p31-57, 75-110, 
134-50 (5-7) 
Long, W^: J. Christmas carol 

In Ways of wood folk, pl81-6 (4-6) 
Long, W: J. Hukweem, the night voice 

In Wilderness ways, pl33-54 (4-7) 
McMurry, L. B., ed. Bird with no name 
III Classic stories for the little ones, 
pllO-16 (2-3) 
Alann. F. E. Birds' Christmas 

/;; Poulsson's In the child's world, 
pl25-9 (1-2) 
Pierson, C. D. Story of the cowbird's 
egg; Mrs. Mourning Dove's house- 
keeping; Young blue jay who was 
not brave enough to be afraid 
/;; Among the forest people, p73-99 
(4-5) 
Pierson, C. D. Story that the swallow 
didn't tell 
In Among the farmvard people, pl-11 
(3-4) 
Poulsson, E. The crane express; Little 
yellow-wing 
In In the child's world, pl4-16, 288-9 
Richards, L. E. H. Four feet, two feet and 

no feet (2-4) 
Sanderson, L. W. Chickadee-dee and his 

friends (2-6) 
Stowe, H. E. B. Mother Magpie's mis- 
chief 
/;; Queer little people, p48-56 (4-5) 
Surgeon bird 

III Boston • collection of kindergarten 
stories, pl29-30 (2-3) 
Wright, M. O. Snow owl's Christmas 
party 
/;; Stories of plants and animals, pl24- 
43 (5-6) 
See also names of birds, subhead Sto- 
ries; as Robins — Stories 

Birds and bees. Burroughs, J: 

Birds' bills. See Bills (birds) 

Birds' Christmas Carol. Wiggin, K. D. S. 

Birds' Christmas Carol; a dramatic version. 
Wiggin, K. D. S.. and Ingersoll, H. 

Birds' eggs. See Eggs 

Birds' nests. See Nests 

Birds of paradise 

Miller, O. T. Birds of paradise 

/;; Little folks in feathers and fur, 
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Birds of paradise — Continued 
Partridge, J. H. 
In Johonnot's Glimpses of the animate 
world, p247-5l (6-7) 
Birds that every child should know. Doub- 
leday, N. B. D. 

Birds that hunt and are hunted. Double- 
day, N. B. D. 

Birds through an opera glass. Merriam, 
F. A. 

Birkenhead (ship) 

Doyle, F. H. Loss of the Birkenhead 
III Cabot's Ethics for children, p246-8 
Chisholm's Stories for the ten-year- 
old [excerpt], pl5-19 

Birkhead, Alice 

Heroes of modern Europe. 1913 Cro- 
well *$1.50 (7-8) 

Contents: Two swords; Dante; Lorenzo the 
Magnificent; Prior of San Marco; Martin Luther; 
Charles V; Beggars of the sea; William the 
Silent; Henry of Navarre; Under the red robe; 
Grand monarch (Louis XIV); Peter the Great; 
Royal robber; Spirits of the age; Man from Cor- 
sica; "God and the people"; For Italy and Victor 
Emmanuel; Third Napoleon; Reformer of the 
East; Hero in history; Index 
Story of the French revolution. 1913 
Crowell *$1.50 (7-8) 

"Vigorous and lucid narrative, full of colour and 
neat analysis of character." Spectator, 1913 

"Good brief account for young people. Extends 
from a few years before the death of Louis XIV 
to the choice of Napoleon as first consul and 
confines the story mainly to Paris." A. L. A. bkl. 

Birthdays 

Plays 

Merington, M. Princess Moss-rose 
In Festival plays, pl25-208 (7-8) 
Stories 
Alcott, L. M. Happy birthday 
In My girls, p218-29 (4-5) 
Bishop, Avard Longley. See Keller, A. G., 
jt. auth. 

Bishop, Farnham 

Panama, past and present. 1913 Century 
*7Sc (7-8) 

"Interesting account of the adventurers and 
buccaneers of old Panama, the uprising against Co- 
lombia, the coming of the Americans and the build- 
ing of the canal. Many good pictures." Pittsburgh 
Story of the submarine. 1916 Century 
*$1 (7-8) 

"History of the submarine from 1620 through 
1915, giving in readable form the account of the 
work of different inventors, the construction and 
power of modern submarines and mines, and their 
use in the European war." Wis. bul. 

Bismarck, Prince von 

Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Count 
von Bismarck 
In Famous men of modern times, p344- 
52 (4-6) 
Holland, R. S. Otto von Bismarck 

In Historic boyhoods, p264-72 (6-8) 
Towle, G: M. Bismarck in the Reichstag 
and at home 
In World's story, v7, p253-62 

Bits of talk in verse and prose for young 
folks. Jackson, H. H. 

Black, Alexander 

Photography indoors and out. 1894 
Houghton *75c (8) 



Black, William 

Four Macnicols, and An adventure in 
Thule. Harper 60c (5-6) 

"Two stories, one of four orphan boys who 
make their own living in the Hebrides, and the 
other an adventure with French coast pirates." 
Pittsburgh 

Black arrow. Stevenson. R. L: B. 

Black Beauty. Sewell, A. 

Black brothers. See Ruskin, J: King of 

the Golden river 
Black Hawk 

Baldwin, J. The last struggle 
In Conquest of the old Northwest, 
p240-56 (6-8) 
Johnston, C: H. L. Black Hawk; chief 
of the Sacs and Foxes and leader of 
the Black Hawk rebellion 
In Famous Indian chiefs, p353-67 (5-8) 
Wade, M. H. B. 
In Ten big Indians, pl99-218 (4-5) 
Black Hawk war, 1832 

Stories 

Barton, W: E. Prairie schooner (6-7) 

Black Prince. See Edward, the Black 

Prince 
Black tulip. Dumas, A. 
Blackbirds 

Audubon, J: J. Red-winged blackbird 
In Weed's Bird life stories, vl, p48-9 
(5-8) 
Miller, O. T. Blackbird family 
In Second book of birds, p94-9 (5-7) 
Poetry 
Flopper, N. Blackbird 
In Chisholm's Stories for the ten-year- 
old, p216-17 

Blackfeet Indian stories. Grinnell, G: B. 
Blackfoot Indians 

Schultz, J. W. Sinopah, the Indian bov 

(4-6) 
Blackfoot lodge tales. Grinnell, G: B. 
Blackman, O. See Lawrence, W: M., jt. 

coinp. 

Blackmore, Richard Doddridge 

Lorna Doone; a romance of Exmoor. 
Crowell $1.50; 60c; il. in color by C. 
Clarke *$2.50 (8) 

Tells of the savage deeds of the outlaw Doones, 
the maid brought up in the midst of them, the 
plain John Ridd's herculean power 
— Same [excerpt] ; with title Lorna Doone 
and John Ridd 
In MacDonald and Blaisdell's Child 
life. v4, pl80-94 

Blacksmithing 

Bradish, S. P. The blacksmith shop 
In Stories of country life, p20-5 (3-4) 

Slefifel, C: C. 
In Working in metals, p213-357 (6-8) 

Stories 
Hale. E: E. Nahum Prince 

In Poulsson's In the child's world, 
p205-6 (1-2) 

Blackstone, William 

Mowry, W: A: and B. S. William Black- 
stone 
/;; American pioneers, p47-57 (5-7) 



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Blaich, Lydia Rebecca 

Three industrial nations. 1915 Am. bk. 
*64c (6-8) 

An industrial geography of England, Germany 
and the United States 

Blaine, James Gillespie 

Morris, C: James G. Blaine, the plumed 
knight of republicanism 
In Heroes of progress in America, p278- 
86 (7-8) 

Blaisdell, Albert Franklin 

(ed.) Stories from English history from 
the earliest times to the present day. 
1898 Ginn *50c; *40c (4-6) 
(ed.) Stories of the civil war. 1890 Loth- 
rop $1; school ed 30c (5-6) 

"Interesting pictures of life during the civil 
war." Wis. 
Story of American history. 1900 Ginn 
*60c (4-6) 

"Simple language and interesting style." Pitts- 
burgh 

Blaisdell, Albert Franklin, and Ball, Fran- 
cis K. 

English history story-book. 1912 Little 
*70c (4-7) 

Contains about the same material as Blaisdell's 
"Stories from English history" 

"Relates in simple style a series of dramatic 
and picturesque events in English history from 
the earliest times to the present day. Six excel- 
lent illustrations." A. L. A. bkl. 

Hero stories from American history. 
1903 Ginn *60c; *50c (5-7) 

"About the first so years of our national life." 
Oregon 

Heroic deeds of American sailors. 1915 

Little *70c (5-8) 
Short stories from American history. 

1905 Ginn *50c: *40€ (4-6) 

"The bravery of Sergeant Jasper, Lydia Dar- 
rah, Elizabeth Zane; also more usual chapters 
such as the first Thanksgiving, and the Bos- 
ton tea party." A. L. A. 

Blaisdell, Etta Austin. See MacDonald, 
E. A. B. 

Blaisdell, Mary Frances 

Bunny Rabbit's diarv. Little *50c (2-3) 
Polly and Dolly. Little *50c (1-3) 

"Simple stories of 4 children and their good 
times at home and school and in the country. 
Tvpe, illustrations and binding are good." A. L. A. 
bkl. 

Tommy Tinker's book. Little *50c (1-3) 

"Attractive book made up of the simple ad- 
ventures of Tommy, Polly Flinders, their pets, 
their toys and their friends. A sequel to 'Polly 
and Dolly.' Eight full-page drawings. Clear type, 
good paper and binding." A. L. A. bkl. 

See also MacDonald, E. A. B., jt. auth. 

Blake, Katherine Devereux, and Alexander, 
Georgia 

(eds.) Graded poetry readers. 7v 1905-06 
^lerrill ea 24c (1-8) 

"Admirably selected, graded and printed." N. Y. 
state lib. 

Grades i and 2 in volume one 

Blake, Robert 

Lang. J. Great admiral 
//;. Chisholm's stories for the ten-year- 
old, pl94-203 

Blake, William 

The fly 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v3, 
pl41 (3-4) 



Little black boy 
Jn Norton's Heart of oak books, v5, 
p285-6 (6-7) 
Piping down the valleys wild 

hi Norton's Heart of oak books, v3, 
pl35 (3-4) 
Shepherd 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v3, 
pl37 (3-4) 
Songs of innocence and other poems; il. 
by Charles Robinson and Mary H. 
Robinson. 1912 Dutton *$1.50 (2-5) 
Tiger 

I1V Norton's Heart of oak books, v5, 
p287 
Riverside readers, v7, pl7-18 (7-8) 
To the muses 

bv Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p296-7 (7-8) 

Blanchan, Neltje, pseud. See Doubleday, 
Mrs. Nellie Blanchan (De Graff) 

Bland, Mrs. Edith (Nesbit) 

Phoenix and the carpet. Macmillan *$1.50 
(4-6) 
A family of children in Londori became the 
possessors of a phcenix and a wishing carpet by 
means of which they travel abroad, ineet with 
many adventures and learn many interesting 
things 
Story of the amulet. Dutton $1.50 _ (5-6) 
"Children who like fairy tales will enjoy the 
book and unconsciously acquire a certain amount 
of knowledge." A. L. A. bkl. 

Wouldbegoods. Harper $1.50 (4-6) 

Amusing and unintentional mischief is always 
getting the Bastable children into trouble 

Blankets 

Lummis, C: F. Navajo blanket 
In Some strange corners of our coun- 
try, pi 98-207 (6-8) 
See also Wool 

Blatchford, Mary E. 

Storv of little Jane and me. Houghton 

*$i (4-5) 

"About two little girls who lived in New York 
city." Pittsburgh 

Blatt fiir blatt. Lechler, C. 

Blazed trail. White, S. E: 

Blenheim, Battle of, 1704 

Southey, R. Battle of Blenheim 
III Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, vl, pl96-8 
Chisholm's Stories for the ten-year- 
old, p90-2 
Coates's Children's book of poetr3% 

p502-3 
Johonnot's Stories of other lands, 

p 102-4 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v4, 

p220-2 
Thacher's Listening child, pl31-3 , 

Whittier's Child life, p235-7 I 

Blind ' 

Bullivant, C. H: Games and amusements for 
the blind 
In Home fun, p538-44 (5-8) 
Keller, H. A. Story of my life. 1903 (7-8) 
See also Howe, Samuel Gridley 
Blind brother. Greene, H. 
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Blondel 

Herbertson, A. G. How the minstrel 
saved the king 
In Heroic legends, p62-80 (5-8) 
Blossom hosts and insect guests. Gibson, 

W: H. 
Blossoms from a Japanese garden. Fenol- 
losa, M. M. 

Blue Beard. See Bluebeard 

Blue bird. See Maeterlinck, M. Children's 

Blue bird 
Blue Bonnet's ranch party. Jacobs, C. E., 

and Read, E. E. 

Blue fairy book. Lang, A., ed. 
Blue goose chase. Job, H. K. 

Blue Grotto 

Stockton, F. R: Around the Bay of Na- 
ples 
In Personally conducted, p90-4 (6-7) 

Blue jackets of '98. Abbot, W. J: 
Blue jays 
Bendire, C: 

In Weed's Bird life stories, v2, p31-5 
(5-8) 
Comstock. A. B. The bluejay 

In Pet book, pl67-9 (5-8) 
Kirtland, J. P. Jays and their mission 
In Johonnot's Glimpses of the animate 
world, p229-33 (6-7) 
Miller, O. T. 

In Second book of birds, pl21-6 (5-7) 
Swett. S. H. Blue jay 
In Evans and others. Farm life read- 
ers, bk4, p276-7 (4-6) 

Blue poetry book. Lang, A., ed. 
Blue true story book. Lang, A., ed. 

Bluebeard 

In Crane's Blue Beard, and The sleeping 
beauty 
Crane's Bluebeard's picture book 
Scudder's Children's book, pll4-17 

Bluebeard; plav. Merington, M. 
In Fairy tale plays, pl49-248 

Bluebeard's picture book. Crane, W., il. 

Bluebirds 

Wilson, A. 

In Weed's Bird life stories, vl, p9-ll 

(5-8) 

Poetry 

Miller, E. H. Bluebird 
In Eddy's Friends and helpers, pl94 
Whittier's Child life, p76-7 
Stories 
Stewart, M. Stor.y of blue-wings 

In Skinner's Emerald story book, 
pl64-9 (5-7) 
Stocking, J. T. How the bluebird was 
chosen herald 
In Skinner's Emerald story book, pl4- 
31 (5-7) 
Blumenthal, V. X. K. de 

Folk tales from the Russian. Rand 65c 

(4-5) 
"Full of the elemental strength of a half bar- 
barous people, and having much of the repetition 
which children love." Prentice and Power 



Boadicea 

Church, A. J: Boadicea 
In Stories from English history, p33-48 
(6-8) 
Hoffman, A. S. 
In Heroes and heroines of English his- 
tory, pl7-21 (6-8) 
Warren, H: P., ed. Boadicea 

In Stories from English history, plO-12 
(5-7) 

Boarded-up house. Seaman, A. H. 

Boat-building and boating. Beard, D. C. 

Boat-houses 

Hodgson, F: T. Building of a boat 
house 
In Mechanics indoors and out, p36-64 
(6-8) 

Boats and boating 
Adams, J. H: Boats 
In Harper's outdoor book for boys, 
p211-60 (5-8) 
Beard, D. C. Aquatic sports 

In Outdoor handy book, pl56-212 (5-7) 
Beard, D. C. Boat-building and boating. 

1911 (6-8) 
Beard, D. C. Flat-boating for boys 

In Thompson's Boys' book of sports, 
p222-30 (6-7) 
Beard, D. C. Home-made boats; How 
to rig and sail small boats 
In American boy's handy book, p95- 
131, 389-409 (5-7) 
Beard, D. C. How to build a cheap boat 
In Handicraft for outdoor boys, pi 12-21 
New ideas for out of doors, pll2-21 
(6-8) 
Beard, L. and A. B. 

In On the trail, p205-23 (6-8) 
Bond, A. R. Boat building; Pedal-pad- 
dle-boat 
In Scientific American boy at school, 
pl8-27, 64-72 (6-8) 
Bullivant, C. H; Model boats 

In Every boy's book of hobbies, pl03-7 
(7-8) 
Campbell, H. L. Boating for girls 

In American girl's home book, pl96-203 
(5-7) 
Chamberlain, J. F. Traveling on the 
water 
In How we travel, pl40-58 (4-5) 
Davis, C: G., ed. Harper's boating book 

for boys. 1912 (6-8) 
Grinnell, G: B., and Swan, E. L., eds. 
Handling of boats 
In Harper's camping and scouting, 
p280-6 (6-8) 
Hall, A. N. Home-made punt 

In Handicraft for handy boys, p351-63 
(6-8) 
Kelland, C. B., ed. 
In American boys' workshop, p37-68, 
153-7 (6-8) 
Mather. F: G. How to make a boat 
In Thompson's Bovs' book of sports, 
p211-14 (6-7) 
Mowry, W: A. and A. M. Travel— by 
water 
In American inventions and inventors, 
pl94-9 (5-8) 



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Boats and boating —Coutiiined 

Verrill, A. H. How to sail and handle 
small boats 
In Boys' outdoor vacation book, p240- 
54 '(5-8) 
Wheeler, C: G. Boat-building for begin- 
ners 
I>v Woodworking for beginners, p298- 
343 (7-8) 
See also Boat-houses; Canoes and 
canoeing; Fire boats; Flying boats; 
Houseboats; Hydroaeroplanes; Hydro- 
planes; Ice-boats'; Life-saving; Motor 
boats; Propellers; Rowing; Sailing; 
Ships; Steamboats; Submarine boats; 
Yachts and yachting 
Stories 
/Vlden, W: L. Cruise of the "Ghost" 

(5-7) 
Alden, W: L. ]\Ioral pirates (5-7) 
Bob Knight's diary at Poplar Hill school. 

Smith, C. C. 
Bob, son of Battle. Ollivant, A. 
Bob-sleds. See Sleds 

Bobolinks 
Bendire, C: 

In Weed's Bird life stories, v2, p45-9 
(5-8) 

Poetry 
Bryant, W: C. Robert of Lincoln. See 

Bryant, W: C. 
Cranch, C. P. Bobolinks 
In Johonnot's Neighbors with wings 
and fins, pl67-9 (3-5) 
Stories 
Irving, W. The bobolink 
In Jordan's True tales of birds and 
beasts, p20-6 (5-6) 

Bob's cave boys. Burton, C: P. 
Bob's Hill braves. Burton, C: P. 
Bob's Hill series. See Burton, C: P. 

"It would be hard to find anything better in 
the literature of New England boy life" [than 
this series]. Congregationalist 

Body and its defenses. Jewett, F. G. 

Body at work. Jewett, F. G. 

Body in health. O'Shea, M. V., and Kel- 
logg, J: H. 

Boers 

Badlam, A. B. Views of the Boers 
In Views in Africa, p204-ll (6-7) 

Bohemia 

Folklore 
Curtin, J. Fairy tales of eastern Europe 

(3-5) 

Bold Robin and his forest rangers. Krout, 
C. V. 

Bold Robin Hood and his outlaw band. 
Rhead, L: J: 

Bolivar, Simon 

Bates, L., jr. Story of Bolivar 
/;/ World's story, vll, p35l-64 

Quiller-Co'uch, A. T: Bolivar 
hv Roll call of honour, pl9-52 (8) 



Poetry 

Sword of Bolivar 
In World's story, vll, p365-8 

Bolivia 

Carpenter, F. G: 

In South America, p87-100 (5-6) 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: 

In South America, pl28-37 (5-7) 
Curtis, W. E. Land of the llama 

In Lane's Strange lands near home, 
p86-96 (5-6) 
Markwick, W: F., and Smith, W: A. 

In South American republics, pl54-73 
(5-7) 

Boll weevil 

Evans, L. B., and others 
In Farm life readers, bk5, p294-7 (4-6) 

Bolton, Mrs. Sarah (Knowles) 

Famous American authors. 1887 Cro- 
well 75c (7-8) 

Contents: T. B. Aldrich; Cable; Will Carleton; 
Emerson; R. W. Gilder; Howells; Irving; Long- 
fellow; Lowell; Prescott; Hawthorne; T. W. 
Higginson; Holmes; Warner; Stedman; Stoddard; 
Mark Twain ; Whittier 
Famous American statesmen. 1888 Crow- 
ell 75c (7-8) 

Contents: Washington; Franklin; Jefferson; 
Hamilton; Jackson; Webster; Clay; Sumner; 
Grant; Garfield 
Famous leaders among men. 1894 Crow- 
ell 75c (7-8) 

Contents: Napoleon, Nelson, Bunyan, Thomas 
Arnold, Wendell Phillips, Beecher, Kingsley, 
Sherman, Spurgeon and Phillips Brooks 

Famous leaders among women. 1907 
Crowell 75c (7-8) 

Contents: Madame de Maintenon, Catherine II 
of Russia, Madame Le Brun, Dolly Madison, 
Catherine Booth, Lucy Stone, Lady Henry Som- 
erset, Julia Ward Howie and Queen Victoria 

Famous vovagers and explorers. 1893 
Crowell 75c (7-8) 
"Sketches of noted travelers, from Marco Polo 
to Lieutenant Peary." Unit. 

Lives of girls who became famous. 1886 
Crowell $1.50 (7-8) 

Contents: Harriet Beecher Stowe; Helen Hunt 
Jackson; Lucretia Mott; Mary A. Livermore; 
Margaret Fuller Ossoli; Maria Mitchell; Louisa 
M. Alcott; Mary Lyon; Harriet G. Hosmer; Ma- 
dame de Stael; Rosa Bonheur; Elizabeth Barrett 
Browning; George Eliot; Elizabeth Fry; Elizabeth 
Thompson Butler; Florence Nightingale; Lady 
Brassey; Baroness Burdett-Coutts; Jean Ingelow 

Lives of poor bovs who became famous. 
1885 Crowell $1.50 (7-8) 

Contents: George Peabody; Bayard Taylor; 
Eads; Watt; Sir Josiah Mason; Palissy; Thor- 
waldsen; Mozart; Johnson; Goldsmith; Faraday; 
Bessemer; Sir Titus Salt; Jacquard; Horace 
Greeley; Garrison; Garibaldi; Richter; Gambetta; 
Farragut; Cornell; Sheridan; Thomas Cole; Ole 
Bull; Meissonier; G. W. Childs; Moody; Lincoln 

Bond, Alexander Russell 

On the battle front of engineering. 1916 
Century *$1.30 (7-8) 

"Tells by words and pictures the story of 
great engineering projects such as the Quebec 
bridge, grain elevators, aqueducts, tunnels under 
the East river, etc. Good illustrations." A. L. A. 
bkl. 
Pick, shovel and pluck. 1915 Munn 
*$1.50 (6-8) 

"Sequel to 'With the men who do things,* 
which takes the two boys outside New York, 
showing them the Keokuk dam, Panama canal, 
etc. The incidents are founded on fact, and the 
engineering data have been verified." A. L. A. 
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Bond, Alexander Russell — Continued 

Scientilic American boy; or, The camp 
at Willow Clump island. 1905 Munn 
*$1.50 (,6-8) 

"Simple directions for making all sorts of 
things, such as skates, sails, snow-shoes, tents, 
iceboats, canvas canoes, log-cabins, windmills, 
and kites. There is also a chapter on wigwagging 
and heliographing." Washington 
Scientilic American boy at school. 1910 
Munn *$1.50 (6-8) 

"Describes and illustrates many interesting 
things that boys can make and do. Older boys 
can use the book independently, younger ones 
under supervision. A sequel to 'Scientific Amer- 
ican boy.' " A. L. A. bkl. 
With the men who do' things. 1913 
Munn *$1.50 (6-8) 

"Two boys spend their vacation in New York, 
seeing skyscrapers erected, underground founda- 
tions laid, tunnels dug through water and the 
housekeeping of a great city carried on. The engi- 
neering data have been verified by experts and 
most of the incidents are founded on fact. Illus- 
trated by many good photographs." A. L. A. bkl. 

Bonheur, Rosa 

Bolton, S. K. Rosa Bonheur 

In Lives of girls who became famous, 
pl80-93 (7-8) 
Gather, K. D. Tomboy from Bordeaux 
In Boyhood stories of famous men, p43- 
62 (6-8) 
Holland, R. S. Rosa Bonheur 

In Historic girlhoods, p278-90 (6-8) 
Home, O. B., and Scobey, K. L. Rosa 
Bonheur 
/;; Stories of great artists, pl36-57 (4-5) 
Keysor. J. E. Bonheur 

In Great artists, v2, pl45-92 (5-8) 
Steedman, A. Rosa Bonheur 

In When they were children, p324-34 
(6-8) 

Bonhomme Richard (ship) 

Dale, R. Capture of the Serapis 
In Hart and Hill's Camps and firesides 
of the revolution, p285-9 (6-8) 

Frothingham, J. P. 
In- Sea fighters. p241-56 (7-8) 

Boniface, Saint 

Stories 

Van Dyke, H: First Christmas tree 

(7-8) 

Bonner, John 

Child's history of France. 1893 Harper 
$2 (6-7) 

"Do«s not overlook the delight of young peo- 
ple in romance, incident, and local color." Pitts- 
burgh 

Child's history of Spain. 1894 Harper $2 
(7-8) 

"soo B. C.-i8qo A. D. Simple and well con- 
structed, with picturesque incidents and dramatic 
aspects thrown into strong relief." A. L. A. sup. 

Bonnie Prince Charlie. Henty, G: A. 
Book of athletics. Withington, P., ed. 
Book of baby beasts. Dugdale, F. E. 
Book of baby birds. Dugdale, F. E. 
Book of ballad stories. Macleod, M. 

Book of ballads for boys and girls. Smith, 
J. C, and Soutar, G., comps. 

Book of buried treasure. Paine, R. D. . 

Book of cats and dogs. Johonnot, J. 

Book of cheerful cats. Francis, J. G. 



Book of children's parties. White, M. and 

s. 

Book of Christmas. Mabie, H. W., ed. 
Book of discoveries. Masefield, J: 
Book of discovery. Synge, M. B. 
Book of electricity. Collins, A. F. 
Book of fables and folk stories. Scudder, 

H. E., ed. 
Book of fairy tales. Brock, H: M., il. 
Book of famous verse. Repplier, A., comp. 
Book of folk stories. Scudder, H. E., ed. 
Book of foot-ball. Camp, W. C. 
Book of friendly giants. Fuller, E. 
Book of games. White, M. 
Book of gnomes. Weatherly, F: E: 
Book of golden deeds. Yonge, C. M. 
Book of heroic ballads. See Tileston, M.. 

W. F. Children's book of ballads 
Book of horses; colored pictures. Duttoni 

pa 50c; lin 75c (1) 
Book of Indian braves. Sweetser, K. D. 
Book of joyous children. Riley, J. W. 
Book of King Arthur and his noble knights. 

Macleod, M. 
Book of legends. Scudder, H. E., comp. 
Book of London. Mitton, G. E. 
Book of magic. Collins, A. F: 
Book of modern Palestine. Salmon, P. R. 
Book of monsters. Fairchild, D. G. and 

M. H. B. 
Book of myths. Lang, J. 
Book of nature myths. Holbrook, F. 
Book of nonsense and More nonsense. 

Lear, E: 

Book of nursery rhymes. Welsh, C:, comp. 
Book of old English ballads. Mabie, H. 
W., comp. 

Book of plays for little actors. Johnston, 
E. L., and Barnum, M. D. 

Book of princes and princesses. Lang, 
L. B. 

Book of romance. Lang, A., ed. 
Book of saints and friendly beasts. Brown, 
A. F. 

Book of saints and heroes. Lang, L. B. 
Book of ships; colored pictures. Dutton pa 
50c; lin 75c (1) 

Book of stars. Collins, A. F: 
Book of stars for young people. Mitton, 
G. E. 

Book of symbols for Camp fire girls. 
Gulick, C. E. V. 

Book of the blue sea. Newbolt, H: J: 
Book of the Camp fire girls. Camp fire 
girls 

Book of the little past. Peabody, J. P. 
Book of the motor boat. Verrill, A. H. 
Book of the ocean. Ingersoll, E. 
Book of the sailboat. Verrill, A. H. 



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Book of the sea; colored pictures. Dutton 

pa 50c; lin 75c (1) 
"Fine pictures that babies lov'-e." Jordan 

Book of the thin red line. Newbolt, H: J: 

Book of useful plants. Rogers, J. E. 

Book of verses. Lucas, E: V., comp. 

Book of winter sports. Dier, J. C, ed 

Book of wireless. Collins, A. F: 

Book of woodcraft. Seton, E. T. 

Bookbinding 

Adams, J. H: Book-binding and extra- 
illustration 
In Harper's indoor book for boys, 
pl86-96 (5-8) 
Bullivant, C. H: Book and periodical 
binding 
In Every boy's book of hobbies, p207- 
10 (7-8) 
Chase, A., and Clow, E. 
In Stories of industry, v2, pl72-6 (5-7) 

Books, Making of 

Rocheleau, W: F. Books 
/" Great American industries, v3, p208- 
22 (5-7) 
Wright, H. C. Caxton 

In Children's stories in English litera- 
ture, vl, p220-45 i7-d>) 

Books and reading 

Arnold, S. L., and Gilbert, C. B., eds. 
Reading 
In Stepping stones to literature, v5, 
p37-8 (5) 
Hale, E: E. How to read; Habits of 
reading 
In How to do it, p97-143, 248-58 
How to do it and How to live, p71- 
105, 179-86 (8) 
Mitchell, D. G. About old story-tellers 

(6-8) 
Ruskin, J: Good books 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
pl-4 (7-8) 

Books for boys 

Boy scouts of America. Books for refer- 
ence and reading 
/;; Official handbook, p395-433 (6-8) 

Bookshelves 

Adams, J. H: Nooks for books 

In Harper's indoor book for boys, p302- 
20 (5-8) 

Boomerangs 

Bullivant, C. H: Home-made boomerang 
In Every boy's book of hobbies, p63-4 
(7-8) 

Boone, Cheshire L. 

Work and play books: guide and index. 
1911 

Boone, Daniel 

Abbott. J: S. C. Daniel Boone (6-8) 
Bass, F. Daniel Boone 

In Stories of pioneer life, p33-45 (3-4) 
Beard, D. C. 

In Boy pioneers, pll-17 (5-8) 
Bruce, H: A. B. Daniel Boone and the 

wilderness road. 1910 (6-8) 



Coe, F. E. Daniel Boone of Kentucky 

In Makers of the nation, pl31-45 (4-6) 
Dickson, M. S. Homes beyond the moun- 
tain wall 
In Pioneers and patriots in early Ameri- 
can history, p79-92 (4-5) 
Eggleston, E: Daniel Boone 
In First book in American history, 
pl34-40 (3-5) 
Foote, A. E., and Skinner, A. W. Dan- 
iel Boone and western settlements 
In jMakers and defenders of America, 
p 141-8 (4-8) 
Forbes-Lindsay, C: H. A. Daniel Boone. 

1908 (6-8) 
Gordy, W. F. Daniel Boone, the Ken- 
tucky pioneer 
In American leaders and heroes, p222- 
33 (5-6) 
Gulliver, L. Daniel Boone. 1916 
Holland, R. S. Daniel Boone 

In Historic boyhoods, p87-98 (6-8) 
Hulbert, A. B. Boone's wilderness road 
In Barstow's Westward movement, 
p69-74 (4-8) 
Johnston, C: H. L. Daniel Boone: 
courageous explorer, and the first 
pioneer of Kentucky 
In Famous scouts, p38-74 (6-8) 
McMurry, C: A. Boone as hunter and 
settler in Kentucky 
In Pioneers of the Mississippi valley, 
p68-80 (5-6) 
Mowry, W: A: and A. M. Daniel Boone 
In American heroes and heroism, pll7- 
24 (5-7) 
Mowry, W: A: and B. S. Daniel Boone 

In American pioneers, pl03-16 (5-7) 
Perry, F. M. Story of Daniel Boone 
In Perry and Beebe's Four American 
pioneers, plO-70 (4-5) 
Roosevelt. T. Daniel Boone and the 
founding of Kentucky 
In Barstow's Westward movement, 
p75-81 
Lodge and Roosevelt's Hero tales 

from American history, pl8-28 
Roosevelt's Stories of the great 
West, p3-12 (6-8) 
Thwaites, R. G. Daniel ' Boone. 1902 

(7-8) 
Wright, H. C. Beginnings of Western 
settlement 
In Children's stories of American prog- 
ress, p8-38 (5-6) 
Plays 
Mackay, C. D. Daniel Boone: patriot 
In Patriotic plays and pageants, p59-73 
(5-8) 

Stories 
Tomlinson, E. T. Scouting with Daniel 
Boone (6-8) 

Booth, Catherine 

Bolton, S. K. Catherine Booth 

In Famous leaders among women, pl59- 
211 (7-8) 

Booth, Edwin 

Gilbert, A. Star-shower baby 
In More than conquerors, p287-311 
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57 



Booth, Maud Ballington 

Baldwin, J. The little mother 
In American book of golden deeds, 
p278-85 (4-6) 
Booth, William Stone 

(ed.) Wonderful escapes by Americans. 

1913 Houghton *$2 (6-8) 

"Over 20 stories for the older boys, describing 

hairbreadth experiences of soldiers, slaves, and 

men who have gone through flood, fire, and 

wrecks." A. L. A. bkl. 

Boots and saddles. Custer, E. B. 
Boots and the beasts 

/);. Wiltse's Folklore stories and prov- 
erbs, p66-76 
Border fights and fighters. Brady, C. T. 
Border wars of New England. Drake, S: A. 
Border watch. Altsheler, J. A. 

Boris in Russia. MacDonald, E, A. B., and 
Dalrymple, J. 

Borneo 

Carpenter, F. G: Borneo 

In Australia, etc., p213-21 {6-7) 
Furness, W: H: Visit to a head-hunter 
of Borneo 
In World's story, vl, p563-71 
Hornaday, W: T. Head-hunters of Bor- 
neo 
In Lane's Toward the rising sun, p77-83 

(3-5) ^ 
Hornaday, W: T. Two years in the jun- 

gle (7-8) 
Kellogg, E. M. C. 

In Australia and the islands of the sea, 
p356-60 (6-7) 
Wade, M. H. B. Our little Malayan 
cousin. 1901 (4-6) 
Borodino, Battle of, 1812 
Pushkin, A. S. Borodino 
In World's story, v6, pi 17-20 

Borrowed sister. White, E, O. 
Borup, George 

Tenderfoot with Peary. Boy's ed 1915 
Stokes *$1.25 (7-8) 

"Reprint, with the map and all but 7 of the 42 
illustrations omitted, and the price reduced from 
$2.10." A. L. A. bkl. 

Bostock, Frank Charles 

Training of wild animals. 1903 Century 
*$1 (5-8) 

"The author is one ■ of the greatest of wild 
animal trainers. He tells how lions, tigers and 
other wild beasts are taught to do tricks, about 
their traits in captivity and about the hazardous 
lives of their trainers." Pittsburgh 

Boston 

Brooks, E. S. In Boston town 
In Century book of famous Americans, 
pl-16 (4-6) 
Goelet. F. Life in Boston 
In Hart and Hill's Camps and firesides 
of the revolution, p59-61 (6-8) 
Hale, E: E. Historic Boston and its 

neighborhood. 1898 {6-7) 
Hale. E: E. New England boyhood (8) 
Higginson, T: W. Boston 
In Barstow's Colonists and the revolu- 
tion, p231-8 (4-8) 
Hotchkiss, C. W. 
In Representative cities of the United 
States, pl61-76 (6-8) 



Richards, L. E. H. When I was your 
age (4-7) 

Scudder, H. E. Boston town. 1906 (5-7) 

Smith, M. C. In Boston 
In Our own country, p39-47 (4-6) 

Southworth, G. V., and Kramer, S. E. 
In Great cities of the United States, 
pl05-36 (6-8) 

Tif¥any, N. M. From colony to common- 
wealth. 1897 (3-5) 

Tiffany, N. M. Pilgrims and Puritans 
(4-6) 

See also Otis, James 

Boston collection of kindergarten stories. 

1897 J. L. Hammett co., 250 Devonshire 
St., Boston 60c (2-3) 

Written and collected by Boston kindergarten 
teachers. Primarily for the kindergartner or the 
mother to tell to the little ones, but some of the 
children will like to read the stories for them- 
selves 

Boston hymn. Emerson, R. W. 
In World's story, vl3, p347-50 

Boston massacre 

Blaisdell, A. F-., and Ball, F. K. 
In Short stories from American his- 
tory, p38-44 (4-6) 
Hawthorne, N. 
In Grandfather's chair and Biographical 
stories, pl74-81 
True stories from history and biog- 
raphy (6-8) 

Boston tea party 

Blaisdell, A. F., and Ball, F. K. 
In Short stories from American his- 
tory, p51-7 (4-6) 
Dodge, N. S. Destruction of tea in Bos- 
ton harbor 
In Stories of American history, p69-78 
(3) 
Gordy, W. F. Samuel Adams and the 
Boston tea party 
In American leaders and heroes, pl57- 
62 (5-6) 
Hart, A. B., and Hill, M., eds. 
In Camps and firesides of the revolu- 
tion, pl62-6 (6-8) 
Johonnot, J., ed. 

In Grandfather's stories, p81-5 (3-4) 
Plays 
Mackay, C. D. 

In Patriotic plays and pageants, pl32- 
54 (5-8) 
Boston town. Scudder, H. E. 
Bostwick, Arthur E. See Champlin, John 
Denison, jt. ed. 

Botany 

Atkinson, G: F. First studies of plant 

life. 1903 (5-7) 
Bailey, L. H. First lessons with plants. 

1898 (6-8) 

Brown, K. L. Plant baby and its friends 

(3-5) 
Holden, E: S. Botany 

In Real things in nature, p235-84 (7) 
Mcllvaine, C: Beginning of plants 

In Outdoors, indoors, and up the chim- 
ney, plOl-9 (5-7) 
Mathews, F. S. Field book of American 

wild flowers. 1902 (7-8) 



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Botany — Continued 

Parsons, F. T. S. D. Plants and their 

children. (4-6) 
Torelle, E. Plant and animal children. 
1912 (5-7) 

See also Birds; Buds; Cells; Ferns; 
Flowers; Forestry; Fruit; Gardening; 
Herbariums; Leaves; Natural history; 
Plants; Pollen; Seeds; Stems; Tendrils; 
Trees; Weeds 
Botticelli, Alessandro 

Steedman, A. Sandro Botticelli 
hi Knights of art, p52-62 (5-8) 
Bouillon, Godfrey of. See Godfrey of 

Bouillon 
Boundaries. See United States — Bounda- 
ries 
Bounty (ship). See Pitcairn island 
Bourne, Henry Eldridge, and Benton, Elbert 
Jay 
Introductory American history. 1912 
Heath *60c (6-8) 

"Clear accounts of the ancient peoples and of 
European nations, and the bearing of both on the 
discoveries of the fifteenth and sixteenth centu- 
ries. A good introduction to American history for 
supplementary reading, having a useful bibliogra- 
phy for teachers." A. L. A. bkl. 

Boutet de Monvel, Louis Maurice 

(il.) La civilite. Brentano $2.35 
(il.) Egan, M. F. Everybody's St. Fran- 
cis 
(il.) France, A. Girls and boys 
(il.) France, A. Nos enfants 
Joan of Arc. 1907 Century *$3.50 (4-5) 
"New edition of one of the most beautiful 
picture books ever published in this country for 
children." A. L. A. bkl. 

(il.) La Fontaine, J. de. Fables 

"The pictures tell the tales so cleverly that they 
do not need the aid of text." Olcott 
In French 

(il.) Vielles chansons pour les petits en- 
fants. Brentano $2.35 
(il.) Widor, C: M., comp. Old songs 
and rounds for little children. 1912 
(2-3) 
Bouve, Thomas Tracy 

Shannon and the Chesapeake 
In World's story, vl3, pl39-42 
Bouvet, Marie Marguerite 

Sweet William. McClurg *$1 (4-5) 

"Romantic story of a little Prince of Nor- 
mandy who was falsely imprisoned in a castle dur- 
ing the days of chivalry." Prentice and Power 

Bow and arrow. See Archery 
Bow of orange ribbon. Barr, A. E. H. 
Bow-wow and ]\Iew-mew. Craik, G. M. 
Bowman, Isaiah 

South America. (Lands and peoples 
ser.) 1915 Rand 75c (7-8) 

"Contains more information than Carpenter's 
'South America,' and is well adapted for refer- 
ence work in the upper grammar grades or first 
year high school." A. L. A. bkl. 

Box furniture. Brigham, L. 

Boy and the baron. Knapp, A. 

Boy Blue and his friends. MacDonald, E. 

A. B., and Blaisdell, M. F. 
Boy captive in Canada. Smith, M. P. W. 
Boy captive of old Deerfield. Smith, 

M. P. W. 



Boy collector's handbook. Verrill, A. H. 

Boy craftsman. Hall, A. N. 

Boy editor. Kirkland, W. M. 

Boy electrician. Morgan, A. P. 

Boy emigrants. Brooks, N. 

Boy explorers series. See Dimock, A. W. 

Boy general [G: A. Custer]. Custer, E. B. 

Boy hunters. Reid, M. 

Boy I knew, four dogs, and some more 
dogs. Hutton, L. 

Boy in Eirinn. Colum, P. 

Boy kings and girl queens. Marshall, H. E. 

Boy life in the U. S. navy. Clark, H: H. 

Boy life of Napoleon. Foa, E. 

Boy life on the prairie. Garland, H. 

Boy Lincoln. Stoddard, W: O. 

Boy mechanic. 2v 1913-15 Popular me- 
chanics CO., 6 N. Michigan boulevard, 
Chicago ea $1.50 (6-8) .. • 

V I, 700 things for boys to do 

"How to construct wireless outfits, boats, mo- 
tors, kites, cameras and hundreds of other things. 
Reprinted from 'Popular mechanics.' " Cleveland 

V 2, 1000 things for boys to do 

How to construct devices for winter sports, 
motion-picture camera, indoor games, reed furni- 
ture, electrical novelties, boats, fishing rods, 
camps and camp appliances, kites and gliders, 
pushmobiles, roller coasters, Ferris wheel, etc. 

Boy mineral collectors. Kelley, J. G: 
Boy of the first empire. Brooks, E. S. 
Boy officers of 1812. Tomlinson, E. T. 
Boy on a farm. Abbott, J. 
Boy pioneers, Sons of Daniel Boone. 

Beard, D. C. 
Boy scouts 

Baden-Powell, R. S. S. Boy scouts i)e- 

yond the seas. 1913 (6-8) 
Boy scouts of America. Official hand- 
book for boys. 1911 (6-8) 
Bullivant, C. H: Scouting 

In Every boy's book of hobbies, p299- 
320 (7-8) 
Cabot. E. L., and others 

In Course in citizenship, pl62-4 (1-8) 
Cave, E: Boy scout's hike book. 1913 

(6-8) 
Cave, E: Boy's camp book. 1914 (6-8) 
Eastman, C: A. Indian scout talks. 1914 

(6-8) 
Evans, L. B., and others 

In Farm life readers, bk4, p3 17-24 (4-6) 
Grinnell, G: B., and Swan, E. L., eds. 
Boy scouts of England 
/;; Harper's camping and scouting, 
p301-41 (6-8) 
Hall, A. N. Handy boy scout craft 

In Handy boy, p325-35 (6-8) 
]\Iiller. C. H. Boy scouts of America 
In Outdoor sports and games, pl9-49 
(6-8) 
Wood, E. Boy scouts' roll of honour. 
1914 (6-8) 

Stories 
Burgess, T. W. Boy scouts on Lost trail 

(6-7) 
Burton, C: P. Boy scouts of Bob's Hill 

(6-7) 
Dimock, A. W. Be prepared (6-8) 



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Boy scouts— Continued 

Finnemore, J: Wolf patrol (7-8) 
Heyliger, W: Don Strong of the Wolf 

patrol (6-8) 
Holland, R. S. Boy scouts of Birch-bark 

island 
Holland, R. S. Boy scouts of Snow-shoe 

lodge 
Hornibrook, I. Scout of to-day (6-8) 
Quirk, L. W. Boy scouts of Black Eagle 

patrol (6-8) 
Sabin, E. L. Pluck on the long trail (7-8) 
Seton, E. T. Rolf in the woods (7-8) 
Wilson, J: F. -Tad Sheldon (6-7) 
Boy scouts beyond the seas. Baden-Powell, 

R. S. S. 
Boy scout's hike book. Cave, E: 
Boy scouts of America 

Official handbook, for boys. Grosset 

(Every boy's lib.) *SOc; Doubleday pa 

*25c (6-8) 

"Embodies the Baden-Powell plan' of organiza- 
tion adapted to the United States, and deals 
authoritatively with the whole movement under 
scoutcraft, woodcraft, campcraft, tracks and sig- 
naling, health and endurance, chivalry, first-aid 
and life-saving, games and athletic standards, and 
patriotism and citizenship." A. L. A. bkl. 

Boy scouts of Birch-bark island. Holland, 
R. S. 

Boy scouts of Black Eagle patrol. Quirk, 
L. W. 

Boy scouts of Bob's Hill. Burton, C: P. 

Boy scouts of Snow-shoe lodge. Holland, 
R. S. 

Boy scouts on Lost trail. Burgess, T. W. 

Boy scouts' roll of honour. Wood, E. 

Boy settlers. Brooks, N. 

Boy soldiers of 1812. Tomlinson, E. T. 

Boy with the United States explorers. 
Rolt-Wheeler, F. W: 

Boy with the United States fisheries. Rolt- 
Wheeler, F. W: 

Boy with the United States foresters. 
Rolt-Wheeler, F. W: 

Boy with the United States Indians. Rolt- 
Wheeler, F. W: 

Boy with the United States life-savers. 
Rolt-Wheeler, F. W: 

Boy with the United States mail. Rolt- 
Wheeler, F. W: 

Boy with the United States survey. Rolt- 
Wheeler, F. W: 
Boyd, Ida Estelle 

When mother lets us cut out pictures. 
1912 Moffat *75c (4-5) 

"Shows children how to cut dolls, houses, 
chairs, tables, trees and many other things out of 
paper." Pittsburgh 

Boyesen, Hjalmar Hjorth 

Against heavy odds, and A fearless trio. 
Scribner *$1.25 (6-7) 
"Two stories of modern Norse life." Pittsburgh 

Boyhood in Norway. Scribner *$1.25 
(6-7) 

"Short stories of boy life in Norway." Oregon 
Modern vikings. Scribner *$1.25; (Ser. for 
young people) *60c (6-7) 

"The author originally related these narratives 
of life and sport in the Norseland to his own 
children." Arnold 



Norseland tales. Scribner *$1.25 (6-7) 

"Ten stories of life in Norway, including 
'Zuleika,' a horse story, and one about American 
Thanksgiving." N. Y. city 

Boyhood in Norway. Boyesen, H. H. 
Boyhood of a naturalist. Muir, J: 
Boyhood stories of famous men. Gather, 

K. D. 
Boylan, Mrs. Grace (Duffie) 

Pipes of Clovis. Little *$1 (5-8) 

"Story of the 12th century, with a delicate 
charm and the glamor of fairyland, in which Clo- 
vis, a forester's son, by his magic pipes saves 
the kingdom of Swalsia for Karl and his queen 
Hildegarde. For the unusual child." A. L. A. 
bkl. 

Bojme, Battle of the, 1690 

Macaulav. T: B. Battle of the Boyne 
In World's story, vlO, p494-502 

Boys, Charles Vernon 

Soap-bubbles and the forces which mould 
them. _ Gorham $1.20 (5-6) 

"Describes a series of experiments, many of 
which require no apparatus beyond a f-ew pieces 
of glass or india-rubber pipe or other simple 
things easily obtained." Pittsburgh 

Boys 

Bolton, S. K. Lives of poor boys who 

became famous. 1885 (7-8) 
Brooks, E. S. Historic boys (6-7) 
Holland, R. S. Historic boyhoods. 1909 

(6-8) 
Sturdevant, L. H. Elizabethan boys 

In Barstow's Explorers and settlers, 
p 133-44 (4-8) 
Sweetser, K. D. Ten boys from history. 

1910 (6-8) 
Warner, G: D. Being a boy (7-8) 

See also Books for boys; Boy scouts; 

Boys' clubs; Children 
Stories 
Aldrich, T: B. Story of a bad boy 

(6-8) 

Boys' and girls' Herodotus. White, J: S., 
ed. 

Boys and girls of Garden city. Dawson, J. 
Boys and girls of seventy-seven. Smith, 
M. P. W. 

Boys' and girls' Pliny. White, J: S., ed. 
Boys' and girls' Plutarch. White. J: S., 

ed. 
Boys' book of aeroplanes. Hubbard, T: O., 

and Turner, C. G. 
Boys' book of airships. Delacombe, H. 
Boys' book of astronomy. Hawks, E. 
Boy's book of battle lyrics. English, T: D., 

coinp. 
Boys' book of battles. Linscott, R. N. 
Boys' book of battles. Wood, E. 
Boy's book of explorations. Jenks, T. 
Boy's book of famous regiments. Ogden, 

H: A., and Hitchcock, H. A. 
Boys' book of famous rulers. Farmer, 

L. H. 
Boy's book of famous warships. Stevens, 

W: O. 
Boys' book of firemen. Grump, L 



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Boys' book of hunting and fishing. Miller, 
W. H. 

Boy's book of inventions. Baker, R. S. 
Boy's book of mechanical models. Stout, 
W: B. 

Boys' book of model aeroplanes. Collins, 
F. A. 

Boy's book of new inventions. Maule, 
H. E: 

Boys' book of pets. Westell, W. P. 

Boys' book of railways. Howden, J. R. 

Boys' book of sports. Thompson, M., ed. 

Boys' book of stamp collecting. Arm- 
strong, D. B. 

Boys' book of steamships. Howden, J. R. 

Boys' book of warships. Howden, J. R. 

Boys' Browning. Browning, R. 

Boy's camp book. Cave, E: 

Boy's Catlin. Catlin, G: 

Boys' clubs 
Beard, D. C. 
In Boy pioneers, p88-104, 185-9 (5-8) 

Boys' Cuchulain. Hull, E., comp. 

Boy's Drake. Bacon, E. M. 

Boy's Froissart. Lanier, S., ed. 

Boys, girls and manners. Hall, F. M. H. 

Boys' Hakluyt. Bacon, E. M., ed. 

Boys' heroes. Hale, E: E. 

Boy's Iliad. Perry, W. C. 

Boy's King Arthur. Lanier, S., ed. 

Boys' life of Abraham Lincoln. Nicolay, H. 

Boy's life of Edison. Meadowcroft, W: H: 

Boy's life of General Grant. Knox, T: W. 

Boys' life of General Sheridan. Goss, W. L. 

Boys' life of Lord Kitchener. Wheeler, 
H. F. B. 

Boys life of Mark Twain. Paine, A. B, 

Boys' life of Ulysses S. Grant. Nicolay, H. 

Boys' make-at-home things. Bailey, C. S. 
and M. E. 

Boys' Motley. Banks, H. W. 

Boy's Napoleon. Wheeler, H. F. B, 

Boy's Odyssey. Perry, W. C. 

Boys of Bob's Hill. Burton, C: P. 

Boys of 1812. Soley, J. R. 

Boys of Fairport. Brooks, N. 

Boys of Fort Schuyler. Kaler, J. O. 

Boys of old Monmouth. Tomlinson, E. T. 

Boys of other countries. Taylor, B. 

Boys of St. Timothy's. Pier, A. S. 

Boys of Scrooby. Hall, R. 

Boys of '76. Coffin, C: C. 

Boys of '61. Coffin, C: C. 

Boys of the border. Smith, M. P. W. 

Boys of the railroad. (Harper's athletic 
ser.) Harper 60'c (6-8) 

"Thirteen stories by various authors, chiefly 
about_ boys who have prevented railroad disasters. 
Exciting, but not too much overdrawn to be 
wholesome and stimulating." A. L. A. bkl. 

Boys of the revolution. Tomlinson, E. T. 



Boys of the Rincon ranch. Canfield, H: S. 
Boys' outdoor vacation book. Verrill, A. H. 
Boy's own guide to fishing. Keene, J: H. 
Boys' Parkman. Hasbrouck, L. S., comp. 
Boy's Percy. Lanier, S., ed. 
Boys' Prescott. Banks, H. W. 
Boy's ride. Zollinger, G. 
Boys' rooms 
Adams, J. H: Fitting up a boy's room; 
Boy's room 
In Harper's indoor book for boys, p267- 
82, 293-5 (5-8) 
Beard, D. C. How to build and furnish a 
surprise den in a modern house 
In New ideas for out of doors, p325-36 
(6-8) 
Boys' second book of inventions. Baker, 

R. S. 
Boy^s town. Howells, W: D. 
Boys' Wellington. Wheeler, H. F. B. 
Boys who became famous. Bolton, S. K. 
Boys with Old Hickory. Tomlinson, E. T. 
Bracebridge Hall. Irving, W. 
Brackett, Anna Callender, and Eliot, Ida M. 
(eds.) Poetry for home and school. 
Putnam *$1.25 (3-6) 

"One of the most practical single book collec- 
tions of poetry for children yet made." Prentice 
and Power 

Bradish, Sarah Powers 

Stories of country life. 1901 Am. bk. *40c 
(3-4) 

"Describes in a simple way many industries. 
Stories of animals and birds." Wis. 

Brady, Cyrus Townsend 

Border fights and fighters. 1902 Double- 
day *$1.50 (7-8) 

"Stories of the pioneers between the Alleghenies 
and the Mississippi and in the Texan republic." 
Title 
Indian fights and fighters. Doubleday 
*$1.50 (7-8) 

"History of the struggle between the U. S. 
army and the western Indians since the civil war. 
The famous campaigns of Crook, Custer, Miles, 
Forsyth and others. Illustrations by Remington, 
Schreyvogel, Zogbaum." N. Y. city 

Midshipman in the Pacific; his adventures 
on whaler, trader and frigate. Scribner 
=^$1.35; Grosset (Every boy's lib.) *50c 
(7-8) 

"Kidnapped and impressed into the service of a 
British whaling vessel, the boy hero has thrilling 
adventures. He is shipwrecked, becomes mate on 
a merchant ship, is captured by Indians and finally 
takes part in the valiant defense of the Essex 
in Valparaiso harbor." Pittsburgh 

Reuben James. Appleton *$1 (7-8) 

"Story of a common sailor who saved Com- 
modore Decatur's life." Hewins 

Braekstad, H. L. 

(tr.) Andersen, H. C. Fairy tales 

Braided straws. Foulke, E. E. 

Brainerd, David 

Humphreys, M. G., ed. David Brainerd, 
missionary to the forests 
In IMissiOnary explorers among the In- 
dians, p93-ll7 (7-8) 

Brant, Joseph 

Eggleston, E:, and Seelye, E. E. Brant 
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Brant, Joseph — Continued 

Johnston, C: H. L. Captain Joseph 
Brant: the warrior chief of the Mo- 
hawks 
In Famous Indian chiefs, p254-83 (5-8) 

Brant and Red Jacket. Eggleston, E:, and 
Seelye, E. E. 

Brass 

Carpenter, F. G: Lead, copper, and 
brass 
In How the world is housed, pl87-8 
(5-7) 
Chase, A., and Clow, E. Brass and bronze 
work 
In Stories of industry, vl, p52-5 (5-7) 
Hall, A. N. Brass craft 

In Handicraft for handy boys, p206-18 
(6-8) 
Sleffel, C: C. Brass work 

In Working in metals, pl31-47 (6-8) 
See also Metal work 

Brassey, Anne, lady 

Around the world in the yacht "Sun- 
beam." 1879 abridged ed Burt *$1; 
Longmans 75c (7-8) 

"Voyage of an English family from England to 
South America and around Cape Horn, across the 
Pacific to Japan and China and home via Suez 
canal." N. Y. city 
Bolton, S. K. Lady Brassey 
hi Lives of girls who became famous, 
p300-19 (7-8) 
Brave Beowulf. Cartwright, T:, ed. 

Brave deeds of American sailors. Duncan, 

R. B. 
Brave little Holland. Griffis, W: E. 
Bravery. See Courage; Heroes 
Bravest of the brave. Henty, G: A. 

Brazil 

Brazil 

In World's story, vll, p377-98 
Buckley, A. B. Evening in a Brazilian 
forest 
In Lane's Strange lands near home, 
p52-9 (5-6) 
Carpenter, F. G: Brazil 

In South America, p243-327 (5-6) 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: United 
states of Brazil; World's greatest 
river; Coffee industry in Brazil 
In South America, p34-66 (5-7) 
Markwick, W: F., and Smith, W: A. 
Brazil 
In South American republics, pl73-220 
(5-7) 
Nixon-Roulet, M. F. Our little Brazilian 
cousin. 1907 (3-5) 

Bread 

Chase, A., and Clow, E. Bread-making 
In Stories of industrj', v2, p97-9 (5-7) 
See also Flour 

Brearley, Harry Chase 

Animal secrets told; a book of "whys." 
1911 Stokes $1.50 (6-8) 

"Explains the causes for the various peculiari- 
ties of animals; why some have 'front-eyes' and 
others 'side-eyes,' why their ears, mouths, tongues, 
feet, etc. differ; why some have feathers and oth- 
ers scales or shells or quills; why the hare has a 



winter coat and the squirrel a bushy tail. Illus- 
trations from drawings by the author and from 
photographs taken in the New York zoological 
park." Pittsburgh 

"Scientifically accurate." A. L. A. sup. 

Breck, Edward 

Wilderness pets at Camp Buckshaw. 1910' 
Houghton *$1.50 (6-7) 

■'Some young people camp out with a trapper in 
the Nova Scotia forest. Tells many stories of 
wild animal and bird pets. Based on the author's 
own experiences and illustrated from photo- 
graphs." Pittsburgh 

Breeding of animals. See Animals — Breed- 
ing 

Bremer, Fredrika 

Coolidge, S. Fredrika Bremer 
In Mischief's Thanksgiving, and other 
stories, p84-105 (4) 

Breville, J. M. G. Onfroy de. See Onfroy 
de Breville, Jacques Marie Gaston 

Brewer, David Josiah 

Supreme court of the United States 
In Ship of state, p67-89 (7-8) 

Brewster, Edwin Tenney 

Swimming. 1910 Houghton *$1 (6-8) 

"Practical instructions for swimming, floating,, 
diving and bathtub practice, together with a 
chapter on teaching children to swim." Olcott 

Brian Boru, king of Ireland 

Brooks, E. S. Brian of Munster, the boy 
chieftain 
/» Brooks's Historic boys, p25-43 
Children's hour, v8, pl65-81 

Bricks 

Carpenter, F. G: Brick structures of an- 
tiquity; Our American brickyards 
Iiv How the world is housed, pl27-42 
(5-7) 
Chamberlain, J. F. How bricks are made 
In How we are sheltered, pi 10-23 (4-5) 
Chase, A., and Clow, E. Slate and brick 
In Stories of industry, vl, pl41-6 (5-7) 
Tappan. E. M. Bricks, their faults and 
their virtues 
In Diggers in the earth, p31-8 (5-6) 
See also Adobe 

Bridges 

Beard, D. C. How to make a bridge for 
swift waters; How to build substan- 
tial piers and bridges at your camp or 
summer home 
In Handicraft for outdoor boys, pl35-9, 
146-55 
New ideas for out of doors, pl35-9, 
146-55 (6-8) 
Bond, A. R. Besieged by a river of ice; 
World's greatest bridge 
In On the battle front of engineering, 
pl25-41, 183-208 (7-8) 
Bond, A. R. Bridge building; Cantilever 
bridge 
In Scientific American boy, p95-108, 
292-309 (6-8) 
Bond, A. R. Greatest steel arch in the- 
world 
In Pick, shovel and pluck, p220-33' 
(6-8) 
Bond, A. R. "Howe" truss bridge 
In Scientific American boy at school,. 
pl21-40 (6-8) 



62 



CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



Bridges —Continued 

Bond, A. R. Spinning a web across the 
river 
Jn With the men who do things, p98- 
108 (6-8) 
Doubleday, R. Bridge builders and some 
of their achievements 
In Stories of inventors, pl33-51 (7-8) 
Moffett, C. Bridge-builder 

In Careers of danger and daring, pl73- 
208 (7-8) 
Tappan, E. M. About roads and bridges. 
In Travelers and traveling, pi 13-20 
(5-6) 
Williams, A. 

/;; How it is done, pi 17-206 (7-8) 
Williams, A. American bridges 
In Romance of modern engineering, 
pl27-38 (7-8) 
See also Brooklyn bridge; Forth 
bridge; Tower bridge; also Stephenson, 
Robert 
Brigham, Albert Perry 

From trail to railway through the Appa- 
lachians. 1907 Ginn *60c; *50c (7-8) 

"Combination of history and geography, de- 
scribing the development of waterways and rail- 
ways." N. Y. state lib. 

Brigham, Louise 

Box furniture. Century *$1.60 

"How to make a hundred useful things for the 
home." Jordan 

Britain and her neighbors. See Terry, 
A. G., ed. History stories of other lands 

British Columbia 

Stories 
Grinnell, G: B. Jack, the young canoe- 
man (6-7) 

British Isles. See England 

British Isles. See Tomlinson, E. T. Young 
Americans in the British Isles 

British Isles in pictures. Barnard, H. C. 

British verse for boys. Thompson, D. V., 
ed. 

Brittany 

Alcott, L. M. 

In Shawl-straps, pl8-67 



(5-6) 



Brock, Henry Matthew 

(il.) Book of fairy tales; with full-page 
colored il. and outline pictures in text. 
Warne *$2 (1-4) . 

Published also in 2 volumes under title Ola 
fairy tales," each *$i; and separately in art cart- 
ridge paper covers at *40C 

Contents: Puss in boots; Jack and the bean- 
stalk; Hop-o'-my-thumb; Beauty and the beast 

"A delightful presentation of these old favor- 
ites. Besides large type and substantial paper, 
each story has several black and white illustra- 
tions and eight colored plates." N. Y. state lib. 

Bronte, Charlotte 

Frank, M. ^I. Charlotte Bronte 

In Great authors in their vouth, p209-43 
(7-8) 
Holland, R. S. Charlotte Bronte 

In Historic girlhoods, p229-42 (6-8) 
Steedman, A. Charlotte Bronte and her 
sisters 
In When they were children, p279-88 
(6-8) 



Bronze horses of Venice 

Clement, C. E. 

In Stories of art and artists, p30-l (7-8) 
Brook, The. See Tennyson, A. 
Brook book. Miller, M. R. 
Brooke, Leonard Leslie 

(il.) Golden goose book. Warne "^$2 
(2-3) 
Contents: Golden goose; Three bears; Three 
little pigs; Tom Thumb 

Each is sold separately in paper covers at 
*40c. Also the first two and the last two, bound 
in boards, at *$i each 

"Clearly printed, with artistic cover and admir- 
able drawings in black and white and color, full 
of action and humor." N. Y. state lib. 

(il.) Grimm, J. L. K. and W. K. House 

in the wood 
(il.) Hill, G. F. Truth about old King 

Cole, and other very natural histories 
(il.) Johnny Crow's garden. 1904 Warne 

*$1 (1-2) 

"Old nursery rhyme with humorous illustra- 
tions in black and white and full-page drawings 
in color." Pittsburgh 

(il.) Johnny Crow's party. W'arne *$1 
(1-2) 

"Delightful book of animal pictures, some col- 
ored." A. L. A. bkl. 
(il.) Lear, E: Jumblies, and other non- 
sense verses 
(il.) Lear, E: Pelican chorus 
(il.) Nursery rhyme picture book. 1913 
W^arne *$1 (1-2) 
"Contains 'Oranges and lemons' and 'The man 
in the moon,' which are published separately, in 
paper, at forty cents each. Illustrations attrac- 
tive, some in color, others in black and white." 
ALA. bkl. 
(il.) Tailor and the crow. 1912 Warne 
*$1 (1-2) 

"An old rhyme told in charming pictures." 
Utica 
Brooklyn bridge 
Rideing, W. H. 
In Our country: East, pl83-6 (4-6) 

Brooks, Dorothy 

Stories of the red children. Educational 
40c (2-3) 

"What the little red children believe about the 
wind, stars, rain and other wonders of nature." 
Pittsburgh 

Brooks, Edward 

Story of the Aeneid. 1899 Penn *$1 (6-8) 

"Simple, dignified rendering, based on the best 
translations." Oregon 

Story of the Iliad. 1910 Penn *$1 (5-6) 

"Will arouse the interest of young people." 

Oregon , „ .^., 

Storv of the Odvssey. 1899 Penn ^$1 

(5-7) 

Illustrated by Flaxman's drawings 
(ed.) Wonder stories from the IMabino- 
gion. Penn *$1 (5-7) 
Brooks, Elbridge Streeter 

American sailor. 1899 Lothrop $l.oO 
(6-8) . . 

"Includes both navy and merchant service, Arc- 
tic explorations, whaling, smuggling, lake and 
river service." Pittsburgh 

American soldier. 1899 Lothrop $1.50 

(7-8) . , , 

"Beginning with the Indian warrior and the 
Spanish conquistador and ending with the Amer- 
ican regular and volunteer of 1898." N. Y. city 
Boy of the first empire. Century $1.50 

"Hero is in the personal service of Napoleon, 
and the domestic side of the emperor's character 
is pleasantly shown." Unit. 



CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



63 



Brooks, Elbridge Streeter — Continued 

Century book for young Americans. 
Century $1.50 (5-7) 

"A party of boys and girls visit Washington 
and learn of the workings of each department of 
the government." N. Y. city 

"Story of a boys' and girls' pilgrimage to his- 
toric places." N. Y. state lib. 
Century book of famous Americans. 1896 
Century $1.50 (4-6) 

"A party of boys and girls travel from Boston 
to the Potomac and the Ohio, visiting homes of 
famous Americans." Utica 

Century book of the American colonies. 

1900 Century $1.50 (5-7) 
Century book of the American revolu- 
tion. 1897 Century $1.50 (5-7) 

"Supposed pilgrimage of a party of young peo- 
ple to the revolutionary battle-fields." Pittsburgh 
Chivalric days. Putnam *$1.25 (6-7) 

"Stories of Egypt, Carthage, Rome, Servia, 
France, England and colonial New York." Pitts- 
burgh 

Historic Americans. 1899 Crowell $1.50 

(8) 
Historic boys. Putnam *$1.25 (6-7) 

"Stories of boy life in different lands at dif- 
ferent epochs of history." N. Y. city 

Historic girls. Putnam *$1.25 (6-7) 

In Leisler's times: an historical story of 

Knickerbocker New York. Lothrop 

$1.50 (6-7) 
Master of the Strong Hearts: story of 

Custer's last rally. 1899 Button $1.50 

(6-8) 

"Custer's last fight with Sitting Bull and his 
. hordes of Sioux, 1876." N. Y. city 
Story of New York. Lothrop $1.50 (8) 
"With particular attention to the romantic, he- 
roic and picturesque features of the story." N. Y'. 
city 

Story of our war with Spain. 1899 Loth- 
rop $1.50 (7-8) 

Story of the American Indian. Lothrop 
$1.50 (7-8) 

"His origin, development, decline and des- 
tiny." N. Y. city 

True storv of Abraham Lincoln. 1896 
Lothrop"$1.50 (4-6) 

"Deals principally with Lincoln's early life." 
N. Y. city 
True story of Benjamin Franklin. 1898 
Lothrop $1.50 (4-6) 

"Popular life with many pictures." Oregon 

True story of Christopher Columbus. 
1892 Lothrop $1.50 (4-6) 

"His conception of the character and mission 
of Columbus is one of the noblest in literature." 
C: D. Warner 
True story of George Washington. 1895 
Lothrop $1.50 (4-6) 

"Simple, absorbing story with numerous illus- 
trations." Oregon 

True story of Lafayette. 1899 Lothrop 
$1.50 (4-6) 

True storv of the United States of Amer- 
ica, to 1898. 1907 Lothrop $1.50 (5-7) 

True story of U. S. Grant. 1897 Lo- 
throp $1.50 (4-6) 
Brooks, Eugene Clyde 

Story of cotton and the development of 
the cotton states. 1911 Rand 75c (8) 

"Development of the cotton industry and its 
influence upon social and economic problems at 
the time of the civil war and later." Cleveland 

Brooks, Noah 

Abraham Lincoln, and the downfall of 
American slavery. 1901 Putnam *$1.50; 
(Knickerbocker lit. ser.) *90c (8) 
"Specially full of lea:ends on Lincoln's early 
life. Partly reminiscent." L. A. H. 



Boy emigrants. Scribner *$1.25; il ed 
*$2 (6-7) 

"Full of exciting adventures encountered by 
some boys who crossed the Western plains in the 
golden days of '49, when those vast regions be- 
longed to wild beasts and Indians." Washington 

Boy settlers. Scribner *$1.2S (6-7) 

■'Early times in Kansas. Story of free-soil 
emigrants and border ruflians." Pittsburgh 

Boys of Fairport. Scribner *$1.25 (5-7) 

"Originally published as 'The Fairport nine.' " 
N. Y. state lib. 

First across the continent. 1901 Scrib- 
ner *$1.50 (7-8) 

"Exploring expedition of Lewis and Clark in 
1803-S." A. L. A. 
How the republic is governed. 1895 Scrib- 
ner *75c (7-8) 
Lem: a New England village boy. Scrib- 
ner *$1.25 (7-8) 
Story of Marco Polo. 1898 Century 
$1.50 (7-8) 

"Story of travel in Asia in the 13th century 
by the first Europeans to go there." Utica 

Brooks, Phillips, bishop 

Bolton, S. K. Phillips Brooks 

In Famous leaders among men, p368- 
^404 (7-8) 
Faris,' J: T. Phillips Brooks 

In Winning their way, p372-81 (7-8) 
Gilbert, A. Through failure to success 
In More than conquerors, p253-83 
(6-8) 
Spofford, H. P. Phillips Brooks; poem 
In Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 
p231 (5-7) 

Brooks 

Poetry 

Riley, J. W. Brook song 

In Evans and others. Farm life read- 
ers, bk4, p296-7 (4-6) 
Tennyson, A. Brook 

In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, vl, p92-4 
Evans and others. Farm life read- 
ers, bk4, p290-3 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v3, 

p46-8 
Whittier's Child life, plOl-3 

Brooks and brook basins. Frye, A. E. 

Brothers and sisters. Brown, A. F. 

Brothers in fur. White, E. O. 

Brown, Abbie Farwell 

Book of saints and friendly beasts. 
Houghton *$1.20; school ed *50c (5-6) 

"Legends of the lesser saints and the animals 
associated with them retold as simple folk tales." 
N. Y. state lib. 

Brothers and sisters. Houghton *$1 
(2-4) 

"Pleasant little story for young children, bring- 
ing out the good in them." A. L. A. bkl. 

Curious book of birds; il. by E. Boyd 
Smith. Houghton *$1.10 (4-6) 

"Legends and fancies gathered from French, 
Russian, Greek and other peoples and attractively 
retold for children." N. Y. state lib. 

Flower princess. Houghton *$1 (3-5) 

Contents: Flower princess; Little friend; Mer- 
maid's child; Ten blowers 

Fresh posies: rhymes to read and pieces 
to speak. 1908 Houghton *$1.40 (2-3) 

"Charming rhymes, happy in thought and ex- 
pression." A. L. A. bkl. 



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CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



Brown, Abbie Farwell — Continued 

Friends and cousins. Houghton *$1 (2-4) 

"A s-equel to 'Brothers and sisters,' in whicn 
the children spend another summer in the country 
by the sea." A. L. A. bkl. 

In the days of giants; il. by E. Boyd 
Smith. Houghton *$1.10; (Riverside 
lit. ser.) *50c (4-5) 

"One of the most readable and attractive col- 
lections of Norse myths." Oregon 

John of the woods. Houghton *$1.20 
(4-6) 

"Charming, poetic story, which teaches brother- 
ly love without preaching, of a boy tumbler who 
escapes from cruel masters and lives in the for- 
est with a hermit, making friends with the wild 
beasts." N. Y. state lib. 
Kisington town. Houghton *$1.25 (4-7) 
Lonesomest doll. Houghton *85c (3-4) 
"Rescue of a doll confined in the treasure 
house because too splendid for her little mother 
to play with." N. Y. state lib. 
Pocketful of posies. 1902 Houghton *$1 
(3-4) 

"Charming little book of verses." N. Y. city 
Star jewels, and other wonders. Hough- 
ton *$1 (4-5) 

"Five unusually pretty modern fairy tales." 
Pittsburgh 

Brown, Abbie Farwell, and Bell, James 
Mackintosh 

Tales of the red children. Appleton *$1 
(4-6) , . , 

"Eleven Canadian Indian stories, retold with 
pkasing simplicity and directness of style, and il- 
lustrated with suggested and spirited drawings." 
A. L. A. sup. 

Brown, Alice 

Secret of the clan. Macmillan *$1.25 
(6-8) 

"Four girls — three sisters and their cousin — • 
make up the clan, and their secret nearly causes 
a misunderstanding with the beloved grandmother 
with whom they live." Utica 

Brown, Bertha Millard 

Health in home and town. 1912 Heath *60c 
(6-8) 

"The first half of this elementary text is de- 
voted to the planning, furnishing, caring for and 
sanitation of the home; the second half takes up 
civic housekeeping, diseases dangerous to public 
health and intemperance. A good addition to the 
health books for children, simply written and well 
illustrated." A. L. A. bkl. 

Brown, Caroline, pseud. See Krout, Caro- 
line V. 

Brown, Clara L., and Bailey, Carolyn Sher- 
win 

Jingle primer. 1906 Am. bk. *30c (1) 

"First book in reading based on Mother Goose 
rhymes and folk tales." A. L. A. bkl. 

Brown, Edna Adelaide 

Archer and the "Prophet." Lothrop *$1.20 
(7-8) 

"Wholesome, human, interesting story of pre- 
paratory school life, continuing the story of 'Ar- 
nold's little brother.* " A. L. A. bkl. 

Arnold's little brother. Lothrop *$1.20 
(6-8) 

"Lively story, introducing us to small boys in 
the Lower school, to big ones in the Upper school, 
and to masters who are human beings." Publisher 

Four Gordons. Lothrop *$1.20 (7-8) 

"Pleasing story of the winter's experiences at 
home and school of a young girl and her three 
brothers, whose parents are in Europe. Prob- 
lems of student government supply the main in- 
terest." A. L. A. sup. 
Uncle David's boys. Lothrop *$1.20 (7-8) 
"Story of the pleasant summer vacation spent 
by a party of boys and girls in northern Vermont, 
in a country house which boasted a mystery." 
N. Y. state lib. 



When Max came. Lothrop *$1.20 (7-8) 

"Story of a jolly summer in the Maine woods." 
Wis. bul. 

Brown, Ethel C. 

Three Gays. Penn *90c (4-6) 

"Three children spend a Christmas vacation on 
the old farm. They learn about the way their 
great-grandparents lived, and go sleighing, coast- 
ing and snow-shoeing." Pittsburgh 

Brown, Helen Dawes 

Her sixteenth year. Houghton *$1 (5-7) 

Sequel to "Little Miss Phoebe Gay" 

Little Miss Phoebe Gay. Houghton *$1 
(5-7) 

"A little New England girl. Once she called 
on Miss Alcott." Utica 

Continued by "Her sixteenth year" 

Two college girls. Houghton *$1.20 (7-8) 
"A fresh, breezy story of Vassar life." Wash- 
ington 

Brown, John 

Rab and his friends. Houghton *$1; 
(Riverside school lib.) *60c; Rand 25c; 
Heath 20c (7-8) 

"Beautiful and pathetic Scotch story of a noble 
dog and his friends, a rare woman and her hus- 
band." Wis. 

— Same 

In Mabie's Famous stories, p271-87 

Brown, John, of Ossawatomie 

Coffin, C: C. John Brown 

III Building the nation, p460-7 (6-7) 
Dangerfield, Capt. John Brown's raid 
/;;■ Hart and Stevens's Romance of the 
civil war, p70-4 (6-8) 
Guerber, H. A. John Brown's raid 
/;; Story of the great republic, pl56-9 
(5-7) 
Holland, R. S. John Brown at Harper's 
ierry 
In Historic adventures, p229-53 (5-8) 
Quiller-Couch, A. T: John Brown 

In Roll call of honour, p53-89 (8) 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
John Brown 
In Days and deeds: prose, p256-9 (5-7) 
Whittier, J: G. Brown of Ossawatomie; 
poem 
In Stevenson's Daj^s and deeds: verse, 
p234-5 (5-7) 

Brown, Kate Louise 

Alice and Tom. Heath *48c (4) 

"A story of happy child-life in the country, and 
what children can find out-of-doors." Hewins 

Plant babv and its friends. Silver *48c 
(3-5) 

"Simple stories and poems about plant life." 
Oregon 

Brown, Katharine Holland 

Philippa at Halcyon. Scribner *$1.35 (8) 
"Story of a capable, helpful, fine-spirited girl 
who works her way through college." Hewins 

Brown, Kenneth Kenneth- 
Two bovs in a svro-car. Houghton *$1.20 

(7-8) " ^ . . , 

"Of a motor race and a rescue from Siberia. ' 
Olcott 

Brown bull of Norrowa. Molesworth, M. 
L. S. 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v4, 
pi -40 

Brown fairy book. Lang, A., ed. 



CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



65 



Browne, E. Gordon 

Songs and stories for the little ones; mel- 
odies chosen and arranged by Eva 
Browne. 1914 Houghton *80c (2-4) 

"Simple stories, with a poem s-et to a more or 
less familiar air for each one. Either the whole 
story or some of its incidents, the author hopes 
will be seized upon by the children and used 
again in their play of make-believe." A. L. A. 
bkl. 

Browne, Edith A. 

Greece. (Peeps at many lands) 1909 
Macmillan *60c (6-8) 

"Describes the scenery, cities, buildings and 
people in an interesting but not very childlike 
style. Observations of the common people and 
the detailed chapters on industries are specially 
valuable." A. L. A. sup. 
Panama. (Peeps at many lands) 1913 

Macmillan *6Uc 
South America. (Peeps at many lands) 
1916 Macmillan *60c (6-8) 
Colored plates. Map 
Spain. (Peeps at many lands) 1910 
Macmillan *60c (6-7) 

"About the home life, manners and customs 
of the Spanish people, with descriptions of some 
of the interesting places. Full-page colored pic- 
tures of the Alhambra, the mosque at Cordova, 
and other scenes." Pittsburgh 
Tea. (Peeps at industries) 1912 ]Macmil- 
lan *60c (6-7) 

Browne, Frances 

Granny's wonderful chair and its tales 

of fairy times. Dutton school ed *45c; 

(Everyman's lib.) *40c; lib binding 

*50c (4-5) 
"A fairy book of unusual merit." Pittsburgh 
— Same; il. by Katharine Pyle. Dutton 

*$2.50 
— Same; with title Wonderful chair and 

the tales it told; ed. by M. V. O'Shea. 

(Home and school classics) Heath 

36c (4-5) 

Browne, Gordon Frederick 

(il.) Chamisso, A. v. Peter Schlemihl _ 
(il.) La Motte-Fouque, Baron de. Sin- 
tram and Undine 

Brownie books. Cox, P. 

Brownies 

Cox, P. Brownie books. 9v (1-3) 
Cox, P. Palmer Cox brownie primer 
Craik, D. ]\I. ^I. Adventures of a brownie 

(3-5) 
Ewing, J. H. G. Brownies (3-5) 
— Same 

In Lob Lie-by-the-lire, and other tales 

Browning, Elizabeth Barrett 

Bolton, S. K. Elizabeth Barrett Brown- 
ing 
In Lives of girls who became famous, 
pl94-212 (7-8) 
Frank, M. M. 

In (jreat authors in their youth, pl53- 
71 (7-8) 

Browning, Robert 

Boys' Browning; poems of action and in- 
cident. 1899 Page 50c (6-8) 

Herve Riel 
In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, v3, p209-15 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p82-7 



How they brought the good news from 
Ghent to Aix 
In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, v2, pi 28-31 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v5, 

p220-2 
Scudder's Children's book, p412-13 
Incident of the French camp 
In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, v2, pl35-6 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v5, 
p216-17 
Lost leader 

In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, v3, p2G7-8 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p233-4 
Pied piper of Hamelin; il. in color by 
Kate Greenawav. 1910 Warne *$1.50 
(3-5) 
— Same; il. by Hope Dunlap. new ed 
1910 Rand $1.25 (3-5) 

"Well printed with richly colored full-page 
pictures, black-and-white drawings, marginal dec- 
orations, and pictured end-papers and covers 
which catch the spirit of the poem." A. L. A. bkl. 

— Same 

In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v5, p2ip-29 
Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, vl, pl55-65 
Coates's Children's book of poetry, 

p467-73 
Lucas's Book of verses, p244-54 
Riverside readers, v5, pl43-55 
Scudder's Children's book, pl49-53 
Whittier's Child life, pl21-30 
Prospice 

In Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 
p375 (5-7) 

Biography 
Frank, M. M. 

In C^reat authors in their youth, pl25- 
51 (7-8) 
Steedman, A. Robert Browning 
In When they were children, p248-53 
(6-8) 

Browns, The. Smith, M. P. W. 

Bruce, Mrs. F. M. J. C. 

Kashmir. (Peeps at many lands) 1911 
Macmillan *60c (7-8) 

"History, legends and descriptions of Kashmir 
and its people, simple in style, but not written 
from th*" child's viewpoint. Eleven unusually 
good color illustrations, and map." A. L. A. bkl. 

Bruce, Henry Addington Bayley 

Daniel Boone and the wilderness road. 
1910 Macmillan *$1.50 (6-8) 
"The story of Daniel Boone has often been 
told, but never, we think, more picturesquely and 
dramatically." Outlook, 19 lo 

Bruce, James 

Jenks, T. James Bruce 

In Boy's book of explorations, p38-45 
(6-8) 

Bruce, Robert, king of Scotland. See Rob- 
ert Bruce, king of Scotland 

Bruin, the grand bear hunt. Reid, M. 
Brumbaugh, Martin Grove. See Walton, 
J. S., jt. auth. 



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Brunanburgh, Battle of 

Church, A. J: How King Athelstan 
fought at Brunanburgh 
In Stories from English history, p93-6 
(6-8) 

Brunhilde. See Wagner, R: 

Brutus, Junius 

Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Junius 
Brutus 
In Famous men of Rome, p51-7 (4-6) 
Plutarch. Brutus 
In Weston's Plutarch's Lives for boys 
and girls, p323-60 
Plutarch. Caesar's friend and enemy 
In Gould's Children's Plutarch; tales 
of the Romans, pl61-8 

Bryant, William Cullen 

Fringed gentian 

In AlacDonald and Blaisdell's Child life, 
v5, pi 66 
Strong's All the year round, vl, p44 
Thacher's Listening child, p235 
Planting of the apple tree 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v4, p91-4 
Our holidays, pl77-80 
Riverside readers, v5, pi 13-15 
Poetical works. Appleton Household ed 

*$1.50 (8)_ 
Robert of Lincoln 
In Hart and Chapman's How our 
grandfathers lived, p67-70 
Johonnot's Glimpses of the animate 

world, pl90-3 
Lovejoy's Nature in verse, p86-8 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v3, 

p25-7 
Riverside readers, v7, p244-6 
Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 

pll2-14 
Thacher's Listening child, p232-4 
Whittier's Child life, p73-6 
Seventy-six 
In Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 
p207-8 (5-7) 
Song of Marion's men 
In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, vl, pl85-7 
Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 
p284-6 
Song of the sower 

hi Evans and others. Farm life read- 
ers, bkS, pl03-8 (4-6) 
Thanatopsis. and other poems: ed. by 
J. H. Castleman. 1906 Macmillan *2Sc 

"Includes, among other things, 'Death of the 
flowers,' 'Planting of the apple-tree.' " Olcott 

To a water-fowl 

In Evans and others. Farm life read- 
ers, bk5. p317-18 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v5, 

p290-l 
Riverside readers, v7, p247-8 (6-8) 
(tr.) Iliad; il. by Flaxman. (Riverside 

popular ed.) Houghton 2v in 1 *$1.50 
(tr.) Odyssev. Houghton *$2.50; Stu- 
dent's ed *$1; 2v *$4 
Biography 
Cody, S. Bryant 
In Four American poets, p9-68 (5-7) 



Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
William Cullen Bryant 
In Days and deeds: prose, p259-65 
(5-7) 
William Cullen Bryant 

In Riverside readers, v7, p237-43 
Wright, H. C. William Cullen Bryant 
In Children's stories in American lit- 
erature, vl, p69-81 (7-8) 
Bryce, Catherine Turner 

Child-lore dramatic reader. 1908 Scribner 
*30c (2-3) 

"Twenty-seven folk-tales, fables and rhymes 
thrown into simple dialogue form for reading or 
playing in schools. Brief suggestions are given 
for acting each story. Attractively printed and 
bound." A. L. A. bkl. 

Fables from afar. (Aldine supplementary 
readers) 1910 Newson 40c (3) 

"Tales from the East, the West, the North and 
the South." Utica 

Buccaneers. See Pirates 

Buccaneers and pirates of our coasts. 

Stockton, F. R: 
Buckland, Frank 
Johonnot, J. Frank Buckland at home 
In Some curious flyers, creepers and 
swimmers, p62-8 (5-6) 
Buckle my shoe picture book. Crane, W., il. 
Buckley, Arabella Burton 

E3'es and no eyes. 6v 1900 Funk ea *25c 

VI, Wild life in woods and fields; v2, By pond 
and river; V3, Plant life in field and garden; V4, 
Birds of the air; vs, Trees and shrubs; v6, In- 
sect life 

Also published in one volume, *$i.25 

Buckley, Elsie Finnimore 

Children of the dawn: old tales of Greece. 
Stokes *$1.50 (5-7) 

Contents: Riddle of the sphinx; Eros and 
Psyche; Hero and Leander; Sacrifice of Alcestis; 
Hunting the Calydonian boar; Curse of Echo; 
Sculptor and the image; Divine musician; Flight 
of Arethusa; Winning of Atalanta; Paris and 
Qinone. 

"Admirable versions of these old tales for 
older children, well adapted for reading aloud." 
A. L. A. bkl. 

Buddha and Buddhism 

Baldwin, J. Lover of men 

hi Fifty famous people, pl62-5 (1-3) 
Buddha and his teachings 

1)1 World's storv, v2, p25-63 
Bulfinch, T: Buddha 

In Age of fable (7-8) 
Price. L. L. Prince Siddartha 

/;^ Wandering heroes, p68-88 (3-5) 

Buds 

Chase, A. Buds, stems and roots (2-3) 
Parsons, F. T. S. D. 
In Plants and their children, pl25-33 
(4-6) 
Strong, F. L., ed. 
In All the year round, v3, p7-8, 11-14 
(3-4) 
See also Botany; Flowers 
Buds, stems and roots. Chase, A. 

Buena Vista, Battle of, 1847 

Whittier, J: G. Angels of Buena Vista 
In World's story, vll, p5l9-23 

Buenos Aires 

Bingham, H. In Buenos Aires 
In World's story, vll, p444-9 



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67 



Buenos Aires — Continued 

Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: Metropo- 
lis of the southern hemisphere 
In South America, p77-87 (5-7) 
Pratt, C: H. Argentine capital 

In Lane's Strange lands near home, 
p97-106 (5-6) 

Buffalo, New York 

Southworth, G. V., and Kramer, S. E. 
In Great cities of the United States, 
p207-26 (6-8) 

Buffalo Bill. See Cody, W: F: 

Buffalo Bill and the overland trail. Sabin, 
E. L. 

Buffalos 

Calkins, F. W. Hemmed in with the chief 
In Western frontier stories, retold from 
St. Nicholas, pl43-55 (5-8) 
Johonnot, J. Bovine dwellers of other 
lands 
In Neighbors with claws and hoofs, 
pl71-5 (5-6) 
Miller, L. B. When it rained buffaloes 
In Western frontier stories, retold from 
St. Nicholas, p83-98 (5-8) 
Monteith, J: and C. Red man's big buf- 
falo cow 
In Some useful animals, p63-8 (2-3) 
Wood, C. D. 

In Animals, p31-6 (4-7) 
Wright, M. O. Monarchs in exile 
In Four-footed Americans, pll5-36 

Stories of birds and beasts, p63-82 
(5-6) 

Buffum, Katharine G. 

(il.) Mother Goose in silhouettes. Hough- 
ton *75c (1-3) 

Building. See Architecture; Boat houses; 
Bridges; Bungalows; Houses; Log cab- 
ins 

Building the nation. Coffin, C: C. 

Bulfinch, Thomas 

Age of chivalry; or, King Arthur and 
his knights, new rev ed McKay $1.25 
(7-8) . 

Contains King Arthur; Mabinogion; Legendary- 
poets and poetry 

"This is about as good a telling as the studious 
boy can find. But if he has a taste for pure lit- 
erary form, he will surely come to know Tenny- 
son's 'Idylls of the King' and prefer it to any 
prose version." Lowe 

Age of fable. Lothrop $1.25; McKay 
$1.25; Dutton (Everyman's lib.) *40c; 
lib binding *50c (7-8) 

Bulfinch's mythology, rev ed Crowell 

*$1.50 (7-8) , 

"Cheap edition in one volume of 'The age of 
fable,' 'The age of chivalry,' 'Legends of Charle- 
magne' which follow the original text, but to 
which some additions have been made. Index 
and dictionary has been practically remade. Pa- 
per, binding, and type are satisfactory." A. L. A. 
bkl. 

Golden age of myth and legend; being a 
revised and enlarged edition of the Age 
of fable; ed. by G: H. Godfrey. Stokes 
*$2.50 (7-8) 

"The chapters devoted to Greek and Roman 
mythology are reprinted here without much alter- 
ation. The section of the book devoted to North- 
ern mythology has been added to considerably." 
Preface 



Legends of Charlemagne. Lothrop $1.25; 
Dutton (Everyman's lib.) *40c: lib 
binding *50c (7-8) 

Bulgaria 

Winlow, C. V. Our little Bulgarian 
cousin. 1913 (4-6) 

Bull, Jacob B. 

Fridtjof Nansen. 1899 Heath *40c (5-7) 
"Norwegian boyhood and -arctic exploration." 
Oregon 

Bull, Ole Borneman 

Bolton, S. K. Ole Bull 

In Lives of poor boys who became 
famous, p284-302 (7-8) 

Bull fights 

Carpenter, F. G: In the cities of Spain 
In Europe, p438-40 (5-6) 

Bull Run, 1st battle, 1861 

Beauregard, G. T. First battle of Bull 
Run 
In Barstow's Civil war, p47-55 (4-8) 
Imboden, J: D. Incidents of the first 
Bull Run 
In Barstow's Civil war, p55-9 (4-8) 
Stedman, E. C. Battle of Bull Run 
In Hart and Stevens's Romance of the 
civil war, p287-91 (6-8) 
Stories 
Altsheler, J. A. Guns of Bull Run (6-8) 

Bullen, Frank Thomas 

Cruise of the Cachalot round the world 
after sperm whales. 1899 Appleton 
*$1.35; Grosset (Every boy's lib.) *50c 

(7-8) 

"I've never read anything that equals it in its 
deep-sea wonder and mystery; nor do I think 
that any book before has so completely covered 
the whole business of whale-fishing, and at the 
same time given such real and new sea pictures." 
Rudyard Kipling 

Frank Brown, sea apprentice. Dutton 
$1.50 (7-8) 

"Filled with adventures — a mutiny, a fire, a 
tornado, a deserted ship. The industry, mental 
alertness and physical endurance required by his 
training are well brought out." A. L. A. bkl. 

Bullivant, Cecil Henry 

Every boy's book of hobbies. 1912 Dodge 
*$1.50 (7-8) 

Pti, Workshop at home; pt2. Indoor hobbies; 
pt3. Collecting: coins, stamps, autographs, birds' 
eggs, etc.; pt4. Outdoor hobbies; pts, Keeping 
of pets 

Home fun. 1910 Dodge *$1.50 (5-8) 

Tells about conjuring, ventriloquism, charades, 
scientific experiments, marionettes, optical illu- 
sions, games, home circus, etc. Over soo pictures 
and diagrams 

(ed.) Home plays. 1912 Dodge *$1.50 
(4-6) 

Contents: Mushroom meadow; Milkmaids 
Fairies; Thickhead; Health, wealth, and happi 
ness; Paradise of children; Frozen palace; Won 
King Uggermugger; Courage; Pearl in Coral hall 
Cherry-blossom princess; Snowdrop and the seven 
dwarfs; Beauty and the beast; Little female 
academy; Snow queen; Peter Grief; Romance de 
la montagne; Little mermaid; Siege of Calais; 
Pied piper; Melusine; Pygmalion; Aunt Grundy; 
Perseus; "In bells and motley;" Wooden sHoe 

"Short plays, a few of which are based on 
folk tales and one (Siege of Calais) on Frois- 
sart. Suggestions for staging and costuming are 
given." Cleveland 

Bunch of keys. Johnson, M. 



68 



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Bungalows 

Foster, E. W. Outdoor carpentry 
In Carpentry and woodwork, p457-80 
(6-8) 

Bunker Hill, Battle of, 1775 

Dodge, N. S. Battle of Bunker Hill 
In Stories of American history, p93-109 

(3) 
Foote, A. E., and Skinner, A. W. 
In Makers and defenders of America, 
p34-7 (4-8) 
Johonnot, J. 

In Ten great events in historj^ p257-64 
(6-8) 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
Bunker Hill day 
In Days and deeds: prose, pl28-31 
(5-7) 

Poetry 
Holmes, O. W. Grandmother's story of 

Bunker Hill battle C7-8) 
— Same 

In Riverside readers, v7, pl90-202 
World's story, vl2, p477-86 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
Bunker Hill day 
In Days and deeds: verse, pl27-30 (5-7) 

Bunny Rabbit's diary. Blaisdell, ?^1. F. 
Bunny stories. Jewett, J: H. 

Bunyan, John 

Pilgrim's progress; il. by the brothers 
Rhead. Century *$1.50 (4-8) 

"Wonderful adventures of Christian, the pil- 
grim, on the King's highway. One of the great 
books of the world." Pittsburgh 

— Same; il. in colour by Byam Shaw. 

Scribner *$2.50 
— Same; il. in colour by Gertrude D. 

Hammond. Macmillan *$2 

"The Rhead book is very large with decorative 
border for every page and many elaborate illus- 
trations. The Shaw book has 30 illustrations in 
color; Shaw is a master of color compositions. 
The Hammond book has only eight illustrations. 
There can be no doubt which of the three Bunyan 
would approve; surely he did not intend to write 
a book about draperies and armor, scales ^nd 
fangs, wings and halos. The inwardness that 
was his theme shows hardly at all in the magni- 
ficent Rhead and Byam Shaw books. It does 
show in Gertrude Hammond's eight beautiful il- 
lustrations. She makes virtue winsome and vice 
loathsome. She really illustrates Bunyan." 
(Mrs. L. R. Alderman) Oregon 

— Same; with introd. and notes by W. V. 
iMoody. Houghton ( Riverside school 
lib.) hf lea *60c; (Riverside lit. ser.) 
*40c 
— Same [excerpt]: with title Vanit}' fair, 
and the experiences of Christian and 
Faithful thereat 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v5, 
p81-91 (6-7) 

Biography 
Bolton, S. K. John Bunyan 
In Famous leaders among men, pl23-48 
(7-8) 
IMitchell. D. G. How a tinker wrote a 
novel 
In About old story-tellers. p219-37 (6-8) 
Wright, H. C. John Bunyan 

In Children's stories in English litera- 
ture, v2, pl43-92 (7-8) 



Buoys 

Ingersoll, E. 

In Book of the ocean, p224-7 (6-8) 
Weatherby, J: Bell-buoy's story 

In Sea stories, retold from St. Nicholas, 
p27-44 (5-8) 

Burbank, Luther 

Evans, L. B., and others 

In Farm life readers, bk4, pl45-53 (4-6) 
Wade, Al. H. B. The flower-magician 

In Wonder-workers, pl-33 (6-8) 

Burdett-Coutts, Angela Georgina, baroness 

Bolton, S. K. Baroness Burdett-Coutts 
In Lives of girls who became famous, 
p320-30 (7-8) 

Burdocks 

Lane, M. A. L. and M., eds. Burdocks 
In All the year round, v4, p37-8 (3-4) 

Burgess, Gelett 

Goops and how to be them. 1900 Stokes 
$1.50 (1-3) 

"Cleanliness, generosity, honesty, tidiness, and 
many other virtues are taught in delightful 
rhymes." Wis. 

Lively city o' Ligg. Stokes $1 (4-5) 

"Fairy tales of locomotives, batteries, cameras, 
and other modern inventions." Hewins 
More goops and how not to be thein. 
1900 Stokes $1.50 (1-3) 

"Advice on manners and morals, in amusing 
verse that children cannot fail to remember." 
Hewins 

Burgess, Thornton Waldo 

Bedtime story-books. Little ea *50c (2-4) 
Adventures of Danny Meadow Mouse; Adven- 
tures of Grandfather Frog; Adventures of Jerry 
Muskrat; Adventures of johnny Chuck; Adven- 
tures of Mr. Mocker; Adventures of Peter Cot- 
tontail; Adventures of Reddy Fox; Adventures of 
Unc' Billy Possum; Adventures of Chatterer the 
red squirrel; Adventures of Sammy Jay; Ad\"en- 
tures of Buster Bear; Adventures of old Mr. 
Toad; Adventures of Prickly Porky; Adventures 
of Old Man Coyote 

Boy scouts on Lost trail. Penn *$1 (6-7) 

"A patrol of Boy scouts starts out on an expe- 
dition to relocate an old Indian trail. What 
happened from day to day is related in the story." 
Pittsburgh 

Mother West Wind "how" stories. Little 

*$1 (2-4) 
Mother West Wind "why" stories. Little 

*$1 (2-4) 
Mother West Wind's animal friends. 

Little *$1 (2-4) 

"Tells in an attractive manner something of 
the habits and the rules of conduct of various 
animals." A. L. A. bkl. 
Mother West Wind's children. Little *$1 
(2-4) 

"More stories about the animal people who live 
in the green meadows." Utica 

Mother West Wind's neighbors. Little 
*$1 (2-4) 

"Tells why ol' Mistah Buzzard has a bald head, 
why Sammy Jay cries 'thief,' why Peter Rabbit 
wears a white patch and why Mistah Mocker is 
the best loved of all the birds." Pittsburgh 

Old :\Iother West Wind. Little *$1; 
new ed. with colored il. by George 
Kerr *$1.60 (2-4) 

"Pleasing stories for very little children, telling, 
the adventures of the Merry Little Breezes re- 
leased daily from Old Mother W'est Wind's bag. 
They are of a quality to be recommended for 
bedtime reading." A. L. A. bkl. 

Tommv and the wishing-stone. Century 
*$1 '(2-4) 



CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



69 



Burghers of Calais [play]. See Macdonell, 
A. Historical plays for children, v7 

Burial march of Dundee. See Aytoun, 
W: E. 

Burial of Sir John Moore. See Wolfe, C: 

Burke, Edmund 

Trial of Warren Hastings 

//^ Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
pl54-8 (7-8) 

Burks, Frances Williston 

Barbara's Philippine journey. 1913 World 
bk. CO. 60c (3-4) 

"Supplementary reader form. Barbara tells the 
story herself. Best book for small children. Poor 
illustrations." A. L. A. bkl. 

Burma 

Carpenter, F. G: In British Burma; 
With the Burmese at home; Work- 
ing elephants in Burma; Industrial 
Burma 
In Asia, p211-31 

Kelly, R. T. Burma. 1908 (5-7) 

Burnett, Mrs. Frances (Hodgson) 

Editha's burglar. Page 50c (4-5) 

"Adventures of a little girl with a burglar." 
Pittsburgh 

Little Lord Fauntleroy; il. by R. B. Birch. 
Scribner *$2; *$1.20 (4-5) 

"How a little American born boy won the love 
of his crusty old English grandfather by believ- 
ing him to be kind." Utica 

Little princess; il. in color by E. F. Betts. 
Scribner *$2 (4-6) 
"The whole story of Sara Crewe, including the 
new matter put into the play called the_ 'Little 
princess' and much matter n-ewer still which was 
inserted when the play came to be transformed 
once more into a story." Bk. rev. digest 

Lost prince. Century *$1.35 (5-8) 
Appeared in St. Nicholas 

Racketty-Packetty house. Century 60c 

(4) 

"About some old-fashioned dolls in a discarded 
doll house." A. L. A. bkl. 

Sara Crewe, Little Saint Elizabeth and 
other stories; il. by R. B. Birch. Scrib- 
ner *$1.20; (Ser. for young people) *60c 
(4-5) 

"The happenings of Sara Crewe are quite un- 
real ; but the ideals of the story are those of 
Rentle breeding and courage. Other stories: 
Story of Prince Fairyfoot; Proud little grain of 
wheat; Behind the white brick." Washington 

Secret garden. Stokes *$1.35 (5-8) 

"Story of a lonely, unhappy little girl who 
finds a secret garden and through contact with 
growing things and under the guidance of a pea- 
sant boy who is a friend of all creatures of 
woods and fields, grows into a strong happy 
child." Herbert 

Biography 
Wright, H. C. Frances Hodgson Bur- 
nett 
In Children's stories in American lit- 
erature, v2, pl25-37 (7-8) 

Burnett, Peter Hardeman 

Mowry, W: A: and B. S. Peter H. Bur- 
nett 
In American pioneers, p205-l5 (5-7) 

Burney, Frances. See Arblay, ]\Ime. Fran- 
ces (Burney) d' 



Burnite, Caroline 

(■ed.) Greenwood, G. Stories from fa- 
mous ballads. 1906 (5-8) 

Burns, Elmer Ellsworth 

Story of great inventions. 1910 Harper 
*$1.25 (6-8) 

Brief notes on important inventions, P237-46 
"Tells :he story of the principal scientific dis- 
coveries and inventions from Archimedes to 
present, with fairly simple explanations. De- 
signed to appeal to the young through the bio- 
graphical side, which the author, a high school 
professor of physics, emphasizes. 119 diagrams 
and halftones." N. Y. state lib. 

Burns, Robert 

Banks o' Doon 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p202 (7-8) 
For a' that an' a' that 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p309-10 (7-8) 
Highland Mary 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p228-9 (7-8) 
Lament for James, Earl of Glencairn 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p316-17 (7-8) 
Of a' the airts the wind can blaw 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p203-4 (7-8) 
Scots wha hae wi' Wallace bled 
Iji Norton's Heart of oak books, v5, 
pl27 (6-7) 
Tappan's Old world hero stories, 

pt2, pl89 
World's story, vlO, p301-2 

Biography 
Carlyle, T: Burns 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
pi 79-201 (7-8) 
Wright, H. C. Essay and poetry of the 
eighteenth century 
In Children's stories in English litera- 
ture, v2, p206-9 (7-8) 

Burnt Njal. See Njals saga 

Burnt woodwork. See Pyrography 

Burr, Aaron 

Coffin, C: C. 

In Building the nation, pl33-9 (6-7) 
Holland, R. S. Conspiracy of Aaron 
Burr 

In Historic adventures, p59-79 (6-8) 

Burr, Esther. See Edwards, Esther 

Burrell, Mrs. Caroline Benedict. See Ben- 
ton, Caroline French, pseud. 

Burrill, Edgar 'White 

Master Skylark; or. Will Shakespeare's 
ward. 1916 Century *$1 

"Dramatization in 5 acts of John Bennett s 
story of the same name. Well suited to produc- 
tion by high schools or amateur clubs. A much 
simpler adaptation, of use in the elementary 
schools, has been made by Mrs. Anna Lutken- 
haus." A. L. A. bkl. 

Burritt, Elihu 

Baldwin, J. Whisperers 
In Fifty famous people, p81-5 (1-3) 



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Burroughs, John 

Bird stories from Burroughs. 1911 Hough- 
ton *80c; school ed *60c (S^S) 

"Selections given in their original form or 
with verbal alterations either made or approved 
by Mr. Burroughs. A roughly chronological or- 
der has been followed, according to the time of 
th« bird's arrival, its nesting time or the season 
when the species is most frequently seen. The 
illustrations are Fuertes', and show the goldfinch, 
flicker and downy woodpecker in color, and the 
bluebird, chewink, wood thrush, Baltimore oriole 
and whip-poor-will in black and white." A. L. A. 
bkl. 

Birds and bees, Sharp eyes, and other 
papers. (Riverside lit. ser.) Hough- 
ton *4€c (6-8) 

"Besides treating of birds and bees, this vol- 
ume includes short essays on the muskrat, squir- 
rel, woodchuck, fox and hound, the apple, etc." 
N. Y. city 
Squirrels and other fur-bearers. 1900 
Houghton *$1; school ed *60c (4-7) 

"Habits of chipmunk, woodchuck, hare, musk- 
rat, skunk, fox, weasel, mink, raccoon, porcu- 
pine, opossum, wild mice. 15 colored illustrations 
after Audubon." N. Y. state lib. 
Wake-robin. Houghton *$1.25; *$1 

Habits of birds 

Biography 

John Burroughs 

In Riverside readers, v7, p2l5-22 

Burroughs, William Dwight 

Wonderland of stamps. 1910 Stokes, 
$1.50 (5-8) 

"In semi-story form, gives information that 
the study of stamps opens up about history, ani- 
mals, birds, myths, customs, geography, etc. Not 
complete, but will be useful to the young col- 
lector. 25 plates containing 200 cuts rather poor- 
ly reproduced." N. Y. state lib. 

Burt, Mary Elizabeth 

(ed.) Custer, E. B. Boy general (7-8) 
(ed.) Poems that every child should 
know. 1909 Grosset *50c (4-6) 
"Excellent collection." Wis. 

Burt, Mary Elizabeth, and Cable, Lucy Lef- 
fingwell 

(eds.) Eugene Field book. 1898 Scribner 
*50c (4-5) 
Burt, Mary Elizabeth, and Ragozin, Zenaide 
Alexeievna 

(eds.) Herakles, the hero of Thebes, 
and other heroes of the myth. Scrib- 
ner *50c (4-5) 

Odvsseus. the hero of Ithaca. Scribner 
*50c (4-5) 

Burton, Alma Holman 

Four American patriots. Am. bk. *50c 
(4-5) 
Story of Patrick Henry; of Andrew Jackson; 
of Alexander Hamilton; and of Ulysses S. Grant. 
Published separately at *ioc each 

Lafayette, the friend of American liberty. 
Am. bk. *35c (4-5) 

"May be read for the pictures from French life 
and history as well as for the American revolu- 
tion." Oregon 
Storv of the Indians of New England. 
Sifver *60c (5-7) 

"Excellent pictui^e of the New England Indian 
at home, in the council and in the forest." Pitts- 
burgh 

Burton, Charles Pierce 

Bob's cave bovs. (Bob's Hill ser. v2) 
Holt $1.50 (6-7) 



Bob's Hill braves. (Bob's Hill ser. v3) 
Holt $1.50 (6-7) 

The boys spend a vacation in Illinois where 
they play at being Indians and learn some fron- 
tier history 

Boy scouts of Bob's Hill. (Bob's Hill 
ser. v4) Holt *$1.25; Grosset (Every 
boy's lib.) *50c (6-7) 

"The Bob's Hill 'band' reorganizes as the 
Raven patrol of the Boy scouts and the secretary 
relates their efforts at living up to the scout law 
and their adventures while on a camping expe- 
dition." Pittsburgh 

Boys of Bob's Hill. (Bob's Hill ser. vl) 
Holt $1.25 (6-7) 

"The boy bandits of Bob's Hill (Massachu- 
setts) are real boys." Outlook 

Camp Bob's Hill. (Bob's Hill ser. v5) 
Holt *$1.25 (6-7) 
Burton, Sir Richard Francis 
Jenks, T. 

In Bov's book of explorations, pl83-92 
(6-8) 
Bush, Bertha E. 

Prairie Rose. Little *$1.30 (6-7) 

"Rose is a pioneer girl who goes with her older 
brother Rob in a prairie schooner to Iowa, where 
they make a new home for themselves. She has 
all sorts of amusing experiences in pioneer house- 
keeping and proves her pluck and resourceful- 
ness in times of danger." Pittsburgh 

Bushmen 

Starr, F: 

In Strange peoples pl43-6 (5-6) 

Business 

Dunn, A. W: Relation between the com- 
munity and the citizen in business 
life; How the government aids the 
citizen by controlling business rela- 
tions 
In Communitv and the citizen, p88-106 
(6-8) 
See also Banks and banking 
Stories 
Stoddard. W: O. Crowded out o' Cro- 

field (6-7) 
Trowbridge, J: T. Tinkham brothers' 
tide-mill (6-7) 
See also Earning — Stories 
Buster Bear. Burgess, T. W. 

Butcher, Samuel Henry, and Lang, Andrew 

(trs.) Odyssey; done into English prose. 
Macmillan *80c (7-8) 

Butler, Edward Crompton 

Our little jNIexican cousin. (Little cou- 
sin ser.) 1905 Page 60c (5-6) 

"Manners and customs, a bit of the history 
and rapid development under President Diaz. 
N. Y. city 

Butler, Elizabeth S. (Thompson), lady 

Bolton, S. K. Elizabeth Thompson But- 
ler 
In Lives of girls who became famous, 
p266-77 (7-8) 

Butter 

Chamberlain, J. F. Butter making 
In How we are fed. p44-9 (4-5) 

Chase, A., and Clow, E. 
I}i Stories of industrv, v2, pl03-6 (5-7) 

Hopkins, W: J: _ 
In Sandman: his farm stories, p203-9 
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71 



Buttercups 

Howitt, M. Buttercups and daisies; 

verse 
In Whittier's Child life, p89-90 (5-7) 

Butterflies 

Ballard, J. P. Among the moths and but- 
terflies (5-6) 
Beard, D. C. 
In American boys' book of bugs, but- 
terflies and beetles, p54-189 (6-8) 
Bullivant, C. H: Collecting of butterflies 
and moths 
In Every boy's book of hobbies, p273-8 

Dickerson, M. C. Moths and butterflies. 

1905 (7-8) 
Gibson, W: H. 

In Sharp eyes, p30-3, 80-6, 132-4, 270-3 
(7-8) 
Holland, W: J. Butterfly book. 1898 

(7-8) 
Holland, W: J. Butterfly guide. 1915 

(6-8) 
Hook, S. L. Flower-faines 

In Little people, pl-16 (4-5) 
Johonnot, J. Wings of gossamer and gold 

In Some curious flyers, creepers and 
swimmers, p90-9 (5-6) 
Kelly, M. A. B. Birth of a young lord; 
The mourning cloak 

In Short stories of our shy neighbors, 
pl5-21. 51-6 (3-5) 
Miller, E. B. R. Butterfly and moth 

book. 1912 (5-8) 
Miller, O. T. Scale-winged 

In Little folks in feathers and fur, p227-9 
(3-5) 
Morley, M. W. 

In Insect folk, v2, p3-44 (3-4) 
Poulsson, E. Some common butterflies 

In In the child's world, p306-7 (1-2) 
Scudder, S: H. Frail children of the air. 

1897 (6-8) 
Strong, F. L., ed. 

In All the year round, vl, p60-3 (3-4) 
Tutt, J. W. Structure of a butterfly 

In Weed's Insect world p99-107 (5-6) 
Weed, C. IM. Mourning cloak butterfly; 
Clouded sulphur butterfly 

In Stories of insect life, vl, p22-7 (4-5) 
Westell, W. P. Rearing butterflies and 
moths 

In Boy's book of pets, p222-8 

Wright, J. M. 

In Seaside and w^ayside, v3, pi 19-36 
(4-5) 
See also Caterpillars; Moths 

Poetry 
Taylor, J. To a butterfly 

In Eddy's Friends and helpers, pl22-3 
(3-5) 
Wordsworth, W: To a butterfly 

In Evans and others. Farm life read- 
ers, bk5, p283 
Thacher's Listening child, pll8 (5-7) 

Stories 

Andersen, H. C. How butterflies came 
In Skinner's Emerald story book, 
pl83-4 (5-7) 



Catty, Mrs. A. The butterfly 
In Skinner's Emerald story book, 
pl85-95 (5-7) 
Harrison, E. Story of the small green 
caterpillar and the beautiful white 
butterfly [adapted] 
In In Story-land, p96-104 (3-4) 
Pierson, C. D. Butterfly that went call- 
ing 
In Among the meadow people, p7-13 
(3-4) 

Butterflies and bees. See Morley, M. W. 
Insect folk, v2 

Butterfly and moth book. Miller, E. B. R. 

Butterfly book. Holland, W: J. 

Butterfly guide. Holland, W: J. 

Butterflyflutterby and Flutterbybutterfly. 
Howells, W: D. 
In Christmas every day 

Butterworth, Hezekiah 

Story of Magellan and the discovery of 
the Philippines. 1899 Appleton *$1.35 
(5-6) 
Wampum belt. Appleton *$1.35 (5-7) 
"Tale of Penn's treaty with the Indians." Pitts- 
burgh 

Buttons 

Carpenter, F. G: 
In How the world is clothed, p309-16 
(4-5) 
Chamberlain, J. F. What the buttons 
told 
In How we are clothed, pl97-203 (4-5) 
Du Puy, W: A. Teaching fish to plant 
buttons 
In Uncle Sam, wonder worker, p52-8 
(7-8) 

Buz. Noel, M. 

By England's aid. Henty, G: A. 
By pike and dyke. Henty, G : A. 
By right of conquest. Henty, G: A. 

Byron, George Gordon Noel, lord 

Destruction of Sennacherib 

In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, v2, pl84-5 
Johonnot's Stories of the olden time, 

p73-4 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 

p92-3 
W' orld's story, v2, p484-5 
She walks in beauty 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p236 (7-8) 
Stanzas, written on the road between 
Florence and Pisa 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p223 (7-8) 

Biography 

W'right, H. C. Nineteenth century poetry 
In Children's stories in English litera- 
ture, v2, p406-13 (7-8) 

Byron, May 

Happy family; il. by Cecil Aldin. 6v 
Doran ea *40c (4-7) 



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Cab and caboose. Munroe, K. 
Cabeza de Vaca, Alvar Nunez 

Griffis, W: E. 

In Romance of discovery, pl52-3, 161-7 
(7-8) 
Higginson, T: Vv. Strange voyage of 
Cabeza de Vaca 
In Young folks' book of American 
explorers, p73-96 (6-8) 
Lummis, C: F. First American traveler 
In Barstow's Explorers and settlers, 
plOl-10 
Lummis's Spanish pioneers, pl02-16 
(7-8) 
Wright, H. C. Cabeca de Vaca 

In Children's stories in American his- 
tory, p95-102 (5-7) 
Cabinet work. See Carpentry; Furniture 
Cable, George Washington 

Cable story book; ed. by AI. E. Burt and 
L. L. Cable. Scribner *50c (5-6) 
Biography 
Bolton, S. K. George W. Cable 

In Famous American authors, p345-64 
(7-8) 
Cable, L. L. Story of the author s life 

In Cable story book, pl60-76 (5-6) 
Wright, H. C. George W. Cable 

In Children's stories in American lit- 
erature, v2, p236-50 (7-8) 
Cable, Lucy Leffingwell. See Burt, 'M. E., 

jt. ed. 
Cable hymn. Whittier, J: G. 

In World's story, vll, p251-2 
Cable story book. Cable, G: W. 
Cables. See Atlantic cable 
Cabot, Mrs. Ella (Lyman) 

Ethics for children. 1910 Houghton *$1.25 

(1-6) 
"Source book to aid teachers in giving sys- 
tematic ethical instruction. A central topic is 
chosen for each of the eight grades — helpfulness, 
home life, work, loyalty, etc.^and under each are 
grouped extracts from good authors on qualities 
contributing to it, one being assigned to each 
month through the school year." A. L. A. bkl. 

Cabot, Mrs. Ella (Lyman), and others 

Course in citizenship. 1914 Houghton 

*$1.25 (1-8) 

"Course of study for the first eight grades, 
which, starting with the home, treats the ever- 
widening circle of the child's social experience, 
emphasizing always a citizenship governed by good 
will and expressed in service. Contains sugges- 
tions for talks for each month of the school 
year, lists of books for the teacher, stories and 
poems to be read to the children. Well arranged 
and practical." A. L. A. bkl. 

Cabot, John 

Clay, O. From English shores 

In Treasure finders, p59-74 (5-7) 
Foote, A. E., and Skinner, A. W. John 
and Sebastian Cabot 
In Explorers and founders of America, 
p87-90 (7-8) 
Griffis, W: E. 

In Romance of discovery, pl03-ll (7-8) 
Movt^ry, W: A: and A. M. John Cabot 
In First steps in the history of our 
country, p30-5 (4-5) 



Shaw, E: R: John and Sebastian Cabot's 
voyages 
In Discoverers and explorers, p44-7 
(4) 
Synge, M. B. Cabot sails to Newfound- 
land 
In Book of discovery, p224-7 
Cabot, Sebastian 

Clay, O. From English shores 

In Treasure finders, p74-82 (5-7) 
Foote, A. E., and Skinner, A. W. John 
and Sebastian Cabot 
In Explorers and founders of America, 
p87-90 (7-8) 
Higginson, T: W. Cabot and Verrazzano 
In Young folks' book of American ex- 
plorers, p55-9 (6-8) 
Shaw, E: R. John and Sebastian Cabot's 
voyages 
hv Discoverers and explorers, p44-7 
(4) 
Synge, M. B. Cabot sails to Newfound- 
land 
In Book of discovery, p224-7 
Caches 

Beard. D. C. 

/;; Shelters, shacks, and shanties, p77- 
82 (6-8) 
Cactus 

Bicknell, P. C. Water cactus 
/;; Our country: West, p249-51 (4-6) 
Cadet days. King, C: 

Cadet of the Black Star line. Paine, R. D. 
Cadet Standish of the "St. Louis." Drys- 

dale, W: 
Cadmus 

Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Cad- 
mus and the flood 
In Famous men of Greece, p25-30 (5-7) 
Caedmon 

Baldwin, J. Cowherd who became a poet 
In Fifty famous people, pl56-61 (1-3) 
Marks, J. A. Caedmon the cowherd 
In Early English hero tales, p30-40 
Pollard. J. Story of Caedmon 

In Stories from old English romance, 
pl5-18 (6-8) 
Warren, H: P., ed. Cjedmon, the old 
English singer 
In Stories from English history, p22-5 
(5-7) 
Wright, H. C. Caedmon 
In Children's stories in English litera- 
ture, vl, p34-45 (7-8) 
Plays 
INlacdonell, A. Caedmon. (Historical 
plays for children, v7) (6-8) 

Caesar, Julius 

Abbott. J. History of Julius Caesar (6-8) 
Baldwin, J. Crossing the Rubicon 

/;; Thirty more famous stories retold, 
p212-15 (3-5) 
Clarke, M. Story of Caesar (6-7) 
Dalkeith, L. Of Julius Caesar 
In Stories from Roman history, p86- 
120 (4-5) 
Farmer, L. H. Julius Caesar 
In Boys' book of famous rulers, pllO- 
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73 



Caesar, Julius — Continued 

Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Julius 
Caesar 
In Famous men of Rome, pl81-202 
(4-6) 
Julius Caesar 

In World's story, v4, p367-89 
Liddell, H: G: Death of Caesar 
In Johonnot's Stories of the olden lime, 
pl54-61 {6-7) 
Plutarch. Cassar 

In Clough's Plutarch's Lives, p250-323 
Plutarch. Caesar and his fortune 

In Gould's Children's Plutarch; tales 
of the Romans, pll4-34 
Plutarch. Death of Caesar 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v5, 
p92-104 
White's Boys' and girls' Plutarch, 
p446-8 
Plutarch. Julius Caesar 

In Weston's Plutarch's Lives for boys 
and girls, p277-322 
Tappan, E. M. Julius Caesar, the first 
emperor of Rome 
In Old world hero stories, ptl, p99-105 

(6-8) 
Trollope. A. Julius Caesar's two visits to 
Britain 
In World's story, v9, p29-40 

Caffin, Charles Henry 

Guide to pictures for beginners and stu- 
dents. 1908 Doubleday *$1.25 (7-8) 

"Clear, simple explanation of the principles 
which underlie true art. Discuss-es composition, 
action, movement, brush-work and drawing. Not 
a book many children will read, but useful for 
reference." A. L. A. bkl. 

Caged Hon. Yonge, C. M. 

Cages 

Beard, D. C. How to make flying cages 
In Handicraft for outdoor boys, p62-9 
New ideas for out of doors, p62-9 
(6-8) 

Cairo, Egypt 

Badlam, A. B. Cairo, the greatest city in 
Africa 
In Views in Africa, p414-29 (6-7) 
Taylor, B. Cairo 

In Johonnot's Geographical reader, 
p247-5l (7-8) 

Caissons 

Bond, A. R. Building a quay with a 
diving bell 
In Pick, shovel and pluck, pl03-10 
(6-8) 
Bond, A. R. Harnessing Thunder river 
In On the battle front of engineering, 
p3-40 (7-8) 
Bond, A. R. Hundred feet below Broad- 
way; The "Bends"; Underground 
swim 
In With the men who do things, p34- 
62, 255-62 (6-8) 

Calais, Siege of, 1347 

Plays 

Barman, C. M. Siege of Calais 
In Bullivant's Home plays, p291-30O 
(4-6) 



Macdonell, A. Burghers of Calais (His- 
torical plays for children, v7) (6-8) 

Caldecott, Randolph 

Caldecott's collection of pictures and 
songs. Warne 2v ea *$2.50 (1-3) 

(il.) Cowper, W: Diverting history of 
John Gilpin 

Hey diddle diddle picture book. Warne 
*$1.25; 4 pts pa ea *25c (1-3) 
Contains same titles as vol. 3 of Picture book 

Panjandrum picture book. Warne *$1.25; 
4 pts pa ea *25c (1-3) 

Contains same titles as vol. 4 of Picture book 

Picture book. Warne 4v ea *$1.25; 16 pts 
pa ea *25c (1-3) 

Volumes i-s of Caldecott's Collection of pictures 
and songs 

Contents: vi. The diverting history of John 
Gilpin; The house that Jack built; The babes in 
the wood; An elegy on the death of a mad dog; 
V2, The three jovial huntsmen; Sing a song for 
sixpence; The queen of hearts; The farmer's boy; 
V3, The milk maid; Hey diddle diddle, and Baby 
Bunting; The fox jumps over the parson's gate; 
A frog he would a-wooing go; v4, Come lasses and 
lads; Ride a cock-horse to Banbury Cross, and A 
farmer went trotting upon his grey mare; Mrs. 
Mary Blaize; The great Panjandrum himself 

Picture books. Warne 4v miniature ed 
ea *50c; 14v art ed ea *50c (1-3) 

These contain 14 of the 16 titles in the 250 
edition 

Caldwell, Frank 

Wolf the storm leader. Dodd *$1.60 
(7-8) 

"The story, told in the first person, of an 
Alaskan wolf, who becomes leader of a mail- 
carrier's dog train. Based on fact, though sensi- 
bly softening some of the details of dog life in 
Alaska." A. L. A. bkl. 

Caldwell, Joseph Stuart. See Ritchie, 
J: W., jt. auth. 

Calendars 

Beard, L. and A. B. 
In What a girl can make and do, p80-2 

(5-7) 

Calhoun, John Caldwell 

Brooks, E. S. 
In Century book of famous Americans, 
p 140-4 (4-6) 
Brooks, E. S. Story of John Caldwell 
Calhoun, of South Carolina 
In Historic Americans, p291-304 (8) 
Coe, F. E. John C. Calhoun, the great 
nullifier 
In Makers of the nation, p291-5 (4-6) 
Morris, C: John C. Calhoun, the cham- 
pion of southern institutions 
In Heroes of progress in America, pl38- 
44 (7-8) 
Mowry, W: A: and A. M. Calhoun 
In First steps in the history of our 
country, p208-ll (4-5) 

Calico cat. Thompson, C: M. 

Calico printing 

Chase, A., and Clow, E. 

In Stories of industry, v2, p28-9 (5-7) 
Johonnot, J., ed. Blackburn farmer 
In Stories of other lands, pl76-83 (4-6) 



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California 

Coe, F. E. Spanish missions in the south- 
west 
In Makers of the nation, p278-82 (4-6) 
Drake, S: A. Gold in California and 
what it led to 
In Making of the great West, p269-88 
(6-8) 
Guerber, H. A. Early times in Califor- 
nia [and discovery of gold] 
In Story of the great republic, pl39-47 
(5-7) 
Hittell, J: S. Discovery of gold in Cali- 
fornia 
In Barstow's Westward movement, 
pl75-91 (4-8) 
Holland, R. S. Golden days of 'forty- 
nine 
In Historic adventures, pl81-202 (6-8) 
]\IcMurry, C: A. Discovery of gold and 
trip to California in '49 
In Pioneers of the Rocky mountains 
and the West, p94-113 (5-6) 
White. S. E: Gold (8) 
Wright, H. C. Discovery of gold 
In Children's stories of American prog- 
ress, p279-98 (5-6) 
See also San Francisco; Yosemite val- 
ley; also Sutter, J. A. 

Description and travel 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: Golden 
state 
In North America, pl50-66 (5-7) 
Koch, F. J: Little journey to our west- 
ern wonderland [California] (5-6) 
History 
Coffin, C: C. California 

In Building the nation, p353-62 (6-7) 
Hunt, R. D. California the golden. 1911 
Shinn, C: H. Pioneer Spanish families 
in California 
In Barstow's New nation, pl22-9 (4-8) 
Missions 
Doyle, J: T. Missions of Alta California 
In Barstow's New nation, pl06-21 (4-8) 
Stories 
Holder, C: F: Adventures of Torqua 

[Santa Catalina, 18th century] (6-7) 
Wiggin, K. D. S. Polly Oliver's problem 

(7-8) 
Wiggin, K. D. S. Summer m a canon 
(6-7) 
California the golden. Hunt, R. D. 
Call of the wild. London, J. 
Calvert, Cecil. See Baltimore, Cecil Cal- 
vert, baron 

Calves 

Comstock, A. B. The calf 
In Pet book, p42-4 (5-8) 
Poetry 
Gary, A. That calf 
hi Evans and others. Farm life read- 
ers. bk4, p53-5 (4-6) 
Calydonian boar 

Carpenter, E. J. Hunt in Calydon 
In Long ago in Greece, p269-83 (6-7) 
Cambridge book of poetry for children. 
Grahame, K., ed. 



Cambyses III, king of Persia 

Herodotus. Story of King Cambyses 
In Stories of the East from Herodotus, 
pl75-217 (7-8) 
Camels 

Chamberlain, J. F. The "ship of the 
desert" ' 

In How we travel, pl22-30 (4-5) 
Eddy, S. J., ed. Ship of the desert 

In Friends and helpers, p64-5 (3-5) 
Johonnot, J. Ship of the desert 

In Neighbors with claws and hoofs, 
p215-22 (5-6) 
Lang, A., ed. 

In Animal story book, p248-52 (5-6) 
Monteith, J: and C. Arab's camel cow 
In Some useful animals, p75-9 (2-3) 
Morris, C: Ship of the desert 
In Home life in all lands, v3, pl02-10 
(6-8) 
Peck, A. L Government camels 

In Our country: West, p252-6 (4-6) 
Strong, F. L., ed. 

In AH the year round, v2, p74-5 (3-4) 
Wood, C. D. 

In Animals, p42-6 (4-7) 
Cameron, Verney Lovett 
Jenks. T. Lieutenant Cameron 

In Boy's book of explorations, p233-46 
(6-8) 
Camillus 

Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Camillus 
In Famous men of Rome, p82-98 (4-6) 
Plutarch. Camillus 
In White's Boys' and girls' Plutarch, 
p 106-35 
Plutarch. Second founder of Rome 
In Gould's Children's Plutarch; tales of 
the Romans, p23-30 
Camp, Walter Chauncey 

Book of foot-ball. 1910 Century *$2 (6-8) 
Captain Danny. (Danny Fists sen v2) 
Appleton *$1.35 (6-8) 

"Baseball story." A. L. A. bkl. 

Danny Fists. (Danny Fists ser. vl) 
Appleton *$1.35; Grosset (Every boy's 
lib.) *50c (6-8) 

"Story of a red-headed lad with football brains 
and a hot temper, whose school life at Manor 
Hall consists mostly of football." A. L. _A. bkl. 

Danny, the freshman. (Danny Fists ser. 
v3) Appleton *$1.25 (6-8) 

"Well written story, which creates enthusiasm 
for the college boy with good ideals and for 
clean, wholesome sport." N. Y. state lib. 

Jack Hall at Yale. Appleton *$1.35 (7-8) 
Substitute. Appleton *$1.35 (7-8) 

"Story is secondary to the discussion of foot- 
ball tactics and strategy." A. L. A. bkl. 

Camp and trail in early American history. 

Dickson, M. S. 
Camp at Willow Clump island. See Bond, 

A. R. Scientific American boy 
Camp Bob's Hill. Burton, C: P. 
Camp Brave Pine. Comstock, H. T. 
Camp cookery. Kephart, H. 
Camp fire girls 

Book of the Camp fire girls. 5th ed 

1915 National headquarters, 461 4th 

av., N. Y. *25c (6-8) 
Comstock, H. T. Camp Brave Pine 

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7h 



Camp fire girls — Continued 
Evans, L. B., and others 

In Farm life readers, bk4, p325-30 (4-6) 
Gulick, C. E. V. Book of symbols for 

Camp fire girls, 1915 
Gulick, C. E. V. Shul u tarn na. 1915 
Poast, F. M. Indian names, facts, and 

games for Camp tire girls. 1916 
Rogers, E. Sebago-Wohelo camp fire 
girls (7-8) 
Camp-fire of Mad Anthonv. Tomlinson, 

E. T. 
Camp meeting 

Burke, E. A Georgia camp meeting 
In Hart and Chapman's How our 
grandfathers lived, p75-9 (6-8) 
Camp Venture. Eggleston, G: C. 
Campbell, Helen LeRoy 

American girl's home book of work and. 

play. Putnam *$175 (5-7) 
Story of little Jan, the Dutch boy. 1905 
Educational 25c (4-5) 

"Interesting little book on the Netherlands, and 
its people." N. Y. city 
Story of little Konrad, the Swiss boy. 1902 
Educational 25c (4-5) 

"Storied description of life in Switzerland. 
Bits of history and folk-lore." N. Y. city 

Story of little Metzu, the Japanese boy. 

1905 Educational 25c (4-5) 

"Pleasing descriptions of Japanese life and cus- 
toms." A. L. A. bkl. 
Wah-Sing, our little Chinese cousin. 1904 
Educational 25c (4-5) 
Campbell, Thomas 
Battle of the Baltic 

In World's story, vlO, pl65-7 
Lord Ullin's daughter 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v5, 
p2 18-20 
Scudder's Children's book, p424-5 
Ye mariners of England 
In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame,, vl, p202-4 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
pl66-7 (7-8) 
Camping 

Adams, J. H: Camps and camping 
In Harper's outdoor book for boys, 
p295-333 (5-8) 
Balch, E. Boys' paradise 
In Thompson's Boys' book of sports, 
p252-6 (6-7) 
Beard, D. C. Boy pioneers. Sons of 

Daniel Boone. 1909 (5-8) 
Beard, D. C. How to camp out in your 
back yard 
In Handicraft for outdoor boys, pl76-85 
New ideas for out of doors, pl76-85 
(6-8) 
Beard, D. C. How to camp out without 
a tent 
In Beard's American boy's handy book, 
p 148-60 
Thompson's Boy's book of sports, 
p233-40 (6-7) 
Beard, D. C. New ideas for out of doors. 

1906 (6-8) 

Beard, D. C. Points on camping out 
In Outdoor handy book, p377-90 (5-7) 

Beard, D. C. Shelters, shacks, and shan- 
ties. 1914 (6-8) 



Beard, L. and A. B. Camping out in 
your back yard 
In Things worth doing, pl94-205 (6-7) 
Beard, L. and A. B. On the trail. 1915 

(6-8) 
Bond, A. R. Camping ideas 
In Scientific American boy at school, 
p 198-206 (6-8) 
Bond, A. R. Scientific American boy. 

1905 (6-8) 
Bullivant, C. H: 
In Every boy's book of hobbies, p354-8 
(7-8) 
Cave, E: Boy scout's hike book. 1913 

(6-8) 
Cave, E: Boy's camp book. 1914 (6-8) 
Eraser, C. C. Hiking and camping 
In Every boy's book of handicraft, 
sports and amusements, p341-58 
(6-8) 
Gibson, H: W:, and others. Campcraft 
In Boy scouts of America. Official 
handbook, p 167-212 (6-8) . 
Grinnell, G: B., and Swan, E. L., eds. 
Harper's camping and scouting. 1911 
Hall, A. N. Camping equipment 
In Handicraft for handy boys, p337-50 
(6-8) 
Hall, A. N. Handy boy camp craft 

In Handy boy, p3 12-24 (6-8) 
Kephart, H. Camp cookery. 1911 (6-8) 
Miller, C. H. Camps and camping; Camp 
cooking 
In Outdoor sports and games, p50-92 
(6-8) 
Miller, W. H. Camping for boys 

hi Boys' book of hunting and fishing, 
pl85-291 
Rogers, E. Sebago-Wohelo camp fire 

girls (7-8) 
Seton, E. T. Book of woodcraft. 1912 

(6-8) 
Seton, E. T. Two little savages. 1903 

(5-7) 
Thompson, M., ed. Boys' camp 

In Boys' book of sports, p257-66 (6-7) 
Verrill, A. H. Boys' outdoor vacation 
book. 1915 (5-8) 

See also Camp meeting; Outdoor life; 
Tents 

Stories 

Barbour, R. H: Four in camp (6-7) 
Canfield, F. A. C. Kidnapped campers 

(5-7} 
DuBois, M. C. Lass of the silver sword 

(6-8) 
DuBois, M. C. League of the signet ring 

(6-8) 
Earl, J: P. School team in camp (6-8) 
Eggleston, G: C. Wreck of the Red Bird 

(6-7) 
French, A. Junior cup (6-7) 
Hamlin, M. S. Nan at Camp Chicopee 

(5-6) 
Mathewson, C. Catcher Craig (7-8) 
Rankin, C. W. Castaways of Pete's 

patch (6-7) 
Remick, G. M. Glenloch girls at Camp' 

West (6-8) 
Richards, L. E. H. Merryweathers (6-7) 
Richards, R, Two children in the woods 

(5-7) 



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Camping — Stories — Continued 

Tomlinson, E. T. Camping on the St. 

Lawrence {M^ 
Wiggin, K. D. S. Summer in a caiion 

Camping on the St. Lawrence. Tomhnson, 

E. T. 
Campmates. Munroe, K. 
Campus days. Paine, R. D. 

Canada 

See also Acadia; British Columbia; 
Newfoundland 

Description and travel 
Bealby, J: T. Canada. 1909 (6-7) 
Carpenter, F. G: British America 
In North America, p306-27 (5-6) 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: Western 
Canada; Great plains of the do- 
minion; Up the St. Lawrence; Cana- 
da's eastern shore 
In North America, p238-70 (5-7) 
Coe, F. E. Canada 

In Our American neighbors, pl3-148 
(4-6) 
George, M. M., ed. Little journey to 

•Alaska and Canada. 1901 (5-6) 
King, C: F. Dominion of Canada 
In Picturesque geographical readers, 
v2, p 140-252 (4) 
Plummer, M. W. Roy and Ray in 

Canada. 1908 (5-7) 
Winslow, L O. 

In Our American neighbors, pl-26 
(4-6) 

History 
/^ 3. n 3. ci 3. 

In World's story, vll, pl-279 
Higginson, T: W. French in Canada 
In Young folks' book of American ex- 
plorers, p99-117 (6-8) 
Home, B. Canada. 1911 
Marshall, H. E. Canada's story. 1912 

(6-8) 
— Same 

In Empire story, pl-121 
Parkman, F. Heights of Abraham 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v7, p90-101_ (7) 
Parkman, F. Rivals for America. 1915 

(6-8) 
Willson, B. Canada. 1908 (7-8) 
See also Quebec, Siege of 
Social life and customs 
MacDonald, E. A. B., and Dalrymple, J. 

Betty in Canada (5-7) 
MacDonald, E. R. Our little Canadian 
cousin (4-6) 

Stories 
Connor, R. Glengarry school days (7-8) 
Grant, R. Jack in the bush (6-7) 
Wallace, D. Wilderness castaways (7-8) 
Canada's story. Marshall, H. E. 
Canals 

Bond, A. R. Canal lock 
In Scientific American boy at school, 
pl56-66 (6-8) 
Mowry, W: A: and A. M. Canals 
In American inventions and inventors, 
p215-22 (5-8) 



Rocheleau, W: F. 
In Great American industries, v4, p83-6, 
125-31, 144-6 (5-7) 
Tappan, E. M. Transportation by rivers 
and canals 
In Travelers and traveling, p89-94 (5-6) 
Williams, A. Canals and waterways; 
Panama canal; irrigation canals; a 
tube canal 
In How it is done, p304-49 (7-8) 

See also Erie canal; Panama canal; 
]Manchester ship canal; Suez canal 
Canaries 

Bullivant, C. H: Canaries; how to keep 
and breed them 
/;; Every bov's book of hobbies, p401-7 
(7-8) 
Campbell, H. L. Canary-birds, their rear- 
ing and training 
In American girl's home book, p380-3 
(5-7) 
Comstock, A. B. The canary 
In Pet book, pl38-49 (5-8) 
Eddy, S. J., ed. How to care for a canary 
In Friends and helpers, pl55-7 (3-5) 
VerriU, A. H. 

In Pets for pleasure and profit, pl60-82 
(5-8) 
Westell, W. P. Canaries; Mule birds 
/;; Boys' book of pets, pl37-60 
Stories 
Dodge, M. M. Kitty's canary 
In Land of pluck, p253-60 (4-7) 

Canary islands 

Hale. E: E., ed. Humboldt's journey to 
the equinoctial regions 
/;; Stories of adventure, pl88-93 (6-8) 
Kellogg, E. M. C. Canary and Madeira 
islands 
In Australia and the islands of the sea, 
p255-61 (6-7) 

Canavan, Michael Joseph 

Ben Coniee. Macmillan *$1.50 (5-7) 

"Vivid picture of wholesome boy life in Lex- 
ington. Has historic value." Pittsburgh 

Candeze, Ernest 

Adventures of Grillo. Ginn *45c (3-5) 
Story of the cricket who would be king, and 
other insects, by a well-known entomologist 

Candles 

Beard, L. and A. B. Making of a bay- 
berry candle 
In Things worth doing, p326-37 (6-7) 
Mowry, W: A: and A. M. Candles 
In American inventions and inventors, 
p67-71 (5-8) 
Stone, G. L., and Fickett, M. G. Candle- 
making at the Coolidges' 
In Everv day life in the colonies, p61-8 
(3-4) 
Williams, A. Candles and soap 
In How it is made, p72-88 (7-8) 

Candlesticks 

Beard. L. and A. B. Homemade candle- 
sticks 
In Things worth doing, p385-97 (6-7) 

Candy 

Bache, E. D. and L. F. When mother 
lets us make candy. 1915 (4-8) 



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77 



Candy — Continued 

Beard, L. and A. B. Home-made candy 
In American girl's handy book, p458-62 
(5-7) 
Campbell, H. L. Home-made candy 
In American girl's home book, p407-13 
(5-7) 
Chase, A., and Clow, E. 

In Stories of industry, v2, pl40-8 (5-7) 
Glover, E. H. "Dame Curtsey's" book of 

candy making. 1913 (5-8) 
Rorer, S. T. H. Home candy making. 

1911 (5-8) 
Sweets 

In Three hundred and one things a 
bright girl can do, p305-23 
Canes 

Adams, J. H: Walking-sticks 

ln\ Harper's outdoor book for boys, 
p367-75 (5-8) 
Canfield, Dorothea. See Fisher, Dorothea 

Frances (Canfield) 
Canfield, Mrs. Flavia A. (Camp) 

Kidnapped campers. Harper $1.25 (5-7) 
"A land version of Kipling's 'Captains coura- 
geous.' " Wis. free lib. com. 

"Wholesome outdoor life of two boys, under 
charge of a young man who is an ideal guar- 
dian." A. L. A. bkl. 

Canfield, Henry Spofford 

Boys of the Rincon ranch. Century $1 
(5-7) 

"Two New York boys learn a great deal about 
natural history and life in the Southwest besides 
having a capital time generally." N. Y. city 

Cano, Alonso 

Clement, C. E. 
In Stories of art and artists, p263-5 
(7-8) 
Canoeing in the wilderness. Thoreau, H: D: 
Canoemates. Munroe, K. 
Canoes and canoeing 
Beard, D. C. Canoes; Canoes and boating 
stunts; The birch-bark 
In Boat-building and boating, p25-68 
(6-8) 
Beard, D. C. Single shells and umbrella 
canoes 
In Outdoor handy book, p213-21 (5-7) 
Beard, L. and A. B. 

In On the trail, p207-16 (6-8) 
Bond, A. R. Canvas canoes 
In Scientific American boy, pl09-23 
(6-8) 
Bond, A. R. Canvas-covered wooden 
canoe 
In Scientific American boy at school, 
p258-66 (6-8) 
Davis, C: G., ed. 
In Harper's boating book for boys, 
p305-22 (6-8) 
Eastman, C: A. How to make and han- 
dle Indian canoes 
In Indian scout talks, p48-54 (6-8) 
Fraser, C. C. Canoeing 
In Every boy's book of handicraft, 
sports and amusements, p533-8 
(6-8) 
Grinnell, G: B., and Swan, E. L., eds. 
How to use a canoe 
In Harper's camping and scouting, 
p234-43 (6-8) 



Hall, A. N. How to build a canvas canoe 
In Boy craftsman, p201-17 (6-8) 

Kalm, P: How to build a bark canoe 
In Hart and Hill's Camps and firesides 
of the revolution, p85-8 (6-8) 

Miller, C. H. How to swim and to canoe 
In Outdoor sports and games, p239-43 

Mowry, W: A: and A. M. 
In American inventions and inventors, 
pl96-9 (5-8) 
See also Boats and boating 
Stories 
Alden, W: L. Cruise of the canoe club 

(5-7) 
Grinnell, G: B. Jack, the young canoe- 
man (6-7) 
Munroe, K. Canoemates (5-7) 
Smith, M. P. W. Their canoe trip (5-6) 
Canova, Antonio 

Baldwin, J. Antonio Canova 

In Fifty famous stories retold, pl56-62 
(2-4) 
Eggleston, G: C. Scullion who became a. 
sculptor 
In Strange stories from history, pl93-9 
(4-5) 
Canterbury chimes; or, Chaucer tales re- 
told. Storr, F., and Turner, H. 
Canterbury classics 

Bates, K. L. Story of Chaucer's Canter- 
bury pilgrims; retold for children 
Carroll, L: Alice's adventures in Won- 
derland 
Dickens, C: Cricket on the hearth 

Canterbury pilgrims. See Bates, K. L. 
Story of Chaucer's Canterbury pilgrims. 

Canton, William 

Child's book of saints. 1906 Dutton 
(Coniston classics) *$1.50; (Every- 
man's lib.) *40c; lib binding *50c (5-8) 
Published in 1898 under the title "W. V's 
golden legend" 

"Poetic in language and style. Good to read 
aloud." Olcott 
Child's book of warriors; il. by Herbert 
Cole. 1912 Dutton $2 (6-8) 

Contents: Rock of Narsinga; Bait the Attacot; 
How they saved Nisibis; Herve and Christina; 
Sword and cross; Soul of Justinian; Guardians 
of Rome; Two Charlemagnes; God's gleeman; In 
the days of Athelney; Children of kings; Olaf the 
viking; Olaf in England; At strife with the 
gods; Last sea-fight; Jorsala pilgrims; "I saw 
three ships a-sailing" 

"Compiled from standpoint of interest in re- 
ligious history and legend, the great number of 
the tales being mediaeval Christian legends and 
historical stories from the Norse sagas concerned 
with the advent of Christianity. The material 
is unhackneyed and the style is good." Pittsburgh. 

(ed.) Reign of King Herla. (True annals 
of fairvland) Dutton *$1.50; (Every- 
mans' lib.) *40c: lib binding *50c (3-5) 

Story of Saint Elizabeth of Hungary;- il. 
by E. F. Brickdale. 1913 Page *$1.50' 
(6-8) 

"Story, as told in mediaeval chronicles, of the- 
little princess who was taken from her royal home 
when only four years old and grew to girlhood in 
the grey hill castle of the Wartburg." Pittsburgh- 
Canute, king of England 

Church, A. J; Story of King Canute 
In Stories from English history, p96- 
106 (6-8) 



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Canute, king of England — Continued 

Haaren, J : H :, and Poland, A. B. Canute 
the Great 
In Famous men of the middle ages, 
pi 49-54 (4-6) 
Price, L. L. Godwin and Knut 
In Wandering heroes, pl71-90 (3-5) 
Poetry 
Barton, B. King Canute 
In Johonnot's Stories of the olden time, 
p40-2 (6-7) 

Cape Breton island 

Kellogg, E. M. C. 

In Australia and the islands of the sea, 
pl65-8 (6-7) 

Cape Colony 
Badlam, A. B. 

In Views in Africa, pl65-79 (6-7) 
Carpenter, F. G: Cape Colony 
In Africa, p3 16-22 (6-7) 

Captain Chap. Stockton, F. R: 
Captain Chub. Barbour, R. H: 
Captain Danny. Camp, W. C. 
Captain Horace. Clarke, R. S. 
Captain January. Richards, L. E. H. 
Captain of the crew. Barbour, R. H: 
Captain of the eleven. Knipe, A. A. 
Captain of the school team. Earl, J: P. 
Captain Phil. Thomas, M. M. 
Captain Sam. Eggleston, G: C. 
Captains courageous. Kipling, R. 
Captains of industry. Parton, J. 
Captured Santa Claus. Page, T: N. 
Caractacus 

Church, A. J: King Caractacus 
In Stories from English history, p28-33 
(6-8) 

Hoffman, A. S. Caradoc 

In Heroes and heroines of English his- 
tory, pi 1-14 (6-8) 

Caradoc. See Caractacus 

Caravan tales. Hauff, W: 

Cardboard construction. See Paper work 

Cardinals (birds) 

Nuttall. T: 

In Weed's Bird life stories, vl, p38-42 
(5-8) 
Cards 

Card games 
In Games book for boys and girls, 
pl71-86 (4-6) 
Fortune telling by cards 

In Three hundred and one things a 
bright girl can do, pl83-7 
Lucas, E: V. and E. G. Table and card 
games 
In Three hundred games and pastimes, 
p64-72 (5-7) 

Careers of danger and daring. Moffett, C. 

Careless Jane. Pyle, K. 

Carleton, Will 

Bolton, S. K. Will Carleton 
In Famous American authors, p326-44 
(7-8) 



Carlyle, Thomas 

Boswell's Life of Johnson 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p97-119 (7-8) 
Burns 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
pl79-201 (7-8) 
Shakspeare 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p317-21 (7-8) 
Sir Walter Scott 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p204-31 (7-8) 

Biography 
Steedman, A. Thomas Carlyle and Jane 
Welsh 
In When they were children, p96-109 
(6-8) 

Carnegie, Andrew 

Faris, J: T. Andrew Carnegie 

In Winning their way, pl42-9 (7-8) 
Foote, A. E., and Skinner, A. W. Andrew 
Carnegie — the philanthropist 
In Makers and defenders of America, 
p330-5 (4-8) 
Morris, C: Andrew Carnegie, and the 
new gospel of wealth 
1)1 Heroes of progress in America, p325- 
34 (7-8) 

Carnegie hero fund 

Baldwin, J. The hero fund commission 
In American book of golden deeds, 
p289-304 (4-6) 

Caroline. Abbott, J. 

Caroline islands 

Kellogg, E. M. C. Island groups of 
Oceanica 
In Australia and the islands of the sea, 
p383-8 (6-7) 

Carove, Friedrich Wilhelm 

Story without an end. Heath *25c (2-4) 

"There is a very delightful old story which 
used to be given to children, though I have not 
seen it for a long time in the hands of any chil- 
dren. It was called 'The story without an end.' " 
Walter Besant 

Carpenter, Edmund Janes 

Long ago in Greece; a book of golden 
hours with the old story-tellers. 1906 
Little *$1.30 (6-7) 

"Twenty-four stories delightfully and simply 
retold for young people, but closely adhering to 
the originals, and noting the version taken as a 
basis in each case. Includes Homer's 'Battle of 
the frogs and mice,' and others not so frequently 
found in children's books." A. L. A. bkl. 

A school edition is published by Little at *6oc, 
under the title "Hellenic tales" 

Carpenter, Frank George 

Africa. (Carpenter's geog. readers) 1905 

Am. bk. *60c (5-8) 
Asia. (Carpenter's geog. readers) 1911 

Am. bk. *60c (5-8) 
Australia, our colonies, and other islands 

of the sea. (Carpenter's geog. readers) 

1904 Am. bk. *60c (5-8) 

"Personally conducts children through chief 
islands of the world giving excellent idea of peo- 
ple and resources." N. Y. state lib. 

Europe. (Carpenter's geog. readers) 
1902 Am. bk. *70c (5-8) 



CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



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Carpenter, Frank George— Continued 

Foods; or, How the world is fed. (Car- 
penter's industrial readers) 1907 Am. 
bk. *60c (5-8) 

Also issued under the title "How the world is 
fed" in Readers on commerce and industry 

How the world is clothed. (Readers on 
commerce and industry) 1908 Am. bk. 
*60c (5-8) 

"A large amount of information, clearly and 
compactly given, as to the culture and manufac- 
ture of cotton, wool and silk, source and prepara- 
tion of leather, furs, feathers, rubber and straw 
goods, etc." A. L. A. bkl. 

How the world is housed. (Readers on 
commerce and industry) 1911 Am. bk. 
*60c (5-7) 

"Description of homes in many ages and coun- 
tries, with information as to building material, 
'lighting, water supply, furniture, etc. Numer- 
ous good illustrations." A. L. A. bkl. 
North America. (Carpenter's geog. read- 
ers) 1898 Am. bk. *60c (5-8) 
South America. (Carpenter's geog. read- 
ers) 1899 Am. bk. *60c (5-8) 

Carpenter, Frank Oliver 

Foods and their uses. (Carpenter's indus- 
trial reader) 1907 Scribner *60c (5-8) 

"This book covers about the same ground as 
'Foods; or, How the world is fed,' but considers 
the various foods more from the view of food 
values, and does not give quite so much atten- 
tion to method of production." A. L. A. bkl. 

Carpenter, Mrs. Kate E. (Rushmore) 

Story of Frederick the Great for boys 
and girls. 1908 Lothrop $1 (6-8) 

"Account of his unhappy boyhood as crown 
prince of Prussia and of his military successes 
during the Seven years' war." Pittsburgh 

Carpentry 

Adams, J; D. When mother lets us car- 
penter. 1916 
Adams, J. H: Carpentry 

In Harper's indoor book for boys, p3-37 
(5-8) 
Beard. D. C. Jack of all trades. 1900 

(5-7) 
Beard, L. and A. B. What a girl can 
make with a hammer and saw 
In What a girl can make and do, p3-25 
(5-7) 
Bond, A. R. 
In Scientific American boy at school, 
p56-63 (6-8) 
Bullivant, C. H: Workshop at home 
In Every boy's book of hobbies, pll- 
145 (7-8) 
Chase, A., and Clow, E. House building 
In Stories of industry, vl, pl58-61 (5-7) 
Foster, E. W. Carpentry and woodwork. 

1911 (6-8) 
Foster, E. W. Elementary woodwork- 
ing. 1903 (7-8) 
Fraser, C. C. 
In Every boy's book of handicraft, 
sports and amusements, pll-121 

(6-8) 
Goldsmith, M. Practical things with sim- 
ple tools. 1916 (6-8) 
Hall, A. N. Boy craftsman. 1905 (6-8) 
Hall, A. N. Handicraft for handy boys. 

1911 (6-8) 
Kelland, C. B., ed. 
In American boys' workshop, pl89-249 
(6-8) 



Kelley, L. E. Joinery for girls 

In Three hundred things a bright girl 
can do, pl46-61 (7-8) 
Kilbon, G: B. Carpentry for boys. 1893 

(6-8) 
Paret, A. P., ed. Simple carpentry 

/;;. Harper's handy-book for girls, p73-87 
(7-8) 
Verrill, A. H. Amateur carpenter. 1915 

(7-8) 

Wheeler, C: G. A B C of woodworking 
(7-8) 

Wheeler, C: G. Woodworking for be- 
ginners. 1900 (7-8) 

See also Houses; Lathes; Log cabins; 
Tools; Wood carving 

Carpentry and woodwork. Foster, E. W. 

Carpets 

Carpenter, F. G: Floor coverings 
In How the world is housed, p339-43 
(5-7) 
Chase, A., and Clow, E. 
In Stories of industry, v2, p45-8 (5-7) 
See also Rugs 

Carrick, Valery 

INIore Russian picture tales; tr. by X. 
Forbes. 1914 Longmans *$1 

"Simple folk tales for little children, accom- 
panied by particularly satisfying illustrations in 
black and white." St. Louis 

Picture tales. 1913 Longmans *$1 
Still more Russian picture tales; tr. by 
N. Forbes. 1915 Longmans *$1 
"Animal folk-tales simply told for little chil- 
dren. The expressive and homely drawings with 
their quaint humor are of equal if not of greater 
importance than the text." A. L. A. bkl. 

Carroll, Lewis, pseud. 

Alice's adventures in Wonderland; il. by 
John Tenniel. Macmillan *$1; (Boy's 
and girl's) *75c; (Standard school lib.) 
*50c (4-6) 

"First told in 1862 to the little Liddell girls. 
Written out for Alice Liddell, published, and the 
first copy given to her in 1865. The illustrations 
are those which appeared in the original issue. 
Many artists have tried their hand in making 
pictures for 'Alice,' but none have succeeded in 
displacing those of John Tenniel." Arnold 

— Same. Stokes $1.50; 50c 

"Has all the Tenniel illustrations and in addi- 
tion 12 full page original illustrations colored by 
M. L. Kirk." Wis. free lib. com. 

— Same; ed. by Florence Milner; il. by 
F. Y. Cory. (Canterbury classics) 
Rand 30c 
— Same; il. by Peter Newell. Harper *$3; 
Popular ed 60c 

"This is a very different interpretation of Alice 
from that given in the famous Tenniel illustra- 
tions." Wis. free lib. com. 

— Same; il. in colour by Arthur Rackham. 
Doubleday *$2 (4-6) 

"Illustrations delightful in themselves and in- 
teresting in contrast to those of Tenniel." Wis. 
free lib. com. 

— Same, and Through the looking-glass; 

il. by John Tenniel. Macmillan *$1.25; 

*50c (4-6) 
Story of Sylvie and Bruno. Macmillan 

*$1.50 (6) 



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Carroll, Lewis, pseud. — Continued 

Through the looking-glass; il. by John 
Tenniel. Macmillan *$1; (Boy's and 
girl's) *75c; (Standard school lib.) *50c 
(4-6) 

"Sequ«l to 'Alice's adventures in Wonderland.' 
Illustrations are the same as those in the original 
edition." Arnold 

— Same; il. by Peter Newell. Harper *$3; 

Popular ed 60c 
— Same [dramatized] 

In Lutkenhaus' Plays for school chil- 
dren, p51-81 (5-8) 
Walrus and the carpenter 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v3, 
p32-6 (3-4) 
You are old, Father William 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v5, 
p209-10 (6-7) 

Biography 
Moses, B. Lewis Carroll in Wonderland 
and at home. 1910 (7-8) 

Carroll, Stella Webster. See Tolman, Mrs. 
Stella Webster (Carroll) 

Carrots. Molesworth, M. L. S. 

Carruth, Hayden 

Track's end. Harper $1 (7-8) 

"Matter-of-fact account of the thrilling adven- 
tures of a boy of eighteen who remained all 
winter in a deserted town, in what is now South 
Dakota. Indians, coyotes and outlaws figure in 
the tale. The time is th« late '70's, the local 
color extremely good, and some of the incidents 
are matters of history." A. L. A. bkl. 

Carry], Charles Edward 

Admiral's caravan. Houghton *$1.40 
(4-5) 

"Wooden images and Noah's ark animals come 
to life in Wonderland." Pittsburgh 

Davy and the goblin. Houghton *$1.40 
(3-5) 

Carson, Christopher 

Abbott, J: S. C. Bears, Indians, and Kit 
Carson 
In Children's hour, v8. p3-13 (2-8) 
Abbott, J: S. C. Christopher Carson, 

known as Kit Carson (6-8) 
Harvey, C: M. Kit Carson, last of the 
trail-makers 
In Barstow's Westward movement, 
pl63-72 (4-8) 
Johnston, C: H. L. Kit Carson: the 
Nestor of the Rocky mountains 
In Famous scouts, pl81-210' (6-8) 
Perry, F. M. Story of Kit Carson 
In Perry and Beebe's Four American 
pioneers, pl96-255 (4-5) 

Stories 
Sabin, E. L. With Carson and Fremont 

(8) 

Carter, Elsie Hobart 

Christmas candles; plays for boys and 
girls. 1915 Holt *$1.S0 (5-8) 

Contents: Christ-candle; Toinette and the elves; 
Tom's plan; Their Christmas party; Christmas 
brownie; Puritan Christmas; Christmas monks; 
Spell of Christmas; The Babushka; Canvas 
Christmas; Minty-Malviny's Santa Claus; The 
hundred 

"Written for the classes and clubs of a small 
Sunday school. Four are dramatized from sto- 
ries by other people. The plays are fairy tales 
or depict Christmas in various times and coun- 
tries." N. Y. state lib. 



Carter, Marion Hamilton 

(ed.) About animals; retold from St» 
Nicholas. 1904 Century *65c (5-6) 

(ed.) Bear stories; retold from St. Nich- 
olas. 1904 Century *65c (5-6) 

(ed.) Cat stories; retold from St. Nicho- 
las. 1904 Centiiry *65c (4-6) 

(ed.) Lion and tiger stories; retold from 
St. Nicholas. 1904 Century *65c (5-6) 

(ed.) Panther stories; retold from St. 
Nicholas. 1904 Century *65c (5-6) 

(ed.) Stories of brave dogs; retold from 
St. Nicholas. 1904 Century *65c (5-6) 

Carter, Nick, pseud. See Coryell, John Rus- 
sell 

Carter, Thomas T. 

Shakespeare's stories of the English 
kings; retold, with il. by G. D. Ham- 
mond. 1910 Crowell *$1.50 (6-8) 

Contents: King Cymbeline; King John; King 
Richard the Second; King Henry the Fourth 
(before Shrewsbury) ; King Henry the Fourth 
(after Shrewsbury); King Henry the Fifth; King 
Henry the Sixth; King Richard the Third; King 
Henry the Eighth 

Carthage 

Abbott, J. History of Hannibal the Car- 
thaginian (6-8) 

Oilman, A., ed. Triumph of an idea 
In :Magna charta stories, pl06-22 (6-8) 
Stories 

Henty, G: A. Young Carthaginian [2d 
Punic war] (6-8) 

Carthaginian wars. See Punic wars 

Cartier, Jacques 
Baldwin, J. 
/;; Discovery of the old Northwest, 
pi 1-21 (6-8) 
Clay, O. Opening of the gateway of 
Canada 
In Treasure finders, pl80-204 (5-7) 
Foote, A. E., and Skinner, A. W. Jacques 
Cartier — French exploration in Can- 
ada 
In Explorers and founders of America, 
pl87-94 (7-8) 
Griffis, W: E. 

In Romance of discovery, pl38-42 (7-8) 
Higginson, T: W. French in Canada 
In Young folks' book of American ex- 
plorers, p99-117 (6-8) 
Wright, H. C. Jacques Cartier 

In Children's stories in American his- 
tory, p210-27 (5-7) 

Cartwright, Edmund 

Towle. G: M. Inventors of cotton-ma- 
chinery 
In Heroes and inartyrs of invention, 
p89-93 (6-7) 

Cartwright, Peter 

Mowry, W: A: and B. S. Peter Cart- 
wright 
In American pioneers, p326-36 (5-7) 

Cartwright, Thomas 

(ed.) Brave Beowulf. (Every child's 
lib.) Dutton 50c (3-6) 

"Pictures showing interior of an old Scandi- 
navian hall, the 'foam-necked' ship, armor, shields 
and weapons, such as were used by Beowulf." 
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CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



81 



Cartwright, Thomas— Continued 

One for Wod and one for Lok; or, As- 
gard, Midgard and Utgard. (Every 
child's lib.) Button 50c (3-6) 

"For younger children than the Browne or Ma- 
bie editions. Colored illustrations." Wis. free 
lib. com. 

Light cover and small size make the book more 
suitable for homes than for libraries 

Seven champions of Christendom. (Every 
child's lib.) Button 50c (4-6) 
Carved lions. INIolesworth, M. L. S. 
In Carrots, etc., 195p (5-6) 

Cary, Alice 

Biography 

Arnold, S. L., and Gilbert, C: B., eds. 
Poet sisters 
In Stepping stones to literature, v3, 
p81-3 (3) 
Harris, A. B. Alice and Phcebe Cary 
In American authors for young folks, 
pl23-38 (7-8) 
Cary, Alice, and Cary, Phoebe 

Ballads for little folks. Houghton *$1.40 
(3-4) 
"Poems that tell stories." Utica 

Cary, Phoebe 

Leak in the dike; poem 

In Cabot and others. Course in citizen- 
ship, p22-6 (1-8) 
Suppose 

In Cabot and others. Course in citi- 
zenship, p77-9 
Morrison's Songs and rhymes for the 
little ones, pl33-4 (2-4) 
Biography 
Arnold, S. L., and Gilbert, C: B., eds. 
Poet sisters 
In Stepping stones to literature, v3, 
p81-3 (3) 
Harris, A. B. Alice and Phoebe Cary 
In American authors for young folks, 
pl23-38 (7-8) 
See also Cary, Alice, jt. auth. 
Casablanca, Louis 

Baldwin. J. Casabianca 
In Fiftv famous stories retold, pl53-6 
(2-4) 
Henians, F. B. Casabianca; poem 
■ In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, vl, pl81-2 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v3, 
plOO-11 (3-5) 
Cast away in the cold. Hayes, I: L 
Castaways of Pete's patch. Rankin, C. W. 
Casting away of Mrs. Leeks and Mrs. 

Aleshine. Stockton, F. R: 
Castle Blair. Shaw, F. L. 
Castle of Bim. Stockton, F. R: 

In Floating prince, pl73-99 (4-6) 
Castle of Zion. Hodges, G: 
Castles. See Windsor castle 
Castor and Pollux 

Guerber, H. A. The twin gods 
In Story of the Romans, p78-81 (6-8) 
Castro, Ines de 
Lang, A. 

In Red true story book, p99-104 (5-7) 
Cat of Bubastes. Henty, G: A. 



Cat stories. Carter, M. H., ed. 

Cat stories. Jackson, H. H. 

Cat-tails and other tales. Howliston, M. H. 

Catacombs 

Johonnot, J., ed. Catacombs of Rome 
In Geographical reader, p302-5 (7-8) 

Catbirds 

Miller, O. T. 

In Second book of birds, p37-40 (5-7) 
Nuttall, T: 

In Weed's Bird life stories, vl, p22-5 
(5-8) 

Catcher Craig. Mathewson, C. 

Caterpillars 

Gibson, W: H. 

In Eye spy, p72-82, 154-62, 238-45 (6-8) 
Harris, T. W. Caterpillars and their 
habits 
In Weed's Insect world, p92-8 (5-6) 
Kelly, M. A. B. Tent builders 
In Short stories of our shy neighbors, 
p30-5 (3-5) 
Morley, M. W. 

In Insect folk, v2, p26-86 (3-4) 
Poulsson, E. Such a beauty 

In In the child's world, p317-20 (1-2) 
Strong, F. L., ed. 

In All the year round, vl, p57-9 (3-4) 
Weed, C. M. 
In Stories of insect life, vl, pi -27, 37-40; 
v2, p38-45 (4-5) 
See also Butterflies; Moths 

Stories 

Gatty, M. Lesson of faith 
In Poulsson's In the child's world, p307- 
12 (1-2) 
Harrison, E. Story of the small green 
caterpillar and the beautiful white 
butterfly [adapted] 
In In story-land, p96-104 (3-4) 
Pierson, C. ID. Selfish tent-caterpillar 
In Among the meadow people, p22-30 
(3-4) 
Pyle, K. Story of a caterpillar 

In Stories of humble friends, p7-12 
(3-4) 

Cathedrals 

King, C: F. 
In Picturesque geographical readers, v6, 
p91-103 (6-7) 

Cather, Katherine Dunlap 

Boyhood stories of famous inen. 1916 
Century *$1.25 (6-8) 

Contents: Titian; Mozart; Rosa Bonheur; Tin- 
toretto; Murillo; Stradivarius; Mendelssohn; Gi- 
otto; Andrea del Sarto; Chopin; Guido Reni; 
Thorwaldsen; Correggio; Claude Lorrain 

"Brief and sympathetic stories of the youth and 
work of musicians and artists, which will really 
interest boys and girls in biography and art. Most 
have appeared in 'St. Nicholas.' " Wis. bul. 

Catherine, Saint 

Chenoweth, C. V. Saint Catherine 
In Stories of the saints, pl41-52 (5-6) 

Catherine I, empress of Russia 

Eggleston, G: C. Story of Catherine 
In Strange stories from history, pl63- 
74 (4-5) 



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Catherine II, empress of Russia 

Bolton, S. K. Catharine II of Russia 
/;; Famous leaders among women, p55- 
91 (7-8) 
Farmer, L. H. Catherine 11 
In Girls' book of famous queens, p302- 
20 (7-8) 
Gribovski, A. M. A day with Catherine 
the Great 
hi World's story, v6, pi 11-16 
Holland, R. S. Catherine the Great 

In Historic girlhoods, pl24-35 (6-8) 
Morris, C: 

/;; Historical tales: Russian, pl84-201, 
220-5 (7-8) 

Catherine de' Medici, queen of France 

Farmer, L. H. Catherine de' Medici 
In Girl's book of famous queens, p232- 
62 (7-8) 

Holland, R. S. Catherine de' Medici 
In Historic girlhoods, p50-62 (6-8) 

Pitman, L. W. 
In Stories of old France, pl35-79 (6-7) 

Catherine of Aragon, queen of England 

Farmer, L. H. Catherine of Aragon 
In Girls' book of famous queens, pl37- 
55 (7-8) 

Catherine of Siena, Saint 

Holland, R. S. St. Catherine 
In Historic girlhoods, p9-25 (6-8) 

Steedman, A. S. Catherine of Siena 

In When they were children, pl9-26 
(6-8) 

Catherwood, Mrs. Mary (Hartwell) 

Heroes of the middle West: the French. 
Ginn *50c (5-6) 

Marquette, Joliet, La Salle and others 

Rocky Fork. Lothrop $1.25 (5-7) 

"Life of a little country girl in Indiana, and 
her small trials and difficulties when she first 
lives in a town." Hewins 
Story of Tonty. McClurg *$1 (7-8) 

"Friend of La Salk — French exploration of 
America." Dayton 

Catlin, George 

B'oy's Catlin; my life among the Indians; 
with biographical sketch. 1909 Scribner 
*$1.50 (6-8) 

"The most interesting portions of Catlin's 'Let- 
ters and notes on the manners, customs and con- 
dition of the North American Indians' condeiised 
and rearranged for bovs' reading. Illustrations 
from author's original drawings." A. L. A. sup. 
Starr, F: George Catlin and his work 
In American Indians, pl47-54 (4-6) 

Cato, the Elder 

Baldwin, J. Delenda est Carthago 

In Thirty more famous stories retold, 
p20O-4 (3-5) 
Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Cato 
the Censor 
In Famous men of Rome, pl35-40 
(4-6) 
Plutarch. Cato the Stern 
In Gould's Children's Plutarch; tales of 
the Romans, p62-8 
Plutarch. Character of Marcus Cato 
In White's Boys' and girls' Plutarch, 
p411-l5 
Cats 

Comstock, A. B. The cat 
In Pet book. p21-30 (5-8) 



DeForest, J. W. Pet of the household 
In Johonnot's Glimpses of the animate 
world, p271-5 (6-7) 
Eddy, S. J., ed. Famous cats; How to 
take care of cats; The cat family; 
Things to remember 
In Friends and helpers, p31-4, 37-41, 
43-50 (3-5) 
Hamerton, P. G. Chapters on animals 

(6-8) 
Johnson, C. Cats and kittens 

In When mother lets us keep pets, 
p29-34 (4-7) 
Miller, O. T. Old friends 
In Little folks in feathers and fur, p38- 
42 (3-5) 
Alonteith, J: and C. Our cat and other 
cats 
/;/ Some useful animals, pl67-73 (2-3) 
Morris, C: The cat, our fireside inmate 
In Home life in all lands, v3, p42-52 
(6-8) 
Stowe, H. E. B. Dogs and cats 

In Queer little people, pl41-51 (4-5) 
Westell, W. P. 

In Boys' book of pets, p40-52 
Wood, C. D. Special study of the cat 
In Animals, p48-56 (4-7) 
Pictures 
Francis, J. G. Book of cheerful cats, 

and other animated animals (1-3) 
My pussy-cat book 
Pretty pussies (1) 

Poetry 

Coates, H: T., comp. 
/;; Children's book of poetry, p209-25 
(3-5) 
Cowper, W: Retired cat 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v4, 
p44-8 (5-6) 
Dodge, M. M. Pussy's class 

In Rhymes and jingles, pl44-5 (2-3) 
Dodge, M. M. Seven little pussy-cats; 
Eleven little pussy-cats 
In When life is young, p 196-7, 199 
(3-4) 
Effie, Aunt. Pussy-cat 

In Lucas's Book of verses, p86-7 (3-8) 
Hood, T:, jr. Puss and her three kittens 
In Morrison's Songs and rhymes for 
the little ones, pl7-18 (2-4) 
Johonnot, J. Death of poor Puss 

liv Friends in feathers and fur, p87 
(3-4) 
Larcom. L. Cat questions 
In Eddy's Friends and helpers, p42 
(3-5) 
Poulsson, E. Kitten rhyme 

In In the child's world, pl45-6 (1-2) 
Poulsson, E. Mrs. Pussy 
In Lovejoy's Nature in verse, pl73-4 
(4-7) 
Prentiss, E. Little kitty 
In INIorrison's Songs and rhymes for 
the little ones, p41-2 (2-4) 
Taylor, A. and J. Last dying speech and 
confession of poor Puss 
In Lucas's Book of verses. p87-90 
(3-8) 
Weatherley, F. E. Cats' tea-party 

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Cats — Poetry — Continued 

Wordsworth, W: Kitten and falling 
leaves 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v4, p241-6 
Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, vl, pl21-2 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v5, 

p283-4 
Thacher's Listening child, pll5-16 

Stories 
Alcott, L. M. Seven black cats 

In Jimmy's cruise in the Pinafore, p52- 
66 (4-5) 
Carter, M. H., ed. Cat stories. 1904 

(4-6) 
Craik, G. M. Bow-wow and Mew-mew 

(2-3) 
Craik, G. M. So-fat and Mew-mew (1-2) 
Diaz, A. M. Cats' Arabian nights (4) 
Dodge, M. M. Brighton cats 

In Land of pluck, pi 77-84 (4-7) 
Eddy, S. J., ed. Stories of cats 

In Friends and helpers, p51-6 (3-5) 
Gillin, yi. V. ^ly Jet — a true cat story 
In Poulsson's In the child's world, 
p 144-5 (1-2) 
Holbrook, F. Why the cat always falls 
upon her feet 
In Book of nature myths, pl9-23 (2-3) 
Jackson, H. H. Cat stories (2-4) 
Jackson, H. H. Mammy Tittleback and 

her family (3-4) 
Jarvis, J. Spotty's family 

In Poulsson's In the child's world, 
pl46-7 (1-2) 
La BedoUiere, E. G. de. Story of a cat 

(4-5) 
Lang, A., ed. Princess 

In Red book of animal stories, pl35-7 
(6-7) 
Lindsay, M. Mrs. Tabby Gray 

/n Mother stories, p9-15 (2-3) 
Pierson, C. D. Kitten who lost herself 
In Among the farmyard people, pi 16-35 
(3-4) 
Potter, B. Tale of Tom Kitten (1-2) 
Pyle, K. Limpety; What became of the 
kittens 
In Stories of humble friends, pl38-56, 
178-82 (3-4) 
Richards, L. E. H. Person who did not 
like cats 
In Five minute stories, p216-18 (1-3) 
Seton, E. T. Slum cat 

In Animal heroes, pi 1-70 (5-8) 
Tappan, E. M. Dixie kitten (3-4) 
Thaxter, C. Bergetta's misfortunes 
In Stories and poems for children, p48- 
54 (4-5) 
White, E. O. Brothers in fur (4-6) 
Wiggin, K. D. S. Mrs. Chinchilla 
In Wiggin and Smith's Story hour, 
pl39-45 (2-4) 

Cat's Arabian nights. Diaz, A. M. 

Catskill aqueduct 

Bond, A. R. Quenching a city's thirst; 
Caging dynamite; A life saving fall 
In With the men who do things, pl23- 
58 (6-8) 



Bond, A. R. Washing water with air 
In Pick, shovel and pluck, pl93-204 
(6-8) 

Catskin 

In Macleod's Book of ballad stories, 
p328-39 
Cattle 

Allen, N. B. Cattle and beef industry 
In Industrial studies: United States, 
p209-32 (5-8) 
Carpenter, F. G: On a western cattle 
ranch 
In Foods, p73-83 (5-6) 
Coe, F. E. Word about cattle 

In Makers of the nation, p361-6 (4-6) 
Evans, L. B., and others. Dairy and beef 
cattle 
In Farm life readers, bk5, pl53-62 (4-6) 
Harger, C. M. Great cattle-trails 

In Our country: West, p228-32 (4-6) 
Horn, P. W. Language of cattle-brands 

In Our country: West, p233-5 (4-6) 
Johonnot, J. Our farm-yard milk-givers; 
Rodeo of the llanos 
In Neighbors with claws and hoofs, 
pl64-71, 178-84 (5-6) 
Morris, C: Cattle of the field 

In Home life in all lands, v3, pl34-49 
(6-8) 
Wood, C. D. 

In, Animals, p22-5 (4-7) 

See also Cows; Dairying; Alilk 
Stories 
Pierson, C. D. The oxen talk with the 
calves 
/;;. Among the farmyard people, p232-45 
(3-4) 

Cattle-ranch to college. Doubleday, R. 

Caucasian race 

Starr, F: Peoples of Europe 
In Strange peoples, p33-43 (5-6) 

Cavalier, Jean 

Eggleston, G: C. Boy commander of the 
Camisards 
In Strange stories from history, p38-54 
(4-5) 

Cave, Edward 

Boy scout's hike book. 1913 Doubleday 
*60c (6-8) 

"Firs.t of a series intended to supplement the 
'Official handbook of the Boy scouts.' Gives de- 
tailed directions on how to walk, the kit, 'grub,' 
tent and tent making, and miscellaneous infor- 
mation on various kinds of 'hikes.' Illustrated 
with sketches in detail." A. L. A. bkl. 

Boy's camp book. 1914 Doubleday *60c 
(6-8) 

"Supplements the 'Boy scout's hike book.' An 
eight-day camping trip of a Boy scout troop is 
used as the means for presenting information 
on the choice of grounds, tents, personal equip- 
ment, camping kit, cooking, etc. Full of sound 
directions and wholesome advice as to conduct." 
A. L. A. bkl. 

Cave boy of the age of stone. Mclnt3^re, 
M. A. 

Cave dwellers 

Dopp, K. E. Early cave-men. 1904 

(2-3) 
Dopp. K. E. Later cave-men. 1906 

(2-3) 



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Cave dwellers — Continued 

Holbrook, F. Nature's story; Old stone 
age; New stone age 
In Cave, mound, and lake dwellers, 
pl-16 (4-5) 
Mclntvre, M. A. Cave boy of the age of 

stone. 1907 (3-4) 
Ragozin, Z. A. 

In History of the world, vl, pl-9 (7-8) 
Schwatka, F: In the land of cave and 

cliff dwellers. 1899 (7-8) 
Uberroth, P. H. Cave-dwellers of Ari- 
zona 
In Our country; West, pl67-72 (4-6). 

Cave houses 
Beard, D. C. 

In Boy pioneers, pl05-10 (5-8) 
Bond, A. R. Subterranean club 
In Scientific American boy, pl71-82 
(6-8) 
Cave, mound, and lake dwellers. Hol- 
brook, F. 

Cave twins. Perkins, L. F. 

Caves 

Dexter, M. Lura}^ cavern 

In Our country: East, pl44-8 (4-6) 
Lummis, C: F. Montezuma's castle 
In Some strange corners of our coun- 
try, pl34-41 (6-8) 
Miller, H. Boy geologist and the Doo- 
cot cave 
In Children's hour, v8, p308-16 (2-8) 
Seward, W. H. Visit to the cave of Ele- 
phanta 
In Johonnot's Geographical reader, 
p299-302 (7-8) 
See also Cave dwellers 
Caxton, William 

Church, A. J: William Caxton, printer 
In Stories from English history, p308- 
13 (6-8) 
Green, J. R. William Caxton 
Ini Johonnot's Stories of other lands, 
pl60-3 (4-6) 
Warren, H: P., ed. Story of William 
Caxton 
In Stories from English historj^ pl56-6S 
(5-7) 
Wright, H. C. Caxton 

In Children's stories in English litera- 
ture, vl, p245-62 (7-8) 
Cedar trees 
Abbott, J. Cedars of Lebanon 

In Johonnot's Geographical reader, 
pl68-72 (7-8) 
Bass, F. Cedar trees 
In. Stories of plant life, pl39-41 (2-3) 

Celebes island 

Kellogg, E. M. C. 
Ift Australia and the islands of the sea, 
p375-8 (6-7) 
Cellini, Benvenuto 
Clement, C. E. 
In Stories of art and artists, pl35-42 
(7-8) 
Lang, A., ed. An artist's adventure 
In True story book, pl22-31 (6-7) 
Blue true storj^ book [adapted for 
younger readers], p8-19 



Cells 

Morley, M. W. Plant cells 
In Flowers and their friends, pl08-67 
(4-5) 

Celtic fairy tales. Jacobs, J., ed. 

Celtic tales. Chisholm, L. 

Census 

Du Puy, W: A. Producing census facts 
In Uncle Sam's modern miracles, pl88- 
201 (8) 
Merriam, W._ R. Twelfth census (1900) 
In Barstow's Progress of a united peo- 
ple, pl54-9 (4-8) 
Walker, F. A. Growth of the United 
States 
In Barstow's Progress of a united peo- 
ple. pl46-53 (4-8) 

Central America 

Central America 
In World's story, vll, p45l-75 

Description and travel 
Carpenter, F. G: Central America 
In North America, p345-52 (5-6) 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: Central 
American republics 
In North America, p209-14 (5-7) 
Coe, F. E. Central America 
In Our American neighbors, pl97-215 
(4-6) 
Curtis, W. E. A growing mountain 
In Lane's Strange lands near home, 
p36-43 (5-6) 
George, M. M., ed. Little journey to 

Mexico and Central America (5-6) 
Win slow, I: O. 

In Our American neighbors, p61-5 
(4-6) 

History 
Alorris, C: Historical tales; Spanish- 
American. 1908 (7-8) 

Century book for young Americans. 
Brooks, E. S. 

Century book of famous Americans. 
Brooks, E. S. 

Century book of the American colonies. 
Brooks, E. S. 

Century book of the American revolution. 
Brooks, E. S. 

Century readings in United States history. 
See Barstow, C: L., ed. 

"A progressive series of readers in United 
States history, comprising well chosen selections 
from the Century and St. Nicholas. \Vell ar- 
ranged and authoritative, with adequate illustra- 
tions, but unattractively bound. Will appeal to 
children of twelve and over." A. L. A. bkl. 

Ceres 

Burt, M. E., and Ragozin, Z. A., eds. 
Ceres 
In Herakles and other heroes, pl03-18 
(4-5) 
Cooke, F. J. Ceres 

In Nature myths, p48-53 (2-4) 
Cox, G: W: Ceres 

In Tales of ancient Greece, p26-30 (8) 
Strong, F. L. Ceres 
In All the year round, vl, p47-52 (3-4) 



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Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de 

Don Quixote, retold by Judge Parry; il. 
by Walter Crane. Lane *$1.50 (6-8) 
"Strange and amusing adventures of the Spanish 
knight-errant, who fights windmills." Pratt 

— Same; ed, by Mary E. Burt and Lucy 
L. Cable. Scribner ^'50c 

— Same; ed. by Clifton Johnson. (Stand- 
ard school lib.) Macmillan *50c 

"This edition is abridged from one of the best 
translations and has the Cruikshank illustrations." 
Oregon 

■ — Same [excerpts]; with titles Don Quix- 
ote and the lion; Don Quixote, 
knight-errant 
hv MacDonald and Blaisdell's Child 
life, v5, p96-110 (5-6) 

Biography 
Lang, A., ed. Escapes of Cervantes 

In True story book, pl61-7 (6-7) 
Sleeper, M. G. Story of Cervantes 

In Johonnot's Grandfather's stories, 
p 100-2 (3-4) 

Ceylon 

Carpenter, F. G: Ceylon 

In Australia, etc., p264-71 (6-7) 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: 

In Asia, p91-9 (5-7) 
Clark, A. Ceylon. 1910 (6-7) 
Gibson, C. C. Ceylon, the garden of 
Eden; Kandy 

In In eastern wonderlands, .p77-89 (6-7) 
Smith, M. C. Pearl of the Eastern seas 

In Life in Asia, pl05-14 (6-7) 
Chadwick, Mrs. Mara Louise (Pratt), See 

Pratt, Mara Louise 

Chairs 

White, M. How to cane chairs 
In How to make baskets, pl59-65 (5-8) 

White. M. How to rush-seat chairs 
In More baskets, p79-83 (5-8) 
See also Furniture; Sedan chairs 

Chaldea 

Kingdoms of Chaldaea and Assyria 
In World's story, v2, p461-71 

Chalk 

Kingsley, C: 

In Madame How and Lady Why, pl37- 
80 (5) 

Chalk talks. See Drawing 

Chambered nautilus. Holmes, O. W. 
In Riverside readers, v7, p213-14 

Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 
p371-2 (5-7) 

Chamberlain, Arthur Henry. See Cham- 
berlain, J. F., jt. auth. 

Chamberlain, James Franklin 

How we are clothed: a geographical 
reader. (Home and world ser.) 1904 
Macmillan *40c (4-5) 

"Treats of the production of many of the things 

which are necessary for our proper clothing." 

Wis. 

How we are fed: a geographical reader. 

(Home and world ser.) 1903 Macmillan 

*40c (4-5) 

"Treats of the production and preparation for 
market of many of our principal foods." Wis. 



How we are sheltered: a geographical 
reader. (Home and world ser.) 1906 
Macmillan *4€c (4-5) 

"Describes dwellings and customs of Eskimos, 
cliff dwellers, Indians, Japanese, Chinese, Fili- 
pinos, African dwarfs, etc." N. Y. state lib. 

How we travel. (Home and world ser.) 
1908 Macmillan *40c (4-5) 

"Simple well-illustrated accounts of methods of 
travel in use all over the world, from the 'ship 
in the desert' to the flying machine." A. L. A. 
bkl. 

Chamberlain, James Franklin, and Cham- 
berlain, Arthur Henry 

Africa. (Continents and their people) 

1914 Macmillan *55c (5-7) 
Asia. (Continents and their people) 1913 

Macmillan *55c (5-7) 

"Short interesting chapters on the various coun- 
tries of Asia. A bit simpler than Carpenter's 
'Asia.' " A. L. A. bkl. 
Europe. (Continents and their people) 
1912 Macmillan *55c (5-7) 

"A survey of European countries, emphasizing 
specially their economic and industrial distinc- 
tions. Very well illustrated and containing four 
color maps." A. L. A. bkl. 
North America. (Continents and their 
people) 1911 Macmillan *55c (5-7) 

"Comprehensive, interesting and up-to-date pres- 
entation of facts. Well illustrated. Good maps. 
Aims to supplement textbooks on geography, em- 
phasizing the economic and industrial side." A. 
L. A. bkl. 

South America. (Continents and their 
people) 1913 Macmillan *55c (5-7) 

"Emphasizes the human and industrial phases 
of the various countries. Well illustrated." A. L. 
A. bkl. 

Chambers, William 

Eggleston, G: C. Boyhood of William 
Chambers 
In Strange stories from history, p200-5 
(4-5) 
Chameleons 

Comstock, A. B. African chameleon; 
American chameleon 
In Pet book, p274-7 (5-8) 
Johonnot, J., ed. Chameleons: their hab- 
its and color changes 
In Glimpses of the animate world, pl57- 
61 (6-7) 
Miller, O. T. A long tongue 
In Little folks in feathers and fur, 
p54-6 (3-5) 
Richards, L. E. H. Fantastic fly-catcher 
In Four feet, two feet and no feet, 
p232-4 (2-4) 
Chamisso, Adelbert von 

Peter Schlemihl: the shadowless man. 
Ginn *30c (5-8) 
"How Peter Schlemihl sold his shadow to the 
grey man and his consequent misfortunes. _ A 
German classic for older boys and girls, imagina- 
tive and somewhat allegorical." Cleveland 
— Same; il. by Gordon Browne. Warne 
*$1 
Champe, John 

Mowry, W: A: and A. M. John Champe 
In American heroes and heroism, pl7- 
23 (5-7) 
Champlain, Samuel de 
Baldwin, J. 
In Discovery of the old Northwest, 
p22-75, 94-5 (6-8) 
Clay, O. Father of New France 
In Treasure finders, p210-34 (5-7) 



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Champlain, Samuel de — Continued 

Coe, F. E. Champlain, the father of New 
France 
In Founders of our country, pi 11-22 
(3-5) 
Foote, A. E., and Skinner, A. W. Cham- 
plain, the founder of New France 
In Explorers and founders of America, 
pl95-207 (7-8) 
Gordy, W. F. Samuel de Champlain 
In Stories of American explorers, pl54- 
72 (5-6) 
Griffis, W: E. The Bourbon lilies in Can- 
ada; Champlain's decisive shot 
In Romance of discovery, p258-68 (7-8) 
Higginson, T: W. Champlain on the 
warpath 
In Young folks' book of American ex- 
plorers, p269-78 (6-8) 
McMurry, C: A. Champlain in New 
France 
In Pioneers on land and sea, pl-34 
(5-6) 

Morris, C: 
In Historical tales: American, vl, p34- 
51 (7-8) 
Mowry, W: A: and B. S. Samuel de 
Champlain 
In American pioneers, p21-33 (5-7) 
Parkman, F. Champlain and the im- 

poster Vignan 
In World's story, vll, p32-8 
Parkman, F. White champion of the 
Algonquins 
In Children's hour, v8, p47-59 (2-8) 
Sedgwick, H. D., jr. Samuel de Cham- 
plain. 1902 (8) 
Synge, M. B. Champlain discovers Lake 
Ontario 
In Book of discovery, p290-5 

Champlain, Lake 

Parkman, F. Discovery of Lake Cham- 
plain 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v7, plOl-8 (7) 

Champlin, John Denison 

(ed.) Young folks' cyclopedia of com- 
mon things, new ed 1916 Holt $3 

"Covers about everything of interest to boys 
and girls in natural science and the useful arts." 
N. Y. city 

"[This edition] includes: Army, Box, Boy 
scouts. Motor boat, Motor car, Moving pictures, 
and Navy. Many articles have been rewritten 
and revised." Publisher 

(ed.) Young folks' cyclopedia of litera- 
ture and art. 1901 Holt $3 

(ed.) Young folks' cyclopedia of per- 
sons and places. 6th ed rev 1911 
Holt $3 

"Both real and fabulous personages and 
events." N. Y. city 

Young folks' history of the war for the 
union. 1881 Holt $2.50 (7-8) 

"It is in short a well written and entertaining 
history . . . fair and impartial in tone." Nation 

Champlin, John Denison, and Bostwick, 
Arthur E. 

(eds.) Young folks' cyclopedia of games 
and sports. 1899 Holt $3 (5-8) 



Champlin, John Denison, and Lucas, Fred- 
eric Augustus 

(eds.) Young folks' cyclopedia of natu- 
ral history. 1905 Holt $3 

"Gives brief accounts of each animal, with 
habitat and Latin name. Alphabetical arrangement 
by popular nomenclature and full index." A. L. 
A. sup. 

Chance, Lulu Maude 

Little folks of many lands. 1904 Ginn 
*45c (2-4) 

"Stories of Indian, Eskimo, Dutch, African, 
Arabian, Filipino and Japanese children." N. Y. 

city 

Chance for himself. Trowbridge, J: T. 

Chandler, Katherine 

In the reign of Coyote; folk-lore from 
the Pacific coast. Ginn school ed *40c 
(4-5) 
"Indian fairy tales and folk stories from lower 
California." N. Y. city 

Chandra in India. ]\IacDonald, E. A. B. 
Change signals. Barbour, R. H: 

Channel islands 

Kellogg, E. M. C. 
Iti Australia and the islands of the sea, 
p266-73 (6-7) 

Channing, Edward 

First lessons in United States history. 

1903 Macmillan *60c (6-8) 
Student's history of the United States. 

3d rev ed 1913 Macmillan *$1.40 

"Difficult, but in the hands of a good teacher, 
the best." Wis. free lib. com. 

Channon, Frank Ernest 

Ainerican boy at Henley. (Henley school- 
boy sen vl) Little *$1.30 (7-8) 

"Lively stories of an American boy's experi- 
ence in an English public school. The differences 
between American and English school traditions, 
sports and slang are well brought out, and there 
are spirited accounts of football and cricket 
matches." A. L. A. bkl. 

Chapin, Anna Alice 

Konigskinder; or, The royal children. 
1911 Harper $1.25 (5-8) 

"The libretto of Humperdinck's opera devel- 
oped into a pretty fairy tale. The chief motives 
are given at beginnings and ends of chapters. 
Illustrations from photographs of scenes in the 
opera." N. Y. state lib. 

Masters of music: their lives and works. 

1901 Dodd *$1.50 (8) 
Story of the Rhinegold. Harper $1.25 

(7-8) 

"Stories from the four operas of Richard Wag- 
ner's 'Nibelungen ring,' told as a connected story. ' 
Pittsburgh 

Wonder tales from Wagner. 1898 Har- 
per $1.25 (6-8) 

The legends on which are based The flying 
Dutchman, Tannhauser, Lohengrin, Tristan and 
Isolde, The master singers of Nuremburg 

Chaplet of pearls. Yonge, C. M. 

Chapman, Annie Bliss. See Hart, A. B., jt. 
ed. 

Chapman, Frank Michler 

Bird-life. 1901 Appleton *$2 (7-8) 

"Field key to common birds, valuable chapters 
on structure, usefulness and migration, with brief 
descriptions of each species. 75 full-page plates." 
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Chapman, Frank Michler — Continued 

Handbook of the birds of eastern North 
America. Appleton Library ed *$3.5U 
(6-8) 

"Illustrated with full-page plates from photo- 
graphs, and many cuts in the t«xt. Systemati- 
cally arranged; non-technical descriptions; both 
field and color keys. Chapters on ornithology, 
methods of study, list of dates of spring and fall 
migration, and a color chart to help in. identifica- 
tion." Audubon society 

Travels of birds. 1916 Appleton *40c 

"Scientific study of migration written in an in- 
teresting, narrative style." Wis. bul. 

Chapman, Jonathan 

Beard, D. C. How to celebrate Apple- 
seed Johnny's day 
hi Boy pioneers, pl8-33 (5-8) 
Child, L. Ai. Apple-seed John 

In Poulsson's In the child's world, p59- 
61 
Harrison, E. Old Johnny Appleseed, the 
ragged old hero 
In In story-land, pl87-92 (3-4) 

Chapters on animals. Hamerton, P. G. 
Character 

Child, L. M. Immortal fountain 
In Poulsson's In the child's world, 
p222-6 
Whittier's Child life in prose, pl93- 
200 
Wotton, H: Character of a happy life; 
poem 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p6 (7-8) 
See also Ambition; Cheerfulness; 
Conduct; Contentment; Courage; Cour- 
tesy; Duty; Faith; Faithfulness; 
Forgiveness; Gratitude; Greediness; 
Helpfulness; Heroes; Honesty; Jus- 
tice; Kindness; Loyalty; Obedience; 
Patience; Perseverance; Pride; Prompt- 
ness; Quarrels; Resourcefulness; Rev- 
erence; Self-control; Self-reliance; 
Selfishness; Success; Sympathy; Tem- 
perance; Thoughtfulness; Thrift; Truth; 
Unselfishness; Usefulness; Vandalism; 
Waste 
Charades 

Bullivant, C. H: 

In Home fun, p76-85 (5-8) 
Campbell, H. L. Charades and proverbs 
in action 
In American girl's home book, pll6-27 
(5-7) 
Charades 
In Games book for boys and girls, 
pl29-38 (4-6) 

Charcoal 

Findlay, E. B. Charcoal-burners 
In Our country: East, p38-40 (4-6) 

Charge of the Light Brigade. See Light 
Brigade, Charge of 

Charlemagne, emperor of the "West 

Baring-Gould, S. Charlemagne 
In Johonnot's Stories of the olden 
time, pl83-90. (6-7) 

Bulfinch, T: Legends of Charlemagne 
(7-8) 

— Same 

In Bulfinch's mythology, p647-872 



Church, A. J: Stories of Charlemagne 
and the twelve peers of France. 1902 
(7-8) 
Dalkeith, L. Story in praise of Charle- 
magne 
In Stories from French history, pl7-34 
(5-6) 
Farmer, L. H. Charlemagne 

In Boys' book of famous rulers, pl42- 
68 (7-8) 
Guerber, H. A. Charlemagne and his 
paladins 
In Legends of the middle ages, pl29-62 
(8) 
Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Char- 
lemagne 
1)1 Famous men of the middle ages^ 
plOl-11 (4-6) 
Lansing, M. F. Charlemagne; School of 
the palace 
In Barbarian and noble, pl02-14 (6-8) 
Alorris, C: 

In Historical tales: French, p46-67 (7-8) 
Tappan, E. M. Charlemagne 

In Old world hero stories, pt 2, p48-53 
(6-8) 
See also Roland 

Charles I, king of England 

Abbott, J. History of Charles the First 
of England (6-8) 

Charles II, king of England 

Abbott, J. History of Charles the Second 

of England (6-8) 
Morris, C: 
In Historical tales: English, p260-79 
. (7-8) 
\\ hiteing, R: Escape of Charles II 
(1651) 
In Children's hour, v8, pl87-99 (2-8) 
Stories 
Scott, W. Peveril of the Peak (8) 

Charles V, emperor of Germany 

Birkhead, A. Charles V, Holy Roman 
emperor 
In Heroes of modern Europe, p63-73 
(7-8) 
Charles IX, king of France 

^Marshall, H. E. Story of Charles IX 
In Boy kings and girl queens, p262-92 
(6-8) 

Charles XII, king of Sweden 

Brooks, E. S. Charles of Sweden; the 
boy conqueror 
In Brooks's Historic boys, p218-41 
Children's hour, v8, p200-20 (6-8) 
Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. 

In Famous men of modern times, p233- 
42 (4-6) 

Charles Edward Stuart. See Stuart, 
Charles Edward, the Young Pretender 

Charles O'Malley. Lever, C: J. 

Charles the Bold 
Morris, C: 
In Historical tales: French, pl43-61 
(7-8) 

Stories 
Scott, 'W. Quentin Durward (8) 



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Charleston, South Carolina 

Gibson, E. The earthquake at Charleston 
In Southern stories, retold from St. 
Nicholas, p96-101 (5-7) 
Charter oak 

Carpenter, W. H., and Arthur, T S. How 
Connecticut saved her charter 
In World's story, vl2, p263-7 
Guerber, H. A. Charter oak 
In Story of the thirteen colonies, pl66- 
70 {S-7) 
Johonnot, J., ed. Charter oak 

In Stories of our country, p60-3 (4-6) 
Morris, C: 
In Historical tales: American, vl, p79- 
85 (7-8) 
Chase, Annie 

Buds, stems and roots. Educational 40c 
(2-3) 
"An unusually attractive little nature reader." 
Pittsburgh 

Chase, Annie, and Clow, E. 

Stories of industry. 1891 Educational 
2v ea epc (5-7) 

"Much int-eresting information about mining, 
manufacturing, lumbering, building, etc." Utica 

Chase, Mary Ellen 

Girl from the Big Horn country. Page 
*$1.25 (7-8) 

Chats 

Wilson, A. Yellow-breasted chat 
Jn Weed's Bird life stories, v2, p23-5 
(5-8) 

Chatterer the red squirrel. Burgess, T. W. 

Chaucer, Geoffrey 

Canterbury chimes; or, Chaucer tales re- 
told to children by F. Storr and H. 
Turner. Little *$1 (5-8) 

Contents: Palamon and Arcite; Constance; The 
cock and the fox; Canace; Dorigen; Gamelyn 
Illustrated with woodcuts 

"Best rendering of the Chaucer stories." He- 
wins 
Chaucer for children, by M. E. J. Haweis. 
Scribner *$1.25 (5-8) 

"Prefaced by an account of Chaucer's life and 
the London of his day. Gives portions of a 
number of the tales. Original and mod«rn text 
in parallel columns. Eight colored pictures, and 
a number of small woodcuts by the author." Am. 
L. E. 

"Though possibly only an exceptional child will 
enjoy the book, it brings the youthful read-er 
closer to the time of Chaucer than any other ver- 
sion for children." Arnold 
Chaucer story book, by Eva March Tap- 
pan. Houghton *$1.40 (5-6) 

"Eleven of the stories retold in simpler prose 
than in Percy Mackaye's 'Canterbury tales' and 
adapted to younger children. Numerous wood- 
cuts." A. L. A. bkl. 
Stories from Chaucer; told to the child- 
ren by Janet Harvey Kelman. (Told 
to the children ser.) Button *50c {6-7) 

Stories of Dorigen, Emilia, Griselda, Constance 

"Excellent adaptation, bringing out much of 

the poetic and moral beauty of the original." Am. 

L. E. 

Story of Chaucer's Canterbury pilgrims; 

retold for children by Katharine Lee 

Bates. (Canterbury classics) Rand 

40c (7-8) 

" 'The knight's tale' is ^iven in Dryden's ver- 
sion, 'The prioress' tale' in Wordsworth's and 
'The squire's tale' in Leigh Hunt's. Can be used 
to advantage in connection with the prose ver- 
sions, but it will hardly be popular for reading by 
the children themselves." A. L. A. bkl. 



"Account of the Tabard inn and the pilgrims, 
with 6 tales retold in modern English verse. Il- 
lustrations from photographs, old prints and 
manuscripts." Pittsburgh 
Tales of the Canterbury pilgrims; retold 
by F. J. H. Barton. Stokes *$1.50 
(5-8) 

"Stories from Chaucer retold in vigorous Eng- 
lish, splendidly illustrated by Hugh Thomson. 
There are also a few stories by Lydgate and 
others. Retains much of Chaucer's optimism, 
chivalry and gentle courtesy." Pittsburgh 

Biography 
Wright, H. C. Geoffrey Chaucer 

In Children's stories in English litera- 
ture, vl, pl62-201 (7-8) 
Chaucer for children. Haweis, M. E. J, 
Chaucer story book. Tappan, E. M. 
Cheerfulness 

Cabot. E. L., and others 
In Course in citizenship, pi 14-18 (1-8) 
Stories 
Harraden, B. Things will take a turn 

(4) 
Rice, A. C. H. Mrs. Wiggs of the cab- 
bage patch (6-8) 
Stowe, H. E. B. Little Pussy Willow 
(4-6) 
Cheese 

Chamberlain, J. F. Cheese 

In How we are fed, p50-3 (4-5) 
Chase, A., and Clow, E. 
In Stories of industry, v2, pl06-7 (5-7) 
See also Bairying 
Chemistry 

Holden, E: S. Chemistry 

/" Real things in nature, pl23-35 (7) 
Holden, E: S. Chemistry 

In The sciences, p 149-59 (6-7) 
Jenks, T. Chemistry for young people. 
1909 (8) 
Chemistry for young people. Jenks, T. 
Cheney, Mrs. Ednah Dow (Littlehale) 
(ed.) Louisa May Alcott; her life, let- 
ters and journals. 1903 Little *$1.35 
(7-8) 
Chenoweth, Mrs. Caroline Van Dusen 
Stories of the saints. 1907 Houghton 
*$1.25 (5-6) 

St. George, St. Christopher, St. Francis, St. 
Elizabeth, St. Patrick, etc. 

Cherry orchard. See Edgeworth, M. Early 

lessons 

Cherry trees 

Bass, F. What came out of the cherry 
buds 
In Stories of plant life, pl8-21 (2-3) 

Cherubini, E. 

Pinocchio in Africa; tr. from the Italian 
by Angelo Patri; drawings by Charles 
Copeland. Ginn *40c (3-5) 

"Sequel to Collodi's 'Pinocchio,' narrating the 
wooden marionette's experience in Africa, where 
after many amusing and exciting adventures he is 
crowned emperor of all Africa by a cannibal 
tribe." A. L. A. bkl. 

Chesapeake (ship) 

Blaisdell, A. F., and Ball, F. K. Duel at 
sea 
In Heroic deeds of American sailors, 
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Chesapeake (ship) — Continued 

Bouve, T: T. Shannon and the Chesa- 

DC3.1cG 

In World's story, vl3, pl39-42 

Chester, Clarence L. See Hall, A. B., jt. 
auth. 

Chester, Norley 

Stories from Dante. 1898 Warne $1.25 
(6-7) 

Chestnut trees 

Stokes, S. Chestnut trees 
In Ten common trees, p67-71 (4-5) 

Chestnuts 

Eager, O. M. Chestnut farms 
In Lane's Under sunny skies, pl9-29 
(5-7) 
Towne, H. L. Chestnut boys 

/;;. Poulsson's In the child's world, p49- 
50 (1-2) 
See also Nuts and nutting 

Chevy Chase; poem 

In Haaren's Ballads and tales 

Johonnot's Stories of the olden time, 

p59-64 
Mabie's Legends that every child 

should know^, pi 10^19 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v5, 

pl09-18 
World's story, v9, p363-74 

Chewinks 

Wilson, A. Chewink, or towhee bunting 
In Weed's Bird life stories, vl, p43-4 
(5-8) 

Chicago 

Ballantyne, J: F. Chicago 

In Stories of the Great lakes, retold 
from St. Nicholas, pl73-85 (5-7) 
Carpenter, F. G: Greatest lake port in 
the world 
In North America, p225-34 (5-6) 
Hotchkiss, C. W. Chicago, our inland 
metropolis 
In Representative cities of the United 
States, pl03-17 (6-8) 
King, C: F. 
In Picturesque geographical readers, v4, 
pl39-58 (4-5) 
Smith, M. C. In Chicago 

In Our own country, p 102-9 (4-6) 
Southworth, G. V., and Kramer, S. E. 
In Great cities of the United States, 
p41-66 (6-8) 

Chicago fire 

Harte, B. Chicago, October 10, 1871; 
poem 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p303 (7-8) 
Johonnot, J., ed. Chicago fire, 1871 
In Stories of heroic deeds, pl42-51 
(3-5) 
Mielatz, C: F. W. A boy's recollection 
of the great Chicago fire 
In Stories of the Great lakes, retold 
from St. Nicholas, pl34-54 (5-7) 

Chickadee-dee and his friends. Sanderson, 
L. W. 



Chickadees 

Johonnot, J. Little busy-wings 

In Neighbors with wings and fins, 
p 187-9 (3-5) 
Kelly, M. A. B. The chickadee 
In Short stories of our shy neighbors, 
pl82-5 (3-5) 
Long, W: J. Ch'geegee-lokh-sis 

In Ways of wood folk, pl35-51 (4-6) 
Miller, O. T. 

In Second book of birds, p22-4 (5-7) 
Nuttall, T: 

In Weed's Bird life stories, vl, pl6-18 
(5-8) 

Poetry 
Thaxter, C. The chickadee 

In Stories and poems for children, 
p250-l (4-5) 
Woodward, F. C. Chickadees 
In Boston collection of kindergarten 
stories, p36-8 (2-3) 
Stories 
Sanderson, L. W. Chickadee-dee and his 

friends (2-6) 
Seton, E. T. Why the chickadee goes 
crazy once a year 
In Lives of the hunted, p355-60 (5-7) 
Chickamauga, Battle of, 1863 
Kimberly, R. L. Chickamauga 
In Hart and Stevens's Romance of the 
civil war, p333-40 (6-8) 
Chicken-licken 

/;; Lane's Stories for children, p45-7 
Norton's Heart of oak books, vl, 

p79-81 
Scudder's Book of folk stories, pll- 

15 
Scudder's Children's book, p21-2 
Wiltse's Folklore stories and prov- 
erbs, pl-10 
Chicken world. Smith, E. B. 
Chickens 

Hopkins, W^: J: 

In Sandman: his farm stories, pl75-83 
(3-4) 
Johonnot, J. 

In Friends in feathers and fur, plO-23 
(3-4) 
Smith, A. H. Robert feeds the poultry 
In Eddy's Friends and Helpers, p90-8 
(3-5) 
Smith, E. B. Chicken world: 1910 (1-3) 
Strong, F. L., ed. The hen 

In All the year round, v3, p78-80 (3-4) 
Tappan, E. M. Her royal highness the 
hen 
In Farmer and his friends, p66-71 (5-6) 

See also Poultry 

Poetry 
Gary, P. Chicken's mistake 
In Morrison's Songs and rhymes for 
the little ones, p98-9 (2-4) 
Morrison, M. J. W., ed. Five little 
chickens 
In Songs and rhymes for the little 
ones, p88 (2-4) 
Stories 
Dodge, M. M., ed. 
In Baby days, p38-9, 58-60 (1-3) 



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Chickens — Stories — Continued 
Foulke, E. E. 

In Braided straws, p53-7 (2-3) 
Pierson, C. D. Wonderful shiny egg; 
Chicken who wouldn't eat gravel; 
Discontented guinea hen 
In Among the farmyard people, p20-32, 
136-48, 213-31 (3-4) 
Poulsson, E. Lost chicken; Story of 
Speckle 
In In the child's world, p333-5, 337-43 
(1-2) 
Pyle, K. Little brown hen 

In Stories of humble friends, pl3-23 
(3-4) 
Stowe, H. E. B. Hen that hatched ducks 

In Queer little people, pl-13 (4-5) 
Vimar, A. Curly-haired hen (1-3) 
Child life. Whittier, J: G., ed. 
Child-life in Japan and Japanese stories. 

Ayrton, M. C. 
Child life in poetry, and Child life in prose. 

Selections from. Whittier, J: G., ed. 
Child life in prose. Whittier, J: G., ed. 
Child life on a farm. See Smith, M. P. W. 

Jolly good times 
Child life primer. MacDonald, E. A. B., 

and Blaisdell, M. F., eds. 
Child life readers. MacDonald, E. A. B., 

and Blaisdell, M. F., eds. 
Child-lore dramatic reader. Bryce, C. T. 
Child of Elle 

In Macleod's Book of ballad stories, 
pl39-45 
Child of Urbino. De la Raniee, L. 

In Bimbi 
Child rhymes. Riley, J. W. 
Child stories and rhymes. Poulsson, E. 
Child verse. Tabb, J: B. 
Child world. Riley, J. W. 
Childe Horn. See King Horn 
Childe Rowland 

In Lansing's Tales of old England, 
pi 7-29 
Childhood. Pyle, K. 
Childhood of Ji-shib, the Ojibwa. Jenks, 

A. E. 
Childhood of the world. Clodd, E: 
Childhood songs. Larcom, L. 
Children 

Arnold, E. Japanese children and their 
games 
In World's story, vl, p465-74 
Ayrton, M. C. Child-life in Japan and 

Japanese child stories. 1901 (4-6) 
Bartruse, G. Children in Japan. 1915 

(2-4) 
Boyesen, H. H. Boyhood in Norway 

(6-7) 
Butler, E: C. Our little Mexican cousin. 

1905 (5-6) 
Chance, L. M. Little folks of many 

lands. 1904 (2-4) 
Coburn, C. M. Our little Swedish 

cousin. 1906 (4-5) 
Deming, T. O. Indian child life. 1899 

(1-3) 



Headland, I: T. Chinese boy and girl. 
1901 (4-5) 

Headland, I: T. Our little Chinese 
cousin (3-5) 

Hall, M. E. Jan and Betje (3-4) 

Husted, M. H. Stories of Indian chil- 
dren. 1898 (3-4) 

Lane, M. A. L., ed. Wide world. 1902 
(4-5) 

IMacDonald, E. R. Our little Canadian 
cousin (4-6) 

]\IcDougaIl, I. Little royalties (5-6) 

Mansfield, B. ]\I. Gerard, our little Bel- 
gian cousin (4-5) 

:\Iansfield, B. AI. Our little Arabian 
cousin. 1907 (5-6) 

Mansfield, B. M. Our little Dutch cousin. 

1906 (5-6) 

Mansfield, B. AI. Our little Egyptian 

cousin. 1908 (5-6) 
Alansfield, B. M. Our little English 

cousin. 1905 (5-6) 
Alansfield, B. M. Our little French 

cousin. 1905 (5-6) 
Alansfield, B. AI. Our little Hindu cousin. 

1907 (5-6) 

Alansfield, B. AI. Our little Scotch 

cousin. 1906 (5-6) 
Aliller, O. T. Little people of Asia. 

1883 (3-5) 
Aloore, N. H. Children of other days. 

1905 (3-5) 
Alott, S. AI., and Dutton, AI. B. Fishing 

and hunting. 1905 (1-2) 
Xixon-Roulet, AI. F. Our little Alaskan 

cousin. 1907 (3-5) 
Nixon-Roulet. AI. F. Our little Spanish 

cousin. 1906 (3-5) 
Peary, J. D. Children of the Arctic. 

1903 (3-5) 

Peary, J. D. Snow baby. 1902 (2-4) 

Pike, H: L. AI. Our little Korean cousin. 
1905 (4-5) 

Pike, H: L. AI. Our little Panama 
cousin. 1906 (4-5) 

Shaw, E: R: Big people and little peo- 
ple of other lands. 190O (3-4) 

Stories of roj^al children, retold from St. 
Nicholas. 1909 (5-8) 

Wade, AI. H. B. Our little African 
cousin. 1902 (4-6) 

Wade, AI. H. B. Our little Armenian 
cousin. 1905 (4-6) 

Wade, AI. H. B. Our little Cuban cousin. 

1902 (4-6) 

Wade, AI. H. B. Our little Eskimo 

cousin. 1902 (4-6) 
Wade, AI. H. B. Our little German 

cousin. 1904 (4-6) 
Wade, AI. H. B. Our little Hawaiian 

cousin. 1902 (4-6) 
W^ade, AI. H. B. Our little Indian cousin. 

1901 (4-6) 
^^'ade, AI. H. B. Our little Irish cousin. 

1904 (4-6) 

Wade, M. H. B. Our little Italian cousin. 

1903 (4-6) 

Wade, AI. H. B. Our little Japanese 

cousin. 1901 (4-6) 
W^ade, AI. H. B. Our little Jewish cousin. 

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Children — Continued 

Wade, M. H. B. Our little Malayan 

cousin. 1901 (4-6) 
Wade, M. H. B. Our little Norwegian 

cousin. 1903 (4-6) 
Wade, M. H. B. Our little Philippine 

cousin. 1902 (4-6) 
Wade, M. H. B. Our little Porto Rican 

cousin. 1902 (4-6) 
Wade, M. H. B. Our little Russian 

cousin. 1901 (4-6) 
Wade, M. H. B. Our little Siamese 

cousin. 1903 (4-6) 
Wade, M. H. B. Our little Swiss cousin. 

1903 (4-6) 
Wade, M. H. B. Our little Turkish 
cousin. 1904 (4-6) 

See also Boys; Children in literature; 
Children's crusade; Girls; Occupations 
for children; also names of countries, 
subhead Social life and customs 
Pictures 
Hurll, E. M. Pictures of children 
In How to show pictures to children, 
p97-116 
Moore, N. H. Children of other days. 
1905 (3-5) 
Children in Japan. Bartruse, G. 
Children in literature 
MacDonald, E. A. B., and Blaisdell, M. F. 
Child life in literature 
In Child life, v4 
Poems about children 

In Children's hour, v9, pl-69 (2-8) 
Whittier, J: G., ed. Child life in prose 

(5-7) 
Whittier, J: G., ed. Child life; poems 

(5-7) 
Whittier, J: G., ed. Selections from Child 
life in poetry, and Child life in prose 
(5-7) 
Children of Lir 

Chisholm, L. Four white swans 

In Celtic tales, p42-73 (4-5) 
Colum, P. Children of Lir 

In Boy in Eirinn, p32-45 (5-7) 
Gregory, A. Fate of the children of Lir 
In Mabie's Legends that every child 
should know, pl20-39 (6-7) 
Lang, J. Children of Lir 

In Book of myths, p289-305 (8) 
Children of other days. Moore, N. H. 
Children of other lands series 

Ambrosi, M. When I was a girl in Italy 
De Bogory Mokrievich, V. K. When I 

was a boy in Russia 
Demetrios, G: When I was a boy in 

Greece 
Jonckheere, R. When I was a boy in 

Belgium 
Kaleel, M. J. When I was a boy in 

Palestine 
Lee, Y. P. When I was a boy in China 
Shioya, S. When I was a boy in Japan 
Children of the Arctic. Peary, J. D. 
Children of the cold. Schwatka, F: 
Children of the dawn. Buckley, E. F. 
Children of the New Forest. Marryat, F: 
Children's Blue bird. Maeterlinck, M. 



Children's book. Scudder, H. E., ed. 
Children's book of art. Conway, A. E. 

and M. 
Children's book of ballads. Tileston, M. 

W. F., comp. 
Children's book of birds. Miller, O. T. 
Children's book of Celtic stories. Grier- 

son, E. W. 
Children's book of Christmas. Dier, J. C.> 

comp. 
Children's book of Christmas stories. 
Dickinson, A. D., and Skinner, A. M., 
eds. 
Children's book of Edinburgh. Grierson, 

E, W. 
Children's book of poetry. Coates, H: T., 

comp. 
Children's book of stars. See Mitton, G. E. 

Book of stars for young people 
Children's book of Thanksgiving stories. 

Dickinson, A. D., ed. 
Children's city. Singleton, E. 
Children's classics in dramatic form. Ste- 
venson, A. 
Children's corner. Elkin, R. H. 
Children's crusade, 1212 

Brooks, N. Children's crusade 

In Stories of chivalry, retold from St. 
Nicholas, pl36-54 (5-8) 
Button, M. B. French children's crusade 
In Little stories of France, p47-51 
(5-6) 
Longfellow, H: W. Children s crusade 

In World's story. v2, p623-4 
Sweetser, K. D. Stephen and Nicholas: 
boy crusaders 
In Ten boys from history, pi 1-42 (6-8) 
Tappan, E. M. 
In Old world hero stories, pt2, pl47- 
51 
World's story, v2, p620-2 
Children's favorite classics 

Church, A. J: Stories from Virgil 
McSpadden, J. W'. Stories from Wagner 
Molesworth, ]\L L. S. Carrots, just a 

little boy 
Sewell, A. Black Beauty 
Spyri, J. Heidi 
Children's gardens for pleasure, health and 

education. Parsons, H: G. 
Children's garland, from the best poets. 

Patmore, C, comp. 
Children's heroes series 

Elton, L. M. Story of Sir Francis Drake 
Golding, V. Story of David Livingstone 
— Story of Henry M. Stanley 
Imlach, G. M. Story of Columbus 
Kelly, M. D. Story of Sir Walter Raleigh 
Lang, A. Story of Joan of Arc 
Lang, J: Story of Captain Cook 
Lang, J. Story of General Gordon 
— Story of Robert the Bruce 
Marshall, H. E. Story of Napoleon 
— Story of Oliver Cromwell 
Sellar, E. F. Story of Lord Roberts 
— Story of Nelson 
Children's hour. See Longfellow, H: W. 



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Children's hour; ed. by Eva March Tap- 
pan. lOv 1907 Houghton *$20 (2-8) 

Contents: vi, Folk stories and fables; V2, Myths 
from many lands; V3, Stories from the classics; 
V4, Stories of legendary heroes: vs. Stories from 
seven old favorites; v6, Old-fashioned stories and 
poems; V7, Out-of-door book; v8. Adventures and 
achievements; vg, Poems and rhymes; vio, Mod- 
ern stories 

Children's letters. Colson, E., and Chitten- 
den, A. G., comps. 

Children's life of Abraham Lincoln. Put- 
nam, M. L. 

Children's Longfellow. Longfellow, H: W. 

Children's own Longfellow. Longfellow, 
H: W. 

Children's parties. Crozier, G. B. 

Children's Plutarch; tales of the Greeks. 
Gould, F: J. 

Children's Plutarch; tales of the Romans. 
Gould, F: J. 

Children's singing games. Gomme, A. B., 
ed. 

Children's stories in American history. 
Wright, H. C. 

Children's stories in American literature. 
Wright, H. C. 

Children's stories in English literature. 
Wright, H. C. 

Children's stories of American progress. 
Wright, H. C. 

Children's stories of the great scientists. 
Wright, H. C. 

Children's tales from Scottish ballads. 
Grierson, E. W. 

Children's treasure trove of pearls. Tile- 
ston, M. W. F., ed. 

Children's treasury of English song. Pal- 
grave, F. T., comp. 

Children's treasury of lyrical poetry. Pal- 
grave, F. T., comp. 

Childs, George William 

Bolton, S. K. George W. Childs 
In Lives of poor boys who became 
famous, p3 13-22 (7-8) 

Child's book of old verses. Smith, J. W., 
comp. and il. 

Child's book of saints. Canton, W: 

Child's book of stories. Coussens, P. W., 
ed. 

Child's book of warriors. Canton, W: 

Child's day. Hutchinson, W. 

Child's dream of a star. Dickens, C: 

In Mabie's Famous stories, p3-7 (6-8) 

Child's English literature. See Marshall, 
H. E. English literature for boys and 
girls 

Child's garden of verses. Stevenson, R. 
L: B. 

Child's guide to American history. See 
Elson, H: W: Guide to United States 
history for young readers 

Child's guide to biography. See Stevenson, 
B. E. Guide to biography for young 
readers; American — men of mind 



Child's guide to music. See ^Nlason, D. G. 

Guide to music 
Child's guide to mythology. Clarke, H. A. 
Child's guide to pictures. See Caffin, C: H: 

Guide to pictures 
Child's guide to the Bible. Hodges, G: 
Child's harvest of verse. Tileston, M. W. 

F., comp. 
Child's history of England. Dickens, C: 
Child's history of France. Bonner, J: 
Child's history of Spain. Bonner, J: 
Child's story of Hans Christian Andersen. 

Harboe, P. 
Chile 

Carpenter, F. G: Chile 

In South America, plOO-67 (5-6) 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: 

hi South America, pi 11-27 (5-7) 
Markwick, W: F., and Smith, W: A. 
Chile 
In South American republics, p301-27 
(5-7) 
Chilhowee boys. Morrison, S. E. 
Chillon 

Abbott, J. Prison of Chillon 
In World's story, v7, p548-54 
Chimes. Dickens, C: 
Chimney swifts 
Nuttall, T: 
/;/ Weed's Bird life stories, vl, p58-60 
(5-8) 
Sharp, D. L. 
In Watcher in the woods, p69-74 (7-8) 

Chimneys 

Mowry, W: A: and A. M. Chimneys 
In American inventions and inventors, 
p31-6 (5-8) 
Chimpanzees. See Apes 
China 

See also Korea; Peking; Singapore; 
Tibet 

Description and travel 
Chamberlain, J. F. Travel in China 

In How we travel, p72-81 (4-5) 
Chamberlain, J. F. Visit to China 

In How we are sheltered, p59-66 (4-5) 

Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: Republic 

of China; Chinese tea gardens; Some 

Chinese cities 

In Asia, pi 11-46 (5-7) 

George, M. M., ed. Little journey to 

China [and Japan]. 1901 (5-6) 
Gibson, C. C. China 

In In eastern wonderlands, p68-76 (6-7) 
Moncrieff, A. R. H. China 
/;/ World, p97-105 (6-8) 
Smith, M. C. Middle kingdom 

In Life in Asia, pl31-81 (6-7) 
Winslow, I: O. 
In Distant countries, p58-84 (4-6) 

Folklore 
Davis, M. H., and Chow-Leung. Chinese 

fables and folk stories. 1908 (4-6) 
Headland, I: T, tr. Chinese Mother 

Goose rhymes. 1900 (4-5) 
Headland, I: T. Stories told to children 

In Chinese boy and girl, pl63-76 (4-5) 



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93 



China — Continued 

History 
Arnold, E. J. Chinese 
In Stories of ancient peoples, pl99-226 
(S-8) 
China 

In World's story, vl, pl-261 
Morris, C: Historical tales: Japan and 

China. 1908 (7-8) 
Van Bergen, R. Story of China. 1902 
(7-8) 

See also Woo How Tsihtien, empress 
of China 

Social life and customs 
Andrews, J, New work for Pen-se and 
Lin 
In Each and all, p81-105 (3-4) 
Andrews, J. Story of Pen-se 

In Seven little sisters, p57-70 (3-4) 
Barroll, M. L. Chinese visit 
/» Lane's Toward the rising sun, p36- 
44 (3-5) 
Campbell, H. L. Wah-Sing, our little 

Chinese cousin. 1904 (4-5) 
Carpenter, F. G: China 
In Asia, pi 11-80 (6-7) 
Chamberlain, J. F. Land of the queue 

In How we are clothed, p25-30 (4-5) 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: Daily life 
in China 
Ifv Asia, pl47-54 (5-7) 
Craig, A. L. Dining with a mandarin 
In Lane's Wide world, p20-7 (4-5) 
Fielde, A.^ M. School in China 

In Lane's Toward the rising sun, pl6- 
28 (3-5) 
H., A. O. In Chinese streets 

In Lane's Wide world, pl4-19 
Headland, 1: T. Chinese boy and girl. 

1901 (4-5) 
Headland, I: T. Our little Chinese 

cousin (3-5) 
Holcombe, C. Country life in China 
hi Lane's Toward the rising sun, p29- 
35 (3-5) 
Johnston. L. E. China. 1909 (6-8) 
Lee, Y. P. When I was a boy in China 

(6-8) 
MacDonald, E. A. B., and Blaisdell, M. F., 
eds. Chinese school 
In Child life, v3. pl65-8 (3-4) 
Miller, O. T. Little old man baby: the 
Chinese 
In Little people of Asia, p307-59 (3-5) 
Schwartz, T. A. Little yellow child 

In Five little strangers, pl03-30 (3-4) 
Shaw. E: R: China 
In Big people and little people of other 
lands. p5-14 (3-4) 
Starr, F: Chinese 

In Strange peoples, p69-75 (5-6) 
Van Bergen, R. Story of China. 1902 
(7-8) 
China, Wall of. See Wall of China 
China painting 

Beard, L. and A. B. 
In American girl's handv book, p272-94 
(5-7) 
Kelley, L. E. 
In Three hundred things a bright girl 
can do, p343-9 (7-8) 



Chinese boy and girl. Headland, I: T. 
Chinese fables and folk stories. Davis^ 

M. H., and Chow-Leung 
Chinese language 

Du Halde, J. B. Mandarin language; 
How Chinese children learn to read 
In World's story, vl, p207-13 
Chinese literature 

Arnold, E. J. Language and literature 
of the Chinese 
In Stories of ancient peoples, p210-26 
(5-8) 

Chinese Mother Goose rhymes. Headland, 

I: T., tr. 
Chipmunks 

Abbott, C. C. Chipmunk at home 
In Johonnot's Gliinpses of the animate 
world, p310-14 (6-7) 
Beard, L. and A. B. Some of our out- 
door neighbors 
In What a girl can make and do, p368-9 
(5-7) 
Burroughs, J: 
In Squirrels and other fur-bearers, 
pl5-31 (4-7) 
Comstock, A. B. 

In Pet book, p84-6 (5-8) 
Kelly, M. A. B. The chipmunk 
In Short stories of our shy neighbors, 
p200-l (3-5) 
Miller, O. T. Little red storekeeper 
In Little folks in feathers and fur, pl4- 
18 (3-5) 
Strong, F. L., ed. Mr. and Mrs. Chip- 
munk 
/» All the year round, vl, p79-81 (3-4) 
Wright, M. O. 
In Four-footed Americans, p360-l (7-8) 
Stories 
Cooke, F. J. How the chipmunk got the 
stripes on its back 
In Cooke's Nature myths, p89-90 

Strong's All the j'ear round, vl, 
p82-3 (2-4) 
Stowe, H. E. B. Diverting history of 
little Whiskey 
In Queer little people, pl86-91 (4-5) 

Chisholm, Edwin 

(ed.) Old Testament stories. (Told to 
the children sen) Dutton *50c (3-6) 

Chisholm, Louey 

Celtic tales. (Told to the children ser.) 
Dutton *50c (4-5) 

"Retelling in very simple language of three fa- 
mous stories: The star-eyed Deirdre, Dermat and 
Grania, and The four white swans, the last an 
especially good version of 'Children of Lir.' " 
A. L. A. bkl. 
(comp.) Golden staircase; poems and 
verses for children. 1907 Putnam 
*$2.50; *$1.50; *$1 (3-8) 

"Well-selected anthology of poetry, containing 
200 selections." A. L. A. bkl. 

(comp.) Nursery rhymes. (Told to the 
children ser.) 1908 Dutton *50c (1-3) 

Colored illustrations 

(comp.) Stories for the seven-year-old. 
Stokes *60c 
"From folk-lore, Mother Goose, and one or 
two less familiar sources. (E. C. W.)" St. Louis 

(comp.) Stories for the eight-year-old. 
Stokes *60c 



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Chisholm, Louey — Continued 

(comp.) Stories for the nine-year-old. 
Stokes *60c 

"Compilation from many sources — from Amy 
Steedman's 'When they were children,' from Mac- 
gregor's "History of Greece,' from Andersen and 
Grimm, Mary De Morgan's fairy tales, from 
Ouida and others. A good deal of poetry is also 
included. (E. C. VV.)" St. Louis 
(comp.) Stories for the ten-year-old. 
Stokes *60c 
Chivalric days. Brooks, E. S. 
Chivalry 

Brooks, E. S. Chivalric days (6-7) 
Cartwright, T: Seven champions of 

Christendom (4-6) 
Darton, F. J. H., ed. Seven champions of 

Christendom (5-7) 
Darton, F. J. H. Wonder book of old 

romance (6-8) 
Greene, F. N., and Kirk, D. W. With 

spurs of gold. 1905 (6-7) 
Guerber, H. A. Age of chivalry 

In Story of the English, pl59-61 (5-6) 
Lansing, M. F. Page, esquire, and 

knight (4-6) 
Maitland, L. Heroes of chivalry. 1903 

(4-5) 
Stories of chivalry, retold from St. Nicho- 
las. 1909 (5-8) 
Tappan, E. M. When knights were bold. 
1911 (6-8) 

See also Amadis of Gaul; Arthur, 
King; Bayard, Chevalier de; Charle- 
magne, emperor of the West; Cru- 
sades; Feudal system; Heraldry; He- 
roes; Holy Grail; Middle ages; Tourna- 
ments 

Stories 

Andrews, J. Storv of Gilbert, the page 

In Ten boys, pl37-70 (3-5) 
Harrison, E. How little Cedric became 
a knight 
In In story-land, pl43-60 (3-4) 
Pyle, H. Men of iron (6-8) 
Scott, W. Ivanhoe (7-8) 
Stein, E. Troubadour tales (5-6) 
Chocolate 

Carpenter, F. G: Cacao — chocolate and 
cocoa 
In Foods, p317-22 (5-6) 
Carpenter, F. O. Cocoa and chocolate 
/;; Foods and their uses, pl74-7 (5-8) 
Chamberlain, J. F. Cup of cocoa 
. In How we are fed, pl20-30 (4-5) 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: Cocoa 
industry of Ecuador 
In South America, pl58-64 (5-7) 
Markwick, W: F.. and Smith, W: A. 
Industries of Venezuela 
In South American republics, p90-2 
(5-7) 
Rogers, J. E. Cacao 
In Book of useful plants, p267-72 

'Chopin, Frederic Frangois 

Gather. K. D. Wonder-child of Warsaw 
In Bovhood stories of famous men, 
pi 75-93 (6-8) 
Lillie, L. C. W. Frangois Frederick 
Chopin 
In Story of music and musicians, p209- 
17 (6-8) 



Smith, H. Chopin and Liszt — pianoforte 
playing 
In Founders of music, pl21-32 (7-8) 
Chow-Leung. See Davis, M. H., jt. auth. 
Chris and the wonderful lamp. Stearns, A. 
Christ. See Jesus Christ 
Christ legends. Lagerlof, S. O. L. 
Christensen, Paul. See Harboe, Paul, pseud. 
Christian year 

IMarj' Salome, Mother. Saints and festi- 
vals. 1913 
Christie, Alice J. See Coe, I., jt. auth. 
Christina, queen of Sweden 

Brooks, E. S. Christina of Sweden: the 
girl of the Northern fiords 
In Historic girls, pl92-207 (6-7) 
Hawthorne, N. Queen Christina 
In Grandfather's chair, and Biographi- 
cal stories 
True stories from history and biog- 
raphy (6-8) 
Christmas 

Arnold, S. L., and Gilbert, C: B., eds. 
Christmas day 
In Stepping stones to literature, vl, 
pll2-13 (1) 
Baring-Gould, S. How the Welsh kept 
the Christmas of 1115 
In World's story, vlO, p573-80 
Beard, D. C. How to build and decorate 
a fireplace for Santa Glaus; Costume 
for jolly old Santa Glaus; How to 
make two boys into one Santa Glaus 
In Jack of all trades, p237-52 (5-7) 
Beard, L. and A. B. Amusements and 
games for the Christmas holidays 
/;; American girl's handy book, p334-45 
(5-7) 
Beard, L. and A. B. Christmas decora- 
tions; Christmas devices 
In What a girl can make and do, p244- 
70 (5-7) 
Beard, L. and A. B. Jolly little Santa 
Glaus with his reindeer and sleigh; 
Living Christmas tree; New Christ- 
mas decorations 
In Things worth doing, pl62-77, 302-14 
^6-7) 
Cabot, E. L., and others 

In Course in citizenship, pl6-18 (1-8) 
Dier, J. C, comp. Children's book of 

Christmas. 1911 (5-8) 
Dodge, :\1. M. Festival of Saint Nicho- 
las 
In World's story, v7, p440-9 
Glover, E. K., ed. 

/;; "Dame Curtsey's" book of games for 
children, p33-9, 41-3, 54-6, 105-6, 
108 (3-8) 
Hall, A. N. Handy boy ideas for Christ- 
mas 
In Handy boy, pl93-207 (6-8) 
Howard, C. How Uncle Sam observes 
Christmas 
In Our holidays. p53-78 (4-6) 
Irving, W. Old Christmas (7-8) 
Alabie H. W., ed. Book of Christmas. 

1909 (6-8) 
Pringle, M. P., and Urann. C. A. Yule- 
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Christmas — Continued 

St. Nicholas Christmas book. 1901 (3-5) 
Schauffler, R. H., ed. Christmas, its ori- 
gin, celebration and significance as re- 
lated in prose and verse. 1907 (5-8) 
Siepen, E. Christmas and New Year 

In Berlin, p80-4 (5-8) 
Stanton, E. C. Christmas on the Maj^- 
flower 
In Barstow's Explorers and settlers, 
p206-9 (4-8) 
Stone, G. L., and Fickett, M. G. First 
New England Christmas 
In Every day life in the colonies, pl-12 
(3-4) 
See also Christmas trees; Nicholas, 
Saint; Santa Claus 

Gifts 

Beard, L. and A. B. Christmas festivities 
and home made Christmas gifts 
In American girl's handv book, p317-33 
(5-7) 
Campbell, H. L. Fifty Christmas gifts^ 
/;; American girl's home book, p248-75 
(5-7) 
See also Gifts 

Parties 
Glover, E. H., ed. 
In "Dame Curtsey's" book of games for 
children, p35-9, 54-6, 106 (3-8) 

Plays 
Brooks, E. S. False Sir Santa Claus 
In St. Nicholas book of plays and 
operettas, pl09-38 (5-7) 
Carter, E. H. Christmas candles. 1915 

(5-8) 
D., S. J. Christmas eve at Mother Hub- 
bard's 
In St. Nicholas book of plays and 
operettas, pl53-72 (5-7) 
DeMille, W. C. Christmas spirit 
Eggleston, E: House of Santa Claus 
In St. Nicholas book of plays and 
operettas, p23-35 (5-7) 
Frank, M. M. Christmas eve with Charles 
Dickens 
In Short plays about famous authors, 
p97-132 (8) 
Grundy, F. C. Health, wealth, and hap- 
piness 
In BuUivant's Home plays, p75-90 (4-6) 

McFadden, E. A. Why the chimes rang. 

1915 
Mackay, C. D. On Christmas eve; The 
Christmas guest 
In House of the heart and other plays 
for children, pl43-68, 205-26 (5-8) 
Markham, C. How Christmas was saved, 
or The sorrows of Santa Claus 
In St. Nicholas book of plays and oper- 
ettas, second series, p67-88 (6-8) 
Meigs, C. Steadfast princess. 1916 (6-8) 
Merington, M. Christmas party 

In Festival plays, p263-302 (7-8) 
Murdock, C. A. Sixteenth-century Christ- 
mas 
In St. Nicholas book of plays and 
operettas, pl39-52 (5-7) 



Noyes, M. I. O., and Ray, B. H. Christ- 
mas eve 
hi Little plays for little people, pi 13-21 
(3-4) 
Skinner, A. M., ed. Christmas in many 
lands; Star in the East 
III Little folks' Christmas stories and 
plays, p 108-22, 265-75 (4-8) 
Stevenson, A. Puppet princess. 1915 

(5-7) 
Stevenson, E: L Revolt of the holidays 
In Harper's book of little plays, p21-51 
(5-6) 
Tucker, L. E., and Ryan, E. L. Christ- 
mas tree in New England 
In Historical plays of colonial days, 
pll5-21 (4-6) 
Varney, A. S. Christmas 

III Story plays, old and new, v3, pl52-61 

(2-5) 

Wells, C. The day before Christmas; 

Substitute for Santa Claus 

In Rainy day diversions, p217-53 (5-8) 

Wiggin, K. D. S.. and Ingersoll, H. 

Birds' Christmas Carol. 1914 (6-7) 
Woodbridge, E. Christmas conspiracy 
III St. Nicholas book of plays and oper- 
ettas; second series, p44-66 (6-8) 
Poetry 
Aldrich, T: B. Marjorie's almanac 

In Riverside readers, v4, plOO-3 
Bellamy, B. W., and Goodwin, M. W., eds. 
Holidays and holy days 
In Open sesame, vl, p210-23; v2, p353- 
65; v3, p340-56 (3-8) 
Blodgett, H. F. December 

In Riverside readers, v4, plOO 
Gary, A. Christmas story 
In Gary's Ballads for little folks, p2-9 
(3-4) 
Gary, P. Good little sister 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v3, pl23-6 (3) 
Christmas poems 

In Children's hour, v9, p307-26 (2-8) 
Coates, H: T., comp. Christmas and New 
Year 
In Children's book of poetry, p391-418 

(3-5) 
Deland, M. Christmas silence 
In Lovejoy's Nature in verse, p278-9 
(4-7) 
Dodge, M. M. Christmas; Christmas eve 
In When life is young, pll-12, 160-1 
(3-4) 
Dodge, M. M. Stocking song on Christ- 
mas eve; Song of Saint Nicholas 
In Rhymes and jingles, p30, 55-7 (2-3) 
Field, E. Jest 'fore Christmas 
In Love-songs of childhood, pll-14 
(3-5) 
Field, E. ' Peace of Chnstmas-time; 
Christmas treasures 
In With trumpet and drum, p51-3, 115- 
17 (3-5) 
Hartley, S. Holly . 

In Loveioy's Nature in verse, p2«U-l 
(4-7) 
Hawker, R. S. The holly 
In Lucas's Book of verses, pl7-18 (3-8) 



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Christmas — Poetry — Continued 

Lane, M. A. L. Hilda's Christmas 
In Cabot and others. Course in citizen- 
ship, pl9-20 
Longfellow, H: W. Love is not dead 
In Gould's Heroes of peace, pll8-19 
(5-8) 
Lovejoy, M. L, comp. Merry Christmas 

In Nature in verse, p279-80 (4-7) 
Lucas, E: V., comp. Christmas 

In Book of verses, p23-32 (3-8) 
McMurry, L. B., ed. Strange child's 
Christmas 
In Classic stories for the little ones, 
p40-2 (2-3) 
Moore, C. C. 'Twas the night before 

Christmas (1-2) 
— Same; with title Visit from St. Nicholas 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v4, p72-5 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v3, 

pi 59-60 
Scudder's Children's book, pl47-8 
Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 

p89-90 
Whittier's Child life, pl47-8 
Morrison, M. J. W., ed. Hang up the 
baby's stocking; Old Christmas rhyme 
hi Songs and rhymes for the little 
ones, p85-6, 183-5 (2-4) 
Poulsson, E. Santa Claus and the mouse 
In Morrison's Songs and rhymes for 
the little ones, pl40-2 
Poulsson's In the child's world, 
pl22-4 (2-4) 
Riley, J. W. Christmas memory; Dubi- 
ous "Old Kriss" 
In Book of joyous children, p92-7, 130-4 
(4-5) 
Riley, J. W. Who Santy-Claus wuz; 
Little Johnvs's Chrismus 
In Rhymes of childhood, p60-l, 121-4 
(5-8) 
St. Nicholas Christmas book. 1901 (3-5) 
Schauffler, R. H., ed. Christmas. 1907 

(5-8) 
Smith, E. S., and Hazeltine, A. L, comps. 
Christmas in legend and story. 1915 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
Christmas 
In Days and deeds: verse, p71-92 
(5-7) 
Thaxter, C. Piccola 

In Poulsson's In the child's world, pl29- 
30 (1-2) 
Thaxter, C. Sparrows 

In Thaxter's" Stories and poems for 
children. pl99-201 
Cabot and others. Course in citizen- 
ship [abridged], plOO-1 
— Same; with title Christmas in Norway' 
In Eddy's Friends and helpers, pl89-91 
Riverside readers [abridged], v4, p71- 
2 (3-5) 
Whittier, J: G., ed. Benny 

In Child life, p208-10 (5-7) 
Wiggin, K. D. S., and Smith, N. A., eds. 
In Golden numbers, p635-62 (6-8) 



Wiggin, K. D. S., and Smith, N. A., eds. 

In Posy ring, p255-73 (6-8) 
Wither, G: Christmas carol 

In Thacher's Listening child, p42 (5-7) 
Songs 
Ripley, F: H., and Tapper, T: Melodic 

readers, v2 (1-4) 
Wier, A. E., comp. Songs of Christmas 
In Songs the children love to sing, 
pi 86-95 

Stories 
Alcott, L. M. Christmas dream and how 
it came true 
In Lulu's library, vl, p7-35 (3-4) 
Alcott, L. M. Christmas turkey and how 
it came 
In Lulu's library, v3, p22-42 (3-4) 
Alcott, L. M. Country Christmas 

In Proverb stories, p84-123 (5-6) 
Alcott, L. M. How it all happened 
In Old-fashioned Thanksgiving, p37-52 
(4-5) 
Alcott, L. M. Tilly's Christmas 

In My boys, pl23-33 (4-5) 
Arnold, S. L., and Gilbert, C: B., eds. 
Birds' Christmas tree 
In Stepping stones to literature, v2, 
p96-8 (2) 
Arnstein, F. Christmas in the barn 

In Poulsson's In the child's world, pll9- 
22 (1-2) 
Bigham, M. A. Old woman's Christmas 
tree 
In Stories of Mother Goose village, 
pl05-ll (1-2) 
Butterworth, H. My grandmother's 
grandmother's Christmas candle 
I>i Colonial stories, retold from St. 
Nicholas, pl35-57 (4-6) 
Coolidge, S. How the cat kept Christ- 
mas 
In New-j^ear's bargain, pl99-223 (3-4) 
Coolidge, S. How the umbrella ran away 
with Ellie; Christie 
In Mischief's Thanksgiving, and other 
stories, p67-83, 225-44 (4) 
Crothers, S: M. Miss Muffet's Christmas 

party (5-6) 
De la Ramee, L. Dog of Flanders (4-7) 
Dickens, C: Christmas carol. See Dic- 
kens, C: 
Dickens, C: Cricket on the hearth (7-8) 
Dickinson, A. D., and Skinner, A. M. 
Children's book of Christmas stories 
(4-8) 
Foulke, E. E. Ruby's Christmas 
In Braided straws, p88-95 (2-3) 
Freeman, M. E. W. Christmas monks; 
Christmas masquerade 
In Pot of gold, and other stories, p69- 
97, 115-34 (5-6) 
Freeman, M. E. W. Young Lucretia; 
Where the Christmas-tree grew 
In Young Lucretia, and other stories, 
pl-19, 105-21 (5-6) 
Gladden, W. Santa Claus on a lark, and 
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97 



Christmas — Stories — Continued 

Jewett, S. O. Betty Leicester's Christ- 
mas (5-7) 
Jewett, S. O. Patty's dull Christmas 

In Play days, pi 80-200 (4-5) . 
Lindsay, M. Jar of rosemary; The 
promise 
hi The story-teller, p24-42 (2-4) 
Lindsay, M. Story of Gretchen 

In Mother stories, pl65-74 (2-3) 
Mabie, H. W., ed. Book of Christmas. 

1909 (6-8) 
MacDonald, E. A. B, and Blaisdell, M. F., 
eds. Christmas gift 
In Child life, v3, p74-8 (3-4) 
Miller, O. T. Kristy's queer Christmas 

(4-6) 
Molesworth, 'SI. L. S. Christmas-tree 

land, and Christmas posy (5-6) 
Page, T:N. Captured Santa Claus (4-5) 
Page, T: N. Santa Claus's partner (6-8) 
Page, T: N. Tommy Trot's visit to Santa 

Claus (1-3) 
Pritchard, S. J. First Christmas tree in 
Xew England 
In Colonial stories, retold from St. 
Nicholas, p62-81 (4-6) 
Pyle, K. Christmas angel (3-4) 
St. Nicholas Christmas book. 1901 (3-5) 
Sawyer. R. This way to Christmas 
Schauffler, R. H., ed. 

In Christmas, p241-99, 325-32 (5-8) 
Skinner, A. M., ed. Little folks' Christ- 
mas stories and plays. 1915 (4-8) 
Smith, E. S., and Hazeltine, A. I., comps. 

Christmas in legend and story. 1915 
Smith, N. A. Story of Christmas; Story 
of the forest; Piccola 
In Wiggin and Smith's Story hour, 
plOl-16. 146-64 (2-4) 
Stein, E. Christmas porringer (4-6) 
Stein. E. Little shepherd of Provence 

(4-6) 
Stockton, F. R: Christmas before last 
In Bee-man of Orn, p87-113 

Queen's museum, pl38-50 (4-6) 
Stockton, F. R: Christmas truants 
In Clocks of Rondaine, p75-91 
Fanciful tales, p 108-30 
Queen's museum, p32-42 (4-6) 

Stuart, R. ^I. Solomon Crow's Christmas 

pockets (6-7) 
Van Dyke, H: First Christmas tree (7-8) 
Van Dyke, H: Lost word (7-8) 
Van Dyke, H: Story of the other wise 

man (6-8) 
White, E. O. Christmas tree rehearsal 

In Ednah and her brothers, pl-12 (4-5) 
White, E. O. Riley's Christmas tree 

In When Molly was six, pl23-33 (3-4) 
Wiggin, K. D. S. Birds' Christmas Carol 

(4-7) 
Wright. AL O. Snow owl's Christmas 
party 

In Stories of plants and animals, pl24- 
43 (5-6) 



Christmas angel. Pyle, K. 
Christmas before last. See Stockton, F. R: 
Christmas candles. Carter, E. H. 
Christmas carol. See Dickens, C: 

Christmas child. Molesworth, M. L. S. 

In Carrots, etc. 199p (5-6) 
Christmas every day. Howells, W: D. 

Christmas in legend and story. Smith, 
E. S., and Hazeltine, A. L, comps. 

Christmas in Norway. See Thaxter, C. 
Sparrows 

Christmas porringer. Stein, E. 
Christmas posy. See Molesworth, M. L. S. 
Christmas-tree land 

Christmas presents. See Christmas— Gifts; 

Gifts 

Christmas spirit. De Mille, W: C. 
Christmas stories. Dickens, C: 
Christmas-tree land. Molesworth, M. L. S. 
Christmas trees 

Beard, L. and A. B. Christmas-tree deco- 
rations 
In Little folks' handybook, pl06-23 
(2-5) 
Glover, E. H., ed. Christmas tree for the 
baby 
In "Dame Curtsey's'' book of games for 
children, p34 (3-8) 
Pritchard, S. J. First Christmas tree in 
New England 
/;} Colonial stories, retold from St. 
Nicholas, p62-81 (4-6) 
Wheelock, L. Legend of the Christmas 
tree 
In Cabot and others. Course in citi- 
zenship, plOl-2 (1-8) 

Christmas truants. See Stockton, F. R: 

Christopher, Saint . 

Chenoweth, C. V. Saint Christopher 

In Stories of the saints, plOl-13 (5-6) 
Herbertson, A. G. Quest of Offero 

In Heroic legends, p234-53 (5-8) 
Scudder, H. E. Legend of St. Christopher 

In Scudder's Book of legends, p31-6 
Cabot's Ethicsfor children [adapted], 
plOO-3 
Steedman, A. Saint Christopher 

In In God's garden, p29-40 (4-5) 

Christ's Hospital, London 

Lamb, C: Recollections of Christ's Hos- 
pital 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p237-52 (7-8) 

Chronicle of the drum. Thackeray, W: M, 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p66-80 

Chrysalis. See Caterpillars; Moths 

Chrysanthemums 

Du Puy, W: A. Fattening chrysanthe- 
mums 
In Uncle Sam, wonder worker, p220-8 
(7-8) 
Chumley's post. Stoddard, W: O. 



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Church, Alfred John 

Aeneid for boj^s and girls, told from Vir- 
gil in simple language. 1908 Macmil- 
lan *$1.50 (5-8) 

Helmet and spear, new ed 1914 Macmil- 
lan *$1.75 (7-8) 

Stories from the wars of the Greeks and Ro- 
mans 

Heroes of chivalry and romance. 1898 
Macmillan *$1.75 (7-8) 

"Modern versions of Beowulf, King Arthur and 
the Round Table and the Treasure of the Nibe- 
lungs." N. Y. state lib. 

Iliad for boys and girls. 1907 Macmil- 
lan *$1.50 (5-7) 

Odyssey for boys and girls. 1906 Mac- 
millan *$1.50 (5-7) 

Pictures from Greek life and storJ^ Put- 
nam *$1.25 (7-8) 

Stories from English history. 1898 Mac- 
millan *$1.25 (6-8) 

"Connected and very readable history." Pitts- 
burgh 

Stories from Homer. 1901 Dodd $1.25 

(7-8) 
Stories from Livy. 1883 Dodd $1.2d 

(7-8) 

"Historical tales of the Romans from the 
founding of the city to the war with the Sam- 
nites." N. Y. city 
Stories from the Greek tragedians. 1879 
Dodd $1.25 (8) 

"The stories of Alcestis, Antigone, Iphigenia, 
Ion and others." N. Y. city 

Stories from Virgil. 1903 Dodd $1.25; 

Crowell 35c (7-8) 
Stories of Charlemagne and the twelve 

peers of France. 1902 Macmillan 

*$1.75 (7-8) 
Stories of the East from Herodotus. 

Dodd $1.25 (7-8) 

King Croesus, King Cyrus, Babylon, Egyp- 
tians, Cambyses, Darius 

Stories of the old world. 1905 Ginn *50c 
(5-7) 

Contents: Story of the Argo; Story of Thebes; 
Story of Troy; Adventures of Ulysses; Adven- 
tures of Aeneas 
Story of the Iliad. 1905 Macmillan *$1; 

(Standard school lib.) *50c (7-8) 
Story of the Odyssev. 1905 Macmillan 
*$1; (Standard school lib.) *50c (7-8) 
Story of the Persian war, from Herodo- 
tus. Dodd $1.25 (7-8) 
Three Greek children. 1889 Putnam *$1.25 
(7-8) 

"A tale of the Peloponnesian war, B. C. 431- 
404." N. Y. city 

Two thousand years ago. 1902 Dodd 
$1.25 (7-8) 

"The hero is a young Roman on board a vessel 
detailed for the suppression of pirates." Pitts- 
burgh 
Young Macedonian in the army of Alex- 
ander the Great. Putnam *$1.25 (7-8) 

Church 

Hale, E: E. Habits in church 
In How to do it, p217-25 

How to do it and How to live, pl57- 
63 (8) 
Church decoration 

How to decorate a church 
In Three hundred and one things a 
bright girl can do, p331-54 



Churches 

Paris, J: T. Going to church in early 

days 
■ In Real stories from our history, p29-37 
• (6-8) 
Chutter, Frances Elizabeth. See Grover, 

E. O., jt. auth. 
Cicadas (commonly called locusts) 

Bass, F. Story of a locust, or harvest fly 

In Stories of animal life, p45-9 (2-3) 
Beard, L. and A. B. Some of our out- 
door neighbors 
In What a girl can make and do, p371-3 
(5-7) 
Clark, F. C. Song of the cicada 

/;; Weed's Insect world, p70-7 (5-6) 
Daulton, A. i\I. Cicadas story 

In Skinner's Emerald story book, 
p220-5 (5-7) 
Gibson, W: H. Cicada's last song 

In Eye spy, p246-56 (6-8) 
Hook, S. L. Fairies' pets and their rela- 
tions 
In Little people, pl93-202 (4-5) 
Lane, M. A. L. and M., eds. The cicada; 
The cicada and the lyre 
In All the vear round, v4, p85-9 (3-4) 
Morley, lAI. W. 

In Insect folk, vl, pl43-51 (3-4) 
Pierson, C. D. Puzzled cicada 
In Among the meadow people, p87-92 
(3-4) 
W'eed, C. M. Our insect musicians 

In Stories of insect life, v2, pl-5 (4-5) 
Wright, J. M. Other hoppers 

In Seaside and wayside, v3, pi 17-18 
(4-5) 
Cicero 

Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Cicero 
In Famous men of Rome, p203-8 (4-6) 
Plutarch 

In Gould's Children's Plutarch; tales 
of the Romans, pl47-53 
White's Boys' and girls' Plutarch, 
p 190-228 
Tappan, E. ^l. Cicero, the great Roman 
orator 
In Old world hero stories, ptl, pl05-10 
(6-8) 

Cid, The 

Bonner, J: The Cid Campeador 

/;{ Child's history of Spain, p80-4 (7-8) 
Crommelin, E. G., ed. The Cid 

In Famous legends, p69-78 (4-5) 
Greene, F. N., and Kirk, D. W. The Cid 
(Rodrigo Diaz de Bivar) 
In With spurs of gold, p51-85 (6-7) 
Guerber, H. A. 
In Legends of the middle ages, p282- 
300 (8) 
Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. The 
Cid 
In Famous men of the middle ages, 
pl55-62 (4-6) 
Herbertson, A. G. How my Cid the Cam- 
peador won the favour of his king 
In Heroic legends, p42-61 (5-8) 
Holland, R. S. Cid Campeador of Spain 
In Historic heroes of chivalry, p72-93 
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99 



Cid, The — Continued 

Mabie, H. W., ed. The Cid 

III Heroes every child should know, 
pl44-69 (6-7) 
Morris, C: 
In Historical tales: Spanish, p81-95 
(7-8) 
Plummer, M. W. Stories from the 

Chronicle of the Cid. 1910 (6-8) 
Tappan, E. M. 

In Old world hero stories, pt2, pl06- 
11 (6-8) 
Wilson, C. D. Story of the Cid. 1901 
(7-8) 

Cimon 

Church, A. J: 

In Pictures from Greek life and story, 
pi 19-26 (7-8) 
Plutarch. Admiral of the fleet 
In Gould's Children's Plutarch; tales of 
the Greeks, p30-8 
Plutarch. Cimon 
In White's Boys' and girls' Plutarch, 
p306-25 

Cincinnatus 

Baldwin, J. Storj^ of Cincinnatus 

In Fifty famous stories retold, p76-81 
(2-4) 
Guerber, H. A. Farmer hero 

In Story of the Romans, p91-4 (6-8) 
Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Cincin- 
natus 
In Famous men of Rome, p76-81 (4-6) 
Liddell, H: G: Cincinnatus 

In Johonnot's Stories of the olden 
time, p 137-40 (6-7) 
Tappan, E. M. Cincinnatus, the man 
from the plow 
In Old world hero stories, ptl, p84-90 
(6-8) 

Cinderella 

In Baldwin's Fairy stories and fables, 

p 109- 19 
Crane's Cinderella's picture book 
Elias's Cinderella 

Lang's Cinderella, and other stories 
McMurry's Classic stories for little 

ones, p71-83 
Scudder's Book of fables and folk 

stories, p86-96 
Scudder's Book of folk stories, p55- 

66 
Scudder's Children's book, p79-83 

(2-4) 

Cinderella; play. Merington, M. 

In Fairy tale plays, p75-145 
Cinderella's picture book. Crane, W., il. 
Ciphers 

Bullivant, C. H: Ciphers and crypto- 
grams 
In Home fun, p527-32 (5-8) 
Circus 

Beard, D. C. Home-made circus; Circus 
in the attic 
In Jack of all trades, pl91-200, 253-62 
(5-7) 
Beard, D. C. How to have a circus in 
the woods 
In Boy pioneers, pl25-34 (5-8) 



Beard, L. and A. B. Wonderful circus at 
home with moving animals 
In Things worth doing, pl5-32 (6-7) 
Bullivant, C. H: Home circus 
In Home fun, p367-77 (5-8) 
Hall, A. N. Back-yard circus 
In Boy craftsman, p255-71 (6-8) 
See also Acrobats; Clowns 
Stories 
Kaler, J. O. Toby Tyler; or. Ten weeks 

with a circus (4-6) 
McFarlane, A. E. Redney McGaw (6-8) 
Cities 

Cabot, E. L., and others 

In Course in citizenship, p263-6 (1-8) 
Dole, C: F. City beautiful 

In Young citizen, pl32-44 (5-7) 
Dunn, A. W: How the community aids 
the citizen to satisfy his desire for 
beautiful surroundings 
In Community and the citizen, pi 52-68 
(6-8) 
Hotchkiss, C. W. Representative cities 

of the United States. 1913 (6-8) 
Johonnot, J., ed. Ruins of ancient cities 
In Geographical reader, p258-73 (7-8) 
Nida, W: L: City 

In City, state, and nation, pl-210 (7-8) 
Richman, J., and Wallach, I. R. Good 

citizenship. 1908 (5-8) 
Southworth, G. V., and Kramer, S. E. 
Great cities of the United States. 1916 
(6-8) 

See also City government; Civic im- 
provement; Street cleaning; also names 
of cities, as Boston; Chicago; Detroit; 
Edinburgh; New Orleans; New York 
(city); San Francisco 
Citizen bird. Wright, M. O., and Coues, E. 
Citizenship 
Brooks, E. S. 

In Centurv book for voung Americans, 
p203-17 (5-6) 
Cabot, E. L., and others. Course in citi- 
zenship. 1914 (1-8) 
Dole, C:F. American citizen. 1891 (7-8) 
Dole, C: F. Young citizen. 1899 (5-7) 
Dunn, A. W: Community and the citi- 
zen. 1914 (6-8) 
Field, J., and Nearing, S. Community 

civics. 1916 
Forman, S. E. Rights and duties of citi- 
zens 
In Our holidays, pl5-20 (4-6) 
Guitteau. W: B. Preparing for citizen- 
ship. 1913 
Hoxie, C: D. How the people rule. 1903 

(6-7) 
Richman, J., and Wallach, I. R. Good 
citizenship. 1908 (5-8) 

See also Patriotism; United States — 
Government; Voting 

Bibliography 
Cabot, E. L., and others. Course in citi- 
zenship. 1914 (1-8) 

City government 

Dunn, A. W: 
In Community and the citizen, p229-41 



(6-8) 



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City government — Continued 

Hill, I\I. Lessons for junior citizens. 

1906 (7-8) 
Hoxie, C: D. City government 

In How the people rule, p63-82 {6-7) 
Willard, C: D. City government for 
young people. 1906 (6-7) 
City government for young people. Wil- 
lard, C: D. 
City of the seven hills. Harding, C. H. and 

S: B. 
City, state, and nation. Nida, W: L: 
Civic improvement 

Baxter, S. Civic improvement 
In Barstow's Progress of a united peo- 
ple, pi 60-78 (4-8) 
Civil engineering. See Engineering; Sur- 
veying 
Civil government. See City government; 
United States — Government 

Civil government in the United States. 
Fiske, J: 

Civil service 

Marriott, C. Organizing the workmen 
In Uncle Sam's business, pl31-41 (7-8) 

Civil service reform 

Curtis, G: W: Civil service reform 

In Barstow's Progress of a united peo- 
ple, p26-8 (4-8) 
Gilder, R: W. Mr. ■ Cleveland and the 
"civil service 
In Barstow's Progress of a united peo- 
ple, p33-5 (4-8) 

Civil war. See United States — History — 
Civil war 

Civil war series. See Altsheler, J. A. 

Civil war stories, retold from St. Nicholas. 
(Historical stories) 1905 Century *65c 
(5-6) 

"Pictures civil war times through stories and 
original narratives." Oregon 

La civilite. Boutet de Monvel, L: M., il. 

Civilization 

True, J: P. Iron star (5-7) 

Clark, Alfred 

Ceylon. (Peeps at many lands) 1910 
Macmillan *60c (6-7) 

Clark, Alvan 

Eggleston, E: Greatest of telescope 
makers 
In Stories of American life and adven- 
ture, p201-7 (3-5) 

Clark, George Rogers 

Baldwin, J. Hannibal of the Northwest 
In Conquest of the old Northwest, 
pl50-78 (6-8) 
Beebe. K. Story of George Rogers Clark 
In Perry and Beebe's Four American 
pioneers, p72-132 (4-5) 
Blaisdell, A. F., and Ball, F. K. Hero of 
Vincennes 
In Hero stories from American his- 
tory, pl-17 (5-7) 
Cde, F. E. George Rogers Clark, the 
Washington of the Ohio valley 
In Makers of the nation, pl58-71 (4-6) 



Cooke, J: E. 
In Stories of the Old Dominion, p245- 
56 (5-6) 
Dickson, M. S. Homes beyond the moun- 
tain wall 
In Pioneers and patriots in early Amer- 
ican history, p92-8 (4-5) 
McMurry, C: A. George Rogers Clark 
In Pioneers of the Mississippi valley, 
_pl24-49 (5-6) 
]\Iorris, C: 
In Historical tales: American, v2, pl53- 
65 (7-8) 
Mowry, W: A: and A. M. George Rog- 
ers Clark 
In First steps in the history of our 
country, pi 59-67 (4-5) 
Mowry, W: A: and B. S. George Rogers 
Clark 
In American pioneers, pl27-37 (5-7) 
Roosevelt, T. George Rogers Clark and 
the conquest of the Northwest 
In Barstow's Westward movement, 
p61-8 
Lodge and Roosevelt's Hero tales 

from American history, p31-41 
Roosevelt's Stories of the great 
West, p55-65 (6-8) 

Stories 
Eggleston, G: C. Long Knives, the story 
of how they won the West (6-7) 

Clark, Henry Howard 

Boy life in the \J. S. navv. Lothrop $1.25 

(6-7) ; 

"P"ull of reliable information in regard to the 
service." N. Y. city 

Joe Bentlv, naval cadet. Lothrop $1.25 
{6-7) 

"Sequel to 'Boy life in the U. S. navy.' " N. Y. 
city 

Clarke, Eliot Channing 

Astronomv from a dipper. Houghton 
*60c (5-8) 

"Pocket handbook showing how to locate stars 
by means of the dipper." Olcott 

Clarke, Helen Archibald 

Child's guide to mythology. Doubleday 
*$1.25 (6-7) 

"Animal, tree and plant, sun, moon and stars, 
sky and air, mother and child myths, drawn from 
all sources and simply and attractively told for 
older children." A. L. A. bkl. 

Clarke, Michael 

Story of Aeneas. Am. bk. *45c (6-7) 
Story of Caesar. Am. bk. *45c (6-7) 

"A readable sketch of Roman history during 
Caesar's time, with emphasis on his character 
and victories." Oregon 

Story of Troy; adaptation of the Iliad. 
1897 Am. bk. *60c (5-6) 

Clarke, Rebecca Sophia 

Dottv Dimple series. 6v Lothrop ca 75c 
(2-4) 

Contents: Dotty Dimple at her grandmother's; 
Dotty Dimple out West; Dotty Dimple at school; 
Dotty Dimple at home; Dotty Dimple at play; 
Dottie Dimple's Flyaway 

Little Prudy series. 6v Lothrop ea 75c 
(2-4) 

Contents: Little Prudy; Little Prudy's sister 
Susy; Little Prudy's Captain Horace; Little 
Prudy's cousin Grace; Little Prudy's fairy [or 
story] book; Little Prudy's Dotty Dimple 



CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



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Clarke, W. J., and Dawson, Frederick 
Thomas 

Baseball. 1915 Scribner *$1 (7-8) 

"Of great value to any one interested in base- 
ball, but especially so to players and coaches of 
college and school teams." Carl L. Lundgren, 
Baseball coach, University of Michigan 

Clark's expedition to the Illinois, 1778-1779 
Stories 
Eggleston, G: C. Long Knives (6-7) 
Classic fables. Turpin, E. H: L., ed. 
Classic myths in English literature. Gay- 
ley, C: M., ed. 
Classic stories for the little ones. McMurry, 
L. B., ed. 

Classical literature. See Greek literature; 
Latin literature 

Claude Lightfoot. Finn, F. J. 
Claude Lorrain 

Gather, K. D. Joyous vagabond 
III Boyhood stories of famous men, 
p259-78 (6-8) 
Clement, C. E. 
In Stories of art and artists, p267-74 
(7-8) 

Claudy, Carl Harry 

Battle of base-ball. 1912 Century *$1.50 
(6-8) 
"Readable and reliable discussion of baseball 
strategy, with a chapter by Christy Mathewson 
on 'How I became a big league pitcher.' Forty- 
eight halftone photographs." N. V. state lib. 

First book of photography. 1912 McBride 
*75c (7-8) 

"Simple and practical directions for taking ko- 
dak pictures. Chapters on exposure, develop- 
ment and printing." Pittsburgh 
Partners of the forest trail. McBride *$1 
(6-8) 

A boy and his sister who are camping with their 
father in a Canadian forest are captured by 
friendly Ojibways. They escape from the Indian 
camp and make their way after many breathless 
adventures back to the blazed trail which little 
Nina has been thoughtful enough to make 

Clay, Beatrice 

Stories of King Arthur and his Round Ta- 
ble. Button $2.50 (5-8) 

Clay, Henry 

Bolton, S. K. Henry Clay 
In Famous American statesmen, p230- 
67 (7-8) 
Brooks, E. S. 
In Century book of famous Americans, 
pl38-40, 145-55 (4-6) 
Brooks, E. S. Story of Henry Clay, of 
Ashland 
In Historic Americans, p277-90 (8) 
Coe, F. E. Henry Clay, the great peace- 
maker 
In Makers of the nation, p296-302 (4-6) 
Foote, A. E., and Skinner, A. W. Henry 
Clay, the great peacemaker 
In Makers and defenders of America, 
pi 78-90 (4-8) 
Morris, C: Henry Clay, the great advo- 
cate of compromise 
In Heroes of progress in America, 
pl20-8 (7-8) 
Mowry, W: A: and A. M. Clay 

In First steps in the history of our 
country, p213-17 (4-5) 



Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
Henry Clay 
In Days and deeds: prose, p269-72 
(5-7) 
Clay, Oliver 
Treasure finders. 1914 Dufheld *$1.25 
(5-7) 

"Stones of the vikings, Columbus, Balboa, Ma- 
gellan, Cortes, Champlain and others." Cleve- 
land 

Clay modeling 

Adams, H. M. When mother lets us 

model. 1916 
Adams, J. H: Clay-modelling and plaster- 
casting 
In Harper's indoor book for boys. 
pl51-69 (5-8) 
Beard, L. and A. B. Baby alligators and 
other things of clay 
In Indoor and outdoor recreations for 
girls, pl93-205 (6-7) 
Beard, L. and A. B. Homemade candle- 
sticks 
In Things worth doing, p385-97 (6-7) 
Beard, L. and A. B. How to model in 
clay and wax 
In American girl's handy book, p257-65 
(5-7) 
Kelley, L. E. Clay modelling 
In Three hundred things a bright girl 
can do, p311-15 (7-8) 
Paret, A. P., ed. Clay-modelling and 
plaster-casting 
In Harper's handy-book for girls, pl51- 
67 (7-8) 
Sage, E., and Cooley, A. M. Some stories 
in clay 
In Occupations for little fingers, p60-6 
Clean Peter and the children of Grubbylea. 
Adelborg, O. 

Cleanliness 

Cabot, E. L. 

In Ethics for children, pl4-18 (1-6) 
Cabot, E. L., and others 
In Course in citizenship, pl2-16 (1-8) 
See also Baths and bathing; Hygiene; 
Soap; Street cleaning 
Cleared for action. Allen, W. B. 

Clemens, Samuel Langhorne (Mark Twain, 
pseud.) 

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Har- 
per $1.75 (7-8) 

Prince and the pauper. Harper $1.75 
(6-7) 

Tom Sawver. Harper $1.75; Holiday ed 
*$2 (7^) 

"A story of boys' pranks, _ their play at being 
pirates and robbers and their accidental discov- 
ery of a bona fide villain and his hidden treas- 
ure. Founded partly on incidents in the author's 
boyhood days in Missouri, seventy or eighty 
years ago." Utica 

Biography 

Bolton. S. K. Samuel Langhorne Clem- 
ens 
In Famous American authors, p365-86 
(7-8) 
Paine, A. B. Boys' life of Mark Twain. 

1916 
Wright, H. C. Mark Twain 

In Children's stories in American lit- 
erature, v2, p265-77 (7-8) 



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Clement, Mrs. Clara (Erskine) 

Stories of art and artists. Houghton *$4 
(7-8) 

"Best history of art written for children.' 
Pittsburgh 

Cleopatra, queen of Egypt 

Abbott, J. Historjr of Cleopatra (6-8) 
Farmer, L. H. Cleopatra 
In Girls' book of famous queens, p33- 
94 (7-8) 
Guerber, H. A. Antony and Cleopatra 
In Story of the Romans, p 192-7 (6-8) 
Plutarch. Description of Cleopatra 
In White's Boys' and girls' Plutarch, 
p375-9 

Clepsydra 

Bond, A. R. Sun dials and clepsydras 
In Scientific American boy at school, 
p229-33 (6-8) 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Southworth, G. V., and Kramer, S. E. 
In Great cities of the United States, 
pl37-54 (6-8) 

Cliff climbers. Reid, M. 

Cliff dwellers 

Cliff-dwellers of the Southwest 
/;;. World's story, vl2, p53-93 
Drake, S: A. 

In ]\Iaking of the great West, p39-52 
(6-8) 
Hazard, B. E., and Dutton, S: T. Cliff- 
dwellers 
In Indians and pioneers, p44-7 (6-7) 
Johonnot, J., ed. Cliff-dwellers 

In (Geographical reader, p3 19-25 (7-8) 
Lummis, C: F. Homes that were forts 
In Some strange corners of our coun- 
try, p94-121 (6-8) 
Schwatka, F: In the land of cave and 

cliff dwellers. 1899 (7-8) 
Starr, F: Cliff dwellings and ruins of the 
Southwest 
In American Indians, pl75-81 (4-6) 

See also Pueblo Indians 
Stories 
Altsheler, J. A. Apache gold (6-8) 
Bayliss. C. K. Lolami, the little cliff- 
dweller (4-5) 
Jewett. M. Hopi, the cliff dweller. 1909 
(1-2) 

Climate 

King, C: F. 
In Picturesque geographical readers, v2, 
pl20-8 (4) 

Climbing. See Steeple-climbing 

Climbing plants 

Gray, A. How plants behave (6) 

Clinton, De Witt 

Morris, C: De Witt Clinton, the father 
of the Erie canal 
In Heroes of progress in America, pl77- 
83 (7-8) 

Clive, Robert, baron 

Stories 
Henty, G: A. With Clive in India (6-8) 



Clocks and watches 

Adams, J. H: Clocks and timepieces 
In Harper's indoor book for bovs, p321- 
30 (5-8) 
Hall, A. N. Handy boy clocks 
In Handy boy, pll3-23 (6-8) 
King, C: F. Time-keepers; Making 
watches 
In Picturesque geographical readers, v3, 
pi 18-41 (4-5) 
Tappan, E. M. How^ the wheels of a 
watch go around 
In Makers of many things, p64-72 (5-6) 
Williams, A. 

* In How it w^orks, p410-30 (7-8) 
Williams, A. How a watch is made 
In How it is made, p294-310 (7-8) 
See also Clepsydra; Sun dials 

Stories 
Clark. M. G. What the clock told Dolly 
In Poulsson's In the child's world, p36- 
41 (1-2) 
Taylor, J. Discontented pendulum 
In Edgeworth's Waste not, want not, 
and other stories 
Poulsson's In the child's world, p41-3 
Scudder's Children's book, p360-l 
(2-5) 

Clocks of Rondaine. Stockton, F. R: 

/;; Clocks of Rondaine, and other sto- 
ries 
Fanciful tales, p52-80 
Queen's museum, pl02-24 

Clodd, Edward 

Childhood of the world: a simple account 
of man's origin and early history. 1914 
Macmillan *$1.25 (5-6) 

"Complete revision of the 1872 edition with the 
addition of considerable text, illustrations and 
bibliography." Wis. bul. 

Included because it is an excellent and practi- 
cally th« only elementary book on the subject. 
Caution should, however, be used in circulating 
it, as the radicalism of the section on religious 
belief will be found objectionable by many 

Cloister and the hearth. Reade, C: 

Cloth 

Chamberlain, J. F. Woolen cloth and 
clothing 
In How we are clothed, p72-9 (4-5) 
King, C: F. Suit of clothes 

In Picturesque geographical readers, v3, 
pl89-94 (4-5) 
See also Clothing; Cotton; Dyes and 
dyeing; Linen; Silk; Spinning; Weav- 
ing; Wool 
Clothes-pins 

Beard, L. and A. B. Toys of clothes- 
pins 
In Little folks' handybook, p55-63 
(2-5) 

Clothing 

Carpenter, F. G: How the world is 

clothed. 1908 (5-8) 
Chamberlain, J. F. How we are clothed. 

1904 (4-5) 
Gould, A. W. Borrowing clothing from 
others 
In Mother Nature's children, p217-24 
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103 



Clothing — Con tinned 

Keller, A. G., and Bishop, A. L. 
In Commercial and industrial geogra- 
phy, pl83-290 (7-8) 
Alacadam. G: How clothes became 
In Stories of the ancient world, retold 
from St. Nicholas, p69-77 (5-8) 
Mowry, W: A: and A. M. Clothing 
In American inventions and inventors, 
pl41-77 (5-8) 

See also Buttons; Costume; Dress- 
making; Furs; Hats; Lace; Shoes 

Clotilda, Saint, queen of the Franks 

Brooks, E. S. Clotilda of Burgundy: the 
girl of the French vineyards 
In Historic girls, p61-78 (6-7) 
Dalkeith, L. Story in praise of Queen 
Clothilde and King Clovis 
In Stories from French history, pl-16 ■ 
(5-6) 

Clouds 

Johonnot, J., ed. 

In Geographical reader, p360-5 (7-8) 

Ruskin, J: Clouds 

In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v8. pl96-9 
Strong, F. L., ed. 

In All the year round, v2, p91-2 (3-4) 

See also Sky; Weather 
Poetry 
Shelley, P. B. The cloud. See Shelley, 
P. B. 

stories 
Cooke, F. J. Palace of Alkinoos; The 
swan maidens 
In Nature myths and stories, p36-8, 54-5 
(2-4) 

Clough, Arthur Hugh 

Columbus 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v5, 
p245-6 
Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 
p244 (5-7) 
Say not the struggle nought availeth 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p329-30 (7-8) 
(tr.) Plutarch. Lives; abridged and an- 
notated for schools by Edwin Ginn 

Poetry 

Arnold, M: Thyrsis 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p308-16 (7-8) 

Clover 

Gibson, W: H. Luck in clovers 
In Eye spy, p213-20 (6-8) 

Poetry 

Higginson. E. Four-leaf clovers 

In MacDonald and Blaisdell's Child 
life, v5, p28 (5-6) 
Holm, S. Song of clover 
In Evans and others. Farm life read- 
ers. bk5, p282 
Lovejoy's Nature in verse, pl21 
(4-7) 

Clover; story. Coolidge, S. 



Clovis I, king of the Franks 

Dalkeith, L. Story in praise of Queen 
Clothilde and King Clovis 
In Stories from French history, pl-16 
(5-6) 
Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Clovis 
In Famous men of the middle ages, p61- 
70 (4-6) 
Lansing, M. F. Clovis, king of the 
Franks 
In Barbarian and noble, p80-91 (6-8) 
Price, L. L. Clovis the Frank 

In Wandering heroes, pll9-33 (3-5) 
Tappan, E. M. 

In Old world hero stories, pt2, p30-5 
(6-8) 
Clowns 

2\Iarcosson, I: F. Autobiography of a 
clown. 1910 (7-8) 
Club houses 

Beard, D. C. Tree-top club houses; How 
to build an underground club-house; 
Boys' club-house on the water 
In Jack of all trades, p3-18, 89-104 
(5-7) 
Bond, A. R. Club house on the lake 
In Scientific American boy at school, 
p28-41 (6-8) 
Hall, A. N. Back-yard club-house 
In Boy craftsman, pl75-85 (6-8) 
Hall, A. N. Castle club-house and home- 
made armor 
In Handicraft for handy boys, p404-15 
(6-8) 
Clubs. See Boy scouts; Camp fire girls; 
Club houses; Girls' clubs; Sons of 
Daniel Boone, Society of the; Tomato 
clubs; Woodcraft Indians 
Coal 

Andrews, J. A peep into one of God's 
storehouses 
In Stories Mother Nature told her 
children, plOl-14 (3-5) 
Blaich, L. R. 
In Three industrial nations, p274-80 
(6-8) 
Bradish, S. P. 

In Stories of country life, p96-130' (3-4) 
Carpenter, F. G: Travels in the coal 
regions 
In North America, p211-18 (5-6) 
Chamberlain, J. F, How coal is made 
and mined 
In How we are sheltered, pl57-67 (4-5) 
Chase, A., and Clow, E. 

In Stories of industry, vl, p5-24 (5-7) 
Coe, F. E. Word about coal 

In Makers of the nation, p367-72 (4-6) 
Cooke, A. O. Visit to a coal mine. 1912 

(5-7) 
Greene, H. Coal and the coal mines 

(7-8) 
Johnston, W: A. Coal miner 

In Deeds of doing and daring, p231-48 
(6-8) 
King. C: F. Coal mines 

/;; Picturesque geographical readers, v4, 
p71-86 (4-5) 
McTlvaine, C: Only a lump of coal 
In Outdoors, indoors, and up the chim- 
ney, p39-47 (5-7) 



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Coal — Continued 

Martin, E: A. Story of a piece of coal 

(7-8) 
Mowry, W: A: and A. M. 
In American inventions and inventors, 
p37-50 (5-8) 
Rocheleau, W: F. 

In Great American industries, vl, p7-44 
(5-7) 
Strong, F. L., ed. Coal forests; Coal 
mining 
In All the year round, v2, p35-41 (3-4) 
Tappan, E. M. In a coal mine 

In Diggers in the eartli, pl-10 (5-6; 
See also Geology; Mines and mining 
Coal and the coal mines. Greene, H. 
Coast changes 

Du Puy, W: A. Watching cities sink into 
the sea 
In Uncle Sam, wonder worker, pl69-81 
(7-8) 
Coasting 
Adams, J. H: Coasters, skees, and snow- 
shoes 
In Harper's outdoor book for boys,' 
plOl-10 (5-8) 
Dier, J. C, ed. Tobogganing 
In Book of winter sports, p247-78 (6-8) 
See also Toboggans 

Coates, Henry Troth 

(comp.) Children's book of poetry. 1879 
Winston $1.50 (3-5) 

"Treasure-trove of the children's own faV'Orite 
story-poems. Very popular." Pittsburgh 

vCoburn, Claire Martha 

Our little Swedish cousin. (Little cousin 
ser.) 1906 Page 60c (4-5) 

"Skating carnival, a Midsummer eve festival, 
a name-day party, preparations and festivities of 
Christmas, etc." A. L. A. bkl, 

Cochrane, Charles Henry 

Wonders of modern mechanism. 1899 
Lippincott *$1.50 (7-8) 

"Interesting articles on the most iniportant in- 
ventions of recent years. Describes modern sky- 
scraper office buildings, horseless carnages, the 
conveyance of electric power from Niagara, etc." 
Pittsburgh 

Cock-a-doodle Hill. Haines, A. C. 

Cock Robin 

/;; Norton's Heart of oak books, vl, 
p92-102 
O'Shea's Six nursery classics, p9-19 

Cock, the mouse and the little red hen. 
Lefevre, F. 

Cockroaches 
Miller, O. T. 
In Little folks in feathers and fur, pl56- 
60 (3-5) 
Morley, ^I. W. 

In Insect folk, vl, p41-51 (3-4) 

Cocoa. See Chocolate 

Cocoanuts 

Chamberlain, J. F. Cocoanut islands of 
the Pacific 
In How we are fed, pl39-45 (4-5) 

Cocoons. See Butterflies; Caterpillars; 
Moths 



Codd, Margaret Jane 

With Evans to the Pacific. 1909 Flana- 
gan 60c (6-8) 

"Experiences of two boys sailing with the fleet 
from Hampton Roads to San Francisco. Gives 
details of life on shipboard and descriptions of 
countries visited. Map and halftones." N. Y. 
state lib. 

Codfish 

Putnam, G. B. Cod and cod fishing 
In Lane's Industries of to-day, pl-11 
(5-6) 
Cody, Sherwin 

Four American poets. Am. bk. *50c 
(5-7) 

"Bryant, Longfellow, Whittier, Holmes. Most 
helpful." Pittsburgh 
Four famous American writers. 1899 Am. 
bk. *50c (5-7) 

Washington Irving, Edgar Allan Poe, James 
Russell Lowell, Bayard Taylor 

Cody, William Frederick 

Johnston. C: H. L. The Honorable 
William F. Cody: Buffalo Bill 
In Famous scouts, p296-336 (6-8) 
Sabin, E. L. Buffalo Bill and the over- 
land trail (7-8) 
Coe, Fanny E. 

Founders of our country. 1912 Am. bk. 
*50c (3-5) 

"Account of the discovery of America and of 

the early explorers and settlers. Follows the 

plan of the Committee of eight of the American 

historical association. Illustrated." Pittsburgh 

Heroes of everyday life. 1911 Ginn 

*40c (6-8) 
Makers of the nation. 1914 Am. bk. *56c 
(4-6) , . . 

"Stories of Americans who have left their im- 
print on history, either as frontiersmen, states- 
men, men of business sagacity, or generals, to 
which is added a chapter on our five great indus- 
tries. Classed list of books for future reading 
(4P)." A. L. A. bkl. 

Modern Europe. (World and its people) 
Silver *60c (5-7) 

"An account of Europe, its divisions, its cities, 
and its people." Wis. 
Our American neighbors. (World and 
its people) 1897 Silver *60c (4-6) 

"About people who live in Canada, Mexico, 
Central and South America." Utica 

Coe, Ida, and Christie, Alice J. 

Storv hour readers. 1913-15 Am. bk. 
primer and bk 1 ea *30c; bk 2 *35c; 
bk 3 *40c (1-3) 

Pittsburgh says of the 2 vols, for the first year: 
"Two of the best primers for library use. Good 
print, attractive pictures, well chosen material, 
unusual repetition stories." Volumes for second 
and third year are similar in make-up and style. 
They contain many myths and fairy stones 

Coffee 

Carpenter, F. G: Coffee 

In Foods, p297-308 (5-6) 
Carpenter. F. G: In the land of coffee 

In South America, p257-67 (5-6) 
Carpenter, F. O. Coffee 

In Foods and their uses, pl70-4 (5-8) 
Chamberlain, J. F. On a coffee planta- 
tion 

In How we are fed, pl04-12 (4-5) 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: Coffee m- 
dustry in Brazil 

In South America, p59-66 (5-7) 
Kirby, M. and E. Story of the coffee 

/;/ Aunt Martha's corner cupboard, p77- 
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105 



Coffee — Continued 

Markwick, W: F., and Smith, W: A. In- 
dustries of Venezuela 
/?!• South American republics, p88-90 
(S-7) 
Rogers, J. E. 
In Book of useful plants, p279-87 
Coffin, Charles Carleton 

Abraham Lincoln. Harper $2 (7-8) 

"By a personal acquaintance." N. Y. state lib. 

Boys of 76. 1876 Harper $2 (6-8) 

"Story of the battles of the revolution." Utica 

Boys of '61. 1899 Page $1 (6-8) 

"Soldier's life during the civil war, in the 
hospital, on the march, and in the hour of bat- 
tle." Pittsburgh 

Building the nation. 1902 Harper $2 
(6-7) 

"The events in the history of the United States 
from 1783 to i860, showing expansion of terri- 
tory and spread of civilization." Wis. free lib. 
com. 
Drum-beat of the nation [1861-62]. Har- 
per $2 (6-8) 

The civil war from its outbreak to the close of 
1862 
Following the flag. Page $1.25; 50c (6-8) 

"Movements of the army of the Potomac under 
McClellan. The material in the main is compiled 
from reports of the generals, though somewhat 
mixed with fiction." Pittsburgh 

Freedom triumphant [1864-65]. 1891 
Harper $2 (6-8) 
The civil war from 1864 to its close 

Marching to victory [1862-63]. 1902 

Harper $2 (6-8) 
Mv days and nights on the battle-field. 

Page $1.25; 50c (5-7) 

"The author's own experiences at the battle of 
Bull Run, the naval fight at Memphis, . . . cap- 
ture of Forts Henry and Donelson." Pittsburgh 

Old times in the colonies. 1908 Harper 
$2 (6-8) 

"Sketches colonial life from discovery and 
settlement to 1760." N. Y. state lib. 

Redeeming the republic [1864]. 1890 

Harper $2 (6-8) 
Winning his way. Page $1.25; 50c (6-7) 
Civil war story 

Coins 

Our colonial coins 
In Colonial stories, retold from St. 
Nicholas, pl91-4 (5-6) 
Rocheleau, W: F. Coinage 
In Great American industries: minerals, 
pl92-5 (5-7) 
See also Money; Seals (numismatics) 
Cold storage. See Refrigeration 
Cole, Thomas 

Bolton, S. K. Thomas Cole 
In Lives of poor boys who became 
famous, p270-83 (7-8) 
Coleman, Walter Moore 

Handbook of the people's health. 1913 
Macmillan *75c (7-8) 

"Textbook for the upper grades, giving the es- 
sentials of hygienic living and of the prevention 
of disease. Thoroughly modern in viewpoint, it 
shows the relation of private and public hygiene, 
and of rural and urban sanitation. Profusely il- 
lustrated." A. L. A. bkl. 

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor 

Kubla Khan 
In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, v3, p76-8 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v6j 
p297-9 (7-8) 



Language of birds 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v2, 
p51 (2-3) 
Names 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p228 (7-8) 

Rime of the ancient mariner 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
pl68-92 (7-8) 

Biography 

Wright, H. C. Nineteenth century poetry 
In Children's stories in English litera- 
ture, v2, p432-7 (7-8) 

Colette in France. MacDonald, E. A. B. 

Collection of poetry for school reading. 
White, AL, comp. 

Collectors and collecting 

Bullivant, C. H: Collecting: autographs, 
birds' eggs, butterflies and moths; 
Making of a botanical collection; How 
to form a home museum 
In Every boy's book of hobbies, p259- 
96 (7-8) 
Campbell, H. L. Hints on making small 
collections ^» 

In American girl's home book, p204-14 
(5-7) 
Collections 
In Games book for boys and girls, 
p3 77-93 (4-6) 
Cragin, B. S. Our insect friends and foes; 
how to collect, preserve and study them. 
1899 (7-8) 
Fraser, C. C. Making collections 

In Every boy's book of handicraft, 
sports and amusements, p253-76 
(6-8) 
Miller, C. H. Nature study 
In Outdoor sports and games, pl50-7 
(6-8) 
Miller, M. R. Making collections 

In Outdoor work, p349-403 (6-8) 
Verrill, A. H. Boy collector's handbook. 
. 1915 (5-8) 

Verrill, A. H. Harper's book for young 
naturalists. 1913 (6-8) 

See also Aquariums; Coins; Herbari- 
ums; Museums; Postage stamps 

College stories 

Barbour, R. H: Arrival of Jimpson (7-8) 
Barbour, R. H: Behind the line (6-8) 
Barbour, R. H: Weatherby's inning 

(7-8) 
Brown, H. D. Two college girls (7-8) 
Brown, K. H. Philippa at Halcyon (8) 
Camp, W. C. Dannv, the freshman (6-8) 
Camp, W. C. Jack Hall at Yale (7-8) 
Deland, E. D. Alan Ransford (8) 
Ellis, K. R. Wide awake girls at col- 
lege (5-7) 
Fuller, C. M. Across the campus (8) 
Grey, Z. Young pitcher (7-8) 
Paine, R. D. Campus days (7-8) 
Paine, R. D. College years (8) 
Quirk, L. W. Baby Elton, quarter-back 
(6-8) 
• Quirk, L. W. Freshman Dorn, pitcher 
(6-8) 



106 



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College stories — Coiitiinied 

Webster, J. When Patty went to college 
(7-8) 
See also School stories 
College years. Paine, R. D. 

College yells 
Beard, D. C. 
In Outdoor handy book, p412-18 (5-7) 

Colleges. See College stories; College 
yells; Commencement; Eton college; 
Harvard university; Oxford university; 
Student life; Yale university; also Cor- 
nell, Ezra 

Collins, Archie Frederick 

Book of electricity. 1916 Appleton *$1 

(7-S) 
Book of magic. 1915 Appleton =^$1 

"A new trick book and one of the best of its 
kind. Gives detailed directions for performing 
tricks which need no skill and very little prac- 
tice, those which require easily made apparatus 
and som« practice, those which require both ap- 
paratus and skill, tricks with cards, coins and 
handkerchiefs." A. L. A. bkl. 

Book of stars. 1915 Appleton *$1 (6-8) 
Book of wireless. 1915 Appleton *$1 
. (7-8) 
Collins, Francis Arnold 

Inventing for boys. 1916 Stokes *$1.35 

(7-8) 
Boys' book of model aeroplanes. 1910 
Century *$1.20 (6-8) 

"Contains clear directions for building and fly- 
ing toy gliders, monoplanes, biplanes and other 
models, an interesting story of the evolution of 
the flying machine and an account of the Wright 
brothers' experiments. Useful illustrations, 
photographs and diagrams by the author." A. L. 
A. bkl. 
Second boys' book of model aeroplanes. 
1911 Century *$1.20 (6-8) 

"Brings to date (191 1) the science and sport 
of model aeroplane construction and flying." Ore- 
gon 

Wireless man; his work and adventures 
on land and sea. 1912 Century *$1.20; 
Grosset (Every boj^'s lib.) *50c (6-8) 

"Explains how wireless telegraphy works, about 
its different uses and the necessary equipment. 
Also gives an account of stirring wireless rescues. 
Illustrated with photographs and diagrams." 
Pittsburgh 

CoUodi, C, pseud. See Lorenzini, C. 
Coloma, Louis de 

Perez the mouse; adapted from the Span- 
ish by Lady Moreton. Lane *35c (1-2) 

"Little King Bubi, changed into a mouse, visits 
the Perez family, who live in a biscuit tin, and 
Giles, a poor little boy. First written to amuse a 
real boy king. Colored pictures." Pittsburgh 

Colombia 

Carpenter. F. G: Republic of Colombia 

In South America, p29-38 (5-6) 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: 

In South America. pl69-85 (5-7) 
Markwick, W: F., and Smith. W: A. 
In South American republics, p31-56 
(5-7) 
Colonial children. Hart, A. B.. and Hazard, 

B. E., eds. 
Colonial days. Gordy, W. F. 

Colonial period. See United States — His- 
tory — Colonial period: L^nited States — 
Social life and customs — Colonial 



Colonial stories, retold from St. Nicholas. 
(Historical stories) Century *65c 
(5-6) 

"About Pocahontas, the Pilgrims, old New 
York, Bacon's rebellion, Washington's boy life, 
two colonial Christmas stories." N. Y. city 

"Stories, poems, and sketches, chiefly of the 
English and Dutch settlers." Oregon 

Colonies. See England — Colonies 

Colonists and the revolution. Barstow, 
C: L., ed. 

Colonization of America. Gilman, A. 

Colonna, Vittoria, marchesa di Pescara 

Holland, R. S. Vittoria Colonna 
In Historic girlhoods, p41-9 (6-8) 

Color photography 

Maule, H, E: ^lore marvels of science. 
In Boy's book of new inventions, p352- 
62 (6-8) 

Colorado 

Jackson, H. H. Colorado scenerj^ 

In Johonnot's Geographical reader, 
p37S-82 (7-8) 
Sec also Denver; Pike's Peak 

Stories 
Coolidge, S. Clover (6-8) 
Coolidge, S. In the High Valley (6-8) 
Jackson, H. H. Nelly's silver mine (4-6) 

Colorado river 

Booth, W: S., ed. Shooting the Grand 
canyon 
In Wonderful escapes bj^ Americans, 
p267-80 (6-8) 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H : Caiion of 
the Colorado 
In North America, pl26-33 (5-7) 
Eggleston, E: Descending the Grand 
canyon 
In Stories of American life and adven- 
ture, pl78-82 (3-5) 
Lummis, C: F. Grandest gorge in the 
world 
In Some strange corners of our country, 
pl-19 (6-8) 
McMurry. C: A, Powell's journey through 
the Grand canon 
In Pioneers of the Rocky mountains 
and the West, pll4-64 (5-6) 
Owens, J. G. Grand caiion 
In Our country: West, pl61-6 (4-6) 

Colossus of Rhodes 

Beard, L. and A. B. Miniature Colossus 
of Rhodes 
In Things worth doing, p233-43 (6-7) 
Clement, C. E. 
In Stories of art and artists, p24-6 
(7-8) 
Guerber, H. A. Colossus of Rhodes 
In Story of the Greeks, p262-4 (6-8) 

Colson, Elizabeth, and Chittenden, Anna 
Gansevoort 

(comps.) Children's letters. Hinds $1; 
school ed 40c (6-8) 
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107 



Colum, Padraic 

Boy in Eirinn. (Little schoolmate ser.) 
Button *$1.25 (5-7) 

"Delightful picture of the everyday life of an 
Irish peasant lad, into which are introduced the 
Irish legends and hero tales of the 'Children of 
Lir,' 'Finn MacCoul,' 'King Brian' and 'Daniel 
O'Connell.' " Cleveland 

King of Ireland's son. Holt *$2 

Columba, Saint 

Chenoweth, C. V. Saint Columba 
In Stories of the saints, pi 17-37 (5-6) 

Macgregor, M. Saint Columba 
In Stories of three saints, p40-85 (4-5) 

Columbian peace plow 

Gould, F: J. Glorious plow 

/» Heroes of peace, p87-91 (5-8) 

Columbus, Christopher 

Arnold, S. L., and Gilbert, C: B., eds. 
Columbus 
In Stepping stones to literature, v3, 
p50-6 (3) 
Baldwin, J. Columbus and the egg 
In Thirty more famous stories retold, 
p7-9 (3-5) 
Barstow, C: L., ed. 

In Explorers and settlers, pl5-34 (4-8) 
Bolton, S. K. Christopher Columbus 
/;;. Famous voyagers and explorers, pl- 
72 (7-8) 
Brooks, E. S. True story of Christopher 

Columbus. 1892 (4-6) 
Brown, E. C. Columbus and the new 
world 
In Johonnot's Ten great events in his- 
tory, p 11 7-44 (6-8) 
Clay, O. Man who found a country 
In Treasure finders, p26-58 (5-7) 
Coe, F. E. Early years of Columbus; 
First voyage of Columbus; Later voy- 
ages of Columbus 
In Founders of our country, p7-35 
(3-5) 
Columbus, F. First landing of Columbus 

In World's story, vll, p539-45 
Cooper, J. F. Glimpse of Columbus in 
Spain 
/;; World's story, v5, p474-82 
Eggleston, E: Christopher Columbus 
In First book in American history, pl- 
17 (3-5) 
Foote, A. E., and Skinner, A. W. Colum- 
bus — the discovery of America 
In Explorers and founders of America, 
p24-37 (7-8) 
Gordy, W. F. Christopher Columbus 
In Stories of American explorers, pl- 
21 (5-6) 
Gordy, W. F. Christopher Columbus 
and the discovery of America 
In American leaders and heroes, pl-21 
(5-6) 
Griffis. W: E. 
In Romance of discovery, p83-98, 112-18 
(7-8) 
Guerber, FL A. Columbus 

In Story of the thirteen colonies, p36- 
59 (5-7) 
Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Chris- 
topher Columbus 
In Famous men of modern times, pl6- 
30 (4-6) 



Hale, E: E., ed. 

In Stories of discovery, plO-33 (6-8) 
Hazard, B. E., and Button, S: T. Chris- 
topher Columbus, the world's sea 
hero 
In Indians and pioneers, p95-lll (6-7) 
Higginson, T: W. Columbus and his 
companions 
In Young folks' book of American ex- 
plorers, pl9-52 (6-8) 
Holland, R. S. Christopher Columbus 

In Historic boyhoods, p9-20 (6-8) 
Horsford, I. M. Christopher Columbus 
In Stories of our holidays, p7-18 (1-2) 
Imlach, G. M. Story of Columbus. 1906 

(4-7) 
Irving, W. Return of Columbus 
In Johonnot's Stories of other lands, 
p7-15 
World's story, v5, p483-6 
Johnson, W: H: Columbus 

In World's discoverers, pl8-92 (7-8) 
Lawler, T: B. Story of Columbus and 

Magellan. 1905 (5-6) 
— Same [excerpt] ; with title Columbus, 
the Italian sailor, and what he found 
In Young and Field literary readers, 
v5, pl67-84 
Lummis, C: F. A muddled geography; 
Colunibus, the finder 
In Spanish pioneers, p25-42 (7-8) 
McMurry, C: A. Christopher Columbus 
In Pioneers on land and sea, pl22-60 
(5-6) 
Moores, C: W. Story of Christopher Co- 
lumbus for boys and girls. 1912 (5-8) 
Howry, W: A: and A. M. Christopher 
Columbus 
In First steps in the history of our 
country, pl5-29 (4-5) 
Seelye, E. E. Story of Columbus (6-7) 
Shaw, E: R: Columbus 
In Biscoverers and explorers, p24-39 

(4) 
Stapley, M. Christopher Columbus. 1915 

(6-8) 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
Biscovery day 
In Bays and deeds: prose, pl42-9 (5-7) 
Synge, M. B. Christopher Columbus 

In Book of discovery, pl55-64 
Tappan, E. M. Christopher Columbus 
In Old world hero stories, pt2, pl70-6 
(6-8) 
Wright, H. C. Columbus and the discov- 
ery of America 
In Children's stories in American his- 
tory, p38-60 (5-7) 

Plays 

Varney, A. S. Columbus 

In Story plays, old and new, v3, pll5- 
29 (2-5) 

Poetry 
Clough, A. H. Columbus 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, vo, 
p245-6 
Stevenson's Bays and deeds: verse, 
p244 (5-7) 



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Cblumbus — Poetry — Continued 
Miller, J. Columbus 
In Barstow's Explorers and settlers, p2 
Riverside readers, v7, pl-2 
World's story, vl2, p9-10 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 

In Days and deeds: verse, p241-4 (5-7) 
Trowbridge, J: T. Columbus at the con- 
vent 
In Johonnot's Grandfather's stories, 
pl09-ll (3-4) 

Stories 
Coryell, J: R. Diego Pinzon (6-7) 
Harrison, E. Story of Christopher Co- 
lumbus for little children 
In In story-land, pl61-77 (3-4) 
Seawell, M. E. Son of Columbus (5-7) 
Coman, Katharine. See Bates, K. L., jt. 

comp. 
Come lasses and lads 

In Caldecott's collection of pictures and 
songs, v2 
Caldecott's Panjandrum picture book 
Caldecott's Picture book, v4 
Comets 

Ball, R. S. Comets and shooting stars 
In Star-land, p255-317 (6-8) 
See also Astronomy 
Comic tragedies. x\lcott, L. M. 
Coming of the white men. Wade, AI. H. B. 
Commencement 

Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
Commencement 
In Days and deeds: verse, pl36-8 (5-7) 
Commerce 

Cabot, E. L., and others. Interdepend- 
ence of nations 
In Course in citizenship, p342-7 (1-8) 
King, C: F. 

/;; Picturesque geographical readers, v3, 
pi 71 -80; v4, pi 59-72 (4-5) 
Luther, A. V. Trading and exploring. 
1912 (4-5) 

See also Geography, Commercial; 
Merchant marine; also names of coun- 
tries, subhead Commerce; as United 
States — Commerce 
Commercial and industrial geography. Kel- 
ler, A. G., and Bishop, A. L. 
Commercial geography. See Geography, 

Commercial 
Commodore Bainbridge. Barnes, J. 
Community and the citizen. Dunn, A. W: 
Community civics. Field, J., and Nearing, S. 
Community hygiene. Hutchinson, W. 
Compass 

Beard, L. and A. B. 

In On the trail, p36-8 (6-8) 
Parton, J. Mariners' compass 
In Lane's Triumphs of science, pl47-54 
(5-6) 
Verrill, A. H. Compass and how to use it 
In Boys' outdoor vacation book, p82-91 
(5-8) 
Complete Mother Goose. Betts, E. F., il. 

Complete version of Ye three blind mice. 
Ivimey, J: W. 



Compressed air 

Tappan, E. M. About compressed air 
In Travelers and traveling, p44-53 (5-6) 
Compton, Margaret, pseud. 

American Indian fairy tales. Dodd $1.50 

"New edition of Compton's 'Snowbird and 

water tigper;' well-told myths, legends and folk 

tales, very few of which are in other collections." 

Cleveland 

Comstock, Mrs. Anna (Botsford) 

Pet book. 1914 Comstock pub. co. =^$2 
(5-8) 

"Will be of great help in schools that attempt 
to keep living animals on hand for use in con- 
nection with nature study or biological instruc- 
tion." Independent, Feb. 8, 1915 

"Interesting and useful information on the care 
of many kinds of pets, mammals, birds, fish, 
arnphibians, reptiles and invertebrates. Some- 
thing concerning their native surroundings is 
given, with instructions on their housing, food, 
care, and the treatment of the minor ailments. 
Rather full references at chapter ends. Many 
interesting illustrations." A. L. A. bkl. 

Ways of the six-footed. 1903 Ginn *50c; 
school ed *40c (7-8) 

"On mosquitos, katydids, wasps, moths, ants, 
and other common insects." Oregon 

See also Comstock, J: H:, jt. auth. 
Comstock, Fanny Amanda 

Dickens dramatic reader. 1913 Ginn *60c 
(6-8) 
Comstock, Mrs. Harriet Theresa 

Camp Brave Pine. Crowell *$1 (7-8) 

"Jolly story of wholesome Camp fire girls and 
their summer on a New Hampshire farm." Wis. 
bul. 

Comstock, John Henry 

Insect life. Appleton *$1.75 (8) 

"Clear, scientific, admirably illustrated. Direc- 
tions for collecting and preserving specimens." 
N. Y. state lib. 

Comstock, John Henry, and Comstock, Mrs. 
Anna (Botsford) 

Manual for the study of insects. 1909 
Comstock pub. co. *$3.75 (7-8) 

"For the young collector. Describes common 
species, and their habits. Well illustrated and 
contains keys to orders and families." Olcott 

Concise history of Ireland. Joyce, P. W. i 
Concord hymn. Emerson, R. W. 

1)1 Norton's Heart of oak books, v5, 
p294 
Stevenson's Day and deeds: verse, 
p207 (5-7) 
Concrete 

Carpenter, F. G: Artificial stone — con- 
crete, cement, and plaster 
In How the world is housed, pl22-6 
(5-7) 
Chamberlain, J. F. Artificial stone 

hi How we are sheltered, pl39-42 (4-5) 
Maule. H. E: Romance of concrete 
In Boy's book of new inventions, p288- 
319 (6-8) 
Tappan, E. M. Houses of sand 

In Diggers in the earth, p20-30 (5-6) 

Condors 

Johonnot, J. Gluttons in feathers 

In Neighbors with wings and fins, p94-6 
(3-5) 
Conduct 

Cabot, E. L. Ethics for children. 1910 

(1-6) . . 

Cabot, E. L., and others. Course in cit- 
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Conduct — Continued 

Garrison, W. P. Parables for school and 

home. 1898 (6-7) 
Gatty, M. S. Parables from nature. 1905 

(5-7) 
Hale, E: E. How to do it (8) 
Hale, E: E. How to do it and How to 

live. 1900 
Jackson, H. H. Bits of talk in verse and 

prose for young folks. 1904 
Ruskin, J: Rich and poor 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
pi 72-8 (7-8) 
Taylor, J. Rules and spiritual arts of 
lengthening our days 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p288-95 (7-8) 
Wallace, H: Letters to the farm boy 

(7-8) 
See also Character; Faith; ^Manners 
Stories 
Alcott, L. M. Garland for girls (5-7) 
Alden, R. M. Why the chimes rang (2-4) 
Edgeworth, M. Moral tales for young 

people (5-6) 
Edgeworth, M. Parents assistant (5-6) 
Edgeworth, j\I.. and others. Waste not, 

want not, and other stories (5-6) 
Hays, H. Princess Idleways (3-4) 
Lucas, E: V., comp. Old fashioned tales 

(4-5) , . . 

IMoulton, L. C. ]More bed-tmie stories 

(4-5) 

Zollinger, G. Maggie jMcLanehan (5-7) 

Zollinger, G. Widow O'Callaghan's boys 

(5-7) 

Confectionery. See Candy 

Confucius 

In the earliest days; Confucius and his age 

In World's story, vl. pl-33 
Van Bergen, R. Confucius 

In Story of China, pl26-33 (7-8) 

Congo river 
Badlam, A. B. 

Ill Views in Africa, p79-83 (6-7) 
Carpenter, F. G: 
In Africa, p222-46 (6-7) 
Congress. See United States — Congress 
Conjuring. See Magic; Tricks 
Connecticut 

Newton, C. C. Once upon a time in Con- 
necticut. 1916 (6-7) 

See also Charter oak; New Haven col- 
ony 

Connolly, John Brendan 

Jeb Hutton; the story of a Georgia boy. 
Scribner *$1.20; Grosset (Every boy's 
lib.) *50c (7-8) 

"Adventures on a government dredge on the 
Savannah river, and development of a fine 
friendship between two young men." N. Y. state 
lib. 

Connor, Ralph, pseud. 

Glengarry school davs. Revell *$1 ; Gros- 
set 75c (7-8) 

"The simple country life of the boys and girls 
in a backwoods school in Canada." Hewins 

Conquest of Mexico. See Prescott, W^: H. 
Boys' Prescott 



Conquest of the old Northwest and its set- 
tlement by Americans. Baldwin, J. 

Conradi, Albert Frederick, and Thomas^ 
W. A. 

Farm spies. 1916 Macmillan *50c (5-6) 

" 'How two boys investigated field crop in- 
sects.' In supplementary reader form the book 
gives information on growth and habits, methods 
of fighting the enemies of such common crops as 
corn, cotton, and others." A. L. A. bkl. 

Conservation 

Dunn, A. W: 
In Community and the citizen, pl27-31 
(6-8) 
Hornaday, W: T. Conservation of wild 
life and forests 
In Boy scouts of America. Official 
handbook, pl63-6 (6-8) 
Price. O. W. Land we live in. 1911 

(6-8) 
Roosevelt, T. On conservation 

In Barstow's Progress of a united peo- 
ple, p51-3 (4-8) 
See also Forestry 
Conspiracy of Pontiac. Parkman, F. 
Constantine the Great 

Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Con- 
stantine the Great 
In Famous men of Rome, p254-61 (4-6) 
Tappan, E. M. 
In Old world hero stories, ptl, pl25-30 
(6-8) • 
Constantinople 

Carpenter, F. G: In Constantinople; 
Among the INIohammedans 
In Europe, p361-81 (5-6) 
Gibbon, E: Constantinople, a city built 
to order; Fall of Constantinople 
In World's story, v6, p455-9, 480-7 
Tappan". E. M. Fall of Constantinople, 
1453 
In Old world hero stories, pt2, pl61-5 
(6-8) 
See also Pulcheria, Byzantine empress 
Constitution (ship) 

Blaisdell, A. F., and Ball, F. K. "Old 
Ironsides" 
In Hero stories from American history, 
pi 69-84 
Heroic deeds of American sailors 
[condensed], pl-14 (5-8) 
Hart, A. B., and Chapman, A. B., eds. 
Constitution and Guerriere 
In How our grandfathers lived, p238-40 
(6-8) 
Ingersoll, E. 

In Book of the ocean, p 130-3 (6-8) 
Johonnot, J., ed. Old Ironsides 

In Stories of heroic deeds, pl37-42 
(3-5) 
Morris, C: Isaac Hull and his work with 
"Old Ironsides" 
In Heroes of the navy, pl53-65 (6-8) 
Orme, W. On board the Guerriere 
In Hart and Chapman's How our 
grandfathers lived, p243-7 (6-8) 
Poetry 
Holmes, O. W. Old Ironsides 
In Hart and Chapman's How our grand- 
fathers lived, p264-5 
Scudder's Children's book, p414-15 



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Constitution (ship) — Poetry — Continued 
— Same; with title Old Constitution 

In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, v2, p29-30 

Constitution of the United States. See 

United States — Constitution; United 
States — Government 

Construction and flying of kites. JMiller, 
C: M. 

Consular service 

Marriott, C. Uncle Sam, trader 
In Uncle Sam's business, p48-53 (7-8) 

Contagion and contagious diseases 

Du Pu}', W: A. Conquering contagion 
In Uncle Sam's modern miracles, pl-14 
(8) 

Contentment 

Poetry 
Cary, P. Suppose 
In Cabot and others. Course in citizen- 
ship, p77-9 
Morrison's Songs and rhymes for 
the little ones, pl33-4 (2-4) 
Jewett, S. O. Discontent 

In Lane's All the year round, v4, p7-8 
Lovejoj^'s Nature in verse, pl28-9 

Stories 
Andersen, H. C. Fir-tree 

/;; Boston collection of kindergarten 
stories, pl59-66 
Dickinson and Skinner's Children's 

book of Christmas stories, p6-18 
MacDonald and Blaisdell's Child life, 

v3, p 119-28 
McMurry's Classic stories for the lit- 
tle ones, p43-51 
Scudder's Children's book, pl67-72 
Strong's All the year round, v2, p50-5 
De la Ramee, L. Ambitious rose tree 
In Bimbi 

Moufflon (4-6) 
Dendy, M. Fantail pigeon 
In Poulsson's In the child's world, 
p76-9 (1-2) 
Foster, C: Brook and the water wheel 
In Poulsson's In the child's world, 
p237-8 (1-2) 
Taylor, J. Discontented pendulum 
//; Edgeworth's Waste not, want not, 
and other stories 
Poulsson's In the child's world, 

p41-3 
Scudder's Children's book, p360-l 
(2-5) 

Wiggin, K. D. S., and Smith, N. A., eds. 
In Story hour, pl56-64 (2-4) 

Continents and their people 

Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: Africa 

— Asia 

— Europe 

— North America 

— South America 

Control of body and mind. Jewett, F. G. 

Conundrums. See Riddles 



Conversation 

Hale, E: E. How to talk 
In How to do it, p29-68 

How to do it and How to live, pl9- 
50 (8) 
Converse, John H. 

Paris, J: T. John H. Converse 

In Winning their way, pl50-7 (7-8) 
Conway, Agnes Ethel, and Conway, Sir 
Martin 
Children's book of art; il. in color. 1909 
Macmillan *$1.50 (6-8; 

"A delightful book for the somewhat excep- 
tional child, conveying an idea, through sptcihc 
examples, of the history and significance of paint- 
ing. Less storylike and rather more advanced 
than Steedman's attractive 'Knights of art' and 
far better adapted to children than Caffin's excel- 
lent but miscalled 'Child's guide' or Bacon's less 
satisfactory 'Pictures every child should know.' " 
N. Y. state lib. 

Conway, Sir Martin. See Conway, A. E., jt. 
auth. 

Cook, Agnes Spoflford. See McMurry, 

L. B., jt auth. 
Cook, James 

Lang, J: Captain Cook and Australia 
In Chisholm's Stories for the ten-year 
old, p218-26 
Lang, J: Story of Captain Cook. 1906 

(5-6) 
Seymour, C: C. B. Last voyage of Cap- 
tain Cook 
In World's story, vl, p510-20 
Synge, ]M. B. Cook discovers New Zea- 
land 
In Book of discovery, p3 19-38 
Cooke, Arthur O. 

Day in an iron-works. (Oxford industrial 
readers) 1912 Doran *35c (5-7) 

Binder's series reads "World at work" 
"Author takes his readers on a visit to an 
iron-works in South Wales. There they learn 
how iron is prepared for use, how it is converted 
into steel and how the ingot of steel is rolled and 
shaped into a rail." Pittsburgh 
Visit to a coal mine. (Oxford industrial 
readers) 1912 Doran *35c (5-7) 

Binder's series reads "World at work" 
"The coal-mine visited is in South Wales and 
the work of the miners, the timbering and ven- 
tilation of the mine, the picking and washing of 
the coal, and the making of coke are all de- 
scribed." Pittsburgh 

Visit to a cotton mill. (Oxford industrial 
readers) 1912 Doran *35c (5-7) 

Binder's series reads "World at work" 
"Follows the cotton through all the processes 
by which it is converted, first into a thread of 
yarn, and then into a piece of calico or other cot- 
ton fabric." Pittsburgh 

Visit to a woolen mill. (Oxford industrial 
readers) 1912 Doran *35c (5-7) 
Binder's series reads "World at work" 
"Tells about the source and preparation of wool 
and follows it through the various processes of an 
English woolen mill until it has become a piece 
of cloth." Pittsburgh 

Cooke, Flora J. 

Nature myths and stories for little chil- 
dren. Flanagan 35c (2-4) 

"Stories of flowers, insects, birds, clouds, ani- 
mals and trees." Wis. 

Cooke, John Esten 

Stories of the Old Dominion. 1900 Am. 
bk. *60c (5-6) 

"Historical sketches of great Virginians and 
famous events in Virginia from the settlement to 
the end of the revolution." N. Y. city 



CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



111 



Cookery 

Beard, D. C. Camp cooking and how to 
build an altar camp stove and a clay 
oven 
In New ideas for out of doors, p235-46 
(6-8) 
Benton, C. F. Fun of cooking (6-7) 
Benton, C. F. Little cook book for a lit- 
tle girl. 1905 (5-7) 
Foster, O. H. Cookery for little girls. 

1910 (4-6) 
Foster, O. H. Housekeeping for little 

girls. 1912 (4-6) 
Fryer, J. E. Mary Frances cook-book. 

1912 (3-5) 
Oilman, E. H. Cooking 

In Housekeeping, p274-311 (6-8) 
Grinnell, G: B., and Swan, E. L., eds. 
Bill of fare 
In Harper's camping and scouting, p209- 
27 (6-8) 
Johnson, C. When mother lets us cook. 

1908 (4-7) 
Kelley, L. E. 

In Three hundred things a bright girl 
can do, p590-605 (7-8) 
Kephart, H. Camp cookery. 1911 (6-8) 
Kirkland, E. S. Dora's housekeeping 

(4-6) 
Kirkland, E. S. Six little cooks. 190d 

(5-7) 
Miller. C. H. Camp cooking 
In Outdoor sports and games, p75-92 
(6-8) 
See also Bread; Candy; Food 
Cookery for little girls. Foster, O. H. 
Cooley, Anna Maria. See Sage, E., jt. auth. 

Coolidge, Susan, pseud. 

Barberry bush, and eight other stories 

about girls for girls. Little *$1.20 (6-7) 

Contents: Barberry bush; Lady in white satin; 

Angels unawares; In the cathedral; Engineer's 

story; Quiet girl; What the pudding brought; 

Chance word; Nika 

Clover. (Katy did ser. v4) Little *$1.50; 
*$1.20 (6-8) 

"Scene laid in Colorado." N. Y. city 
Cross Patch, and other stories. Little 
*$1.20 (4) 

"Adapted from the myths of Mother Goose." 
N. Y. city 1 

Eyebright. Little *$1.20 (5-6) 

"Little girl's schooldays and playdays in 
Maine." N. Y. city 

Guernsey Lily. Little *$1.20 (5-6) 

"How the 'Guernsey Lily' helped to heal a 
family feud." Pittsburgh 

In the High Valley. (Katv did ser. v5) 
Little *$1.50; *$1.20 (6-8) 

"Concerning the visit of an English girl to Col- 
orado. Last volume of the 'Katy did' series." 

N. Y. city 

Just sixteen. Little *$1.20 (6-7) 

Sixteen short stories for girls 

Little country girl. Little *$1.20 (5-6) 

"A Connecticut girl's summer at Newport. Con- 
tains excellent advice about social etiquette." 
N. Y. state lib. 

Mischief's Thanksgiving, and other sto- 
ries. Little *$1.20 (4-5) 

Other stories: Little Roger's night in the 
church; World within the wall; How the_ um- 
brella ran away with Ellie; Nanny's substitute; 
On top of the ark; Ricket's valentine; Christie 

"Contains also sketches of Frederika Bremer, 
Jenny Lind and other Norse women." Pitts- 
burgh 



New-year's bargain. Little *$1.20 (3-4) 

"Each of the 12 months tells the children a 
story. There are fairy stories, a bear story, and 
stories about little girls." Pittsburgh 
Nine little goslings. Little *$1.20 (3-4) 

Contents: Curly locks; Goosey, goosey gan- 
der; Little Bo-peep; Mistress Mary; Lady bird; 
One, two, buckle my shoe; Ride a cock horse; 
Lady (Jueen Anne; Up, up, up, and down, down, 
downy 

Not quite eighteen. Little *$1.20 (6-7) 

Sixteen stories for girls 

Round dozen. Little *$1.20 (4) 

Contents: Little white door; Little Karen and 
her baby; Helen's Thanksgiving; At Fiesok; 
Queen Blossom; A small beginning; Secret door; 
Two wishes; Blue and pink; Fortunate misfor- 
tune; Toinett€ and the elves; Jean's money, and 
what it brought; How the storks came and went 

"Thirteen short stories, some of them fairy 
tales, one about Thanksgiving, one about Christ- 
mas." N. Y. city 
What Katy did. (Katy did ser. vl) 
Little *$1.50; *$1.20 (6-8) 

"A series of wholesome, happy stories that 
have long been popular." Wis. free lib. com. 

What Katy did at school. (Katy did ser. 
v2) Little *$1.50; *$1.20 (6-8) 

"Boarding-school life, with its secret societies, 
Christmas boxes, and other good times." Pitts- 
burgh 

What Katy did next. (Katy did ser. v3) 
Little *$1.50; -•5=$1.20 (6-8) 

• "How Katy went to Europe and what she did 
there." Pittsburgh 

Coons. See Raccoons 

Cooper, James Fenimore 

Deerslayer. Putnam Mohawk ed *$1.25 
(7-8) 

"Tale of warfare in New York between the 
white settlers and the crafty Iroquois." Pitts- 
burgh 

— Same; il. by H. AL Brock. (Pocket 
classics for the young) Macmillan 
*75c 
Last of the Mohicans. Putnam Mohawk 
ed *$1.25; Houghton Household ed *$1; 
(Riverside school lib.) *70c; Burt *$1 
(7-8) 
"One of the best of Indian stories. It graphi- 
cally depicts the life of frontiersmen and sav- 
ages in central and western New York at the 
time of the French and Indian war." Wis. 

— Same; il. by E. Boyd Smith. Holt 
*$1.35 

Leatherstocking tales. 5v Putnam Mo- 
hawk ed ea *$1.25 (7-8) 

Contents: Deerslayer; Last of the Mohicans; 
Pathfinder; Pioneers; Prairie 

Period of the French and Indian war 

Pathfinder. Putnam Mohawk ed *$1.25 
(7-8) 

"Considered the best of Cooper's novels from 
a literary point of view. The scene is laid in 
the vicinity of Lake Ontario during the French 
and Indian war." N. Y. city 

Pilot. Putnam Mohawk ed *$L25; 
Houghton *$1 (7-8) 

Adventures of Paul Jones 
Pioneers. Putnam Mohawk ed *$1.25; 
Crowell (Astor lib. of prose) 60c (7-8) 
"Storv of pioneer life on the banks of Lake 
Otsego." Pittsburgh 

Prairie. Putnam Mohawk ed *$1.25 

(7-8) 
"In which Leatherstocking in extreme old age 
is introduced as living on the western prairies." 
N. Y. city 
Red Rover. Putnam Mohawk ed *$1.25 
(7-8) 

"Tale of adventure on the sea at the time of 
the French and Indian war." Pittsburgh 



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Cooper, James Fenimore — Continued 

Spy. Putnam Mohawk ed *$1.25 (7-8) 

"The hero is employed by Washington in secret 
service of great hazard." N. Y. city 

Biography 

Harris, A. B. James Fenimore Cooper 
In American authors for young folks, 
p27-46 (7-8) 
Holland R. S. James Fenimore Cooper 

In Historic boyhoods, p201-13 (6-8) 
James Fenimore Cooper 

In Riverside readers, v8, pl25-8 
Lounsbury, T: R. Cooper, novelist and 
man 
In Stevenson's Days and deeds: prose, 
p273-4 (5-7) 
Wright, H. C. James Fenimore Cooper 
In Children's stories in American lit- 
erature, vl, p51-68 (7-8) 

Cooper, Peter 

Baldwin, J. Five scenes in a noble life 
In American book of golden deeds, 
p210-25 (4-6) 

Faris, J: T. Peter Cooper 
In Winning their way, pl26-33 (7-8) 

Cooper, Samuel Williams 

Think and thank. Jewish pub. 50c (6-7) 

Sir Moses Montefiore's boyhood 

"The troubles of some Jewish boys at school 
during the time of bitter prejudice against their 
race and bow, through pluck and honesty, they 
make friends and win success." Pittsburgh 

Coots 

Nuttall, T: American coot 
In Weed's Bird life stories, v2. p97-9 
(5-8) 

Copenhagen, Battle of. See Baltic, Battle 
of the 

Coppee, Frangois 

Sabot of little Wolff 

In MacDonald and Blaisdell's Child 
life, v5, p9-15 (5-6) 

Copper 

Carpenter, F. G: Iron and copper mines 
of Lake Superior 
In North America, pl82-4 (5-6) 
Carpenter, F. G: Lead, copper, and 
brass 
In How the world is housed, pl82-7 
(5-7) 
Chase, A., and Clow, E. Copper 

In Stories of industrv, vl, p48-51 (5-7) 
Kelley, J. G. " . 

In Bov mineral collectors, pl49-57 
(7-8) 
Rocheleau, W: F. Copper and zinc 
In Great American industries, vl, pl96- 
207 (5-7) 
Tappan. E. M. Our good friend copper 
//.' Diggers in the earth, p65-75 (5-6) 
See also Brass 

Coppersmithing 

Sleffel. C: C. Work in copper 

In Working in metals, pl7-129 (6-8) 

Coral 

Andrews, J. Coraltown on Roncador 
Bank 
In Stories Mother Nature told her chil- 
dren, p49-61 (3-5) 



Johonnot, J., ed. Low life in the sea 
In Glimpses of the animate world, p66- 
76 (6-7) 
Kellogg, E. M. C. 
In Australia and the islands of the sea, 
p60-9 (6-7) 
Kingsley, C: Coral reef 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping 
stones to literature, v5, pl96-218 
Kingsley's Madam How and Lady 
Why, pl81-208 (5) 
Somerville, M. Coral islands 

In Johonnot's Geographical reader, 
pl39-43 (7-8) 
Strong, F. L., ed. 

In All the year round, v2, p5-8 (3-4) 
Verrill, A. H. Coral islands and how 
they are formed 
In Harper's book for young naturalists, 
p229-34 (6-8) 

Poetry 
Johonnot, J., ed. Coral grove 

In Glimpses of the animate world, p76-7 
(6-7) 
Coral island. Ballantyne, R. M. 
Corbin, Thomas W. 

Romance of submarine engineering. 1912 
Lippincott *$1.50 (7-8) 
Corea. See Korea 
Corinna's going a-AIaying. Herrick, R. 

lu Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p50-l 
Coriolanus 

Baldwin, J. Story of old Rome 

In P'ifty famous people, pl08-13 (1-3) 
Dalkeith, L. Of Caius Marcius Corio- 
lanus 
In Stories from Roman history, pl2-24 
(4-5) 
Guerber, H. A. Storj^ of Coriolanus 

/// Story of the Romans, p87-91 (6-8) 
Haaren. J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Corio- 
lanus 
In Famous men of Rome, p64-71 (4-6) 
Plutarch. Coriolanus 
In Clough's Plutarch's Lives, pll7-70 
Weston's Plutarch's Lives for boys 

and girls, pi 68-99 
White's Bovs' and girls' Plutarch, 
p260-84 
Plutarch. How a woman saved Rome 
/;; Gould's Children's Plutarch; tales 
of the Romans, p38-47 
Cork 

Allen. N. B. Portugal and its cork for- 
ests 
/;; Industrial studies: Europe, plOl-18 
(5-8) 
Carpenter, F. G: 

In Europe, p450-2 (5-6) 
Hall, A. N. Cork toys 
/n Boy craftsman, p363-70 (6-8) 
Cormorants 

Johonnot. J. Oar-footed sea-fliers 

In Neighbors with wings and fins, p75-8 
(3-5) 
Corn 
Allen. N. B. 

In Industrial studies: United States, 
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113 



Com — Continued 

Andrews, J. How the Indian corn grows 
In Stories Mother Nature told her chil- 
dren, p23-7 (3-5) 
Bass, F. Corn 

In Stories of plant life, p74-6 (2-3) 
Carpenter, F. G: Indian corn and the 
corn belt 
In North America, p 159-63 (5-6) 
Carpenter, F. G: World's great corn 
patch 
In Foods, p44-55 (5-6) 
Carpenter, F. O. Maize or corn 

In Foods and their uses, p54-60 (5-8) 
Eggleston, E: Some things about Indian 
corn 
In Stories of American life and adven- 
ture, p21-6 (3-5) 
Evans, L. B., and others 

In Farm life readers, bk5, p255-64 (4-6) 
Evans, L. B., and others. Indian corn 

In Farm life readers, bk4, p308-15 (4-6) 
Hopkins, W: J: 
In Sandman: his farm stories, p21-35 
(3-4) 
Price, O. W. Cotton and corn 

In Land we live in, plOO-13 (6-8) 
Rocheleau, W: F. Indian corn 
/;; Great American industries, v2, pl27- 
49 (5-7) 
Rogers, J. E. 

In Book of useful plants, p36-5l 
Strong, F. L., ed. 

In All the year round, vl, p8-ll (3-4) 
Tappan, E. M. Grain of corn 

In Farmer and his friends, p28-33 (5-6) 

Poetry 

Lovejoy, j\I, I., comp. Corn 
In Nature in verse, p227-8 (4-7) 

Whittier, J. G, Corn song 

In Strong's All the year round, vl, pl6- 
18 (3-4) 

Stories 

Strong, F. L., ed. Hiawatha's fasting 
/;;• All the year round, vl, pl2-15 (3-4) 
Corn clubs 

Evans. L. B., and others. Boys' corn 
clubs 
/;; Farm life readers, bk5, p37-45 (4-6) 
Corn plants. Sargent, F: L. 
Cornaro, Caterina, queen of Cyprus 

Brooks, E. S. Caterina of Venice: the 
girl of the Grand canal 
In Historic girls, pl34-52 {6-7) 
Cornelia's jewels 

In Baldwin's Fiftv famous stories re- 
told, p85-7 (2-4) 
Cornell, Ezra 

Bolton, S. K. Ezra Cornell 

In Lives of poor bovs who became 
famous, p238-50 (7-8) 
Cornflowers 

Lane, ]M. A. L. and M., eds. Poppy and 
the cornflower; story 
In All the year round, v4, p34-6 (3-4) 
Coronado, Francisco Vasquez de 

Griffis, W: E. Coronado and exploration 
of New ]\Iexico 
7,11 Romance of discovery, pl70-3 (7-8) 



IMcAIurry, C: A. Coronado's exploring 
trip in the Southwest 
In Pioneers of the Rocky mountains 
and the West, p225-48 (5-6) 
Coronations 

Brooks, S. Coronation of George V 

In World's story, vlO, p216-26 
Clemens, S: L. 

In Prince and the pauper, p259-74 (6-7) 
Finnemore, J: Coronation durbar of 
1911 
In World's story, v2, p248-59 
See also Crowns 
Corot, Jean Baptiste Camilla 

Home, O. B., and Scobe\^, K. L. Jean 
Baptiste Camille Corot 
In Stories of great artists, p80-92 (4-5) 
Keysor, J. E. Corot 
In Great artists, v4, p69-118 (5-8) 

Correggio 

Gather, K. D. When the princess passed 

Jn Bovhood stories of famous men, 
p241-56 (6-8) 
Clement, C. E. 

In Stories of art and artists, plll-21 
(7-8) 
Hurll, E. jVI. Correggio. 1901 (Riverside 

art ser.) (7-8) 
Keysor, J. E. Correggio 

In Great artists, v3, pl87-246 (5-8) 

Corsan, George Hebden 

At home in the water, rev ed 1914 Assn. 
press *$1 (7-8) 

"A section on American basket polo rules has 
been added to the first edition, and minor addi- 
tions made throughout." A. L. A. bkl. 

Corsica 

Kellogg, E. M. C. 
hi Australia and the islands of the sea, 
p295-7 (6-7) 
Young, E. Corsica. 1909 (5-7) 

Cortes, Hernando 

History of Hernando 



New world: conquest of 



Abbott, J: S. C. 

Cortez (6-8) 
Atkinson, A. M. 

Mexico / 

In Introduction to American history: 
European beginnings, p235-42 (6-7) 
Clay, O. Conqueror of Mexico 

In Treasure finders, pl25-56 (5-7) 
Coe, F. E. Story of Cortes 
In Founders of our country, p41-51 
(3-5) 
Dickson, M. S. Fair god of Mexico 

In Camp and trail in early American 
history, pl9-35 (4-5) 
Eggleston, E:, and Seelye, E. E. Monte- 
zuma and the conquest of Mexico. 1908 
(6-7) 
Foote, A. E., and Skinner, A. W. Cortez 
— the conquest of Mexico 
In Explorers and founders of America, 
p63-71 (7-8) 
Gordy, W. F. Hernando Cortez 
In Stories of American explorers, p52- 
70 (5-6) 
Hale. E: E. Hernando Cortes's letters 
In Stories of adventure, pl03-26 (6-8) 
Johonnot, J., ed. Hernando Cortez 
In Stories of other lands, p20-8 (4-6) 



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Cortes, Hernando — Coiitiinicd 

Lang, A., ed. Night of horror; Siege and 
surrender of Mexico 
Iji Blue true story book, pll6-36 
Lummis, C: F. Chapter of conquest 
In Spanish pioneers, p56-67 (7-8) 
McMurry, C: A. Hernando Cortes 
In Pioneers on land and sea, pl86-221 
(5-6) 
Shaw, E: R: Hernando Cortes 

In Discoverers and explorers, p68-77 
(4) 
Synge, M. B. Cortes explores and con- 
quers Mexico 
In Book of discoverj^ p205-14 
Wright, H. C. Hernando Cortez and the 
conquest of Mexico 
In Children's stories in American his- 
tory, pl03-13 (5-7) 
Stories 
Henty, G: A. By right of conquest (6-8) 
Munroe, K. White conquerors (6-7) 

Coryell, John Russell 

Diego Pinzon. Harper $1.25 (6-7) 

"Story of Columbus' first voyage." N. Y. city 

Cossack fairy tales and folk tales. Bain, 
R. N. 

Coster, Laurens Janszoon 

Towle, G: M. Laurence Coster, the dis- 
coverer of type-printing 
In Heroes and martyrs of invention, 
p23-32 (6-7) 

Costume 

Beard, D. C. Home made masquerade 
and theatrical costumes 
In American boy's handy book, p374- 
82 (5-7) 
Buckingham, J. T. Fashions 
In Hart and Hill's Camps and firesides 
of the revolution, p39-42 (6-8) 
Mackay, C. D. Costumes and scenery for 

amateurs. 1915 (6-8) 
Morris, C: In the world's tailor-shop 
In Home life in all lands, vl, p50-104 
(6-8) 
Stone, M. Bankside costume book for 
children. 1915 (6-8) 

Sec also Clothing; Dressmaking; 
Fans; Gloves; Hats; Jewelry; Plays; 
Shoes 

Costumes and scenery for amateurs. Mac- 
kay, C. D. 

Cotes, Mrs. Sara Jeanette (Duncan) 

Storv of Sonny Sahib. Appleton *$1 
(6-8) 

"An English child rescued from the Cawnpore 
massacre is brought up at a native court in North 
India. Excellent story and picture of life in the 
East." N. Y. city 

Cotton 

Allen. N. B. 

In Industrial studies: United States, 
pSl-65 (5-8) 
Blaich. L. R. 

In Three industrial nations, pl90-6 
(6-8) 
Brooks, E. C. Story of cotton and the 
development of the cotton states. 1911 
(8) 



Carpenter, F. G: 
In How the world is clothed, pl4-50 
(4-5) 
Carpenter, F. G: Land of cotton 

In North America, pl09-18 (5-6) 
Chamberlain, J. F. The cotton fields 

In How we are clothed, p39-57 (4-5) 
Chase, A., and Clow, E. 

In Stories of industry, v2, p6-29 (5-7) 
Coe, F. E. Word about cotton 

In Makers of the nation, p351-6 (4-6) 
Cooke, A. O. Visit to a cotton mill. 1912 

(5-7) 
Du Puy, W: A. Growing cotton on trees 
//; Uncle Sam, wonder worker, pl-9 
(7-8) 
Evans, L. B., and others 
In Farm life readers, bk4, pl90-5; bk5, 
p266-75 (4-6) 
Keller, A. G., and Bishop, A. L. 
In Commercial and industrial geogra- 
phy, p224-65 (7-8) 
King, C: F. Pair of sheets 
/;; Picturesque geographical readers, 
v3, p23-32 (4-5) 
Mowry, W: A: and A. M. Clothing — cot- 
ton 
In American inventions and inventors, 
pl53-7 (5-8) 
Price, O. W. Cotton and corn 

In Land we live in, plOO-13 (6-8) 
Rocheleau, W: F. 
In Great American industries, v2, p89- 
123 (5-7) 
Rogers, J. E. 

In Book of useful plants, p310-21 
Tappan, E. M. In a cotton-field 

In Farmer and his friends, p91-7 (5-6) 
Tappan, E. M. In the cotton mill 

III Makers of many things, p82-91 (5-6) 
Towle, G: M. Inventors of cotton-ma- 
chinery 
In Heroes and martj-rs of invention, 
p71-102 (6-7) 
Williams, A. Manufacture of cotton 
goods 
In How it is made, pl53-79 (7-8) 

See also Boll weevil; Cloth; Cotton 
gin 

Poetry 

Cocke, Z. Cotton 
In Evans and others. Farm life read- 
ers. bk4, pl88-9 (4-6) 
Wannamaker, O. D. Way of cotton 
/;/ Evans and others. Farm life readers, 
bk5, p276-8 

Stories 

> Poulsson, E. Cotton field stories 

In In the child's world, p421-5 (1-2) 
Cotton gin 

Mowry, W: A: and A. M. Cotton gin 
In American inventions and inventors, 
pl48-52 (5-8) 
Stone, G. L., and Fickett, M. G. Story of 
the cotton gin 
In Days and deeds a hundred years ago, 
p53-67 (5-6) 

Couch, Arthur Thomas Quiller-. See Quil- 
ler-Couch, Arthur Thomas 

Coues, Elliott. See Wright, M. O., jt. auth. 



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Coulson, Constance J. D. 

Korea. (Peeps at many lands) 1910 Mac- 
millan *60c (6-7) 

"Simple, interesting account of th-e history, peo- 
ple and customs of Korea, written from first-hand 
acquaintance." A. L. A. bkl. 

Coulter, John 

Movvry, W: A: and A. M. John Coulter 
In American heroes and heroism, pi Il- 
ia (5-7) 
Count of Monte Cristo. Dumas, A. 
Counterpane fairy. Pyle, K. 

Countess and the cat. See La Bedolliere, 
E. G. de. Story of a cat 

Country life 

Bradish, S. P. Stories of country life. 
1901 (3-4) 

Crow, M. F. American country girl. 1915 
(7-8) 

Field, J., and Nearing, S. Community 
civics. 1916 

Graham, P. A. Country pastimes for 
boys. 1895 (6-8) 

Parker, F. W., and Helm, N^ L. Uncle 
Robert's geography. 4v (2-7) 

See also Camping; Farming; Garden- 
ing; Hunting; Outdoor life; Sports 

Stories 
Abbott, J. Boy on a farm (3-4) 
Brown, E. C. Three Gays (4-6) 
Brown, K. L. Alice and Tom (4) 
Garland, H. Boy life on the prairie (7-8) 
Hill, E. My wonderful visit (4-5) 
Hopkins, W: J: Sandman: his farm sto- 
ries (2-4) 
Hopkins, W: J: Sandman; more farm 

stories (3-4) 
Richards, L. E. H. Hildegarde's holiday 

(6-7) 
Richards, L. E. H. Queen Hildegarde 

(6-7) 
Smith, M. P. W. Four on a farm (5-7) 
Smith, M. P. W. Jolly good times (4-6) 
Smith, M. P. W. Jolly good times at 

Hackmatack (5-6) 
Smith, jM. p. W. Jolly good times to-day 

(5-6) 
Smith, M. P. W. More good times at 

Hackmatack (5-6) 
Stoddard. W: O. Winter fun (5-6) 
See also Farming — Stories 
Country of the dwarfs. Du Chaillu, P. B. 
Country pastimes for boys. Graham, P. A. 

Courage 

Baldwin, J. Bomb 

In Fifty famous people, pl07 (1-3) 
Cabot, E. L., and others 
In Course in citizenship, p241-6 (1-8) 
See also Heroes 
Plays 
Harvey, K. Courage 

In Bullivant's Home plays, pl36-50 
Chisholm's Stories for the nine-year- 
old, pl25-39 

Stories 
Foulke E E 

In Braided straws, p79-86, 106-12 (2-3) 



Harrison, E. Line of golden light; or, 
Little blind sister 
/// In story-land, p20-30 (3-4) 
Course in citizenship. Cabot, E. L., and 

others 
Court of King Arthur. Frost, W: H: 
Courtesy 
Cabot, E. L. 

In Ethics for children, p28-30 (1-6) 
Cabot, E. L., and others 
In Course in citizenship, p232-8 (1-8) 
Courtin'. Lowell, J. R. 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
pl7-20 (7-8) 
Courts 

Dole, C: F. Courts and judges 
In Young citizen, p78-85 (5-7) 
Courtship of Miles Standish. Longfellow, 

H: W. 
Cousin Grace. Clarke, R. S. 
Coussens, Penrhyn Wingfaeld 

(comp.) Child's book of stories; pictures 
by Jessie Willcox Smith. Duffield 
*$2.25 (3-6) • 

"The best selection of the fairy tales from 
Grimm, Andersen, Perrault, and others, with fa- 
bles from Aesop and ten full page colored illus- 
trations." Oregon 

(ed.) Poems children love. 1908 Dodge 
$1.25 (1-8) 

"Over 200 poems. Divided into three sections: 
for the tiny tots, for young children, for the 
older ones. Well selected and well balanced." 
A. L. A. bkl. 

Coutts, Angela Georgina Burdett-. See 

Burdett-Coutts, Angela Georgina, bar- 
oness 
Cowbirds 
Bendire, C: 
In Weed's Bird life stories, v2, p84-8 
- (5-8) 
Cowboys 

Hough, E. Story of the cowboy (7-8) 
See also Ranch life 
Stories 
Ames, J. B. Pete, cowpuncher (6-8) 
Grinnell, G: B. Jack, the young cowboy 

(6-7) 
Lummis, C: F. New Mexico David, and 
other stories (7-8) 
Cowper, William 
Alexander Selkirk 

/;: Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, v2, p2 14-16 
Diverting history of John Gilpin; il. by 
Randolph Caldecott. Warne *50c 
"Spirited delineation of the never-to-be-for- 
gotten ride." Arnold 

— Same 

In Caldecott's Collection of pictures 
and songs, vl 
Caldecott's Picture book, vl 
Lucas's Book of verses, p235-44 
Mabie's Famous stories, pl72-81 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v5, 

p269-78 
Scudder's Children's book, pl42-6 
Whittier's Child life, p237-46 
Dog and the water-lily 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v5, 
p288-90 (6-7) 



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Cowper, William — Continued 
Epitaph on a hare 

In Scudder's Children's book, p404 
(2-5) 
Nose and eyes 
In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, vl, pl51-2 
Scudder's Children's book, pl41-2 
Retired cat 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v4, 
p44-8 (5-6) 

Cows 

Burroughs, J: Our rural divinity 
In Children's hour, v7, p246-67 (2-8) 

Hopkins, W: J: 

In Sandman: his farm stories, p 120-33 
(3-4) 
Johonnot, J. 

In Book of cats and dogs, p81-6 (1-2) 

Monteith, J: and C. 

In Some useful animals, p34-52 (2-3) 
Smith, A. H. Robert on a farm 
In Eddy's Friends and helpers, p86-90 
(3-5) 
Tappan. E. M. Concerning cows 

In Farmer and his friends, p79-85 (5-6) 
Wood, C. D. Special study of the cow 
In Animals, pl9-21 (4-7) 

See also Butter; Cattle; Cheese; 
Dairying; Milk 

Stories 
Hugessen, E. H. Knatchbull-. Cow that 
lost her tail 
In Poulsson's In the child's world, pl61- 
71 (1-2) 

Cox, Sir George William 

Tales of ancient Greece. McClurg =*=$! 
(8) 
Combines "Tales of Greek mythology," "Gods 
and heroes" and "Tales of Thebes and Argos" 

Cox, Palmer 

Brownie books. 9v Century ea $1.50 (1-3) 

Contents: Another brownie book; Brownies 
abroad; Brownies around the world; Brownies at 
home; Brownies in the Philippines; Brownies: 
their book; Brownies through the Union; Brown- 
ies' latest adventures; Brownies many more 
nights 

"E-\-«ry child should know Mr. Cox's prankish, 
helpful brownies. The verses are accompanied by 
many delightful pictures." Arnold 

Palmer Cox brownie primer. Century 
*40c (1-3) 

Arranged from Palmer Cox's Brownie books; 
text by Mary C. Judd 

"This will take the place of the Brownie books 
in small libraries where expensive picture books 
that do not wear well are prohibitive." A. L. A. 
bkl. 

Coxhood, Margaret Duncan 

Mexico. (Romance of history ser.) 
1909 Stokes *$2 (7-8) 

Coyotes 

Ingersoll, E. Hound of the plains 
In Wild neighbors, p99-116 (5-7) 
Seton. E. T. Cute coyote 

In Wild animals at home, pl-l5 (5-8) 
Poetry 
Harte, B. Coyote 
In Johonnot's Neighbors with claws and 
hoofs, p54 (5-6) 



Stories 
Coolidge, D. Pico Coyote and Swivel- 
ears 
In Jordan's True tales of birds and 
beasts, p83-90 (5-6) 
Seton, E. T. Tito: the story of the 
coyote that learned how 
In Lives of the hunted, p265-351 (5-7) 

Crabs 

Duncan, F. AI. Crabs and lobsters 

III Seashore, pl95-216 (5-8) 
Duncan, F. M. and L. T. 
In The lobster and his relations, p22-54 
(5-8) 
Hardy, M. E. 
In Sea stories for wonder eyes, pl05-17 
(3-5) 
Lockwood, S: 
In Johonnot's Glimpses of the animate 
world, p78-85 (6-7) 
Miller, O. T. Crusty family 
In Little folks in feathers and fur, 
p230-7 (3-5) 
Richards, L. E. H. All kinds of crabs 
In Four feet, two feet and no feet, 
plOO-2 (2-4) 

Wright, J. M. 

In Seaside and wayside, vl, pl-30 (2) 

Stories 

Pyle, K. Two little crabs 

In Stories of humble friends, p53-61 
(3-4) 

Crackers 

Williams, A. Round a biscuit factory 
In How it is made, pl93-206 (7-8) 

Craddock, Charles Egbert, pseud. 

Down the ravine. Houghton *$1 (7-8) 
"Boy life in the Tennessee mountains." Pitts- 
burgh 
Storv of old Fort Loudon. Macmlllan 
*$i.50; (Standard school lib.) *50c (8) 

"A story dealing with the part played by the 

Cherokee nation in the struggle between France 

and England for the American continent, 1756- 

1759." N. Y. city 

Young mountaineers. Houghton *$1.35 

(7-8) 

Contents: Mystery of Old Daddy's window; 
'Way down in Poor valley; Mountain storm; 
Borrowing a hammer; Conscripts' hollow; A warn- 
ing; Among the cliffs; In the "chinking;" On a 
higher level; Christmas day on Old Windy moun- 
tain 

Boy life and adventure in the Tennessee moun.* 
tains 

Biography 

Wright, H. C. Southern story writers 
In (jhildren's stories in American lit- 
erature, v2, pi 68-72 (7-8) 

Crafty lover 

In INIacleod's Book of ballad stories, 
p319-21 

Cragin, Belle S. 

Our insect friends and foes; how to col- 
lect, preserve and study them. 1899 
Putnam *$1.75 (7-8) 

Cragin, Laura Ella 

Kindergarten Bible stories; the Old Tes- 
tament adapted to little children. 1905 
Revell *$1.25 (1-2) 



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Craik, Mrs. Dinah Maria (Mulock) 

Adventures of a brownie. Harper 60c; 
Crowell (Children's favorite classics) 
35c (3-5) 

"About a household of children who have a 
mischievous brownie for a playfellow." N. Y. 
city 
Fairy book. Harper $1; il in color by 
Walter Goble Macmillan *$5 (4-5) 

"The stories of Grimm, Perrault, Madame 

D'Aulnoy and other writers." N. Y. city 

John Halifax, gentleman. Crowell $1.50; 

60c; Harper $1; *70c; *35c; _ Button 

(Everyman's lib.) *40c; lib binding *50c 

(8) 

"Ideal picture of home life in England during 
the :8th century. The hero is a man of high 
principle and great nobility of character." N. Y. 
city 

"Will be read with interest by each genera- 
tion." Oregon 
Little lame prince. Harper 60c; Heath 
(Home and school classics) 30c; il. by 
Hope Dunlap Rand $1.25 (3-5) 

"A modern fairy tale, beautiful in spirit, un- 
usual in theme and setting." Wis. free lib. com. 
Philip, my king 

In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, vl, p79-80 
Whittier's Child life, pl3-14 

Craik, Georgiana Marion 

Bow-wow and Alew-mew. Merrill 30c 
(2-3) 

"A tale of a dog and a cat who ran away from 
home together and met with great misfortune." 
Wis. 

So-fat and Mew-mew. Heath 20c (1-2) 

"Story of a household dog and cat told in 
words of one syllable." Pittsburgh 

Cram, William Everett 

Little beasts of field and wood. 1899 
Small *50c (4-5) 

About foxes, weasels, otters, muskrats, minks 
and squirrels 

]\Iore little beasts of field and wood. 1912 
Small *50c (4-6) 

"Deer, lynxes, rabbits, woodchucks, chipmunks, 
raccoons, porcupines, moles and bats are among 
the animals whose ways are described." Pitts- 
burgh 

See also Stone, W., jt. auth. 

Cramp, Charles Henry 

Paris, J: T. Charles Henry Cramp 
In Winning their way, pl34-41 (7-8) 

Cranberries 

Brown, A. Cape Cod cranberries 
In Our country: East, p205-10 (4-6) 

— Same; with title Crop of cranberries 
In Lane's Industries of to-day, p45-53 
(5-6) 

Chamberlain, J. F. Cranberry bog 
In How we are fed, pl31-8 (4-5) 

Cranch, Christopher Pearse 

(tr.) Virgil. Aeneid. Houghton Stu- 
dent's ed *$1 

Crane, Walter 

(il.) Baby's bouquet. 1900 Warne *$1.50 

(1-2) 
"A fresh bunch of old rimes and tunes." Title 
(il.) Baby's opera. 1900 Warne *$1.50 

(1-2) 
"A book of old rimes, with new_ dresses. The 
music by the earliest masters." Title 

•(il.) Baby's own Aesop. Warne *$1.50 

(1-3) 
The fables condensed in rime 



(il.) Beauty and the beast picture book. 
Lane *$1.25; 3 pts pa ea *25c (1-2) 

Contents: Beauty and the beast; Frog prince; 
Hind in the wood 

(il.) Blue Beard and The sleeping beauty. 

Lane New miniature ed *25c (1-2) 
(il.) Bluebeard's picture book. Lane 

*$1.25; 3 pts pa ea *25c (1-2) 

Contents: Bluebeard; Sleeping beauty; Baby's 
own alphabet 

(il.) Buckle my shoe picture book. Lane 
*$1.25; 3 pts pa ea *25c 

Contents: One, two, buckle my shoe; My 
mother; A gaping, wide-mouth, waddling frog 

(il.) Cinderella's picture book. Lane 
*$1.25; 3 pts pa ea *25c (1-2) 

Contents: Cinderella; Puss-in-boots; Valentine 
and Orson 

(il.) Gilbert, H: King Arthur's knights 
(il.) Gilbert, H: Robin Hood and the 

men of the greenwood (5-7) 
(il.) Goody^ Two Shoes picture book. 
Lane *$1.25; 3 pts pa ea *25c (1-2) 
Contents: Goody Two Shoes; Aladdin; Yellow 
dwarf 

(il.) Hawthorne, N. W^onder book for 

girls and boys (5-8) 
(il.) Mother Hubbard, her picture book 
Lane *$1.25; 3 pts pa ea *25c (1-2) 

Contents: ^Mother Hubbard; The three bearsj 
The absurd ABC 

(il.) Pan-pipes. 1900 Warne *$1.50 

A book of old songs, newly arranged and with 
accompaniments by Theo. Marzials 

(il.) Puss in boots and The forty thieves. 

Lane New ininiature ed *2Sc (1-2) 
(il.) Red Riding Hood's picture book. 
Lane *$1.25; 3 pts pa ea *25c (1-2) 

Contents: Little Red Riding Hood; Jack and 
the beanstalk; The forty thieves 

(il.) Shakespeare, W: Tempest; retold 

by Alice Spencer Hoffman 
(il.) Song of sixpence picture book. Lane 

*$1.25; 3 pts pa ea *25c (1-2) 

Contents: Sing a song of sixpence; Princess 
Belle Etoile; The A B C of old friends 

(il.) This little pig, his picture book. 
Lane *$1.25; 3 pts pa ea *25c (1-2) 

Contents: This little pig; Fairy ship; King 
Luckieboy 

(il.) Three bears and Mother Hubbard. 
Lane New miniature ed *25c (1-2) 

Crashaw brothers. Pier, A. S. 

Grassus 

Plutarch. Man who loved gold. 

/« Gould's Children's Plutarch; tales of 
the Romans, p92-9 

Cratchits' Christmas dinner. Dickens, C: 
In Children's hour, vlO, p85-95 

Dickinson and Skinner's Children's 
book of Christmas stories, p242-52 

Cravens, Frances 

Story of Lincoln; for children. 1898 Pub- 
lic school pub. CO., Bloomington, 111. 
35c (3-5) 
Contains Gettysburg and other speeches 

Crawfish 

Comstock, A. B. Crayfish 

In Pet book, p281-5 (5-8) 
Kelly, M. A. B. Crusty fellow 
In Short stories of our shy neighbors, 
p67-71 (3-5) 



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Crawford, Caroline 

Dramatic games and dances for little chil- 
dren. 1914 Barnes *$1.60 (1-3) 

"Original games and dances, many talcen di- 
rectly from little plots and stories composed by 
children, and some connected with the literature 
used in the primary grades." Cleveland 

Folk dances and games. 1908 Barnes 
*$1.60 

"Thirty-nine folk dances, with music and di- 
rections supplemented by diagrams." Cleveland 

Crayfish. See Crawfish 
Creasy, Sir Edward Shepherd 

Fifteen decisive battles of the world. 
Burt (Home lib.) *$1; (Oxford ser.) 
*40c (7-8) 

Creek Indians 

Stories 

Pendleton, L. In the camp of the Creeks 
(6-7) 

Creighton, Katherine 

Nature songs and stories. 1914 Comstock 
pub. CO. 75c (1-3) 

"The story of each object is told in a simple 
manner, leading up to the song. The drawings 
by the most eminent American bird artist, Louis 
Agassiz Fuertcs, the insect drawings by Miss 
Anna C. Stryke, and the nature photographs by 
Verne Morton are all made to supplement and 
make more real the songs." Comstock. Preface 
[adapted] 

Creighton, Louise (von Glehn) 

First history of France. new ed 1901 
Longmans $1.25 (7-8) 

"Clear and simple, without being childish, and 
remarkably correct as to facts." Academy 
Stories from English history. Longmans 
$1.25 (6-7) 

"Legends and stories from old chronicles and 
tales of great men and notable events in Eng- 
land's history." Pittsburgh 

Creighton, Mrs. Mandell. See Creighton, 
Louise (von Glehn) 

Crete 

Kellogg, E. M. C. Crete and the Grecian 
archipelago 
In Australia and the islands of the sea, 
p319-21 (6-7) 

Crib and Fly. Dole, C: F. 

Crichton, Mrs. F. E. 

Little wizard of White Cloud hill. Long- 
mans $1.25 (4-5) 

"English story of an imaginative little boy who 

bravely goes to visit an elderly cousin in a big 

house, and of the happy outcome." N. Y. state 

lib. 

Peep-in-the-world. Longmans *$1.25 (4-5) 

"Story of an imaginative little English girl's 
year at her uncle's castle in Germany, told with 
simplicity and much charm." A. L. A. sup. 

Cricket on the hearth. Dickens, C: 

Crickets 

Candeze, E. Adventures of Grillo (3-5) 
Hook, S. L. Musical elves 

/;; Little people, p37-45 (4-5) 
Kelly. M. A. B. Truth of it 

In Short stories of our shy neighbors, 
pl03-8 (3-5) 
]\Iiller, O. T. Hundred black babies 

In Little folks in feathers and fur, 
pl93-5 (3-5) 
Morley, M. W. 

In Insect folk, vl, plOl-6 (3-4) 



Pierson, C. D. Crickets' school 

In Among the meadow people, p71-5 
(3-4) 
Strong, F. L., ed. 

In All the 3rear round, vl, p55-6 (3-4) 
Wright, J. M. 
In Seaside and wayside, v3, pl05-14 
(4-5) 

Poetry 
Cowper, W: The cricket 

/;; Thacher's Listening child, p73 (5-7) 
Crime and criminals 
Dunn, A. W: 

In Communitv and the citizen, pl77-80 
(6-8) 
Crimean war 

Matheson, A. Story of Florence Night- 
ingale. 1914 (8) 
Richards, L. E. H. Florence Nightingale. 

1909 (7-8) 
Warren, H: P., ed. 

In Stories from English history, p423-6 
(5-7) 
Sec also Light Brigade, Charge of the 
Stories 
Henty, G: A. Jack Archer (6-7) 
Criminals. See Crime and criminals 
Crimson fairy book. Lang, A., ed. 
Crimson sweater. Barbour, R. H: 
Crocheting 
Archer, E. A. 

In Needlecraft, p306-50 (6-8) 
Crocheting 
In Three hundred and one things a 
bright girl can do, p246-54 
Kelley, L. E. 

In Three hundred things a bright girl 
can do, p43-65, 81-2, 135-8 (7-8) 
Klickmann, F. Little girl's knitting and 

crochet book. 1916 
Sage, E., and Cooley, A. M. Crocheting 
and knitting 
In Occupations for little fingers, pll3- 
19 
Sec also Knitting; Lace 
Crockett, David 
Abbott, J: S. C. David Crockett (6-8) 
Allen, C: F. David Crockett, scout. 1911 

(6-8) 
Johnston, C: H. L. Colonel David 
Crockett: bear hunter, congressman, 
and defender of Texan liberty 
In Famous scouts, pl40-62 (6-8) 
Mowry, W: A: and B. S. David Crockett 

In American pioneers, pl63-72 (5-7) 
Perry, F. M. Story of David Crockett 
In Perry and Beebe's Four American 
pioneers, pl34-94 (4-5) 
Stories 
Munroe, K. W^ith Crockett and Bowie 

(6-7) 
Stoddard, W: O. Lost gold of the Mon- 
tezumas (6-7) 
Crockett, Samuel Rutherford 

Red cap tales; il. in colour by S. H. Ved- 
der. Macmillan *$2; (Standard school 
lib.) *50c (6-7) 

Tales from Waverly, Guy Mannering, Rob Roy, 
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Crocodiles 

Badlam, A. B. 

In Views in Africa, p309-13 (6-7) 
Du Chaillu, P. B. 

In World of the great forest, p210-19 
(5-7) 
Johonnot, J. King of tropical waters 
In Some curious flyers, creepers and 
swimmers, p30-6 (5-6) 
Wood, C. D. Crocodiles and alligators 

In Animals, pl41-4 (4-7) 
Wright, J. M. Ancient monster 

In Seaside and wayside, v4, p263-6 
(5-6) ■ 
See also Alligators 
Stories 
Lang, A., ed. Crocodile stories; The cow 
and the crocodile 
/mi Red book of animal stories, p280-4, 
376-9 (6-7) 
Crocus; poem. Thaxter, C. 

/;; Stories and poems for children, 
pl23-5 
Croesus, king of Lydia 

Baldwin, J. As rich as Croesus 
In Thirty more famous stories retold, 
p82-6 (3-5) 
Church, A. J: Story of Croesus 
In Scudder's Children's book, p436-40 
(2-5) 
Herodotus. Story of King Croesus 
In Stories of the East from Herodotus, 
p2-65 (7-8) 
Morris, C: 
In Historical tales: Greek, p77-85 (7-8) 
Crofton boys. Martineau, H. 
Crofton chums. Barbour, R. H: 
Crommelin, Emeline Gifford 

(ed.) Famous legends. 1904 Century *60c 
(4-5) 

Contents: Robin Hood; King Arthur; Roland; 
St. Denis; The Cid; Legends of Portugal; Leg- 
ends of Ireland; Sigurd; Frithiof; William Tell; 
Bell of Atri; King Robert of Sicily; Pied piper 
of Hamelin; Emperor's sleep; Lorelei 

Crompton, Frances E, 

Gentle heritage. Button *$1 (5) 

"Delightful story of 5 children who 'imagined 
things' and of how they looked for and found 
the 'bogy' and came to love him." N. Y. city 

Cromwell, Oliver 

Church, A. J: Lord Protector 

In Stories from English history, p455- 
64 (6-8) 
Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Oliver 
Cromwell 
In Famous men of modern times, pl75- 
84 (4-6) 
Hawthorne, N. Oliver Cromwell 
In Hawthorne's Grandfather's chair, 
and Biographical stories, p268-77 
Hawthorne's True stories from his- 
tory and biography 
Johonnot's Stories of other lands, 
p 113-24 (4-6) 
Marshall, H. E. Story of Oliver Crom- 
well. 1908 (5-8) 
Warren, H: P., ed. Story of Oliver Crom- 
well 
In Stories from English history, p280- 
91 (5-7) 



Poetry 
Marvell, A. Horatian ode [upon Oliver 
Cromwell's return from Ireland in 
1650] 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p43-7 (7-8) 
Milton, J: Sonnet to the Lord General 
Cromwell 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p48 (7-8) 
Crooked trails. Remington, F: 
Croquet 
Croquet 

In Three hundred and one things a 
bright girl can do, p26-53 
Kelley, L. E. 

In Three hundred things a bright girl 
can do, p439-46 (7-8) 
Cross, Mrs. Mary Ann (Evans) Lewes, 

See Eliot, George, pseud. 
Cross Patch. Coolidge, S. 
Crossing the bar. See Tennyson, A. 
Crothers, Samuel McChord 

]\liss Muffet's Christmas party. Hough- 
ton *$1 (5-6) 
"A party of story-book and fairy people." Hew- 
ins 

Crow, Mrs. Martha Foote 

American country girl. Stokes *$1.50 
(7-8) 

Among the subjects taken up are: ways to earn 
money, recreations, household furnishing and 
management, the daughter's share of the work, 
taste in dress and manners, how to get help and 
information from the government, canning clubs, 
the rural Y. W. C. A. and other organizations 
for girls, etc. 

Harriet Beecher Stowe. 1913 Appleton 
*$1.25 (7-8) 

"Valuable not only as a personal record but as 
a picture of home life in New England nearly a 
century ago. Contains a chronological outline of 
the author's life and a list of her books." A. L. A. 
bkl. 
Lafayette. (True stories of great Amer- 
icans) 1916 Macmillan *50c 

Crowded out o' Crofield. Stoddard, W: O. 

Crowns 

Kelley, J. G: 

In Boy mineral collectors, pl97-206 
(7-8) 
Crows 

Comstock, A. B. The crow 
In Pet book, pl63-6 (5-8) 
Eddy, S. J., ed. The crow 

In Friends and helpers, pl92-3 (3-5) 
Johonnot, J. Gossips and thieves of or- 
chard and woodland 
/;; Neighbors with wings and fins, 
pl56-8 (3-5) 
Merriam, F. A. About the crow 

In Children's hour, v7, pl59-61 (2-8) 
^filler, O. T. American crow 

In Second book of birds, pi 17-21 (5-7) 
Miller, O. T. Comical crow baby 

In Children's hour, v7, pl62-7 (2-8) 
Wilson, A. 

In Weed's Bird life stories, v2, p50-5 
(5-8) 

Poetry 
Cary, P. Crow's children 

In Whittier's Child life, pl95-7 (5-7) 



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Crows — Continued 

Stories 
Long, W: J. Crow-wavs 

In Ways of wood folk, plOl-16 (4-6) 
Pierson, C. D. Swaggering crow 

In Among the forest people, p31-8 (4-5) 
Pyle, K. James Crow 

In Stories of humble friends, p62-70 
(3-4) 
Seton, E. T. Silverspot; the story of a 
crow 
In Wild animals I have known, p59-88 
(5-7) 
Crozier, Gladys Beattie 

Children's parties. 1914 Dutton *50c 

"Helpful in arranging details of games, cos- 
tumes, and refreshments, specially for Christmas 
and May day. Though English in tone, the sug- 
gestions are adaptable to American conditions." 
A. L. A. bkl. 
Indoor games for children. 1914 Dutton 
*50c 

"Clear descriptions of games that take very lit- 
tle preparation and that can be played either at 
parties or at informal gatherings." A. L. A. bkl. 

Outdoor games for children. 1914 Dut- 
ton *50c 

"Has only games that could be played in the 
park or the country. Readable and suggestive." 
A. L. A. bkl. 

Cruikshank, George 

(ed.) Cruikshank fairy book. Putnam 
*$1.25 (2-3) 
Contents: Puss in boots; Jack and the bean- 
stalk; Hop-o'-my-thumb and the seven-league 
hoots; Cinderella and the glass slipper 

(il.) Grimm, J. L. K. and W. K. Popular 
stories 
Cruikshank fairy book. Cruikshank, G: 
Cruise of the Cachalot. Bullen, F. T: 
Cruise of the Canoe club. Alden, W: L. 
Cruise of the Cormorant. Verrill, A. H. 
Cruise of the Dazzler. London, J. 
Cruise of the "Ghost." Alden, W: L. 
Cruising on the St. Lawrence. Tomlinson, 

E. T. 
Crump, Irving 

Bovs' book of firemen. 1916 Dodd *$1.25 
(7-8) 
Crusades 

Abbott, J. History of Richard the First 

of England (6-8) 
Atkinson, A. M. 

In Introduction to American history: 
European beginnings, pl32-48 
(6-7) 
Church, A. J: King Richard's crusade 
In Stories from English history, pl65-87 
(6-8) 
Crusades 

In World's story, v2, p603-31 
Greene, F. N., and Kirk, D. W. Godfrey 
and the first crusade; Richard Coeur- 
de-Lion 
In With spurs of gold, p89-138, 154-88 
(6-7) 
Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Peter 
the Hermit 
In Famous men of the middle ages, 
pl73-9 (4-6) 
Hale, E: E. Geoffrey of Vinsauf 

In Stories of adventure, p69-100 (6-8) 



Johonnot, J., ed. Crusades and the cru- 
saders 
In Ten great events in history, p24-58 
(6-8) 
Kelman, J. H. Stories from the crusades. 

1907 (4-5) 
Tappan, E. M. 

In Old world hero stories, pt2, pl36- 
51 (6-8) 
Warren, H: P., ed. Crusades and Richard 
the First 
In. Stories from English history, p81-8 
(5-7) 
Wilmot-Buxton, E. M. Story of the cru- 
sades. 1911 
Yonge, C. M. King Richard Coeur de 
Lion in the Holy Land 
In Johonnot's Stories of the olden time, 
p224-30 (6-7) 
See also Children's crusade; Chivalry; 
Middle ages; also Baldwin III, king 
of Jerusalem; Godfrey of Bouillon; 
Louis IX, Saint, king of France 
Plays 
Macdonell, A. Crusaders. (Historical 
plays for children, v8) (6-8) 
Stories 
Scott, W. Talisman (8) 

Crustacea 

Duncan, F. M. Shrimps, prawns, and 
barnacles; Crabs and lobsters 
In Seashore, pl80-218 (5-8) 
Duncan, F. M. and L. T. Lobster and his 
relations. 1913 (5-8) 
See also Crabs 

Cuba 

Description and travel 

Carpenter, F. G: Cuba, the pearl of the 
Antilles; Havana; On the sugar and 
tobacco plantations 
In Australia, etc., p357-70 (6-7) 
Dutton, ]M. B. Jose, who lived on the 
wonderful island 
/;; In field and pasture, plO2-20 (2-3) 
Fairford, F. Cuba. 1913 (6-7) 
George, M. M., ed. Little journey to 

Cuba [and Porto Rico] (5-6) 
Kellogg, E. M. C. Cuba 

In Australia and the islands of the sea, 
p 190-206 (6-7) 
Tolman, S. W. C, and others 

In Around the world. v3, pl63-86 (1-6) 
History 
Morris. C: Historical tales: Spanish- 
American. 1908 (7-8) 

Social life and customs 
Wade, M. H. B. Our little Cuban cousin. 
1902 (4-6) 

stories 
Verrill, A. H. In Morgan's wake (6-7) 

CuchuUin saga 

Ebbutt. ]\I. I. Cuchulain, the champion of 
Ireland 
In Hero-myths and legends of the Brit- 
ish race, pl84-203 (6-8) 
Hull, E., comp. Boys' Cuchulain (6-8) 
Marks, J. A. Battle at the ford 

In Early English hero tales, pl8-29 



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Cuckoo clock. Molesworth, M. L. S. 

Cuckoos 

Miller, O. T. Cuckoo family 
In Second book of birds, pl74-7 (5-7) 
Poetry 
Logan, J: The cuckoo 

In Whittier's Child life, plOO (5-7) 
Wordsworth, W: To the cuckoo 

In Johonnot's Neighbors with wings 
and fins, pl35-6 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 

p67-8 
Thacher's Listening child, pllO-11 

Cudjo's cave. Trowbridge, J: T. 

Cumnock, Robert McLean 

(comp.) School speaker. McClurg *75c 
(5-8) 

Cupid and Chow-chow. Alcott, L. M. 

Cupid and Psyche 

In Carpenter's Long ago in Greece, 
pll3-43 

Curious book of birds. Brown, A. F. 

Curious history of a message. Stockton, 
F. R: 
In Clocks of Rondaine, p24-42 (4-5) 

Curious instrument. Taylor, J. 

In Aikin's Eyes and no eyes, p59-63 
(3-4) 

Curling 

Dier, J. C, ed. Curling 
In Book of winter sports, pl25-63 
(6-8) 

Curly-haired hen. Vimar, A. 

Currants 

Kirby, M. and E. Story of the currants 
In Aunt Martha's corner cupboard, 
pi 10-20 (3-5) 

Curtin, Jeremiah 

Fairy tales of eastern Europe. McBride 

*$L50 (3-5) 

"Interesting folklore from Russian, Hungarian, 
Bohemian, and Serbian sources. Quaintly told 
and attractively made up." A. L. A. bkl. 

Curtis, Alice Turner 

Little maid of Massachusetts colony. 
(Little maids' historical ser. v2) Penn 
*80c (4-6) 

"Tells of an eventful journey to Boston and 
how Anne helped to capture an English pri- 
vateer." Pittsburgh 

Little maid of Narragansett bay. Penn 
*90c (4-6) 

"Happy, wholesome story of the time of the 
American revolution. (G. W.)" St. Louis 

"In the same series, but not a sequel to the 
other 'Little maid' stories." A. L. A. bkl. 
Little maid of Province Town. (Little 
maid's historical ser. vl) Penn *80c 
(4-6) 

"A simple, natural and extremely charming 
story of a motherless little girl on Cape Cod dur- 
ing the revolution describing the homely, every- 
day life of the people and the peculiar hardships 
they suffered." A. L. A. bkl. 
Little runaways. Penn *90c (4-6) 
Little runaways and mother. Penn *90c 
(4-6) 

Happy times of two asylum children, a boy and 
girl, who ran away and were adopted by a moth- 
erly woman living in a small village 



Curtis, Edward S. 

Indian daj-s of the long ago. (Indian life 
and Indian lore) World book co. 1914 
$1 (4-6) 

"Story of an Indian boy, written to give an 
intimate picture of the life and customs of the 
Salish Indians and other tribes of the far west 
before their contact with the white man. Illus- 
trations from sketches and photographs." A. L. 
A. bkl. 

Curtis, George William 

Longfellow 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v/, 
p267-8 (7-8) 
jMy chateaux 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v7, p256-75 (7) 
Biography 
Harris, A. B. George William Curtis 
In American authors for young folks, 
p205-23 (7-8) 
Wright, H. C. (jeorge William Curtis 
In Children's stories in American litera- 
ture, v2, pl-18 (7-8) 
Poetry 
Lowell, J. R. An epistle to George Wil- 
liam Curtis 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p340-l (7-8) 
Curwood, James Oliver 

Wolf hunters. Bobbs $1.50 _ (6-7) 

"How two boys spent a winter in a western wil- 
derness, their adventures with wolves and Indians, 
and how they finally discover a treasure. A good 
story for any boy." Cleveland 

Cushing, William Barker 

Blaisdell, A. F., and Ball, F. K. Cushing 
saves the fleet; How Cushing escaped 
In Heroic deeds of American sailors, 
pllO-28 (5-8) 
Morris, C: William Barker Cushing and 
the sinking of the "Albemarle" 
In Heroes of the navy, p294-301 (6-8) 
Mowry, W: A: and A. M. Lieutenant 
William B. Cushing 
/;; American heroes and heroism, p72-7 
(5-7) 
Custer, Mrs. Elizabeth (Bacon) 

Boots and saddles. 1885 Harper $1.50 
(7-8) 

"Army life, describing many fights with the In- 
dians, 1873-1876." Pittsburgh 
Boy general: story of the life of Major- 
general George A. Custer; ed. by M. E. 
Burt. Scribner *50'C (7-8) 

"Adapted from the author's 'Boots and sad- 
dles,' 'Following the guidon,' and 'Tenting on the 
plains.' " Wis." free lib. com. 

Following the guidon. 1890 Harper $1.50 
(7-8) 

"Army life, Indian fights, hunting trips in the 
Indian territory and Kansas with Custer and the 
Seventh cavalry, 1868." N. Y. city 
Tenting on the plains. Harper $L50 
(7-8) 

"Garrison and camp life with Gen. Custer in 
Texas and Kansas." Pittsburgh 

Custer, George Armstrong 

Custer, E. B. Boots and saddles. 1885 

(7-8) 
Custer, E. B. Boy general (7-8) 
Custer, E. B. Following the guidon. 1890 

(7-8) 
Custer, E. B. Tenting on the plams 

(7-8) 



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Custer, George Armstrong — Continued 
Godfrey, E. S. Custer's last battle 

In Barstow's Progress of a united peo- 
ple, p64-9 (4-8) 
Johnston, C: H. L. George Armstrong 
Custer, Indian fighter 
/;; Famous cavalry leaders, p359-93 
(6-8) 
McLaughlin, J. Indian story of the Cus- 
ter tragedy 
In World's story, vl3, p454-70 

Stories 

Brooks, E. S. jMaster of the Strong 
Hearts: story of Custer's last rally 
(6-8) 
Sabin, E. L. On the plains with Custer 
(6-8) 
Custer, Mrs. George Armstrong. See Cus- 
ter, j\Irs. Elizabeth (Bacon) 
Customs. See Manners and customs; also 
names of countries, subhead Social life 
and customs, as Cuba — Social life and 
customs 
Cuthbert, Saint 

Macgregor, j\I. Saint Cuthbert 

In Stories of three saints, p86-116 (4-5) 
Cutter, Mrs. Sarah J. 

(comp.) Conundrums, riddles, puzzles 
and games. Paul 40c (4-6) 
Cutting, Mrs. Mary Stewart (Doubleday) 
Heart of Lynn. Lippincott *90c (7-8) 

"The story presents in a wholesome way, a 
young woman's love for her family." Power 

Cuttlefish 

Duncan, F. 'M. Cuttlefish, octopus, and 
nautilus 
In Seashore, p228-30 (5-8) 
Johonnot, J., ed. Devil fish and his kin 
In Glimpses of the animate w^orld, p86- 
90 (6-7) 
Miller, O. T. Hugged to death 
In Little folks in feathers and fur, 
p278-80 (3-5) 
Cuvier, Baron de 

\\'right, H. C. Cuvier and the animals of 
the past 
In Children's stories of the great sci- 
entists, pl54-75 (6-7) 
Cycling. See Bicycles and bicycling 

Cyclones 

stories 

Ford, M. L. Fifteen minutes with a cy- 
clone 
In Stories of strange sights, retold from 
St. Nicholas, pll7-25 (5-7) 
Sec also Storms 
Cyclopedias. See Encyclopedias 
Cyclops 

Carpenter, E. J. Polyphemus, Acis, and 
Galatea 
In Long ago in Greece, p213-21 (6-7) 
Cydippe and Acontius 

In Carpenter's Long ago in Greece, 
p203-ll 

Cyprus 

Kellogg, E. M. C. 

In Australia and the islands of the sea, 
p328-30 (6-7) 



Cyr, Ellen M, , 

Cvr graded art readers. 3bks Ginn bkl 

'*30c; bk2 *35c; bk3 *50c (1-5) 
New primer. 1912 Ginn *30c 
Primer. Ginn *24c 

Story of three great artists. Ginn *60c 
(4-5) 

"Simply told stories of the life and work of 
Raphael, Michael Angelo and Leonardo da Vinci, 
describing their most noted paintings and repro- 
ducing 32 of them. A reprint of 'Cyr graded art 
readers, book 3.' " A. L. A. bkl. 

Cyrus the Great, king of Persia 

Abbott, J. Historv of Cyrus the Great 

(6-8) 
Abbott, J. How Cyrus the Great won the 
land of gold 
In World's story, v2, p303-28 
Baldwin, J. Young cupbearer 

In Fifty famous people, p91-6 (1-3) 
Farmer, L. H. Cyrus the Great 

In Boys' book of famous rulers, p30-70 
(7-8) 
Herodotus. Story of King Cyrus 
//.' Stories of the East from Herodotus, 
p66-115 (7-8) 
Plutarch. In olden Persia 
In Gould's Children's Plutarch; tales of 
the Greeks, p59-66 
Price, L. L. First battle of Cj^rus the 
Great 
In Wandering heroes, p89-103 (3-5) 
Rollin, C: Cyrus and his grandfather; 
Cyrus and the Armenians 
In Johonnot's Stories of the olden time, 
p80-9 (6-7) 
Xenophon. When Cyrus the Great was a 
boy 
In World's story, v2, p294-302 



D 



Dab Kinzer. Stoddard, W: O. 
Daddy Darwin's dovecot. Ewing, J. H. G. 
Daddy Jake, the runaway. Harris, J. C. 
Daddy long-legs 

Pierson, C. D. Cheerful harvestmen 
In Among the meadow people, p42-9 
(3-4) 
Daedalus 

Carpenter, E. J. Daedalus and Icarus 
In Long ago in Greece, pl91-201 (6-7) 

Daffodils 

Poetry 
Herrick, R. To dafifodils 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p266 (7-8) 
Wordsworth, W: Daffodils 

In Evans and others. Farm life read- 
ers. bk4, p286 
MacDonald and Blaisdell's Child life, 

v5, p31 
Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 
pl70 (5-7) 
— Same; with title I wandered lonely as a 
cloud 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
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Dairying 

Carpenter, F. G: Milk, butter, and 
cheese; Dairying in other lands 
In Foods, pl07-26 (5-6) 
Carpenter, F. O. Dairy products 
In Foods and their uses, pl36-43 (5-8) 
See also Butter; Cattle; Cheese; 
Cows; Milk 

Daisies 

Lane, AI. A. L. and M., eds. Daisies 
/;; All the year round, v4, p9-10 (3-4) 
Poetry 
Howitt, M. Buttercups and daisies 

In Whittier's Child life, p89-90 (5-7) 
Lovejoy, M. L, comp. The daisy; Wake 
up, little daisy 
In Nature in verse, p63-5 (4-7) 
Morrison, M. J. W., ed. Little daisy 
In Songs and rhymes for the little ones, 
pl2 (2-4) 
Sherman, F. D. Daisies 

In IVlcMurry's Classic stories for the lit- 
tle ones. pl28 (2-3) 
Daisy chain. Yonge, C. M. 
Dakota Indians 

Newell, C. Indian stories. 1912 (5-7) 

Dale, Lucy 

Stories from European history. 1910 
Longmans *50c (5-6) 

"Short accounts of a number of historical 
events, and sketches of national heroes, arranged 
for supplementary reading. Told clearly and 
simply and attractively illustrated." A. L. A. bkl. 

Dale, Richard 

Capture of the Serapis 

In Hart and Hill's Camps and firesides 
of the revolution. p285-9 (6-8) 
Seawell, M. E. Richard Dale 

In Twelve naval captains, p28-41 (6-8) 

Dale and Eraser, sheepmen. Hamp, S. E: 

Dalkeith, Lena 

Aesop's fables; retold. (Told to the chil- 
dren ser.) Dutton *50c (3-4) 

"Attractive illustrated edition." Washington 

Little plays. (Told to the children ser.) 
Dutton 40c (4-5) 

Contents: Sir Gareth of Orkney; Princess and 

the swineherd; King Alfred and the cakes; Scene 

from Robin Hood; Scene from Uncle Tom's cabin 

"These five plays are well suited to acting and 

will furnish material for home theatricals." N. Y. 

state lib. 

Stories from French history. (Stories 

from history ser.) 1909 Dutton *SOc 

(5-6) 

"Seven short stories about as many periods of 
French history, simply told and giving a clear 
idea of men and events." A. L. A. bkl. 
Stories from Roman history. (Stories 
from history ser.) 1908 Dutton *50c 
(4-6) 
"Clear, readable accounts of Roman heroes." 
A. L. A. bkl. 

Dalrymple, Julia. See MacDonald, E. A. B., 
jt. auth. 

Damascus 

Kinglake, A. W: Damascus 
In Johonnot's Geographical reader, 
p253-5 (7-8) 

"Dame Curtsey's" book of candy making. 
Glover, E. H. 



"Dame Curtsey's" book of games for chil- 
dren. Glover, E. H., ed. 
Dame Wiggins of Lee and her seven won- 
derful cats. See Ruskin, J:, ed. 
Damien, Joseph, Father 

Clitford, E., and Mabie, H. W. Father 
Damien 
Li Young and Field literary readers, v5, 
p304-13 
Lambert, J: C. Father Damien, the mis- 
sionany to the lepers 
In World's story, vl, p526-35 
Lang, L. B. Apostle of the lepers 

In Red book of heroes, p95-108 (7-8) 
Mabie, H. W., ed. Father Damien 

In Heroes every child should know, 
p320-32 (6-7) 
Quiller-Couch, A. T: Father Damien 
In Roll call of honour, p323-48 (8) 
Damon and Pythias 

In Baldwin's Fifty famous stories re- 
told, p 100-2 
Guerber's Story of the Greeks, p204-8 
Johonnot's Stories of the olden time, 
p36-9 (6-8) 
Dams 

Beard, D. C. Dams for swimming holes, 
trout or wild duck ponds 
In Handicraft for outdoor boys, pl39-45 
New ideas for out of doors, pl39-45 
(6-8) 
Bond, A. R. Harnessing Thunder river 
In On the battle front of engineering, 
p3-40 (7-8) 
Williams, A. 

In How it is done, p207-71 (7-8) 
Williams, A. Dams and aqueducts 
In Romance of modern engineering, 
p55-81 (7-8) 
See also Assouan dam; Keokuk dam 
Dana, Edward S. 

Minerals and how to study them. 2d ed 
Wiley *$1.50 

"Best elementary handbook on minerals." Jor- 
dan 

Dana, Richard Henry, jr. 

Two years before the mast. Houghton 
(Riverside school lib.) hf lea *70c; 
(Riverside lit. ser.) *60c; il. by E. Boyd 
Smith *$1.50 (8) ,.^ . 

Voyage around the Horn and to California, 

"Leads all others as the book best descriptive 

of the life of the American sailor." E. S. Brooks 

—Same. Macmillan *25c; il. by C: Pears 

*$2 

Dana, Mrs. William Starr. See Parsons, 

Mrs. Frances Theodora (Smith) Dana 

Dances 

Bell, F. E. E. O., comp. Singing circle. 

1911 (1-3) 
Crawford, C. Dramatic games and dances 

for little children. 1914 (1-3) 
Kirk, F. H. Rhythmic games and dances 

for children. 1914 
Perry, S. G. S. Dance 
In When mother lets us act, pl09-19 
(3-4) 
See also Folk dances; Snake dance; 
Sun dance 
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Dandelions 

Poetry 

Bass, F. A dandelion 

In Stories of plant life, p24-8 (2-3) 
Bostwick, H. B. Little Dandelion 

In Whittier's Child life, p90-2 (5-7) 
Garrabrant, N. M. Dandelion 

In Evans and others. Farm life read- 
ers, bk4, p278 (4-6) 
Lovejoy, M. I., comp. Dandelion 
In Nature in verse, p66-7 (4-7) 
Lowell, J. R. To the dandelion 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p267-8 
Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 
pl67-9 (5-7) 
i\Ic]\Iurry, L. B., ed. Dandelion 
In McMurry's Classic stories for the lit- 
tle ones, pl09 
Strong's All the year round, v3, p54-5 
(2-4) 

stories 

Daulton, A. M. A great family 
In Skinner's Emerald story book, pl38- 
41 (5-7) 
Maetzel, C. What the dandelion told 
In Skinner's Emerald story book, pl31-7 
(5-7) 
Poulsson, E. How West Wind helped 
Dandelion 
/;; In the child's world, p65-9 (1-2) 
Strong, F. L., ed. Legend of the dande- 
lion 
III All the year round, v3, p52-3 (3-4) 
Dangerous occupations. See Occupations, 

Dangerous 
Daniel 

Mabie, H. W., ed. Daniel 
In Heroes every child should know, 
p43-5 (6-7) 
See also Bible. Old Testament 
Danish fairy and folk tales. Bay, J. C, 

comp. 
Danish fairy tales. Grundtvig, S. 
Danny Fists. Camp, W'. C. 
Danny Fists series. See Camp, W. C. 
Danny IMeadow Mouse. Burgess, T. W. 
Danny, the freshman. Camp, W. C. 
Dante Alighieri 

Stories from Dante, by Norley Chester. 
1898 Warne $1.25 (6-7) 
Biography 
Birkhead, A. Dante, the divine poet 
In Heroes of modern Europe, pl9-29 
(7-8) 
Harrison, E. Vision of Dante 

In In story-land, pl24-40 (3-4) 
Lewis, E. C. A little Florentine lady 
In Stories of the middle ages, retold 
from St. Nicholas, p87-92 (5-8) 
Daphne 

Cooke, F. J. Daphne 

In Nature myths, p74-6 (2-4) 
Cox, G: W: Daphne 
In Tales of ancient Greece, pl2-13 (8) 

D'Arblay, Mme. Frances (Burney). See 

Arblaj'-, Mme. Frances (Burney) d' 

D'Arc, Jeanne. See Joan of Arc 



Dark ages. See IMiddle ages 

Dark day 

Baldwin, J. Dark day 
In Fifty famous people, pl24-6 (1-3) 

Darling, Grace 

Baldwin, J. Grace Darling 

In Fifty famous stories retold, p61-3 
(2-4) 
Carey, R. N. Heroine of the Fame is- 
lands 
In Children's hour, v8, p221-35 (2-8) 
Johonnot, J., ed. Grace Darling 

In Stories of other lands, pl94-204 
(4-6) 
Lang, A., ed. Story of Grace Darling 
In Tru.e story book, p41-7 (6-7) 

Blue true stor}- book [adapted for 
younger children], pl-8 
Mabie, H. W., and Stephens, K., eds. 
Grace Darling 
In Heroines that every child should 
know, p230-40 (6-7) 

Darton, F. J. Harvey 

(ed.) Seven champions of Christendom. 
Stokes *$1.50 (5-7) 

"A very free adaptation of the romance of this 
name by Richard Johnson, written before 1597, 
recounting the knightly adventures and love sto- 
ries of St. George of England, St. Denis of 
France, St. James of Spain, St. Anthony of 
Italy, St. Andrew of Scotland, St. Patrick of Ire- 
land, and St. David of Wales, none of whom 
have any connection with the saints whose names 
they bear. Illustrations, some in color, by Nor- 
man Ault, are usually attractive." A. L. A. bkl. 

Tales of the Canterbury pilgrims; retold. 
Stokes *$1.50 (5-8) 

"Stories from Chaucer retold in vigorous Eng- 
lish, splendidly illustrated by Hugh Thomson. 
There are also a few stories by Lydgate and 
others. Retains much of Chaucer's optimism, 
chivalry and gentle courtesy." Pittsburgh 

Wonder book of beasts. Stokes *$1.50 

"Twenty-seven animal tales including a num- 
ber of old favorites, viz: Reynard the fox, Three 
bears, Chicken-licken, Wolf and the seven gos- 
lings, and stories from the works of Mary How- 
itt, H. C. Andersen, R. Reinecke, Mary Frere 
and the Grimm brothers. Some of the stories 
have been adapted, but they are well told and 
the illustrations are charming." A. L. A. bkl. 

Wonder book of old romance. Stokes 
*$1.50 (6-8) 

Contents: William and the werewolf; King 
Robert of Sicily; Sir Cleges and the cherries; 
Sir Gowan and the green knight; Fair unknown; 
King Horn; Seven wise masters; Sir Degore and 
the broken sword; Guy of Warwick; Ash and 
the hazel; Floris and Blanchefleur; Amys and 
Amylion ; Havelock the Dane 

Darwin, Charles 

What Mr. Darwin saw in his voyage round 
the world in the ship "Beagle." 1904 
Harper $3 (5-8) 
"Observations on animals and plants in a scien- 
tific voyage." Hewins 

Biography 

Elias, E. L. 

/;; In Victorian times, pl65-72 (7-8) 
Wright. H. C. Darwin and Huxley 

In Children's stories of the great sci- 
entists, p333-46 {6-7) 

Dasent, Sir George Webbe 

(tr.) Asbjornsen, P: C. Norse fairy 
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Dasent, Sir George Webbe—Coufiinicd 
East o' the sun and west o' the moon, 

and other Norse fairy tales. Putnam 

*$1.25 
(tr.) Heroes of Iceland. Little *$1.30 

(5-7) 

Adapted from Dasent's translation of "The 
story of Burnt Njal," by Allen French 

Dates 

Carpenter, F. G: Dates and figs 

In Foods, p281-5 (5-6) 
Chamberlain, J. F. Flow dates grow 
In How we are fed, pl55-64 (4-5) 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: Date in- 
dustry 
In Africa, p72-82 (5-7) 
Daudet, Alphonse 
Last class 
In Chisholm's Stories for the ten-year- 
old [adapted], p230-6 

Daughter of the rich. Waller, M. E. 

D'Aulnoy, Countess. See Aulnoy, M. C. J. 
de B., comtesse de 

Daulton, Mrs. Agnes (Warner) McClelland 

From Sioux to Susan. Century $1.50 

(6-8) 
Published in St. Nicholas 

"Boarding-school story of a girl who learned 
not to make herself conspicuous." Hewins 

Davenport, Abraham 

Baldwin, J. Dark day 
In Fifty famous people, pl24-6 (1-3) 

David, king of Israel 

Herbst, E. David; David and Goliath 
In Tales and custoins of the ancient He- 
brews, p7-45. 125-36 (7-8) 
Mabie, H. W., ed. David 
In Heroes every child should know, p46- 
51 (6-7) 
Sweetser, K. D. David: the shepherd boy 
In Ten boys from history, p55-88 (6-8) 
Sec also Bible. Old Testament 

David, Saint 

Chenoweth, C. V. Saint David 
In Stories of the saints, p43-57 (5-6) 

David Balfour. Stevenson, R. L: B. 

David Copperfield. Dickens, C: 

David Crockett, scout. Allen, C: F. 

David the giant killer. Solis-Cohen, E. 

Davidson, Norman J. 

(ed.) Knight errant and his doughty 
deeds. Lippincott *$1.50 (6-8) 

"Story of Amadis of Gaul retold from South- 
ey's translation. Attractive cover, and colored 
pictures by H. M. Brock." Olcott 

Daviess, Maria Thompson 

Phyllis. Century *$1.25 (5-7) 

"Fifteen-year-old Phyllis, rich but lonely, con- 
fides a great secret to 'leather Louise' and tells 
how she found friends and interests, excitement 
and adventure, in the little southern town of 
Byrdsville." Pittsburgh 

Davis, Charles Gerard 

(ed.) Harper's boating book for boys. 
1912 Harper *$1.50 (6-8) 
Dictionary of mechanical and electrical terms, 
p. 3gi-407 

"Covers a larger field than Beard's 'Boat-build- 
ing and boating." A. L. A. bkl. 



"Guide to motor boating, sailing, canoeing and 
rowing. Gives directions for making model boats 
and those for actual use; also suggestions for the 
choice of a boat, its outfit, management and care. 
Closing chapters give a history of the Harvard- 
Yale races from 1852 to 1912. Many illustrative 
drawings and diagrams." Pittsburgh 

Motor boating for boys, 1913 Harper 
*50c (6-8) 

"Simple, practical handbook of motor-boating 
which . . . not only explains the details of the 
mechanism, installation, and operation of motors, 
tanks, carbureters, etc., but also sets forth the va- 
rious chances for trouble, and the difficulties 
which may be encountered, and shows how they 
are to be avoided or overcome." Preface 

"Contains chapters on 'Sign-boards and lamp- 
posts of the water' and 'Rules of the road.' " 
Pittsburgh 

Davis, Jefferson 

Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
Davis's birthday 
In Days and deeds: prose, pl36-41 
(5-7) 

Davis, Katharine Wallace 

Punchinellos. Flanagan 40c 

"Short story of southern Italy. Has character 
though somewhat sensational. Useful in Italian 
districts." Pittsburgh 

Davis, Mary Evelyn Moore 

Moons of Balbanca. Houghton *$1 

"Story of a summer spent on a large plantation 
by an imaginative boy from the French quarter 
of New Orleans. Will not attract many children 
because of the patois and superstitions, but will 
be enjoyed by a few, especially if read to them. 
Well printed and attractively bound and illustrat- 
ed." A. L. A. bkl. 

Davis, Mary Hayes, and Chow-Leung 

Chinese fables and folk stories. 1908 Am. 
bk. *40c (4-6) 

"Excellent translations and retold versions of 
stories which illustrate Chinese processes of 
thought and manner of living." A. L. A. bkl. 

Davis, Mrs. Rebecca (Harding) 

Kent Hampden. Scribner *$1 (6-7) 

"Story of a boy who lived in the mountains of 
W^est Virginia, and how he outwitted the enemies 
of his father." Oregon 

Davis, Richard Harding 

Stories for boys. Scribner *$1 (Ser. for 
young people) *60c (6-7) 

Contains: The reporter who made himself 
king; Midsummer pirates; Richard Carr's baby; 
The great tri-club tennis tournament; The jump 
at Corey's slip; The Van Bibber baseball club; 
The story of a jockey 

Davison, Grace Lee 

Games and parties for children. 1916 Lit- 
tle *$1 

Davy, Sir Humphry 

Cabot, E. L. Sir Humphry Davy 

In Ethics for children, p222-4 (1-0 
Faris, J: T. Humphry Davy 

In Winning their way, p3-9 (7-8) 
Holland, R. S. Davy and the safetj'-lamp 

In Historic inventions, pl26-39 (5-8) 
Towle. G: M. Humphry Davy and the 
safety-lamp 
In Heroes and martyrs of invention, 
pl23-31 (6-7) 
Wright, H. C. Davy and nature's magi- 
cian 
In Children's stories of the great sci- 
entists, p212-25 (6-7) 

Davy and the goblin. Carryl, C: E: 



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Dawson, Arthur H. 

Stories from Dutch history. 1913 Crowell 
*$1.50 (7-8) 

"Account of the most picturesque and note- 
worthy events up to the treaty of Utrecht, partly 
adapted from Motley. Will serve as a stepping 
stone to 'The rise of the Dutch republic' for older 
boys and girls." A. L. A. bkl. 

Dawson, Frederick Thomas. See Clarke, 
W. J., jt. auth. 

Dawson, Jean 

Boj^s and girls of Garden city. 1914 Ginn 
*90'c; *75c (5-7) 

"Story of a band of children who study prob- 
lems relative to public health and hygiene." 
Cleveland 

Dawson, Lawrence 

Stories from the Faerie queene. Crowell 
*$1.50 
Day, Holman Francis 

Eagle badge; or, The Skokums of the 
Allagash. Harper $1.25 (6-7) 

"Adventures of an honest, manly boy who, 
joining the river drivers in the Maine lumber re- 
gions, is instrumental in bringing to justice a 
gang of counterfeiters. Part of th« story ap- 
peared in 'Youth's companion' under the alterna- 
tive title." A. L. A. bkl. 

Day, Lewis Foreman 

Alphabets old and new. 1911 Scribner *$2 

(7-8) 

Day, William Rufus 

Good manners and diplomacy 
In Ship of state, pl83-98 (7-8) 

Day in an iron-works. Cooke, A. O. 
Days. See Holidays 

Days and deeds: a book of verse. Steven- 
son, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 

Days and deeds: prose. Stevenson, B. E. 
and E. S. B., comps. 

Days and deeds a hundred years ago. 
Stone, G. L., and Fickett, M. G. 

Days before history. Hall, H. R. 
Deacon's masterpiece. See Holmes, O. W. 
One hoss shay 

Dead sea 

Eliot, C: W. Dead sea 
In Johonnot's Geographical reader, 
p60-3 (7-8) 

Dear old story-tellers. Adams, O. F. 
Dearborn, Ned 

Bird houses and how to build them. 1914 
(United States — Agriculture, Depart- 
ment of. Farmers' bulletin no. 609) 
(6-8) 

"Very practical. Gives designs and working 
drawings." Pittsburgh 

Death 

Browning, R. Prospice; poem 
In Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 
p375 (5-7) 
Garrison, W. P. Death 
In Parables for school and home, pl83-9 
(6-7) 

Debating 

Foster. W: H. Debating for boys. 1915 
(7-8) 

Debating for boys. Foster, W: H. 



De Bogory Mokrievich, Vladimir Karpovich 

When 1 was a boy in Russia. (Children 
of other lands) 1916 Lothrop *75c 

"Interesting, condensed account, which pictures 
the author's life sixty years ago, the winter and 
summer sports, the religious ceremonies, and 
student life. Considerable attention is given to 
the revolutionist movement, even something of 
the life in Siberia from which the author escaped. 
For the older boys and girls, and even adults." 
A. L. A. bkl. 

Decatur, Stephen 

Blaisdell, A. F., and Ball, F. K. Daring 
exploit 
In Hero stories from American history, 
pl56-68 (5-7) 
Eggleston, E: Decatur and the pirates 
In Stories of great Americans, p83-7 
(2-4) 
Frothingham, J. P. Decatur in at the fin- 
ish 
In Sea-wolves of seven shores, p74-89 
. (7-8) 
Morris, C: 
In Historical tales: American, vl, p233- 
44 (7-8) 
Morris, C: Stephen Decatur and the 
burning of the "Philadelphia" 
In Heroes of the navy, pl26-41 (6-8) 
Mowry, W: A: and A. M. Stephen De- 
catur 
In First steps in the history of our coun- 
try, pi 92-200 (4-5) 
Seawell, M. E. Decatur and Somers 

(6-7) 
Seawell, M. E. Stephen Decatur 
In Twelve naval captains, pl02-29 (6-8) 
See also Philadelphia (ship) 
Declaration of independence 
Coe, F. E. 

In Makers of the nation, p62-9 (4-6) 
Foote, A. E., and Skinner, A. W. 
In Makers and defenders of America, 
app. pl-4 (4-8) 
Webster, D. Supposed speech of John 
Adams on the Declaration of indepen- 
dence 
/;; Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v7, pl76-80 
Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, v3, pl93-7 
Worstell, M. V. Signers of the Declara- 
tion of independence 
In Barstow's Colonists and the revolu- 
tion, pl57-78 (4-8) 

Decoration and ornament 

Adams, J. H: Painting, decorating, and 
stencilling 
In Harper's indoor book for boys, p283- 
301 (5-8) 
See also Alphabet: Art; China paint- 
ing; Design; Embroidery; Enamel; 
Furniture; House decoration; Illumina- 
tion of manuscripts and books; Illustra- 
tion of books; Metal work; Painting; 
Pottery; Pyrography; School decora- 
tion; Stencils and stenciling; Wood 
carving 

Decoration day. See Memorial day 

Deeds of doing and daring. Johnston, 
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127 



Deer 

Comstock, A. B. Fawn 

In Pet book, p45-7 (5-8) 
Johonnot, J. Antlered tenants of the 
woods 
In Neighbors with claws and hoofs, 
p203-9 (5-6) 
Monteith, J: and C. Red man's Httle deer 
cow 
In Some useful animals, p53-9 (2-3) 
Roosevelt, T. 

In Good hunting, pl3-24, 41-50 (7-8) 
Seton, E. T. Horns and hoofs and legs 
of speed 
In Wild animals at home, p55-88 (5-8) 
Stuart, C. E. Home life of Scottish deer; 
Deer-stalking in the Scottish high- 
lands 
In Johonnot's Glimpses of the animate 
world, p338-51 (6-7) 
Wright, M. O. Horns, prongs and ant- 
lers 
In Four-footed Americans, p298-308 
(7-8) 
See also Reindeer; Moose 

Stories 

Fortescue, J: W: Story of the red deer 

(6-7) 
Long, W: J. Following the deer 

In Secrets of the woods, pl28-84 (4-6) 
Long, W: J. Hunting without a gun 

In Little brother to the bear, and other 
animal stories, pl46-63 (5-7) 
Long, W: J. What the fawns must know; 
Cry in the night 

In Wood folk at school, pl-30 (5-7) 
Seton, E. T. Trail of the Sandhill stag. 

1899 (6-8) 
Warner, C: D. A-hunting of the deer 

(7-8) 

Deerfield, Massachusetts 

stories 

Smith, ]\L P. W. Boy captive of old Deer- 
field (6-7) 
Smith, M. P. W. Boys of the border 

Deerslayer. Cooper, J. F. 

Defoe, Daniel 

Robinson Crusoe; with plates after de- 
signs by Noel Pocock. Doran *$2 
(5-8) 

First part only 

"This edition is both pleasing and dignified in 
appearance. Has good paper and print, wide 
margins and attractive cover. Illustrated with 24 
plates, rich in color. These have the spirit of 
the story." Pittsburgh 
— Same; il. by the brothers Rhead. Har- 
pet- $1.50 (5-8) 

First part only 

"A feature of this edition are the illustrations 
and borders made especially from sketches of the 
island of Tobago in the West Indies, near Trini- 
dad, known to be the island described by Defoe." 
N. Y. city 

— Same; il. by E. Boyd Smith. Houghton 
*$1.50 (5-8) 

First part only 

"Many features about this edition recommend 
it for the public library. The type and binding 
are excellent. The Smith illustrations in color 
and style appeal to children more than the Rhead 
illustrations." Wis. free lib. com. 



— Same; il. in colour and line by J. A. 

Symington. Dutton $2.50 (5-8) 
— Same; reprinted from the edition of 

1719; il. by C. E. Brock and D. L. 

Munro. Heath *60c (5-8) 

First part only 

— Same. (Riverside school lib.) Hough- 
ton *60c (5-6) 

"Excellent edition for teachers and school use." 
Wis. free lib. com. 

— Same; ed. by James Baldwin. Am. bk. 
*35c (3-4) 

"Retains most of the charm of the original. 
Readable for very young children." N. Y. city 

— Same; ed. by Marv Godolphin. Dutton 

50c; Educational 50c (2-4) 
— Same; told by John Lang; colored pic- 
tures by W. B. Robinson. (Told to 
the children ser.) Dutton *50c (2-3) 
Biography, etc. 
Adams, O. F. 

In Dear old story-tellers, pl64-77 (6-8) 
Hale, E: E. Robinson Crusoe 

In Boys' heroes, pi 11-26 (6-8) 
Mitchell, D. G. Robinson Crusoe 
In About old story-tellers, pl98-218 
(6-8) 
Wright, H. C. Birth of the novel 

In Children's stories in English litera- 
ture, v2, p212-26 (7-8) 
Deirdre 

Chisholm, L. Star-eyed Deirdre 

In Celtic tales, pl-41 (4-5) 
Lang, J. 

In Book of myths, p306-33 (8) 
Dekker, Thomas 
Song 
/;; Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
pl29 (7-8) 
De Kover, H. Tomai 

Hungary. (Peeps at many lands) 1911 
Macmillan *60c (6-8) 

"Interesting, popular account of Hungarian his- 
tory, customs, folklore, dress, schools, industries, 
etc. Color plates exceptionally good." A. L. A. 
bkl. 

Delacombe, Harry 

Boys' book of airships. 1909 Stokes 
*$1.75 (7-8) 

"Gives (i) a history of ballooning and balloons 
in war and sport; (2) of airships; and (3) of 
heavier-thanair machines, kites, gliders and aero- 
planes. Not especially adapted to children's read- 
ing, but will be interesting to older boys, and is 
a useful reference book. Very well illustrated." 
A. L. A. bkl. 

Delacroix, Eugene 
Clement, C. E. 
In Stories of art and artists, p290-l 
(7-8) 

Deland, Ellen Douglas 

Alan Ransford. Harper $1.50 (8) 

Includes a description of a football match be- 
tween Harvard and Pennsylvania and also of a 
class day at Harvard 
Katrina. Wilde *$1.25 (6-7) 

"A summer vacation at the Perkins' farm with 
Katrina and the boarders." Prentice and Power 
Malvern; a neighborhood story. Wilde 
*$1.25 {6-7) 

"How some enterprising boys and girls in a 
New Jersey country village form a "Travellers' 
club,' publish a paper, and do other things to 
raise money for a trip to the Chicago World's 
fair." Pittsburgh 



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Deland, Ellen Douglas — Continued 
Oakleigh. Harper $1.25 (6-8) 

"Exceptionally good girl's story. Concerns a 
family of five children and their experiences in 
accepting new circumstances." N. Y. city 

Successful venture. Wilde *$1.25 (6-7) 
"How four plucky girls and their younger 
brother earned their own living." Prentice and 
Power 

Delano, Edith Barnard 

June. Houghton *$1.25 (7-8) 

De la Ramee, Louise (Ouida, pseud.) 

Bimbi: stories for children. Lippincott 
*50c; il. by M. L. Kirk *$1.25 (4-6) 

Contents: Moufflon; A Provence rose; Lamp- 
black; The ambitious rose tree; The child of 
Urbino; Meleagris Gallopavo; Findelkind 

Lippincott also publishes Bimbi stories in 7V 
at *40C each. Contents of this set varies slightly 
from that of the *50c and *$i.2S volumes 

— Same. Ginn *50c; school ed *40c 

Contents: Nurnberg stove; The ambitious rose 
tree; Lampblack; Child of Urbino; Findelkind 

Dog of Flanders. Page *SOc (4-7) 

"A Christmas story of old Antwerp, of strange 
little Nello, who passionately loved the pictures 
of Rubens, and his faithful dog Patrasche." 
N. Y. city 

— Same. Lippincott *40c; il. by M. L. 

Kirk *50c 
— Same 

In Children's hour, vlO, pl36-85 
— Same, and Nurnberg stove. Houghton 

(Riverside lit. ser.) *25c 
■ — Same [containing Nurnberg stove, Lit- 
tle earl and In the apple country] ; il. by 
M. L. Kirk. Lippincott *$1.25 
Moufillou. Educational 25c (4-6) 
— Same [adapted] 

In Wiggin and Smith's Story hour, 
p59-71 (2-4) 
— Same, and other stories. Lippincott 
■ *40c 

"Story of a little Italian boy and his pet 
poodle. Contains also 'The ambitious rose tree' 
and 'Lampblack.' " Pittsburgh 

Niirnberg stove. Lippincott *40c; il. by 
M. L. Kirk *50c (5-6) 

"How August, a little German boy, took a long 
journey in a porcelain stove." Pittsburgh 
Same as "Hirschvogel " 

— Same. Page 50c; Ginn *30c 

— Same 

In Mabie's Famous stories, p212-70 
— Same [adapted]; with title "Porcelain 
stove"' 
/;; Wiggin and Smith's Story hour, p83- 
95 (2-4) 

Delaroche, Paul 

Clement, C. E. 
In Stories of art and artists, p289-90 
(7-8) 

De Long, George Washington 

Horton. E. Voyage of the Jeannette, 
1879-1881 
In Frozen North, p72-80 (6-7) 

Demetrios, George 

When I was a boj^ in Greece. (Children 
of other lands ser.) 1913 Lothrop 
*7Sc (7-8) 

"Written from a Greek boy's own account of 
his childhood in Macedonia, his sports, schooling 
and the persecutions of the Turks, supplemented 
by some historical chapters. For older children." 
N. Y. state lib. 



Demetrius I, king of Macedonia 

Plutarch. Golden shoes and two crowns 
In Gould's Children's Plutarch; tales 
of the Greeks, pl36-42 
De Mille, William Churchill 

Christmas spirit; Votes for fairies: two 
plays for children. 1914 John Martin's 
house, 5 W\ 39th st., N. Y. 50c 
Deming, Mrs. Therese Osterheld 

American animal life; il. by E. W. Dem- 
ing. 1916 Stokes *$2 
Indian child life; il. by E. W. Deming. 
1899 Stokes $2 (1-3) 

Published also in two volumes under titles 
"Little red people" pnd "Little Indian folk" 

"Stories of Indian children. Colored pictures." 
Wis. 
Red folk and wild folk; il. in color by 
E. W. Deming. 1902 Stokes *$1.50 

"Indian folk-lore stories. Prentice and 
Power 

Published also in two volumes under titles 
"Children of the wild" and "Little brothers ol 
the West " 

Demosthenes 

Arnold, S. L., and Gilbert, C: B., eds. 
Demosthenes 
In Stepping stones to literature, v4, 
p309-12 (4) 
Guerber, H. K. The orator Demosthe- 
nes; Death of Demosthenes 
In Story of the Greeks, p221-4, 257-9 
(6-8) 
Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. 
In Famous men of Greece, p227-36 
(5-7) 
Morris, C: 

In Historical tales: Greek, p305-14 (7-8) 
Plutarch. Demosthenes 

In White's Boys' and girls' Plutarch, 
pl68-89 
Plutarch. Orator 

In Gould's Children's Plutarch; tales 
of the Greeks, pl08-15 
Tappan, E. M. Demosthenes, the famous 
Greek orator 
In Old world hero stories, pt 1, p59-66 
(6-8) 

Denis, Saint 

Chenoweth, C. V. Saint Denis 

In Stories of the saints, p61-71 (5-6) 
Crommelin, E. G., ed. St. Denis 
In Famous legends, p64-8 (4-5) 
Denmark 

Carpenter, F. G: Land of the Danes 

In Europe, pl56-63 (5-6) 
Denmark 
In World's story, v8, p223-316 
Description and travel 
Chamberlain, T. F. and A. H: 

In Europe. pl08-14 (5-7) 
George, M. I\I., ed. Little journey to Hol- 
land, Belgium and Denmark. 1902 (5-6) 
King, C: F. Denmark and Sweden 
In Picturesque geographical readers, 
v6, p297-301 (6-7) 
Folklore 
Bay, J. C, comp. Danish fairy and folk 
tales (3-5) 

Social life and customs 
Thomson, M. P. Denmark. 1910 (6-7) 



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Denver, Colorado 

Hotchkiss, C. W. Denver, the city in the 
wilderness 
/;; Representative cities of the United 
States, p44-56 (6-8) 

Derelicts 

lilaisdell, A. F., and Ball, F. K. I\Iys- 
teries of the sea 
111 Heroic deeds of American sailors, 
p63-76 (5-8) 
Du Puy, \V: A. Hunting dead ships at 
sea 
/;; Uncle Sam, wonder worker, p229-38 
(7-8) 

Derido. Stockton, F. R: 

In Floating prince, pl53-72 (4-6) 

Derrick Sterling. ]\Iunroe, K. 

Deserted village. Goldsmith, O. 

In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v8, p48-61 

Deserts 

Carpenter, F. G: Great South American 
desert 
In South America, p5G-8 (5-6) 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: Reclaim- 
ing the desert 
In North America, p288-95 (5-7) 
Lummis, C: F. .A.merican Sahara 
In Some strange corners of our country, 
p28-42 (6-8) 
See also ^Mirage; Sahara desert 

Design 

pjeard, L. and A. B. Botany as applied 
to art 
In American girl's handy book, pl39- 
49 (5-7) 
See also Art; Drawing; Lettering • 

De Soto, Hernando, See Soto, Hernando 
de 

Destruction of Sennacherib. See Byron, 
G: G. N. 

Detective stories 

Thompson, C: M. Calico cat (7-8) 
Detmold, Edward J. 

(il.) Aesop. Fables 

"Contains 23 colored plates." Pittsburgh 

(il.) Dugdale, F. E. Book of baby beasts 
(il.) I)i;gdale, F. E. Book of babj^ birds 
Detroit, Michigan 

Baldwin, J. Siege of Detroit 
In Conquest of the old Northwest, pl07- 
16 (6-8) 
Southworth, G. V., and Kramer, S. E. 
In Great cities of the United States, 
p 189-206 (6-8) 
Deucalion 

Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Deuca- 
lion and the flood 
In Famous men of Greece, p20-4 (5-7) 
Devil-fish. See Cuttlefish 
Dew 
Strong, F. L., ed. 

/)/ All the year round, v2, p94-5 (3-4) 
Thompson, J. 'M. When the dew falls 
In Water wonders every child should 
know, p5-29 (6-8) 



Dewey, George 

Beebe, M. B. Story of Admiral Dewey 
and the navy of 1898 
In Four American naval heroes, p201-54 
(4-6) 
Foote, A. E., and Skinner, A. W. Ad- 
miral Dewey and the Spanish war 
In jNIakers and defenders of America, 
p323-9 (4-8) 
Johnson, R. Hero of Manila. 1899 (7-8) 
Morris, C: George Dewey and the battle 
of Manila bay 
/" Heroes of the navy, p302-ll (6-8) 
Roosevelt, T. Admiral Dewey 
In Stevenson's Days and deeds: prose, 
p274-6 (5-7) 

Poetry 

Risley, R. V. Dewey in Manila bay 
//; Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 
p245-6 (5-7) 

Dialogs 

Aikin, J:, and Barbauld, A. L. A. Even- 
ings at home (4-5) 

Gunnison, B., ed. New dialogues and 
plays. 1900 (5-8) 

Johnston, E. L., and Barnum, M. D. Book 
of plays for little actors. 1907 (2-3) 

Liitkenhaus, A. M. I. Plays for school 
children. 1915 (5-8) 

Skinner, A. M., and Lawrence, L. N. 
Little dramas for primary grades. 1913 
(1-2) 

Stevenson A. Children's classics in dra- 
matic form. 5v 1908-12 (4-8) 
See also Plays; Readers 

Diamonds 

Badlam, A. B. Diamond fields 

/;/ Views in Africa, pl49-56 (6-7) 
Carpenter, F. G: Diamonds; Visit to 
a diamond mine 
In How the world is clothed, p274-92 
(4-5) 
Carpenter, F. G: Kimberley and the dia- 
mond mines 
In Africa, p295-303 (6-7) 
Chamberlain, J. F. Diamonds 

//; How we are clothed, p226-9 (4-5) 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: 

In Africa, pl55-9 (5-7) 
Kelley, J. G: 
In Boy mineral collectors, pl27-41, 294- 
338 (7-8) 
:\lartin, E: A. 

/;; Storj^ of a piece of coal, p78-82 (,7-8) 
Trollope, A. Diamond fields of South 

In World's story, v3, p437-57 

Diamonds and toads 

In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v3, pi 1-14 
Boston collection of kindergarten 

stories, p63-6 
Lang's Snow man and other stories, 

pl50-9 
IVIacDonald and Blaisdell's Child life, 
v3, p79-83 

Diarmid 

Lang, A., ed. Pursuit of Diarmid 
In Book of romance, p215-49 (5-7) 



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130 



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Diary of Anna Green Winslow. Earle, 
A. M., ed. 

Diaz, Mrs. Abby Morton 

Cats' Arabian nights. Lothrop $1.25 (4) 
"Thrilling adventures of cats told to King Gri- 
malkum by Pussyanita whom he has condemned 
to death." Pittsburgh 

Polly Cologne. Lothrop $1 (4-5) 

"How a precious rag doll was lost and found." 
N. Y. state lib. 
William Henry and his friends. Loth- 
rop $1 (5) 
Sequel to "William Henry letters" 
William Henry letters. Lothrop $1 (5) 
"Entertaining letters between a small boy at 
boarding-school and his friends at home." Pitts- 
burgh 

Diaz, Porfirio 

Arnold, C, and Frost, F. J. T. Rule of 
Porlirio Diaz 
/;; World's story, vll, p526-35 

Dick among the lumber-jacks. Diniock, 

A. W. 
Dick in the Everglades. Dimock, A. W. 

Dick Whittington and his cat 

In Baldwin's Fifty famous stories re- 
told, p 140-53 
Haaren's Ballads and tales 
Johonnot's Grandfather stories, 

p54-8 
Lansing's Tales of old England, pSg- 

108 
MacDonald and Blaisdell's Child life, 

v3, pl69-82 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v2, 

p 122-37 
Scudder's Book of fables and folk 

stories, p 109-20 
Scudder's Book of folk stories, pl05- 

18 
Scudder's Children's book, pl09-14 

Dickens, Charles 

Some good editions of Dickens are: Centenary 
edition, with all the original illustrations and 
prefaces from the original editions, Scribner, each 
vol. *$i; Gadshill edition, illustrated, ed. by 
Andrew Lang, Scribner, each vol. *$i.so; Illus- 
trated library edition, with biographical and his- 
torical introductions by E. P. Whipple, Hough- 
ton, each vol. *$i.50. Doran publishes editions 
of 'David Copperfield' and 'Old curiosity shop,' 
il. by Frank Reynolds, *$s each. Dutton pub- 
lishes the six novels listed in Everyman's li- 
brary, each vol. *40<f, *5oc, *70c; the paper is 
thin and type shows through. The new Oxford 
edition, Oxford university press, each vol. 3SC, is 
a good edition for the money 

Child's dream of a star 
In Mabie's Famous stories, pl-7 (6-8) 

Child's history of England. Houghton 
*$1; il. from photographs by Clifton 
Johnson *$2.50 (5-7) 

"Covers from Roman conquest to i688. Prej- 
udiced and not always accurate, but well adapted 
to arousing children's interest in English his- 
tory" Eaton 

"Good editions are also published by Macmil- 
lan, *$i; by Dutton, il. by Patten Wilson, $2.50, 
Everyman's lib *4oc, *5oc, *70C 

Chimes; il. by C. E. Brock. Dutton SI 

(7-8) 
— Same; il. by Hugh Thomson. Doran 

*$1.50 



Christmas carol; il. in color by C. E. 
Brock. Dutton $1; (English lit. for 
schools) *20c (7-8) 

"The ghosts who visit old Scrooge on Christ- 
mas eve show him how much of Christmas hap- 
piness he has missed." Utica 
— Same; il. by F. S. Coburn. Putnam 

Holiday ed *$1.75 
— Same; il. by Arthur Rackham. Lip- 

pincott *$1.50 
— Same [excerpt] ; with title Christmas at 
Fezziwig's warehouse 
In Dickinson and Skinner's Children's 
book of Christmas stories, p3-5 
— Same [excerpt]; with title Cratchit's 
Christmas dinner 
In Children's hour, vlO, p85-95 

Dickinson and Skinner's Children's 

book of Christmas stories, p242-52 

— Same, and The cricket on the hearth. 

Houghton (Riverside school ser.) *60c; 

(Riverside lit. ser.) *40c; Macmillan 

(Pocket classics) *25c (7-8) 

Christmas stories. Dutton (Everyman's 

lib.) *40c; lib binding *50c (7-8) 
Cricket on the hearth. Putnam Holiday ed 
*$1.75; Rand (Canterbury classics) 30c 
Dot Peerybingle and John the Carrier, Tilly 
Slowboy and the baby, the sweet blind Bertha, 
and her father, easily become the friends of the 
children. For some reasons it is the best work 
of Dickens to begin with; the plot is less in- 
volved, the motives simpler than in most of his 
books, and the peculiarities of his style are less 
exaggerated." Prentice and Power 

"Illustrations of the Rand edition are not en- 
tirely satisfactory; aside from that its form is 
very attractive for its small price." Cleveland 
— Same; il. in color bv C. E. Brock. Dut- 
ton $1 (7-8) 
— Same; il. by Hugh Thomson. Doran 

*$1.50 
David Copperfield (7-8) 

"Like many fond parents, I have in my heart 
of hearts a favorite child, and his name is David 
Copperfield." Charles Dickens 
Dickens dramatic reader, bv Fanny Conr- 
stock. 1913 Ginn *60c "(6-8) 

Contents: Scenes from Pickwick; Scenes from 
Nicholas Nickleby; Cricket on the hearth; Christ- 
mas carol 
Dickens's children: il. by Jessie Willcox 

Smith. 1912 Scribner *$1 (6-8) 
Dombey and son (8) 

"The sad story of little Paul and his devoted 
sister is relieved by the cheery picture of old 
Captain Cuttle with his nautical expressions and 
Mr. Toots, who suffers from shyness and love. 
The scene of the novel is laid in England about 
1848." N. Y. city 

Life and adventures of Nicholas Nickleby 

(7:8) 

"A novel with a purpose, written to expose the 

neglect of education in England, and particularly 

the condition of the Yorkshire schools at that 

time." Pittsburgh 

Magic fishbone. Dodd *60c (5-6) 

"Fairy tale of a wonderful fishbone which gave 
the Princess Alicia what she wished, provided she 
w'ished for it at the right time." Utica 

Memories of child life [autobiographical] 
In Whittier's Child life in prose, p297- 
301 (5-6) 
Mr. Winkle skates 

In MacDonald and Blaisdell's Child life, 
v5, p214-24 (5-6) 
Old curiosity shop (8) 

"Little Nell. Dick Swiveller, Mr. Toots, and 
Tommy Traddles, are attractive characters who 
will serve to introduce Charles Dickens to young 
people." Scott 



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Dickens, Charles — Continued 
Oliver Twist (8) 

"Story of a waif born in the poorhouse and 
trained in London's schools of crime." N. V. city 

Pickwick's drive to Manor Farm 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v8, pl43-56 
MacDonald and Blaisdell's Child life, 
v5, p202-13 
Story of little Nell. Am. bk. *50c (5-7) 

"From 'Old curiosity shop;' abridged but not 
rewritten." Oregon 

Tale of two cities (8) 

"Its picture of the fierce passion of the first 
French revolution — and above all its portrayal of 
the noble natured castaway, Sidney Carton, make 
it almost a peerless book in modern literature." 
(Richard Grant White) N. Y. city 

Biography 
Charles Dickens 

In Riverside readers, v6, p 193-202 
Frank, AI. M. 

In Great authors in their youth, p97-123 
(7-8) 
George, M. M., ed. Charles Dickens 

In Little journey to England [and 
Wales], pt 1, p61-5 (5-6) 
Holland, R. S. Charles Dickens 

In Historic boyhoods, p251-63 (6-8) 
Moses, B. Charles Dickens and his girl 

heroines. 1911 (8) 
Steedman, A. Charles Dickens 

In When they were children, p237-47 
(6-8) 
Wright, H. C. Nineteenth century prose 
In Children's stories in English litera- 
ture, v2, p380-400 (7-8) 

Plays 

Frank, M. M. Christmas eve with Charles 
Dickens 
In Short plays about famous authors, 
p97-132 (8) 
Dickens dramatic reader. Comstock, F. A. 
Dickens's children. Smith, J. W., il. 
Dickerson, Mary Cynthia 

Frog book; North American toads and 
frogs. 1906 Doubleday *$4 (7-8) 

"Sixteen pages of color plates and nearly 300 
half-tones from photographs from life by the 
author." Arnold 

Moths and butterflies. 1905 Ginn school 
ed *$1.25 (7-8) 
Dickinson, Asa Don 

(ed.) Children's book of Thanksgiving 
stories. Doubleday *$1.25 (4-7) 

"Stories for younger children and for older 
children are indicated. Useful for story-telling." 
Wis. bul. 

Dickinson, Asa Don, and Skinner, Ada M. 

(eds.) Children's book of CZhristmas 
stories. Doubleday *$1.25 (4-8) 
"Excellent collection of 35 short stories by 
Dickens, Andersen, Susan Coolidge, and many 
less known authors, gathered chiefly from pe- 
riodicals. Valuable for the story-teller as well 
as interesting for children's reading. Table of 
contents distinguishes between stories for younger 
and older children." N. Y. state lib. 

Dickson, Mrs. Marguerite Stockman 

Camp and trail in early A'merican history. 

1915 (Everychild's ser.) Macmillan *40c 

(4-5) 
From the old world to the new. 1902 

Macmillan *50c (5-6) 
How America was found and settled 



Hundred years of warfare, 1689-1789 

1904 Macmillan *50c (5-6) 
Pioneers and patriots in early American 
history. 1915 (Everychild's ser.) Mac- 
millan *40c (4-5) 
Dido, queen of Carthage 
Farmer, L. H. Dido 
In Girls' book of famous queens, plO-32 
(7-8) 

Diego Pinzon. Coryell, J- R 
Dier, J. C. 

(ed.) Book of winter sports. 1912 Mac- 
millan *$1.50 (6-8) 
'^^'P^P-) ^P'^^dren's book of Christmas. 
1911 Macmillan *$1.50 (5-8) 
,„,'?^"'^°/°^^ containing several familiar Christ- 
Tl -v" ' ru^- P"^'"^ ^"'^ ™^"y prose selections 
describing Christmas customs in many lands. 11- 
lustrated by 8 colored plates and 2/ half tones, 
N. Y su'te°iir"°"^ °^ well-known paintings.'' 

Diesel motor 

^°"<^' f^- R- Igniting oil by compression 

" Iao^^^ "^^" ^'^° ^° things, p263-9 
(6-8) 

Diggers in the earth. Tappan, E. M. 

Dikes 

Johonnot, J., ed. Dikes of Holland 

In Geographical reader, p274-7 (7-8) 

See also Dams 

Dimock, Anthony Weston 

Be prepared; or. Boy scouts in Florida. 

Mokes ■■^$1; Grosset (Every boy's lib.) 

Dick among the lumber-jacks. (Boy ex- 
plorers ser. v2) Stokes *$1.25 (5-8) 

"Story of a boy's adventures in Canada filled 
with woodcraft and forestry, with lumber-camp 
lite and adventure, all evidently studied at first 
hand. A. L. A. sup. 

Dick in the Everglades. (Boy explorers 
ser. vl) Stokes *$1.25 (5-8) 

"In Its description of the Everglades superior 
to Monroe s 'Canoemates.' Illustrations from 
photographs." A. L. A. bkl. 

Diogenes 

Baldwin, J. Diogenes the wise man 
/;/ Fifty famous stories retold, pl08-10 
(2-4) 
Guerber, H. A. Alexander and Diogenes 

/" Story of the Greeks, p234-6 (6-8) 
Haaren, J: Hr, and Poland, A. B. 

In Famous men of Greece, p241-4 (5-7) 
Lewis. E. An old-time philosopher 
In Stories of Greece and Rome, retold 
from St. Nicholas, p40-52 (5-8) 
Dion 

Plutarch 

In Gould's Children's Plutarch; tales 
of the Greeks, p88-101 
Dionysus 

Hall, J. Merry Dionysos 

/" Four old Greeks, pl33-69 (4-6) 
Diplomacy 

Day, W: R. Good manners and diplomacy 
In Ship of state, pl83-98 (7-8) 

See also Treaties; United States — 
Foreign relations 

Discontented pendulum. See Taylor, J. 
Discoverers. See Discoveries (in geogra- 
phy) ; Explorers 



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Discoverers and explorers. Shaw, E: R: 

Discoveries (in geography) 

Atkinson, A. M. First great discoveries; 

First voyage around the world; New 

world 

/;; Introduction to American history: 

European beginnings, p206-47 

, (6-7) 

Griftis, W: E. Romance of discovery (7-8) 
Hakluyt, R: Boy's Hakluyt. 1909 (6-8) 
Hale, E: E., ed. Stories of adventure. 

1905 (6-8) 
Hale. E: E., ed. Stories of discovery. 

, 1905 (6-8) 
Jacobs, J. Story of geographical discov- 
ery. 1902 (8) 
Jenks, T. Boy's book of explorations. 

1900 (6-8) 
Johnson. W: H: World's discoverers. 

1900 (7-8) 
Lawler, T: B. Storv of Columbus and 

Magellan. 1905 (5-6) 
Luther, A. V. Trading and exploring. 

1912 (4-5) 
Shaw, E: R: Discoverers and explorers. 
1900 (4-6) 

See also Africa; America — Discovery 
and exploration; Antarctic regions; 
Arctic regions; Explorers 

Discoveries (in science) 

Burns, E. E. Storv of great inventions. 
1910 (6-8) 

Fournier d'Albe, E. E: Wonders of phys- 
ical science. 1910 

See also Radium; Scientists; X-rays; 
also Galileo; Tesla, Nickola 

Discovery (ship) 

Turley, C: Voyages of Captain Scott. 
1915 (7-8) 

Discovery and exploration of America. 
Gilman, A. 

Discovery day. See Columbus, Christopher 

Discovery of the old Northwest and its 
settlement by the French. Baldwin, J. 

Diseases 

Brown, B. M. 
In Health in home and town, p229-92 

(6-8) . ^ . ^ 

Coleman, W. jM. Prevention of mfec- 
tion: human carriers; Prevention of 
infection: insect carriers 
/;; Handbook of the people's health, 
pi 15-52 (7-8) 
Dawson, J. Boys and girls of Garden 

city. 1914 (5-7) 
Du Puy, W: A. Teaching sanitation to 
the world 
III Uncle Sam's modern miracles, p213- 
31 (8) 
Ritchie, J: W. Primer of sanitation. 
1915 (5-8) 

See also Hygiene; Medicines; Plague; 
Tuberculosis; Vaccination 

Dismal swamp 

Lyell. C: Great Dismal swamp 

1)1 Johonnot's Geographical reader, p23- 

5 (7-8) 



Moore, T: Lake of the Dismal swamp; 
poem 
In Johonnot's Geographical reader, p26- 
7 (7-8) 
Disobedience. See Obedience 
Distant countries. Winslow, I: O. 
Ditmars, Raymond Lee 

Reptile book. 1907 Doubleday *$4 (7-8) 
"Mr. Ditmars, curator of reptiles in the New 
York zoological park, gives a comprehensive trea- 
tise on the structure and habits of the turtles, 
tortoises, crocodilians, lizards and snakes, of the 
United States and northern Mexico. Eight pages 
of plates in color and 128 in black and white, 
from photographs from life." Arnold 

Diverting history of John Gilpin. See Cow- 

per, W: 
Diving 

Bond, A. R. Caught in the jaws of a 
bucket dredge 
In With the men who do things, p224- 
39 (6-8) 
Bond, A. R. Fighting the sea with air; 
Hole in the sea 
In Pick, shovel and pluck, p52-73 (6-8) 
Corsan, G: H. 

In At home in the water, p79-ll5 (7-8) 
Facing death under the sea 

In Blaisdell and Ball's Heroic deeds of 
American sailors, pl67-80 
Booth's Wonderful escapes by Amer- 
icans, p353-66 (6-8) 
]\IcCabe, L. R. Citizen of the deep 
In Sea stories, retold from St. Nicho- 
las, pl54-62 (5-8) 
Mofifett, C. Deep-sea diver 

In Careers of danger and daring, p40- 
86 (7-8) 
Williams, A. Diving-bell 

In How it works, p332-40 (7-8) 
Sec also Pearls; also Scott, T: A. 

Dix, Beulah Marie 

Betty-Bide-At-Home. Holt *$1.25 (7-8) 

"Good story of a plucky youngest daughter 
who, when her father dies and the family is left 
with little income, sacrifices her college career 
and stays at home. She comes to appreciate and 
understand her equally plucky mother, whom she 
had thought narrow and old-fashioned, and wins 
success as a story writer." A. L. A. bkl. 

Friends in the end. Holt *$1.25 (7-8) 

"Wholesome and interesting story of two girls 

of 12 and 14 spending the summer on a White 

mountain farm." N. Y. state lib. 

Little captive lad. Macmillan *$1.50; 

(Boy's and girl's) *75c; (Juvenile lib.) 

*50c (7) 

"Cavalier's child, adopted by his Roundhead 
half brother. Very well studied and written." 
N. Y. state lib. 
Merrylips. Macmillan ^.50; (Boy's and 
girl's) *75c (5-6) 

"Little maid held as hostage by Roundheads 
escapes to the army of the Cavaliers, disguised 
as a boy. Excellent in atmosphere." A. L. A. 
bkl. 
brother's son. Holt *$1.35 (8) 

"The love story of Betty-Bide-At-Home, now 
grown up, and a successful author." Cl-eveland 
Soldier Rigdale. Macmillan *$1.50 (7-8) 

"About a boy who came over in the Mayflower, 
how Miles Standish befriended him and what he 
saw among the Indians." N. Y. state lib. 

Dix, Dorothea Lynde 

Baldwin, J. An angel of mercy 
In American book of golden deeds, p226- 
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Dix, Dorothea Lynde — Continued 
Horton, E. Dorothea Dix 
In Group of famous women, p61-72 
(6-8) 
Morris, C: Dorotliea Dix, the savior of 
the insane 
III Heroes of progress in yVmerica, 
p239-44 (7-8) 
Mowry, W: A: and A. M. Dorothea Dix 
In American heroes and heroism, pl81-8 
(5-7) 
Mowry, W: A: and B. S. Dorothea Lynde 
Dix 
In American pioneers, p337-46 (5-7) 

Dixie kitten. Tappan, E. M. 

Dixon, E. 

(ed.) Fairy tales from the Arabian nights; 
il. by J. D. Batten. Putnam *$1.25 

"Reprint of an edition noteworthy because of 
its illustrations. Though the plates are somewhat 
worn, the type is still readable; th-e narrower 
margins have resulted in a lighter weight book, 
easier for circulation." A. L. A. bkl. 

Djurklou, Nils Gabriel, friherre 

Fairy tales from the Swedish ;.tr. by H. L. 
Braekstad. Stokes $1 (4-6) 

"Homely folk tales characterized by much 
humor, few of which are found in other collec- 
tions. Illustrated by the famous Norwegian ar- 
tists, Werenskiold, Kittelsen and Larsson." 
Cleveland 

Docas, the Indian boJ^ Snedden, G. S. 

Docks 

Bond, A. R. "Hoodoo drydock" 
In With the men who do things, pl83- 
96 (6-8) 
Williams, A. Floating docks 

III Romance of modern engineering, 
p333-48 (7-8) 
See also Piers 

Dodge, Mrs. Mary (Mapes) 

(ed.) Baby days. 1903 Century $1.50 

(1-3) 
"Little stories and verses, illustrated by beauti- 
ful pictures." Prentice and Power 

Donald and Dorothy. Century $1.50 (5-7) 

"Fourteen year old twins who have to prove 
their relationship." Utica 

Hans Brinker; or. The silver skates; il. 
by George Wharton Edwards. Scrib- 

ner *$2 (5-7) 

"First published in 1865, and siiice translated 
into many languages, this book still stands as 
the picture of life in Holland to give to boys 
and girls." Arnold 

— Same. Scribner New Amsterdam ed 
*$1.35; (Ser. for young people) *60c; 
(School readings) *50c 

— Same; with colored plates by Milo Win- 
ter. Rand *$1 

Land of pluck. Century $1.50 (4-7) 

"First part, an interesting account of Holland 
and its people. Second part, stories." Unit 

{comp.) New baby world. Century $1.50 
(1-3) 

Stories, rimes and pictures- from St. Nicholas 

Rhymes and jingles. Scribner *$1.35 
(2-3) 

"Children's verses, many of them old favorites, 
and all of them a delight to the children." 
Pittsburgh 

When life is young. 1902 Century $1.25 
(3-4) 

"Humorous rimes, jingles, and pictures." Pitts- 
tourgh 



Dodge, Nathaniel Shatswell 

Stories of American history. Lothrop 
$1- school ed 30c (3) 

"Stories of colonial and revolutionary times 
very straightforwardly told." Prentice and Power 

Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge. See Carroll, 
Lewis, pseud. 

Doers. Hopkins, W: J: 

Dog of Flanders. See De la Ramee, L. 

Dogs 

Beard, D. C. 
In American boj^'s handy book, p223-31 
(5-7) 
Bullivant, C. H : Dogs and how to keep 
them 
In Every boy's book of hobbies, p408- 
14 (7-8^ 
Comstock, A. B. 

In Pet book, p5-18 (5-8) 
Downes, A. M. 
In Fire fighters and their pets, pl20-46 
(5-7) 
Eddy, S. J., ed. Famous dogs 

In Friends and helpers, pi 1-23 (3-5) 
HamertQn, P. G. Chapters on animals 

(6-8) 
How to treat dogs 

In Three hundred and one things a 
bright girl can do, pl68-71 
Johonnot, J. 

In Neighbors with claws and hoofs, p34- 
45 (5-6) 
Johonnot, J., ed. Our canine servants 
/;/ Glimpses of the animate world, p275- 
83 (6-7) 
Keith, M. A. Dog-sledges in Michigan 

In Our country: East, p20-3 (4-6) 
Lang, A., ed. Greyhounds and their mas- 
ters; Greyhound's and their Arab 
masters 
In Red book of animal stories, p224-31, 
310-16 (6-7) 
Lemmon, R. S. Training the dog. 1914 
Monteith, J: and C. 

In Some useful animals, pll8-33 (2-3) 
Morris, C: Household pets and com- 
rades 
In Home life in all lands, v3, pl3-41 
(6-8) 
Stowe, H. E. B. Dogs and cats 

In Queer little people, pl41-51 (4-5) 
Verrill, A. H. 
In Pets for pleasure and profit, plOl-17 
(5-8) 
Watrous, E: F. Dog teams and sledges 
in Michigan 
In Stories of the Great lakes, retold 
from St. Nicholas, pl57-70 (5-7) 
Westell, W. P. 

/;; Boys' book of pets, pl7-39 
Wood, C. t>. Special study of the dog 
In Animals, p65-73 (4-7) 
See also Prairie dogs 
Poetry 
Arnold, M: Geist's grave 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p285-8 (7-8) 



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Dogs — Poetr3^ — Continued 

Browning, E. B. To Flush, my dog 
/;; Johonnot's Glimpses of the animate 
world, p303-5 (6-7) 
Campbell, T: Poor dog Tray 
In Thacher's Listening child, pi 70-1 
(5-7) 
Cist, L. J. My dog Fido 
In Johonnot's Some curious flyers, 
creepers and swimmers, p222-4 
(5-6) 
Coates, H: T., comp. 

In Children's book of poetry, pl93-204 
(3-5) 
Cook, E. Old Pincher 

In Lucas's Book of verses, p63-6 (3-8) 
Cowper, W: Dog and the water-lily 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v5, 
p288-90 (6-7) 
Dodge, M. ]\L My dog 

In When life is young, p78-9 (3-4) 
Kidder, Mrs. M. A. Little dog under the 
wagon 
In Morrison's Songs and rhymes for 
the little ones, pll2-13 (2-4) 
Lehmann, R. C. To Rufus, a spaniel, on 
New Year's day 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v4, 
p48-51 (5-6) 
Lovejoy, J\L L, comp. Rover in church 

In Nature in verse, p71-2 (4-7) 
Spencerj W: R. Beth Gelert; or. The 
grave of the greyhound 
In World's story, vlO, p563-7 
— Same [abridged]; with title Llewellyn 
and his dog 
/;; Chisholm's Stories for the ten-year- 
old, p44-7 
Wallis, J. Pet greyhound; Our Gypsy 
In Morrison's Songs and rhvmes for the 
little ones, pl85-6, 192-4 (2-4) 
Woolson, C. F. Tom 
In Johonnot's Some curious flyers, 
creepers and swimmers, p69-71 
(5-6) 

stories 
Aicard, J. The dog that lied 

In Jordan's True tales of birds and 
beasts, pl23-32 (5-6) 
Alcott, L. M. Huckleberry 

In Cupid and Chow-chow, p41-53 (4-5) 
Arnold, S. L., and Gilbert, C: B., eds. 
Hero 
In Stepping stones to literature, v2, 
p26-9 (2) 
Atkinson, E. S. Greyfriars Bobby (7-8) 
Baker, S: W. Faithful dog 

In Children's hour, v7, p77-86 (2-8) 
Brown, J: Rab and his friends (7-8) 
Caldwell, F. Wolf the storm leader (7-8) 
Canfield, H. S. "Ben" 
In Western frontier stories, retold from 
St. Nicholas, plOl-17 (5-8) 
Carter, M. H., ed. Stories of brave dogs. 

1904 (5-6) 
Craik, G. M. Bow-wow and Mew-mew 

(2-3) 
Craik, G. ]\I. So-fat and Mew-mew (1-2) 
De la Ramee, L. Dog of Flanders (4-7) 



De la Ramee, L. Moufflon 
— Same 

/;; De la Ramee's Bimbi 

Wiggin and Smith's Story hour 
[adapted], p59-71 
Dodge, M. M., ed. 

In Baby days, p74-6 (1-3) 
Dole, C: F. Crib and fly (3-4) 
Eddy, S. J., ed. 
In Friends and helpers, pl-10, 24-8- 
(3-5) 
Fitzpatrick, J. P. Jock of the Bushveld 

(7-8) 
French, A. Reform of Shaun (4-6) 
Gask, L. True stories about dogs (5-8) 
Hill, C: T. Peter Spots — fireman 
In Fighting a fire, pl53-88 (6-7) 
Hutton, L. Boy I knew, four dogs, and 

some more dogs. 1898 (6-7) 
Johonnot, J. Dog who attended fires 
In Some curious flyers, creepers and 
swiinmers, p71-2 (5-6) 
Johonnot, J. Our beloved brother Prince 
In Neighbors with claws and hoofs,. 
p46-9 (5-6) 
Lang, A., ed. 

In Animal story book, p56-63, 154-9, 
174-90, 200-4, 264-73, 310-15 (5-7) 
Lang, A., ed. Collies, or sheep dogs; 
Two big dogs and a little one; etc. 
In Red book of animal stories, p266-79,. 
317-20, 339-43 (6-7) 
London, J. Call of the wild (8) 
i\Iuir, J: Stickeen (6-7) 
— Same [excerpt] ; with title Adventure 
with Stickeen 
In Riverside readers, v7, p33-45 
Ollivant, A. Bob, son of Battle (8) 
Page, T: N. Two prisoners (5-6) 
Poulsson, E. How Frisk came home; 
Cleverness of a sheep dog 
In In the child's world, pl76-80 (1-2) 
Pyle, K. Bianca; Jerry; Barry; Fax 
In Stories of hum.ble friends, p23-53 
(3-4) 
Richards, L. E. H. Dog that earned a 
medal 
In Four feet, two feet and no feet. p72-3 
(2-4) 
Richards, L. E. H. Little dog with the 
green tail 
In Five minute stories, pl75-9 (1-3) 
Ruskin, J: My dog Wisie 

In Children's hour, v7, p34-6 (2-8) 
Saunders, M. Beautiful Joe (3-6) 
Seton, E. T. Billy, the dog that made 
good 
In Wild animal ways, pl21-40 
Seton, E. T. Bingo: the story of my dog 
In Wild animals I have known, pl47-82 
(5-7) 
Seton, E. T. Chink: the development of 
a pup 
In Krag and Johnnv Bear, pl27-41 

Lives of the hunted, p213-29 (4-6) 
Seton, E. T. Snap 

In Animal heroes, p257-86 (5-8) 
Seton, E. T. Wully: the story of a yaller 
dog 
In Wild animals I have known, p275- 
303 (5-7) 



CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



135 



Dogs — Stories — Continued 

Stockton, F. R: A snow-king 

In Johonnot's Grandfather's stories, 
pl26-37 (3-4) 

Stowe, H. E. B. Dog's mission (5-6) 

Stowe, H. E. B. Our dogs 

In Queer little people, p91-140 (4-5) 

Thaxter, C. Some polite dogs 
In Stories and poems for children, p55- 
61 (4-5) 

Trowbridge, J: T. Two Biddicut boys 
(6-7) 

Wesselhoeft, E. F. P. Frowzle, the run- 
away (4-5) 

Wright, M. O. Dogtown (6-7) 

Dog's mission. Stowe, H. E. B. 

Dogtown, Wright, M. O. 

Doing his best. Trowbridge, J: T, 

Dole, Charles Fletcher 

American citizen. 1891 Heath *80c (7-8) 
"Rights and duties of citizens, with emphasis 
upon moral principles." Oregon 

Crib and Fly; a tale of two terriers. 
Heath *20c (3-4) 

Young citizen. 1899 Heath 45c (5-7) 
"Explains government, voting, taxes, etc., and 
shows how children can be good citizens." N. Y. 
state lib. 

Dole, Nathan Haskell 

(comp. and tr.) White duckling, and 
other stories. Crowell *$1 (4-6) 

Contents: White duckling; Little sister and lit- 
tle brother; Bright-Hawk's feather; Ivan and 
the gray wolf; Vasilisa the beauty; Marya Mo- 
revna; Frog-queen 

"A new edition of his 'Russian fairy book' in 
an attractive form illustrated by the Russian ar- 
tist Bilibin." A. L. A. bkl. 

"Seven fairy and wonder tales. Language 
clear and direct. Folk-lore treatment. Illustrated 
with quaint colored pictures from Russia." Olcott 

Doll dressmaking 

Campbell, H. L. Doll's dressmaking 

III American girl's home book p236-47 
(5-7) 
Dolls' dressmaking 

In Games book for boys and girls, 
p335-9 (4-6) 
Foster, O. H. Sewing for little girls 

(4-6) 
Morgan, M. E. H. How to dress a doll 

(4-6) 
Ralston, V. When mother lets us sew. 

1910 (4-6) 

Doll furniture 

Doll's house furniture 

In Three hundred and one things a 
bright girl can do, p200-7 
Hall, A. N. 

In Boy craftsman, pl09-25 (6-8) 
Hall, A. N. Home-made doll furniture; 
Home-made cigar-box toys; Home- 
made spool and cardboard toys 
In Home-made toys for girls and boys, 
pl74-204 (5-8) 
Rich, G. E. When mother lets us make 
paper box furniture. 1914 (4-6) 

Doll houses 

Beard, L. and A. B. Doll house of paste- 
board 
In Things worth doing. p315-25 (6-7) 



Campbell, H. L. Doll's houses and make- 
believe housekeeping 
In American girl's home book, p276-82 
(5-7) 
Hall, A. N. Home-made doll-house 
In Home-made toys for girls and boys, 
pl45-73 (5-8) 
Hall, A. N. How to make a doll-house; 
Furnishing the doll-house 
In Boy craftsman, p71-108 (6-8) 
House for dolly 

In Three hundred and one things a 
bright girl can do, p 196-200 
Lucas, E: V. and E. G. 
In Three hundred games and pastimes, 
pl75-212 (5-7) 
Sage, E., and Cooley, A. M. How to 
furnish a doll's house 
In Occupations for little fingers, p91-103 
Dolls 

Beard, L. and A. B. Corn-husk and 
flower dolls 
In American girl's handy book, pl69-76 
(5-7) 
Beard, L. and A. B. New race of dolls 
In Indoor and outdoor recreations for 
girls, pl03-10 (6-7) 
Wade, AI. H. B. Dolls of many lands 
Walker, M. C. Lady Hollyhock and her 
friends. 1906 (2-4) 

See also Doll dressmaking; Doll fur- 
niture; Doll houses; Paper dolls 
Poetry 
Dodge, M. M. Smiling dolly 
In Morrison's Songs and rhymes for 
the little ones, p58-60 (2-4) 
Kingsley, C: Lost doll 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v2, p25 
Morrison's Songs and rhymes for 

the little ones, p29-30 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v3, 
pll-12 (2-4) 
Larcom, L. Doll's wedding 

In Morrison's Songs and rhymes for 
the little ones, p46-8 (2-4) 
Morrison, M. J. W., ed. New doll 
In Songs and rhymes for the little ones, 
p72 (2-4) 

stories 
Brown, A. F. Lonesomest doll (3-4) 
Burnett, F. H. Racketty-Packetty house 

Diaz, A. M. Polly Cologne (4-5) 
Gates, J. S. Story of live dolls (2-3) 
Saxby, L: Life of a wooden doll (1-2) 

Dolls of many lands. Wade, M. H. B. 
Dolph Heyliger. Irving, W. 
Dolphins 

Wright, M. O. 
In Four-footed Americans, p329-30 (7-8) 

Dombey and son. Dickens, C: 
Don Quixote. Cervantes Saavedra, M. de 
Don Strong of the Wolf patrol. Heyli- 
ger, W: 

Donald and Dorothy. Dodge, M. M. 
Donald in Scotland. MacDonald, E. A. B., 
and Dalrymple, J. 



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Donatello 

Clement, C. E. 
In Stories of art and artists, pl31-5 (7-8) 

Donegal fairy stories. MacManus, S., 
comp. 

Donkey John of the toy valley. Morley, 
M. W. 

Donkeys 

Comstock, A. B. 

In Pet book, p39-41 (5-8) 
Morton, C: G. Burros 

/;; Western frontier stories, retold from 
St. Nicholas, p53-65 (5-8) 
Wood, C. D. The wild ass and the don- 

In Animals. pl2-l5 (4-7) 
Stories 
Houssaye, A. Pierrot the faithful 
III Tohonnot's Glimpses of the animate 
world, p293-8 (6-7) 
Segur, S. R. Story of a donkey (3-5) 

Donne, John 

\^alediction, forbidding mourning 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p232-3 (7-8) 

Dopp, Katharine Elizabeth 

Earlv cave-inen. (Industrial and social 

history ser. v2) 1904 Rand 45c (2-3) 

"The aim of these books is to give a view of 

the main steps in the early progress of the race." 

Oregon 

Early sea people. (Industrial and social 
history ser. v4) 1912 Rand 50c (2-3) 

"The early sea people are the ancestors of the 
Scandinavians and Teutons. The scientific facts 
are given in a logical story and each incident 
has interest and color. Similar in form to the 
others of the series, though written for slightly 
older children." A. L. A. bkl. 

— Same; with title Story of the early sea 

people; il. in black and white. 1913 

Rand *75c 
Later cave-men. (Industrial and social 

history ser. v3) 1906 Rand 45c (2-3) 
Tree dwellers. (Industrial and social 

history ser. vl) 1903 Rand 45c (2-3) 
"Primitive man, his ways of getting food, the 

first use of fire, etc." Wis. 

Dora, Sister. See Pattison, D. W. 
Dora's housekeeping. Kirkland, E. S. 
Dornfield summer. Haley, M. M. 
Dorothy and her friends. Kirk, E. W. O. 
Dorothy Deane. Kirk, E. W. O. 
Dorymates. jMunroe, K. 
Dotty Dimple series. See Clarke, R. S. 
Double play. Barbour. R. H: 

Doubleday, Mrs. Nellie Blanchan (De Graff) 

Bird neighbors. 1904 Doubleday *$2.50 
(7-8) 

Describes 150 common birds. 48 plates in 
color 

"Reliable and is written in a vivacious strain 
and by a real bird lover." John Burroughs 

Birds that every child should know. 1907 
Grosset *50c (6-7) 
"Describes about one hundred species in a way 
;to interest children." N. Y. city 



Birds that hunt and are hunted. 1904 
Doubleday *$2.50 (6-8) 

"Illustrated with full-page color plates. JSon- 
technical. Birds grouped according to size and 
color; no specific color key. Rather full biogra- 
phies." Audubon society 

"The youngest children enjoy the pictures." 
Hewins 

How to attract the birds. 1902 Double- 
day *$1.50 (6-8) 

"Tells about homes of birds, nest buildings, 
songs and travels of birds, what birds do for us, 
etc." Wis. 

Nature's garden. 1900 Doubleday *$4 
(6-8) 

"Special attention has been given to the flow- 
ers' insect visitors. Thirty-two pages of color 
plates and forty-eight in black and white." Ar- 
nold 

"Describes in untechnical language over 500 
species of wild flowers, arranged according to 
I'olor." Pittsburgh 

Doubleday, Russell 

Cattle-ranch to college; the true tale of a 
boy's adventures in the far west. 
Doubleday *$1.35; Grosset (Every boy's 
lib.) *50c (8) 

"True story of boy life in the cattle country 
ot Dakota thirty-five years ago. Indian fights, 
biiffalo hunts, placer mining, cowboy adventures 
without number." N. Y. city 
Gunner aboard the "Yankee." Double- 
day *$1.35 (7-8) 

"Experiences of one of the New York naval re- 
serves in the war with Spain. Much informa- 
tion in regard to the naval militia, naval signal- 
ing, etc." N. Y. city 

Stories of inventors. 1904 Doubleday 
*$1.35 (7-8) 

"Popular account of wireless telegraphy, air 
ships, fast trains and steamboats, life-savers, 
automobiles, moving pictures, bridge builders, 
submarine boats, telephony, type-setting machines, 
artificial ice." Oregon 
Year in a yawl. Doubleday *$1.35 (7-8) 
"Voyage from St. Joseph, Michigan, down the 
Mississippi along the Gulf and up the Atlantic 
coast." N. Y. city 

Douglas, Catherine 

Alabie, H. W.. and Stephens, K., eds. 
Catherine Douglas; poem 
/;; Heroines that everv child should 
know, plOl-31 (6-7) 

Douglas, James 

Baldwin, J. Black Douglas 

In Fiftv famous stories retold, p35-9 

(2-4) 

Douglas, Stephen Arnold 

Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
Stephen A. Douglas 
In Days and deeds: prose, p276-9 (5-7) 

Douglass, Frederick 

Alemories of child life [autobiographical] 
/;; Whittier's Child life in prose, p290-6 
(5-6) 

]\Iy escape from slavery 
In Barstow's New nation, pl81-5 (4-8) 

Dove in the eagle's nest. Yonge, C. M. 

Doves. See Pigeons 

Down the ravine. Craddock, C: E. 

Downes, Alfred M. 

Fire fisrhters and their pets. 1907 Har- 
per $1.50 (5-7) 

"Interesting accounts of heroism, perils, dis- 
cipline and pastimes of New York firemen, de- 
scriptions of fire-fighting apparatus and anecdotes 
of engine-house pets." N. Y. state lib. 



CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



137 



Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan 

JNIicah Clarke. Harper $1.75; Longmans 
$1.25; abridged school ed 5Uc (8) 

"England in 1685 and the battle of Sedgemoor 
during the Monmouth rebellion." N. Y. city- 
White company. Harper $1.75 (8) 

"Adventures of a company of free-lances fight- 
ing for fun and booty in the wars of th« Black 
Prince." Pittsburgh 

Dozen from Lakerim. Hughes, R. 

Draft riots, 1863 

Stories 

Stoddard, W: O. Battle of New York 
(,6-7) 
Dragon and the raven. Henty, G: A. 
Dragon-flies 

Andrews, J. New life 

III Andrews' Stories Mother Nature told 
her children, p7-13 
Lane's All the year round [abridged], 
v4, p70-2 (3-5) 
Bass, F. A dragon 

/;; Stories of animal life, pl61-4 (2-3) 
Kelly, M. A. B. Born in a ditch 
In Short stories of our shy neighbors, 
pl55-8 (3-5) 
Miller, O. T. Little masker 
In Little folks in feathers and fur, 
p201-3 (3-5) 
Morley, M. W. 

In Insect folk, vl, p3-24 (3-4) 
Richards, L. E. H. Bug with a mask 
/;; Four feet, two feet and no feet, p92-3 
(2-4) 
Wood, J. G. 

In Weed's Insect world, p45-53 (5-6) 
Wright, J. M. 
In Seaside and wayside, v2, pl51-73 (3) 

Poetry 
Howitt, M. Dragon fly 
In Weed's Insect world, pl-2 (5-6) 
Stories 
Gatty, M. S. Dragon fly 

In Skinner's Emerald story book, p212- 
19 (5-7) 
Dragon of Wantley 

In Scudder's Children's book, p326-7 
Dragons 

Lang, A., ed. Dragons 

In Red book of animal stories, p20-32 

Dragoumis, Julia D. 

Under Greek skies. (Little schoolmates 
ser.) 1913 Dutton *$1.25 (4-6) 

"Three stories of Greek children in different 
walks of life. Well written, excellent in spirit 
and atmosphere, but somewhat painful. Prettily 
illustrated from drawings." A. L. A. sup. 

Drake, Sir Francis 

Bacon. E. M. ^ Boy's Drake. 1910 (7-8) 
Baldwin, J. Upon a peak in Darien 
In Thirty more famous stories retold, 
pl7-22 (3-5) 
Coe, F. E. "The furrow about the world" 
In Founders of our country, p80-97 
(3-5) 
Dickson, M. S. English sea king 

In Camp and trail in early American 
history, p50-68 (4-5) 
Elton, L. M. Story of Sir Francis Drake. 
1906 (5-6) 



Foote, A. E., and Skinner, A. W. Sir 
Francis Drake — England's great ad- 
miral 
In Explorers and founders of Amer- 
ica, p91-102 (7-8) 
Frothingham, J. P. 
In Sea fighters from Drake to Farra- 
gut, p3-44 (7-8) 
Gordy, W. F. Sir Francis Drake 
In Stories of American explorers, pl09- 
22 (5-6) 
Griflis, W: E. Drake ploughs an English 
furrow round the world 
In Romance of discovery, p 195-205 
(7-8) 
Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Sir 
Francis Drake 
In Famous men of modern times, p96- 
110 (4-6) 
Hale, E: E., ed. Sir Francis Drake 

In Stories of discovery, p86-106 (6-8) 
Hoffman, A. S. Sir Francis Drake 

In Heroes and heroines of English his- 
tory, p211-55 (6-8) 
Holland, R. S. Sir Francis Drake, sea- 
rover 
/;; Historic heroes of chivalry, p220-58 
(7-8) 
Johnson, W: H: 

In World's discoverers, p235-71 (7-8) 
McMurry, C: A. Drake's voyage and 
visit to California 
In Pioneers of the Rocky mountains 
and the West, p201-24 (5-6) 
Shaw, E: R: Famous voyage of Sir 
Francis Drake 
In Discoverers and explorers, pl08-13 
(4) 
Synge, M. B. Drake's famous voyage 
round the world 
In Book of discovery, p249-58 
Towle, G: M. Drake, the sea-king of 

Devon (7-8) 
Warren, H: P., ed. Story of Sir Francis 
Drake 
In Stories from English history, p229- 
33 (5-7) 

Stories 
Henty, G: A. Under Drake's -flag (6-8) 

Drake, Francis Samuel 

Indian history for young folks. Harper 

$3 (5-8) 

"Best history of the Indians ever written for 
young people." Wis. free lib. com. 

Drake, Joseph Rodman 

American flag 

1)1 Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature. v6, p86-9 
Hart and Chapman's How our grand- 
fathers lived, p30O-3 (6-8) 

Drake, Samuel Adams 

Border wars of New England. 1897 
Scribner *$1.35 (6-8) 

"Wars which the French and Indians waged . 
against the settlers of New England, commonly 
called Kin? William's and Queen Anne's wars, 
1689-1713" N. Y. city 

Making of New England. 1896 Scribner 
*$1.35 (6-8) 

"Emphasis is given to everything which went to 
make up the home life of the pioneer settlers." 
N. Y. city 



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Drake. Samuel Adams — Continued 

Making of the great West, 1512-1883. 
1887 Scribner *$1.35 (6-8) 
"Early discoveries and settlements, discovery 
of gold, and civilization of the West." Sargent 
Making of the Ohio valley states, 1660- 
1837. 1894 Scribner *$1.35 (6-8) 

"History of the great central region lying be- 
tween the Ohio, the Mississippi and the Great 
lakes." N. Y. city 

Making of Virginia and the middle colo- 
nies, 1578-1701. 1893 Scribner *$1.35 
(6-8) 

"Outline, of early history of Virginia, Mary- 
land, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and 
Delaware, chapter on Iroquois league." N. Y. 
state lib. 

On Plymouth rock. 1897 Lothrop 60c 
(4-5) 

"The story of the 'Pilgrim fathers' told simply 
and well." N. Y. city 

Drake, the sea-king of Devon. Towle, G; M. 

Drama 

Guerber, H. A. The first plays 

In Story of the Greeks, p92-4 (6-8) 
Little, A. Chinese theater 

III World's story, vl, p85-7 
Wright, H. C. Rise of the drama 

In Children's stories in English liter- 
ature, vl, p321-45 (7-8) 
See also Miracle plays; Plays 

Dramatic games and dances for little chil- 
dren. Crawford, C. 

Dramatic readers. See Readers, Dramatic 

Dramatic readings for schools. Lansing, 
^I. F. 

Dramatic stories for reading and acting. 
Skinner, A. M. 

Dramatized scenes from American history. 
Stevenson, A. 

Drawing 

Augsburg, D. L. Augsburg's drawing. 

6v (1-8) 
Beard, D. C. Every boy a decorative 
artist 
In American bov's handy book, p248-53 
(5-7) 
Beard, D. C. How to prepare and give 
a boys' chalk-talk 
In Jack of all trades, p222-35 (5-7) 
Beard, L. and A. B. Botany as applied 
to art; How to draw 
In American girl's handy book, pl39-49, 
229-37 (5-7) 
Beard, L. and A. B. Queer things on pa- 
per and blackboard and how to put 
them there 
In What a girl can make and do, p215- 
26 (5-7) 
Froelich, H. B., and Snow, B. E. Text 

books of art education. 8v 
Kelley. L. E. Art 

In Three hundred things a bright girl 

can do, p278-310 (7-8) 

Lucas, E: V. and E. G. Drawing games 

In Three hundred games and pastimes. 

p37-48 (5-7) 

Rimmer, C. H. Figure drawing for chil- 

dren._ 1893 (5-7) _ 
Sketching and painting 

In Three hundred and one things a 
bright girl can do, p98-106 



Drawn work 

Kelley, L. E. Drawn work 

In Three hundred things a bright girl 
can do, p88-91 (7-8) 
Drayton, Michael 
Ballad of Agincourt 
In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, v3, p235-9 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 

p39-44 
World's story, v9, p410-14 
Dream-lady. Syrett, N. 

/;; Six fairy tale plays for children, pll- 
44 
Dredging 

Bond, A. R. Boats that devour mud 
In With the men who do things, pl59-75 
(6-8) 
See also Excavating machinery 

Dress. See Clothing; Costume; Dressmak- 
ing 

Dressmaking 

Paret, A. P., ed. Simple dress-making 
lessons 
In Harper's handy-book for girls, p201- 
27 (7-8) 

See also Clothing; Costume; Doll 
dressmaking; Sewing 
Drinks. See Beverages 
Druids 

Bulfinch, T: 

In Age of fable (7-8) 
Guerber, H. A. Druids 

/;;. Story of the English, pl3-17 (5-6) 
Drum-beat of the nation. CofHn, C: C. 
Drummond, Henry 

^lonkey that would not kill. Dodd $1 
(3-5) 

"Pranks of a mischievous monkey who 'won't 
hang, won't drown, won't shoot.' " Pittsburgh 

Drunkenness. See Temperance 
Drusus 

Lansing, Al. F. Story of Drusus 
III Barbarian and noble, p3-9 (6-8) 
Dryden, John 

Wright, H. C. Essay and the poetry of 
the eighteenth century 
/;; Children's stories in English litera- 
ture, v2, pl99-203 (7-8) 

Drydocks. See Docks 
Drysdale, William 

Beach patrol: a story of the life-saving 

service. Wilde *$1.25 (6-7) 
Cadet Standish of the "St. Louis." Wilde 

*$1.25 (6-7) 

"Our naval campaign in Cuban waters." Pitts- 
burgh 

Fast mail. Wilde *$1.25 (6-7) 

"Adventures of a newsboy on the West India 
fast mail train." N. Y. city 
Young supercargo. Wilde *$1.25 (6-7) 

"Story of the merchant marine, telling how a 
boy rose from cabin boy to purser through hon- 
esty and faithfulness." Pittsburgh 

DuBois, Mary Constance 

Elinor Arden, royalist. Century $1.50 

cs-s) ... . , 

"Founded upon an actual incident in the life of 
Princess Henrietta Anne, daughter of Charles I of 
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DuBois, Mary Constance — Ccntinned 

Lass of the silver sword. Century $1.50 

(6-8) 
League of the signet ring. Century $1.50 

(6-8) 

Sequel to "Lass of the silver sword" 

"btones of school, home and camp-life, boy-and- 

girl comradeship, and an order with love and 

truth for its mottoes." Hewins 

Du Chaillu, Paul Belloni 

Country of the dwarfs [central Africa]. 

1899 Harper $1.25 (5-7) 
In African forest and jungle. 1903 Scrib- 

ner *$1.50 (7-8) 

Tales of elephants, gorillas, and savages 
Ivar the viking. 1893 Scribner *$1.35 (8) 

"Romantic adventures of a Norse boy 1,500 
years ago; careful historic and archeologic de- 
tails." N. Y. state lib. 

. King Mombo. 1902 Scribner *$1.50 (6-7) 

"Adventures with wild men and wild beasts in 
Africa." Wis. free lib. com. 

Land of the long night. 1899 Scribner 
*$1.80 (6-8) 

"Winter journey by reindeer sledge and en 
skees to northern Scandinavia. Describes adven- 
tures with wolves and bears, life with the queer 
little Lapps, etc." N. Y. state lib. 
Land of the midnight sun. 2v Harper *$5 

(8) 
Lost in the jungle. 1869 Harper $1.25 
(6-7) 

"Wonderful hunting trips and adventures in 
equatorial Africa." N. Y. city 

My Apingi kingdom. 1900 Harper $1.25 

(5-7) 

"More adventures in Central Africa, including 
a description of the Great Sahara, an ostrich 
hunt, etc." N. Y. city 

Stories of the gorilla country. 1867 Har- 
per $1.25 (5-7) 

"Adventures among wild men and beasts on 
west coast of Africa." N. Y. state lib. 

Wild life under the equator [Africa]. 
Harper $1.25 (5-7) 

World of the great forest. 1900 Scrib- 
ner *$1.80 (5-7) 

"How animals, birds, reptiles, insects talk, 
think, work and live." Title 

Duckbills 

Johonnot, J., ed. Ornithorhynchus 

In Glimpses of the animate world, 
p377-9 {6-7) 
Miller, O. T. Oddest of all 

In Little folks in feathers and fur, p36-7 
(3-5) 

Ducks 

Comstock, A. B. 

In Pet book, p213-17 (5-8) 
Johonnot, J. 

In Friends in feathers and fur, p25-9 
(3-4) 
Johonnot, J., ed. 

In Glimpses of the animate world, 
p377-9 (6-7) 
Nuttall, T: Wood duck 
In Weed's Bird life stories, v2, pl03-5 
(5-8) 
Strong, F. L.. ed. 

In All the year round, v3, p76-7 (3-4) 

Poetry 

Efifie, Aunt. Dame Duck's first lecture 
on education 
In Lucas's Book of verses, p91-3 
' Whittier's Child life, pl97-9 



Stories 
Long, W: J. 

In Ways of wood folk, p27-40, 55-69 
(4-6) 
Pierson, C. D. Duckling who didn't know 
what to do 
In Among the farmyard people, p33-46 
(3-4) 
Potter, B. Tale of Jemima Puddleduck 

(1-2) 
Pyle, K. Six little ducklings (2-3) 
Seton, E. T. Mother teal and the over- 
land route 
In Lives of the hunted, pl95-209 (5-7) 

Dudley, Albertus True 

Following the ball. (Phillips Exeter ser. 
vl) Lothrop $1.25 (6-7) 

"Football story which is said by a famous 
player to contain real football." Wis. 

In the line [football story]. (Phillips 

Exeter ser. v3) Lothrop $1.25 (6-7) 
Making the nine. (Phillips Exeter ser. 

v2) Lothrop $1.25 (6-7) 
With mask and mitt [baseball story]. 

(Phillips Exeter ser. v4) Lothrop $1.25 

(6-7) 

Dugdale, Florence E. 

Book of baby beasts; il. by E: J. Det- 

mold. Doran *$1.50 (2-5) 
Book of baby birds; il. by E: J. Detmold. 

Doran *$1.50 (2-5) 

Du Guesclin, Bertrand, comte de Longue- 
ville 

Holland, R. S. Bertrand du Guesclin, 

the great knight of mediaeval France 

In Historic heroes of chivalry, pl37-65 

(7-8) 

Whitham, G. I. Bertrand, "le diamant 

brut" 

In Shepherd of the ocean, p83-170 (6-8) 

Dulac, Edmund 

(il.) Andersen, H. C. Nightingale and 

other stories 
(il.) Andersen, H. C. Snow queen and 

other stories 
(il.) Andersen, H. C. Stories 
(il.) Quiller-Couch, A. T: Sleeping 

beauty and other fairy tales from the 

French 
(il.) Stories from the Arabian nights 

Duluth, Minnesota 

Hotchkiss, C. W. Duluth, the zenith city 
of the unsalted seas 
In Representative cities of the United 
States, p74-86 (6-8) 

Dumas, Alexandre 

Black tulip. Little *$1 (8) 

"A prisoner in a Dutch fortress wins the prize 
for the black tulip in the days of Holland's tulip 
mania.' " Pratt 

— Same [excerpt] ; with title Rival tulip- 
grov/ers 

In World's story, v7, p384-95 
Count of Monte Cristo. Crowell $1.25 

(8) 

Many other editions 

Lang, A., ed. Monsieur Dumas and his 
beasts 
In Animal story book, p99-153 (5-7) 



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Dumb-bells 

Kelley, L. E. 

In Three hundred things a bright girl 
can do, p384-90 (7-8) 

Duncan, F. Martin 

Seashore. 1912 Stokes *$1.7S (5-8) 

"References to localities are all English." A. L. 
A. bkl. 

"Describes the strange and wonderful forms of 
plant and animal life found along the seashore 
and in the deep rock pools. Tells also how to 
make and stock an aquarium and gives sugges- 
tions for the necessary equipment for collecting. 
Illustrations from photographs by the author." 
Pittsburgh 

Duncan, F. Martin, and Duncan, L. T. 

Dwellers in the rockpools. (Wonders of 
the sea) Doran *40c (5-8) 

Insect life in pond and stream. (Won- 
ders of insect life) 1914 Doran *40c 
(5-8) 

"Colored pictures and others in black and 
white." Pittsburgh 

Life in the deep sea. (Wonders of the 
sea) 1913 Doran *40c (5-8) 

"Short chapters on different kinds of fishes, 
whales and seals. Well illustrated." Pittsburgh 
Lobster and his relations. (Wonders of 
the sea) 1913 Doran *40c (5-8) 

"Includes crabs, shrimps, prawns and barnacles. 
Well illustrated." Pittsburgh 
Starfish and his relations. (Wonders of 

the sea) Doran *40c (5-8) 
Wonders of the shore. (Wonders of the 
sea) Doran *40c (5-8) 

Duncan, Frances 

Mary's garden and how it grew. 1904 
Century $1.25 (5-6) 

"Charming little book on gardening in story 
form." N. Y. city 

W^hen mother lets us garden. 1909 Mof- 
fat *75c (4-6) 

"A simply written and attractive book, telling 
just how to beein a little garden and how to plant 
and care for the flowers and vegetables that 
grow most easily. There is also a section on in- 
door gardening. More direct and more readily 
used as a handbook than the author's 'Mary's 
garden and how it grew.' " A. L. A. bkl. 

Duncan, L, T. See Duncan, F. M., jt. auth. 

Duncan, Norman 

Adventures of Billy Topsail. Revell 

*$1.25 (5-8) 

"A fisher lad's hardy life in bleak Newfound- 
land, his dog companion, Skipper, his encounters 
with icebergs, whales, seals and a giant squid, 
and best of all his adventures in carrying Her 
Majesty's mail." Cleveland 

Billy Topsail and Company. Revell *$1.25 
(5-8) 

"Thrdlmg experiences in the lives of Billy 
Topsail and three boy friends, admirable in por- 
trayal of Labrador and Newfoundland local color, 
manliness and courage. Follows 'Adventures of 
Billy Topsail.' " N. Y. state lib. 

Billy Topsail. M. D. Revell *$1.25 (5-8) 

Follows "Billy Topsail and Company" 
"Thrilling tale of sacrifices and bravery." Wis. 
bul. 

Duncan, Robert B. 

Brave deeds of American sailors. 1912 
Jacobs *$1.50 

"Historical events amplified. Good for intro- 
ductory reading. Characters, Paul Jones, Decatur, 
Lawrence, Perry, Farragut, Dewey, Hobson, and 
others and their most famous events." Cleveland 

Duncan, Sara Jeannette. See Cotes, Mrs. 
Sara Jeannette (Duncan) 



Dunham, Edith 

Jogging round the world. 1905 Stokes 

$1.50 (3-6) 

"Pictures and short descriptions of vehicles 
and beasts of burden in many countries." Hew- 
ins 

Dunlap, Hope 

(il.) Browning, R. Pied piper of Hame- 

lin 
(il.) Garnett, L. A. Muffin shop 

Dunn, Arthur William 

Community and the citizen. 1914 Heath 
*90c (6-8) 

Dunstan, Saint 

Guerber, H. A. Dunstan 
In Story of the English, p56-62 (5-6) 

Dunton, Larkin 

(ed.) Glimpses of the world. (World and 
its people ser. v2) 1889 Silver *36c 
(2-3) 

Du Plessis, Armand Jean, cardinal de 
Richelieu. See Richelieu, Cardinal 

Du Puy, William Atherton 

Uncle Sam, wonder worker. 1913 Stokes 
*$1.25 (7-8) 

"Readable account of the odd activities of the 
government bureaus. Tells how cotton is grown 
on trees, how fish are made to help in the pearl 
button industry, how useful new animals are in- 
vented, how the persimmon's pucker has been 
stolen, and a number of other interesting facts." 
A. L. A. bkl. 

Uncle Sam's modern miracles. 1914 
Stokes *$1.25 (8) 

"Describes the humanitarian work of the fed- 
eral government in conquering contagion, reveal- 
ing weather secrets, transforming the deserts, 
recompensing the Indians, smoothing the coun- 
tries roads, and performing other duties that are 
vital to the ordinary citizen." A. L. A. bkl. 

Durbars 

Finnemore, T: Coronation durbar of 
1911 
In World's story, v2, p248-S9 

Diirer, Albrecht 

Clement, C. E. 
/;; Stories of art and artists, p210-34 
(7-8) 
Dutton, M. B. Albrecht Diirer, the 
painter of Nuremberg 
In Little stories of Germany, p78-83 
(5-6) 
Keysor, J. E. Albrecht Diirer and his 
city 
/" Great artists, vl, pl49-208 (5-8) 

Dust 

Mcllvaine, C: What dust does for us 
In Outdoors, indoors, and up the chim- 
ney, p21-7 (5-7) 

Dustin, Hannah 

Faris, J: T. Carried away by the Indians 
In Real stories from our history, p45-Sl 
(6-8) 

Dutch days. Hall, M. E. 

Dutch ditties for children. Terhune, A. 

M. S. 

Dutch twins. Perkins, L. F. 
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Dutton, Maude Barrows 

In tield and pasture. (World at work 
ser.) 1905 Am. bk. *35c (2-3) 

"Stories about a little Pueblo girl, two chil- 
dren of the Nile, a Navajo boy, a Cuban boy, 
children of Tibet, Russia, Norway and the Alps, 
picturing the life and occupations of the people 
as well as child and animal life." A. L. A. bkl. 

Little Stories of France. 1906 Am. bk. 
*40c (5-6) 

"Stories of famous French kings and heroes 
arranged chronologically." N. Y. city 

Little stories of Germany. 1907 Am. bk. 
*40c (5-6) 

"Separate stories arranged so as to form a 
connected account of the history of Germany 
beginning with the mythological heroes and ex- 
tending to Kaiser Wilhelm." A. L. A. bkl. 
Tortoise and the geese, and other fables 
of Bidpai. Houghton *$1 (3-4) 
See also Mott, S. M., jt. auth. 
Dutton, Samuel T: See Hazard, B. E., jt. 

auth. 
Duty 

Wordsworth, W: Ode to duty; poem 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p327-9 (7-8) 

Dwarfs 

Carpenter, F. G : In the great African 
forest — Pygmies 
In Africa, p248-52 (6-7) 
Chamberlain, J. F. Dwellings of the 
dwarfs 
In How we are sheltered, p42-6 (4-5) 
Du Chaillu, P. B. Country of the dwarfs. 

1899 (5-7) 
— Same [excerpt].; with title Village of 
dwarfs 
In World's story, v3, p401-22 
Du Chaillu, P. B. Obongos, or dwarfs 
In World of the great forest, p297-308 
(5-7) 
Shaw, E: R: Pygmies 

In Big people and little people of other 
lands, p98-102 (3-4) 
Starr, F: Pygmies 

/;; Strange peoples, pl38-42 (5-6) 
Dwarfs' tailor. Underbill, Z. D., comp. 
Dwellers in the rockpools. Duncan, F. M. 

and L. T. 
Dwellings. See Houses 
Dyer, Edward 

]\Iy mind to me a kingdom is 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p300-2 (7-8) 
Dyes and dyeing 

Carpenter, F. G: Dyeing and dyestuffs 
In How the world is clothed, pl27-32 
(4-5) 
Chamberlain, J. F. Dyes and dyeing 

In How we are clothed, p209-ll (4-5) 
]\Iartin, E: A. 

In Story of a piece of coal, pl55-64 (7-8) 
White, j\I. Some natural dyes and un- 
usual materials 
In More baskets and how to make them, 
pl45-50 (5-8) 

Dykes. See Dikes 
Dynamite 

Johnston, W: A. Dynamite worker 
/;; Deeds of doing and daring, p63-74 
(6-8) 



AIofiEett, C. Dynamite worker 

In Careers of danger and daring, p348- 
76 (7-8) 
See also Explosives 

Dynamos 

Adams, J. H: 

In Harper's electricity book, p229-55 
(6-8) 
Meadowcroft, W^: LI: 

In Scholar's A B C of electricity, p65- 
80, 102-3 (5-8) 
Morgan, A. P. 

/;; Boy electrician, p301-17 (6-8) 
Shafer, D. C. Dynamic electricity; 
Dynamo, or generator 
In Harper's beginning electricity, pl65- 
88 (7-8) 
Williams, A. Dynamos and electric mo- 
tors 
In How it works, pl59-77 (7-8) 
Woodhull, J : F. Dynamo and the power 
station; Magnet 
In Electricity and its everyday uses, 
p3-24 (6-8) 
Sec also Electric motors 



Each and all. Andrews, J. 

Each and all [poem]. See Emerson, R. W. 

Eads, James Buchanan 

Bolton, S. K. Captain James B. Eads 
In Lives of poor boys who became 
famous, p26-32 (7-8) 

Eagan, John Francis 

Mowry, W: A: and A. AI. Brave Jack 
Eagan 
In American heroes and heroism, p94-7 
(5-7) 

Eagle badge. Day, H. F. 

Eagles 

Du Chaillu, P. B. The guanionien, or 
giant eagle; The kongoo, one of the 
fishing eagles 
In World of the great forest, pl-15, 
272-83 (5-7) 
Johonnot, J. Sky king and his family 
In Neighbors with wings and fins, p98- 
102 (3-5) 
Johonnot, J., ed. Three views of the 
eagle 
In Glimpses of the animate world, p265- 
70 (6-7) 
Pearson, T. G. Pair of eagles 
In Evans and others. Farm life read- 
ers, bk4, pi 58-62 (4-6) 
stories 
Arnold, S. L., and Gilbert, C: B., eds. 
Nest of the golden eagle 
In Stepping stones to literature, v4, 
p234-40 (4) 
Long, W: J. Cloud Wings, the eagle 

In Wilderness ways, p88-107 (4-7) 
Roberts, C: G: D. Lord of the air (7-8) 
— Same 

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Eagles — Stories — Continued 

Wilson, J: Hannah Lomond's bairn 
In Johonnot's Neighbors with wings 
and tins, pl05-12 (3-5) 
Eardley-Wilmot, Sainthill 

Life of an elephant. Longmans *$2.10 
(6-8) . . 

"Chapters, descriptive rather than dramatic in 
form, covering the life of the elephant in the jun- 
gle and as a captive trained for work." Cleveland 

Earl, John Prescott 

Captain of the school team. (School ath- 
letic ser. v3) Penn *$1 (6-8) 
"Foot-ball story." Pittsburgh 

On the school team. (School athletic ser. 
^^^- vl) Penn *$1 (6-8) 

"Football story fairly well written, wholesome 
and free from^lang." A. L. A. sup. 

School tearir in camp. (School athletic 
ser. v2) Penn *$1 (6-8) 

".Story of the summer experiences on the shore 
of a Maine lake of some of the boy characters in 
'On the school team.' " A. L. A bkl. 

School team on the diamond. (School 
athletic ser. v4) Penn *$1 (6-8) 

"Ted Grant makes the school nine and helps 
win the great game of the year." Pittsburgh 

Earle, Alice Morse 

(ed.) Diary of Anna Green Winslow, a 
Boston school girl of 1771. Houghton 
*$1.25 (6-8) 
Earle, Mary Tracy 

Flag on the hilltop. Houghton *90c (7-8) 

"Story of a southern boy and his northern 
uncle during the civil war." Wis. free lib. com. 

Early cave-men. Dopp, K. E. 
Early days in old Oregon. Judson, K. B. 
Early English hero tales. Marks, J. A. 
Early lessons. Edgeworth, M. 
Early sea people. Dopp, K. E. 
Early speeches [and other addresses]. Lin- 
coln, A. 

Earning 

stories 

Deland, E. D. Malvern (6-7) 

Deland, E. D. Successful venture (6-7) 

Haines, A. C. Luck of the Dudley 

Grahams (6-7) 
Kaler. J. O. Lobster catchers (6-7) 
Thaxter, C. Peggy's garden, and what 
grew therein 

In Stories and poems for children, p72- 
96 (4-5) 
Wiggin, K. D. S. Polly Oliver's problem 

(7-8) 
Zollinger, G. Maggie McLanehan (5-7) 

See also Business — Stories 

Ears 

Brearley, H. C. Ears 
In Animal secrets told, p51-66 (6-8) 

Earth 

Fairbanks, H. W. Stories of the rocks 
and minerals. 1903 (7-8) 

Holden, E: S. 
In The sciences, p9-15 (6-7) 

Parker, F. W., and Helm, N. L. Uncle 
Robert's geography, v4 (6-7) 

See also Antarctic regions; Arctic re- 
gions; Astronomjr; Geography; Geol- 
ogy; Ocean; Volcanoes 
Earth and its people. Winslow, I: O. 



Earth and its story. Heilprin, A. 

Earth and sky. Holden, E: S. 

Earth and sky every child should know. 

Rogers, J. E. 
Earth in past ages. Herrick, S. B. 
Earthquakes 

Baker, R. S. Earthquake measurer 
In Boy's second book of inventions, 
p79-112 
Davy, C: Earthquake at Lisbon 

In World's story, v5, p618-28 
Hartt. Mrs. C: F. Volcanoes and earth- 
quakes 
In. Stories of strange sights, retold from 
St. Nicholas, p68-82 (5-7) 
Holden, E: S. 

In The sciences, p218-24 (6-7) 
Houston, E. J. Wonder book of vol- 
canoes and earthquakes. 1907 (7-8) 
Johonnot, J., ed. Earthquakes and vol- 
canoes 
In Geographical reader, p41-55 (7-8) 
Kingsley, C: 
/n. Madame How and Lady Why, p33- 
53 (5) 
See also Seismograph 
Earthworms. See Worms 
East Indies 

Carpenter, F. G: East Indies 
In Australia, etc., p213-64 (6-7) 

See also Borneo; Java; [Malay penin- 
sula; Sumatra 
East o' the sun and west o' the moon. Da- 
sent, G: W. 
East o' the sun and west o' the moon. 

Thorne-Thomsen, G., comp. and tr. 
Easter 

Beard. L. and A. B. 
In American girl's handy book, p33-9 
(5-7) 
Beard, L. and A. B. Egg games for the 
Easter holidays 
/;; Indoor and outdoor recreations for 
girls, p227-36 (6-7) 
Beard, L. and A. B. Novel Easter party 
with new Easter games 
In Things worth doing, p33-44 (6-7) 
MacDonald, E. A. B., and Blaisdell, M. F., 
eds. Easter in Germany 
In Child life, v3, pl05-10 (3-4) 

Plays 

Merington, M. Seven sleepers of Ephe- 
sos 
In Festival plays, p79-124 (7-8) 

Poetry 

Blackburn, T: Easter hymii 

In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, v3, p335-6 (7-8) 
Herbert, G: Easter 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p286 (7-8) 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
Easter 
In Days and deeds: verse, pl39-46 (5-7) 
Thaxter, C. Song of Easter 
/;; Our holidays, pl55-6 

Thaxter's Stories and poems for 
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Easter — Continued 

Stories 

Bailey, T. General's Easter box 
In Our holidays, pl59-74 (4-6) 

Skinner, A. M. and E. L., comps. 
In Emerald story book, p285-371 (5-7) 

Easter cards and gifts 

Beard, L. and A._ B. 
Iji American girl's handy book, p39-53 

(5-7) 

Beard, L. and A. B. How to make your 
own Easter cards and gifts 
/;; Things worth doing, p358-84 (6-7) 

Easter eggs 

Beard, L. and A. B. Possibilities of an 
Easter egg 
In What a girl can make and do, p26-42 
(5-7) 

Easter island 

Holder, C. F. The festival of eggs 
In Island stories, retold from St. Nich- 
olas, p81-93 (5-7) 

Eastman, Charles Alexander 

Indian boyhood. 1902 Doubleday *$1.70; 
Grosset *50c (6-8) 

"Author a Sioux. Describes his own boyish 
training, playmates, games, hunting, forest ad- 
ventures, the bear dance, feasts, story-telling, 
etc." N. Y. state lib. 

Indian child life. 1914 Little *50c (5-8) 

Contents: My Indian childhood; Stories of real 
Indians 

"Fourteen stories taken from the author's 'In- 
dian boyhood' and 'Old Indian days.' " Pitts- 
burgh 

Indian scout talks. 1914 Little *80c (6-8) 

"Description by a Sioux Indian of the games, 
physical training and education in woodlore of 
his people, suggesting those elements which might 
well be incorporated into the life of the modern 
boy and girl. Chapters on Indian names, sig- 
nals and blazes are of especial interest to Boy 
scouts and Campfire girls." Cleveland 

Eastman, Charles Alexander, and Eastman, 
Mrs. Elaine (Goodale) 

Wigwam evenings; Sioux folk tales re- 
told. Little *$1.20 (4-6) 

"Twenty-seven short Sioux myths, fables and 
fairy stories, simply and acceptably related for 
children." N. Y. state lib. 

"Some of the tales are found in Zitkala-Sa's 
'Old Indian legends.' Type, paper, binding and 
illustrations are all good." A. L. A. bkl. 

Eastman, Mrs. Elaine (Goodale) 

Yellow Star. Little *$1.20 (6-8) 

"Slight but interesting story of an Indian girl's 
life with her adopted mother, her New England 
school days and her return as a government field 
matron to her tribe, the Dakotas. Her sympathy 
with her people and love for her New England 
friends is well told, and the book gives a good 
idea of Indian character and life. The typical 
illustrations are by Indians — Angel De Cora and 
William Lone Star." A. L. A. bkl. 

See also Eastman, C: A., jt. auth. 

Ebbutt, M. I. 

Hero-myths and legends of the British 
race. 1910 Stokes *$2.S0 (6-8) 

Sixty-four full page illustrations 

"Successful retelling of the legends of medieval 
heroes which illustrate the British conception of 
honor, loyalty, devotion and duty. Useful source 
for story tellers." A. L. A. sup. 



Echo 

H., F. The story of Echo 
In Poulsson's In the child's world, 
p257-9 (1-2) 

Echo-maid, and other stories. Aspinwall, 

Eckstorm, Mrs. Fannie (Hardy) 

Bird book. 1901 Heath 72c (5-6) 

"Differs from most bird books in attempting 
to teach intelligent observation of habits, struc- 
ture, etc., rather than identification of species." 
N. Y. state lib. 

Ecuador 

Carpenter, F. G: Land of the equator 

In South America, p38-50 (5-6) 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: Ecuador; 
Cocoa industry of Ecuador; Turtle 
islands 
In South America, p 15 1-68 (5-7) 
Curtis, W. E. Odd city in the Andes 
In Lane's Strange lands near home, 
p75-85 (5-6) 
IMarkwick, W: F., and Smith, W: A. 
In South American republics, p94-117 
(5-7) 

Eddy, Sarah J. 

(ed.) Friends and helpers. 1899 Ginn 
*60c (3-5) 

"A compilation of short stories and poems em- 
phasizing humane treatment of animals." Wis. 
free lib. com. 

Edgar, Madalen G. 

Treasury of verse for little children. 
1908 Crowell $2.50 (1-4) 

"Ninety-four poems excellently chosen. Illus- 
trated by Willy Pogany." Eaton 

An edition in good type, with one illustration 
is issued at *soc 

Edgeworth, Maria 

Early lessons, containing Rosamond, 
Frank, Harry and Lucy, The little dog 
Trusty, The orangeman. The cherry or- 
chard. Button $1 

The first 3 stories are also published separately 
by Dutton at 7sc each 

"The sequel to 'Frank' is out of print, but 
may be sometimes picked up at second-hand." 
Hewins 

Moral tales for young people. Dutton $1 

(5-6) 
Parent's assistant; or, Stories for children. 

Dutton $1; Macmillan *75c (5-6) 

"In spite of the old-school moralizing in these 
tales, children, especially .girls, between ten and 
twelve years of age enjoy them very much. 
The best liked stories are 'Lazy Lawrence,' 'Sim- 
ple Susan,' 'Waste not, want not,' and 'Barring 
out.' " Olcott 

Tales; introduction by Austin Dobson; il. 
bv Hugh Thomson. Stokes *$1.50 
(5-6) 

Contents: Orphans; Lazy Lawrence; False key; 
Simple Susan; White pigeon; Forgive and forget; 
Waste not. want not; or, Two strings to your 
bow; Mimic; The barring out; or, Party spirit; 
Little merchants; Tarlton; Basket-woman 

Waste not, want not 

In Scudder's Children's book, p346-59 
— Same, and other stories; ed. by M. V. 

O'Shea. Heath *20c (5-6) 

Contents: Waste not, want not, by Maria Edge- 
worth; Discontented pendulum, by Jane Taylor; 
Order and disorder, by Mrs. Barbauld; Philoso- 
pher's scales, by Jane Taylor 



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Edgeworth, Maria — Continued 
Biography 
Mitchell, D. G. An. Irish story-teller 
In About old story-tellers, pll6-28 (6-8) 

Edick, Grace Willard. See Wiley, B., jt. 

auth. 
Edinburgh 

Grierson, E. W. Children's book of Edin- 
burgh. 1906 (7-8) 
Masson, R. Edinburgh. 1910 
Willis, N. P. Edinburgh 

In Johonnot's Geographical reader, 
p251-3 (7-8) 
Edinburgh after Flodden field. See Aytoun, 
W^: E. 

Edison, Thomas Alva 

Paris, J: T. Thomas Alva Edison 

In Winning their way, p31-7 (7-8) 
Poote, A. E., and Skinner, A. W. Edison 
and the electric light 
In Makers and defenders of America, 
p317-22 (4-8) 
Holland, R. S. Edison and the electric 
light 
In Historic inventions, p233-60 (5-8) 
Meadowcroft, W: H: Boy's life of Edi- 
son. 1911 (6-8) 
Morris, C: Thomas A. Edison, the wiz- 
ard of invention 
In Heroes of progress in America, 
p301-8 (7-8) 
Mowry, W: A: and A. M. Thomas A. 
Edison 
In First steps in the history of our 
country, p304-13 (4-5) 
Perry, P. M. 
In Four American inventors, p204-60 
(4-5) 
Rolt-Wheeler, P. W: Thomas Alva Edi- 
son. 1915 (6-8) 
Steedman, A. Inventor's boyhood 

In Chisholm's Stories for the ten-year- 
old, p7-ll 
When they were children, p373-7 
(6-8) 
Wade, M. H. B. The magician of sound 
In Wonder-workers, p95-120 (6-8) 

Editha's burglar. Burnett, P. H. 
Ednah and her brothers. White, E. O. 

Education 

Garrison, W. P. Insatiable mind 

In. Parables for school and home, pll3- 
19 (6-7) 
See also Educators; Manual training; 
Schools 

Educators 

i\Iowry, W: A: and B. S. Education: 
John Harvard; Horace ]\Iann; JNIary 
Lyon; Samuel G. Howe; Samuel C, 
Armstrong 
In American pioneers, p256-317 (5-7) 
Stevenson, B. E. Scientists and educators 
In Guide to biography for young read- 
ers; American — men of mind, 
p213-30 (7-8) 
See also Lyon, ]\Iary; Mann,. Horace 



Edward I, king of England 
Stories 
Yonge, C. M. Prince and the page (6-7) 

Edward III, king of England 
Plays 
Macdonell, A. Magna carta and Edward 
III. (Historical plays for children, v6) 

(6-8) 

Edward V, king of England 

Arnold, S. L., and Gilbert, C: B., eds. 
King Edward the Fifth 
/;; Stepping stones to literature, v4, 
p2 16-20 (4) 
Marshall, H. E. Story of Edward V 
In Boy kings and girl queens, pl55-88 
(6-8) 

Edward VI, king of England 

Lewis, E. C. The boy-king, Edward VI 
In Stories of roval children, retold from 
St. Nicholas, pl42-55 (5-8) 
Marshall, H. E. Story of Edward VI 
In Boy kings and girl queens, pl90-221 
(6-8) 

stories 
Clemens, S: L. Prince and the pauper 
(6-7) 

Edward, the Black Prince, prince of Wales 

Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Ed- 
ward the Black Prince 
In Famous men of the middle ages, 
p219-25 (4-6) 

Morris, C: 

/;; Historical tales: English, pl63-73 
(7-8) 
Skae, H. T. Black Prince 

In Stories from English history, p91- 
109 (5-6) 
Sweetser, K. D. Edward the Black 
Prince, the boy warrior 
In Ten boys from history, pl31-42 (6-8) 
Tappan, E. M. Edward the Black Prince 
In Old world hero stories, pt2, pl94-9 
(6-8) 

Stories 
Hentv, G: A. St. George for England 

(6-8) 
Stoddard, W^: O. With the Black Prince 

(6-7) 
Yonge, C. M. Lances of Lynwood (7-8) 

Edward, the Confessor 

Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Ed- 
ward the Confessor 
In Famous men of the middle ages, 
pl63-6 (4-6) 

Edwards, Esther 

Paris. J: T. Romance of colonial days 
In Real stories from our history, p71-6 
(6-8) 

Eels 

Johonnot, J. About eels 

In Some curious flyers, creepers and 
swimmers, p53-62 (5-6) 
Richards, L. E. H. Slippery Solomon 
In Four feet, two feet and no feet, 
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Egan, Maurice Francis 

Everybody's St. Francis. 1912 Century 
*$2.5U (6-8) 

"Simplicity and tenderness distinguish this nar- 
rative of the life of St. Francis ot Assisi. The 
austere illustrations by Boutet de Monv«l, many 
of which are in color, are singularly harmonious 
with the spirit of the text. Reprinted from the 
'Century.' " A. L. A. bkl. 

Eggeling, Otto, and Ehrenberg, Frederick 

l^resh water aquarium and its inhabitants. 
1908 Holt *$2 

"In these days of experimental stations and 
school laboratories, such a practical guide as this 
should be very welcome." Nature 

"Directions for stocking aquarium and care of 
specimens." Olcott 

Eggleston, Edward 

First book in American history. 1899 
Am. bk. *60c (3-5) 

"About the heroes of our country and their 
great deeds." Pittsburgh 

History of the United States and its 
people. Appleton *$2.50' (6-7) 

Household edition adapted from the school edi- 
tion previously published, Am. bk. *$i.os 

"The most attractive single volume for young 
people. Fully illustrated." Oregon 

Begins with the discovery of America by Co- 
lumbus and includes some events of President 
Wilson's administration 

Hoosier school-boy. Scribner *$1; (Ser. 
for young people) *60c; (School read- 
ing) *50c (5-7) 

"School-boy life in Indiana about 1850." Ore- 
gon 

Hoosier school-master. Judd $1.50; Gros- 
set 75c (7;8) 

"Realistic picture of early Indiana and life in 
a backwoods school." N. Y. city 

New century history of the United States. 

1914 Am. bk. *$1 (5-8) 
Stories of American life and adventure. 

1895 Am. bk. *50c (3-5) 

"Indian life, frontier peril and escape, colonial 

pirates, heroic deeds of the revolution and other 

stories full of action." N. Y. city 

Stories of great Americans for little 

Americans. 1895 Am. bk. *40c (2-4) 

"Episodes in the boyhood of Franklin, Wash- 
ington, Boone, Irving, Audubon, Webster, Long- 
fellow, Greeley and others." Wis. 

Eggleston, Edward, and Seelye, Mrs. Eliza- 
beth (Eggleston) 

Brant and Red Jacket. Dodd $1.25 (6-7) 

"About two famous Iroquois chiefs and the part 
they took in the colonial and revolutionary wars." 
Utica 
Montezuma and the conquest of Mexico. 
1908 Dodd $1.25 (6-7) 

"Cortez appearing in the light of a hero. Mon- 
tezuma himself is but an incident." Pittsburgh 
Pocahontas. Dodd $1.25 (6-7) 

"Popular account of the early explorers and 
colonists in Virginia." N. Y. city 

Tecumseh and the Shawnee prophet. 
Dodd $1.25 (7) 

Biography 
Faris, J: T. Edward Eggleston 

In Winning their way, p265-71 (7-8) 
Wright, H. C. Edward Eggleston 

In Children's stories in American litera- 
ture, v2, p28-49 (7-8) 
Eggleston, George Gary 

(comp.) American war ballads and lyrics. 
Putnam *$1.50 (5-8) 

"A history of the republic told by her poets." 
N. Y. city 
Bale marked circle X. Lothrop $1.50 
(6-8) 
Adventures of three boy soldiers in the Con- 



federate service who are sent in a sloop on a 
secret voyage conveying a bale of cotton which 
holds important documents 

Big brother. (Big brother ser. vl) Put- 
nam *$1.25 (6-7) 

"Story of Indian fighting during the war of 
1812." Hardy 
Camp Venture. Lothrop $1.50 (6-7) 

"Boy's adventures in Virginia mountain logging 
camp." N. Y. state lib. 

Captain Sam; or, Boy scouts of 1814. 
(Big brother ser. v2) Putnam *$1.25 
(6-7) 
Jack Shelby: story of the Indiana back- 
woods. Lothrop $1.50 (8) 
"Not well written, but gives an interesting, and 
probably accurate picture of pioneer life." A. L. 
A. bkl. 
Last of the flatboats. Lothrop $1.50 (6-7) 

"Four boys' trip down the Ohio and Mississippi 
to New Orleans during a great flood." N. Y. state 
lib. 
Long Knives. Lothrop $1.50 (6-7) 

"A story of George Rogers Clark's expedition to 
Illinois at the time of the revolution." A. L. A. 
bkl. 
Our first century. 1905 Barnes *$1 (7-8) 

"American life, manners and customs during 
the seventeenth century." N. Y. city 

Signal boys; or, Captain Sam's company. 
(Big brother ser. v3) Putnam *$1.25 
(6-7) 

Story of war of 1812 

Southern soldier stories; il. by Zogbaum. 
Macmillan *$1.50; (Standard school lib.) 
*50c (8) 

"Tales of battle, march and camp in the Con- 
federate army, 1862-1865." N. Y. city 

Strange stories from history. Harper 60c 
(4-5) 

From French, Russian, English and American 
history 

Wreck of the Red Bird. (Big brother 
ser. v4) Putnam *$1.25 (6-7) 

"Adventures of three boys on an island off 
the Carolina coast." N. Y. state lib. 

Eggs 

Beard, D. C. How to collect and pre- 
serve eggs 
In American boy's handy book, pl67-9 
(5-7) 
Bullivant, C. H: Birds' egg collecting 
In Every boy's book of hobbies, p270-2 
(7-8) 
Mcllvaine, C: Only an egg 
In Outdoors, indoors, and up the chim- 
ney, p59-65 (5-7) 
Morley, M. W. 
In Seed-babies, p68-75 (2-4) 

See also Birds' eggs; Easter eggs 

Egypt 

Egypt 
/;; World's story, v3, pl-264 

Description and travel 
Belzoni, G. B. Egyptian tombs and mum- 
mies 
In Johonnot's Geographical reader, 
p290-4 (7-8) 
Carpenter, F. G: Egypt — a trip through 
the country; Alexandria and Cairo; 
Ancient Egypt — the pyramids and the 
sphinx; Trip through the Suez canal 
In Africa, p87-113 (6-7) 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: Nile; 
Egypt and its people; Cairo 
In Africa, pl76-203 (5-7) 



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Egypt — Description and travel — Continued 
Curtis, G: W. Egypt and the Nile 
In Johonnot's Geographical reader, p56- 
60 (7-8) 
Gibson, C. C. 
In In eastern wonderlands, pl64-93 
(6-7) 
Kelley, R. T. Egypt. 1908 (5-7) 
Perry, W. S. With Azir Girges in Egypt. 

1913 (4-5) 
Salmon, P. R. Wonderland of Egypt. 

1915 (6-8) 
Tolman, S. W. C., and others 

In Around the world, v2, p87-140 (1-6) 
See also Assouan dam; Cairo; Karnak, 
Temple of; Khartoum; Nile river; 
Pyramids 

History 
Abbott, J. History of Cleopatra (6-8) 
Herodotus. Certain kings of Egypt; 
Persians conquer Egypt 
In Stories of the East from Herodotus, 
pl36-91 (7-8) 
Ragozin, Z. A. History of the world, v2. 
1900 (7-8) 

See also Cleopatra; Saladin, sultan of 
Egypt and Syria 

Mythology 
Bulfinch, T: Egyptian deities 
In Age of fable (7-8) 

Social life and customs 
Arnold, E. J. 
In Stories of ancient peoples, p7-9 
(5-8) 
Crosby, E. R. Some little Egyptians 

In Lane's Wide world, p42-8 (4-5) 
Button, M. B. Pepy and Athor, children 
of the Nile valley 
In In field and pasture, p32-57 (2-3) 
Herodotus. Manners of the Egyptians 
In Stories of the East from Herodotus, 
pi 16-35 (7-8) 
MacDonald, E. A. B.. and Dalrymple, J. 

Hassan in Egypt (5-7) 
Mansfield, B. M. Our little Egyptian 

cousin. 1908 (5-6) 
Penfield, F: C. School in Cairo 

In Lane's Wide world, p49-51 (4-5) 
Stories 
Brooks, E. S. Cinderella's ancestor 

In Chivalric days, pl-22 (6-7) 
Gilman, B. Son of the desert 
Henty, G: A. Cat of Bubastes; a tale 
of ancient Egypt (6-8) 
Eiffel tower 
Stephens, C. A. 
/;; Northern Europe, p53-60 (5-7) 

Eight cousins. Alcott, L. M. 
Eisteddfod 

Marks, J. Eisteddfod 
In World's story, vlO, p601-12 

Electric apparatus and appliances 

Hopkins, G: M. Experimental science. 
1906 (8) 

Electric bells 
Woodhull, J: F. 

In Electricity and its everydav uses, 
p70-5, 296-9, 350-2 (6-8) 



Electric engineering 

Morgan, A. P. Bov electrician. 1913 
(6-8) 

Onken, W: H:, jr., and Baker, J. B. Har- 
per's how to understand electrical work. 
1908 (8) 

See also Dynamos; Electric bells; 
Electric lighting; Electric motors; Elec- 
tric railroads; Electricity; Telegraph; 
Telephone; Wireless telegraph; Wire- 
less telephone; Wireless transmission 
of power 

Electric furnaces 

Baker, R. S. How the hottest heat is 
produced 
In Boys' second book of inventions, 
pll3-51 (7-8) 

Electric heating 

Woodhull, J: F. Electric heating; Appli- 
cations of electric heating 
In Electricity and its everyday uses, 
p97-159 (6-8) 

Electric lighting 
Adams, J. H : 

In Harper's electricity book for boys, 
p334-40 (6-8) 
Baker, R. S. The newest electric light 
In Boys' second book of inventions, 
p293-320 (7-8) 
Carpenter, F. G: Lighting by electricity 
In How the world is housed, p299-307 
(5-7) 
Fournier d'Albe, E. E: 

In Wonders of physical science, pl49-59 
Meadowcroft, W: H: Electric lighting; 
Arc and incandescent lamps; Switches 
In Scholar's A B C of electricity, p62- 
101 (5-8) 
Morgan, A. P. Miniature lighting 
In Boy electrician, p334-53 (6-8) 
Mowry, W: A: and A. M. Electric light- 
ing 
In American inventions and inventors, 
p85-9 (5-8) 
St. John, T: M: How light is produced 
by the incandescent lamp 
In Things a bov should know about 
electricity, pl29-40 (6-8) 
Shafer, D. C. Electricity and light 
In Harper's beginning electricity, p210- 
26 (7-8) 
Shafer, D. C. Use and misuse of light; 
Incandescent lamp and its adapta- 
tions 
In Harper's every-day electricity, pl09- 
44 (8) 
Williams, A. 

In How it works, pl79-85 (7-8) 
Woodhull, J: F. _ Lighting a summer 
camp bv electricity 
In Electricity and its everyday uses, 
pl60-7 (6-8) 

Electric motors 

Hopkins, G: M. Simple electric motor 
In Home mechanics, p259-332 (7-8) 

Meadowcroft, W: H : Electric power 
In Scholar's A B C of electricity, pl04- 
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Electric motors — Continued 
Morgan, A. P. 

In Boy electrician, p289-30O (6-8) 
Rocheleau, W: F. 
In Great American industries, v3, p33-5 
(5-7) 
Shafer, D. C. Dynamic electricity; 
Dynamo, or generator; Electric mo- 
tor 
In Harper's beginning electricity, pl65- 
98 (7-8) 
Shafer, D. C. Transforming electrical 
energy into mechanical energy; Helps 
for the small motor-builder 
In Harper's every-day electricity, p205- 
28 (8) 
Williams, A. 

In How it works, pi 77-8 (7-8) 
Woodhull, J: F. 

In Electricity and its everyday uses, 
p43-56 (6-8) 
See also Dynamos 

Electric power transmission 

Bond. A. R. Light and heat from snow 
In On the battle front of engineering, 
p92-113 (7-8) 

Electric railroads 

Johnson, V. E: Bachelet levitated rail- 
way or the flying train 

In Modern inventions, p294-306 (8) 
Morgan, A. P. Electric railway 

In Boy electrician, p318-33 (6-8) 
Tappan, E. M. How the trolley car runs 

In Travelers and traveling, p54-62 (5-6) 
Williams, A. Model electric railway 

In How to make things, pl09-26 (7-8) 
Sec also Subways 

Electric toy-making for amateurs. Sloane, 
T: O. 

Electric toys 

St. John, T: ]M: Real electric toy-making. 

1905 (7-8) 
Sloane, T: O. Electric toy-making for 

amateurs. 1914 (7-8) 

Electrical terms 

Shafer, D. C. Electrical dictionary 
In Harper's beginning electricity, p267- 
72 (7-8) 

Electricity 

Adams, J. H: Harper's electricity book 

for boys. 1907 (6-8) 
Collins, A. F. Book of electricity. 1916 

(7-8) 
Fraser, C. C. 

In Every boy's book of handicraft, 
sports and amusements, pl50-97 
(6-8) 
Hall, A. N. Handy boy electrician 

In Handy boy, pl24-50 (6-8) 
Holden, E: S. 

/;( The sciences. d119-43 (6-7) 
Hopkins, G: M. Electricity 

In Flome mechanics, p227-367 (7-8) 
Houston, E. J. Wonder book of mag- 
netism. 1908 (7-8) 
Jenks. T. Electricity for young people. 

1907 (7-8) 



Meadowcroft, W: H: Scholar's ABC 

of electricity. 1912 (5-8) 
Morgan, A. P. Boy electrician. 1913 

(6-8) 
St. John, T: M: How two boys made 
their own electrical apparatus. 1898 
(6-8) 
St. John, T: M: Study of elementary 
electricity and magnetism by experi- 
ment. • 1900 (6-8) 
St. John, T: M: Things a boy should 

know about electricity. 1900 (6-8) 
Seaver, C: H. American boys' book of 

electricity. 1916 (6-8) 
Shafer, D. C. Harper's beginning elec- 
tricity. 1913 (7-8) 
Shafer, D. C. Harper's every-day elec- 
tricity. 1914 (8) 
Sloane, T: O. Electric toy-making for 

amateurs. 1914 (7-8) 
Sloane, T: O. Electricity simplified. 1911 

(7-8) 
Williams, A. 

In How it works, pi 12-86 (7-8) 
Woodhull, J: F. Electricity and its 

everyday uses. 1911 (6-8) 
Zerbe, J. S. Electricity for boys. 1914 
See also Dynamos; Telegraph; Wire- 
less telegraph; Wireless telephone; also 
Edison, T: A.; Faraday, M.; also head- 
ings beginning with Electric 
Electricity and its everyday uses. Wood- 
hull, J: F. 
Electricity for boys. Zerbe, J. S. 
Electricity for young people. Jenks, T. 
Electricity simplified. Sloane, T: O. 
Electro-magnets 

Woodhull, J: F. Magnet; Applications of 
the electro magnet 
In Electricity and its everyday uses, 
pi 1-24, 57-96 (6-8) 
Elegy on the death of a mad dog. See 

Goldsmith, O. 
Elegy written in a country churchyard. 
Gray, T: 
In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, v3, p71-6 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
pl-5 
Elementary history of our country. Tap- 
pan, E. M. 
Elementary woodworking. Foster, E. W. 

Elephants 

Badlam, A. B. Views of elephants 
In Views in Africa, p264-8 (6-7) 
Baker, S: W. Elephant hunting in Africa 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v6, pl55-62 (6) 
Carpenter, F. G: King of Siam and 
his royal white elephants; Burmese 
farming and the working elephants 
In Asia, pl97-9, 223-6 (6-7) 
Chamberlain. J. F. An elephant ride 

In How we travel, p82-90 (4-5) 
Du Chaillu, P. B. 

In World of the great forest, p238-62 
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Elephants— Con/uui^rf , ., r i v,o^ + 

Eardley-Wilmot, S. Life of an elephant 

(6-8) J , 

Higginson, T: W. Elephants and how 
they are caught . 

In Johonnot's Glimpses of the animate 
world, p321-7 (6-7) 
Johonnot, J. Giants with tusks and trunk 
In Neighbors with claws and hoots, 
pl43-9 (5-6) 
Lang, A., ed. , 
In Animal story book, poU-o, cSZl-b 

(5-7) 
Lang, A., ed. Elephant shooting 
In Red book of animal stones, p23b-ol 
(6-7) 
Leonowens, Mrs. A. H. Reception ot a 
white elephant 
/;; World's story, v2, p263-8 
Monteith, J: and C. Whose pig is the 
elephant? 
/;( Some useful animals, p94-101 (2-3) 
Morris, C: Elephant in man's service 
In Home life in all lands, v3, pll7-32 
(6-8) 
Tennents, J. E. Training elephants in 
Ceylon 
In Children's hour, v7, p381-92 (2-8) 
Wood, C. D. 

In Animals, p98-104 (4-7) 

Wright, J. M. Odd toes 
In Seaside and wayside, v4, p344-8 (.0-6) 

Poetry 

Heine, H. White elephant 

/;; World's story, v2, p269-71 
Stories 
Baker, S: W. Elephants that struck 

In Children's hour, v7, pl92-6 (2-8) 
Johonnot, J., ed. An old veteran 

In Grandfather's stories, pl22-5 (3-4) 
Kipling, R. Toomai of the elephants 

In Jungle book, p217-61 (4-6) 

Elevated railroads 

Tappan, E. AL How elevated roads and 
subways are built 
In Travelers and traveling, p63-5 (5-6) 

Elevators 

Bond, A. R. Cars that travel skyward 
In With the men who do things, pl09- 
22 (6-8) 
Hall, A. N. Home-made toy elevators 
In Home-made toys for girls and boys, 
p59-70 (5-8) 

Elf maiden, and other stories. Lang, A., ed. 

Elias, Edith L. 

Cinderella; retold in story and rhyme; pic- 
tured by Willy Pogany. McBride *50c 
(2-3) 

In Victorian times. 1915 Little *$1.25 
(7-8) 

Brief biographical sketches of noted men and 
women 

Elinor Arden, royalist. DuBois, M. C. 

Eliot, George, pseud. 

Maggie Tulliver 
In MacDonald and Blaisdell's Child 
life, v4, pl65-79 (4-5) 



Silas Marner. Macmillan *$1; Houghton 
(Riverside school lib.) *60c; Button 
(Everyman's lib.) *40c; lib binding 
*50c; Ginn *30c (8) 

"Silas Marner is a linen weaver, a miser, 
whose gold is stolen." Pittsburgh 

— Same; il. by Hugh Thomson. IMacmil- 
lan Cranford ed *$2 

Biography 
Bolton, S. K. George Eliot 
In Lives of girls who became famous^ 
p213-39 (7-8) 
George Eliot 

/;/. Riverside readers, v8, p257-62 
Steedman, A. George Eliot 

/;; When they were children, p303-8 
(6-8) 
Wright, H. C. Nineteenth century prose 
In Children's stories in English litera- 
ture, v2, p378-80 (7-8) 

Eliot, John 

Coe, F. E. John Eliot, the missionary 
pioneer 
In Founders of our country, pl79-86 
(3-5) 
Hawthorne, N. Indian Bible 
In Hawthorne's Grandfather's chair, 
and Biographical stories, p41-7 
Hawthorne's True stories from his- 
tory and biography 
World's story, vl2, pl89-92 
Johonnot's Stories of our country 
[condensed], p44-8 
Humphreys. M. G., ed. John Eliot, apostle 
to the Indians 
In Missionary explorers among the In- 
dians, pl-28 (7-8) 
]\Iorris, C: John Eliot, the apostle of 
the Indians 
In Heroes of progress in America, pl6- 
20 (7-8) 
Mowry, W: A: and B. S. John_ Eliot 
In American pioneers, p3 18-25 (5-7) 

Eliot, Samuel 

(ed.) Poetry for children. Houghton 

*80c (4-8) 
(ed.) Selected stories from the Arabian 

nights. Houghton *50c (4-5) 

"Six of the stories most popular with children 
and best adapted to reading in schools. A useful 
edition with large clear type and strong bindingj^ 
but unattractively illustrated with old woodcuts." 
A. L. A. bkl. 

Elizabeth, queen of England 

Abbott, J. Historv of Queen Elizabeth 

(6-8) 
Atkinson, A. M. 

In Introduction to American history: 
European beginnings, p248-58, 269- 
88 (6-7) 
Brooks. E. S. Elizabeth of Tudor: the 
girl of the Hertford manor 
In Historic girls. pl74-91 (6-7) 
Farmer, L. H. Queen Elizabeth and 
Mary, queen of Scots 
In Girls' book of famous queens, pl56- 
231 (7-8) 
Hoffman, A. S. Reign of Queen Eliza- 
beth 
In Heroes and heroines of English his- 
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Elizabeth, queen of England — Continued 
Steedman, A. Queen Elizabeth 
In When they were children, p43-51 
(6-8) 
Strickland, A. The great queen as a little 
child 
In World's story, v9, p503-17 
Warren, H: P., ed. Story of Queen Eliza- 
beth 
/;; Stories from English history, p214- 
21 (5-7) 

Stories 
Scott, W. Kenilworth (7-8) 
Tappan, E. M. In the days of Queen 
Elizabeth. 1902 (6-8) 

Elizabeth of Hungary, Saint 

Canton, W: Story of Saint Elizabeth of 

Hungary. 1913 (6-8) 
Chenoweth, C. V. Saint Elizabeth of 
Hungary 

In Stories of the saints, pl69-83 (5-6) 

Elizabeth's charm-string. Forbes, C. B. 

Elk. See Deer 

Elkin, R. H. 

Children's corner; il. by H. Willebeek Le 
Mair. 1915 McKay *$1.25 (1-3) 

"Attractive colored plates, mounted on heavy, 
cream-colored pap«r, with a gay little stanza op- 
posite each. Though the pictures are charming, 
libraries will prefer to have first either 'Our old 
nursery rhymes' or 'Little songs of long ago.' " 
A. L. A. bkl. 

Ellen Linn. Abbott, J. 

Elliott, Emilia, pseud. See Jacobs, C. E. 

Elliott, J. W. 

(ed.) Mother Goose's nursery rhymes and 
nursery songs, set to music. McLough- 
lin 50c (2-5) 

Elliott Gray, jr. Maynard, C. 

Ellis, Edward Sylvester 

Logan the Mingo. Button $1.50 (5-6) 
Osceola, chief of the Seminoles. Button 
$1.50 (6-7) 

"Adventure in the Everglades during Seminole 
war, 1835." N. Y. city 

Ellis, Katharine Ruth 

Wide awake girls. (Wide awake girls 
ser. vl) Little *$1.30 (5-7) 

"Home and school life and travel in this coun- 
try and in Germany." A. L. A. bkl. 

Wide awake girls at college. (Wide 
awake girls ser. v3) Little *$1.30 (5-7) 

"The wide awake girls have a patchwork even- 
ing, a stunt party, a 'bacon bat' and many other 
good times together at Dexter college." Pitts- 
burgh 

Wide awake girls in Winsted. (Wide 
awake girls ser. v2) Little *$1.30 (5-7) 

"The four friends spend a happy week to- 
gether at Catherine's home in Winsted and Cath- 
erine starts a public library." Pittsburgh 

Elm trees 

Johonnot, J., ed. Pride of New England 
In Glimpses of the animate world, p2-5 
(6-7) 

Stokes, S. American elm 

In Ten common trees, pl6-24 (4-5) 

Elsbeth. Muller, M. 



Elson, Henry William 

Guide to United States history for young 
readers. (Guide ser.) 1910 Boubleday 
*$1.25 (6-8) 

"Stories, biographical sketches, incidents and 
anecdotes of American history chronologically 
arranged. Simply and entertainingly told for 
older children." A. L. A. sup. 

Published in 1909 under title "A child's guide 
to American history." 

Elton, Mrs. Letitia (MacColl) 

Story of Sir Francis Brake. (Children's 
heroes ser.,) 1906 Button *50c (5-6) 
Elton, Mrs. Oliver. See Elton, ]Mrs. Leti- 
tia (AlacColl) 
Emancipation day 

Lincoln, A. Emancipation proclamation 
In Schauffler's Lincoln's birthday, p378- 
80 (5-8) 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
Emancipation day 
In Bays and deeds: prose, pl57-60 
(5-7) 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
Emancipation day 
In Bays and deeds: verse, pl47-50 
(5-7) 

Emancipation proclamation. See Lincoln, 
Abraham 

Emblems. See Symbols 
Embroidery 

Archer, E. A. Needlecraft. 1911 (6-8) 
Kelley, L. E. 
In Three hundred things a bright girl 
can do, pl03-34 (7-8) 
Paret, A. P., ed. Embroidery for girls 
In Harper's handy-book for girls, p252- 
68 (7-8) 

Emerald story book. Skinner, A. M. and 
E. L., comps. 

Emeralds 
Kelley, J. G: 
In Boy mineral collectors, pl77-84 (7-8) 

Emergencies. See First aid in illness and 
injury 

Emergency mistress. Stockton, F. R: 
In Floating prince, pl02-20 (4-6) 

Emerson, Ralph Waldo 

Boston hymn 

In World's story, vl3, p347-50 
Concord hymn 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v5. 
p294 
Stevenson's Bays and deeds: verse, 
p207 (5-7) 
Each and all 

In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, v3, p5-7 (7-8) 
Humble-bee 

In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v7, p223-5 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 

p269-71 
Thacher's Listening child, p239-40 

In an age of fops and toys 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p305-6 (7-8) 



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Emerson, Ralph Waldo— Conthnied 
Mountain and the squirrel 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v3, 
pll6 
Scudder's Children's book, pl48 

Biography 
Arnold, M: Emerson 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p234-9 (7-8) 
Bolton, S. K. Ralph Waldo Emerson 
In Famous American authors, pl-27 
(7-8) 
Gilbert, A. Louisa Alcott's neighbor 

In More than conquerors, pll9-44 (6-8) 
Harris, A. B. Ralph Waldo Emerson 
/;; American authors for young folks, 
p67-84 (7-8) 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
Ralph Waldo Emerson 
In Davs and deeds: prose, p279-82 
(5-7) 
Wright, H. C. Ralph Waldo Emerson 
In Children's stories in American litera- 
ture, vl, pl49-55 (7-8) 
Poetry 
Betts, C. L. Emerson; poem 

In Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 
p249 (5-7) 

Emery, Mabel Sarah 

How to enjoy pictures. 1898 Prang *$1.50 
(8) . , 

"Pointing out by comments on a series of typ- 
ical examples of ancient and modern art, how 
pleasure and profit may be had from pictures." 
X. Y. city 

Emmeline. Singmaster, E. 

Emmet, Robert 

Poetry 
McCarthy, J. F. Emmet's grave 
In World's story, vlO, p505-6 

Emperor W'illiam First, the great war and 
peace hero. Walter, A. 

Empire storj% Marshall, H. E. 

Enamel 

Paret, A. P., ed. Art of enamelling 
In Harper's handy-book for girls, pll9- 
25 (7-8) 

Sleffel, C: C. Enamelling 

In Working in metals, pl97-211 (6-8) 

Enchanted mountain. White, E. O. 

Encyclopedias 

Champlin, J: D., ed. Young folks' cyclo- 
pedia of common things, new ed 1916 

Champlin, J: D., ed. Young folks' cyclo- 
pedia of literature and art. 1901 

Champlin, J: D., ed. Young folks' cyclo- 
pedia of persons and places. 6th ed 
rev 1911 

Champlin, J: D., and Bostwick, A. E., 
eds. Young folks' cyclopedia of games 
and sports. 1899 (5-8) 

Champlin, J: D., and Lucas, F: A:, eds. 
Young folks' cyclopedia of natural his- 
tory. 1905 

Standard reference work. 6v 1912 
End of a rainbow. Johnson, R. 



Engineering 

Bond, A. R. On the battle front of engi- 
neering. 1916 (7-8) 

Bond, A. R. Pick, shovel and pluck. 
1915 (6-8) 

Bond, A. R. With the men who do 
things. 1913 (6-8) 

Cochrane, C: H: Wonders of modern 
mechanism. 1899 (7-8) 

Lane, M. A. L., ed. Triumphs of science. 
1903 (5-6) 

Williams, A. How it is done. 1908 (7-8) 

Williams, A. Romance of modern engi- 
neering. 1904 (7-8) 

See also Bridges; Canals; Dams; Dikes; 
Electric engineering; Engineers; Irriga- 
tion; Roads; Surveying; Water supply 

Engineers 

Mofifett, C. Locomotive engineer 
In Careers of danger and daring, p377- 
419 (7-8) 
Perry, L., and others. Engineer at sea 
In Coe's Heroes of everyday life, pl25- 
42 (6-8) 
See also Eads, James Buchanan; Ste- 
phenson, Robert 

Engines , , ■, 

Hopkins, G: ^L Model engmes and boil- 
ers 
In Home mechanics, pl69-85 (7-8) 

Williams, A. Hot-air engine 

In How to make things, p232-46 (7-8) 
See also Electric motors; Fire en- 
gines; Gas and oil engines; Locomo- 
tives; Solar motors; Steam engines 

England 

Antiquities 

See Stonehenge 

Biography 

Elias, E. L. In Victorian times. 1915 

(7-8) 

Colonies 

Warren, H: P., ed. British colonies 

In Stories from English history, p438- 
54 (5-7) 

Commerce 
Blaich, L. R. 

In Three industrial nations, p34-10O 
(6-8) 

Description and travel 
Barnard, H. C British Isles in pictures. 

1910 (4-6) 
Carpenter, F. G: England 
In Europe, p48-84 (5-6) 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: British 
Isles; Metropolis of the world 
In Europe, p9-35 (5-7) 
Finnemore, J: England. 1908 (5-8) 
George, M. M., ed. Little journey to 

England and Wales. 1901 (5-6) 
Greenwood, G. Merrie England. 1909 

(5-7) 
Hawthorne, N. Rural scenes in England 
In Johonnot's Geographical reader, 
p390'-401 (7-8) 
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England — Description and travel — Co]it. 
King, C: F. 

In Picturesque geographical readers, v6, 
p92-268 (6-7) 
Moncrieff, A. R. H. England 

/;* World, pl-10 (6-8) 
Stockton, F. R; England 

In Personally conducted, pl58-200 (6-7) 
Tolman, S. W. C, and others 

In Around the world, v5, p7-235 
Tomlinson, E. T. Young Americans in 

the British Isles. 1909 (6-7) 
Williamson, M. John and Betty's his- 
tory visit. 1910 (6-8) 
Winslow, I : O. 
In Europe, pl3-44 (4-6) 

See also Eton college; London 
Folklore 
Jacobs, J., ed. English fairy tales (3-5) 
Jacobs, J., ed. More English fairy tales 

(4-6) 
Lansing, M. F., ed. Tales of old England 
in prose and verse. 1908 (3-4) 
See also Arthur, King 
History 
Abbott, J. History of Queen Elizabeth 
(6-8) 

For other Abbott histories dealing with Eng- 
land, see Abbott, Jacob 

Atkinson, A. "SI. Introduction to Amer- 
ican history; European beginnings. 1914 
(6-7) 

Blaisdell, A. F. Stories from English 
history from the earliest times to the 
present day. 1898 (4-6) 

Blaisdell, A. F., and Ball, F. K. English 
history story-book. 1912 (4-7) 

Church, A. J: Stories from English his- 
tory. 1898 (6-8) 

Creighton, L. v. G. Stories from English 
history (6-7) 

Dickens, C: Child's history of England 
(5-7) 

England 

In World's story, v9; vlO, pl-226 

Fletcher, C: R. L., and Kipling, R. His- 
tory of England. 1911 (6-8) 

Freeman, E: A: Old English history 
(7-8) 

Froissart, J. Boys' Froissart. 1879 (/-8) 

Green, J: R: Short history of the Eng- 
lish people [to 1874] (7-8) 

Guerber, H. A. Story of the English. 
1898 (5-6) 

Johonnot, J., ed. Stories of Britain 
In Stories of other lands, pll3-29 (4-6) 

Johonnot, J., ed. Western record 

In Stories of the olden time, p211-54 

Kirkland, E. S. Short history of Eng- 
land. 1891 (7-8) 
Earned, J. N. History of England [to 

1902] (8) . . , , , 

Longman's ship historical readers. 7v 
Marshall, H. E. Island story. 1906 (6-7) 
Montgomery, D: H: Leading facts of 

English history. 1912 (8) 
Morris, C: Historical tales: English. 1908 
(7-8) 



Skae, H. T. Stories from English his- 
tory. 1907 (5-6) 

Stedman, D. C. Story of Hereward, the 
champion of England. 1909 

Tappan, E. M. England's story. 1901 
(7-8) 

Terry, A. G., ed. History stories from 
other lands. 1915 (2-8) 

Warren, H: P., ed. Stories from English 
history (5-7) 

Yonge, C. M. Young folks' history of 
England (6-7) 

See also Agincourt, Battle of; Brunan- 
burgh. Battle of; Field of the Cloth of 
Gold; Hundred years' war; Magna 
charta; Monmouth's rebellion; Naseby, 
Battle of; Peninsular war; Princes ia 
the Tower; South African war; Spanish 
Armada; Spanish succession, War of 
the; Trafalgar, Battle of; Wars of the 
Roses; Waterloo, Battle of; also Alfred 
the Great; Boadicea; Canute; Carac- 
tacus; Catherine of Aragon; Charles I; 
Charles II; Cromwell, Oliver; Edward 
I; Edward V; Edward VI; Edward, the 
Black Prince; Edward, the Confessor; 
Grey, Jane, lady; Harold II; Henry II; 
Henry IV; Henry V; Henry VI; Henry 
VIII; James II; John; Kitchener, Lord; 
Margaret of Anjou; Matilda of Flan- 
ders; Maud; Montfort, Simon de; Rich- 
ard I; Richard II; Richard III; Vic- 
toria; Warwick, Earl of; William I, the 
Conqueror; William III; William IV; 
William of Orange, called the Silent; 
Wolsey, Thomas, cardinal 

History — Plays 
Macdonell, A. Historical plays for chil- 
dren. 8v 1910 (6-8) 

H istory — Poetry 
Bates, K. L., and Coman, K., comps. 
English history told by English poets. 
1902 (7-8) 
Gayley, C: M., and Flaherty, M. C, 
comps. Poetry of the people. 1903 
(7-8) 

Industries and resources 
Blaich, L. R. 
In Three industrial nations, p34-100 
(6-8) 

Kings 
Carter, T: T. Shakespeare's stories of 
the English kings. 1910 (6-8) 

See also England — History; also names, 
of kings, as Edward I 
Painting 
See Painting, British 
Parliament 
King, C: F. Parliament houses 
In Picturesque geographical readers, v6,. 
pl5l-5 (6-7) 

Social conditions 
Blaich, L. R. Political and social con- 
ditions in the United Kingdom 
In Three industrial nations, pIOl-7 
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England — Continued 

Social life and customs 
Andrews, J. Story of Wulf, the Saxon 
boy; Story of Gilbert, the page; 
Story of Roger, the English lad 

In Ten boys, pllS-92 (3-5) 
Mansfield, B. M. Our little English 

cousin. 1905 (5-6) 
Stories 
Goldsmith, O. Vicar of Wakefield (8) 
Kipling, R. Puck of Pook's Hill (6-8) 
Lucas, E: V. Slowcoach (6-8) 
Smith, N. A. Three little Marys (5-6) 
Yonge. C. M. Daisy chain (7-8) 
Yonge, C. M. Heir of RedclifTe (8) 

stories (Early England) 
Hentv, G: A. Beric the Briton (6-8) 
Henty. G: A. Dragon and the raven 

(6-8) 
Henty, G: A. Wulf the Saxon [Norman 

conquest] (6-8) 
Kingslev, C: Hereward, the Wake (8) 
Lytton.'E: G: E. L. Harold, the last of 

the Saxon kings (8) 
Masefield, J: Book of discoveries (6-8) 
Tappan, E. M. In the days of Alfred 

the Great (6-8) 
Tappan. E. M. In the days of William 

the Conqueror (6-8) 

stories (12th century) 
Gilliat, E: Forest outlaws (4-6) 
Gilliat, E: In Lincoln green (4-6) 
Gilliat, E: Wolf's head (4-6) 
Scott, W. Ivanhoe (7-8) 
Zollinger, G. Rout of the foreigner (6-8) 

stories (13th century) 
Yonge. C. M. Prince and the page (6-7) 
Zollinger, G. Boy's ride (6-7) 

stories (14th century) 
Doj^Ie, A. C. White company (8) 
Henty, G: A. St. George for England 

[Cressv and Poitiers, 1346-1356] (6-8) 
Stoddard, W: O. With the Black Prince 

(6-7) 
Yonge, C. M. Lances of Lynwood (7-8) 

stories (15th century) 
Henty, G: A. At Agincourt (6-8) 
Lytton. E: G: E. L. Last of the barons 

(8) 
Pyle, H. Men of iron (6-8) 
Yonge, C. M. Caged lion (7-8) 

stories (16th century) 
Clemens, S: L. Prince and the pauper 

(6-7) 
Kingsley, C: Westward ho! (8) 
Leighton. R. Golden galleon [reign of 

Elizabeth] (6-7) 
Scott, W. Kenilworth (7-8) 
Tappan, E. ^T. In the days of Queen 

Elizabeth (6-8) 
Yonge. C. M. Armourer's prentices (7-8) 

stories (17th century) 
Blackmore, R: D. Lorna Doone (8) 
Dix, B. M. Little captive lad (7) 
Dix, B. M. Merrvlips (5-6) 
Dovle, A. C. Micah Clarke (8) 



DuBois, M. C. Elinor Arden, royalist 

(6-8) 
Hall, R. In the brave days of old (6-7) 
Henty, G: A. Friends though divided 

[civil war] (6-8) 
Henty, G: A. When London burned 

[great fire, 1666] (6-8) 
Marryat, F: Children of the New Forest 

[civil war] (7-8) 
Masefield, J: Martin Hyde, the duke's 

messenger (7-8) 
Yonge, C. M. Stray pearls (7-8) 

stories (18th century) 
Henty. G: A. Bravest of the brave; or, 

With Peterborough in Spain (6-8) 
Scott, W. Rob Roy (8) 

stories (19th century) 
Tappan, E. M. In the days of Queen 

Victoria (6-8) 
England's story. Tappan, E. M. 

English, Thomas Dunn 

(comp.) Boy's book of battle Ivrics. 1895 
Harper $2 (6-8) 

"Poems celebrating some notable event in 
American history." Wis. 

English fairy book. Rhys, E. 
English fairy tales. Jacobs, J., ed. 
English fairy tales. Rhys, G. and E., eds. 
English historv story-book. Blaisdell, A. F. 
and Ball. F. K. 

English history told by English poets. 
Bates, K. L., and Coman^ K., comps. 

English language 

Arnold, S. L., and Gilbert, C: B., eds. 
English language 
In Stepping stones to literature, v4, 
p79-83 (4) 
Houghton, R: Glory of the English 
tongue; poem 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v5, 
p280-l (6-7) 

English literature 

Kirkland, E. S. Short history of English 
literature. 1892 (7-8) 

Marks, J. A. Early English hero tales. 
1915 

Marshall, H. E. English literature for 
boys and girls. 1909 (5-8) 

Parrott, J. E. Pageant of English liter- 
ature. 1915 (7-8) 

Richardson, A. S. Stories from old Eng- 
lish poetry (7-8) 

Wright, H. C. Children's stories in Eng- 
lish literature. 2v 1889 (7-8) 

See also Authors, English; Ballads 
Collections 

Norton, C: E., ed. Heart of oak books, 
v5-7 (6-8) 

Scudder, H. E., ed. Children's book. 1910 
(3-8) 

English literature for boys and girls. Mar- 
shall, H. E. 
English poetry. See Poetry 

English voyages of adventure and discov- 
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Enterprise (ship) 

Blaisdell, A. F., and Ball, F. K. Enter- 
prise and the Boxer 
/;; Heroic deeds of American sailors, 
p88-95 (5-8) 
Enterprise of the Mayflower. See Macdon- 
ell, A. Historical plays for children, v4 
L'Envoi. Kipling, R. 

In Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 
p376 (5-7) 
Epaminondas 
Church, A. J: 
In Pictures from Greek life and story, 
p3O7-20 (7-8) 
Epitaph on a hare. Cowper, W: 

In Scudder's Children's book, p404 
Ericsson, John 

Faris, J: T. John Ericsson 

In Winning their way, p46-53 (7-8) 
Holland, R. S. John Ericsson 
. In Historic boyhoods, p214-24 (6-8) 
Morris, C: John Ericsson, the inventor 
of the "Monitor" 
In Heroes of progress in America, p296- 
300 (7-8) 
Porter, D: Man who made the Monitor 
In Hart and Stevens's Romance of the 
civil war, p347-52 (6-8) 
Ericsson, Leif 

Johnston, C: H. L. Our little viking 

cousin of long ago. 1916 (5) 
Tappan, E. M. Leif Ericsson, the dis- 
coverer 
In Old world hero stories, pt2, p94-8 
(6-8) 
Erie, Lake, Battle of, 1813 

Hart, A. B., and Chapman, A. B., eds. 
Perry's victory 
In How our grandfathers lived, p241-2 
(6-8) 
Johonnot, J., ed. Perry and Lake Erie 

In Stories of our country. pl77-86 (4-6) 
Taylor, Captain. Battle of Lake Erie 
In Hart and Chapman's How our grand- 
fathers lived, p248-9 (6-8) 
See also Perry, Oliver Hazard 
Erie canal 

Coe, F. E. Building of the Erie canal 

In Makers of the nation, p241-5 (4-6) 
Faris. J: T. When the canal was in its 
glory _ 

In Real stories from our history, pl54- 
60 (6-8) 
Foote, A. E.. and Skinner, A. W. Erie 
canal — Clinton's great work 
In Makers and defenders of America, 
p2 19-23 (4-8) 
McMaster, J: B. Opening of the Erie 
canal 
In World's story, vl3, pl81-2 
Stone, G. L., and Fickett, M. G. A canal 
journey 
In Days and deeds a hundred years 
ago, p94-102 (5-6) 
See also Clinton, De Witt 
Erik the Red. Leif the Lucky, and other 
pre-Columbian discoverers of America. 
Moosmiiller, O. 



Escapes 

Booth, W: S., ed. Wonderful escapes by 

Americans. 1913 (6-8) 
Brififault, F. T. Escape of Louis Na- 
poleon from the fortress of Ham 
In Children's hour, v8, p291-307 (2-8) 
Famous adventures and prison escapes of 

the civil war (6-8) 
Whiteing, R: Baron Trenck. 1746-1763 
In Children's hour, v8, p423-55 (2-8) 
See' also Adventure 
Eskimo stories. Smith, M. E. E. 
Eskimo twins. Perkins, L. F. 

Eskimos 

Andrews, J. Agoonack, the Esquimau 
sister 

In Seven little sisters, p9-22 (3-4) 
Andrews, J. Story of Agoonack 

In Each and all, pi -22 (3-4) 
Bartlett, L. 

In. Strong's All the year round, v2, 
p59-66 (3-4) 
Chamberlain, J. F. Northern neighbors 

In How we are clothed, pl2-20 (4-5) 
Chamberlain, J. F. Sheltered by snow 

In How we are sheltered, pl2-19 (4-5) 
Chamberlain, J. F. Travel in Eskimo 
land 

In How we travel, p97-108 (4-5) 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: Land of 
the Eskimos 

In North America, p271-9 (5-7) 
Chance, L. M. Ikwa 

In Little folks of many lands, p23-36 

(2-4) ^ , . 

Douglass, W: Esquimaux and their 
children 
In Hart and Hill's Camps and firesides 
of the revolution, p76-80 (6-8) 
Du Puy, W: A. Teaching the children of 
the snows 
In Uncle Sam, wonder worker, pll4-24 
(7-8) 
Eskimos and their ways 

In World's story, v8, p455-64 
King. C: F. Cold country 
In Picturesque geographical readers, vl, 
pl77-98 (3) 
Miller, O. T. More half-frozen babies: 
the little Eskimo 
In Little people of Asia, p281-95 (3-5) 
Mott, S. M., and Dutton, M. B. In 
Eskimo land with Hans 
In Fishing and hunting, p7-42 (1-2) 
Murdoch, J: Alaska Eskimo houses 
/;;, Lane's W'ide world, pi 14-22 

Our countrv: West, p26-30 (4-6) 
Peary. J. D. Children of the Arctic. 

1903 (3-5) 

Peary, J. D. Snow baby. 1902 (2-4) 
Peary R. E. and M. A. Snowland folk. 

1904 (4-5) 

Perkins, L. F. Eskimo twins (3-4) 
Scandlin, C. Hans the Eskimo. 1903 

(3-4) 
Schwatka, F: Children of the cold. 1902 

(4-6) 



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Eskimos— Coiiti)iiied 

Schwatka, F: Play of Eskimo boys 
In Lane's Strange lands near home, 
p 120-6 (5-6) 
Shaw, E: R: Greenland 
In Big people and little people of other 
lands, p62-9 (3-4) 
Smith, M. E. E. Eskimo stories (2-3) 
Starr,' F: Peoples of North America: 
Eskimo 
In Strange peoples, p6-12 (5-6) 
Wade, M. H. B. Our little Eskimo 
cousin. 1902 (4-6) 

See also Alaska; Arctic regions; 
Greenland; Labrador 
Stories 

Foulke, E. E. 

In Braided straws, p79-86 (2-3) 
Munroe, K. Snow-shoes and sledges 

(5-7) 
Packard, W. Young ice whalers (7-8) 

Essays 

Mabie, H. W., ed. Essays that every 

child should know. 1908 (7-8) 
Warner, C: D. A-hunting of the deer, 
and other essays (7-8) 
Essays that every child should know. :Ma- 

bie, H. W., ed. 
Essex (ship). See Porter, David 

Etching 

Kelley, L. E. Etching 
In Three hundred things a bright girl 
can do, p359-63 (7-8) 

Ethical stories. See Conduct — Stories 

Ethics. See Character; Conduct 

Ethics for children. Cabot, E. L. 

Etiquette. See IManners 

Eton college 

Gray, T: Ode on a distant prospect of 
Eton college 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p268-72 (7-8) 

Etwas von den wiirzelkindern. Olfers, S. v. 

Eugenie, empress of France 

Farmer, L. H. Empress Eugenie 
In Girls' book of famous queens, p447- 
77 (7-8) 

Europa's fairy book. Jacobs, J. 

Europa's wedding journey 

In Carpenter's Long ago in Greece, 
pl71-9 

Europe 

Biography 
Birkhead, A. Heroes of modern Europe. 
1913 (7-8) 

See also names of individuals 
Description and travel 
Carpenter, F. G: Europe. 1902 (5-8) 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: Europe. 

1912 (5-7) 
Coe, F. E. Modern Europe (5-7) 
King, C: F Roundabout rambles in 
northern Europe. 1898 (7-8) 



Stockton, F. R: Personally conducted. 
1899 (6-7) 

Winslow, I: O. Europe. 1910 (4-6) 
See also names of European countries 
Description and travel — Stories 

Alcott, L. M. Shawl-straps (5-6) 

Coolidge, S. What Katy did next (6-8) 
History 

Atkinson, A. AL Introduction to Amer- 
ican history: European beginnings. 1914 
(6-7) 

Benezet, L. P. Story of the map of Eu- 
rope. 1916 

Birkhead, A. Heroes of modern Europe. 
1913 (7-8) 

Dale, L. Stories from European history. 

1910 (5-6) 

Froissart, J. Boys' Froissart. 1879 (7-8) 
Gordv, W. F. American beginnings in 

Eufope. 1912 (6-8) 
Johonnot, J., ed. Stories of other lands 

(4-6) 
Tappan, E. M. Old world hero stories. 

1911 (6-8) 

Terry, A. G., ed. History stories from 
other lands. 1915 (2-8) 

See also Battles; Crusades; European 
war, 1914- ; Middle ages; Naval battles; 
Thirty years' war 

Industries and resources 
Allen, N. B. Industrial studies: Europe. 
1913 (5-8) 

Social life and customs 
Northern Europe (5-7) 
European beginnings of American history. 

Atkinson, A. M. 
European hero stories. See Tappan, E. M. 
Old world hero stories, pt2 

European war, 1914- 

Benezet, L. P. Story of the map of Eu- 
rope. 1916 
Jonckheere, R. 

In When I was a bov in Belgium, 
pl24-53 (7-8) 

Evangeline. Longfellow, H: W. 
Evans, Lawton Bryan, and others 

Farm life readers; books four and five. 
1913 Silver bk4 *45c, bk5 *50c (4-6) 

"Selections in prose and poetry. Compilers are 
Southern educators, one of them being also spe- 
cial agent of the United States department of ag- 
riculture." Pittsburgh 

Evans, Robley Dunglison 

Codd, M. J. With Evans to the Pacific. 
1909 (6-8) 

Evening tales. Ortoli, F: 
Evenings at home. Aikin, J:, and Barbauld, 
A. L. A. 

Everett, Edward 

Washington's character 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p321-3 (7-8) 

Biography 
Baldwin, J. Speaking a piece 
In Fifty famous people, pl4-17 (1-3) 



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155 



Everett, Edward — Continued 
Poetry 

Parsons, T: W. Everett 

/?j Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 
p250 (5-7) 
Everglades 

Williams, M. B. Florida everglades 
/;; Our country: East, p96-100 (4-6)_ 
Stories 
Dimock, A. W. Be prepared (6-8) 
Dimock, A. W. Dick in the Everglades 

(5-8) 
Munroe, K. Canoemates (5-7) 

Evermann, Barton Warren. See Jordan, 

D: S., jt. auth. 
Every boy's book of handicraft, sports and 

amusements. Eraser, C. C. 
Every boy's book of hobbies. Bullivant, 

C. H: 
Every child should knovi^ series 

Bacon, M. S. H. Songs that every child 

should know 
Burt, INI. E., ed. Poems that every child 

should know 
Doubleday, N. B. D. Birds that every 

child should know 
Mabie, H. W., ed. Essays that every 

child should know 
— Fairy tales every child should know 
— Famous stories every child should 

know 
— Heroes every child should know 
— Legends that every child should know 
— Myths that every child should know 
— and Stephens, K., eds. Heroines that 

every child should know 
Rogers, J. E. Earth and sky every child 

should know 
— Trees that every child should know 
— Wild animals every child should know 
Stack, F. W. Wild flowers every child 

should know 
Thompson, J. M. Water wonders every 

child should know 
Every child's library 

Cartwright, T:, ed. Brave Beowulf 
— One for Wod and one for Lok 
— Seven champions of Christendom 
Everybody's St. Francis. Egan, M. F. 
Every day life in the colonies. Stone, 

G. L., and Fickett, M. G. 
Everyday birds. Torrey, B. 

Ewald, Carl 

Two-legs. Scribner *$1 (4-6) 

"Fairy tale, describing how the first man made 
use of the animals, one after another, till he be- 
came master of them all." N. Y. state lib. 

Ewing, Mrs. Juliana Horatia (Gatty) 

Benjy in Beastland; adapted 

In Wiggin and Smith's Story hour, p72- 
82 (2-4) 
Brownies. Macmillan *$1 
— Same, and other stories. Burt *40c 
Daddy Darwin's dovecot. Crowell 35c; 

Gorham *25c (5-6) 

"A little workhouse boy, through his love for 
animals, finds a home and afterwards becomes 
master of Daddy Darwin's dovecot." Pittsburgh 



Flat iron for a fartliing. ]\Iacmillan *$1; 
Little *8Uc; Gorham *25c (4-5) 
"How an English boy and two little girls be- 
come friends while buying flat-irons." Pittsburgh 
Great emergency, and other tales. Mac- 
millan *$1; Little *80c; Gorham *25c 
(4-5) 

The other tales are: A very ill-tempered fam- 
ily; Our field; Madam Liberality 

Jackanapes. Gorham *25c; Heath 20c 
(5-6) 

"A pathetic story of a true hearted boy who 
dies in battle to save the life of a comrade." 
Wis. 
— Same 

In Children's hour, vlO, p96-135 
— Same, and other stories. Dutton (Ev- 
eryman's lib.) *40c; lib binding *50c 

"Good cheap edition of this classic. Printed 
in larger type and on heavier paper than many 
of the Everyman's library and illustrated with 
many drawings by Randolph Caldecott and Dora 
Curtis." A. L. A. bkl. 

— Same, Daddy Darwin's dovecot, and 
The story of a short life. Little *50c 

Jan of the windmill. Macmillan *$1; 
Gorham *25c (4-5) 

"How a boy brought up as a miller's son be- 
came a distinguished painter." Pittsburgh 

Lob Lie-by-the-fire. Macmillan *$1; 
Gorham *25c (3-5) 

"Adventures and pranks of a 'North Countrie' 
brownie." Pittsburgh 

— Same, The brownies, and other tales. 

Little *50c (3-5) 
Mary's meadow, and Letters from a little 

garden. Gorham *25c (4-6) 
— Same, and other tales of fields and 
flowers. Macmilan *$1 

"The other tales are: Letters from a little gar- 
den, Garden lore. Sunflowers and a rushlight, 
Dandelion clocks. The trinity flower. Ladders to 
heaven. An attractive edition, similar in make- 
up to others of the author's works in this series, 
and illustrated with 80 delicately colored plates 
by M. V. Wheelhouse." A. L. A. bkl. 

■ — Same, Snap-Dragon, Dandelion clocks, 
and other stories. Little *80c 

Six to sixteen; a story for girls. Mac- 
millan *$1; Little *80c; *50c; Gorham 
*32c (6-7) 

"English soldier's daughter in India and in 
England. Army life and school life." N. Y. 
city- 
Story of a short life. Educational 25c; 
Gorham *25c; Heath 20c (5-7) 

"A pathetic and yet a courage-inspiring story 
of a boy who fought a battle 'a kingly crown to 
gain.' " Prentice and Power 

Excavating machinery 

Bond, A. R. Kelly's gasolene elephant 
In On the battle front of engineering, 
pl58-73 (7-8) 
Sec also Dredging 
Execution of Montrose. See Aytoun, W: E. 
Experimental science. Hopkins, G: M. 
Exploration. See Africa; America — Dis- 
covery and exploration; Explorers 

Explorers 

Bolton, S. K. Famous voyagers and ex- 
plorers. 1893 (7-8) 

Clay, O. Treasure finders. 1914 (5-7) 

Faris, J: T. 

In Winning their way, p85-116 (7-8) 

Grifiis, W: E. Romance of discovery 
(7-8) 



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Explorers — Continued 

Hakluyt, R: Boys' Hakluyt. 1909 (6-8) 

Hale E: E., ed. Stories of discovery. 
1905 (6-8) , . 

Higginson, T: W. Young folks book ot 
American explorers. 1898 (6-8) 

Horton, E. Frozen North. 1904 (6-7) 

IngersoU, E. Early voyages and explora- 
tions 
In Book of the ocean, p39-105 (6-8) 

Jenks, T, Boy's book of explorations. 
1900 (6-8) 

Johnson, W. H. World's discoverers. 
1900 (7-8) 

Kingsley, N. F. Four American explor- 
ers. 1902 (4-5) 

Luther, A. V. Trading and exploring. 
1912 (4-5) 

Shaw, E: R: Discoverers and explorers. 
1900 (4-6) 

Synge, M. B. Book of discovery. 1912 

Verne, J. Famous travels and travelers 
(7-8) 

Verne, J. Great explorers of the 19th 
century (7-8) 

Verne, J. Great navigators of the 18th 
century (7-8) 

See also America — Discovery and ex- 
ploration; Arctic regions; also Balboa; 
Cabeza de Vaca. Alvar Nufiez; Bar- 
ents, Willem; Cabot, John; Cartier, 
Jacques; Champlain, Samuel de; Clark, 
George Rogers; Columbus, Christopher; 
Coronado, Francisco Velasquez de; 
Cortes, Hernando; Drake, Sir Francis; 
Ericsson, Leif; Franklin, Sir John; Fre- 
mont, John Charles; Gama, Vasco da; 
Greely, Adolphus Washington; Henne- 
pin, Louis; Hudson, Henry; Joliet, 
Louis; Lewis and Clark expedition; 
Livingstone, David; Magellan, Ferdi- 
nand; Marquette, Jacques; Pike, Zebu- 
Ion Montgomery; Pizarro, Francisco; 
Polo, Marco; Ponce de Leon, Juan; 
Soto, Hernando de 
Stories 

Kingsley. C: Westward ho! (8) 
Explorer's adventures in Tibet. Landor, 

A. H: S. 
Explorers and founders of America. Foote, 

A. E., and Skinner, A. W. 
Explorers and settlers. Barstow, C: L., ed. 
Explosives 

Williams. A. 
In Wonders of modern invention, pll7- 
20 (7-8) 
See also Dynamite 

Express 

Tappan, E. M. How freight and express 
are managed 
In Travelers and traveling, p40-3 (5-6) 

Extinct animals. See Animals — Extinct; 
Fossils 

Extinct animals. Lankester, E. R. 
Eyck, Hubert van 
Clement, C. E. 
In Stories of art and artists, pl59-62 
(7-8) 



Eye spy. Gibson, W: H. 
Eyebright. Coolidge, S. 
Eyes 

Brearley, H. C. Eyes 
In Animal secrets told, pl-21 (6-8) 
Eyes and no eyes. See Aikin, J: 
Ezra Jordan's escape. Kaler, J. O. 



Fabius Maximus Verrucosus, Quintus 

Dalkeith, L. Of Fabius Maximus 

In Stories from Roman history, p33-40 
(4-5) 
Plutarch. Fabius 

In Clough's Plutarch's Lives, pl71-210 
Plutarch. From the Life of Quintus Fa- 
bius Maximus 

In White's Bovs' and girls' Plutarch, 
p396-7 
Plutarch. Man who waited 

In Gould's Children's Plutarch; tales 
of the Romans, p30-8 
Fable, Leonard 

Gingerbread man; rhymes; pictured by 

Willy Pogany. 1915 McBride *50c (2-3) 
Fables 

Baldwin, J. Fairv stories and fables re- 
told (2-3) 
Bidpai. Tortoise and the geese, and 

other fables of Bidpai; retold by Maude 

Barrows Dutton (3-4) 
Bryce. C. T. Fables from afar. 1910 (3) 
Carrick, V. Still more Russian picture 

tales. 1915 
Davis, M. H., and Chow-Leung. Chinese 

fables and folk stories. 1908 (4-6) 
Grover. E. O. Folk lore readers, bkl 

(1-3) 
Haaren, J: H:. comp. Rhvmes and fables 

(1-2) 
Jataka tales; retold by E. C. Babbitt 

(2-4) 
Jerrold, \Y. C, ed. Big book of fables 

(2-5) 
Johonnot, J., ed. 

In Grandfather's stories, p7-19 (3-4) 
La Fontaine, J. de. Fables; choisies pour 

les enfants et illustrees par Boutet de 

]\Ionvel 
La Fontaine, J. de. Fables, rendered into 

English prose by F. C. Tilney 
Lansing, M. F., comp. Quaint old stories 

to read and act 
Norton, C: E., ed. Heart of oak books, 

v2 (2-3) 
Scudder, H. E., comp. Book of fables 

In Children's book, pl-20 (2-5) 
Scudder, H. E., ed. Book of fables and 

folk stories (3-4) 
Turpin, E. H: L., ed. Classic fables (1-3) 
Wiggin, K. D. S., and Smith, N. A., eds. 

Talking beasts (3-6) 
Young, E. F., and Field, W. T.. eds. 

Young and Field literary readers, v2, 

1916 
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157 



Fables from afar. Bryce, C. T. 
Fabricius, Caius 
Plutarch. Noble character of Caius Fabri- 
cius 
In White's Boys' and girls' Plutarch, 
p393-5 

Factories 

Keller, A. G., and Bishop, A. L. Factory 
system in the manufacture of cloth 
In Commercial and industrial geogra- 
phy, p266-90 (7-8) 

Faerie queene. See Spenser, E. 

Fairbanks, Harold Wellman 

Home geography for primary grades. 

1903 Educational 60c (3-4) 
Stories of the rocks and minerals for the 

grammar grades. 1903 Educational 60c 

(7-8) 

" 'Stories' is somewiiat misleading. Directly 
instructive, in simple style." N. Y. state lib. 

Western United States: a geographical 
reader. 1904 Heath *65c (6-8) 

"Striking and interesting physical features and 
chapters on the history, exploration, and re- 
sources." Oregon 

Fairchild, David Grandison, and Fairchild, 
Mrs. Marian Hubbard Bell 
Book of monsters. 1914 National geogra- 
phic soc, 16th & M sts., Washington, 
D. C. $2 (4-5) 

"Pictures of spiders and insects as they appear 
under the microscope, together with some descrip- 
tive text." Cleveland 

Fairchild family. Sherwood, M. M. B. 

Fairford, Ford 

Cuba. (Peeps at many lands) 1913 Mac- 
millan *60c (6-7) 

"Rather uninterestingly written book which con- 
tains much information, specially about tobacco 
raising, cigar making, bananas, pineapples and 
sugar. It shows the influence of the United 
States in helping establish a strong form of gov- 
ernment there. Will be more useful for refer- 
ence and supplementary reading than as a travel 
book." A. L. A. bkl. 

Newfoundland. (Peeps at many lands) 
1912 Macmillan *60c (6-7) 

"Account of Newfoundland's industries and 
history, with chapters on the Newfoundland dog, 
the perils of the sea, and the lives and adven- 
tures of sailors and fishermen." Pittsburgh 

Fairies 

Weatherly, F: E: Book of gnomes (1-2) 

See also Brownies; Fairy tales 

Plays 
See Fairy tales — Plays 
Poetry 
Bellamy, B. W., and Goodwin, M. W., eds. 
Fairy folk and fable 
III Open sesame, vl, p239-61 (3-5) 
Noyes, A., comp. Magic casement. 1909 
Shakespeare, W: Over hill, over dale 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v3, 
pl40-l (3-4) 

Fairport nine. See Brooks, N. Boys of 
Fairport 

Fairs 

Beard, L. and A. B. How to get up a 
girls' fair 
In Things worth doing, pl78-93 (6-7) 



Beard, L. and A. B. How to make at- 
tractive booths at a fair 
In American girl's handy book, p413-27 
(5-7) 
Fairy book. Clarke, R. S. 
Fairy book. Craik, D. M. M. 
Fairy bride. O'Conor, N. J. 
Fairy changeling. Spofford, H. E, P. 
Fairy-gold. Rhys, E., ed. 
Fairy life. Haaren, J: H:, comp. 
Fairy minstrel of Glenmalure. See Leamy^ 

E. 
Fairy operettas. Richards, L. E. H. 
Fairy plays for children. Goodlander, M. R. 
Fairy reader. Baldwin, J. 
Fairy ring. Wiggin, K. D. S., and Smithy 

N. A., eds. 
Fairy ship. See Crane, W., il. This little 

pig picture book 
Fairy stories and fables retold. Baldwin, J. 
Fairy tale plays. Merington, M. 
Fairy tale plays and how to act them. Bell, 

F. E. E. O. 
Fairy tales 

Alcott, L. M. Lulu's library, v2 (3-4) 
Alden, R. M. Why the chimes rang (2-4) 
Andersen, H. C. Fairy tales 

For editions of Andersen's Fairy tales, see 
Andersen, H. C. 

Arabian nights' entertainments 

For editions of Arabian nights, see Arabian 
nights' entertainments 

Asbjornsen, P: C. Fairy tales from the 
far North (4-6) 

Asbjornsen, P: C. Norse fairy tales; tr. 
by G: W. Dasent (5-6) 

Aspinwall, A. Echo-maid, and other sto- 
ries (4-5) 

Aulnoy, M. C. J. de B. Fairy tales; tr. 
by J. R. Blanche (4-6) 

Bain, R. N. Cossack fairy tales and folk 
tales (4-6) 

Baldwin, J. Another fairy reader. 1908 
(2-3) 

Baldwin, J. Fairy stories and fables re- 
told (2-3) 

Baldwin, J. Second fairy reader (2-3) 

Ballard, S., tr. Fairy tales from far Japan 

Barrie, J. M. Peter and Wendy (3-6) 

Barrie, J. M. Peter Pan in Kensington 
gardens (3-6) 

Bay, J. C, comp. Danish fairy and folk 
tales (3-5) 

Bland E. N. Phoenix and the carpet 
(4-6) 

Bland, E. N. Story of the amulet (5-6) 

Brock, H: i\I., il. Book of fairy tales 

(1-4) 
Brown, A. F. Flower princess (3-5) 
Brown, A. F. Star jewels, and other 

wonders (4-5) 
Brown, A. F., and Bell, J. M. Tales of 

the red children (4-6) 
Browne, F. Granny's wonderful chair 

and its tales of fairy times (4-5) 
Burgess, G. Lively city o' Ligg (4-5) 
Carroll, L: Alice's adventures m Won- 
derland (4-6) 



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-Fairy tales — Coniimicd 

Carroll, L; Through the looking-glass 

(4-6) 
Carrj^l, C: E: Admiral's caravan (4-5) 
Carryl, C: E: Davy and the goblin 

(3-5) 
Colum, P. King of Ireland s son 
Compton, M. American Indian fairy 

tales 
Coussens, P. W., comp. Child's book of 

stories. 1911 (3-6) 
Craik, D. M. M. Adventures of a 

brownie (3-5) 
Craik, D. M. M. Fairy book (4-5) 
Crothers, S: M. Miss Mufifet's Christmas 

party (5-6) 
Cruikshank, G:, ed. Cruikshank fairy 

book (2-3) 
Curtin, J. Fairy tales of eastern Europe 

(3-5) 
Darton, F. J. H. Wonder book of beasts 

(5-7) 
Dasent, G: W. East o' the sun and west 

o' the moon, and other Norse fairy tales 
Dickens, C: Magic fishbone (5-6) 
Djurklou, N. G. Fairy tales from the 

Swedish (4-6) 
Dole, N. H., comp. and tr. White duck- 
ling, and other stories (4-6) 
Elias, E. L. . Cinderella; retold in story 

and rh3'me (2-3) 
Ewald, C. Two-legs (4-6) 
Folk stories and fables 

In Children's hour, vl (2-8) 
France, A. Hone3^-bee (3-5) 
Freeman, M. E. W. Little Persian prin- 
cess 

In Young Lucretia, and other stories, 
p85-104 (5-6) 
Freeman, M. E. W. Pot of gold, and 

other stories (5-6) 
Gask, L. Folk tales from many lands 

(3-5) 
Gibbon, J. M., ed. Old King Cole (3-4) 
Graves, A. P., comp. Irish fairv book 

(4-6) 
Grierson, E. W. Children's book of Cel- 
tic stories (4-7) 
Grierson, E. W. Scottish fairy book 

(4-7) 
Griffis, W: E. Unmannerly tiger (4-6) 
Grimm, J. L. K. and W. K. Fairy tales 
For editions of Grimm's Fairy tales, see Grimm, 
J. L. K. and W. K. 

Grundtvig, S. Danish fairy tales (4-6) 
Haaren, J: H:, comp. Fairy life (3-4) 
Harrison, C. C. Old-fashioned fairy book 

(4-5) 
Hays. H. Princess Idleways (3-4) 
Hutchinson, W. M. L. Golden porch 

(3-5) 
Ingelow, J. Mopsa the fairy (3-5) 
Ingelow, J. Three fairy tales (3-5) 
Jacobs, J., ed. Celtic fairy tales (4-5) 
Jacobs, J., ed. English fairy tales (3-5) 
Jacobs, J. Europa's fairy book (4-6) 
Jacobs, J., ed. Indian fairy tales (4-6) 
Jacobs, J., ed. More Celtic fairy tales 

(4-6) 
Jacobs, J., ed. More English fairy tales 

(4-6) 



Johnson, C, ed. Oak-tree fairy book 

(3-5) 
Kennedy, H. A. New world fairy book 

(5-6) 
Kingsley, C: Water-babies 
Kipling, R. Rewards and fairies (6-8) 
Laboulaye, E. R. L. Fairy book (5-7) 
Laboulaye, E. R. L. Last fairy tales 

(5-7) 
Lagerlof, S. O. L. Further adventures 

of Nils (4-5) 
Lagerlof, S. O. L. Wonderful adventures 

of Nils (4-5) 
La Motte-Fouque, Baron de. Sintram and 

his companions (7-8) 
La Motte-Fouque, Baron de. Undine 

(7-8) 
Lang, A., ed. Aladdin and the wonderful 

lamp, and other stories (4-5) 
Lang, A., ed. Blue fairy book (3-5) 
Lang, A., ed. Brown fairy book (4-5) 
Lang, A., ed. Cinderella, and other sto- 
ries (2-3) 
Lang, A., ed. Crimson fairy book (4-5) 
Lang, A., ed. Elf maiden, and other sto- 
ries (3-5) 
Lang, A., ed. Golden mermaid, and other 

stories (3-5) 
Lang, A., ed. Green fairy book (3-5) 
Lang, A., ed. Historj^ of Whittington 

(2-3) 
Lang, A., ed. Jack the giant killer (2-3) 
Lang, A., ed. Little Red Riding Hood 

(2-3) 
Lang, A., ed. Magic ring, and other sto- 
ries (4-5) 
Lang, A., ed. Pretty Goldilocks, and 

other stories' (4-5) 
Lang, A., ed. Prince Darling, and other 

stories (2-3) 
Lang, A., ed. Princess on the glass hill, 

and other stories (2-3) 
Lang, A., ed. Red fairy book (3-5) 
Lang, A., ed. Sleeping beauty (2-3) 
Lang, A., ed. Snow man, and other sto- 
ries (1-2) 
Lang, A., ed. Snow queen, and other 

stories (4-5) 
Lang, A., ed. Violet fairy book (4-5) 
Lang, A., ed. Yellow fairy book (4-5) 
Lansing, M. F., comp. Fairv tales. 2v 

(3-5) 
Lansing, M. F., ed. Rhymes and stories 

(1-2) 
Leamy, E. Fairy minstrel of Glenmalure, 

and other stories for children (4-5) 
Leamy. E. Golden spears, and other 

fairy tales (4-5) 
Lorenzini, C. Pinocchio (3-5) 
Mabie, H. W., ed. Fairy tales every child 

should know (4-6) 
Macdonald, G: At the back of the north 

wind (5-6) 
Macdonald, G: Light princess, and other 

fairy tales (4-6) 
Macdonald, G: Princess and Curdie 

(4-6) 
Macdonald, G: Princess and the goblin 

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Fairy tales — Continued 

Alacdonell, A., comp. Italian fairy 

book (5-7) 
Mace, J. Home fairy tales (4-5) 
MacManus, S., comp. Donegal fairy sto- 
ries (4-6) 
McMurry, L. B., ed. Classic stories for 

the little ones (2-3) 
Meigs, C. Kingdom of the winding road 

(4-6) 
Molesworth, j\I. L. S. Christmas-tree 

land, and Christmas posy (5-6) 
Molesworth, M. L. S. Cuckoo clock 

(5-6) 
Musset, P. E. de. Mr. Wind and Madam 

Rain (4-5) 
Naomi, Aunt. Jewish fairy tales and 

fables (4-5) 
Norton, C: E., ed. Heart of oak books, 

v2-4 (2-6) 
Nyblom, H. Jolly Calle, and other Swed- 
ish fairy tales (4-6) 
O'Shea, M. V., ed. Old world wonder 

stories (2-3) 
Ozaki, Y. T. O., comp. Japanese fairy 

book (4-6) 
Perrault, C: Tales of Mother Goose as 

first collected in 1696; tr. by C: Welsh 

(1-3) 
Phillpotts, E. Flint heart (5-6) 
Polevoi, P. N. Russian fairy tales (4-6) 
Poulsson, A. E. and L. E. Top-of-the- 

world stories (5-8) 
Pyle, H. Garden behind the moon (4-5) 
Pyle, H. Pepper and salt (3-5) 
Pyle, H. Twilight land (4-5) 
Pyle, H. Wonder clock (4-5) 
Pyle, K. As the goose flies (3-4) 
Pyle, K. Christmas angel (3-4) 
Pyle, K. Counterpane fairy (3-4) 
Pyle, K. In the green forest 
Pyle, K. Where the wind blows (4-5) 
Pyle. K. Wonder tales retold (4-5) 
Quiller-Couch, A. T: Sleeping beauty, 

and other fairy tales from the old 

French (3-5) 
Rhys, E. English fairy book (4-6) 
Rhys, E. Fairy-gold (4-6) 
Rhys, G. and E., eds. English fairy tales 

(5) 
Roberts, G: E: T. Flying Plover 
Roberts, T. Red feathers (6-8) 
Ruskin, J: King of the Golden river 

(4-5) 
Schoolcraft, H. R. Indian fairy book 
Scudder, H. E., comp. 

In Children's book, p21-74, 79-133 (2-5) 
Scudder, H. E., ed. Book of fables and 

folk stories (3-4) 
Scudder, H. E., ed. Book of folk stories 

(2-3) 
Segur, S. R. Fairy tales from the French 

(3-4) 
Steele, R., ed. Russian garland of fairy 

tales 
Stockton, F. R: Bee-man of Orn, and 

other fanciful tales (5-6) 
Stockton, F. R: Floating prince, and 

other fairy tales (4-6) 
Stockton. F. R: Queen's museum, and 

other fanciful tales (4-6) 



Stockton, F. R: Ting-a-ling tales (3-6) 
Tappan, E. M., tr. Golden goose, and 

other fairy tales (3-4) 
Tappan, E. M. House with the silver 

door (4-5) 
Thackeray, W: M. Rose and the ring 

(5-7) 
Thomas, W: J. Welsh fairy-book (4-6) 
Thorne-Thomsen, G., comp. and tr. East 

o' the sun and west o' the moon 
Tileston, M. W. F., ed. Children's 

treasure trove of pearls (2-4) 
Underhili, Z. D., comp. Dwarfs' tailor, 

and other fairy tales (4-5) 
Valentine, L. J. Aunt Louisa's book of 

fairy tales (2-4) 
Valentine, L. J. Old, old fairy tales (3-4) 
Welsh, C:, ed. Fairy tales children love 

Wheeler, P. Russian wonder tales (4-6) 
Whitehorn, A. L. Wonder tales of old 

Japan 
Wiggin, K. D. S., and Smith, N. A., eds. 

Fairy ring (3-4) 
Wiggin, K. D. S., and Smith, N. A., eds. 

Magic casements (4-6) 
Wiggin, K. D. S., and Smith, N. A., eds. 

Tales of laughter (4-6) 
Wiggin, K. D. S., and Smith, N. A., eds. 

Tales of wonder (3-6) 
Wilde, O. Fairy tales 

WlUiston, T. P. Japanese fairy tales re- 
told (3-5) 
Wiltse, S. E., ed. Folklore stories and 

proverbs (1-2) 
See also Brownies; Fables; Fairies; 

Folklore; Giants; Legends; Mythology 

Plays 
Bell, F. E. E. O. Fairy tale plays and 

how to act them (4-6) 
Carter, E. H. Christmas candles. 1915 

(5-8) 
De :Mille, W: C. Votes for fairies 

/;; Christmas spirit 
Discontented woodman; one act play 

III Games book for boys and girls, pl45- 
8 (4-6) 
Goodlander, M. R. Fairy plays for chil- 
dren. 1915 (2-5) 
Leamy, E. Fairy minstrel of Glenmalure 

In Liitkenhaus' Plays for school chil- 
dren, pl41-52 (5-8) 
McFadden, E. A. Why the chimes rang. 

1915 . ^ 

Maeterlinck, M. Children's Blue bird. 

1913 
Merington, M. Fairy tale plays. 1916 
Nixon, L. E. Fairy tales a child can read 

and act (2-3) 
O'Conor, N. J. Fairy bride. 1916 
Richards, L. E. H. Fairy operettas. 1916 

(3-6) 
Spofford, H. E. P. Fairy changeling 

(4-5) 
Syrett, N. Six fairy tale plays for chil- 
dren 
Weedon, L. L. Fairies' lesson; a little 
play in three scenes 
In Games book for boys and girls, pl38- 
45 (4-6) 



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Fairy tales— Continued 

White, J. B. Snow-white and the seven 

dwarfs 
Fairy tales a child can read and act. Nixon, 

L. E. 
Fairy tales children love. Welsh, C:, ed. 
Fairy tales every child should know. Mabie, 

H. W., ed. 
Fairy tales from far Japan. Ballard, S., tr. 
Fairy tales from the far North. Asbjorn- 

sen, P: C. 
Fairy tales of eastern Europe. Curtin, J. 
Fairy who judged her neighbors. Inge- 
low, J. 

In Three fairy tales (3-5) 

Faith 

Gatty, M. S. Lesson of faith 

In Boston collection of kindergarten 
stories, pl39-44 
Poulsson's In the child's w'orld, 
p307-12 (1-2) 

Faithfulness 

Cabot, E. L. Hans the shepherd boy; 
Little hero of Haarlem; He that is 
faithful 
In Ethics for children, p84-9, 94-7, 132-5 
(1-6) 
Cabot, E. L., and others 
In Course in citizenship, p20-6, 68-71 

Falconry 

Morris, C: Hawking or falconry 
In Home life in all lands, v3, p309-16 
(6-8) 

Fall. See Autumn 
Fall of the year. See Sharp, D. L. 
Familiar trees and their leaves. Mathews, 
F. S. 

Famous adventures and prison escapes of 
the civil war. Century $1.50 (6-8) 

"Relates the adventures of Mosby's guerillas, 
Colonel Rose's escape by a tunnel from Libby 
prison, the escape of General Breckenridge after 
the evacuation of Richmond and other exciting 
adventures." Cleveland 

Famous American authors. Bolton, S. K. 
Famous American statesmen. Bolton, S. K. 
Famous buildings. Barstow, C: L. 
Famous cavalry leaders. Johnston, C: H. L. 
Famous Indian chiefs. Johnston, C: H. L. 
Famous Indian chiefs I have knoAvn. 
Howard, O. O. 

Famous leaders among men. Bolton, S. K. 

Famous leaders among women. Bolton, 
S. K. 

Famous men of Greece. Haaren, J: H:, 
and Poland, A. B. 

Famous men of modern times. Haaren 
J : H :, and Poland, A. B. 

Famous men of Rome. Haaren, J- H- and 
Poland. A. B. , J ■, u 

Famous men of the middle ages. Haaren 

J: H:, and Poland, A. B. 
Famous pictures. Barstow, C: L. 



Famous privateersmen and adventurers of 
the sea. Johnston, C: H. L. 

Famous scouts. Johnston, C: H. L. 
Famous stories every child should know, 
Alabie, H. W., ed. 

Famous travels and travelers. Verne, J. 
Famous voyagers and explorers. Bolton, 
S. K. 

Fanciful tales. Stockton, F. R: 

Fancy dress. See Costume 

Fancy. work. See Beadwork; Crocheting; 

Draw-n work; Embroidery; Knitting; 

Lace 

Fans 

Beard, L. and A. B. How to make a fan 
In American girl's handy book, pl77-84 
(5-7) 

Faraday, Michael 

Bolton, S. K. Alichael Faraday 

In Lives of poor boys who became 
famous, p96-lll (7-8) 
Paris, J: T. Michael Faraday 

In Winning their way, plO-16 (7-8) 
Fournier d'Albe, E. E: 
In Wonders of physical science, pl59- 
69 
Wright, H. C. Faraday and the produc- 
tion of electricity by magnetism 
In Children's stories of the great sci- 
entists, p226-37 (6-7) 

Faris, John Thomson 

Real stories from our history. 1916 Ginn 
*60c (6-8) 

"Forty-three stories, drawn in many cases from 
original sources. Vivid and interesting pictures 
of. colonial life and pioneer days and ways." Pub- 
Winning their way. 1909 Stokes $1.50; 
(Library for young people) 50c (7-8) 

"Short accounts of the lives of 48 inventors, 
scientists, explorers, industrial leaders, army and 
navy men, statesmen, authors and religious work- 
ers, emphasizing the qualities that led to suc- 
cess and usefulness. For some of _ the subjects 
there is no material in book form suitable for the 
children's room." A. L. A. bkl. 

Farm book. Smith, E. B. 
Farm life. See Country life; Farming 
Farm life readers. Evans, L. B., and others 
Farm produce 

Rocheleau, W: F. Great American indus- 
tries. v2. 1906 (5-7) 

Farm spies. Conradi, A. F:, and Thomas, 
W. A. 

Farm that Jack built. Stoddard, W: O. 
Farmer, Florence Virginia 

Nature nij-ths of many lands. Am. bk. 
*45c (2-5) 

"Tales from American, Asiatic and European 
sources, many of which are not found elsewhere 
in this form." A. L. A. bkl. 

Farmer, Mrs. Lydia (Hoyt) 

Bovs' book of famous rulers. 1906 Crow- 
ell 75c (7-8) 

From Agamemnon to Napoleon 
Girls' book of famous queens. 1906 Crow- 
ell 75c (7-8) 
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161 



Farmer went trotting upon his grey mare 
In Caldecott's Collection of pictures and 
songs, v2 
Caldecott's Panjandrum picture book 
Caldecott's Picture book, v4 

Farmer's boy 

III Caldecott's Collection of pictures and 
songs, vl 
Caldecott's Picture books, v2 

Farming 

Conradi, A. F:, and Thomas, W. A. Farm 

spies. 1916 (6-8) 
Du Puy, W: A. Combing the world for 
new crops 
In Uncle Sam's modern miracles, pl55- 
68 (8) 
Johnson, V. E: Electro-culture 

In Modern inventions, p252-9 (8) 
Keffer, C: A. Nature studies on the farm. 

1907 (5-7) 
Marriott, C. Uncle Sam, farmer; Uncle 
Sam, stockman; Uncle Sam, seedsman 
In Uncle Sam's business, p229-40, 246-9 
(7-8) 
Morris, C: Farm and its products 
In Home life in all lands, vl, p254-68 
(6-8) 
Mowry, W: A: and A. M. Cultivated 
foods 
In American inventions and inventors, 
pl04-30 (5-8) 
Rolt-Wheeler, F. W: Boy with the U. S. 

explorers (6-8) 
Sanford, A. H. Story of agriculture in 

the United States. 1916 
Stoddard, W: O. Farm that Jack built 

(6-8) 
Tappan, E. M. Farmer and his friends. 
1916 (5-6) 

See also Agricultural machinery; 
Agricultural pests; Bees; Butter; Cat- 
tle; Cheese; Corn; Cotton; Country 
life; Cows; Farm produce; Flax; Fruit; 
Gardening; Grain; Harvesting; Haying; 
Horses; Lambs; Milk; Pigs; Poultry; 
Ranch life; Rice; Sheep; Soils; Sugar; 
Tobacco; Tomato clubs; Vegetables; 
Wheat 

Stories 
Gates, E. Biography of a prairie girl 

(8) 
Hopkins, W: J: Sandman: his farm sto- 
ries (2-4) 
Hopkins, W: J: Sandman: more farm 

stories (2-4) 
Smith, E. B. Farm book (2-4) 
Verrill, A. H. Uncle Abner's legacy 
Sec also Countrj^ life — Stories 

Faroe islands 

Browne, J. R. Faroe islands 
In Johonnot's Geographical reader, 
p220-2 (7-8) 
Kellogg, E. M. C. 

In Australia and the islands of the 
sea, pl37-41 (6-7) 
Wisby, J. H. 

Ill Northern Europe, pl-10 (5-7) 



Farragut, David Glasgow 

Young Farragut's command 

In Hart and Stevens's Romance of the 
civil war, pl77-9 (6-8) 
Biography 
Barnes, J. Midshipman Farragut. 1896 

(6-7) 
Beebe, M. B. .Story of Admiral Farragut 
In Four American naval heroes, pl33-92 
(4-6) 
Bodder, C: H. Story of Farragut 
In Civil war stories, retold from St. 
Nicholas, p88-103 (5-6) 
Bolton, S. K. David Glasgow Farragut 
In Lives of poor boys, who became 
famous, p219-37 (7-8) 
Choate, J. H. Farragut 
In Stevenson's Days and deeds: prose, 
p284-7 (5-7) 
Paris, J: T. 

In Winning their way, pl71-9 (7-8) 
Foote, A. E., and Skinner, A. W. Ad- 
miral Farragut and the work of the 
navy 
In Makers and defenders of America, 
_ p288-94 (4-8) 
Frothingham, J. P. 
In Sea fighters from Drake to Farragut, 
p335-96 (7-8) 
Mahan, A. T. Admiral Farragut (8) 
Morris, C: David Glasgow Farragut, 
America's first great admiral 
In Heroes of the navy, p273-85 (6-8) 
Mowry, W: A: and A. M. David G. Far- 
ragut 
In First steps in the history of our 
country, p273-9 (4-5) 
Newbolt, H: J: Adventures of David 
Farragut 
In Book of the blue sea. p271-307 (6-8) 
Roosevelt, T. Farragut at IMobile bay 
In Lodge and Roosevelt's Hero tales 
from American history, p303-22 
(7-8) 
Sweetser. K. D. David Farragut, the boy 
midshipman 
In Ten boys from history, pl79-93 (6-8) 
Poetry 
Meredith, W: T. Farragut 

In Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 
p251-2 (5-7) 
Farrington, Margaret Vere 

Tales of King Arthur and his knights of 
the Round Table. Putnam *$1.25 (3-5) 

"It is suggested that the teacher supplement 
this simple version of the Arthurian legends by 
reading aloud to the children selections from Mac- 
leod's 'Book of King Arthur.' Lanier's 'Boy's 
Mabinogion' and Tennyson's 'Idylls of the king.' " 
Pittsburgh 

Farthest North. Nansen, F. 

Fast friends. Trowbridge, J: T. 

Fast mail. Drysdale, W: 

Fate of the children of Lir. See Children 
of Lir 

Father Damien. See Damien, Joseph, Fa- 
ther 

Favorite Greek myths. Hyde, L. S. 

Fawn. See Deer 



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Fearless trio. See Boyesen, H. H. Against 

heavy odds 
Feathers 

Carpenter, F, G: , o-,^ ^n 

In How the world is clothed, pz24-4U 
(4-5) 
Gould, A. W. How Mother Nature 
clothes the birds 
In Mother Nature's children, p89-96 
(5-6) 
Feats on the fiord. Martineau, H. 

February 

Poetry 

Gilmore, A. N. February 

In Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 

p368 (5-7) 

Symonds, J: A. In February 

In Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 

p368 (5-7) 

Feejee islands. See Fiji islands 

Feet 

Brearley, H. C. Feet 
In Animal secrets told, pl63-91 (6-8) 

Felicia. Gould, E. L. 
Felicia visits. Gould, E. L. 
Felicia's friends. Gould, E. L. 
Fencing 

Kelley, L. E. 
In Three hundred things a bright girl 
can do, p392-415 (7-8) 
Fenollosa, Mrs. Mary (McNeil) 

Blossoms from a Japanese garden; a book 
of child-verses. 1913 Stokes *$1.50 

"Chiefly about children and flowers. Pictures 
in color by Japanese artists of the kindly Arne-ya, 
who models queer animals of clay, of miniature 
gardens, the mist elves, a typhoon, etc." Pitts- 
burgh 

Ferdinand V, king of Castile 

Farmer, L. H. Ferdinand V of Spain 
In Boys' book of famous rulers, p266-90 
(7-8) 
Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Ferdi- 
nand of Aragon 
In Famous men of modern times, p31-9 
(4-6) 

Fernando, prince of Portugal 

Lang, L. B. Constant prince 
In Red book of heroes, pl09-34 (7-8) 

Femley house. Richards, L. E. H. 
Ferns 

Parsons, F. T. S. D. How to know the 
ferns. 1899 (7-8) 

Ferrets 

Comstock, A. B. 

In Pet book, pl26-31 (5-8) 
Du Puy. W: A. Hunting rats in the 
White House 
In Uncle Sam, wonder worker, pl48-57 
(7-8) 
Monteith. J: and C. A detective in fur— 
the ferret 
In. Some useful animals, pl45-9 (2-3) 

Ferryman, Augustus Ferryman-Mockler-. 

See Mockler-Fcrryman, Augustus Fer- 
ryman- 
Festival plays. Merington, M. 



Feudal system 

Griffis, W: E. 

In Brave little Holland, p64-71 (7-8) 
Scott, W. Feudal system and the Norman 
conquest 
In Tales of a grandfather (7-8) 
Tappan, E. M. Country life in the days 
of the Plantagenets 
In World's story, v9, p380-92 

See also Chivalry; Europe; Middle 
ages 

stories 

Bouvet, M. M. Sweet William (4-5) 
Scott, W. Ivanhoe (7-8) 

Fibers 

Allen, N. B. Flax and other fibers, and 
the countries which produce them 
In Industrial studies: Europe, p42-71 
(5-8) 
Rogers, J. E. Fibre plants 

In Book of useful plants, p303-29 

See also Cotton; Flax; Hemp; Linen; 
Silk; Wool 

Fickett, Mary Grace. See Stone, G. L., jt. 
auth. 

Field, Cyrus West 

]\Iorris, C: Cyrus W. Field, the designer 
of the Atlantic cable 
In Heroes of progress in America, 
plS3-8 (7-8) 

Field, Eugene 

Eugene Field book; ed. by M. E. Burt, 
and M. B. Cable. 1898 Scribner *50c 
(4-5) 

"Contains the best of Field's poems for chil- 
dren, several stories and letters, and his autobiog- 
raphy." N. Y. citj- 

Eugene Field reader; ed. by Alice L. Har- 
ris. 1905 Scribner Holiday ed *50c; 
school ed *40c (1-3) 

Love-songs of childhood. 1894 Scribner 
*$1 (3-5) 

Lullaby-land: songs of childhood; selected 
by Kenneth Grahame; il. by Charles 
Robinson. Scribner *$1.35 (3-4) 

Poems of childhood; il. in color by Max- 
f^eld Parrish. 1896 Scribner *$2.25 
(3-5) 

Slumber songs 

In Young and Field literary readers, v3, 
pi 78-84 

Springtime 
In Skinner's Emerald story book, p32-40 
(5-7) 

With trumpet and drum. 1892 Scribner 
*$1 (3-5) 

"More child poems, grave and gay, lullabies 
of different lands, etc." N. Y. city 

Field, Jessie, and Nearing, Scott 

Community civics. 1916 Macmillan *60c 
"Instructive textbook and reader for children 
in rural schools and in small towns. It aims to 
teach citizenship throueh a willingness and abil- 
ity 'to take part intelligently in the affairs of 
one's own community.' Illustrated with photo- 
graphs." Wis. bul. 

Field, Walter Taylor 

(tr.) Laboulaye, E. R. L. Quest of the 
four-leaved clover (8) 
See also Young, E. F., jt. ed. 



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Field and forest handy book. See Beard, 

D. C. New ideas for out of doors 
Field book of American wild flowers. 

Mathews, F. S. 
Field of the Cloth of Gold 

Brooks, E. S. Story of the Field of the 
Cloth of Gold 
hi Chivalric days, pl69-236 (6-7) 
Guerber, H. A. Field of the Cloth of 
Gold 
In Story of the English, p207-10 (5-6) 
Masson, G. Field of the Cloth of Gold 

In World's story, v9, p445-50 
Morris, C: 
In Historical tales: English, p201-14 
(7-8) 
Nelson, R. B. Field of the Cloth of Gold 
hi Stories of chivalry, retold from St. 
Nicholas, p75-84 (5-8) 
Pitman, L. W. Chenonceaux and Cham- 
bord 
hi Stories of old France, pl05-15 (6-7) 
Warren, H: P., ed. 
hi Stories from English history, pl79- 
82 (5-7) 
Fields, James Thomas 
Owl critic 
hi Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v5, p29-32 
Johonnot's Glimpses of the animate 

world, p240-3 
Lucas's Book of verses, p98-100 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v4, 
p51-3 
Fife and drum at Louisbourg. Oxley, J. M. 
Fifteen decisive battles of the world. 

Creasy, E: S. 
Fifty common birds of farm and orchard. 

U. S. — Agriculture, Department of 
Fifty famous people. Baldwin, J. 
Fifty famous stories retold. Baldwin, J. 
Fighting. See Battles; War 
Fighting a fire. Hill, C: T. 
Fighting for the flag series. See Norton, 

C: L. 
Figs 

Carpenter, F. G: Dates and figs 

hi Foods. p285-7 (5-6) 
Hodgens, E. In the fig country 
In Lane's Under sunny skies, p88-98 
(5-7) 
Figure drawing for children. Rimmer, C. H. 

Figwort 

Gibson, W': H. Homely weed with in- 
teresting flowers 
In Eye spy, p28-33 (6-8) 
Figyelmessy, Mrs. Eliza Haldeman 

Two boys in the tropics. Macmillan 
*$1.35; (Juvenile lib.) *50c • (5-8) 

"Two American children go in a small sailing 
vessel to British Guiana, where they live for a 
time the life of the tropics. Contains many 
anecdotes of Sapajou the monkey, an ant-eater, a 
sloth and other queer animal pets. Author lived 
for many years in British Guiana." Pittsburgh 

Fiji islands 

Carpenter, F. G: Fijis and other British 
possessions of the Pacific 
In Australia, etc., pi 11-19 (6-7) 



Kellogg, E. M. C. 
In Australia and the islands of the sea, 
p392-6 (6-7) 
Starr, F: Melanesians 
In Strange peoples, pl63-71 (5-6) 
Filles et gargons. France, A. 
Finance. See United States — Finance 
Finch, Francis Miles 
Nathan Hale; poem 
hi Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, v2, p44-7 
Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 

p262-4 
World's story, vl2, p508-10 
Finches 

Westell, W. P. Foreign finches 
In Boys' book of pets, plS7-99 

Findelkind. De la Ramee, L. 
In Bimbi . 

Fine arts. See Art 
Finger plays 

Beard, L. and A. B. Finger-plays for lit- 
tle folks 
In Indoor and outdoor recreations for 
girls, p273-87 (6-7) 
Poulsson, E. Finger plays (1-2) 

Finger plays. Poulsson, E. 

Finland 

Starr, F: Finns 

In Strange peoples, p47-53 (5-6) 
Thomson, M. P. Finland. 1909 {6-7) 

Folklore 
Baldwin, J. Sampo (6-8) 

Finn, Francis James 

Best foot forward, and other stories. Ben- 
ziger 85c (5-6) 

Contains also: The king of the college; Looking 
for Santa Claus; One step and then another; The 
boy who knew it all 
Claude Lightfoot. Benziger 85c 
Percy Wynu; or. Making a boy of him. 

Benziger 85c 
That football game, and what came of it. 

Benziger 85c (5-6) 
Tom Playfair; or. Making a start. Ben- 
ziger 85c 

Finn and his warrior band. Mackenzie, 
D. A. 

Finnemore, John 

England. (Peeps at many lands) 1908 
Macmillan *60c (5-8) 

"Informing and interesting; with twelve good 
colored illustrations." A. L. A. bkl. 

France. (Peeps at many lands) 1907 

Macmillan *60c {6-7) 
Germany. (Peeps at history) 1913 
Macmillan *60c (7-8) 

"A brief summary of events, from the earliest 
times to the present." A. L. A. bkl. 
Holy Land. (Peeps at many lands) 
1906 Macmillan *60c (5-8) 

"Well written and altogether the best book on 
the Holy Land for children." A. L. A. bkl. 
India. (Peeps at many lands) 1907 
Macmillan *60c (5-8) 

"Describes Bombay, life in the villages and 
cities of the various provinces, the lofty Hi- 
malayas, and the jungles. Colored illustrations by 
Mortimer Mempes." A. L. A. bkl. 



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Finnemore, John— Continued 

Italy. (Peeps at many lands) IW/ 
Macmillan *60c (5-8) 

"Contains general information about the coun- 
try and the people, also chapters on the lakes 
and their environment, the Lombard plain, lus- 
cany and Florence, Rome, Naples. Vesuvius and 
Sicily." A. L. A. sup. ,^,^ ^r -i 

Japan. (Peeps at history) 1912 ^^lacmil- 
lan *60c (7-8) . . ,• . 

"Clear, direct, admirably condensed outline ot 
Japanese history, as interesting to adults as to 
older children. For very young readers the un- 
necessarily painful chapter on the persecution 
of seventeenth-century native Christians is regret- 
table. The seven full-page color drawings, in 
Japanese fashion, are exceptionally attractive.' 
A. L. A. bkl. 
Japan. (Peeps at many lands) 1907 
Macmillan *60c (5-8) 

"Boy and girl life, games, feast-days, the occu- 
pations of a Japanese day, the police, and the 
soldier, are told about in an entertaining manner. 
Eight plates in color." Arnold 

Morocco. (Peeps at many lands) 1908 
Macmillan *60c (5-8) 

"Country, government, people and customs are 
pleasantly described." A. L. A. bkl. 

Short history of German3^ 1915 Macmil- 
lan *60c (7-8) 

"Reprint from plates of his 'Germany' in Peeps 
at history series, published 1913-" N. Y. state 
lib. 
Story of Robin Hood and his merry men. 
(Color books for boys and girls) Mac- 
millan *$1.50 (5-7) 

"A spirited, well told version that can be rec- 
ommended next to Howard Pyle's. Wholly with- 
out sentimentality and truer to the spirit of the 
woods than Tappan's or Creswick's." A. L. A. 
bkl. 
Switzerland. (Peeps at many lands) 

1908 Macmillan *60c (5-8) 
Wolf patrol. Macmillan *$1.50 (7-8) 

"Experiences of five English boys, who formed 
the 'Wolf patrol' and adopted General Baden- 
Powell's nine rules that make up the 'Scout law' 
in his 'Scouting for boys.' A good, wholesome 
English "=tory, full of adventure and inculcating 
the merits of courage, kindliness, resourcefulness, 
etc." A. L. A. bkl. 

Finsen, Niels Ryberg 

Riis, J. A: Niels Finsen, the wolf-slayer 
In Hero tales of the far North, p305-28 
• (7-8) 
Fir trees 

Sec also Tree planting 
Stories 
Andersen, H. C. Fir-tree 

in Boston collection of kindergarten 
stories, pl59-66 
Dickinson and Skinner's Children's 

book of Christmas stories, p6-18 
^lacDonald and Blaisdell's Child 

life, v3, pi 19-28 
McMurry's Classic stories for the lit- 
tle ones, p43-5l 
Scudder's Children's book, pl67-72 
Strong's All the year round, v2, p50-5 
Smith, N. A. Story of the forest 
In Wiggin and Smith's Story hour, 
pl46-55 (2-4) 

Firdausi 

Story of Rustem, and other Persian hero 
tales from Firdusi, by Renninger, E. D. 
Scribner *$1.50 (6-8) 

Wilmot-Buxton, E. M. Stories of Per- 
sian heroes. 1908 (6-7) 



Fire 

Carpenter, F. G: 
In How the world is housed, p257-70 
(5-7) 
Chamberlain, J. F. Fire and its uses 

In How we are sheltered, pl50-6 (4-5) 
Mowry, W: A: and A. M. Fire 
In American inventions and inventors, 
pll-16 (5-8) 
Stone, G. L., and Fickett, M. G. Kindling 
a fire 
In Daj's and deeds a hundred years ago, 
pl03-ll (5-6) 
See also Fire boats; Fire service 
Stories 
Baldwin, J. Story of Prometheus: how 
fire was given to men 
In Old Greek stories, pl4-17 (3-5) 
Cooke, F. J. Secret of fire; How the 
spark of fire was saved; Prometheus 
In Nature myths, p61-5, 79-82, 92-6 (2-4) 
Holbrook, F. How fire was brought to 
the Indians 
In Book of nature myths, p36-42 (2-3) 

Fire boats 

Downes, A. M. The fire-boats 
In Fire fighters and their pets, p69-82 
(5-7) 

Fire engines (toys) 

Adams, J. H: Fire-engines and trucks 
In Harper's outdoor book for boys, 
pl91-200 (5-8) 
Beard. D. C. How to build a fire engine 
In Handicraft for outdoor boj's, p84-93 
New ideas for out of doors, p84-93 
(6-8) 

Fire fighters and their pets. Downes, 
A. M. 

Fire service 

Cabot, E. L., and others 

In Course in citizenship, pl54-60 (1-8) 
Crump, I. Boys' book of firemen. 1916 

(7-8) 
Downes, A. M. Fire fighters and their 

pets. 1907 (5-7) 
Dunn, A. W: How the community aids 
the citizen to protect his life and prop- 
erty 
/;; Community and the citizen, p71-5 
(6-8) 
. Hill, C: T. Fighting a fire (5-7) 
— Same [excerpt] ; with title Risks of a 
fireman's life 
In Cabot's Ethics for children, pl85-8 
Children's hour, v7, p274-90 
Jenks, T. Fireman. 1911 (6-8) 
Jewett, F. G. Fires 

In Town and city, p68-77 (7-8) 
Johnston, W: A. Fighting forest fires; 
Fire-fighting sailors; Fireman 
/;/ Deeds of doing and daring, p29-43, 
219-30, 278-89 (6-8) 
Kenlon, J: Fires and fire-fighters. 1913 

(6-8) 
Mofifett, C. The fireman 
In Careers of danger and daring, p209- 
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165 



Fire service — Continued 
Mowry, W: A: and A. AI. 
In American heroes and heroism, p94- 
103, 147-50 (5-7) 
Richman, J., and Wallach, I. R. 

In Good citizenship, p7-54 (5-8) 
Riis, J. A. Firemen 
In Coe's Heroes of everyday life pl04- 
23 (6-8) 
Whitman, W. Dying fireman 

In Coe's Heroes of everyday life, pl24 
(6-8) 

Stories 
Kaler, J. O. Amateur fireman (5-6) 

Fireflies 

Andrews, J. Hidden light 

In Stories Mother Nature told her 
children, pi 15-18 (3-5) 
Mcllvaine, C: Fireflies 

Iji Outdoors, indoors, and up the chim- 
nev. pl31-7 (5-7) 
Weed, C. M. The firefly 

In Stories of insect life, v2, pl4-17 
(4-5) 

stories 
Lane, M. A. L. and M., eds. The fireflies 
In All the year round, v4, p81-3 (3-4) 

Fireman. Jenks, T. 
Firemen. See Fire service 

Fires 

Jevi^ett, F. G. Fires 

In Town and city, p68-77 (7-8) 
Kenlon, J: Fires and fire-fighters. 1913 

(6-8) 
See also Chicago fire; Fire boats; Fire 

service; Forest fires; London fire, 1666; 

Prairie fires; San Francisco, California 

— Earthquake and fire 

Fires and fire-fighters. Kenlon, J: • 

Fireworks 

Hall. A. N. Suggestions for Fourth of 
July 
In Boy craftsman, p272-80 (6-8) 
Marshall, E: Making of fireworks 
In Lane's Industries of to-day, pl05-10 
(5-6) 
First across the continent. Brooks, N. 

First aid in illness and injury 

Beard. L. and A. B. Accidents 

In On the trail, p244-54 (6-8) 
Grinnell, G: B.. and Swan, E. L., eds. 
In case of illness or accident 
In Harper's camping and scouting, 
p287-97 (6-8) 
Gulick. C. E. V. Emergencies. 1909 

(5-8) 
Lynch, C:. and others. First aid and life 
saving 
In Boy scouts of America. Official 
handbook, p279-321 (6-8) 
O'Shea, M. V., and Kellogg, J: H. Com- 
mon accidents 
In Health and cleanliness, p270-89 (5-8) 
Seton, E. T. Health and woodland medi- 
cine 
In Book of woodcraft, p305-18 (6-8) 



Verrill, A. H. 

In Boys' outdoor vacation book, p60-81 
(5-8) 
See also Life-saving 
First base Faulkner. Mathewson, C. 

First book in American history. Eggles- 
ton, E: 

First book in geology. Shaler, N. S. 
First book of birds. Miller, O. T. 
First book of forestry. Roth, F. 
First book of photography. Claudy, C. H: 
First Christmas tree. Van Dyke, H: 
First history of France. Creighton, L. v. G. 
First lessons in United States history. 
Channing, E. 

First lessons with plants. Bailey, L. H. 

First steps in the history of our country. 
Mowry, W: A: and A. M. 

First studies of plant life. Atkinson, G: F. 

Fish 

Baskett, J. N. Story of the fishes. 1899 

(5-7) 
Beard, D. C. Back-yard fish-pond 

In Jack of all trades, p48-53 (5-7) 
Carpenter, F. G: Fish in general; Sal- 
mon; Oysters; etc. 
In Foods, pl53-90 (5-6) 
Carpenter, F. O. Fish and sea food 

In Foods and their uses, pl26-35 (5-8) 
Comstock, A. B. 

In Pet book, p224-45 (5-8) 
Duncan, F. M. Some fishes of the pool 

In Seashore, p232-46 (5-8) 
Duncan, F. M. and L. T. 

In Dwellers in the rockpools, p24-64 
(5-8) 
Duncan, F. M. and L. T. Life in the deep 

sea. 1913 (5-8) 
Hornaday, W: T. Fishes 

In American natural history, p376-436 
(7-8) 
Johonnot; J., ed. Higher life in waters 
In Glimpses of the animate world, p91- 
100 (6-7) 
Johonnot. J. Shiny tenants of brook and 
pond; Finny tribes of lake and sea 
In Neighbors with wings and fins, p212- 
29 (3-5) 
Jordan, D: S.. and Evermann, B. W. 
American food and game fishes. 1902 
(8) 
Miller, a. T. 
In Little folks in feathers and fur, 
p288-314 (3-5) 
Pliny. Natural historv of fishes 
In White's Boys' and girls' Pliny, pl21- 
79 (7-8) 
Poulsson. E. Fishes 

In In the child's world. p239-52 (1-2) 
Richards, L. E. H. Visit to the tame 
fishes 
In Four feet, two feet and no feet, p63-4 
(2-4) 
Verrill. A. H. Fish that walk and fly 
In Harper's book for young naturalists, 
pl37-44 (6-8) 



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Fish —Continued 
Wright, J. M. 
In Seaside and wayside, v3, p218-52 
(4-5) 
See also Aquariums; Fisheries; Fish- 
ermen; Fishing; Goldfish; Sea food; 
also names of fishes 

Fish-hawks. See Hawks 

Fisher, Mrs. See Buckley, Arabella Burton 

Fisher, Mrs. Dorothea Frances (Canfield) 

Understood Betsy. Holt *$1.35 

Fisheries 

Allen, N. B. Fisheries 

In Industrial studies: United States, 
p287-319 (5-8) 
Blaich, L. R. Fisheries of the United 
States 
In Three industrial nations, p244-56 
(6-8) 
Chamberlain, J. F. Fishing industry 
In How we are fed, p54-63 (4-5) 
Chase, A., and Clow, E. Fish 

In Stories of industry, v2, pll4-24 (5-7) 
Coe, F. E. Newfoundland fisherman's 
life 
In Our American neighbors, pl5-25 
(4-6) 
Ingersoll, E. Fishing and other marine 
industries 
In Book of the ocean, p231-48 (6-8) 
King, C: F. Catching cod, herring, mack- 
erel and seals 
In Picturesque geographical readers, v2, 
pi 77-88 (4) 
Ormsbee, A. B. Maryland fishing-farms 

In Our country: East, pl70-3 (4-6) 
Putnam, G. B. Cod and cod fishing 
In Lane's Industries of to-day, pl-11 
(5-6) 
See also United States — Fisheries bu- 
reau 

Fishing 

Adams, J. H: Fishing-tackle 

In Harper's outdoor book for bovs, 
pl44-76 (5-8) 
Beard, D. C. 
In American boy's handy book, p28-43, 
86-94, 296-304, 386-88 (5-7) 
Beard, D. C. 

In Outdoor handy book, pll5-48 (5-7) 
Beard, D. C. Odd modes of fishing 
In Beard's American boy's handy book, 
p29-32, 297 
Thompson's Boys' book of sports, 
pl71-3 (6-7) 
Ellis, C: Winter-fishing on Saginaw bay 

In Our country: East, pl6-19 (4-6) 
Eraser, C. C. Fishing 

In Every boy's book of handicraft, 
sports and amusements, p387-98 
(6-8) 

Grinnell, G: B., and Swan, E. L., eds. 
In Harper's camping and scouting. p87- 
180 (6-8) 



Hitchcock, R. Fly-fishing for trout; A 
royal fish 
In Thompson's Boys' book of sports, 
pl49-69 (6-7) 
Keene, J: H. Boy's own guide to fishing, 

tackle-making and fish-breeding 
Miller, C. H. 
In Outdoor sports and games, pl25-43 
(6-8) 
Miller, W. H. Angling for boys 
In Boys' book of hunting and fishing, 
p21-56 
Roorbach, J. O. Fish-spearing through 
the ice 
In Thompson's Boys' book of sports, 
p320-5 (6-7) 
Thompson, jM. Fly-fishing for black bass 
In Boys' book of sports, pl41-8 (6-7) 

Stories 
Duncan, N. Adventures of Billy Top- 
sail (6-7) 
Kipling, R. Captains courageous (6-8) 
Munroe, K. Dorymates (5-7) 
Stoddard, W: O. Dab Kinzer (5-7) 

Fishing and hunting. Mott, S. i\I., and 
Dutton, M. B. 

Fiske, John 

Civil government in the United States, 
new ed 1904 Houghton *$1 (7-8) 

"Attractively written elementary account, de- 
scriptive and historical." L. A. H. 

History of the United States. 1907 
Houghton *$1 (7-8) 

"From earliest times to 1894. Excellent out- 
line for schools, with brief suggestions for col- 
lateral reading and questions." N. Y. state lib. 
How the United States became a nation. 
1904 Ginn *90c: school ed *5pc (7-8) 
"From the adoption of the constitution to the 
end of the civil war." N. Y. city 

War of independence. Houghton *75c; 
*60c; *40c (8) 

"More a study of causes and effects than an 
account of battles." Pittsburgh 

Biography 
Wright, H. C. John Fiske 

In Children's stories in American lit- 
erature, v2, p251-64 (7-8) 

Fitzgerald, Edward 

Shah Mahmud's luck 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p275-8 (7-8) 

Fitzpatrick, Sir James Percy 

Jock of the Bushveld. Longmans *$1.60; 
abridged ed *90c; *50c (7-8) 

"Adventures of a remarkable dog, giving a 
faithful picture of the heroic days of the Bush- 
veld and of South Africa, the country, natives 
and animal life." A. L. A. bkl. 

Five little Peppers abroad. Sidney, M. 

Five little Peppers and how they grew. 
Sidney, M. 

Five little Peppers and their friends. Sid- 
ney, M. 

Five little Peppers at school. Sidney, AL 

Five little Peppers grown up. Sidney, M. 

Five little Peppers in the brown house. 
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167 



Five little Peppers midway. Sidney, M. 

Five little strangers and how they came to 
live in America. Schwartz, J. A, 

Five minute stories. Richards, L. E. H. 

Flag day 

Schautifier, R. H., ed. Flag day. 1912 

(5-8) 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
Flag day 
In Days and deeds: verse, pl51-62 
(5-7) 

Flag on the hilltop. Earle, AI. T. 

Flags 

Beecher, H: W. American flag 

In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v7, p226-8 (7) 
Blaisdell, A. F., and Ball, F. K. Our na- 
tion's flag 
In Short stories from American history, 
p 122-9 (4-6) 
Brooks, E. S. Flag of the Union 
In Century book for young Americans, 
pl77-89 (5-6) 
Dole, C: F. Summary: the flag 

In Young citizen, pl90-4 (5-7) 
Garrison, W. P. The flag 

In Parables for school and home, p73-9 
(6-7) 
Gould, F: J. Saluting the flags 

In Heroes of peace, pllO-17 (5-8) 
Holden, E: S. Our country's flag and 
the flags of foreign countries. 1898 

Horsford, I. AI. Betsey Ross and our flag; 
Birthday of our flag 
In Stories of our holidays, p65-8, 97-100 

Jewett, S. O. First salute to the flag 
In World's story, vl2, p568-71 

IMcFadden, P. Origin of our flag 
In Barstow's Colonists and the revolu- 
tion, p225-30 (4-8) 

Ross, G: A. Old glory. 1913 

Schauffler, R. H., ed. Flag day. 1912 

(5-S) n • ,. 

Smith, N: Our nations flag m history 

and incident. 1903 (5-7) 
Stars and stripes; A story of the flag 

In Our holidays, pl95-204 (4-6) 
Sumner, C: National flag 

In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, v2, p3-4 (5-6) 

Plays 

Aitken, I. M. Tribute to America 

In Liitkenhaus' Plays for school chil- 
dren, p261-7 (5-8) 

Poetry 
Bennett, H: H. The flag goes by 

In Cabot's Ethics for children, pl21-2 
Riverside readers, v5, pl76-7 
World's story, vl3, p493-4 
Drake, J. R. American flag 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v6, p86-9 
Hart and Chapman's How our 
grandfathers lived, p30O-3 



Key, F. S. Star-spangled banner 
In Barstow's New nation, p68-71 

Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, vl, pl98-200 
Hart and Chapman's How our 

grandfather's lived, p249-51 
Johonnot's Stories of our country, 

pi 87-92 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v4, 

p229-30 
Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 

pl54-5 
World's story, vl3, pl51-2 
Lovejoy, M. I., conip. Our flag; Hurrah 
for the flag 
In Nature in verse, p300-2 (4-7) 
Nesbit, W. D. Song for flag day 

In Young and Field literary readers, 
v3, pl37-8 
Riley, J. W. Name of old glory 

In Riverside readers, v5, p211-13 
Sangster, M. E. Song for our flag 

In Young and Field literary readers, v3, 
pl39 
Schaufiler, R. H., ed. Flag day. 1912 

(5-8) 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
Flag day 
In Days and deeds: verse, pl51-62 
(5-7) 
Wilder, J. N. Stand by the flag! 

In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, v2, p4-5 (5-6) 

Flamingo feather. Munroe, K. 

Flamingoes 

Johonnot, J., ed. Strange birds and their 
ways 
/;;. Glimpses of the animate world, 
p244-7 (6-7) 
Miller, O. T. Standing on his head 
In Little folks in feathers and fur, p89- 
91 (3-5) 

Flamininus, Titus Quintius 

Plutarch. From the Life of Titus Flami- 
ninus 
In White's Boys' and girls' Plutarch, 
p418-19 

Flat iron for a farthing. Ewing, J. H. G. 

Flax 

Carpenter, F. G: Flax. 
In- How the world is clothed, p50-9 
(4-5) 

Rogers, J. E. 

In Book of useful plants, p303-10 
Tappan, E. M. How children raised flax 
In Farmer and his friends, p86-90 (5-6) 
Very, E. Warp and woof. 1912 (6-7) 
See also Linen 

Poetry 
Howitt, M. Flax flower 

In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v3, p97-9 
Poulsson's In the child's world, 
p432-3 



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Flax — Continued 

Stories 

Andersen, H. C. Flax 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v3, p92-6 ^ .,j 

MacDonald and Blaisdell's Child 

life, v3, pi 11-18 
Poulsson's In the child's world, p426- 

32 
Scudder's Children's book, pl72-4 
Bradish, S. P. Story of flax 

hi Stories of country life, po8-b4 (3-4) 

Fletcher, Charles Robert Leslie, and Kip- 
ling, Rudyard 

Ilistorv of England. 1911 Doubleday *$2 
(6-8)" . / .J J, 

"Stirring and spirited narrative, decidedly 
touched with 'jingoism' and entirely too preju- 
diced to serve as dependable history. The inci- 
dental treatment of the American revolution is 
from the Tory standpoint though the reference to 
Washington is kindly. Readers of all ages will 
find the book interesting, and it will stimulate in 
young readers a liking for history. Illustrated 
with IS colored plates, 12 black and white draw- 
ings, 5 maps and 2 additional maps on end pa- 
pers." A. L. A. bkl. 

Fletcher, Robert Howe 

Alarjorie and her papa. Century $1 (2) 
"How they wrote a story and made pictures 

for it." N. Y. city 

Flickers. See Woodpeckers 

Flies 

Bass, F. House fly; Some friends of 
ours 
In Stories of animal life, p60-5 (2-3) 
Coleman, W. AI. Prevention of infection: 
insect carriers 
In Handbook of the people's health, 
pl45-50 (7-8) 
Dawson, J. Bud makes a bargain; Jack 
Simpson 
In Boys and girls of Garden city, p72- 
80, 308-28 (5-7) 
Evans, L. B., and others 

In Farm life readers, bk5, p307-ll (4-6) 
Gibson, W: H. Talking fly 

In Sharp eyes, pl62-4 (7-8) 
Gibson. W: H. Troubles of the house-fly 

In Eye spy, pi 78-84 (6-8) 
Hook, S. L. Troublesome midgets 

In Little people, pi 14-22 (4-5) 
Johonnot, J. Fly and its ways 
In Friends in feathers and fur, pl34-5 
(3-4) 
Lane, M. A. L. and M., eds. Fly's story 
In All the year round, v4, p75-7 (3-4) 

Mcllvaine, C: Study of flies 

In Outdoors, indoors, and up the chim- 
ney, pl23-7 (5-7) 
Morley, M. W. 

In Insect folk, v2, p89-119 (3-4) • 
O'Shea, M. V., and Kellogg, J: H. Dis- 
ease carrier — the house fly 
In Health and cleanliness, pl35-52 (5-8) 
Packard, A. S. Life-history of the house 

fly 
In Weed's Insect world, pl61-7 (5-6) 

Ritchie, J: W. Housefly 

In Primer of sanitation, pl45-50 (5-8) 



Ruskin, J: House fly 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v8, p202-3 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p73-4 (7-8) 
Wright, J. M. 
In Seaside and wayside, v2, p56-73 (3) 

Poetry 

Blake, W: The fly 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v3, 
pl41 (3-4) 
Oldys, W: The fly 
bi Norton's Heart of oak books, v5, 
p288 (6-7) 

stories 
Pierson, C. D. Gossiping fly 
In Among the meadow people, pl56-60 
(3-4) 
Flight of Pony Baker. Howells, W: D. 
Flint heart. Phillpotts, E. 
Flipwing, the spy. Wesselhoeft, E. F, P. 
Floating prince. Stockton, F. R: 
Flodden, Battle of, 1513 
Poetry 
Aytoun. W: E. Edinburgh after Flodden 
field 
/;;. World's story, vlO. p324-9 
Scott, W. Marmion (8) 
Floods. See Johnstown flood 
Floor games. Wells, H. G: 
Florence, Italy 
Stockton, F. R: 

In Personally conducted, plOO-6 (6-7) 

Florida 

Coe, F. E. Gaining of Florida 

In Makers of the nation, p2l7-24 (4-6) 
Wright, H. C. Purchase of Florida 

In (Children's stories of American prog- 
ress, pl45-58 (5-6) 
See also Everglades; Ponce de Leon, 
Juan; Saint Augustine 
Stories 
Munroe, K. Canoemates (5-7) 
]\Iunroe, K. Wakulla (5-6) 
Stockton, F. R: Captain Chap (6-7) 
Stockton, F. R: Jolly fellowship (5-7) 
See also Seminole Indians 
Florida east coast railway 

Bond. A. R. Over the sea by rail 
/;; Pick, shovel and pluck, p9-19 (6-8) 

Flour 

Bradish, S. P. The mills 

/;;. Stories of country life, pl63-70 (3-4) 
Carpenter, F. G: Flour 
In Foods, p37-43 (5-6) 
Keller, A. G., and Bishop, A. L. Manu- 
facture of flour 
In Commercial and industrial geogra- 
phy, pl67-78 (7-8) 
Rocheleau, \Y : F. Milling 
In Great American industries, v2, pl66- 
78 (5-7) 
See also Bread 
Flower guide; wild flowers east of the 
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Plower princess. Brown, A. F. 
Plowers 

Beard, L. and A. B. Wild flowers and 
their preservation 
In American girl's handy book, pl3-26 
(5-7) 
Cabot, E. L., and others 

In Course in citizenship, p43-6 (1-8) 
Doubleday, N. B. D. Nature's garden. 

1900 (6-8) 
Evans, L. B., and others. Flower; Secrets 
of flowers 
In Farm life readers, bk4, p71-80 (4-6) 
Gibson, W: H. Blossom hosts and insect 

guests (7-8) 
Gibson, W: H. Earliest wild flower; 
May-apples and mock May-apples; 
Underground flower, etc. 
In Sharp eyes, p 19-24, 57-64, 135-7, 
226-9 (7-8) 
Hale, G. E. Little flower people (4-5) 
Lounsberry, A. Wild flower book for 

young people. 1906 (5-6) 
Mathews, F. S. Field book of American 

wild flowers. 1902 (7-8) 
Morley, M. W. Flowers and their friends. 

1897 (4-5) 
Parsons, F. T. S. D. 
In Plants and their children, pl87-255 
(4-6) 
Parsons, F. T. S. D. According to season. 

1902 (8) 
Parsons, F. T. S. D. How to know the 

wild flowers. 1900 (7-8) 
Reed, C. A. Flower guide; wild flowers 

east of the Rockies. 1914 
Shaw, E. E. Wild-flower garden 

In Gardening and farming, p336-50 
(6-8) 
Stack, F: W^: Wild flowers every child 

should know. 1909 (6-8) 
Verrill, A. H. Garden ornamental 

In Harper's book for young gardeners, 
pl71-317 (7-8) 
Weed, C. M. Wild flower families. 1908 

(6-8) 
W^right, M. O. Flower market 

In Stories of plants and animals, p92- 
123 (5-6) 
See also Arbutus; Asters; Botany; 
Buds; Buttercups; Chrysanthemums; 
Cornflowers; Daffodils; Daisies; Dande- 
lions; Gardening; Gentians; Geraniums; 
Goldenrod; Hepaticas; Herbariums; 
Hyacinths; Jewelweed; Leaves; Lilacs; 
Lilies; Morning-glories; Nasturtiums; 
Pansies; Paper flowers; Plants; Pollen; 
Poppies; Primroses; Roots; Roses; 
Stems; Sunflowers; Thistles; Tulips; 
Violets; Water lilies; Wax flowers 
Arrangement 
Beard, L. and A. B. How to arrange 
fresh flowers 
In Indoor and outdoor recreations for 
girls, p288-97 (6-7) 
Warner, C. F. Arrangement of flowers 
In Home decoration, p81-94 (6-8) 
Color 
Gibson, W: H. Green pansies 
In Eye spy, p44-52 (6-8) 



Pictures 
Doubleday, N. B. D. Nature's garden. 

1900 (6-8) 
Mathews, F. S. Field book of American 

wild flowers. 1902 (7-8) 
Reed, C. A. Flower guide; wild flowers 
east of the Rockies. 1914 
Poetry 
Baldwin, J., ed. 
In Harper's school speaker, vl, p35-74 
(5-7) 
Bryant, W: C. Death of the flowers 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v5, pl37-8 (5) 
Coates, H: T., comp. Trees and flowers 
In Children's book of poetry, p279-91 
(3-5) 
Jewett, S. O. Discontent 

In Lane's All the year round, v4, p7-8 
Lovejoy's Nature in verse, pl28-9 
Lovejoy, M. L, comp. Nature in verse. 

1895 (4-7) 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
Flower day 
In Days and deeds: verse, pl63-76 
(5-7) 
Whittier, J: G., ed. 

In Child life, p88-97 (5-7) 
Wiggin, K. D. S., and Smith, N. A., eds. 

In Golden numbers, p67-91 (6-8) 
Wiggin, K. D. S., and Smith, N. A., eds. 

In Posy ring, p81-105 (2-5) 
Wordsworth, W: To the small celandine 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
pl3-15 (7-8) 

Stories 

Cooke, F. J. Clytie; Golden-rod and aster 

In Nature myths, p9-15 (2-4) 
Ewing, J. H. G. Mary's meadow (4-6) 
Holbrook, F. How the blossoms came 
to the heather; How flax was given 
to men; Story of the first snowdrops 
In Book of nature myths, pl25-32, 175-9 
(2-3) 
Poulsson, E. What they did 
In In the child's world, p371-3 (1-2) 

Flowers and their friends. Morley, M. W. 
Fly. See Flies 

Fly-aways and other seed travelers. Fultz, 
F. M. 

Flying 

Gould. A. W. 

In Mother Nature's children, pl21-44 
(5-6) 
See also Aeroplanes; Airships; Bal- 
loons; Birds; Hj^droaeroplanes 

Flying boats 

Johnson, \. E: Flying boats 

In Modern inventions, pl28-37 (8) 

Flying Dutchman 

Chapin, A. A. Flying Dutchman 
In Wonder tales from Wagner, p3-32 
(6) 

Frost, W: H: Blood-red sail 
In Wagner story book, pl45-63 (7-8) 

McSpadden, J. W. Flying Dutchman 
In Stories from Wagner, p269-98 (6-8) 



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Flying Dutchman— Co«/nn/^(f 
Scudder, H. E, comp. 

In Book of legends, p46-ol (^-b) 
Flying machines (toys) 
Beard, D. C. 

In New ideas for out of doors, pl4-/4 
(6-8) 
Flying Plover. Roberts, G: E: T. 

Flying trains 

Johnson, V. E: Bachelet levitated rail- 
way or the flying train 
/;;. Modern inventions, p294-306 (8) 
Foa, Eugenie 

Boy life of Napoleon. 189o Lothrop $1.25 
(5-6) 
Folk dances 

Crawford, C. Folk dances and games. 

1908 
On the green 

In Three hundred and one things a 
bright girl can do, p63-83 
Folk dances and games. Crawford, C. 
Folk lore readers. Grover, E. O. 
Folk-songs 

Lefler, H., and Urban, J. Kling-klang 

gloria 
Whitehead, J. B. R., ed. Folksongs and 
other songs for children. 1903 
See also Ballads; Songs 
Folk stories and fables. See Children's hour, 

vl 
Folk tales from many lands. Gask, L. 
Folk tales from the Russian. Blumenthal, 
V. X. K. de 

Folklore 

Baldwin, J. Another fairy reader (2-3) 
Baldwin, J. Fifty famous stories retold. 

1896 (2-4) 
Baldwin, J. Second fairy reader (2-3) 
Brown, A. F. Curious book of birds 

(4-6) 
Crommelin, E. G., ed. Famous legends 

(4-5) 
Darton, F. J. H. Wonder book of old 

romance (6-8) 
Folk stories and fables 

In Children's hour, vl (2-8) 
Fuller, E. Book of friendly giants (3-5) 
Grover, E. O. Folk lore readers (1-3) 
Lansing, M. F., comp. Quaint old stories 

to read and act 
Legends and folk stories 

In Young and Field literary readers, v4, 
pl5-47 
Rabelais, F. Three good giants (4-5) 
Tileston, M. W. F., ed. Children's 

treasure trove of pearls (2-4) 
Wiltse, S. E., ed. Folklore stories and 

proverbs (1-2) 
Young, E. F., and Field, W. T., eds. 

Young and Field literary readers, v2 
See also Ballads; Beowulf; Cid, The; 

Fairy tales; Folk-songs; Kalevala; 

Legends; Alythology; Negroes — Sto- 
ries; Proverbs; Robin Hood; Roland; 

Sagas; Tell, William; Wayland the 

Smith; Wandering Jew 



Arabia 

Arabian nights' entertainments 

For editions of Arabian nights, see Arabian 
nights' entertainments 

Bohemia 

Curtin, J. Fairy tales of eastern Europe 

China 

Davis, M. H., and Chow-Leung. Chinese 

fables and folk stories (4-6) 
Headland, I: T., tr. Chinese Mother 

Goose rhymes (4-5) 
Headland, I: T. Stories told to children 

In Chinese boy and girl, pl63-76 (4-5) 
Denmark 
Bay, J. C, comp. Danish fairy and folk 

tales (3-5) 

England 
Jacobs, J., ed. English fairy tales (3-5) 
Jacobs, J., ed. More English fairy tales 

(4-6) 
Lansing, M. F., ed. Tales of old England 

in prose and verse. 1908 (3-4) 

Finland 

Baldwin, J. Sampo (6-8) 

France 
Ortoli, F: Evening tales (4-6) 
Wilmot-Buxton, E. M. Stories from old 
French romance (8) 
Germany 
Guerber, H. A. Legends of the Rhine 

(7-8) 
Schmidt, F. Gudrun {6-7) 
Schmidt, F. Nibelungs {6-7) 

Great Britain 
Ebbutt, M. L Hero-myths and legends of 
the British race (6-8) 

Hawaiian islands 
Twomblv, A. S. Hawaii and its people. 
1899 (7-8) 

Hungary 

Curtin, J. Fair}^ tales of eastern Europe 
(3-5) 

Iceland 

Anderson, R. B., tr. Viking tales of the 

North 
French, A. Heroes of Iceland (5-7) 

India 
Group of folk-lore stories 

In World's story, v2, p67-79 
Jacobs, J., ed. Indian fairy tales (4-6) 
Kipling, R. Jungle book (4-6) 
Kipling, R. Second jungle book (4-6) 
Steel, F, A. W. Tales of the Punjab 
(6-8) 

Indians of America 

Brooks, D. Stories of the red children 
(2-3) 

Brown, A. F., and Bell, J. M. Tales of 
the red children (4-6) 

Chandler, K. In the reign of Coyote 
(4-5) 

Compton, M. American Indian fairy tales 

Eastman, C: A. Indian boyhood. 1902 
(6-8) 

Eastman, C: A. and E. G. Wigwam even- 
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Folklore — Indians of America — Continued 
Grinnell, G: B. Blackfeet Indian stories. 

1913 (5-7) 
Grinnell, G: B. Blackfoot lodge tales 

(8) 
Hardy, M. E. Little Ta-wish (4-6) 
Hopkins, W: J: Indian book. 1911 

(2-4) 
Judd, M. C., comp. Wigwam stories told 

by North American Indians. 1901 

(4-5) 
Judson, K. B., ed. ]\Iyths and legends of 

the great plains. 1913 (6-8) 
Judson, K. B., ed. jMyths and legends of 

the Mississippi valley and the Great 

lakes. 1914 (6-8) 
Judson, K. B., ed. Myths and legends of 

the Pacific northwest. 1910 (6-8) 
Kennedy, H. A. New world fairy book 

(5-6) 
Linderman, F. B. Indian why stories 
Lummis, C: F. Pueblo Indian folk- 
stories (6-8) 
Nixon-Roulet, J\I. F. Indian folk tales 

(3-5) 
Partridge, E. N. Glooscap the great chief 

(4-6) 
Partridge, E. N. Joyful Star 
Roberts, G: E: T. Flying Plover 
Schoolcraft, H. R. Indian fairy book 
Washburne, M. F. Indian legends (4-5) 
Wilson, G. L. Myths of the red children 

(2-4) 
Zitkala-Sa. Old Indian legends (3-5) 

Ireland 
Colum, P. King of Ireland's son 
Crommelin, E. G., ed. Brian Boru 

/;; Famous legends, p91-8 (4-5) 
Jacobs, J., ed. Celtic fairy tales (4-5) 
Jacobs, J., ed. More Celtic fairy tales 

(4-6) 
MacManus, S., comp. Donegal fairy 

stories (4-6) 
MacManus, S. In chimney corners (5-7) 

Japan 

Ballard, S., tr. Fairy tales from far Japan 
Ozaki, Y. T. O., comp. Japanese fairy 

book (4-6) 
Whitehorn, A. L. Wonder tales of old 

Japan 

Korea 
Grififis, W: E. Unmannerly tiger (4-6) 

Negroes 
Harris, J. C. Daddy Jake, the runaway 

(4-7) 
Harris, J. C. Little Mr. Thimblefinger 

and his queer country (4-6) 
Harris, J. C. Mr. Rabbit at home (4-6) 
Harris, J. C. Nights with Uncle Remus 

(5-8) 
Harris, J. C. Uncle Remus and his friends 

(4-8) 
Harris, J. C. Uncle Remus and the little 

boy (3-4) 
Harris, J. C. Uncle Remus: his songs and 

his sayings (5-8) 

See also Negroes — Stories 



Norway 
Asbjornsen, P: C. Fairy tales from the 

far North (4-6) 
Asbjornsen, P: C. Norse fairy tales; tr. 

by G. W. Dasent (5-6) 
Thorne-Thomsen, G., comp. and tr. East 

o' the sun and west o' the moon, with 

other Norwegian tales (2-5) 

Persia 
W^ilmot-Buxton, E. M. Stories of Persian 

heroes. 1908 (6-7) 
Russia 
Bain, R. N. Cossack fairy tales and folk 

tales (4-6) 
Blumenthal. V. X. K. de. Folk tales 

from the Russian (4-6) 
Carrick, V. More Russian picture tales 
Carrick, V. Picture tales 
Carrick, V. Still more Russian picture 

tales 
Curtin, J. Fairy tales of eastern Europe 

(3-5) 
Dole, N. H., comp. and tr. White duck- 
ling, and other stories (4-6) 
Houghton, L. Russian grandmother's 

Avonder tales (4-5) 
Polevoi, P. N. Russian fairy tales (4-6) 
Steele, R., ed. Russian garland of fairy 

Wheeler, P. Russian wonder tales (4-6) 

Scandinavia 
Thorne-Thomsen, G., ed. Birch and the 
star, and other stories (1-4) 

Scotland 

Grierson, E. W. Scottish fairy book 

(4-7) 
]\Iackenzie, D. A. Finn and his warrior 

band 

Sweden 

Djurklou, N. G. Fairy tales from the 

Swedish (4-6) 

Switzerland 

Guerber, H. A. Legends of Switzerland 

(7-8) 

Wales 

See Arthur, King; Mabinogion 
Folklore stories and proverbs. W'iltse, S. E., 

ed. 
Folksongs and other songs for children. 

Whitehead, J. B. R., ed. 

Following the ball. Dudley, A. T. 
Following the flag. Coffin, C: C. 
Following the guidon. Custer, E. B. 

Food 

Carpenter, F. G: Foods; or. How the 

world is fed. 1907 (5-8) 
Carpenter, F. O. Foods and their uses. 

1907 (5-8) 
Chamberlain, J. F. How we are fed. 
1903 (4-5) ^ ^ 

Coleman, W. M. Pure food and pure food 
laws; Food values and economy in 
food 
III Handbook of the people's health, 
p74-114 (7-8) 



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Food — Coiiiinued 

Gould. A. W. How Mother Nature sets 
the table; Borrowing food from 
others ^„ 

/;; Mother Nature's children, po/-«fc, 
255-32 (5-6) 
Keller, A. G., and Bishop, A. L. 
In Commercial and industrial geogra- 
phy, plOl-82 (7-8) 
Kirby, M. and E. Aunt Martha's corner 

cupboard (3-5) 
Miller, O. T. Eating all over the world 
In Little folks in feathers and fur, 
p355-7 (3-5) 
Morris, C: At the world's dinmg table 
In Home life in all lands, vl, pl3-49 
(6-8) 
Mowrj', W: A: and A. M. Food 
/;; American inventions and inventors, 
p97-140 (5-8) 
Valentine, L. J. Aunt Louisa's book of 
common things (3-4) 

See also Butter; Cheese; Codfish; Cof- 
fee; Cookery; Corn; Crackers; Cran- 
berries; Flour; Food adulteration; 
Fruit; Game; Grain; Macaroni; Milk; 
Mushrooms; Olives; Oysters; Peanuts; 
Raisins; Rice; Sugar; Vegetables; 
Wheat 
Food adulteration 

Marriott, C. Uncle Sam, chemist 
In Uncle Sam's business, p250-3 (7-8) 

Foods; or, How the world is fed. Carpen- 
ter, F. G: 

Foods and their uses. Carpenter, F. O. 
Foot. See Feet 

Football 

Beard, D. C. On the foot-ball field 

In Outdoor handy book, p428-41 (5-7) 
Camp, W. C. Book of foot-ball. 1910 

(6-8) 
Fraser, C. C. 

In Every boy's book of handicraft, 
sports and amusements, p615-27 
(6-8) 
Miller, C. H. How to play football 

In Outdoor sports and games, p267-83 
(6-8) 
Withington, P., ed. 

In Book of athletics, p21-150 (5-8) 
See also Soccer 

Stories 
Barbour. R. H: Around the end (6-8) 
Barbour, R. H: Arrival of Jimpson (7-8) 
Barbour, R. H: Behind the line (6-8) 
Barbour, R. H: Change signals (6-8) 
Barbour, R. H: Crimson sweater (6-8) 
Barbour, R. H: Forward pass (6-8) 
Barbour, R. H: Half-back (6-8) 
Barbour. R. H: Kingsford, quarter (6-8) 
Camp, W. C. Danny Fists (6-8) 
Camp, W. C. Jack Hall at Yale (7-8) 
Camp, W. C. Substitute (7-8) 
Davis, R: PL Richard Carr's babv 

/" Stories for boys, pll7-29 (6-7) 
Dudley, A. T. Following the ball (6-7) 
Dudley. A. T. In the line (6-7) 
Earl, J: P. Captain of the school team 

(6-8) 



Earl, J: P. On the school team (6-8) 
Finn, F. T. That football game, and what 

came of it (5-6) 
Hughes, T: Football at Rugby 

/;/ Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v6, p54-66 (6) 
Knipe, A. A. Captain of the eleven 
Perry, L. Fullback (6-8) 
Pier, A. S. Crashaw brothers (7-8) 
Pier, A. S. Grannis of the fifth (7-8) 
Quirk, L. W. Baby Elton, quarterback 

(6-8) 
Towers, \A . K. Letters from brother Bill, 

'varsity sub (7-8) 
Foote, Anna Elizabeth, and Skinner, Avery 

Warner 
Explorers and founders of America. 1907 

Am. bk. *60c (5-6) 

"Biographical sketches of the greatest personali- 
ties in the history of America, from the days of 
the earliest adventurers down to th* revolutionary 
war." Preface 
Makers and defenders of America. 1910 
Am. bk. *60c (4-8) 

"Intended to teach United States history 
through biographies of history-makers. Begins 
with a brief chapter on the causes of the revolu- 
tion and ends with a sketch of Andrew Carnegie. 
Brief classified biographies." A. L. A. bkl. 

For a' that an' a' that. Burns. R. 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p309-10 
For king or country. Barnes, J. 
For the honor of the school. Barbour, 

R. H: 
For the temple. Henty, G: A. 
For Yardley. Barbour, R. H: 
Forbes, Cora Belle 

Elizabeth's charm-string. 1903 Little 
■ *$1.30 (5-6) 

"Legends of saints, places, pictures, etc., asso- 
ciated with the collection of charms." N. Y. state 
lib. 

Forbes-Lindsay, Charles Harcourt Ainslie 

Daniel Boone, backwoodsman. 1908 Lip- 
pincott *$1.25 (6-8) 

"The life of this famous ■ pioneer and the 
hardships of frontier life are told in story form, 
direct in style and full of interest to boys. A 
more authoritative biography for older children 
is Thwaites 'Daniel Boone,' Appleton, $i.oo." 
Wis. free lib. com. 

"The fictitious element adds interest without 
destroying the historical values." A. L. A. bkl. 

Ford, Paul Leicester 

Great K. & A. train robbery. Dodd *$1.25 
(8) 

"How 'Overland no. 3' was held up on the 
alkali plains of Arizona." Pittsburgh 
Janice Meredith. Dodd *$1.35 (8) 

"Historically accurate story of the American 
revolution." Am. L. E. 

Ford, Sewell 

Horses nine [stories]. Scribner *$1.25 
(6-7) 

Fording 

Beard, D. C. Fording swift streams; A 
one-man ford; Pole fording 
/;; Handicraft for outdoor boys, pl31-4 
New ideas for out of doors, pl31-4 
(6-8) 

Forefathers' day 

Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
Forefathers' day 
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Forefathers' day — Continued 

Stevenson, B. -E. and E. S. B., comps. 
Forefathers' day 
In Days and deeds: verse, pl77-86 (5-7) 
Forest castaways. Bartlett, F: O. 

Forest fires 

Booth, W: S., ed. Caught in a forest fire 
In Wonderful escapes by Americans, 
p281-301 (6-8) 
Canfield, H. S. In a forest aflame 

In Stories of the Great lakes, retold 
from St. Nicholas, pi 16-33 (5-7) 
Johnston, W: A. Fighting forest fires 
/;; Deeds of doing and daring, p29-43 
(6-8) 
Forest outlaws. Gilliat, E: 
Forest runners. Altsheler, J. A. 

Forestry 

Blaich. L. R. Forests of the United States 
In Three industrial nations, p214-22 
(6-8) 
Carpenter, F. G: In the worlds great 
forests 
Iti How the world is housed, p64-72 
(5-7) 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: 

In North America, p280-7 (5-7) 
Du Puy, W: A. Sowing forests of fir 
trees 
/;; Uncle Sam, wonder worker, p84-97 
(7-8) ^ - 

Hodge, C. F. Elementary forestry 

In Nature study and life, p365-91 (6-8) 
Marriott, C. Preserving the forests 

In Uncle Sam's business, p261-3 (7-8) 
Price, O. W. How the forest is used, 
abroad and at home; In a national 
forest 
In Land we live in, p35-98 (6-8) 
Rocheleau, W: F. Our forests 
In Great American industries, v2, p36-50 
(5-7) 
Rolt-Wheeler, F. W: Boy with the U. S. 

foresters (6-8) 
Roth, F. First book of forestry. 1902 
(7-8) 

See also Arbor day; Conservation; 
Lumbering; Prairie fires; Trees 
Forests. See Forestry; Petrified forest of 

Arizona 
Forfeits (game) 

Campbell, H. L. Fifty forfeits 

/;/ American girl's home book, p41-51 
(5-7) 
Forgiveness 
Cabot, E. L. 

In Ethics for children. pl05-10 (1-6) 
Lowell. J. R. Yussouf; poem 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v5, 
p7-8 (6-7) 
Moulton, L. C. Coals of fire 

/;; Cabot's Ethics for children, pl74-6 
(1-6) 
Forgotten tales of long ago. Lucas, E: V., 
comp. 

Forks 

Williams, A. Forks, spoons, and hollow 
ware 
In How it is made, p453-60 (7-8) 



Formosa island 
Smith, M. C. 
In Life in Asia, p226-8 (6-7) 
Forrester, Izola L. 

Polly Page ranch club. (Polly Page ser. 
v2) Jacobs -$1 (7-8) 

"The six Virginia girls pay a summer visit to 
a Wyoming ranch. Much interesting information 
on Wyoming history, the Indians, the flora and 
western life is unobtrusively imparted." A. L. -A. 
bkl. 
Polly Page yacht club. (Polly Page ser. 
vl) Jacobs *$1 (7-8) 

"Six Virginia schoolgirls spend the summer on 
the Maine coast, where they have a camp, learn 
to swim and sail cat-boats, study conchology, etc. 
A bright, wholesome story, fairly well written, 
with no sentimentality and no sensational inci- 
dents." A.,L. A. bkl. 
Forsaken merman. Arnold, M : 

In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, vl, p241-6 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p333-8 
Fortescue, John William 

Storv of the red deer, ^vlacmillan *75c 
(6-7) 

"Beautiful story of Exmoor and the life of a 
deer from the time he follows his hunted mother 
to the inevitable day when he holds the hounds 
at bay." N. Y. city 

Forth bridge 
Williams, A. 
In Romance of modern engineering, 
p82-109 (7-8) 
Fortunate opening. Stockton, F. R: 

In Clocks of Rondaine, p43-74 (4-5) 
Fortune telling. See Cards 
Forty thieves. See Ali Baba 
Forward pass. Barbour, R. H: 

Fossils 

Strong, F. L., ed. 

In All the year round, v2, pll-12 (3-4) 
Verrill. A. H. 

In Boy collector's handbook, p35-47 
(5-8) 
Verrill, A. H. 

In Harper's book for young naturalists, 
p251-62 (6-8) 
Wright, J. M. 

In Seaside and waj^side, v4, p85-159 
(5-6) 
See also Animals — Extinct; Geology 

Foster, Charles 

Story of the Bible. 1884 Jacobs *$1.50 

"Old and quaint, but still popular." Wis. free 
lib. com. ... 

"Simple continuous narrative with many pic- 
tures." Pittsburgh 

Foster, Edwin W. 

Carpentrv and woodwork. (W'ork and 
play b6oks) 1911 Doubleday *$1 (6-8) 

"Chapters on the designing of moving toys, 
chip carving, shop equipment, a drawing outfit, 
different kinds of wood, outdoor carpentry, etc., 
and directions for making furniture and many- 
simple articles for household use." Pittsburgh 
Elementarv woodworking. Ginn *75c; 
school ed *60c 1903 (7-8) 

"Brief description, illustrated, of the American 
trees of commercial value is included." Pitts- 
burgh 

Foster, Lilly. See Wesselhoeft, Elizabeth 
Foster (Pope) 



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Foster, Mary Hammond, and Cummings, 
Mabel H. , , 

Asgard stories: tales from Norse mythol- 
ogy. Silver *36c (3-4) . 

"Attractive rendering of the Scandinavian 
myths." N. Y. city 

Foster, Olive Hyde ^ a- ,, 

Cookery for little girls. 1910 Duffield 
*75c (4-6) 

"Contains simply written recipes, giving care- 
ful directions for each one, and also ideas tor 
arranging the table for special occasions and tor 
serving different dishes." Utica 

Housekeeping for little girls. 1912 Duf- 
field *75c (4-6) 

"Helpful book for girls who want to learn 
abo'Jt taking care of a house. Tells the right 
way to set a table, how to plan economical meals 
and the best ways of cooking the things that 
really belong together, how to decorate the house 
for the Christmas holidays and why and how to 
fight dust and flies." Pittsburgh 

Sewing for little girls. Duffield *75c 
(4-6) 

"Gives all the details for making a complete 
outfit for a doll." Utica 

Foster; Rebecca Salome 

Baldwin, J. The Tombs angel 

In American book of golden deeds, 
p256-61 (4-6) 

Foster, William Horton 

Debating for bovs. 1915 Sturgis *$1 
(7-8) 

"Discusses rules of order, organization of de- 
bating clubs, gives list of questions for debate 
and memorandum of sources." Publisher 

Foulke, Elizabeth E. 

Braided straws. Silver *40c (2-3) 

"Stories and verses. Attractive and entertain- 
ing." N. Y. city 

Founders of music. Smith, H. 
Founders of our country. Coe, F. E. 
Fountains 

Adams, J. H: A fountain 

/;.' Harper's outdoor book for boys, p9- 
14 (5-8) 
Bond, A. R. Geyser fountain 
In Scientific American boy at school, 
p324-31 (6-8) 
Bullivant, C. H: Automatic fountain 
In Everv boy's book of hobbies, p70-81 
(7-8) 
Four American explorers. Kingsley, N. F. 
Four American Indians. Whitney, E. L., 

and Perry, F. M. 
Four American inventors. Perry, F. M. 
Four American naval heroes. Beebe, M. B. 
Four American patriots. Burton, A. H. 
Four American pioneers. Perry, F. M., and 

Beebe, K. 
Four American poets. Cody, S. 
Four and twenty toilers. Lucas, E: V. 
Four famous American writers. Cody, S. 
Four feet, two feet and no feet. Richards, 
L. E. H. 

Four-footed Americans and their kin. 

Wright, AI. O. 
Four Gordons. Brown, E. A. 
Four great Americans. Baldwin, J. 
Four-handed folk. Miller, O. T. 
Four in camp. Barbour, R. H: 



Four Macnicols. Black, W: 

Four old Greeks. Hall, J. 

Four on a farm. Smith, M. P. W. 

Four white swans. See Children of Lir 

Fournier d'Albe, Edmund Edward 

Wonders of physical science. 1910 Mac- 
millan *50c 
"Simple accounts of the barometer air-pump, 
air ship and wireless telegraphy. Also the con- 
tributions to science of Archimedes, Galileo, Dr. 
Gilbert and Papin. Pictures and diagrams." 
Cleveland 

Fourth of July 

Beard, L. and A. B. Fourth of July lawn 
frolic 
In Things worth doing, p3-13 (6-7) 
Beard, L. and A. B. (jirl's Fourth of 
July 
III American girl's handy book, pl05-22 
(5-7) 
Schauffler, R. H., ed. Independence da^^ 

1912 (5-8) 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. In- 
dependence day 
In Days and deeds: prose, p43-56 (5-7) 
Wells, C. How to celebrate the Fourth of 

July 

In Rain}' daj^ diversions, pl94-9 (5-8) 

Plays 

Merington, M. First flag 

In Holiday plays, p77-106 (7-8) 
Poetry 
Bunner, H: C. Grandfather Watts's pri- 
vate Fourth 
In Lucas's Book of verses, p258-60 
(3-8) 
Dodge, M. M. Third of July 

In Rhymes and jingles, pl04-5 (2-3) 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. In- 
dependence day 
In Days and deeds: verse, p35-46 (5-7) 
Stories 
Alcott, L. M. Jolly Fourth 

In Jimmy's cruise in the Pinafore, p38- 
51 (4-5) 
Price, L. L. 
In Lads and lassies of other days, p85- 
99 (4-6) 
Richards, L. E. H. Best of all 
In Five minute stories, p87-9 (1-3) 

Fox, Florence Cornelia 

Indian primer. 1906 Am. bk. *25c (1-2) 
"Stories of five types of Indian life with his- 
tory, myths and legends pertaining to each type." 
A. L. A. bkl. 

Fox, Frank 

Australia. (Peeps at manv lands) 1911 
Macmillan *60c (6-8) 

Fox jumps over the parson's gate 

In Caldecott's Collection of pictures and 
songs, v2 
Caldecott's Hey diddle diddle picture 

book 
Caldecott's Picture book, v3 

Foxes 
Burroughs, J: 

In Burroughs' Squirrels and other fur- 
bearers, p53-71 
Children's hour, v7, p213-27 (5-7) 



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175 



Foxes — Conti)iued 

Cleveland, L. B. Fox-hunting in New 
England 
III Our country: East, p251-6 (4-6) 
Comstock, A. B. 

In Pet book, pl9-20 (5-8) 
Cram, W: E. Red fox — black fox — gray- 
fox 
In Little beasts of field and wood, p25- 
61 (4-6) 
Johonnot, J. Sly-Boots, etc. 

In Neighbors with claws and hoofs, p54- 
66 (5-6) 
Monteith, J: and C. Wild dogs 

In Some useful animals, plU9-16 (2-3) 
Wood, C. D. 

In Animals, p75-7 (4-7) 
Wright, j\I. O. Foxes and snow-shoes 
In Four-footed Americans, pl99-206 
(7-8) 

Stories 

Baldwin, J. General and the fox 

In Fifty famous people, p 104-7 (1-3) 
Harris, J. C. Georgia foxhunt 

In Evans and others. Farm life read- 
ers, bio, p76-88 (4-6) 
Jordan, D: S. Little blue fox 
In True tales of birds and beasts, p80-2 
(5-6) 
Lang, A., ed. Fox tale 
In Red book of animal stories, p49-54 
(6-7) 
Long, W: J. Fox-ways 

In Ways of wood folk, pl-26 (4-6) 
Seton, E. T. Springfield fox 

In Lobo, Rag and Vixen, pll7-47 

Wild animals I have known, pl87-224 
(4-6) 
Frail children of the air. Scudder, S: H. 
France, Anatole, pseud. 

Girls and boys. Duffield *$2.25 (1-4) 

"Twelve delicately colored full-page plates and 
many pen and ink illustrations by Boutet de 
Monvel of quaint, prim little French children, 
accompanied by simple stories of child life in 
town and country." N. Y. state lib. 

"Filles et gargons," the French edition, is car- 
ried by Brentano, $1.25 

Honey-bee; tr. by Mrs. John Lane; il. by 
Florence Lundborg. Lane *$1.50 (3-5) 

"A fanciful tale with no underlying allegori- 
cal meaning, relating the adventures of a boy 
and girl in fairyland. The style is exquisitely 
simple, but the story has not sufficient clarity 
of imagery to be particularly attractive to chil- 
dren." Cleveland 

Nos enfants: il. by Boutet de Monvel. 
Duffield *$2.25 (1-4) 
France 

France 
In World's story, v5, pl41-418 
Description and travel 

Alcott, L. M. 

In Shawl-straps, p68-127 (5-6) 

Carpenter, F. G: France 
In Europe, p85-124 (5-6) 

Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: France; 
French capital 
In Europe, p36-59 (5-7) 

Finnemore, J: France. 1907 (6-7) 

France 

//; Northern Europe, p46-77 (5-7) 

George, M. M., ed. Little journey to 
France and Switzerland. 1902 (5-6) 



Moncrieff, A. R. H. France 

In World, p23-9 (6-8) 
Winslow, 1 : O. 
In Europe, p44-55 (4-6) 
See also Corsica; Paris 
Foitclore 
Ortoli, F: Evening tales (4-6) 
Wilmot-Buxton, E. M. Stories from old 
French romance (8) 

History 

Abbott, J: S. C. History of Henry the 
Fourth (6-8) 

Bonner, J: Child's history of France. 
1893 (6-7) 

Creighton, L. v. G. First history of 
France. 1901 (7-8) 

Dalkeith, L. Stories from F'rench his- 
tory. 1909 (5-6) 

Dutton, M. B. Little stories of France. 
1906 (5-6) 

Eggleston, G: C. Defence of Rochelle; 
Story of a winter campaign 
In Strange stories from history, p99-110, 
140-8 (4-5) 

Froissart, J. Boys' Froissart. 1879 (7-8) 

Guerber, H. A. Story of modern France 
[1715-1910]. 19m (7-8) 

Guerber, H. A. Story of old France [to 
1715]. 1910 (7-8) 

Johonnot, J., ed. Stories of France 

In Stories of other lands, p51-78 (4-6) 

Kirkland, E. S. Short history of France 
[to 1880]. 1896 (7-8) 

Macgregor, M. Story of France [to 1871], 
1911 (7-8) 

Morris, C: Historical tales: French. 1908 
(7-8) 

Pitman, L. W. Stories of old France. 
1902 (6-7) 

Yonge, C. M. Young folks' history of 
France (6-7) 

See also Agincourt, Battle of; 
Basques; Crimean war; Franco-German 
war; Huguenots; Hundred years' war; 
Normandy; Peninsular war; Seven 
years' war; Spanish succession, War of 
the; Waterloo, Battle of; also Catherine 
de' Medici; Charlemagne; Charles IX; 
Clovis I; Eugenie, empress of France; 
Francis II; Gambetta, Leon; Henry IV; 
Joan of Arc; Josephine, empress 
of the French; Louis IX; Louis XI; 
Louis XIII; Louis XIV; Louis XV; 
Louis XVI; Louis XVII, titular king 
of France; Maintenon, Madame de; 
Marie Antoinette; Martel, Charles; 
Napoleon I; Napoleon III; Richelieu 
H i story — Revolution 
Abbott, J: S. C. History of Maria An- 
toinette (6-8) 

Birkhead, A. Story of the French revo- 
lution. 1913 (7-8) 
Hoffman, F. Little dauphin [Louis XVII] 
(5-6) 

On the eve of the French revolution; 
Reign of terror 
In World's story, v5, p277-343 

See also Marie Antoinette; Robes- 
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France — Coniimied 

H istory— Revolution— Stories 
Dickens, C: Tale of two cities (8) 
Henty G: A. In the reign of terror (6-h) 
Martineau, H. Peasant ^and the prince 

[French revolution] (/-8) , , ,, 

Seaman, A. H. When a cobbler ruled the 

king (7-8) . 

Painting 

See Painting, French 

Social life and customs 

MacDonald, E. A. B. Colette in France 

Mansfield, B. M. Our little French cou- 
sin. 1905 (5-6) 
Portor, L. S. Genevieve (5-h) 

Stories 
Alcott, L. M. Banner of Beaumanoir 

/;; Spinning-wheel stories, pll5-36 
Brooks, E. S. Bov of the first empire 

(6-7) 
Brooks, E. S. Tell-tale foot 

In Chivalric days, p71-97 (6-7) 
Hale, E: E. In His name (7-8) 
Henty, G: A. At Agincourt (6-8) 
Portor, L. S. Genevieve (5-8) 
Saintine. J: X. B. Picciola (7-8) 
Scott, W. Quentin Durward (8) 
Shaw, F. L. Hector (6-7) 
Stein, E. Little count of Normandy (4-6) 
Stockton, F. R: Story of Viteau (6-8) 
Weyman, S. J: Gentleman of France 

[Henry of Navarre] (8) 
Yonge, C. M. Chaplet of pearls (7-8) 
Yonge, C. M. Stray pearls (7-8) 

See also Franco-German war — Stories 
France and the American revolution 

Burton, A. H. Lafayette, the friend of 
American liberty (4-5) 

Francillon, Robert Edward 

Gods and heroes, new ed 1915 Ginn *48c 

(4-5) 

"Excellent collection of tales from Greek myth- 
ology." Wis. 

"Better than Hawthorne for children who do 
not read easily." Hewins 

Francis I, king of France 

Pitman, L. W. Chenonceaux and Cham- 
bord — the recreations of a king 
III Stories of old France, pl05-33 (6-7) 

Francis II, king of France 

Marshall, H. E. Story of Francis II 
In Bov kings and girl queens, p247-60 
(6-8) 

Francis of Assisi, Saint 

Baldwin, J. "Little brothers of the air" 

III Fifty famous people, pi 18-20 (1-3) 
Canton, W: Little bedesman of Christ 
In Canton's Child's book of saints, pl53- 
74 
Skinner's Emerald story book [ex- 
cerpt], p67-70 (5-7) 
Chenoweth, C. V. Saint Francis of Assisi 
In Stories of the saints, pl55-65 (5-6) 
Egan, M. F. Everybody's St. Francis. 

1912 (6-8) 
Jewett, S. God's troubadour. 1910 (6-8) 
Macgregor, M. Saint Francis 

In Stories of three saints, pl-39 (4-5) 



Mosby, E. F. St. Francis of Assisi 

In Stories of the middle ages, retold 
from St. Nicholas, pl54-60 (5-8) 

Steedman, A. Saint Francis of Assisi 
In In God's garden, pl28-42 (4-5) 

Francis, Joseph Greene 

Book of cheerful cats and other animated 
animals. Century $1 (1-3) 
Pictures and verses 

Franco-German war, 1870-1871 
Stories 

Henty, G: A. Young franc-tireurs (6-8) 
Franconia stories. Abbott, J. 
Frank, Maude Morrison 

Great authors in their youth. 1915 Holt 
*$1.25 (7-8) 

"Interesting accounts of the early life of Scott, 
Stevenson, Thackeray, Dickens, Browning, Eliza- 
beth Barrett Browning, Tennyson, Charlotte 
Bronte, Charles Lamb, Jane Austen, Ruskin." 
Wis. bul. 
Short plays about famous authors. 1915 
Holt *$1 (8) 

"Five spirited plays for young people, woven 
about real or imaginary episodes in the lives of 
Goldsmith, Heine, Fanny Burney, Dickens and 
Shakespeare. Suggestions for costumes." N. Y. 
libraries 

Frank. See Edgeworth, ^I. Early lessons 
Frank and Bessie's forester. Lounsberry, A. 
Frank Brown, sea apprentice. Bullen, F. T: 
Franklin, Benjamin 

Autobiography. Houghton *75c; (River- 
side lit. ser.) *40c (6-8) 

"Autobiography and a sketch of Franklin's 
life from the point where the autobiography ends. 
Drawn chiefly from his letters." Wis. 

— Same; il. by E. Boyd Smith, ed. by 

F. W. Pine. 1916 Holt *$2 
Beginning life in Philadelphia: the defeat 
of General Braddock 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v5, 
p249-69 (6-7) 
The whistle 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v5. 
pl (6-7) 
Baldwin, J. The whistle 

In Fifty famous people, p21-4 (1-3) 
Baldwin. J. Story of Benjamin Franklin 
In Four great Americans, p70-122 (4-6) 
Bolton, S. K. Benjamin Franklin 
In Famous American statesmen, p38-66 
(7-8)^ 
Brooks, E. S. 

In Century book of famous Americans, 
pl-3, 65-76 (4-6) 
Brooks, E. S. Story of Benjamin Frank- 
lin of Philadelphia 
In Historic Americans, pl8-33 (8) 
Brooks, E. S. True story of Benjamin 

Franklin. 1898 (4-6) 
Coe, F. E. Benjamin Franklin, guide, 
philosopher, and friend to the Ameri- 
can people 
In Founders of our country, p310-20 

(3-5) 
Coe, F. E. Benjamin Franklin, the 'grand 
old man" of America 
/;; :\fakers of the nation. p30-6 (4-6) 
Eggleston, E: Benjamin Franklin 

In First book in American history, p86- 
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Franklin, Benjamin — Continued 
Eggleston, E: Franklin 
In Stories of great Americans, p26-38 
(2-4) 
Foote, A. E., and Skinner, A. W. Benja- 
min Franklia — statesman, scientist, 
writer 
III Explorers and founders of i\merica, 
p261-70 (7-8) 
Ford, P. L. Many-sided Franklin 
In Barstow's Colonists and the revolu- 
tion, p31-46 (4-8) 
Gordy, W. F. Benjamin Franklin and 
aid from France 
In American leaders and heroes, pl75- 
87 (5-6) 
Guerber, H. A. Stories of Franklin 

/;} Story of the thirteen colonies, pl99- 
205 (5-7) 
Hawthorne, N. Benjamin Franklin 
In Grandfather's chair, and Biographical 
stories 
True stories from history and biog- 
raphy (,6-8) 
Johonnot, J., ed. Youth of Franklin 

In Stories of our country, pl08-14 (4-6) 
Morris, C: Benjamin Franklin, the father 
of the American union 
In Heroes of progress in America, p33- 
43 (7-8) 
Mowry, W: A: and A. M. Benjamm 
Franklin 
In First steps in the history of our 
country, p 148-58 (4-5) 
Ogden, H. A. Benjamin Franklin 
In Barstow's Colonists and the revolu- 
tion, p201-8 
— Same; with title Great republican at 
court 
In Revolutionary stories, retold from St. 
Nicholas, pl66-79 (5-7) 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
Benjamin Franklin 
In Days and deeds: prose, p287-91 (5-7) 
Wright, H. C. Franklin and the identity 
of lightning and electricity 
In Children's stories of the great scien- 
tists, p66-89 (6-7) 
Plays 
Mackay, C. D. Benjamin Franklin epi- 
sode; Benjamin Franklin: journeyman 
In Patriotic plays and pageants for 
young people, p74-87, 113-30 (5-8) 
Poetry 
Freneau, P. On the death of Benjamin 
Franklin 
In Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 
p255 (5-7) 

Franklin, Sir John 

Bolton, S. K. Sir John Frankhn and 
others 
In Famous voyagers and explorers, 
p235-90 (7-8) 
Church, A. J: White North 
In Stories from English history, p628-35 
(6-8) 
Horton, E. Sir John Franklin, 1818 

In Frozen North, p9-31 (6-7) 
Johnson, W: H: 

In World's discoverers, p349-63 (7-8) 



Maclean, J. K. Sir John Franklin in the 
frozen North; Franklin's fatal expedi- 
tion, and what it accomplished 
In Heroes of the farthest North and 
farthest South, p29-56 (6-8) 
Steedman, A. Discoverer's boyhood 
In Chisholm's Stories for the ten-year- 
old, pl79-91 
When they were children, pl85-95 
(6-8) 
Synge, M. B. Franklin's land journey to 
the North; Franklin discovers the 
north-west passage 
In Book of discovery, p382-7, 432-9 
Poetry 
Doten, E. Fate of Sir John Franklin 
In W'orld's story, v8, p531-4 

Franks. See Clovis 
Fraser, Chelsea Curtis 

Every boy's book of handicraft, sports 
and amusements. 1913 Page *$2 (6-8) 

"Cyclopedic treatment of boys' activities, some- 
times inadequately hinting at technical subjects 
but treating many topics well, as in the chapters 
on woodcraft, carpentry and games. For boys 
from ten to twenty. Illustrated by 700 diagrams. 
New edition has ind«x." A. L. A. bkl. 

Fraser, William Alexander 

Sa'-zada tales. Scribner *$1.35 (6-8) 

"Tales told by the animals themselves to Sa'- 
zada, their keeper, concerning the manner of 
their capture." A. L. A. bkl. 

Frazar, Douglas 

Perseverance island. Lothrop 60c (6-7) 
"Story of a nineteenth century Robinson Cru- 
soe." Pittsburgh 

Frederick I, Barbarossa, emperor of the 
Holy Roman empire 

Baldwin, J. Frederick Barbarossa 
In Thirty more famous stories retold, 
pl23-31 (3-5) 
Emperors of mediaeval Germany 

In World's story, v7, p38-51 
Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Fred 
erick Barbarossa 
In Famous men of the middle ages, 
pl80-4 (4-6) 
Kelman, J. H. How Frederick came to 
his kingdom 
In Stories from the crusades, p82-91 
(4-5) 
Kiihn, F. Barbarossa. 1906 (6-7) 
Morris, C: 
/;;. Historical tales: German, pl04-15 
(7-8) 

Frederick II, emperor of the Holy Roman 
empire 

Brooks, E. S. Frederick of Hohen- 
staufen: the boy emperor 
In Historic boys, pl04-25 (6-7) 

Frederick the Great, king of Prussia 

Birkhead, A. Royal robber 
In Heroes of modern Europe, pl45-55 
(7-8) 
Carlyle, T: Childhood of Frederick the 
Great 
In World's story, v7, pl54-63 
Carpenter, K. E. R. Story of Frederick 
the Great for boys and girls. 1908 
(6-8) 



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Frederick the Great, king of Prussia— Co»^. 
Farmer, L. H. Frederick, the Great 
In Boys' book of famous rulers, p398- 
432 (7-8) 
Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Fred- 
erick the Great 
In Famous men of modern times, p243- 
55 (4-6) 
Holland, R. S. Frederick the Great 

In Historic boyhoods, p59-72 (6-8) 
Macaulay, T: B. Frederick the Great and 
the first Silesian war 
In World's story, v7, pl64-78 
Morris, C: 
In Historical tales: German, p285-322 
(7-8) 
Schrader. F. Frederick the Great and the 

Seven years' war. 1905 (5-7) 
Steedman, A. Frederick the Great 

In When they were children, p86-95 
(6-8) 
Free, Margaret. See Treadwell, H. T., jt. 

auth. 
Free rangers. Altsheler, A. J. 
Freedom triumphant. Coffin, C: C. 
Freeman, Edward Augustus 

Old English history for children [to 1066]. 
Macmillan *$1.25; Button (Everyman's 
lib.) *40c; lib binding *50c (7-8) 

Freeman, Mrs. Mary Eleanor (Wilkins) 

Green door. Moffat *75c (4-8) 

"A little girl opens a door that leads her back 
into colonial times, and becomes her own great- 
great-great-grandmother. A remarkably vivid de- 
scription ot the hardships of the early New Eng- 
land settlers. May be read to young children, 
and is liked by boys and girls of twelve or four- 
teen." Hewins 
In colonial times. Lothrop 50c (6^8) 

"The adventures of Ann, the bound girl of 
Samuel Wales of Braintree in the province of 
Massachusetts Bay." Title 
Once upon a time. Lothrop $1 (3-4) 

"Rhvmes and jingles and fairy poems. Illus- 
trated." Olcott 

Pot of gold, and other stories. Lothrop 

$1.50 (5-6) 
Young Lucretia, and other stories. 

Harper $1.25 (5-6) 

"About little New England country girls." 
Pittsburgh 

Biography 
W^right, H. C. New England women 
writers 
In Children's stories in American litera- 
ture, v2, p230-5 (7-8) 

Freight 

Tappan, E. M. How freight and express 
are managed 
In Travelers and traveling, p36-40 (5-6) 

Fremont, John Charles 

Coe, F. E. Fremont, the pathfinder, and 
his guide, Kit Carson 
In Makers of the nation, p264-71 (4-6) 
Kingsley, N. F. Story of John Charles 
Fremont 
In Four American explorers, pl34-200 
(4-5) 
McGehee, C. G. Rough times in rough 
places 
In Barstow's W^estward movement, 
pl51-62 (4-8) 



MclMurry, C: A. Fremont's first trip to 
the Rocky mountains; Fremont's trip 
to Salt Lake and California 
In Pioneers of the Rocky mountains 
and the West, p40-93 (5-6) 
O., M. N. Resume of Fremont's expedi- 
tions 
In Barstow's W'estward movement, 
pl40-5O (4-8) 

Stories 
Sabin, E. L. With Carson and Fremont 

(8) 
Whitson, J: H. \\ ith Fremont the path- 
finder (7-8) 

French, Allen 

Beginner's garden book. 1914 Macmillan 
*$1 (6-8) 

"An admirable guide, interestingly written, for 
pupils in the upper grammar grades. By seasons 
gives definite directions for work with vegetables 
and flowers, both indoors and out, a plantitig list, 
and planting table by months for work in the 
latitude of New York. More comprehensive than 
Weed's 'School garden book.' " A. L. A. bkl. 

Heroes of Iceland. Little *$1.30 (5-7) 

Adapted from Dasent's translation of "The 
story of Burnt Njal" 

Junior cup. Century $1.50 (6-7) 
Pelham and his friend Tim. Little *$1.30 
(6-7) 
"Story of a strike in a mill town, agitated by 
an unprincipled workman and an outsider against 
a fair and honest mill-owner, and the dangerous 
part played by two boys in protecting the mill. 
In parts overdrawn and a little sensational, but 
representing the dignity of labor and its depend- 
ence upon capital." Cleveland 

Reform of Shaun. Little *$1 (4-6) 

"Two good dog-stori«s." Baker 
Sir Marrok; a tale of the days of King 
Arthur. Century $1 (6-7) 

"Warfare of good against evil in tale of 
knightly valor and sorcery overcome." N. Y. 
state lilj. 
Story of Grettir the Strong. Button $1.25 
(7-8) 

"The only good form of this saga for children's 
reading . . . vigorous and interesting narrative." 
A. L. A. bkl. 

Story of Rolf and the viking's bow. 
Little *$1.30 (6-7) 

"Inspired by and in some degree based on the 
Icelandic sagas. Courage, self-control, patriotism, 
perseverance, are the qualities developed in the 
young hero." N. Y. state lib. 

French, Henry Willard 

Lance of Kanana: storv of Arabia [4th 
century]. Lothrop *$1 (7-8) 
"How the brave Bedouin boy, Kanana, gave his 
life to save the Arabians from the hand of their 
enemies." Pittsburgh 

French and Indian war. See United States 
— History — French and Indian war 

French revolution. See France — History — 
Revolution 

Fresh posies. Brown, A. F. 

Fresh water aquarium and its inhabitants. 
Eggeling, O., and Ehrenberg, F: 

Freshman Born, pitcher. Quirk, L. W. 

Freshmen friends. Quirk, L. W. 

Fretwork 

Adams, J. H: Fretwork and wood-turning 
In Harper's indoor book for boys, p56- 
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179 



Fretwork — Continued 
Bullivant, C. H: 
In Every boy's book of hobbies, pl75-83 
(7-8) 
Sec also Woodcarving 
Friar of orders gray 

In Macleod's Book of ballad stories, 
p391-5 
Fridthjof. See Frithjof. 
Friendly islands 
Kellogg, E. AL C. 
/;; Australia and the islands of the sea, 
p410-14 (6-7) 
Friendly stars. Martin, M. E. 
Friends, Society of. See Quakers 
Friends and cousins. Brown, A. F. 
Friends and helpers. Eddy, S. J., ed. 
Friends in feathers and fur. Johonnot, J. 
Friends in the end. Dix, B. M. 
Friends though divided. Henty, G: A. 
Friendship 

Cabot, E. L. Loyalty to our promises; 
Friendship 
In Ethics for children, pll9-20, 148-81 
(1-6) 
Cabot, E. L., and others. Friendship with 
other nations 
In Course in citizenship, p223-7 (1-8) 
Friendship of nations. Gulliver, L. 
Frigate's namesake. Abbott, A. B. 
Fringed gentian. See Bryant, W: C. 
Frithjof 

Crommelin, E. G., ed. Frithiof 

In Famous legends, pi 16-41 (4-5) 
Guerber, H. A. Story of Frithiof 
In Legends of the middle ages, p246-68 
(8) 
Holbrook, F. Northland heroes (3-5) 
Ragozin, Z. A. Frithjof, the viking of 

Norway (7-8) 
Schmidt, F. Frithjof saga (6-7) 
Fritz in Germany. MacDonald, E. A. B., 
and Dalrymple, J. 

Frobisher, Sir Martin 

Johnson, W: H: Frobisher's fancied dis- 
coveries 
In World's discoverers, p209-23 (7-8) 
Froebel, Friedrich 

Poulsson, E. Friedrich Froebel 

In In the child's world, p276-9 (1-2) 
Smith, N. A. Froebel's birthday 
In Wiggin and Smith's Story hour, 
pi 79-85 (2-4) 
Froelich, Hugo B., and Snow, B. E. 

Text books of art education. 8v Prang 
vl-2 ea 25c; v3 30c; v4-6 ea 45c; v7-8 ea 
55c 

"Verse and prose text, with illustrations that 
teach the principles of drawing and the use of 
color." Wis. free lib. com. 

Frog book. Dickerson, M. C. 
Frog he would a-wooing go 

In Caldecott's Collection of pictures 
and songs, v2 
Caldecott's Hey diddle diddle pic- 
ture book 
Caldecott's Picture book, v3 



Frog-prince 

In Crane's Beauty and the beast picture 
book 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v3, 

pl2-15 
Scudder's Children's book, p24-5 
Frogs 
Andrews, J. Sixty-two little tadpoles 
In Stories Mother Nature told her chil- 
dren, pll9-25 (3-5) 
Comstock, A. B. Frog; Tree-frog 

In Pet book, p25l-5 (5-8) 
Dickerson, M. C. Frog book. 1906 (7-8) 
Gibson, W: H. Spring peepers 

In Sharp eyes, p6-12 (7-8) 
Hodge, C. F. Common frogs and sala- 
manders 
In Nature study and life, p295-303 (6-8) 
Johonnot, J. 

In Friends in feathers and fur, pl24-9 
(3-4) 
Kalm, P: Bullfrogs 
In Hart and Hazard's Colonial children, 
p85-7 (5-7) 
Kelly, M. A. B. Mr. Rana's dinner 
hi Short stories of our shy neighbors, 
p41-50 (3-5) 
Miller, O. T. My little neighbor in green 
In Little folks in feathers and fur, p60-3 
(3-5) 
Morley, M. W. 

In Seed-babies, p62-7 (2-4) 
Pyle, K. Little tadpole 
In Skinner's Emerald story book, p230-7 
(5-7) 
Sharp, D. L. From river-ooze to tree-top 
In Watcher in the woods, plll-16 (7-8) 
Strong, F. L., ed. Frogs' eggs; Frogs 
and toads 
In All the year round, v3, p92-5 (3-4) 
Wood, C. D. Special study of the frog 

In Animals, pl45-5l (4-7) 
Wright, J. M. Noisy family 
In Seaside and wayside, v4, p221-9 (5-6) 
See also Tree toads 
Poetry 
Cooper, G: Twenty froggies 
In Morrison's Songs and rhymes for the 
little ones, p34 (2-4) 

Stories 

Long, W: J. Chigwooltz, the frog 
In Wilderness ways, p75-87 (4-7) 
Pierson, C. D. Mr. Green Frog and his 
visitors; Frog who thought herself 
sick 
In Among the meadow people, pi 14-19, 
177-82 (3-4) 
Potter, B. Tale of Jeremy Fisher (1-2) 
Wiggin, K. D. S. When I was a little girl 
In Wiggin and Smith's Story hour, 
pl68-78 (2-4) 
Froissart, Jean 

Boys' Froissart; ed. by Sidney Lanier. 
1879 Scribner *$1.80 (7-8) 

"Edited from Froissart's Chronicles. A stand- 
ard work for older children. A good cheap edi- 
tion of the Chronicles is published in Everyman'3 
library." Olcott 

Frolicsome duke 

In Macleod's Book of ballad stories, 
pi 34-8 



180 



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From colony to commonwealth. Tiffany, 
N. M. 

From school to battlefield. King, C: 

From Sioux to Susan. Daulton, A. W. M. 

From the old world to the new. Dickson, 
M. S. 

From trail to railway through the Appa- 
lachians. Brigham, A. P. 

From youth into manhood. Hall, W. S. 

Frontier life 

Barstow C: L., ed. \\ estward movement. 

1912 (4-8) . r, lonn 
Bass F Stones of pioneer life. lyUU 

(3-4) 
Birkbeck, M. Pioneer farming 
In Barstow's Westward movement, po/:- 
4 (4-8) 
Paris. J: T. Glimpses of western pioneer 
life , 

In Real stories from our history, piiO- 
20 (6-8) 
Grinnell G: B. Beyond the old frontier. 

1913 (8) . ^ ^ r^ . 
Hart, A. B., and Chapman, A. B., eds. Out 

West 
In How our grandfathers lived, pl43-71 

(6-8) 
Imlay, G. Kentucky pioneer life 
In Barstow's Westward movement, p85-/ 
(4-8) 
Johnston, C: H. L. Famous scouts. 1910 

(6-8) 
Perry, F. M., and Beebe, K. Four Ameri- 
can pioneers. 1900 (4-5) 
Pond, J. B. Pioneer boyhood 
In Barstow's Westward movement, p88- 
102 (4-8) 
Western frontier stories, retold from St. 
Nicholas. 1907 (5-8) 

See also Pioneers; Ranch life; United 
States — History — Colonial period; West 
Stories 
Altsheler, J. A. Forest runners [Ken- 
tucky] (6-8) 
Altsheler, J. A. Young trailers [Ken- 
tucky] (6-8) 
Andrews, J. Louise, the- child of the 
western forest 
Iw Seven little sisters, p98-113 (3-4) 
Ba3^1or, E. M. H. Little prospector [Ne- 
vada] (3-5) 
Brooks, N. Boy settlers (6-7) 
Bush, B. E. Prairie Rose (6-7) 
Eggleston, G: C. Jack Shelby (8) 
Garland, H. Boy life on the prairie (7-8) 
Grinnell, G: B., ed. Wolf hunters (7-8) 
Inman, H: Ranch on the Oxhide (6-7) 
King. C: Trooper Ross and Signal Butte 
(6-8) 

Stoddard, W: O. On the old frontier 
[New York] (6-7) 

Frost, William Henry 

Court of King Arthur. Scribner *$1.35; 
(Ser. for young people) *60c (6-7) 

"Author takes his readers on a journey through 
the land of the Round Table, weaving in stories 
and legends of the knights of old." Pittsburgh 



Knights of the Round Table. Scribner 
*$1.35 (6-7) 

"Charming version of the King Arthur stories, 
interwoven with descriptions of the south of 
England." Oregon 

Follows "The court of King Arthur" 

Wagner story book; fire-light tales. 
Scribner *$1.35 (7-8) 

"Dramas of Wagner from Tannhauser to Par- 
zifal in form of narratives." Sturgis and Kreh- 
biel 

Frost 

Mcllvaine, C: Jack Frost 
/;;. Outdoors, indoors, and up the chim- 
ney, pl51-9 (5-7) 
Strong, F. L., ed. Frost pictures 

In All the year round, v2, p96-7 (3-4) 
Thompson, J. M. Coming of the hoar 
frost; Etchings by Jack Frost 
In Water wonders every child should 
know, p37-90 (6-8) 
See also Snow; Winter 
Poetry 
Gould, H. F. Frost 
In Lovejoy's Nature in verse, p261-2 
Morrison's Songs and rhymes for the 

little ones, pl91-2 
Whittier's Child life, pl4^-50 
Lovejoy, M. I., comp. 

In Nature in verse, p257-62 (4-7) 
Setoun, G. Jack Frost 

In Lucas's Book of verses, p20-l (3-8) 
Strong, F. L., ed. Little Jack Frost 

In All the year round, v2, p98-9 (3-4) 
Tennyson, A. Winter 

In Thacher's Listening child, p289 (5-7) 
Whittier, J: G. Frost spirit 

In AlacDonald and Blaisdell's Child life, 
v5, pl97-8 (5-6) 

Stories 

Andrews, J. Winter's herald 

In Stories of my four friends, p39-49 
(3-5) 
Poulsson, E. Jack Frost and his work 

In In the child's world, pl04-5 (1-2) 

Frothingham, Jessie Peabody 

Sea fighters from Drake to Farragut. 1902 
Scribner *$1.20 (7-8) 
"Splendid book for boys." Wis. free lib. com. 

Sea-wolves of seven shores. 1904 Scribner 
*$1.20 (7-8) 

"From the time of the old Corsair kings to the 
period when piracy was a fashionable English 
sport, and down to names familiar to every boy, 
in Spanish, English, and Chinese seas. Capital 
book for active-minded boys who prefer facts to 
fiction." Outlook 

Frowzle, the runaway. Wesselhoeft, E. F. P. 
Frozen North. Horton, E. 

Fruit 

Allen, N. B. 

In Industrial studies: United States, 
p81-106 (5-8) 
Beard, L. and A. B. Wild food on the 
trail: edible fruits 
In On the trail, pl38-56 (6-8) 
Blaich. L. R. Vegetables and fruits 

In Three industrial nations, p203-13 
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CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



181 



Fruit — Continued 

Campbell, H. L. Small fruits— currants, 
raspberries and black berries; Canned 
fruits, jelly and preserves 
In American girl's home book, p367-75 

(5-7) ^. . 

Carpenter, F. G: truits 

In Foods, p225-90 (5-6) 
Carpenter, F. O. Fruits 

In Foods and their uses, p67-/4 (5-8) 
Chase. A., and Clow, E. 

/;; Stories of industry, v2, pl30-4 (5-7) 
Du Puy, W: A. Juggling with plants 

In Uncle Sam, wonder worker, p59-67 
(7-8) 
Parsons, F. T. S. D. ,r^ ,. ^. 

In Plants and their children, p9-49 (4-6) 
Rocheleau, W: F. Fruit 

In Great American industries, bk2, pl79- 
94 (5-7) ■ , , 

Rogers, J. E. Plants whose seed-vessels 
we eat 

In Book of useful plants, pl95-246 
Verrill, A. H. Casting fruits 

In Boy collector's handbook, p72-87 

(5-8) . „ . 

Verrill, A. H. Fruit collection 

In Harper's book for young naturalists, 
p301-6 (6-8) 
Verrill, A. H. Fruit garden 

In Flarper's book for young gardeners, 
pl27-65 (7-8) 
See also Apples; Bananas; Cranber- 
ries; Currants; Dates; Figs; Grapes; 
Oranges; Peaches; Persimmons; Pine- 
apples; Prickly pear; Raisins; Straw- 
berries 
Fry, Mrs. Elizabeth (Gurney) 
Bolton, S. K. Elizabeth Fry 

In Lives of girls who became famous, 
p240-60 (7-8) 
Florton, E. Elizabeth Fry 

In Group of famous women, p27-33 
(6-8) 
Steedman, A. Elizabeth Fry 
In When they were children, pl72-6 
(6-8) 

Frye, Alexis Everett 

Brooks and brook basins. 1902 Ginn *60c; 
school ed *50c (4-6) 

"Aid to the study of the forms of land and 
water." Wis. 

Fryer, Mrs. Jane (Eayre) 

Mary Frances cook-book. 1912 Winston 

*$1.20 (3-5) . ^ 

"Told in conversational manner. The kitchen 
utensils are the characters who help the little 
girl of the house to learn how to make all sorts 
of things." Literary digest 

Fuel. See Coal; Peat; Petroleum 
Fullback. Perry, L. 
Fuller, Caroline Macomber 

Across the campus. Scribner *$1.35 (8) 
"Life at a girls' college." N. Y. city 

Fuller, Eunice 

Book of friendly giants. Century *$2 

(3-5) 
"Readable compilation of stories, retold, with 
the exception of the last one by the author, from 
the giant legends of many lands. Quaintly drawn 
illustrations by Pamela Colman Smith." A. L. A. 
bkL 



Fuller, Margaret [afterward marchesa d'Os- 
soli] 

Bolton, S. K. Margaret Fuller Ossoli 
In Lives of girls who became famous, 
p68-86 (7-8) 
Horton, E. Margaret Fuller d'Ossoli^ 
In Group of famous women, p75-80 
(6-8) 

Fulton, Robert 

Baldwin, J. Paddle-wheel boat 

In Fifty famous people, pl46-9 (1-3) 
Coe, F. E. Robert Fulton and the steam- 
boat 
In Makers of the nation, p225-32 (4-6) 
Eggleston, E: 

In First book in American history, 
pl41-5 (3-5) 
Eggleston, E: Quicksilver Bob 

In Stories of great Americans, p96-101 
(2-4) 
Foote, A. E., and Skinner, A. W. Robert 
Fulton and the steamboat 
In Makers and defenders of America, 
p213-18 (4-8) 
Gordy, W. F. Robert Fulton and the 
steamboat 
In American leaders and heroes, p246-52 
(5-6) 
Holland, R. S. Fulton and the steamboat 

In Historic inventions, plll-25 (5-8) 
Holland, R. S. Robert Fulton 

In Historic boyhoods, pl48-58 (6-8) 
Knox T- W Life of Robert Fulton. 1886 

(8)' 
Morris, C: Robert Fulton, the inventor 
of the steamboat 
In Heroes of progress in America, p96- 
100 (7-8) 
Mowry, W: A: and A. M. Robert Fulton 
In First steps in the history of our 
country, p 186-91 (4-5) 
Perry. F. M. Story of Robert Fulton 
/n'Four American inventors, plO-69 
(4-5) 
Stone, G. L., and Fickett, M. G. Success 
of Robert Fulton 
In Days and deeds a hundred years ago, 
p78-93 (5-6) 
Sutcliffe, A. C. Robert Fulton. 1915 

(^7-8) 
Sutcliffe, A. C. Robert Fulton and the 
Clermont 
In Barstow's New nation, p95-10'5 (4-8) 
Towle, G: M. Robert Fulton and the 
steamboat 
In Heroes and martyrs of invention, 
pl60-9 (6-7) 
Wright, H. C. First steamboat 

In Children's stories of American prog- 
ress, pl04-20 (5-6) 

Fultz, Francis Marion 

Fly-aways and other seed travelers, lyuy 
Public school pub. co., Bloomington, 
111. 60c (3-5) 

"Simple and entertaining account for young 
children of the way seeds travel. Includes a 
larger number of varieties than Mrs Morl«y s 
'Little wanderers' and is better illustrated. 
A. L. A. bkl. 

Fun of cooking. Benton, C. F. 



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Fundy, Bay of „ ^ t- j 

Chase, E. B. Bore of the Bay of Fundy 
In Vvorld's story, vll, p253-5 

Fungi. See Mushrooms 

Fur-seal's tooth. Munroe, K. 

Fur trade ^ , , . 

Barstow, C: L., ed. Fur trader and the 
Indian . 

In Colonists and the revolution, pyo-iUi 
(4-8) , . 

Faris, J : T. Adventures of an early tur 
trader 
III Real stories from our historj', pyj-/ 
(6-8) 
King, C: F. Fur traders 
In Picturesque geographical readers, v^ 
pl72-7 (4) 
Laut, A. C. Story of the trapper. 1902 

(7-8) 

Stories 

Wallace, D. Fur trail adventurers (7-8) 

See also Hudson Bay company 

Fur trail adventurers. Wallace, D. 

Furnaces. See Electric furnaces 

Furniture 
Adams, J. H: Fitting up a boy's room 
In Harper's indoor book for boys, p267- 
81 (5-8) 
Beard, D. C. Fixing up the boys den, 
club-room, or fort 
In Boy pioneers, p201-15 (5-8) 
Beard, L. and A. B. Furniture, old and 
new 
In American girl's handy book, p438-50 
(5-7) 
Beard, L. and A. B. Outdoor handicraft: 
camp furnishings 
/;j On the trail, pl06-14 (6-8) 

Brigham, L. Box furniture 
Carpenter, F. G: 
In Hov/ the world is housed, p331-9 
(5-7) 
Foster, E. W. Mission furniture; Chest 
In Carpentry and woodwork, p361-80 
(6-8) 
Fraser, C. C. W'oodworking 

In Every boy's book of handicraft, 
sports and amusements, pl09-21 
(6-8) 
Hall, A. N. Easily made furniture; Box 
and barrel furniture 
/;/ Handicraft for handy boys, pl03-34, 
160-9 (6-8) 
Kelland, C. B., ed. 

In American boys' workshop, pl99-249 
(6-8) 
Verrill, A. H. Making simple furniture; 
Rustic carpentry 
I:i Amateur carpenter, pi 19-47, 168-82 
(7-8) 
Warner, C: F. 

In Home decoration, p46-63, 129-243 
(6-8) 
Wheeler, C: G. 

hi Woodworking for beginners, pl75- 
217 (7-8) 
See also Chairs; Doll furniture; House 
decoration; Wood carving 



Furs 

Carpenter, F. G: 

In How the world is clothed, pl76-205 
(4-5) 
Chamberlain, J. F. Furry friends; Sum- 
mer with the seals 
In How we are clothed, pl29-53 (4-5) 
Chrvse, A., and Clow, E. 

In Stories of industry, v2, p64-6 (5-7) 

Coe, F. E. Trapper and the soldier of 

New France 

In Founders of our country, p288-95 

(3-5) 

Grinnell, G: B. Beyond the old frontier. 

1913 (8) 
Monteith, J: and C. 
In Some useful animals, pl42-54 (2-3) 
See also Fur trade; Hudson Bay com- 
• pany; Trapping; also names of fur- 
bearing animals 
Further adventures of Nils. Lagerlof, 
S. O. L. 



Gabriel and the hour book. Stein, E. 

Gaines, Ruth 

Little Light (Lucita). Rand =^75c (4-6) 

"Story of a little girl in Mexico m the time 
of President Diaz. Includes some legends. ' A. 
L. A. bkl. 

Gainsborough, Thomas 

Clement, C. E. 

In Stories of art and artists, p318-22 
(7-8) 
Head, R. Gainsborough 

In How to enjoy pictures, p266-75 (7-8) 

Galahad, Sir 

Alabie, H. W., ed. Sir Galahad 

In Heroes everv child should know, 
p77-88 (6-7) 
Sterling, M. B., conip. Story of Sir Gala- 
had (4-6) 
Tennvson, A. Sir Galahad; poem 

In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, 'v2. pll3-16 
Mabie's Legends that every child 

should know, p41-3 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v5, 
p78-80 
Gale, Agnes Cook ^ 

Achilles and Hector. Rand 4ic (4-5) 

Galileo 

Baldwin, J. Galileo and the lamps 

In Thirty more famous stories retold, 
p34-6 (3-5) 
Fournier d'Albe. E. E: 

In W^onders of physical science, p50-65 
Haaren, J: H:. and Poland, A. B. 

In Famous men of modern times, pl65- 
74 (4-6) 
Holland, R. S. Galileo and the telescope 

In Historic inventions, p53-69 (5-8) 
Wright, H. C. Galileo and the wonders 
of the telescope 
/;/ Children's stories of the great sci- 
entists, pl-34 (6-7) 

Gallaher, James E. , . ,, iqqq 

Best Lincoln stories tersely told. ibyb 
Donohue 50c (5-7) 



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183 



Galls (botany) 

Gibson, W : H. Two fairy sponges 
In Eye spy, p34-43 (6-8) 
Gama, Vasco da 

Haaren, J: H :, and Poland, A. B. Vasco 
da Gama 
In Famous men of modern times, p40- 
52 (4-6) 
Hale, E: E., ed. Da Gama and the East 

In Stories of discovery, p34-58 (6-8) 
Johnson, W: H: 

In World's discoverers, p93-116 (7-8) 
Shaw, E: R: Vasco da Gama 

In Discoverers and explorers, p40-3 (4) 
Tappan, E. M. Vasco da Gama 

In Old world hero stories, pt2, pl77-9 
(6-8) 
Towle, G: AI. Voyages and adventures 
of Vasco da Gama (7-8) 
Gambetta, Leon 

Bolton, S. K. Leon Gambetta 
III Lives of poor boys who became fa- 
mous, p204-18 (7-8) 
Game 

Carpenter, F. G: Wild animals used as 
food; Rabbits, squirrels, and game 
birds 
In Foods, pl39-53 (5-6) 
Verrill, A. H. Game-birds and wild fowl 
In Pets for pleasure and profit, p249-89 
(5-8) 
See also Animal tracks; Hunting; 
Trapping; also names of animals 
Games 

Baker, G. C. Indoor games and socials 

for boys. 1912 
Bancroft, J. H. Games for the play- 
ground, home, school and gymnasium. 
1909 (2-8) 
Beard, D. C. 
In Outdoor handv book, p279-364, 419- 
27 (5-7) 
Beard, D. C. Good games with tooth- 
picks and matches 
In Jack of all trades, p201-9 (5-7) 
Beard, L. and A. B. 
In What a girl can make and do, p322- 
64 (5-7) 
Beard, L. and A. B. Plant your garden if 
you can; Outdoor fun with home- 
made tether-ball 
In Things worth doing, pl53-61, 207-16 
(6-7) 
Beard, P. Jollv book of playcraft. 1916 

(4-8) 
Bell, F. E. E. O., comp. Singing circle. 

1911 (1-3) 
Bullivant, C. H: Parlor games 

In Home fun, p475-89 (5-8) 
Carver, J. Indian games 
In Hart and Hill's Camps and firesides 
of the revolution, pl06-8 (6-8) 
Champlin, J: D., and Bostwick, A. E., eds. 
Young folks' cvclopedia of games and 
sports. 1899 (5-8) 
Crawford, C. Dramatic games and dances 

for little children. 1914 (1-3) 
Crozier, G. B. Indoor games for children. 

1914 
Crozier, G. B. Outdoor games for chil- 
dren. 1914 



Cutter, S. J., comp. Conundrums, riddles, 

puzzles and games (4-6) 
Davison, G. L. Games and parties for 

children. 1916 
Fireside amusements 

In Three hundred things a bright boy 
can do, p273-349 (6-8) 
Eraser, C. C. Indoor games and amuse- 
ments 

III Every boy's book of handicraft, 
sports and amusements, p3 12-32 
(6-8) 
Games book for boys and girls. 1906 

(4-6) 
Glover, E. H., ed. "Dame Curtsey's" book 

of games for children. 1914 • (3-8) 
Gomme, A. B., ed. Children's singing 

games (2-4) 
Headland, I: T. Games played by boys; 
Games played by girls 

In Chinese boy and girl, p51-94 (4-5) 
Hofmann, M. C. Games for everybody. 

1905 (5-8) 
Indoor games 

In Three hundred and one things a 
bright girl can do, p288-304 
Keyes, A. M. When mother lets us play. 

1911 (3-5) 
Kirk, F. H. Rhythmic games and dances 

for children. 1914 
Lucas, E: V. and E. G. Three hundred 

games and pastimes. 1910' (5-7) 
Miller, C. H. One hundred outdoor 
games 

In Outdoor sports and games, p326-95 
(6-8) 
Perkins, R., comp. The dansant for little 

folks. 1914 
Poulsson, E. Finger plays. 1893 (1-2) 
Seton, E. T. Games 

In Boy scouts of America. Official 
handbook, p323-57 (6-8) 
Seton, E. T. Games for the camp 

In Book of woodcraft, p280-304 (6-8) 
Wells, C. Rainy day diversions. 1907 

(5-8) 
Wells, H. G: Floor games. 1912 
White, M. Book of games (4-6) 
White M. and S. Book of children's par- 
ties.' 1903 
Wilman, S. V. Games for playtime and 

parties. 1915 (2-3) 
Yale, E. D. When mother lets us give a 

party. 1909 (3-5) 

See also Amusements; Archery; Au- 
thors (game); Baseball; Basket ball; 

Croquet; Football; Golf; Hockey; Mar- 
bles; Occupations for children; Olympic 

games; Ping pong; Sports; Squash ball; 

Tennis; Tether ball; Toys 
Games and parties for children. Davison, 

G. L. 
Games book for boys and girls. 1906 Dut- 

ton $2.. 50 (4-6) 

"Indoor and outdoor games, tricks and puzzles, 
care of home pets, gardening, making collections, 
tying knots, and other interesting occupations. 
Not to be confused with a book with nearly the 
same title, published in 1897, containing less 
than half as many pages." A. L. A. bkl. 

Games for everybody. Hofmann, M. C. 



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Games for playtime and parties. Wilman, 

S. V. 
Games for the playground, home, school and 

gymnasium. Bancroft, J. H. 
Gammer Grethel. Grimm, J. L. K., and 

Grimm, W. K. 
Gaping, wide-mouth, waddling frog. See 

Crane, W., il. Buckle my shoe picture 

book 

Garbage 

Bond, A. R. Alaking soap from garbage 
In With the men who do things, p214- 
23 (6-8) 
Garden, The. Marvell, A. 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p271-3 
Garden behind the moon. Pyle, H. 
Garden book for young people. Louns- 

berry, A. 
Garden of Eden. Hodges, G: 
Gardening 

Beard, L. and A. B. Odd gardens 
In What a girl can make and do, p310- 
21 (.5-7) 
Campbell, H. L. Floriculture; Parlor- 
gardening 
/;; American girl's home book, p394-402 
(5-7) 
Duncan, F. Mary's garden and how it 

grew. 1904 (5-6) 
Duncan, F. When mother lets us garden. 

1909 (4-6) 
Fraser, C. C. Our garden 

In Every boy's book of handicraf_t, 
sports and amusements, p468-77 
(6-8) 
French, A. Beginner's garden book. 1914 

(6-8) 
The girl as gardener 

In Three hundred and one things a 
bright girl can do, p91-7 
Higgins, M. M. Little gardens for boys 

and girls. 1910 (5-7) 
Kelley, L. E. Gardens 

In Three hundred things a bright girl 
can do, p554-69 (7-8) 
Lounsberry, A. Garden book for young 

people. 1908 (6-8) 
Lucas, E: V. and E. G. 
In Three hundred games and pastimes, 
p259-91 (5-7) 
Outdoor gardening; Indoor gardening 
In Games book for boys and girls, p365- 
9 (4-6) 
Paine, A. B. Little garden calendar for 

boys and girls. 1905 
Parsons, H: G. Children's gardens for 

pleasure, health and education. 1910 
Shaw, E. E. Gardening and farming. 

1911 (6-8) - 
Verrill, A. H. Harper's book for young 
gardeners. 1914 (7-8) 

See also Botany; Farming; Flowers; 
Fruit; Landscape gardening; Market 
gardening; Plants; Seeds; Vegetables; 
Window gardens 

Stories 

Burnett, F. H. Secret garden (5-8) 
Gardening and farming. Shaw, E. E. 



Garfield, James Abram 

Bolton, S. K. James A. Garfield 
In Famous American statesmen, p361-99 
(7-8) 
Gilder, R: W. At the presidents grave; 
poem 
In Stevenson's Daj^s and deeds: verse, 
p256 (5-7) 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
James Abram Garfield 
In Days and deeds: prose, p291-7 (5-7) 

Garibaldi, Giuseppe 

Bolton, S. K. Giuseppe Garibaldi 
In Lives of poor bovs who became fa- 
mous, pi 72-86 '(7-8) 
Clark. F. B. Garibaldi and his prisoner 

/;; World's story, v5, pl35-9 
Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Gari- 
baldi 
/;; Famous men of modern times, p326- 
33 (4-6) 
Holland, R. S. Garibaldi 

/;; Historic boj^hoods, p225-37 (6-8) 
Quiller-Couch, A. T: 
In Roll call of honour, pl32-66 (8) 

Garland, Hamlin 

Boy life on the prairie. Harper $1.50 
(7-8) 

"Graphic descriptions of ploughing and sowing, 
herding cattle, spearing fish, hunting prairie 
chickens, killing rattlesnakes and hunting 
wolves." Pittsburgh 
— Same [excerpts]; with titles Prairie 
signs; Bov-life on the prairie 
In Our country: West, pl97-202, 212-16 
(4-6) 
Long trail. Harper $1.25 (6-7) 

"Adventures and hardships of a boy who fol- 
lowed the old Telegraph trail to the Klondike 
during the rush for gold in 1898." N. Y. city 

Garland for girls. Alc'ott, L. M. 

Gamett, Mrs. Louise Ayres 

Master Will of Stratford; a midwinter 
night's dream. 1916 Macmillan *50c 
"Will answer the demand for presentable mate- 
rial for immediate use. The boy Shakespeare is 
the principal figure in the play, which consists of 
a prologue, an epilogue, and three acts and fur- 
nishes parts for many boys and girls. Oberon, 
Titania and fairies are made to visit the youthful 
Shakespeare one New Year's eve in a dream. ' 
A. L. A. bkl. ^^. 

Muffin shop; il. by Hope Dunlap. 1908 
Rand $1 (2-3) 

"Rhymes and pictures of familiar Mother 
Goose characters who visit the Muffin man." Wis. 
free lib. com. 
Rhyming ring; il. by Hope Dunlap. Rand 
$1 

Garrard, Lewis Hector 

Grinnell, G: B. Boy in Indian camps 
In Beyond the old frontier, p237-74 (8) 

Garrison, Wendell Phillips 

Parables for school and home. 1898 
Longmans $1.25 (6-7) 

"Talks on kindness to animals, honesty, patriot- 
ism, the protection of public property, and other 
subjects." Hewins 

Garrison, William Lloyd 

Alcott, A. B. Garrison; poem 

In Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 
p257 (5-7) 
Axon, W: E. A. Mobbing of Garrison 

In Children's hour, v8, p89-94 (2-8) 



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185 



Garrison, William Lloyd — Continued 
Bolton, S. K. William Lloyd Garrison 
In Lives of poor boys who became fa- 
mous, pl56-71 (7-8) 
Morris, C: William Lloyd Garrison, the 
great emancipator 
In Heroes of progress in America, 
pl92-8 (7-8) 
Gary, Indiana 

Hotchkiss, C. W. 

In Representative cities of the United 
States, pl34-46 (6-8) 

Gas 

Carpenter, F. G: How gas is made 
In How the world is housed, p291-9 
(5-7) 
Chase, A., and Clow, E. Something about 
gas 
In Stories of industry, vl, p25-30 (5-7) 
Martin, E: A. 

In Story of a piece of coal, pi 11-24 
(7-8) 
Mowry, W: A: and A. M. Illummating 
gas 
In American inventions and inventors, 
p81-4 (5-8) 
Williams, A. 

In How it works, p394-409 (7-8) 

See also Natural gas 
Gas and oil engines 

Verrill, A. H. Harper's gasoline engine 

book. 1914 (8) 
Williams, A. Internal-combustion engine 

In How it works, p87-lll (7-8) 
Woodhull, J: F. Electrical sparking 
equipment for a gasolene engine 
In Electricitv and its ever3'day uses, 
pi 78-203 (6-8) 
Gas engines. See Gas and oil engines 
Gask, Lilian 

Folk tales from many lands. Crowell 
*$1.50' (3-5) 

"Good collection of 23 fairy and folk tales 
gathered from many countries." Jordan 

True stories about dogs. Crowell *$1.50 
(5-8) 

"Exceedingly interesting to lovers of dogs. The 
stories are well told and will be loved by children, 
The influence will, I think, be toward greater 
kindness to animals." Celia M. Houghton 

Gaspee (ship) 

Blaisdell, A. F., and Ball, F. K. Destruc- 
tion of the Gaspee 
/;; Heroic deeds of American sailors, 
pl5-29 (5-8) 
Gates, Eleanor 

Biographv of a prairie girl. Grosset 75c 
(8) 

"Child life on a Dakota farm." N. Y. state lib. 

Gates, Mrs. Josephine Scribner (Peabody) 

Little girl blue. Houghton *50c (1-3) 

"Who lived in the woods until she learned to 
say 'please!' " Olcott 
Story of live dolls. Bobbs *$1.2S (2-3) 
How, on a certain June morning, all the dolls 
in the village of Cloverdale came alive 

Gateways 

Beard, D. C. Gateways for permanent 
camps or country houses 
In Handicraft for outdoor boys, pl56-65 
New ideas for out of doors, pl56-65 
(6-8) 



Gathering song of Donald the Black. See 
Scott, W. Pibroch of Donald Dhu 

Gatty, Mrs. Margaret (Scott) 

Parables from nature. 2v 1905 Macmillan 
*$1.50; Dutton (Everyman's lib.) *40c; 
lib binding *50c (5-7) 
Spiritual lessons drawn from nature 

Gaunt gray wolf. Wallace, D. 
Gawaine, Sir 

Macleod, M. Marriage of Sir Gawaine 
In Book of ballad stories, p36-45 (4-6) 

Gay goss hawk 

In Macleod's Book of ballad stories, 
pl64-71 

Gayley, Charles Mills 

(ed.) Classic myths in English litera- 
ture, based chiefly on Bulfinch's Age of 
fable. Ginn *$1.50- (7-8) 

Gayley, Charles Mills, and Flaherty, Martin 
Charles 

(comps.) Poetry of the people. 1903 Ginn 
*60c; school ed *50c (7-8) 

Comprising poems illustrative of the history and 
national spirit of England, Scotland, Ireland and 
America 

Gaynor, Jessie L., and Riley, Mrs. Alice 
Gushing (Donaldson) 

Songs of the child world, nos. 1, 2 and 3. 
Words by Alice C. D. Riley; music by 
Jessie L. Gaynor. 3v Church ea $1 

"Excellent collection of songs for kindergartens 
and elementary grades." Wis. free lib. com. 

Geese 

Comstock, A. B. The goose 
In Pet book, p207-12 (5-8) 
Johonnot, J. 

In Friends in feathers and fur, p30-6 
(3-4) 
Miller, O. T. Slandered bird 

In Little folks in feathers and fur, pll7- 
19 (3-5) 
Sharp, D. L. Wild geese 
In Beyond the pasture bars, p25-34 
(4-6) 

Stories 

Pierson, C. D. Goose who wanted her 
own way 
In Among the farmyard people, pl49-59 
(3-4) 
Pyle, K. Graywings 
In Stories of humble friends, pl83-8 
(3-4) 
Seton. E. T. Wild geese of Wyndygoul 
In Wild animal ways, p209-21 

Gems. See Precious stones 
Generals. See names of generals 

Generosity 
Cabot. E. L. 

In Ethics for children, p4-9, 39-42 (1-6) 
Cabot, E. L., and others 

In Course in citizenship, p30-5 (1-8) 
Grenfell, W. T. Given t'o hospitality 

In World's story, vll, p260-70 

Geneva, Switzerland 

Ruskin, J: Geneva and the Rhone 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p277-85 (7-8) 

Genevieve. Portor, L. S. 



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Genghis Khan 

Baldwin, J. King and his hawk 
III Fifty famous stories retold, pi 13-18 
(2-4) 
Johnston, C: H. L. Genghis Khan, the 
perfect warrior 
In Famous cavalry leaders, p35-52 (6-8) 
Petis de la Croix, F. Jenghiz Khan, the 
"perfect warrior;" Jenghiz Khan cap- 
tures Peking 
In World's story, vl, p92-6 

Genn, C. T. 

Rome. (Peeps at great cities) 1911 Mac- 
millan *60c (6-8) 

"Pleasant bknding of history and description, 
with chapters on ancient and modern customs and 
festivals, the Colosseum, the Vatican, the Corso, 
etc., ending with a chapter on Garibaldi. At- 
tractive illustrations in color." A. L. A. bkl. 

Genoa, Italy 

Stockton, F. R: 

III Personally conducted, p20-38 (6-7) 

Genseric 

Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Gen- 
seric the Vandal 
In Famous men of the middle ages, 
p46-54 (4-6) 
Tappan, E. M. Genseric the Vandal 
In Old world hero stories, pt2, pl6-18 
(6-8) 

Gentians 

Bryant, W: C. Fringed gentian; poem _ 
In MacDonald and Blaisdell's Child 
life, v5, pi 66 
Strong's All the j^ear round, vl, p44 
Thacher's Listening child, p235 
Strong, F. L., ed. The gentians; Legend 
of the gentian 
In All the year round, vl, p40-3 (3-4) 

Gentle heritage. Crompton, F. E. 
Gentleman of France. Weyman, S. J: 
Geographical readers. See Readers, Geo- 
graphical 

Geographical stories, retold from St. Nich- 
olas. See St. Nicholas, Stories retold 
from 

Geography 
Darwin, C: 

In What Mr. Darwin saw in his voyage 
round the world in the ship "Bea- 
gle," pl41-68 (5-8) 
Dunton, L., ed. Glimpses of the world, 

v2. 1889 (2-3) 
Fairbanks, H. W. Home geography for 

primary grades. 1903 (3-4) 
Johonnot, J., ed. Geographical reader 

(7-8) 
Kellogg, E. M. C. Australia and the is- 
lands of the sea. 1898 (6-7) 
King, C: F. Picturesque geographical 

readers. 6v 1889-98 (3-7) 
Lane, M. A. L., ed. Under sunny skies 

(5-7) 
Morris, C: Home life in all lands, vl-2. 

1907-09 (6-8) 
Northern Europe (5-7) 
Smith, M. C. Our own countrv. 1892 

(4-6) 
Tarr, R. S., and McAlurry, F. M. New 

geographies. 2v 1910 (3-6) 



Tolman, S. W. C, and others. Around 
the world. 5v 1908-10 (1-6) 

W'inslow. I: O. Earth and its people. 
1910 (4-6) 

See also Antarctic regions; Arctic re- 
gions; Discoveries (in geography); 
Earth; Explorers; Islands; Names, 
Geographical; Readers, Geographical; 
Travels; Voyages; also names of places 

Geography, Commercial 

Adams. C. C. Text-book of commercial 
geography. 1911 (7-8) 

Geography and history 

Shaler, N. S. Effect of the form of North 
America on the history of the col- 
onists from Europe and their descend- 
ants; Commercial condition of North 
America 
In Story of our continent, p233-78 (7-8) 

Geography readers. See Winslow, I: O. 

Geological survey. See United States- 
Geological survey 

Geology 

Fairbanks, H. W. Stories of the rocks 

and minerals. 1903 (7-8) 
Hazard, B. E., and Dutton, S: T. 

/;; Indians and pioneers, pi 1-27 (6-7) 
Heilprin, A. Earth and its story. 1911 

Herrick, S. B. Earth in past ages (6-7) 
Holden, E: S. Geology 

In Real things in nature, pl36-82 (7) 
Kingsley, C: Madam How and Lady 

Why (5) 
Rogers, J. E. Earth and sky every child 

should know. 1910 (5-7) 
Shaler, N. S. First book in geology 

(7-8) 
Shaler, N. S. Story of our continent. 

1892 (7-8) 
Wright, J. M. 

In Seaside and wayside, v4, pl-38, 78- 
151 (5-6) 
See also CoaL; Fossils; Geysers; Min- 
erals; Mines and mining; Petroleum; 

Rocks; Volcanoes 

George, Saint 

Chenoweth, C. V. Saint George 

In Stories of the saints, pi 1-39 (5-6) 
Herbertson, A. G. St. George and the 
dragon 
In Heroic legends, p221-33 (5-8) 
Lansing, M. F. Order of St. George 
In Page, esquire, and knight, pl44-S4 
(4-6) 
]\Iabie, H. W., ed. St. George 

In Heroes every child should know, 
p52-8 (6-7) 
Scudder, H. E., comp. St. George and the 
dragon 
In Book of legends, pll-15 (3-5) 
Steedman, A. Saint George 

In In God's garden, pi 19-27 (4-5) 

George, Marian M. 

(ed.) Little journey to Alaska and 
Canada. (Lib. of travel) 1901 Flana- 
gan 50c (5-6) 
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George, M. M. — Continued 

(ed.) Little journey to Balkans, 
European Turkey and Greece. (Lib. 
of travel) 1905 Flanagan 50c (5-6) 

"Little journey to Balkans and European Tur- 
key" is by F. J : Koch 

(ed.) Little journey to China [and 
Japan]. (Lib. of travel) 1901 Flana- 
gan 50c (5-6) 

(ed.) Little journey to Cuba [and Porto 
Rico]. (Lib. of travel) Flanagan 50c 
(5-6) 

(ed.) Little journey to England [and 
Wales]. (Lib. of travel) 1901 Flanagan 
50c • (5-6) 

(ed.) Little journey to France and 
Switzerland. (Lib. of travel) 1902 
Flanagan 50c (5-6) 

(ed.) Little journey to Germany. (Lib. 
of travel) 1902 Flanagan 50c (5-6) 

Contents: North Germany; Rhineland 

(ed.) Little journey to Hawaii and the 
Philippine islands. (Lib. of travel) 
1901 Flanagan 50c (5-6) 

(ed.) Little journey to Holland, Belgium 
and Denmark, by M. L Dean and ]\L AL 
George. (Lib. of travel) 1902 Flanagan 
50c (5-6) 

(ed.) Little journey to Italy; and Spain 
and Portugal. (Lib. of travel) Flanagan 
50c (5-6) 

"Little journey to Italy" is by C. F. Whitcomb 

(ed.) Little journey to Mexico [and 
Central America]. (Lib. of travel) 
Flanagan 50c (5-6) 

(ed.) Little journey to Norway and 
Sweden, bv L. E. Randall. (Lib. of 
travel) 1904-06 Flanagan 50c (5-6) 

(ed.) Little journey to our western won- 
derland [California], by F. J: Koch. 
(Lib. of travel) Flanagan 50c (5-6) 

(ed.) Little journey to Russia and Aus- 
tria-Hungary. (Lib. of travel) 1906 
Flanagan 50c (5-6) 

" 'Little journey to Austria-Hungary' is by F. J. 
Koch." Pittsburgh 

(ed.) Little journey to Scotland and Ire- 
land. (Lib. of travel) Flanagan 50c 
(5-6) 

"Little journey to Scotland" is by C. F. Whit- 
comb 

Little journey to South Africa and up the 
east coast, by J. R. White and A. Smith. 
(Lib. of travel) 1908 Flanagan 50c (5-7) 

George, William Reuben 

Wade, M. H. B. The magician of sym- 
pathy 
/;; Wonder-workers, p54-94 (6-8) 

Georgia 

Harris, J. C. Stories of Georgia (8) 
See also Savannah; also Oglethorpe, 
J. E. 

Stories 
Baylor, F. C. Georgian bungalow (4-5) 
Pendleton, L. King Tom and the run- 
aways {6-7) 
Georgian bungalow. Baylor, F. C. 



Geraniums 

Lane, AL A. L. and AI., eds. Geraniums 
and nasturtiums 
In All the year round, v4, pl7-19 (3-4) 
Alorley, AL W. Geranium family 
In Flowers and their friends, p84-91 
(4-5) 

Gerard, our little Belgian cousin. Alans- 
field, B. AI. 

Gerda in Sweden. AlacDonald, E. A. B., 
and Dalrymple, J. 

German household tales. Grimm, J. L. K. 
and W. K. 

German poetry 

Goodwin, A. H., comp. and tr. Rhymes 
from the Rhineland. 1913 (3-8) 

Lefler, H., and Urban, J. Kling-klang 
gloria 

Olfers, S. V. Etwas von den wiirzelkin- 
dern 

Olfers, S. V. Was Alarilenchen erlebte! 
Olfers, S. V. Windchen 

Germany 

Germany 

In World's story, v7, pl-278 

Description and travel 
Carpenter, F. G: In the German empire 

In Europe, p 186-248 (5-6) 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: German 
empire; River Rhine 
In Europe, p83-107 (5-7) 
George, AI. AL, ed. Little journey to 

Germany. 1902 (5-6) 
Aloncrieff, A. R. H. Germany 

In World, p34-9 (6-8) 
Sidgwick, C. U. Germany. 1909 (7-8) 
Winslow, I: O. 
In Europe, p99-114 (4-6) 
See also Berlin; Rhine river 

Folklore 
Guerber, H. A. Legends of the Rhine 

(7-8) 
Schmidt, F. Gudrun {6-7) 
Schmidt, F. Nibelungs (6-7) 
See also Nibelungenlied 

History 
Aston, F. Stories from German history, 

from ancient times to the year 1648. 

1915 (6-8) 
Dutton, M.. B. Little stories of Germany. 

1907 (5-6) 
Finnemore, J: Germany. 1913 (7-8) 
Finnemore, J: Short history of Germany. 

1915 (7-8) 

Reprint from plates of his "Germany," 19 13 

Gilman, A., ed. In the German woods 
long ago 

In Magna charta stories, pl41-56 (6-8) 
Kiihn, F. Barbarossa. 1906 {6-7) 
Alarshall, H. E. History of Germany [to 

1888]. 1913 (6-8) 
Morris, C: Historical tales: German. 1908 

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Germany — History — Coniiniied 

Yonge, C. M. Young folks' history of 
Germany [to William I] (,6-7) 

See also Franco-German war; Seven 
years' war; Thirty years' war; also 
Arminius, prince of the Cherusci; Bis- 
mark, Prince von; Charles V, emperor 
of Germany; Frederick I, Barbarossa; 
Frederick II, emperor of the Holy 
Roman empire; Frederick the Great, 
king of Prussia; Henry I, king of Ger- 
many; Henry IV, emperor of Germany; 
Louisa, queen of Prussia; William I; 
William II 

Industries and resources 

Blaich, L. R. 
In Three industrial nations, pl08-53 
(6-8) 

Painting 
See Painting, German 
Social conditions 
Blaich, L. R. Political and social con- 
ditions in modern Germany 
In Three industrial nations, pl54-71 
(6-8) 
Social life and customs 
Andrews, J. Louise, the child of the 
beautiful River Rhine 
In Seven little sisters, p85-97 (3-4) 
MacDonald, E. A. B., and Dalrymple, J. 

Fritz in Germany (5-7) 
Miiller, M. Elsbeth. 1914 (5-6) 
Wade, M. H. B. Our little German 
cousin. 1904 (4-6) 
Stories 
Baldwin, M. Popular girl (5-7) 
Crichton, F. E. Peep-in-the-world (4-5) 
Knapp, A. Boy and the baron (6-7) 
Pyle, H. Otto of the silver hand ^(5-7) 
Rhoden, E. v. Obstinate maid. (6-7) 
Taylor, B. Two herd-boys 

In Boys of other countries, pl29-47 
(4-6) 
\ onge, C. M. Dove in the eagles nest 
(7-8) 
See also Franco-German war — Stories 
Germs. See Bacteria 

Geronimo 

Johnston, C: H. L. Geronimo: the ter- 
rible Apache 
In Famous Indian chiefs, p398-409 (5-8) 

Gerrymander 

Guerber, H. A. The gerrymander 

In Story of the great republic, p72-5 
C^-7) 
Gettysburg, Battle of, 1863 

Badeau, A. Pickett's charge at Gettys- 
burg 
In Barstow's Civil war, pl80-4 (4-8) 
Kieffer, H. M. A drummer-boy at Gettys- 
burg 
In Civil war stories, retold from St. 
Nicholas, pl04-21 (5-6) 
Wood, E. 
/" Boys' book of battles, p225-33 (6-8) 



Poetry 

Harte, B. John Burns of Gettysburg 
In Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 
p237-40 
World's story, vl3, p384-7 
Stedman, E. C. Gettysburg 
In Hart and Stevens's Romance of the 
civil war, p321-7 (6-8) 
Stories 
Altsheler, J. A. Star of Gettysburg (6-8) 
Goss, W. L. 

In Jed, p248-61 (7-8) 
King, C: Between the lines (8) 
Singmaster, E. Emmeline 
Stoddard, W: O. Battle of New York 
(6-7) 
Gettysburg address. See Lincoln, Abraham 
Geysers 

Houston, E. J. 
In W'onder book of volcanoes and earth- 
quakes, pl98-204 (7-8) 
Johonnot, J., ed. 

In Geographical reader, pl43-58 (7-8) 
Taylor, B. ^^'aiting for the great gej'^ser 
to spout 
In W^orld's stor.v, v8, p398-405 

Ghost stories 

Irving, \\'. Dolph Heyliger (5-6) 

Giant of three wars. Barnes, J. 

Giant sun and his family. Proctor, M. 

Giants 

Fuller, E. Book of friendly giants (3-5) 
See also Fairy tales 

Gibbon, Edward 

Wright, H. C. History in the 18th cen- 
tury 
In Children's stories in English litera- 
ture, v2, p300-9 (7-8) 
Gibbon, J. M. 

(ed.) Old King Cole. (True annals of 
fairyland) Dutton $1.50; (Everymans 
lib.) *40c; lib binding *50c (3-4) 

"Old fairy tales from many sources retold by 
the fiddlers three of Old King Cole." N. Y. state 
lib. 

Gibraltar 
Lang, J: Gibraltar 

/); Chisholm's Stories for the ten-year- 
old, pl53-61 
Lang, J: Gibraltar and the West Indies. 
1909 (8) 
Gibraltar, Siege of 

stories 
Seawell, M. E. Rock of the lion (7-8) 
Gibraltar and the West Indies. Lang, J: 
Gibson, Charles R. 

Stars and their mysteries. 1915 Lippin- 
cott *$1 
Gibson, Charlotte Chaffee 

In eastern wonderlands. 1906 Little *$1.30 
(6-7) 
Published also under title "In the golden East 
"A real journey around the world, taken by 
three real children." N. Y. city 

Gibson, William Hamilton 

Blossom hosts and insect guests. New- 
son 80c (7-8) 
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Gibson, William Hamilton — Continued 
Eye spy: atield with nature. Harper *$2.50 
(6-8) . 

"One of the most attractive nature books ever 
written." Prentice and Power 

Secrets out of doors, told and illustrated. 
1913 Harper *65c; school ed 50c (6-8) 

Contents: Odd ways of insects; Glimpses of 
wild life; Curiosities of plants 

Selections from his "Eye spy," "Sharp eyes," 
and other books 

"Not formal nature study. It is rather a walk 
and talk with a keen artist-naturalist who points 
out to boys and girls the strange things of the 
w-oods and fields. (Introduction)." Pittsburgh 
Sharp eyes. 1892 Harper *$2.50 (7-8) 

Squirrels, butterflies, moths, bees, flies, fungi, 
nests, weeds, frogs, seeds, birds, wasps, flowers, 
etc. 

Giddy-go-round: tale of a wooden horse; 
il. by Madeline Hall. Warne *75c (1-3) 
"Delightful little picture book." A. L. A. bkl. 

Gift of the fairies. Syrett, N. 

Ill Six fairy tale plays for children, p97- 
133 
Gifts 

Grubb, ]M. B. When mother lets us make 

gifts. 1914 (4-5) 
Paret, A. P., ed. 
In Harper's handy-book for girls, p269- 
89 (7-8) 
See also Christmas — Gifts 

Gilbert, Ariadne 

More than conquerors. 1914 Century 
*$1.25 (6-8) 

"Well written sketches of Beethoven, Lainb, 
Scott, Irving, Emerson, Agassiz, Thackeray, Liv- 
ingstone, Pasteur, Brooks, Stevenson, Saint Gau- 
dens, Lincoln, from an interesting point of view. 
Will be useful to the older children either for 
reading or reference. Published in St. Nicholas." 
A. L. A. bkl. 

Gilbert, Charles B. See Harris, A. V., jt. 
comp. 

Gilbert, Henry 

King Arthur's knights: the tales re-told 
for boys and girls; il. by Walter Crane. 
Stokes $1.60 (5-8) 

Robin Hood and the men of the green- 
wood; il. by Walter Crane. Stokes $1.60 
(5-7) 

"Illustrations of considerable charm, but the 
text not wholly satisfactory, as a number of in- 
vented incid-ents make it less vigorous than Pyle's 
version." Cleveland 

Gilbert, Sir Humphrey 

Baldwin, J. Sir Humphrey Gilbert 
In Fifty famous stories retold, p53-4 
(2-4) ■ _ 

Higginson, T: W. Sir Humphrey Gil- 
bert 
In Young folks' book of American ex- 
plorers, pl68-74 (6-8) 

Gilbert, Mrs. Joseph. See Taylor, Ann 

Gilchrist, Beth Bradford 

Helen and the Find-out club. Penn *$1.25 
(6-8) 

Sequel to "Helen and the uninvited guests" 
Helen and the uninvited guests. Penn 
*$1.25 (6-8) 
Sequel to "Helen over the wall" 
Helen over the wall. Penn *$1.25 (6-8) 

"Attractive, rather fanciful story for girls about 
twelve. Helen, imaginative, lively and quick- 
tempered, goes reluctantly to spend a month with 
an invalid aunt." N. Y. state lib. 



Gilder, Jeannette Leonard 

(comp.) Heart of youth, young people's 
poems gay and grave. 1911 Sturgis & 
Walton *$1.25 (6-8) 

Gilder, Richard Watson 

Bolton, S. K. Richard Watson Gilder 
In Famous American authors, p309-25 
(7-8) 

Gilliat, Edward 

Forest outlaws. Button $1.50 (4-6) 

"Boy and girl life in English cloisters during 
the 1 2th century, also adventures with the forest 
outlaws, Robin Hood and Clym of the Clough." 
Pittsburgh 

In Lincoln green [story of Robin Hood]. 

Button $1.50 (4-6) 
Wolf's head. Button $1.50 (4-6) 

Sequel to "In Lincoln green" 
Th-e whole cycle of Robin Hood legends is 
woven into this story 

Gillie, Robert Calder 

Kinsfolk and friends of Jesus. 1908 Mac- 
millan *$1.50 (6-7) 

"Sequel to 'The story of stories,' told in sim- 
ple language. Illustrations from famous paint- 
ings." Arnold 

Story of stories. 1907 Macmillan *$1.50 
(6-7) 

"One of the best, if not the best, of the lives 
of Christ written for young people. (Hunt)" Wis. 
free lib. com. 

"The language is simple and dignified, and the 
words of the Gospels, whenever used, are given 
without variation. Fully illustrated from photo- 
graphs of famous paintings." Arnold 

Gillmore, Inez Haynes 

Maida's little shop. Huebsch $1.25 (5-7) 
"Tells very simply and prettily_ of the health 
and happiness that came to a little _ sick girl, 
daughter of a wealthy man, in managing a little 
candy-and-toy shop. Brings out the child's dis- 
regard of social distinctions and the value of good 
breeding." A. L. A. bkl. 

Gilman, Arthur 

Colonization of America. (Historical 

readers, v2) Lothrop 45c (4-5) 
Biscovery and exploration of America. 

(Historical readers, vl) Lothrop 40c 

(4-5) 
(ed.) Magna charta stories. Lothrop $1 

(6-8) 

"Notable instances in the world's history of 
men inspired to do great deeds by love of lib- 
erty." N. Y. city 

Making of the American nation. (His- 
torical readers, v3) Lothrop 50c (4-5) 

"Short political history." N. Y. city 

Gilman, Bradley 

Robert E. Lee. (True stories of great 
Americans) 1915 Macmillan *50c (6-8)- 

Son of the desert. Century $1.50 

"Adventures of an American boy in Egypt. 
Captured by a band of brigands, he is rescued by 
a Bedouin he has aided to escape froni prison. 
The author's desire to impart information occa- 
sionally gets the better of his story-telling. At- 
tractive in makeup and illustration. Published in 
'St. Nicholas.' " A. L. A. bkl. 

Gilman, Elizabeth Hale 

Housekeeping. (Work and play books) 
1911 Boubleday *$1 (6-8) 

"Suggestions about all sorts of housekeeping 
matters, such as planning work, keeping accounts, 
care of fittings and furniture, marketing, cooking, 
washing and ironing." Pittsburgh 

Gingerbread man. Fable, L. 



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Ginn, Edwin ^. , , , 

(ed.) Plutarch's Lives; Clough s transla- 
tion; abridged and annotated for 
schools. Ginn *65c; school ed M5c 
(6-7) 

Giotto di Bondone 

Baldwin, J. Shepherd boy painter 

In Fifty famous people, p62-6 (1-3) 
Gather, K. D. Shepherd lad of Tuscany 
In Boyhood stories of famous men, 
pl39-55 (6-8) 
Glement, G. E. 

/;; Stories of art and artists, p44-9 (7-8) 
Keysor, J. E. 

In Great artists, v5, p5-48 (^-/) 
Steedman, A. Giotto 
In Knights of art, pl-12 

When they were children [con- 
densed], pl3-18 (6-8) 
Thomson, A. E. The shepherd-boy of 
Vespignano 
In Stories of the middle ages, retold 
from St. Nicholas, pl78-90 (5-8) 

Gipsies 

Fletcher, M. Gypsy music 

In World's story, v6, p404-7 
Forster-Bovill, W. B. -How the gypsies 
saved the Archduke; Gypsy bands 

In World's story, v6, p401-4 

Giraffes 

Wood, C. D. 

In Animals, p36-8 (4-7) 

Girard, Stephen 

Faris, J: T. Stephen Girard 

In Winning their way, p 119-25 (7-8) 
Morris, C: Stephen Girard, the friend of 
the orphan 
In Heroes of progress in America, pl07- 
14 (7-8) 

Girl from the Big Horn country. Chase, 

yi. E. 

Girls 

Bolton, S. K. Lives of girls who became 

famous. 1886 (7-8) 
Brooks, E. S. Historic girls (6-7) 
Coolidge, S. Girls of the far North 

In Mischief's Thanksgiving and other 
stories, p84-162 (4) 
Holland, R. S. Historic girlhoods. 1910 

(6-8) 
Sweetser, K. D. Ten girls from histor5\ 

1912 (6-8) 
See also Camp fire girls; Children; 

Girls' clubs; Girls' rooms 

Girls and boys. France, A. 
Girls* book of famous queens. Farmer, 
L. H. 

Girls' clubs 

Beard, L. and A. B. 
In American girl's handv book, p537-46 
(5-7) 
Kelley. L. E. 
In Three hundred things a bright girl 
can do, p618-24 (7-8) 

Girls' make-at-home things. Bailej^ C. S. 
Girls of Fairmount. Baker, E. A. 
Girls of Gardenville. Rankin, C. W. 



Girls' rooms 

Paret, A. P., ed. What can be done in 
sleeping-rooms; Possibilities of win- 
dows 
In Harper's handy-book for girls, p3-21 
(7-8) 
Girls who became famous. Bolton, S. K. 
Girty, Simon 
Beard. D. C. 
In Boy pioneers, p51-5 (5-8) 

Glaciers 

Hayes, I: L Escaping from a glacier 

In World's story, v8, p478-85 
Johonnot, J., ed. Mountains and glaciers 
In Geographical reader, pl-19 (7-8) 
See also Icebergs 
Gladden, Washington 

Santa Claus on a lark, and other Christ- 
mas stories. Century $1.25 (4-5) 

Other stories: A Christmas dinner with the 
man in the moon; Tom Noble's Christmas; 
Strange adventures of a wood-sled; An angel in 
an ulster; Mr. Haliburton Todd's surprise party; 
Emil's Christmas gift; Santa Claus in the pulpit 

Gladstone, William Ewart 

Faris, J: T. William E. Gladstone 

/;; Winning their way, p233-40 (7-8) 
Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. William 
Ewart Gladstone 
In Famous men of modern times, p334- 
43 (5-6) 
Gladwin, William Zachary. See Zollinger, 
G., pseud. 

Glass 

Bassett, S. W. Story of glass. 1916 
Carpenter, F. G: Trip to fairyland; Visit 
to a glass factory 
/;; How the world is housed, pl88-204 
(5-7) 
Chamberlain, J. F. Glass 

In How we are sheltered, p 146-9 (4-5) 
Chase, A., and Clow, E. Visit to the glass 
w^orks 
In Stories of industry, vl, pl47-57 (5-7) 
Rocheleau, W: F. 
In Great American industries, v3, p37-74 
(5-7) ^ , 

Williams, A. Manufacture of glass 
In How it is made, pi 17-31 (7-8) 
See also Stained glass 

Glaucus 

Carpenter, E. J. Glaucus 
/;; Long ago in Greece, p239-47 (6-7) 
Glengarry school daj's. Connor, R. 
Glenloch girls. Remick, G. M. 
Glenloch girls abroad. Remick, G. M. 

Glenloch girls at Camp West. Remick 
G. M. 

Glenloch girls' club. Remick, G. M. 

Gliders. See Airships 

Glimpses of the animate world. Johonnot, 
J., ed. 

Glimpses of the world. Dunton, L., ed. 

Glooscap the great chief. Partridge, E. N. 

Glover, Ellye Howell 

"Dame Curtsev's" book of candy making. 
1913 McClurg *50c (5-8) 



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Glover, EUye Howell — ContUincd 

(ed.) "Dame Curtsey's" book of games 
for children. 1914 AlcClurg *5Uc (3-8) 

"Helpful and practical book for mothers and 
teachers. Gives many suggestions for games 
which can be played at parties for children from 
three to fifteen years of age, with advice often- 
times on refreshments and decorations. Topical 
index." A. L. A. bkl. 

Gloves 

Carpenter, F. G: Gloves 

In How the world is clothed, pl70-5 
(4-5) 
Chamberlain, J. F. Fair of gloves 

III How we are clothed, p 192-6 (4-5) 
Tappan, E. M. "Kid" gloves 

In ]\Iakers of many things, pl6-24 (5-6) 

Gluck, Christoph Willibald von 

Lillie, L. C. W. Christoph Willibald von 
Gluck 
In Story of music and musicians, pl06- 
13 (6-8) 
Smith, H. Gluck — the opera 

In Founders of music, p27-32 (7-8) 

Goats 

Comstock, A. B. The goat 
In Pet book, p51-4 (5-8) 
Johonnot, J. Mountain milk-givers 

In Neighbors with claws and hoofs, 
pl90-5 (5-6) 
Monteith, J: and C. Billy and Nanny — 
the goats 
In Some useful animals, p29-34 (2-3) 
Morris, C: Bearded goat 

In Home life in all lands, v3, pl58-65 
(6-8) 
Roosevelt, T. 

/;/. Good hunting, p81-92 (7-8) 
Wood, C. D. 

In Animals, p29-31 (4-7) 
Wright, M. O. Mountain goat 
In Four-footed Americans, p245-6 (7-8) 
Stories 
Edwards, H. S. Woodhaven goat 
In Evans and others. Farm life read- 
ers, bk5, p343-55 (4-6) 

Godfrey Martin, schoolboy. Turley, C: 
Godfrey of Bouillon 

Greene, F. N., and Kirk, D. W. Godfrey 
and the first crusade 
In With spurs of gold, p89-138 (6-7) 
Lansing, M. F. Godfrey, a knight of the 
crusades 
In Page, esquire, and knight, pl25-42 
(4-6) 

Godolphin, Mary 

Aesop's fables; retold. Button 50c; Mc- 
Kay 50c (2-3) 

(ed.) Defoe, D. Robinson Crusoe. But- 
ton 50c; Educational 50c (2-4) 

Gods and heroes. Francillon, R. E: 

God's troubadour. Jewett, S. 

Godwin 

Price, L. L. Godwin and Knut 
In Wandering heroes, pl71-90 (3-5) 

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 

Baldwin, J. ]\lignon 
In Fifty famous stories retold, pl67-72 
(2-4) 



Dutton, M. B. Johann Wolfgang von 
Goethe 
/;;. Little stories of Germany, pl35-8 
(5-6) 
Steedman, A. Goethe 

In When they were children, pi 16-29 
(6-8) 

Gold 

Allen, N. B. Gold and silver 

In Industrial studies: United States, 
pl84-20S (5-8) 
Blaich, L. R. 
In Three industrial nations, p263-72 
(6-8) 
Carpenter, F. G; Gold mines of South 
Africa — Johannesburg 
In Africa, p303-9 (6-7) 
Carpenter, F. G: Gold mining in Austra- 
lia 
//; Australia, p39-43 (6-7) 
Carpenter, F. G: Visit to a gold mine 

In North America, p239-48 (5-6) 
Chamberlain, J. F. Gold 

In How we are' clothed, p222-5 (4-5) 
Chase, A., and Clow, E. Gold 

In Stories of industry, vl, p37-44 (5-7) 
Brake, S: A. Gold in California and 
what it led to 
In Making of the great West, p269-88 
(6-8) 
Hittell, J: S. Discovery of gold in Cali- 
fornia 
In Barstow's Westward movement, 
pl75-91 (4-8) 
Holland, R. S. Golden days of 'forty- 
nine; Story of Alaska 
In Historic adventures, pl81-202, 264-74 
(6-8) 
Kelley, J. G: Gold and its production; 
Visit to a gold mine 
In Boy mineral collectors, p58-80, 101- 
13 (7-8) 
Lang, W. H. Gold, gold, gold! 
In World's story, vl, p484-93 
McMurry, C: A. Discovery of gold and 
trip to California in '49 
In Pioneers of the Rocky mountains 
and the West, p94-113 (5-6) 
Markwick, W: F., and Smith, W: A. 
Gold-mining in Bolivia 
In South American republics, pl69-72 
(5-7) 
Rocheleau, W: F. Gold and silver 
In Great American industries, vl, pl63- 
89 (5-7) 
Samuel, E. L Story of gold and silver. 

1911 
Tappan, E. M. At the gold diggings 

In Diggers in the earth, p39-47 (5-6) 
Waite, E. G. Pioneer mining 

In Barstow's Westward movement, 
p 192-8 (4-8) 
White, "S. E: Gold (8) 
Wright, H. C. Discovery of gold 

In Children's stories of American prog- 
ress, p279-98 (5-6) 
See also Coins; Gold (as money); 
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Gold (as money) , . , , r 

Du Puy. W: A. Accumulating hoards ot 

In Uncle Sam's modern miracles, p202- 
12 (8) 

Gold-bug. Poe, E. A. 

Gold-seeking on the Dalton trail. Thomp- 
son, A. R. 

Golden age of myth and legend. Bulfinch. 
T: 

Golden arrow. Hall, R. 

Golden bird 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v3, 
pl48-56 

Golden fleece. See Argonauts 
Golden fleece. Baldwin, J. 
Golden galleon. Leighton, R. 
Golden goose. Tappan, E. M., tr. 
Golden goose book. Brooke, L. L., il. 
Golden mermaid, and other stories. Lang, 
A., ed. 

Golden numbers. Wiggin, K. D. S., and 
Smith, N. A., eds. 

Golden porch. Hutchinson, W. M. L. 

Golden rule 

Cabot, E. L., and others 
In Course in citizenship, p81-5 (1-8) 

Golden spears and other fairy tales. Leamy, 

E. 
Golden staircase. Chisholm, L., comp. 

Golden touch [King Midas] 

In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 

to literature, v2, pl6-17 
Francillon's Gods and heroes, p41-8 
Johonnot's Grandfather's stories, 

p33-44 
MacDonald and Blaisdell's Child life 

v2, pi 53-8 
Poulsson's In the child's world, p213- 

14 
Thaxter's Stories and poems for 

children, pl89-96 

Golden treasur}\ Palgrave, F. T. 

Golden treasury of the best songs and l3'ric 
poems in English. Palgrave, F. T., 
comp. 

Golden tripod 

Baldwin, J. 
/;; Fifty famous people, pl77-87 (1-3) 

Golden windows. Richards, L. E. H. 

Goldenrod 
Andrews, J. Golden-rod and asters 

In Stories Mother Nature told her chil- 
dren, pl26-31 (3-5) 
Lovejoy, AI. I., comp Goldenrod; poetry 
In Nature in verse, pl93-5 (4-7) 

Goldfinch 

Wilson, A. American goldfinch 

In Weed's Bird life stories, v2, pll-13 
(5-8) 

Goldfish 

Comstock, A. B. 
In Pet book, p226-32 (5-8) 



Golding, Vautier 

Story of David Livingstone. (Children's 
heroes ser.) 1906 Button *50c (6-7) 

"Clear, simple account of Livingstone's pioneer 
work in Africa as explorer, medical missionary 
and suppressor of the slave trade." N. Y. state 
lib. 
Story of Henry M. Stanley. (Children's 
heroes ser.) 1906 Button *50c (6-7) 
Goldsmith, Milton 

Practical things with simple tools. 1916 
Sully & Kleinteich *$1 (6-8) 

Goldsmith, Oliver 

Beserted village 

In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v8, p48-61 (8) 
Elegy on the death of a mad dog 
In Caldecott's Collection of pictures and 
songs, vl 
Caldecott's Picture book, vl 
Scudder's Children's book, pl49 
History of little Goody Two Shoes; ed. by 
C: Welsh. Heath *20c (3-5) 

The first book particularly intended for chil- 
dren, which has become a classic 
Attributed to Oliver Goldsmith 

— Same 

In Scudder's Children's book, p328-38_ 
MacBonald and Blaisdell's Child life 

[adapted], v2, p56-60 
Poulsson's In the child's world [re- 
told], pl84-7 
Sagacity of the spider 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v8, p62-6 (8) 
Vicar of Wakefield; il. by Hugh Thomson. 
Macmillan *$1.50 (8) 

"We read it in youth and in age, we return to 
it again and again, and bless the memory of an 
author who contrives so well to reconcile us to 
human nature." Sir Walter Scott, in his Life of 
Goldsmith 

—Same; il. by H: M. Brock. Button *$1.50 
(Everyman's lib.) *40c; lib binding *50c 
Biography 
Bolton, S. K. Oliver Goldsmith 
In Lives of poor boys who became fa- 
mous, p90-5 (7-8) 
^Mitchell, B. G. Goldsmith's work 

In About old story-tellers, p73-95 (6-8) 
Wright, H. C. Birth of the novel 

hi Children's stories in English litera- 
ture, v2, p227-38 (7-8) 
Plays 
Frank, M. M. A mistake at the manor 
In Short plays about famous authors, 
pl-32 (8) 

Golf 

Beard, B. C. 

In Outdoor handy book, p442-8 (5-7) 
Beard, L. and A. B. 
In\ American girl's handy book, p504-25 
(5-7) 
Cracknell, R. Golf: the coming game 
In Withington's Book of athletics, p499- 
503 (5-8) 
Eraser, C. C. 
In Every boy's book of handicraft, 
sports and amusements, p589-94 
(6-8) 
Griffitts, S. P. Golf as a game 

In Withington's Book of athletics, p504- 
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Golf — Continued 
Kelley, L. E. 

In Three hundred things a bright girl 
can do, p468-94 (7-8) 
stories 
Barbour, R. H: Half-back (6-8) 
Gollancz, I. 

(ed.) Lamb Shakespeare for the young, 
llv. Duffield ea *80c 
Gomme, Mrs. Alice Bertha 

(ed.) Children's singing games. 2v Nutt 
3s 6d (2-4) 
Gondolas. See Venice 
Good, Arthur 

Magical experiments; or. Science at play. 
McKay $1.25 (5-6) 

"Tricks and experiments that any boy can man- 
age with simple articles, such as kitchen utensils, 
corks, matches, glasses, knives, forks and plates." 
Prentice and Power 

Good citizenship. Richman, J., and Wal- 
lach, I. R. 

Good health. Jewett, F. G. 
Good hunting. Roosevelt, T. 
Good queen. See Macdonell, A. Historical 
plays for children, v7 (6-8) 

Good stories for great holidays. Olcott, 
F. J., ed. 

Goodall, Agnes M. 

Portugal. (Peeps at many lands) 1909 
Macmillan *60c 

"Includes the usual subjects covered in these 
volumes but is less interesting than many. Fur- 
nishes, however, useful information about a coun- 
try on which there is little material for children, 
and the illustrations are fairly good." A. L. A. 
bkl. 

Goodlander, Mabel R. 

Fairy plays for children. 1915 Rand 40c 
(2-5) 

Contents: Hon«st woodcutter; Mistress Mary 
gives a garden party; Pine tree; House in the 
woods; Elves and the shoemaker; Snow White 
and Rose Red; King Midas, or The golden touch; 
Snow White and the seven dwarfs; Sleeping 
beauty 

"Nine familiar fairy tales dramatized for chil- 
dren from six to ten. Illustrated with photo- 
graphs of plays given at the Ethical culture school. 
New York city. Suggestions to teachers about 
costumes, scenery, rehearsals, and music." Wis. 
bul. 

Goodwin, Alice Rowland 

(comp. and tr.) Rhymes from the Rhine- 
land. 1913 Sherman, French & co. *$1 
(3-8) 

"Translations of stories, parables, and rhymes 
from the classic German writers, which follow 
the originals closely in meter and meaning. They 
are grouped under the following subjects: In 
an enchanted land. Out-of-doors, Riddles and par- 
ables, Homeland, and Dreamland; and are illus- 
trated in quaint German style." A. L. A. bkl. 

Goodwin, Mrs. Maud (Wilder). See Bel- 
lamy, Mrs. Blanche (Wilder), jt. ed. 

Goody Two Shoes. See Goldsmith, O. 

Goody Two Shoes picture book. Crane, 
W., il. 

Goodyear, Charles 

Eggleston, E: The india-rubber man 
In Stories of great Americans, pl28-31 
(2-4) 



Morris, C: Charles Goodyear, the prince 
of the rubber industry 
In Heroes of progress in America, 
pl71-6 (7-8) 
Towle, G: M. Struggles of Charles 
Goodyear 
In Heroes and martyrs of invention, 
pi 70-9 (6-7) 

Goops and how to be them. Burgess, G. 
Goose. See Geese 

Gordian knot 

Baldwin, J. The Gordian knot 

In Thirty more famous stories retold, 
p87-94 (3-5) 

Gordon, Charles George 

Cabot, E. L. Story of General Gordon 

In Ethics for children, pl89-94 (1-6) 
Elias, E. L. 

In In Victorian times, pi 16-24 (7-8) 
Hoffman, A. S. General Gordon 

In Heroes and heroines of English his- 
tory, p298-315 (6-8) 
Holland, R. S. Gordon of Khartoum 

In Historic heroes of chivalry, p291-304 
(7-8) 
Lang, J. Story of General Gordon. 1907 

(5-6) 
Lang, L. B. Gordon 

In Red Book of heroes, p281-333 (7-8) 
Quiller-Couch, A. T: Gordon 

In Roll call of honour, p272-322 (8) 

Steedman, A. 

In When they were children, p366-72 
(6-8) 

Gordon, Charles William. See Connor, 
Ralph, pseud. 

Gordon, Col. H. R., pseud. See Ellis, Ed- 
ward Sylvester 

Gordy, Wilbur Fisk 

American beginnings in Europe. 1912 
Scribner *75c (6-S) 

Contents: The present and the past; The Greeks 
and what we have learned from them; The Ro- 
mans and what we have learned from them; The 
middle ages and what we have learned from 
them; The crusades and commerce; The discov- 
ery of the Western world; Rival powers in Eu- 
rope and America 

"Based upon the outline prepared by the Com- 
mittee of eight of the American historical asso- 
ciation. Good maps and pictures." Pittsburgh 

American leaders and heroes. 1901 Scrib- 
ner *60c (5-6) 

"Historical reader which makes prominent the 
personal traits of the leaders." Oregon 

Colonial days. 1908 Scribner *50c (5-7) 
Contents: Spain and England in the new world; 
Jamestown; Bacon's rebellion; Maryland; Pil- 
grims; Connecticut; King Philip's war; Salem 
witchcraft; Dutch and New Netherlands; Quakers 
in Pennsylvania; Inter-colonial wars; Ohio val- 
ley; Acadians; Quebec; Pontiac's war 

History of the United States. 1904 Scrib- 
ner *$1 (8) 

"Much space given to social and economic his- 
tory." L. A. H. 
Stories of American explorers. 1906 
Scribner *50c (5-6) 

"Aims not to present complete biographical 
sketches . . . but a vivid picture." A. L. A. 
bkl. 



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Gordy, Wilbur Fisk—Co)itii!ued 

Stories of early American history, lyu 
Scribner *50c (2-4) 

"Intended for the younger children before they 
begin the formal study of history. Descriptions 
of the customs of the Indians, pictures of early 
colonial life, and interesting stories of the deeds 
of explorers, settlers, soldiers are arranged in 
chronological sequence, covering the time to tne 
fall of guebec." A. L. A. bkl. 
Stories of later American history. iyi5 
Scribner *64c (5-6) 

"Supplements the author's 'Stories of early 
American history.' Covers the period from the 
beginning of the revolution to the close ot the 
civil war, and centers the stories about the lives 
of interesting men." A. L. A. bkL 

Gorgon's head oo , i . 

In Baldwin's Old Greek stories, p88-114 

Burt and Ragozin's_ Herakles and 

other heroes, p92-5 
Cox's Tales of ancient Greece, p85- 

98 
Francillon's Gods and heroes, pl81- 

93 
Hawthorne's Wonder book for girls 

and boys 

Goss, 'Warren Lee 

Boys' life of General Sheridan. 1913 
Crowell $1.50 (7-8) 

"Treats the commander's career from boyhood 
up, his campaigns in the war and his later life 
in times of peace. Emphasizes Sheridan's ability 
to make the most of what he had and to meet 
difficulties." A. L. A. bkl. 

Jack Alden. Crowell 75c (7-8) 

"A story of the Virginia campaigns, 1861-65, 
including accounts of Chancellorsville and Libby 
prison." N. Y. city 
Jed; a boy's adventures in the army of 
'61-'65. Crowell 75c (7-8) 

"The incidents of the book are real ones, 
drawn in part from the writer's personal expe- 
riences and observations, as a soldier of the 
Union." Arnold 

Life of Grant for boys and girls. 1911 
Crowell $1.50 (7-8) 

"Gives detailed accounts of Grant's victories 
during the civil war, when the eyes of all the 
country were turned toward the 'simple, silent, 
steadfast man.' " Utica 

Tom Clifton. Crowell 75c (7-8) 

"Western boys in Grant's and Sherman's 
armies." Title 

Gothe, Johann Wolfgang von. See Goethe, 

Johann Wolfgang von 

Goths. See Alaric; Theodoric 
Gbtterdammerung. See Wagner, R: 

"Gough, John Bartholomew 

Mowry, W: A: and B. S. John Bartholo- 
mew Gough 
hi American pioneers, p347-57 (5-7) 

Gould, Allen Walton 

Mother Nature's children. 1901 Ginn *60c 
(5-6) 

"Aims to help the young to see the spirit rather 
than the form of nature." Wis. 

Gould, Elizabeth Lincoln 

Felicia. Penn *80c (5-7) 

"Story of a natural, warmhearted little girl of 
thirteen, who in her efforts to keep house for her 
father has many interesting experiences." A. L. 
A. bkl. 

Felicia visits. (Felicia ser. v3) Penn *90c 
(5-7) 

"Felicia's happy nature and her aptitude for 
meeting disappointment with a smiling face fur- 
nish a good lesson for any child." Jordan 



Felicia's friends. (Felicia ser. v2) Penn 
*90c (5-7) 

"Happy story of the school life of a friendly 
hearted little girl." A. L. A. bkl. 
Little men play; adapted from L. ^l. Al- 
cott's "Little men." Little *50c (6-8) 
Little women play; adapted from L. M. 
Alcott's "Little women.'' Little *50c 
(6-8) 
Gould, Frederick James 

Children's Plutarch; tales of the Greeks. 

1910 Harper *75c; school ed *50c (5-7) 

Children's Plutarch; tales of the Romans. 

1910 Harper *75c (5-7) 
Heroes of peace. (Brave citizens) 1915 
Harper 75c; school ed SOc (5-8) 

"Approved by the committee of the Interna- 
tional arbitration and peace association and pub- 
lished with the idea of promoting hate for war 
and love for humanity. A miscellaneous collec- 
tion of stories, some historic, which tell of the 
founding of the Red Cross, illustrate the work 
of arbitration, and reveal the hero spirit in daily 
life." A. L. A. bkl. 
Victors of peace. (Brave citizens) 1915 
Harper 75c; school ed SOc (5-8) 

"Stories of men and women who have served 
others in building tunnels, organizing systems of 
relief and promoting international peace." A. L. 
A. bkl. 

Government. See Citizenship; City govern- 
ment; Civic improvement; Civil service; 
Civil service reform; Slavery; Taxation; 
Treaties; United States — Constitution; 
United States — Government; Voting 
Government publications 

Marriott, C. Editing and publishing 
/;} Uncle Sam's business, p210-21 (7-8) 
Gower, John 

Wright, H. C. Gower 

In Children's stories in English litera- 
ture, vl, pl39-41 (7-8) 
Gracchi 

Baldwin, J. Cornelia's jewels 
In Fifty famous stories retold, p85-7 
(2-4) 
Dalkeith, L. Of the Gracchi 

In Stories from Roman histor}^, p64-79 
(4-5) 
Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. The 
Gracchi 
In Famous men of Rome, p 142-7 (4-6) 
Plutarch. The Gracchi 
In Weston's Plutarch's Lives for boys 
and girls, p200-32 
Graded poetry readers. Blake, K. D., and 

Alexander, A., eds. 
Graham, James, marquis of Montrose. See 
Montrose, Marquis of 

Graham, John, and Clark, Ellery H. 

Practical track and field athletics. 1910 
Duffield *$1 (8) 

Graham, P. Anderson 

Countrv pastimes for boys. Longmans 
1895 " *$1.50 (6-8) 

"Descriptions of animal life, sports, and the 
various interests and pleasures available for boys 
in the country." Baker 

Grahame, Kenneth 

(ed.) Cambridge book of poetry for chil- 
dren. 1916 Putnam *$1.50 

"Delightful selection, chiefly lyrics, arranged for 
the very smallest ones, for those a little older, 
and for those still older." A. L. A. bkl. 



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Grahame, Kenneth — Continued 

Wind in the willows. Scribner *$2; *$1.35 

(6-8) 
"Unusually attractive tale of animal adventure 
t(Hd with rare charm. Fascinating for older 
readers; and may be read to younger ones." Jor- 
dan 

Grail. See Holy Grail 
Grain 

Carpenter, F. G: Other grains which 
feed millions 
In Foods, p66-72 (5-6) 
Carpenter, F. O. Cereals 

In Foods and their uses, p24-66 (5-8) 
Chase, A., and Clow, E. Corn, wheat and 
meadow grass 
In Stories of industry, v2, p82-91 (5-7) 
Rogers, J. E. 

In Book of useful plants, p3-56 
Sargent, F: L. Corn plants; their uses 
and ways of life. 1899 (5-7) 

See also Corn.; Oats; Rice; Wheat 
Grain elevators 

Bond, A. R. Righting a tilted grain ele- 
vator 
In On the battle front of engineering, 
pl42-57 (7-8) 

Granada 

Moulton, L. C. Granada 

III Lane's Under sunny skies, pll-18 
(5-7) 

Grand canyon. See Colorado river 
Grandfather Frog. Burgess, T. W. 
Grandfather's chair. Hawthorne, N. 
Grandfather's stories. Johonnot, J., ed. 
Grandfather's stories of American history. 

See Dodge, N. S. Stories of American 

history 

Grandmother dear. Molesworth, M. L. S. 
Grandmother's story of Bunker Hill battle. 
See Holmes, O. W. 

Grandpre, Louis M. J. Ohier de, comte 

Holland, R. S. Louis Grandpre, the last 
conquistador 
/;; Historic heroes of chivalry, p280-90 
(7-8) 

Granite 

Carpenter, F. G: Visit to the quarries — 
marble, granite, and slate 
In How the world is housed, pi 11-12 
(5-7) 
Chase, A., and Clow, E. Marble and 
granite 
In Stories of industry, vl, pl38-9 (5-7) 
Rocheleau, W: F. 
In Great American industries, vl, pl35- 
55 (5-7) 

Grannie's little rhyme book. Le Mair, 
H. W., il. 

Grannis of the fifth. Pier, A. S. 

Granny's wonderful chair. Browne, F. 

Grant, Robert 

Jack Hall. Scribner *$1.25 (6-7) 

Jack in the bush. Scribner *$1.25 (6-7) 

Sequel to "Jack Hall" 

"Holiday of 6 boys in the far northwestern cor- 
ner of the province of Quebec." Sargent 



Grant, Ulysses Simpson 

Cadet Grant at West Point; A young ofifi- 
cer in the war 
In Hart and Stevens's Romance of the 
civil war, pi 79-83, 189-91 (6-8) 
Bolton, S. K. U. S. Grant 

In Famous American statesmen, p307-60 
(7-8) 
Brooks, E. S. 
/;( Century book of famous Americans, 
pl80-91 (4-6) 
Brooks, E. S. Story of Ulysses S. Grant, 
of Galena 
In Historic Americans, p369-84 (8) 
Brooks, E. S. True story of U. S. Grant. 

1897 (4-6) 
Burton, A. H. Story of Ulysses S. (jrant 
In Four American patriots, pl95-254 
(4-5) 
Coe, F. E. Ulysses S. Grant 

In Makers of the nation, p338-42 (4-6) 
Paris, J: T. Ulysses S. Grant 

In Winning their way, p 180-7 (7-8) 
Foote, A. E., and Skinner, A. W. Grant, 
the silent leader 
In [Makers and defenders of America, 
p258-73 (4-8) 
Gordy, W. F. Ulysses Simpson Grant 
and the civil war 
In American leaders and heroes, p302- 
13 (5-6) 
Goss, W. L. Life of Grant for boys and 

girls. 1911 (7-8) 
Hill, F: T. On the trail of Grant and 

Lee. 1911 (6-8) 
Knox, T; W. Boy's life of General Grant 

(6-7) 
Mowry, W: A: and A. M. Ulysses S. 
Grant 
In First steps in the history of our 
country, p265-72 (4-5) 
Nicolay, H. Boys' life of Ulysses S. 

Grant. 1909 (6-8) 
Stephens, C. A. Grant monument 

In Our country: East, pl87-9 (4-6) 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
Ulysses Simpson Grant 
In Days and deeds: prose, p299-34 
(5-7) 

Poetry 
Lowell, J. R. On a bust of General 
Grant 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
pl36-8 (7-8) 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
In Days and deeds: verse, p258-61 

Granville family 

Whitham, G. L Pride of the West 

In Shepherd of the ocean, pl73-250 
(6-8) 

Grapes 

Allen, N. B. Grapes and wine and the 
countries which produce them 
In Industrial studies: Europe, p317-36 
(5-8) 
Carpenter, F. G: Grapes 
In Foods, p248-55 (5-6) 

Rogers, J. E. 
In Book of useful plants, p201-6 

See also Raisins 



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Graphite 

Martin, E: A. 

In Story of a piece of coal, p75-8 (7-8) 
Graphophone. See Phonograph 

(jfctSSCS 

Beard, L. and A. B. Things to make of 
common grasses 
In Indoor and outdoor recreations for 
girls, p53-61 (6-7) 
Rogers, J. E. Forage plants 
In Book of useful plants, p67-76 
See also Clover 

Poetry 
Dickinson, E. The grass 
In Thacher's Listening child, p339 (5-7) 
Grasshopper land. Morley, M. W. 
Grasshoppers 

Bass, F. A grasshopper 

In Stories of animal life, p76-8 (2-3) 
Gibson, W: H. Strange story of a grass- 
hopper 
In Eye spy, pl9S-201 (6-8) 
Kelly, M. A. B. Slug fly and the grass- 
hopper 
In Short stories of our shy neighbors, 
p98-103 (3-5) 
Miller, O. T. Long-legged fellow that 
can't walk 
In Little folks in feathers and fur, pl96- 
200 (3-5) 
Morley, M. W. 

In Insect folk, vl, p59-10O (3-4) 
Morley, M. W. Grasshopper land. 1907 

(5-6) 
Strong, F. L., ed. Mr. Grasshopper 

In All the year round, vl, p53-4 (3-4) 
Wright, J. M. Old man of the meadow 
Im Seaside and wayside, v3, p90-100 
(4-5) ^ 
See also Cicadas; Locusts 
Poetry 
Cowley, A. The grasshopper 

In Thacher's Listening child, p54-5 
(5-7) 
Hayne, W : H. Grasshopper 
In Evans and others. Farm life read- 
ers, bk5, p306 (4-6) 
Lovelace, R: Grasshopper 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p274-6 
Thacher's Listening child [excerpt], 
p5l 
Wells, A. M. A complaint 

In Morrison's Songs and rhymes for 
the little ones, pl36 (2-4) 

Stories 
Cooke, F. J. Aurora and Tithonus 

In Nature myths, p22-3 (2-4) 
Holbrook, F. Story of the first grass- 
hopper 
lit Book of nature myths, p83-6 (2-3) 
Pierson, C. D. Grasshopper and measur- 
ing worm run a race; Grasshopper 
who wouldn't be scared 
In Among the meadow people, pl09-13, 
142-50 (3-4) 
Gratitude 
Cabot, E. L. 
In Ethics for children, p9-ll (1-6) 



Cabot, E. L., and others 

In Course in citizenship, p58-62 (1-8) 
Poulsson, E. How Patty gave thanks; 
Vulcan, the mighty smith 
In In the child's world, p94-7, 206-8 
(1-2) 
Graves, Alfred P. 

(comp.) Irish fairy book. Stokes *$1.35 
(4-6) 
Gravitation 
Johnson, V. E: Wonder of gravity 
In Modern inventions, pl45-53 (8) 
See also Astronomy; Physics 
Gray, Asa 

How plants behave. Am. bk. *54c (6) 
How they move, climb, employ insects to work 
for them, etc. 

How plants grow. Am. bk. *80c (5-6) 

"Introduction to the botany of the northern 
United States, containing a popular flora for be- 
ginners." N. Y. city 

Gray, Thomas 

Elegy written in a country chuchyard 
In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, v3, p71-6 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
pl-5 (7-8) 
Ode on a distant prospect of Eton col- 
lege 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p268-72 (7-8) 
Gray champion. Hawthorne, N. 

In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v7, pi 15-24 
Hawthorne's Twice told tales 
Mabie's Legends that every child 
should know, p212-22 (6-7) 
Gray Lady and the birds. Wright, M. O. 
Great American industries. Rocheleau, 

W: F. 
Great artists. Keysor, J. E. 
Great authors in their youth. Frank, M. M. 

Great Britain 

History 

See England — Histor}- 
Great captain. Hinkson, K. T. 
Great charter. See Magna charta 
Great cities of the United States. South- 
worth, G. v., and Kramer, S. E. 

Great emergency. Ewing, J. H. G. 

Great explorers of the 19th centurv. Verne, 

J. 
Great K. & A. train robbery. Ford, P. L. 
Great lakes 

Baldwin, J. How the Great lakes were 
discovered 
In Discovery of the old Northwest, 
pi 1-130 (6-8) 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: Our inland 
seas 
In North America, p80-91 (5-7) 
Coe, F. E. Through the Great lakes 
In Our American neighbors, p68-83 
(4-6) 
Faris, J: T. First vessel on the Great 
lakes 
/;; Real stories from our history, p213- 
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197 



Great lakes — Continued 
Rocheleau, W: F. 
In Great American industries, v4, pl31- 
47 (5-7) 
Stories of the Great lakes, retold from St. 
Nicholas. 1907 (5-7) 
Great locomotiv.e chase. See Pittenger, W: 
Great navigators of the 18th century. Verne, 

J. 
Great Panjandrum himself 

/;// Caldecott's Collection of pictures 
and songs, v2 
Caldecott's Panjandrum picture book 
Caldecott's Picture book, v4 

Great scoop. Seawell, M. E. 
Great show in Kobol-land. Stockton, F. R: 
In Clocks of Rondaine, pl29-74 (4-5) 

Great stone face. Hawthorne, N. 

In Hawthorne's Snow image, and other 
twice told tales 
Mabie's Famous stories, pl48-71 
(6-8) 

Great Tri-club tennis tournament. Davis, 
R: H. 

In Stories for boys, pl30-65 

Great wall of China. See Wall of China 

Greece 

Greece 
In World's story, v4, pl-231 
Art 
See Sculpture 

Biography 
Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Famous 

men of Greece. 19(H (5-7) 
Hall, J. Men of old Greece. 1906 (4-6) 
See also Plutarch; also names of indi- 
vidual Greeks 

Description and travel 
Browne, E. A. Greece. 1909 (6-8) 
Carpenter, F. G: In modern Greece 

In Europe, p381-92 (5-6) 
George, M. M., ed Little journey to 
Balkans. European Turkey and Greece. 
1905 (5-6) 
See also Ionian islands; Parthenon 
History, Ancient 
Church, A. J: Helmet and spear. 1914 

(7-8) 
Church, A. J: Pictures from Greek life 

and story (7-8) 
Church, A. J: Story of the Persian war 

from Herodotus (7-8) 
Gilman, A., ed. Miltiades at Marathon 
1)1 Magna charta stories, p53-66 (6-8) 
Guerber, H. A. Story of the Greeks. 

1896 (6-8) 

Hall, J. Men of old Greece. 1906 (4-6) 

Harding, C. H. and S: B. Stories of 

Greek gods, heroes and men. 1898 

(3-4) 

Herodotus. Tales from Herodotus, by 

H. L. Havell (6-7) 
Johonnot, J., ed. Defense of freedom by 
Greek valor 
In Ten great events of history, p7-23 
(6-8) 



Macgregor, M. Story of Greece told to 
boys and girls. 1914 (6-8) 

Morris, C: Historical tales: Greek. 1908 
(7-8) 

Shaw, C: D. Stories of the ancient 
Greeks (5-7) 

Tappan, E. M. 

In Old world hero stories, ptl, pl-75 
(6-8) 

Tappan, E. M. Story of the Greek peo- 
ple. 1908 (5-6) 

White, J: S. Boys' and girls' Herodotus 
(7-8) 

Yonge, C. M. Young folks' history of 
Greece (6-7) 

See also Olympic games; Retreat of 
the ten thousand; Thermopylae, Battle 
of; Trojan war; also names of individ- 
uals 

History, Modern 
Church, A. J: Navarino 

In Stories from English history, p621-7 
(6-8) 
Demetrios, G: When I was a boy in 

Greece. 1913 (7-8) 
Yonge, C. M. 

In Young folks' history of Greece, p398- 
427 

Literature 
See Greek literature 

Mythology 
Arnold, S. L., and Gilbert, C: B., eds. 
Greece and the Greeks 

III Stepping stones to literature, v4, 
p256-95 (4) 
Baldwin, J. Old Greek stories (3-5) 
Baldwin, J. Story of the golden age 

(5-7) 
Buckley, E. F. Children of the dawn 

(5-7) 
Bulfinch, T: Age of fable (7-8) 
Bulfinch, T: Golden age of myth and 

legend (7-8) 
Burt, M. E., and Ragozin, Z. A., eds. 

Herakles, the hero of Thebes, and other 

heroes of the myth (4-5) 
Carpenter, E. J. Long ago in Greece. 

1906 (6-7) 
Church, A. J: Aeneid for boys and girls. 

1908 (5-8) 
Church, A. J: Stories from the Greek 

tragedians (8) 
Church, A. J; Stories of the old world. 

1905 (5-7) 
Church, A. J: Story of the Iliad (7-8) 
Clarke, M. Story of Troy. 1897 (5-6) 
Cox, G: W: Tales of ancient Greece (8) 
Francillon, R. E: Gods and heroes 

(4-5 > 
Gayley, C. M., ed. Classic myths in 

English literature (7-8) 
Griffith, A. M. M. Stars and their stories. 

1913 (6-8) 
Guerber, H. A. Myths of Greece and 

Rome (7-8) 
H., F. Pegasus; Vulcan, the mighty 
smith; Neptune; Story of Echo 

In Poulsson's In the child's world, 
pl54-5, 206-8. 236-7, 257-9 (1-2) 
Hall, J. Four old Greeks (4-6) 



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Greece— Mythology— CoJiimH^rf . 

Harding, C. H. and S: B. Stories of 

Greek gods, heroes and men. 1890 

(3-4) 
Hawthorne, N. Tanglewood tales (5-8) 
Hawthorne, N. Wonder book for girls 

and boys. (5-8) . , , , n^ 

Hawthorne, N. Wonder book and ian- 

glewood tales for girls and boys (5-8) 
Hutchinson, W. M. L. Golden porch 

(3-5) . , , . 

Hutchinson, W. M. L. Orpheus with his 

lute (5-8) ■ ^ , 

Hutchinson, W. M. L. Sunset of the 

heroes (7-8) 
Hyde, L. S. Favorite Greek myths (4-5) 
Johonnot, J., ed. Myths 

In Stories of heroic deeds, p7-16 (3-5) 
Johonnot, J., ed. Myths 

In Stories of the olden time, p7-20 
(6-7) 
Kingsley, C: Heroes (4-6) 
Lang. A., ed. Tales of Troy and Greece 

(4-5) 
Lang, J. Book of myths (8) 
!Mvths of Greece and Rome 

In Children's hour, v2, pl-250 (2-8) 
Niebuhr, B. G. Greek hero stories (4-5) 
Peabody, J. P. Old Greek folk stories 

told anew (3-5) 
Shaw, C: D. Stories of the ancient 

Greeks (5-7) 
Stories from the classics 

In Children's hour, v3 (2-8) 
Stories of classic myths, retold from St. 

Nicholas. 1909 (5-8) 
Storr, F., ed. Half a hundred hero tales 

of Ulysses and the men of old (6-8) 
See also Homer 

Social life and customs 
Andrews, J. Story of Cleon, the Greek 
boy 

In Ten boys, p45-78 (3-5) 
Crosby, E. Young Greeks of today 

In Lane's Under sunny skies, p67-74 
(5-7) 
Demetrios, G: When I was a boy in 

Greece. 1913 (7-8) 
Dragoumis, J. D. Under Greek skies. 

1913 (4-6) 
Nixon-Roulet, M. F. Our little Grecian 

cousin. 1908 (3-5) 
Stories of Greece and Rome, retold from 

St. Nicholas. 1909 (5-8) 

Stories 

Church, A. J: Three Greek children 

[Peloponnesian war] (7-8) 
Church, A. J: Young Macedonian in the 
army of Alexander the Great (7-8) 
Greediness 
I'ouike, E. E. 

/" Braided straws, p53-7 (2-3) 
MacDonald, E. A. B., and Blaisdell, M. F.. 
eds. Goose and the golden eggs 
In Child life, v2, plOO-1 (2-3) 
Greek art. See Sculpture 
Greek hero-stories. Niebuhr, B. G. 
Greek literature 

Carpenter, E. J. Long ago in Greece. 
1906 (6-7) 



Church, A. J: Stories from the Greek 

tragedians. 1879 (8) 
Church, A. J: Stories of the East from 

Herodotus (7-8) 
Church, A. J : Storj^ of the Persian war 

from Herodotus (7-8) 
See also Homer 

Greeley, Horace 

Bolton, S. K. Horace Greeley 
In Lives of poor boys who became 
famous, pl38-55 (7-8) 
Chapin, E. H. Lesson of Greeley's life 
In Stevenson's Days and deeds: prose, 
p304-5 (5-7) 
Eggleston, E: Horace Greeley 
In. Stories of great Americans, pl45-52 
(2-4) 
INIorris, C: Horace Greeley, the premier 
of American editors 
In Heroes of progress in America, p287- 
95 (7-8) 

Greely, Adolphus Washington 

True tales of Arctic heroism in the new 
world. 1912 Scribner *$1.50 
"Twenty-one well told stories of Arctic ex- 
ploration, adventure and heroism, consisting of 'ex- 
act accounts of unusual episodes in Arctic ser- 
vice drawn from absolutely accurate sources.' 
Their subject, brevity and manner of telling adapt 
them specially to young people. Numerous maps 
and illustrations." A. L. A. bkl. 

Biography 

Bolton, S. K. General A. W. Greely and 
other Arctic explorers 
In Famous voyagers and explorers, 
p442-509 (7-8) 
Horton, E. Greely in Grinnell land; 
Farthest North of the Greely party 
In Frozen North, p81-93 (6-7) 

Green, Emma Martha 

Laird of Glentyre. (Little schoolmate 
ser.) Button *$1.25 (5-7) 

"Little Jock and Jeanie visit their relatives 
in Scotland, and learn something of the romance, 
legends, and history of the country. Interesting 
and gives the Scotch spirit." A. L. A. bkl. 

Green, John Richard 

Short history of the English people [to 
1874]. Am. bk. *$1.20 (7-8) 

"Dwells at length on incidents of constitu- 
tional, intellectual and social advance, rather than 
on details of foreign wars, personal adventures of 
kings, etc. Written in a delightfully picturesque 
style." Am. L. E. 

Green C. Meyer, J. A. 
Green door. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Green fairy book. Lang, A., ed. 
Green mountain boys. Thompson, D. P. 

Greenaway, Kate 

(il.) Allingham, W: Rhymes for the 

young folk 
(il.) Browning, R. Pied piper of Hame- 

lin 
Marigold garden: pictures and rhymes. 

1910 Warne *$1.50 (1-2) 
(il.) Mother Goose; or, The old nursery 

rhymes 
(il.) Taylor, *A. and J. Little Ann and 

other poems 
Under the window; pictures and rhymes. 

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Greene, Frances Nimmo 

Legends of King Arthur and his court; il. 
with drawings by E. H. Garrett. Ginn 
*60c; school ed *50c (4-5) 

"Simple prose version following Tennyson 
closely and containing many extracts from his 
verse. Has excellent introduction on feudalism 
and chivalry." Oregon 

Greene, Frances Nimmo, and Kirk, Dolly 
Williams 

With spurs of gold; heroes of chivalry 
and their deeds. 1905 Little *$1.30 
(6-7) 

'"Stories of Roland, th« Cid, Richard Coeur-de- 
Lion, Sir Philip Sidney, Chevalier Bayard, of 
the crusades and of the troubadours." Oregon 

Greene, Homer 

Blind brother. Crowell 35c (5-6) 

"Telling of the self sacrifice and the trials and 
temptations of a boy in the coal mining regions 
of Pennsylvania." Wis. 

Coal and the coal mines. (Riverside lib. 

for young people) Houghton *75c (7-8) 

"Geological formation of coal, its discovery and 

use, how it is mined and prepared for market." 

N. Y. city 

Lincoln conscript. Houghton *$1.25 (7-8) 

"Story of a boy whose father was a 'copper- 
head' but was won over to the Union through an 
interview with Lincoln, and served with his son 
through a part of the war. Presents very well 
the attitude of the southern sympathizers. Pub- 
lished in the 'Youth's companion.' " A. L. A. bkl. 

Pickett's gap. Alacmillan *$1.25; *50c 
(7-8) 

"A splendid story of a railroad fight in the 
courts for the control of a mountain pass in Penn- 
sylvania." N. Y. city 

Greene, Nathaniel 

Coe, F. E. General Xathaniel Greene; 
Greene and Morgan in the South 
In Makers of the nation, p78-84, 95-103 
(4-6) 
Foote, A. E., and Skinner, A. W. 

In Makers and defenders of America, 
p89-97 (4-8) 

Greenland 

Greenland 

In World's story, v8, p409-85 
Horton, E. Nansen crosses Greenland, 
1888; Peary crosses Greenland, 1891- 
1897 
In Frozen North, pl04-21, 133-48 (6-7) 
Kellogg, E. M. C. Pen picture of Green- 
land; Life in an igloo 
In Australia and the islands of the sea, 
p95-lll (6-7) 
King, C: F. A cold country 
In Picturesque geographical readers, 
vl, pl69-98 (3) 
Shaw, E: R: Greenland 
In Big people and little people of other 
lands, p62-9 (3-4) 
Smith, M. E. E. Eskimo stories (2-3) 

Stories 
Thompson. A. R. Shipwrecked in Green- 
land (7-8) 

Greenwood, Grace, pseud. 

Merrie England. 1909 Ginn *50c; school 
ed *40c (5-7) 

The stories and legends of early England con- 
nected with Sherwood forest, The Tower, West- 
minster abbey, Kenihvorth castle, etc. 



Stories from famous ballads; ed. by Caro- 
line Burnite. 1906 Ginn *50c (5-8) 

"Told in charming poetic English with much 
vigor and the romantic elements have been re- 
tained. Good to read aloud." Pittsburgh 

Gregg, Mrs. Mary (Kirby). See Kirby, 

Mary 
Gregor, Elmer Russell 

Red arrow. Harper *$1 (6-7) 

"A story in which the white man does not 
enter, but which is wholly Indian in atmosphere 
and treatment. (G. S. C.)" St. Louis 

Grenfell, Wilfred Thomason 

Adrift on an ice-pan. 1909 Houghton 
*75c; (Riverside lit. ser.) *25c (7-8) 

"A thrilling escape from the Labrador sea," 
Pratt 

"There is also a good biographical sketch, by 
C. J. Blake." Minn. 

Biography 
Andrews, G: How Dr. Grenfell was saved 

/;; World's story, vll, p256-9 
Duncan, N. Dr. Grenfell of the Labra- 
dor coast 
In Young and Field literar}^ readers, 
v5, p3 14-29 
Wade, M. H. B. The magician of love 
In Wonder-workers, pl48-77 (6-8) 
Grenville, Sir Richard 

Lang, A., ed. Sir Richard Grenville 
In Red true story book, pl32-6 (5-7) 

Stories 

Leighton, R. Golden galleon (6-7) 
Grettir the Strong 

French, A. Story of Grettir the Strong 

(7-8) 
Lang, A., ed. Story of Grettir the Strong 
In Book of romance, p359-84 

Tales of romance [adapted] (4-6) 
Grey, Jane, lady 

Ainsworth, W: H. Execution of the 
"Twelve days' queen" 
In World's story, v9, p477-87 
Greenwood, G. London and the Tower: 
Ladies Jane and Catharine Grey 
In Merrie England, pi 13-30 (5-7) 
Guerber, H. A. Story of Lady Jane Grey 

In Story of -the English, p226-9 (5-6) 
Holland, R. S. Lady Jane Grey 

In Historic girlhoods, p63-77 (6-8) 
jMabie, H. W., and Stephens, K., eds. 
Lady Jane Grey 
In Heroines that every child should 
know, pl32-45 (6-7) 
Sweetser, K. D. Lady Jane Grey: the 
nine daj'S queen 
In Ten girls from history, pl45-77 (6-8) 
Warren, H: P., ed. Story of Lady Jane 
Grey 
In Stories from English historj^ p206- 
13 (5-7) 
Grey, Zane 

Last of the plainsmen. (Every boy's lib.) 
_ Grosset *50c (7-8) 
Young forester. (Ken Ward ser. vl) 
Harper $1.25 (7-8) 

"Adventures of a boy who goes to Arizona 
to join a friend — a government ranger — in the 
forestry service. It is full of hairbreadth es- 
capes, but its glimpses of outdoor life and its 
attitude toward forest conservation redeem its 
melodramatic tendencies to a large degree. The 
humane side of hunting and trapping is pre- 
sented." A. L. A. bkl. 



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Grey, Zane — Continued 

Young pitcher, (Ken Ward ser. vZ) 
Harper $1.25 (7-8) ^ , 

"Exceptionally good story of college and col- 
lege athletics. The two descriptions of baseball 
games are told with more than average accuracy, 
spirit and purity of English." A. L. A. bkl. 

Greyfriars Bobby. Atkinson, E. S. 
Greyhounds 

Lang, A., ed. Greyhounds and their mas- 
ters: Greyhounds and their Arab mas- 
ters 
/;( Red book of animal stories, p224-31, 
310-16 (6-7) 
Grierson, Mrs. Elizabeth W. 

Children's book of Celtic stories. (Color 
books for boys and girls) Macmillan 
*$1.25 (4-7) 

"Sixteen stories, excellently told and illustra- 
ted. They duplicate Jacobs' collections very lit- 
tle; fewer of the quaint Irish expressions are 
used." A. L. A. bkl. 
Children's book of Edinburgh. 1906 
Macmillan *$2 (7-8) 

"Describes the soldiers, fishwives, hospitals, 
high school, observatory, castle, Holyrood, etc., 
and tells the city's history and legends. Illus- 
trations in color." N. Y. state lib. 
Children's tales from Scottish ballads. 

1906 Macmillan *$1.25 (5-7) 
Life of St. Paul for young people. 1911 
Macmillan *$1.50 

"Legitimate use is made of the imagination, and 
the few doubtful interpretations are not suffi- 
ciently serious to mar the book nor to make it 
offensive to any sect. Eight color plates." A. L. 
A. bkl. 

Scotland. (Peeps at many lands) 1907 
Macmillan *60c (5-7) 

"Gives a good idea of the life of the people 
and something of the literary and historical asso- 
ciations." A. L. A. bkl. 

Scottish fairy book. Stokes *$1.35 (4-7) 

"Includes some found in Jacobs' 'English fairy 
tales' and 'Celtic fairy tales,' with many others 
not included in general collections. Charmingly 
illustrated." A. L. A. bkl. 

"Stories selected from Scotch folk-tales and 
ballads and told with considerable atmosphere 
and poetic feeling." Cleveland 

Sir Walter Scott. (Peeps at great men) 
1913 Macmillan *60c (6-8) 

Griffin and the minor canon. Stockton, 
F. R: 
Iw Bee-man of Orn, pl7-37 
Fanciful tales, p6-107 
Queen's museum, p43-62 

Griffins 

Lang. A., ed. Griffins and unicorns 
III Red book of animal stories, p4-7 

(6-7) 

Griffis, William Elliot 

Brave little Holland and what she taught 
us. 1894 Houghton *$1.25; *75c (7-8) 

"Written with accuracy and spirit and with 
emphasis upon our debt to that country." Ore- 
gon 

Japan in history, folklore and art. 1906 
Houghton *75c (7-8) 

Including "a clear concise account -of their 
progress and development during the 19th cen- 
tury." N. Y. city 
(ed.) ]\Iotley, J: L. Siege of Leyden. 

Heath *20c (6-8) 
Romance of discovery. Wilde *$1 SO 
(7-8) 

"Deals chiefly with the early discoverers and 
explorers. Touches some i8th and iqth century 
explorers." Wis. 



Unmannerly tiger, and other Korean 
tales. Crowell *50c (4-6) 

"Nineteen fairy and folk-tales, showing Korean 
customs, superstitions and ideals. They are in- 
teresting as a contribution to folklore rather than 
for their intrinsic merit. Several of them sug- 
gest the Grimm tales and 'A bridegroom for Miss 
Mole' is a variant of the East Indian story, 
'Hafiz, tne stone-cutter.' Eight attractive full- 
page illustrations in imitation of the oriental man- 
ner." A. L. A. bkl. 
Young people's history of Holland. 1903 
Houghton *$1.50 (7-8) 

"From prehistoric times to marriage of Queen 
Wilhelmina; nearly half given to history before 
1 6th century. A. L. A. 

Griffith, Alice Mary Matlock 

Stars and their stories. 1913 Holt *$1.25 
(6-8) 

"The constellations are described and charts and 
illustrations are provided. The ancient myths 
concerning them are retold with quotations from 
the poets and other writers." Bk. rev. digest 

Griffith, Donee. See Bengtson, N. A., jt. 

auth. 

Grimm, Jacob Ludwig Karl, and Grimm, 
Wilhelm Karl 

Fairy reader: adapted from Grimm and 
Andersen, by James Baldwin. x'\m. bk. 
*35c (2-3) 

Fairy tales; ed. by Walter Jerrold; il. in 
color and black-and-white by Charles 
Robinson. Button $1.25 (3-5) 

Fifty-six tales 
Fairy tales; ed. with an introd. by Ham- 
ilton W. Alabie. Barse & Hopkins 
$1.25 (3-5) 

"Attractive table copy. Contains 12 favorite 
tales, with 12 attractive illustrations, 6 in color." 
Wis. free lib. com. 

Fairy tales; ed. by Sara W'iltse. 2v Ginn 
ea *35c (1-2) 

For very little children 

Fairy tales; tr. by Mrs. Edgar Lucas; il. 
b}^ Arthur Rackham. Doubleday *$6 

"Sixty fairy tales, with 40 colored pictures and 
others in black and white. A smaller edition, 
with 12 colored plates, is published at *$2." 
Pittsburgh 

"The elvish character of many of the stories 
precisely fits Mr. Rackham's talent, and the il- 
lustrator of Rip Van Winkle is naturally at home 
with Rumpelstiltskin, the evil fairies and the 
witches who figure so largely in the German folk 
tales." Burlington magazine, 1909 

"The vignettes are as masterly as the colour- 
drawings." Outlook (London) 1909 
Fairy tales; tr. by Mrs. Edgar Lucas; ih 
by Arthur Rackham. Lippincott *$1.25 
(3-5) 

Includes 3 stories and some black and white 
illustrations not in Doubleday's Rackham edition, 
but has only one illustration in color 
Fairy tales; with pictures by Hope Dun- 
lap. Rand *$1.35; reinforced binding 
$1.50 (3-5) 

"Twelve full-page illustrations in color and 6 
in black and white. Popular with the children 
because of the good print and the clear and bril- 
liant coloring of the pictures. Bound in art linen 
with reproduction in color of the frontispiece." 
Pittsburgh 

Gammer Grethel; or. Fairy tales and sto- 
ries. ]\Iacmillan *$1.25 
Woodcuts after George Cruikshank 

German household tales. Houghton (Riv- 
erside school lib.) *60c; (Riverside lit. 
set;.) *40c (3-5) 

Simplified and abridged version 
"With very few exceptions, an unusually wise 
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Grimm, J. L. K. and W. K. — Continued 
House in the wood, and other fairy sto- 
ries; with drawings by L. L. Brooke. 
Warne *$1.35 (3-5) 

Other fairy stories: Brave little tailor; Goblin 
and the grocer; Bremen town musicians; Table, 
the ass and the cudgel; Jew in the bramble bush; 
Vagabonds; Red Jacket; or. The nose tree; The 
straw, the coal and the bean; Snow-white and 
Rose-red 

"Ideal edition for the younger children. Has 
picture cover and end-papers, large, clear type 
and many pictures. The full-page plates are ex- 
cellent in color, simple in design and full of ac- 
tion and humor." Pittsburgh 

Household stories; tr. by Lucy Crane; il. 
by Walter Crane. Macmillan *$1.50; 
Crowell 60c; 35c (3-5) 

"Stories carefully selected." Wis. free lib. 
com. 

"As a decorative artist, Crane is preeminent 
among illustrators and 'Grimm's Household sto- 
ries,' as he pictured them, are a lasting joy. 
(White's Children's books and their illustrators)." 
Pittsburgh 

Household tales; ed. and partly tr. anew 
by Marian Edwardes; il. by R. A. Bell. 
Button $2.50 (3-5) 

"Can be obtained in library binding in Every- 
man's library for *soc. Poorly printed. Illus- 
trations are slightly smaller and some tales have 
been added." Wis. free lib. com. 

Household tales; with the author's notes; 
tr. by ^Margaret Hunt; with introd. by 
Andrew Lang. 2v Alacmillan ea *$1.25 
An edition better suited to the teacher or story- 
teller than to the child 

Popular stories; a reprint of the first Eng- 
lish edition; il. by George Cruikshank. 
Oxford *50c 

Snow-white and the seven dwarfs: dram- 
atized by Jessie B. White 

Stories from Grimm, by Amy Steedman, 
with pictures by Harry Rowntree. (Told 
to the children ser.) Dutton *50c (3-4) 

Contents: Rumpelstiltskin; Wolf and the seven 
kids; Frog prince; Rapunzel; Snowdrop and the 
seven dwarfs; Wandering minstrels; Golden bird; 
Industrious goblins; Hansel and Grethel; Snow- 
white and Rose-red 

Biography 
Adams, O. F. The brothers Grimm 

In Dear old story-tellers, p89-107 (6-8) 
IMitchell, D. G. Fairy realm 

In About old story-tellers, pl49-65 
(6-8) 

Grinnell, George Bird 

Bevond the old frontier. 1913 Scribner 

*$1.50 (8) 

"Vivid stories of exploration, hunting, taking 
of fur, and Indians in peace and war, often quot- 
ing from narratives written by men who faced the 
hardships of frontier life in the early nineteenth 
century." A. L. A. bkl. 

Blackfeet Indian stories. 1913 Scribner 

*$1 (5-7) 

"Over 25 stories handed down for generations 
among the Blackfeet Indians, many of which are 
now published for the first time, with a brief ac- 
count of the life and customs of the tribe." A. 
L. A. bkl. 

Blackfoot lodge tales. Scribner *$1.75 
(8) 

"Indian legends and stories of adventure as 
told by the Indians themselves." Pittsburgh 

Jack among the Indians. (Jack ser. v2) 
Stokes *$1.10 (6-7) 

"Information about Indians authoritative and 

boy's adventures stirring." N. Y. state lib. 



Jack in the Rockies. (Jack ser. v3) 
Stokes *$1.10 (6-7) 

"Adventures of two boys and an old woods- 
man with a pack train in Yellowstone park. 
Follows 'Jack among the Indians.' " N. Y. state 
lib. 
Jack, the young canoeman. (Jack ser. 
v4) Stokes *$1.10 (6-7) 

"Interesting account of a canoe trip along the 
coast of British Columbia. Both information and 
descriptions of scenery are good." A. L. A. bkl. 

Jack, the young cowboy. (Jack ser. v7) 
Stokes *$1.10 (6-7) 

"Straightforward, often exciting, story of Jack's 
summer with the cowboys on his uncle's ranch. 
Full oi interesting information about round-ups, 
branding, stampedes, cow-ponies, etc." N. Y. state 
lib. 
Jack, the young explorer. (Jack ser. v6) 
Stokes *$1.10 (6-7) 

"Boy's outdoor life in northern Montana among 
the Blackfoot Indians." A. L. A. bkl. 
Jack, the young ranchman. (Jack ser. vl) 
Stokes *$1.10 (6-7) 

"A New York boy spends several months on a 
western ranch in the days of the buffalo and 
wild Indian." N. Y. city 

Jack, the young trapper; an eastern boy's 
fur hunting in the Rocky mountains. 
(Jack ser. v5) Stokes *$1.10 (6-7) 

"Many suggestions are made regarding meth- 
ods of trapping and of camp life in general." 
A. L. A. bkl. 

Story of the Indian. 1904 Appleton *$1.35 

(7-8) 

"An excellent book on the North American 
Indian of to-day, his homes and haunts, cus- 
toms, religion, warfare, sports, etc." N. Y. city 

(ed.) Wolf hunters; a story of the buffalo 
plains, from the manuscript account of 
Robert M. Peck. 1914 Scribner *$L25; 
Grosset *50c (7-8) 

"Interesting, graphic account of how three re- 
tired soldiers spent the winter of 1861-62 on the 
plains, hunting wolves. Worth while, as the 
story is true." A. L. A. bkl. 

Grinnell, George Bird, and Swan, Eugene L. 

(eds.) Harper's camping and scouting. 
1911 Harper *$1.50 (6-8) 

"All about camp life and mountaineering. 
Another interesting book for the 'Boy scouts' 
which is concerned also with open air life for 
girls." Oregon 

Gritli's children. Spyri, J. 

Group of famous women. Horton, E. 

Grouse 

Bendire, C: Rufifed grouse 
In Weed's Bird life stories, v2, p89-90 

(5-8) 

Grover, Eulalie Osgood 

Folk lore readers. 3v Atkinson primer 
and bkl 30c. bk2, 40c (1-2) 

"Graded readers based on folk tales, myths and 
legends. Large type and illustrations in two 
colors." Utica 

Overall boys: a first reader. Rand 75c 
(1-2) 
A companion volume to "The sunbonnet babies' 
primer" 

Sunbonnet babies in Holland. 1915 Rand 
*50c (2-3) 

"Well written and attractively illustrated 
reader. The visit to Holland is interesting and 
not too instructive." Wis. 

Sunbonnet babies' primer. Rand 40c 
(1-2) 

"Stories and pictures of two little girls and 
their dog. Jack, and other pets and people." 
N. Y. city 



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Grover, Eulalie Osgood, and Chutter, Fran- 
ces Elizabeth 
Art literature readers. 6v Atkinson 
primer and bk 1 30c, bk2 40c, bk 3-5 ea 
50c (1-3) ^ ^ ^ 

"Uncommonly successful child's readers. Each 
contains about 40 excellent reproductions of paint- 
ings." N. Y. state lib. 

See also Hogate, E. M., jt. auth. 

Grubb, Mary B. 

When mother lets us make gifts. 1914 
Moffat *75c (4-5) 

"The suggestions are practical,, simply presented 
and the designs are good. Most of the gifts will 
need help from mother." A. L. A. bkl. 

Grubb, Mary B., and Taylor, Frances Lilian 

Industrial primer. 1912 Heath 32c (1-2) 
Cover-title reads "Industrial primary reader"^ 
"Easy reading based on the home life and in- 
terests of children, with directions for stick lay- 
ing, paper folding and cutting. Illustrated." 
Pittsburgh 

Grundtvig, Svend 

Danish fairv tales; tr. bv Gustav Hein 
Crowell *$1.50 (4-6) 

"Eighteen fairy tales, told with simplicity and 
possessing much of the charm of true folklore. 
Attractive illustrations." A. L. A. bkl. 

Guam 

Carpenter, F. G: The island of Guam 
In Australia, etc., pl48-52 (6-7) 

Guarding the border. Tomlinson, E. T, 

Gudra's daughter. Stockton, F. R: 
In Floating prince, p84-101 (4-6) 

Gudrun 

Guerber, 11. A. 
In Legends of the middle ages,'p22-34 
(8) 

Gudrun. Schtnidt, F. 

Guerber, Helene Adeline 

Legends of Switzerland. Dodd *$1.35 

(7-8) 
Legends of the middle ages. Am. bk. 

*$1.50 (8) 

"Relates legends in easy narrative, bringing 
out influence on literature and art by quotations 
and pictures." N. Y. state lib. 

Legends of the Rhine. Barnes *$1.50 
(7-8) 

"A collection of the weird, romantic legends 
which cluster about the moss grown ruins and 
quaint towns and cities of the Rhine." Pitts- 
burgh 

Myths of Greece and Roine. Am. bk. 
*$1.50: *$1 (7-8) 

"Excellent account, with illustrations from, 
paintings and statuary, poetical quotations, etc." 
N. Y. city 
Myths of northern lands. Am. bk. *$1.50 
(7-8) 
"\yith special reference to literature and art; 
physical significance explained briefly." Pitts- 
burgh 
Stories of the Wagner operas. Dodd 
*$1.35 (8) 

Contents: Rienzi; Flying Dutchman; Tann- 
hauser; Lohengrin; Tristan and Ysolde; Master- 
singers of Nuremberg; Nibelung's ring; Walkyrie; 
Sietrfried; Dusk of the gods; Parsifal 

"Legends as treated in the operas, related in 
straightforward and attractive prose without dis- 
cussion of musical theories." Pittsburgh 
Story of modern France. 1910 Am. bk. 
*65c (7-8) 

"An outline of French history since 1715, in- 
cluding many biographical sketches and anecdotes 



and sayings to which allusions are often made. 
Genealogies, pronouncing index, map of France 
in 1789 and of Europe in 1812. Bound in the 
schoolbook style of this series." A. L. A. bkl. 

Storjr of old France. 1910 Am. bk. *65c 
(7-8) 

"Complete graphic account of the main fea- 
tures of the history of France to 1715 A. D." 
Preface 

"Genealogies, maps of ancient Gaul, of France 
in 1547, and of Franc-e with the acquisitions of 
Louis XIV." A. L. A. bkl. 

Story of the chosen people. 1896 Am. 
bk. *60c (5;7) 

"From the Bible, Josephus and other sources. 
To the time of the fall of Jerusalem." N. Y. city 

Story of the English. 1898 Am. bk. *65c 
(5-6) 

"Attractive introduction to English history, cov- 
ering whole period, but giving little space to last 
two centuries." A. L. A. 

Story of the great republic. 1899 Am. bk. 

*6Sc (5-7) 

"Sequel to 'Story of the thirteen colonies.' " 
Wis. 

Story of the Greeks. 1896 Am. bk. *60c 
(6-8) 

"Classic legends and true stories in a continu- 
ous narrative." N. Y. city 

Story of the Romans. 1896 Am. bk. *60c 
(6-8) 

"Short stories of the great heroes, mythical and 
historical, from ^neas to the end of the 'Empire 
of the west.' " N. Y. city 

Story of the thirteen colonies. 1898 Am. 
bk. *65c (5-7) 

"From the discovery by the Norsemen through 
the revolutionary war." N. Y. city 

Guernsey Lily. Coolidge, S. 
Guerriere (ship). See Constitution (ship) 
Guert Ten Eyck. Stoddard, W: O. 
Guesclin, Bertrand Du. See Du Guesclin, 
Bertrand, comte de Longueyille 

Guess, George (Indian name Sequoyah) 

Sweetser, K. D. Sequoj^ah: the Cherokee 
Cadmus 
In Book of Indian brayes, p5S-71 (5-7) 

Guest, Charlotte Elizabeth, lady 

(tr.) Mabinogion; ed. by Prof. R. Wil- 
liams. Dutton (Eyeryman's lib.) *40c; 
lib binding *50c 

Guiana 

Carpenter, F. G: In the Guianas 

In South America, p342-50 (5-6) 
Chamberlain, J. F. and A. H: Guianas 

In South America, p30-3 (5-7) 
Markwick, W: F., and Smith, W: A. 

In South American republics, p327-32 
(5-7) 
Guide to biography for young readers; 

American — men of mind. Stevenson, 

B. E. 

Guide to music. Alason, D. G. 

Guide to mythology for young readers. See 
Clarke, H. A. Child's guide to mythol- 
ogy 

Guide to pictures. CafSn, C: H: 

Guide to the trees. Lounsberry, A. 

Guide to United States history for young 
readers. Elson, H: W: 

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Guigou, Paul 

Animal trainer; il. bv A. ^'imar. 1910 Duf- 

field *50c (1-3) 
Animals in the ark; tr. by E. Mils; il. by 

A. Vimar. Duffield *50c 
Guigou, Paul, and Vimar, Auguste 
L'illustre dompteur. Brentano $2.35 

Guillemots 

Dasent, G: W. Capturing guillemots and 
puffins in Iceland 
In Children's hour, v7, p305-10 (2-8) 

Guinea-pigs 

Uullivaiit, C. H: Guinea-pigs, or dom- 
estic cavies 
In Every boy's book of hobbies, p4l5- 
20 (7-8) 
Comstock, A. B. Guinea pig 

In Pet book, p72-5 (5-8) 
Verrill, A. H. Guinea-pigs or cavies and 
their relatives 
In Pets for pleasure and profit, p29-42 
(5-8) 
Westell, W. P. Cavies (guinea-pigs) 
In- Boy's book of pets, p64-78 
Guise, Henry I de Lorraine, duke of, 1550- 
1588 ' 
Pitman, L. W. 
In Stories of old France, pl35-79 (6-7) 

Guitteau, William Backus 

Preparing for citizenship. 1913 Hough- 
ton *75c 

"Elementary textbook in civics. Emphasizes the 
ethical side of civics, 'political morality.' For 
general use and reference." Wis. free lib. com. 

Gulick, Mrs. Charlotte Emily (Vetter) 

Book of symbols for Camp fire girls. 1915 

Camp fire outfitting co. 25c 
Emergencies. (Gulick hygiene ser. v2) 

1909 Ginn *50c; -MOc (5-8) 

"One of the most valuable volumes of this use- 
ful series. Teaches in a simple, direct way what 
to do in case of all kinds of accidents and how 
to avoid them. The illustrations are numerous 
and very helpful." A. L. A. bkl. 
Shul u tam na (in full dress — with all 
beads on) of the Camp fire girls. 1915 
Camp fire outfitting co. 25c 
Gulliver, Lucile 

Daniel Boone. (True stories of great 

Americans) 1916 Macmillan *50c 
Friendship of nations; with a foreword by 
David Starr Jordan. 1912 Ginn *60c 
(5-8) 

"Relates the story of war and of peace, the 
growth of friendly relations between countries, 
and the part played by discoveries and inven- 
■ tions in the cause of peace. Other movements 
of the age that have in view the betterment of 
the world are also described. A good source of 
material for the teacher, and so simply written 
as to be easily read by children. There are 
many quotations and a wide range of illustrative 
material." A. L. A. bkl. 

Gulliver's travels. Swift, J. 

Gulls 

Comstock, A. B. The gull 
In. Pet book, p218 (5-8) 
Gunner aboard the "Yankee." Double- 
day, R. 
Gunnison, Binney 

(ed.) New dialogues and plays, primary, 
intermediate, advanced; adapted from 
well known authors. 1900 Hinds 3v 
ea 50c; 3v in 1 $1.50 (5-8) 



Guns 

Austin, O. P. 

In Uncle Sam's soldiers, pl08-26 (5-7) 
Beard, D. C. How to make blow-guns, 
etc. 
In American boy's handy book, p200-6 
(5-7) 
Briggs, J: B. Modern great guns 
In Lane's Triumphs of science, p57-68 
(5-6) 
Hall, A. N. Toy guns 

In Boy craftsman, p229-34 (6-8) 
Johnston, W: A. Gun pointer 

In Deeds of doing and daring, pl91- 
204 (6-8) _ . 
Marriott, C. Making the big guns 

In Uncle Sam's business, pl93-9 (7-8) 
Miller, C. H. Use of fire-arms 
In Outdoor sports and games, pi 10-24 
(6-8) 
Williams, A. 

In How it is made, p273-83 (7-8) 
Williams, A. Modern artillery 

In Wonders of modern invention, p83- 
126 (7-8) 
See also Rifles; Shooting 
Guns of Bull Run. Altsheler, J. A. 
Guns of Shiloh. Altsheler, J. A. 
Gustavus I, king of Sweden 

Holland, R. S. Gustavus Vasa, hero of 
Sweden 
In Historic heroes of chivalry, pl93-219 
(7-8) 
Lang, A., ed. How Gustavus Vasa won 
his kingdom 
In Red true story book, pi 14-21 (5-7) 
Riis, J. A. Gustav Vasa, the father of 
Sweden 
In Hero tales of the far North, p61-86 
(7-8) 
Gustavus II, Adolphus, king of Sweden 
Altenburg, M. Battle-song of Gustavus 
Adolphus 
In World's story, v8, pl82 
Farmer, L. H. Gustavus Adolphus 
In Boys' book of famous rulers, p312-33 
(7-8) 
Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Gus- 
tavus Adolphus 
In Famous men of modern times, pl46- 
54 (4-6) 
Johnston, C: H. L. Gustavus Adolphus, 
the lion of the north 
In Famous cavalry leaders, p91-121 
(6-8) 
Riis, J. A. Gustav Adolf, the snow-king 
In Hero tales of the far North, p205-37 

Schiller, J. C. F. v. Gustavus Adolphus 
at Liitzen 
In World's story, v8, pl72-81 
Tappan, E. M. Gustavus Adolphus 

In Old world hero stories, pt2, p214- 
19 (6-8) 

Stories 
Henty, G: A. Lion of the North (7-8) 

Gutenberg, Johannes 

Baldwin, J. The first printer 
In Thirty more famous stories retold, 
p40-9 (3-5) 



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Gutenberg, Johannes — Contbnied 

Button, :\I. B. Gutenberg, the discoverer 
of printing _ 

In Little stories of Germany, p83-/ 
(5-6) 
Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Guten- 
berg 
/;b Famous men of the middle ages, 
p257-62 (4-6) 
Holland, R. S. Gutenberg and the print- 
ing press 
In Historic inventions, p9-41 (5-8) 
]\Iitchell, D. G. John Gutenberg 

/;; About old story-tellers, p29-38 (6-8) 
Tappan, E. M. John Gutenberg 

In Old world hero stories, pt2, pl65-70 
(6-8) 
Towle, G: M. John Gutenberg, the in- 
ventor of the printing-press 
In Heroes and martyrs of invention, 
p33-42 (6-7) 

Guy of Warwick 

Greenwood, G. Warwick castle: Guy of 
Warwick 
In Merrie England, p53-71 v,5-7) 
Mabie, H. W., ed. Guy of Warwick 
In Legends that everv child should 
know, p85-109 (6-7) 
Pollard, J. Storjr of Guy of Warwick 
In Stories from old English romance, 
p63-75 (6-8) 

Gymnasiums 

Adams, J. H: House gymnasium 
In Harper's indoor book for boys, p237- 
58 (5-8) 
Beard, D. C. How to make a "g3^m" in 
an attic, a boy's den, club room, or 
fort 
In Boy pioneers, p242-50 (5-8) 
Beard, L. and A. B. Home gymnasium 
In American girl's -handy book, p353-63 
(5-7) 
Eraser, C. C. Our indoor gymnasium 
In Every boy's book of handicraft, 
sports and amusements, pl98-219 
(6-8) 
Hall, A. N. Home-made gymnasium ap- 
paratus for a boy's room 
In Handicraft for handy boys, pl70-7 
(6-8) 
Hall, A. N. Outdoor gymnasium 

Iw Boy craftsman, p243-54 (6-8) 
Kelland, C. B., ed. 
In American boys' workshop, pll2-21, 
250-66 (6-8) 
Verrill, A. H. Fitting up a gymnasium 
In Amateur carpentry, p 148-67 (7-8) 

See also Dumb-bells; Fencing; Phys- 
ical education 

Gypsies. See Gipsies 

Gypsy Breynton. Ward, E. S. P. 

Gypsy's cousin Joy. Ward, E. S. P. 

Gypsy's sowing and reaping. Ward, E. S. P. 

Gyro-car 

Stories 

^^ry^ol' ^' ^'' '^^^° ^'^'^^ ^" ^ gyro-car 
(7-8) 



Gyroscope 

Johnson, V. E: Spinning tops and some 

of their marvellous applications 

In Modern inventions, pl74-205 (8) 



H 



Haaren, John Henry 

(comp.) Ballads and tales. Newson 25c 
(4-5) 

"Simple and attractive adaptations of Robin 
Hood, the legend of King Arthur, Chevy Chase, 
Dick Whittington and his cat, story of Macbeth, 
William Tell, legend of Bregenz, Richard the 
Lion-hearted and others." Pittsburgh 

(comp.) Fairy life. Nevi^son 20c (3-4) 
"Excellent collection of simple fairy prose and 
verse." N. Y. city 

(comp.) Rhymes and fables. Newson 
12c (1-2) 

"Nursery songs -with, pictures. Very popular." 
Pittsburgh 

(comp.) Songs and stories. Newson 15c 
(2-3) 

"Particularly good collection of stories and 
poems." Pittsburgh 

Haaren, John Henry, and Poland, Addison 
B. 

Famous men of Greece. 1904 Am. bk. 
*50c (5-7) 

"Heroes of myth and history." Oregon 
Famous men of modern times. 1909 Am. 

bk. *50c (4-6) 
Famous men of Rome. 1904 Am. bk. 

*50c (5-7) 
Famous men of the middle ages. 1904 

Am. bk. *50c (5-7) 

About Attila, Clovis, Justinian, Mohammed, 
Charlemagne, Harun-al-Raschid, Alfred the Great, 
The Cid, Robert Bruce, Marco Polo, and many 
others 

Haendel, Georg Friedrich. See Handel, 
Georg Friedrich 

Hague, The 

Gulliver, L. City of peace 
In Friendship of nations, p85-94 (5-8) 

Hague peace conferences 

Cabot, E. L., and others' 
In Course in citizenship, p367-73 (1-8) 

Haines, Alice Calhoun 

Cock-a-doodle Hill; being further chroni- 
cles of the Dudley Grahams. Holt $1.50 
(5-7) 

"Tells how they went to live in an old 
fashioned, rambling house in the country." Pitts- 
burgh 

Luck of the Dudley Grahams. Holt $1.50 
(5-7) 

"A family of boys and girls and their effort 
to help a widowed mother in the support of the 
family." A. L. A. bkl. 

Haiti 

Carpenter, F. G: Haiti, the island of the 
two black republics 
In Australia, etc., p344-51 (6-7) 
Kellogg, E. M. C. 
In Australia and the islands of the sea, 
p207-13 (6-7) 
See also Toussaint L'Ouverture 
Hakluyt, Richard 

Boy's Hakluyt, by E. M. Bacon. 1909 
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Hale, Edward Everett 

Boys' heroes. 1885 Lothrop $1 (6-8) 

Contents: Hector; Horatius Codes; Alexander 
the Great; Hannibal; King Arthur; Richard the 
Lion Hearted; Bayard; Robinson Crusoe; Israel 
Putnam; Lafayette; Napoleon the First; Ralph 
Allestree 

Historic Boston and its neighborhood. 
1898 Appleton *50c (6-7) 

"Pilgrimage to colonial and revolutionary land- 
marks." N. Y. city 

How to do it. Little *$1 (8) 
How to do it and How to live. 1900 Lit- 
tle *$1.50 (8) 

"How to talk, read and travel, and how to live 
alone and with others." Hewins 

In His name [Waldenses, 12th century]. 

Little *$1.50 (7-8) 
Man without a country. Little *50c; il 

ed *70c (6-8) 

"A pitiful story of the enforced exile of an 
American naval officer who insulted the flag." 
Cleveland 
— Same 

lit Children's hour, vlO, p450-86 

Alabie's Famous stories, pl82-211 
New England boyhood. Little *$1.50 (8) 
(ed.) Stories of adventure told by adven- 
turers. 1905 Little *$1.20 (6-8) 
(ed.) Stories of discovery, new il ed 1905 
Little *$1.20 (6-8) 

About Columbus, Da Gama, Magellan, Drake, 
the Northwest passage, source of Nile, Antarctic 
continent, etc., told by discoverers 

Biography 
Faris, J: T. Edward E. Hale 
In Winning their way, p286-93 (7-8) 

Hale, Gertrude Elizabeth 

Little rtower people. Ginn *40c (4-5) 

Hale, Lucretia Peabody 

Last of the Peterkins. Little *$1.20 (4-7) 
"Amusing and good for dreamy and unpractical 
children." Hewins 

Follows "Peterkin papers " 

Peterkin papers. Houghton *$1.40 (4-7) 

"Twenty-two absurdly funny stories of the un- 
successful efforts of the Peterkin family to be- 
come wise." Hardy 

Hale, Nathan 

Blaisdell, A. F., and Ball, F. K. Patriot 
spy 
In Hero stories from American history, 
p50-61 (5-7) 
Coe, F. E. Service of Nathan Hale 

In Makers of the nation, p71-7 (4-6) 
Dickson, M. S. Hero spy 

In Pioneers and patriots in early Amer- 
can history, pl-17 (4-5) 
Foote, A. E., and Skinner, A. W. Nathan 
Hale — the martyr spy 
In Makers and defenders of America, 
p98-102 (4-8) 
Lossing, B. J: Two spies; Nathan Hale 

and John Andre. 1886 (7-8) 
Mowry, W: A: and A. AI. Nathan Hale 
In American heroes and heroism, p24-8 
(5-7) 
Northrop, M. S. 

In Barstow's Colonists and the revolu- 
tion, pl84-93 
Revolutionary stories, retold from 
St. Nicholas, p30-48 (5-7) 
Root, J. C. Nathan Hale. 1915 (6-8) 



Poetry 
Finch, F. M. Nathan Hale 
In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, v2, p44-7 
Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 

p262-4 
World's story, vl2. p508-10 
Hart, A. B., and Hill, M., eds. Death of 
Nathan Hale 
In Camps and firesides of the revolu- 
tion, p267-9 (6-8) 
Partridge, W: O. Nathan Hale 
In Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 
p264 (5-7) 
Haley, Mary Murkland 

Dornfield summer. Little *$1.30 (6-8) 
"Wholesome story of girl-life and boy-and-girl 
comradeship." Hewins 

Half a hundred hero tales of Ulysses and 

the men of old. Storr, F., ed. 
Half-back. Barbour, R. H: 
Hall, Albert Neely 

Boy craftsman. 1905 Lothrop *$1.60 
(6-8) 

"Part I contains suggestions as to how a boy 
may earn his own spending money; part 2, out- 
door pastimes; part 3, indoor pastimes." Utica 
Handicraft for handy boys. 1911 Lo- 
throp *$2 (6-8) 

"Practical book intended for boys who want 
to make their \tork pay. Special attention is 
given to articles which can be made of materials 
a boy ordinarily has on hand. Woodworking, 
brasscraft, a wireless telegraph outfit, 'stunts' for 
a boys' vaudeville show, model aeroplanes and a 
boys' band of homemade instruments are some 
of the subjects discussed. Well illustrated with 
photographs and drawings." A. L. A. bkl. 

Handy boy. 1913 Lothrop *$1.60' (6-8) 

"Includes woodworking, electrical and mechani- 
cal toy making, camp craft, the making of modei 
aeroplanes, and other forms of indoor and out- 
door handicraft. WoiTcing drawings and photo- 
graphic illustrations." Pittsburgh 
Home-made toys for girls and boys. 191S 
Lothrop *$1.25 (5-8) 

"A large variety of toys described, and it is 
claimed that the greater part of them require lit- 
tle more than the pick-up material found at home. 
Over 300 illustrations and working drawings." St. 
Louis 

Hall, Alfred Bates, and Chester, Clarence L. 

Panama and the canal. 1910 Newson 
80'c (7-8) 

"From discovery by the Spaniards to the pres- 
ent time, ending with a clear and vivid account 
of the work now being done by our own army 
engineers." Pratt 

Hall, Charles Francis 

Bolton. S. K. 
/;;. Famous voyagers and explorers,. 
p318-27 (7-8) 

Hall, Mrs. Florence Marion (Howe) 

Bovs, girls and manners. 1913 Page 
=^$1.35 (6-8) 

"The rules are given, not as dry and dusty 
skeletons, but as living organisms, clothed in the 
tissue of anecdote and illustration." Pittsburgh 

Hall, Harry Reginald Holland 

Daj's before history. 1907 Crowell 35c 
"Good account of early man, telling how he 
made his 'dugouts' and lake villages, his flint 
arrow heads, pottery, and clothing." A. L. A. 
bkl. 

Hall, Jennie 

Four old Greeks. Rand 35c (4-6) 

Achilles, Herakles, Dionysos, Alkestis 
"Intended as an introduction to Greek myth- 
ology, literature, and art." Baker 



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Hall, Jennie — Continued 

Men of old Greece. 1906 Little *$1.30 

(4-6) 
Leonidas. Themistocles, Phidias, and Socrates 

Viking tales. Rand 60c; 35c (3-5) 

"Spirited rendition of Icelandic sagas." Cincin- 
nati 

Hall, Madeline 

(il.) Giddi^-go-round: tale of a wooden 
horse. Warne *75c (1-3) 

Hall, May Emery 

Dutch days. 1914 Moffat ='^$1 (5-7) , 
"Account of a visit to Holland, made by an 
American brother and sister with their father and 
mother. They see historic sites, quaint towns, 
picturesque people, and Richard takes some pic- 
tures which make interesting illustrations for the 
book." A. L. A. bkl. 

Jan and Betje. Merrill 30c (3-4) 

"About the every-day life of Jan and Betje, 
who live on a flatboat on one of the canals of 
Holland. For the younger children." Pittsburgh 

Hall, Ruth 

Boys of Scrooby. Houghton *$1.25 (6-7) 
"Three English boys whose parents first sought 
religious freedom in Holland, meet various ad- 
ventures in the new colonies at Jamestown, Ply- 
mouth and New Netherlands." N. Y. state lib. 

Golden arrow; story of Roger Williams' 
day. Houghton *$1.25 (6-7) 

In the brave days of old. Houghton 
*$1.25 (6-7) 

Adventures in time of James I of England 

Hall, Winfield Scott 

From youth into manhood. 1909 Assn. 
press 50c (7-8) 

"On sex education. Designed for boys, 11-15 
years. Recommended by the American vigilance 
association." Jordan 

Halleck, Fitz-Greene 

^larco Bozzaris 

In \\'orld's story, v4, p223-7 

•Hallowe'en 

Beard, L. and A. B. All-Hallow-eve 

In American girl's handy book, pl87-99 
(5-7) 
Beard, L. and A. B. Hallowe'en merry- 
making 
In Things worth doing, p55-72 (6-7) 
Beard, L. and A. B. Hallowe'en revels 
/;/ Indoor and outdoor recreations for 
girls, p254-63 (6-7) 
Beard. L. and A. B. Witchery 
In What a girl can make and do, p292- 
300 (5-7) 
Brown, D: All-Hallow-eve myths 

In Our holidays, p8-12 (4-6) 
Campbell, H. L. Hallowe'en and other 
amusements 
In American girl's home book, pl44-6 
(5-7) 
Glover. E. H., ed. 

In "Dame Curtsey's" book of games 
for children, p81, 90-1, 96-7, 159-60 
(3-8) 
Hall, A. N. 

/" Boy craftsman, p281-90 (6-8) 
Kelley. L. E. 

In Three hundred things a bright girl 
can do, p610-13 (7-8) 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
Hallowe'en 
In Days and deeds: prose, pl94-8 (5-7) 



Plays 

Merington, M. Testing of Sir Gawayne 

In Festival plays, p209-62 (7-8) 
Varney, A. S. Hallowe'en 

/;; Story plavs, old and new, v3, pl41-52 
(2:5) 

Poetry 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
Hallowe'en 
In Days and deeds: verse, pl87-91 (5-7) 
Hamerton, Philip Gilbert 

Chapters on animals. Heath *25c (6-8) 
Dogs; Canine guests; Cats; Horses 

Hamilton, Alexander 

Bolton, S. K. Alexander Hamilton 
In Famous American statesmen, p99-132 
(7-8) 
Brooks, E. S. 
In Century book of famous Americans, 
p49-63 (4-6) 
Brooks, E. S. Story of Alexander Hamil- 
ton, of New York 
In Historic Americans, pll5-29 (8) 
Burton, A. H. Story of Alexander Ham- 
ilton 
lit Four American patriots, p71-130 
(4-5) 
Foote, A. E., and Skinner, A. W^ 

In Makers and defenders of America, 
pl29-40 (4-8) 
Morris, C: Alexander Hamilton, the ar- 
chitect of American finance 
In Heroes of progress in America, p76- 
84 (7-8) 
Mowry, W: A: and A. M. Alexander 
Hamilton 
In First steps in the historj^ of our 
country, pl68-75 (4-5) 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
.Alexander Hamilton 
In Days and deeds: prose, p308-10 (5-7) 
Hamlin, Mrs. Myra Sawyer 

Nan at Camp Chicopee. (Chicopee ser. 
vl) Little *$1.20 (5-6) 

"Summer camp for boys on an island, and Nan 
shares in all their sports." Pittsburgh 
Nan in the citv. (Chicopee ser. v2) Lit- 
tle *$1.20 (5-6) 

"Winter at school in a great city." Pittsburgh 
Nan's Chicopee children. (Chicopee ser. 
v3) Little *$1.20 (5-6) 

"Tells of the grown-up Nan's summer home for 
poor city boys and girls." Pittsburgh 

Hammocks 

Beard, L. and A. B. Ball of twine and 
what may be made of it 
In Indoor and outdoor recreations for 
girls, p27-31 (6-7) 
Beard, L. and A. B. How to' make a ham- 
mock 
In American girl's handy book, pl59-67 
(5-7) 
Hammond, Gertrude D. 

(il.) Bunyan, J: Pilgrim's progress 
(il.) Carter, T: T. Shakespeare's stories 
of the English kings 
Hammond, Harold 

^^"est Point; its glamour and its grind. 
Cupples $1.25 

"Gives in almost negligible story form, a sim- 
ple, straightforward account of the routine of 
cadet life at the United States military academy. 
Illustrations from photographs." N. Y. state lib. 



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Hamp, Sidford Frederick 

Dale and Fraser, sheepmen. Wilde *$1.25 
(7) 

About sheep raising in Colorado with account 
of a wolf hunt, prairie fire and blizzard 

Trail of the badger. Wilde *$1.25 (6-7) 

"Story of three boys' hunt for treasure and 
ingenious scheme for reclaiming an arid area in 
southern Colorado in the '70s. While the ex- 
citing events are improbably numerous, the story 
is manly in tone, well told, free from slang, and 
suggested by author's own experiences." N. Y. 
state lib. 

Hancock, Harrie Irving 

Life at West Point. 1902 Putnam *$1.40' 
(8) . . . 

"Describes training of army officers; studies, 
drill, discipline and amusements." N. Y. state 
lib. 

Hancock, John 

Breck, S: Anecdotes of John Hancock 
In Hart and Chapman's How our 
grandfathers lived, pl3-18 (6-8) 

Hand writing. See Writing 

Handbook of the birds of eastern North 

America. Chapman, F. M. 
Handbook of the people's health. Coleman, 

W. AI. 

Handel, Georg Friedrich 

Lillie, L. C. W. George Frederick Han- 
del 
In Story of music and musicians, p79- 
93 (6-8) 
Smith, H. Handel — the oratorio 

In Founders of music, pl8-26 (7-8) 
Urbino, L. B. Handel, the master of 
oratorio 
1)1 World's story, v7, p 191-5 

Handicraft 

Adams, J: D. When mother lets us car- 
penter. 1916 

Adams, J. H: Harper's indoor book for 
boys. 1908 (5-8) 

Adams, J. H: Harper's outdoor book for 
boys. 1907 (5-8) 

Bailey, C. S. Girls' make-at-home things. 
1912 (3-5) 

Bailey, C. S. and M. E. Boys' make-at- 
home things. 1912 (3-5) 

Beard, D. C. Jack of all trades. 1900 
(5-7) 

Beard, L. and A. B. American girl's 
handy book. 1898 (5-7) 

Beard, L. and A. B. Indoor and outdoor 
recreations for girls. 1906 (6-7) 

Beard, L. and A. B. What a girl can 
make and do. _ 1902_ (5-7) 

Bond, A. R. Scientific American boy. 
1905 (6-8) 

Bond, A. R. Scientific American boy at 
school. 1910 (6-8) 

Boy mechanic. 2v 1913-15 (6-8) 

Bullivant, C. H: Every boy's book of 
hobbies. 1912 (7-8) 

Fraser, C. C. Every boy's book of handi- 
craft, sports and amusements. 1913 
(6-8) 

Goldsmith, 'M. Practical things with sim- 
ple tools. 1916 (6-8) 

Gnibb, M. B. When mother lets us make 
gifts. 1914 (4-5) 

Hall, A. N. Boy craftsman. 1905 (6-8) 



Hall, A. N. Handicraft for handy boys. 
1911 (6-8) 

Hall, A. N. Handy boy. 1913 (6-8) 

Hall, A. N. Home-made toys for girls 
and boys. 1915 (5-8) 

Kelland, C. B., ed. American boys' work- 
shop. 1914 (6-8) 

Lucas, E: V. and E. G. Three hundred 
games and pastimes. 1910 (5-7) 

Moore, H. W. Manual training t^^s for 
the boy's workshop. 1912 

Paret, A. P., ed. Harper's handy-book for 
girls. 1910 (7-8) 

Sage, E., and Cooley, A. M. Occupations 
for little fingers. 1905 

Sanford, F. G. Art crafts for beginners. 
1904 (8) 

Stout, W: B. Boy's book of mechanical 
models. 1916 

Three hundred and one things a bright 
girl can do. 1911 

Williams, A. How to make things. 1913 
(7-8) 

See also Baskets; Beadwork; Clay 
modeling; Embroidery; Enamel; Iron- 
work; Jewelry; Lace; Leather work; 
Manual training; Mechanics; Occupa- 
tions for children; Paper work; Pyrog- 
raphy; Raffia work; Rugs; Sewing; 
Silversmithing; Stencil work; Tools; 
Toys; Weaving; Woodcarving 

Handicraft for handy boys. Hall, A. N. 
Handicraft for outdoor boys. Beard, D. C. 
Handy boy. Hall, A. N. 
Hannibal 

Abbott, J. History of Hannibal the Car- 
thaginian (6-8) 
Baldwin, J. Hannibal the hero of Car- 
thage 
In Thirty more famous stories retold, 
p205-ll (3-5) 
Dalkeith, L. Of Hannibal 

In- Stories from Roman history, p25-32, 
41-7 (4-5) 
Hale, E: E. Hannibal 

In Boys' heroes. p51-68 (6-8) 
Lang, L. B. Hannibal 

In Red book of heroes, p43-94 (7-8) 
Tappan, E. M. Hannibal, who fought 
against Rome 
In Old world hero stories, ptl, p91-9 
(6-8) 

Stories 

Brooks, E. S. Favored of Baal 

In Chivalric days, p23-44 (6-7) 
Henty, G: A. Young Carthaginian (6-8) 

Hans Brinker. Dodge, M. M. 

Hans in luck 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v3, 

p69-73 
Scudder's Book of fables and folk 

stories, p34-41 
Scudder's Book of folk stories, p26- 

34 
Scudder's Children's book, p83-5 
Young and Field literary readers, v3, 

p23-35 

Hans the Eskimo. Scandlin, C. 

Hanschen im Blaubeerenwald. Beskow, E. 



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Hanschens skifahrt. Beskow, E. 

Hansel and Gretel ; play. McLaren, J. M., and 

Harvey, E. ]\I. 
Happy family. Aldin, C. il. 
Harboe, Paul, pseud. 

Child's story of Hans Christian Ander- 
sen. 1907 Duffield *$1.50 (5-6) 
" 'Life itself is, after all, the most beautiful 
fairy tale,' said Andersen; and the account of his 
strange career is as charming as one of his own 
wonder stories." N. Y. city 

Harbors 

Gould, F: J. On the edge of the sea 

In Victors of peace, p24-31 (5-8) 
Williams, A. Harbor works 

In How it is done, p350-75 (7-8) 
Williams, A. Harbours of refuge 
In Romance of modern engineering, 
p292-307 (7-8) 
Sec also Docks 
Harding, Caroline H., and Harding, Samuel 
Bannister 
City of the seven hills. 1902 Scott 50c 

(5-7) , ,. 

"History of Rome, giving descriptions of the 
manners and customs." Oregon 
Stories of Greek gods, heroes and men. 
1898 Scott 50c (3-4) 

■ "Twenty-one stories of mythology, 6 stories of 
heroes, 13 stories from history." Pittsburgh 

Harding, Samuel Bannister 

Story of the middle ages. 1901 Scott 50c 

(6-7) 
"About the ancient Germans, the rise of the 
Franks, the growth of feudalism, the deeds of 
the Northmen and the crusades." Pittsburgh 

Sec also Harding, Caroline H., jt. auth. 
Harding of St. Timothy's. Pier, A. S. 
Hardy, Mrs. Mary Earle 

Little Ta-wish. Rand *$1 (4-6) 

"A slight thread of narrative, describing Indian 
life in what is now Yellowstone park, binds to- 
gether the folk tales. Illustrations from photo- 
graphs and drawings." A. L. A. bkl. 

Sea stories for wonder eyes. 1904 Ginn 
*50c; *40c (3-5) 

"On water-drops, sea-sand, sea-anemones, jelly 
fish, sponges, crabs, and other wonders. Attrac- 
tively illustrated. P"or younger children. Its com- 
panion volume, 'Hall of shells,' tells of pearls, 
barnacles, sea-flowers, and shells." Olcott 

Hare, Christopher, pseud. 

Story of Bayard. 1911 Dutton $2 (6-8) 
"Relates with much sympathy and charm the 
life and exploits of the Chevalier Bayard, known 
as 'the perfect knight.' Based on the chronicles 
of the Loyal Servitor and others. 8 colored 
plates." N. Y. state lib. 

— Same; abridged. (Tales from many 
lands) Dutton *50c 

Hares. See Rabbits 
Harland, Marion, pseud. 

When grandmamma was new. Lothrop 
$1.25 (4) 

"True stories of a little girl's life in the South, 
told some years afterward to her grandchildren." 
N. Y. city 

Harold II, king of England 

Church, A. J: Harold the earl; Harold 
the king 
/;; Stories from English history, pl07-24 
(6-8) 
Lytton, E: G: E. L. Harold, the last of 
the Saxon kings (8) 



Skae, H. T. English and Norman 

Jn Stories from English history, p39-75 
(5-6) 
Harold, the last of the Saxon kings. Lyt- 
ton, E: G: E. L. 
Haroun-al-Raschid. See Harun-al-Rashid 
Harp that once through Tara's halls. 
Moore, T: 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p20-l 
World's story, vlO, p507 
Harper's aircraft book. Verrill, A. H. 
Harper's beginning electricity. Shafer, 

D. C. 

Harper's boating book for boys. Davis, C: 
G., ed. 

Harper's book for young gardeners. Ver- 
rill, A. H. 

Harper's book for young naturalists. Ver- 
rill, A. H. 

Harper's book of little plavs. 1910 Harper 
$1; school ed. *75c (5-6) 

Contents: Frog fairy, by Margaret S. Briscoe; 
Revolt of the holidays, by E: I. Stevenson; Nine- 
pin club, by Caroline A. Creevey and Margaret 

E. Sangster; Familiar quotations, by Patty P. 
Bermann; Tables turned, by J: K. Bangs; 
Thanksgiving dream, by Caroline A. Creevey and 
Margaret E. Sangster 

"Six plays intended to be played by children of 
approximately ten to twelve without assistance 
from their elders. 'Familiar quotations' which 
may be amplified at will, is especially adapted for 
a school or church entertainment." A. L. A. bkl. 

Harper's camping and scouting. Grinnell, 
G: B., and Swan, E. L., eds. 

Harper's electricity book for bovs. Adams, 

J. H: 
Harper's everj^-day electricity. Shafer, D. C. 
Harper's gasoline engine book. Verrill, 

A. H. 

Harper's handy-book for girls. Paret, A. P., 
ed. 

Harper's how to understand electrical work. 
Onken, W': H:, jr., and Baker, J. B. 

Harper's indoor book for boys. Adams, 
J. H: 

Harper's machinery book for boys. Adams, 

J. H: 
Harper's outdoor book for bovs. Adams, 

J. H: 

Harper's school speaker. Baldwin, J., ed. 
Harper's wireless book. Verrill, A. H. 
Harraden, Beatrice 

Things will take a turn. Scribner *$1; 
*50c (4) 

"Charming story of how Rosebud helped hef 
grandfather in the old book shop." N. Y. city 

Harris, Ada Van Stone, and Gilbert. Charles 
B. 

(comps.) Poems bv grades. Scribner ea 
*60c 

Harris, Alice Louise 

Eugene Field reader. 1905 Scribner 
Holiday ed *50c; school ed *40c (1-3) 
"Based on a well-selected number of Eugene 
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Harris, Amanda Bartlett 

American authors for 3'oung folks. 1887 
Lothrop $1 (7-8) _ 

"Sketches of 14 leading American writers, de- 
signed to a\\4aken desire to read their works." 
N. Y. state lib. 

Harris, Joel Chandler 

Aaron in the wildwoods. Houghton *$1.80 
(5-7) 

"Story of a runaway slave and a little cripple 
who lived on a Georgia plantation." Oregon 
Daddy Jake, the runaway. Century $1.25 
(4-7) 

"Plantation life irr Georgia during the civil 
war and more 'Uncle Remus' stories." N. Y. 
city 
Little ]\Ir. Thimblefinger and his queer 
country; il. b}^ Oliver Herford. Hough- 
ton *$1.80 (4-6) 

"Fantastic tale interweaving negro animal sto- 
ries and other Georgia folklore with modern in- 
ventions." N. Y. state lib. 
Mr. Rabbit at home; il. by Oliver Her- 
ford. Houghton *$1.80 (4-6) 

Animal stories. Follows "Little Mr. Thimble- 
finger" 
Nights vi^ith Uncle Remus. Houghton 
*$1.40 (5-8) 

"Adyentures of Brer Rabbit and sly Brer 
Fox, just as Uncle Remus told them to the 
'little boy.' " Pittsburgh 

On the plantation; il. by E. W. Kemble. 
Appleton *$1.50 (6-7) 

"Georgia boy's adventures during the civil 
war." N. Y. city 

Plantation pageants. Houghton *$1.80 
(6-8) 

"More about Buster John, Sweetest Susan, 
Drusilla, Aaron and the animals on the Georgia 
plantation." N. Y. state lib. 
Stories of Georgia. Am. bk. *60c (8) 

"Explorers and pioneers of the south; De Soto, 
Oglethorpe, the partisan warfare of the revolu- 
tion, the story of the cotton gin, the Creeks and 
Cherokees, etc." N. Y. city 

Story of Aaron. Houghton *$1.80' (6-7) 
"An Arab slave's story, told in part by ani- 
mals." Pittsburgh 

Uncle Remus and his friends. Houghton 
*$1.40 (4-8) 

"Old plantation stories, songs and ballads, with 
sketches of negro character." Title 
Uncle Remus and the little boy. 1910 
Small $1.25 (3-4) 

"Bre'r Rabbit and Bre'r Fox and Bre'r B'ar 

reappear in these 7 stories and 6 poems, which 

form the last of the 'Uncle Remus' books. It is 

adapted to smaller children than the first ones." 
A. L. A. bkl. 

Uncle Remus; his songs and his sayings. 
Appleton *$2 (5-8) 

"More tales of Brer Fox, Brer Rabbit, the Tar 
B^by, and the rest of the 'creeturs,' with most 
attractive and amusing pictures by A. B. Frost." 
N. Y. city 

Biography 

Joel Chandler Harris 

In Riverside readers, v4, p223-8 

Harris, Townsend 

Faris, J: T. Townsend Harris 

In Winning their way, p 197-203 (7-8) 

Harrison, Mrs. Amelia Williams. See 

Compton, ]\Iargaret, pseud. 

Harrison, Benjamin 

Russell, C: E. Benjamin Harrison; poem 
In Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 
p265-6 (5-7) 

Harrison, Mrs. Burton. See Harrison, Con- 
stance Cary 



Harrison, Constance Cary 

Old-fashioned fairy book. Scribner *$1.25 
(4-5J 
Harrison, Elizabeth 

In story-land. 1895 National kindergar- 
ten college, 2944 Michigan boulevard, 
Chicago $1.25 (3-4) 
"To be told or read aloud." Pittsburgh 

Harrison, Herbert 

Lad of Kent. Macmillan *$1.25 (8) 

"Full of exciting adventures with smugglers." 

Hewins 

"Will be liked by boys who enjoy Stevenson 

and Cooper." A. L. A. bkl. 

Harrison, William Henry 
Stories 
Norton, C: L. Soldier of the legion (8) 
Harry and Lucy. See Edgeworth, M. 

Early lessons 

Hart, Albert Bushnell, and Chapman, Annie 
Bliss 

(eds.) How our grandfathers lived. 
(Source readers in Amer. hist. v3) 1902 
Macmillan *60c (6-8) 

"Home life and school life, interesting hap- 
penings, historic incidents, etc., chiefly of first 
half of igth century told by contemporaries in 
verse and prose." N. Y. city 

Hart, Albert Bushnell, and Hazard, Blanche 
E. 

(eds.) Colonial children. (Source read- 
ers in Amer. hist, vl) 1902 Macmillan 
*40c (5-7) 

"A free handling, modernising, abstracting of 
contemporary narratives." Nation 

Hart, Albert Bushnell, and Hill, Mabel 

(eds.) Camps and tiresides of the revolu- 
tion. (Source readers in Amer. hist. 
v2) 1902 Macmillan *50c (6-8) 

"Descriptions of events and battles by people 
who took part in them." N. Y. city 

Hart, Albert Bushnell, ind Stevens, Eliza- 
beth 

(eds.) Romance of the civil war. (Source 
readers in Amer. hist. v4) 1903 Mac- 
millan *60c (6-8) 

"Extracts from letters and papers written dur- 
ing the war." Utica 

Harte, Bret 

Chicago, October 10, 1871 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p303 (7-8) 
John Burns of Gettysburg 
III Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 
p237-40 
World's story, vl3, p384-7 
Biography 
Bret Harte 

III Riverside readers, v8, pl75-8 
Wright, H. C. Bret Harte 

In Children's stories in American litera- 
ture, v2, p72-83 (7-8) 

Harun-al-Rashid 

Baldwin, J. Lesson in humility 

In Fifty famous people, p35-7 (1-3) 
Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Harun- 
al-Rashid 
In Famous men of the middle ages, 
pll2-18 (4-6) 
Scudder, H. E., ed. Adventures of Caliph 
Haroun Al-Raschid 
In Children's book, p255-83 (2-5) 



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Harvard university 

Hale, E: E. Historic Boston and its 
neighborhood. 1898 (6-7) . 

Hart, A. B., and Hazard, B. E., eds. Strict 
rules for college students 
Iti Colonial children, p208-10 (5-7) 

Mowry, W: A: and B. S. John Harvard 
In American pioneers, p256-65 (5-7) 

Harvesting . 

Bradish, S. P. Harvesting; Stacking and 

threshing;- September; Corn husking 

In Stories of country life, p82-95 (3-4) 

Harvey, Edith Mary. See McLaren, J. M., 

jt. auth. 

Hasbrouck, Louise Seymour 

La Salle. 1916 MacmiUan *50c (7-8) 
(comp.) Parkman, F. Boys' Parkman. 

1912 Little *$1 (6-8) 
(comp.) Parkman, F. Rivals for Amer- 
ica. 1915 Little *60c (6-8) 

Haskell, Helen Eggleston 

Katrinka: story of a Russian child. Dut- 

ton *$1.25 (7-8) 

Hasluck, Paul Nooncree 

(ed.) Knotting and splicing ropes and 
cordage. 1905 McKay 50c (6-8) 
"Many illustrations." Arnold 

Hassan in Egypt. MacDonald, E. A. B., 
and Dalrymple, J. 

Hastings, Warren 

Burke, E. Trial of Warren Hastings 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
pl54-8 (7-8) 
Macaulay, T: B. Trial of Warren Hast- 
ings 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
pl41-54 (7-8) 
Warren, H: P., ed. Story of Warren 
Hastings 
In Stories from English history, p352-7 
(5-7) 

Hastings, Battle of, 1066 

Creasy, E: S. Battle of Hastings 
In Fifteen decisive battles of the world 
(7-8) 
Guerber, H. A. Battle of Hastings _ 

In- Story of the English, p73-6 (5-6) 
]\Iorris. C: 
In Historical tales: English, p45-56 
(7-8) 
Wace, R. Battle of Hastings 

/)/ World's story, v9, pl55-68 
W^ood, E. Hastings 
In Boys' book of battles, p27-37 (6-8) 

Hathaway, Esse Virginia 

Napoleon, the little Corsican. (Little 
lives of great men) 1906 Rand 35c; 25c 
(7-8) 

"Interesting condensed account touching all es- 
sential points but not emphasizing the selfishness 
of the hero." A. L. A. bkl. 

Hats 

Carpenter, F. G: 

In How the world is clothed, p205-24 
(4-5) 
Chamberlain, J. F. How hats are made 

In How we are clothed, pl80-91 (4-5) 
Chase, A., and Clow, E. 

In Stories of industry, v2, p59-63 (5-7) 



Paret, A. P., ed. Home millinery 
In Harper's handy-book for girls, p241- 
51 (7-8) 
White, M. Raffia and palm-leaf hats 
/;/ More baskets and how to make them, 
p87-97 (5-8) 

Hatton, Henry, and Plate, Adrian 

Alagicians' tricks. 1910 Century *$1.60 
"Over 250 illustrations." Olcott 

Hauff, Wilhelm 

Caravan tales, and some others; retold 
from the German by J. G. Hornstein. 
Stokes *$1.50 (5-6) 

"With one exception, 'The rusty key' — written 
by the translator — these stories are well told, 
free renditions of Hauff's classic Marchen, of 
which there is no modern edition in translation. 
The stories are of the order of the Arabian nights 
and breathe the glamour and color of the Orient, 
which their author never saw. The 15 illustra- 
tions, Ijy Norman Ault, are spirited and well 
produced in color." A. L. A. bkl. 

Haughery, Margaret 

Bryant, S. C. ^Margaret of New Orleans 
In Cabot's Ethics for children, p39-41 
(1-6) 

Haunter of the pine gloom. See Roberts, 
C: G: D. Kindred of the wild 

Hausmiitterchen. Pletsch, O., il. 

Havell, Herbert Lorde 

Tales from Herodotus. Crowell 50c (6-7) 

Havelock, Sir Henry 

Elias, E. L. 

In In Victorian times, plOl-8 (7-8) 
Lang, L. B. Child's hero 

In Red book of heroes, pl69-221 (6-8) 

Havelok 

Marks. J. A. Fisherman's boy 
/;; Early English hero tales, p57-67 

Pollard, J. Story of Havelok the Dane 
In Stories from old English romance, 
p41-54 (6-8) 

Hawaiian islands 

Description and travel 
Brassey, A. Visit to Kilauea; Sandwich 
islands 
/;; Johonnot's Geographical reader, 
p337-45 (7-8) 
George, M. M.. ed. Little journey to Ha- 
waii and the Philippine islands. 1901 
(5-6) 
Gibson, C. C. Honolulu 
In In eastern wonderlands, pl4-24 (6-7) 

Kellogg, E. M. C. 
In Australia-and the islands of the sea, 
p418-31 (6-7) 

Krout, M. H. Alice's visit to the Ha- 
waiian islands. 1900 (5-7) 

Tolman, S. W. C, and others 
In Around the world, v3, p208-34 

Twombly, A. S. Hawaii and its people. 
1899 (7-8) 

Winslow, I: O. 
In Our American neighbors, p92-8 (4-6) 

Folklore 

Twomblv. A. S. Hawaii and its people. 
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Hawaiian islands — Continued 
History 
Guerber, H. A. Hawaiian islands; Annex- 
ation of Hawaii 
In Story of the great republic, p323-31 
(5-7) 
Lawrence, IM. S. Old time Hawaiians and 

their work. 1912 (4-5) 
Twombly. A. S. Hawaii and its people. 
1899 (7-8). 

Social life and customs 
Carpenter, F. G: Our Hawaiian posses- 
sions 
In Australia, etc., pl27-48 {6-7) 
Lawrence, M. S. Old time Hawaiians 

and their work. 1912 (4-5) 
Wade, M. H. B. Our little Hawaiian cou- 
sin. 1902 (4-6) 

Haweis, Mary Eliza (Joy) 

Chaucer for children. Scribner *$1.25 
(5-8) 

"Prefaced by an account of Chaucer's life and 
the London of his day. Gives portions of a 
number of the tales. Original and modern text 
in parallel columns. Eight colored pictures, and 
a number of small woodcuts by the author." Am. 
L. E. 

"Though possibly only an exceptional child will 
enjoy the book, it brings the youthful reader 
closer to the time of Chaucer than any other 
version for children." Arnold 

Hawkes, Clarence 

King of the flying sledge. Holt *$1.25 
(6-8) 
"Readable story for boys; describing episodes 
in the career of a fine-bred reindeer imported 
from Norway for the Alaskan herd. The animal 
is not unduly humanized. Based largely on gov- 
ernment reports." N. Y. state lib. 
Little water-folks: stories of lake and 
river. 1907 Crowell *25c (6-8) 

"Short familiar studies of outdoor life excep- 
tionally interesting to children." Wis. free lib. 
com. 

Piebald, king of bronchos. Jacobs *$1.25 
(7-8) 

"A story which will especially appeal to youth- 
ful readers. Contains much that is interesting in 
regard to the habits of wild life, but at times 
strains the license of sentiment." Springfield 
Republican 
Shaggycoat: the biography of a beaver. 

1906 Jacobs *$1.25; *25c (5-7) 
Trail to the woods. 1907 Am. bk. *40c 
(5-6) 

"Observations of animal life in the woods." 
Oregon 

Hawks, Ellison 

Boys' book of astronomy. 1914 Stokes 

*$1.75 (7-8) 

"Full treatment, giving something of the his- 
tory of astronomy and the telescope. Useful for 
reference and for reading in connection with the 
older children. Many illustrations and diagrams." 
A. L. A. bkl. 
Stars shown to the children. 1911 Piatt 
& Peck CO. *90c 

"For boys and girls who want to learn about 
the sun and its spots, the moon mountains, 
planets, comets, meteors, and stars. Good illus- 
trations from photographs, drawings and colored 
paintings." Pittsburgh 

Hawks 

Long, W: J. Ismaques the fishhawk; 
School for little fishermen 

In Wood folk at school, p31-57 (5-7) 
Miller, O. T. Hawk and eagle family 

In Second book of birds, pl88-93 (5-7) " 



Hawthorne, Hildegarde 

New York. (Peeps at great cities) 1911 
Macmillan *60c (6-8) 
Hawthorne, Nathaniel 
Custom house 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p240-65 (7-8) 
Grandfather's chair; or, True stories from 
New England history, 1620-1803. (Riv- 
erside lit. ser.) Houghton *50c (6-8) 
"Such an introduction to New England history 
as perhaps can never be surpassed." L. A. H. 

— Same, and Biographical stories. (River- 
side juv. classics) Houghton *75c (6-8) 
Published also under title "True stories from 
history and biography" 

Gray champion 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v7, pll5-24 
Mabie's Legends that every child 
should know, p212-22 (6-7) 
Great stone face 
In Mabie's Famous stories, pl48-71 
(6-8) 
House of the seven gables. Houghton 
*$1; Button (Everyman's lib.) *40c; lib 
binding *50c; Macmillan *25c 

"After the Wonder book and Tanglewood tales 
this is the one of Hawthorne's books most likely 
to interest young people." Jordan 

Lichfield and Uttoxeter 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
pi 19-26 (7-8) 
Little Daffydowndilly, and other stories. 

(Riverside lit. ser.) Houghton *40c 

(4-6) 

Contents: Sketch of the life of Nathaniel 
Hawthorne; Little Daffydowndilly; Little Annie's 
ramble; Snow-image; Rill from the town pump; 
David Swan; Vision of the fountain; Threefold 
destiny; Biographical stories 

Published without the "Biographical stories" in 
Riverside literature ser. Houghton *25c 

Passages from American note-book 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p21-30 (7-8) 
Snow image 

In Mabie's Famous stories, p37-56 

MacDonald and Blaisdell's Child life 
[condensed], v4, p27-43 
— Same, and other twice told tales. 
Houghton *$1 (5-8) 

Contents: Snow-image; Great stone face; Main 
street; Ethan Brand; A bell's biography; Sylph 
Etherege; Canterbury pilgrims; Old news; Man of 
adamant; Devil in manuscript; John Inglefield's 
Thanksgiving; Old Ticonderoga; Wives of the 
dead; Little Daffydowndilly; My kinsman. Major 
Molineux 

Tanglewood tales for girls and boys. 
Houghton *$1.20; (Riverside juv. 
classics) *75c; (Riverside lit. ser.) *40c 

(5-8) 
Contents: The Minotaur; The pygmies; The 
dragon's teeth; Circe's palace; The pomegranate 
seeds; The golden fleece 

— Same; il. by G. W. Edwards. Hough- 
ton *$2.25 
—Same; il. by Milo Winter. Rand *$1.35; 

lib binding *$1.50 
True stories from history and biography. 
Houghton *$1.20; *$1 (6-8) 
"Contains 'Whole history of grandfather's 
chair,' together with stories of Benjamin West, 
Sir Isaac Newton, Samuel Johnson, Oliver Crom- 
well. Benjamin Franklin and Queen Christina of 
Sweden." Pittsburgh 



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Hawthorne, Naihanicl— Continued 
Twice told tales. Houghton *$1; (River- 
side lit. ser.) *60c; Button (Everyman s 
lib.) *40c; lib binding *50c 

Contents: Gray champion; Sunday at home; 
Wedding knell; Minister's black veil; Maypole of 
Merry Mount; Gentle boy; Mr. Higgmbotham s 
catastrophe; Little Annie's ramble; Wakefield; 
Kill from the town pump; Great carbuncle; Pro- 
phetic pictures; David Swan; Sights trom a 
steeple; Hollow of the three hills; Toll-gatherers 
day; Vision of the fountain; Fancy s show box; 
Dr Heidegger's experiment; Legends of the i'rov- 
ince House; Haunted mind; Village uncle; Ambi- 
tious guest; Sister years; Snow-flakes; Seven 
vagabonds; White old maid; Peter Goldthwaite s 
treasure; Chippings with a chisel; Shaker bridal; 
Night sketches; Endicott and the red cross; Lilys 
quest; Footprints on the sea-shore; Edward Fanes 
Rosebud; Threefold destiny 

Wonder book for girls and boys. Hough- 
ton *$1.20; (Riverside juv. classics) 
*75c; (Riverside lit. ser.) *40'c (5-8) 

Contents: Gorgon's head; Golden touch; Para- 
dise of children; Three golden apples; Miraculous 
pitcher; Chimaera 

—Same; il. by Walter Crane. Houghton 

*$2.75 
— Same; il. by Milo Winter. (Windermere 

ser.) Rand *$1.35; lib binding *$1.50 
— Same, and Tanglewood tales for girls 
and bovs; il. bv Maxfield Parrish. Duf- 
field *$2.25 (5-8) 
— Same. Dutton (Everyman's lib.) =^40c; 

lib binding *50c 
— Same; il. by H. Granville Fell. Dutton 
$2.50 

Biography 
Arnold, S. L., and Gilbert, C: B., eds. Na- 
thaniel Hawthorne 
In Stepping stones to literature, v5, 
p3-5 (5) 
Bolton, S. K. Nathaniel Hawthorne and 
his family 
In Famous American authors, pl04-32 
(7-8) 
Harris, A. B. Nathaniel Hawthorne 
In American authors for young folks, 
p85-104 (7-8) 
Nathaniel Hawthorne 

In Riverside readers, v5, p215-20 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. Na- 
thaniel Hawthorne 
In Days and deeds: prose, p312-14 (5-7) 
Wright, H. C. Nathaniel Hawthorne 
In Children's stories in American litera- 
ture, vl, pl08-22 (7-8) 
Plays 
Mackay, C. D. Hawthorne pageant 

In Patriotic plays and pageants for 
young people, pl75-223 (5-8) 
Poetry 
Alcott, A. B. Hawthorne 
In Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 
p267 (5-7) 

Hay, John 

Jim Bludso 

In Cabot's Ethics for children, p215-16 
(1-6) 

Biography 
Faris, J: T. John Hay 
In Winning their way, p212-17 (7-8) 
Haydn, Franz Joseph 

Hocker, G. Joseph Haydn. 1907 (7-8) 



Lillie, L. C. W. Joseph Haydn 
In Story of music and musicians, pll4- 
23 (6-8) 

Smith, H. Haydn — the symphony 
In Founders of music, p33-43 (7-8) 

Hayes, Isaac Israel 

Cast away in the cold. Lothrop 60c (6-7) 

"Story of two boys shipwrecked in Arctic seas 
and living three years on an uninhabited island." 
Pittsburgh 

Haying 

Beecher, H: W. Haying 

In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v7, p229-34 (7) 
Bradish, S. P. Haying 

In Stories of country life, p72-7 (3-4) 

Hays, Helen 

Princess Idleways. Harper 60c (3-4) 

Hayti.- See Haiti 

Hazard, Bertha 

(comp.) Three years with the poets. 1904 
Houghton *56c (1-3) 

"Excellent collection of poetry for children." 
Baker 

Hazard, Blanche E., and Button, Samuel T. 

Indians and pioneers. Silver *60c (6-7) 
"Prehistoric America, mound-builders, Indian 
life, discoveries, etc." Pittsburgh 

See also Hart, A. B., jt. ed. 

Hazel. Ovington, M. W. 
Hazeltine, Alice I. See Smith, E. S., jt. 
comp. 

Head, Mrs. Ruth 

How to enjoy pictures. 1914 Stokes *$1.60 
(7-8) 

"Simply written, formal introduction to Euro- 
pean paintings for the older boys and girls. Il- 
lustrated with 24 reproductions in color and lO 
halftones." A. L. A. bkl. 

Headland, Isaac Taylor 

Chinese boy and girl. 1901 Revell *$1 
(4-5) 

"Nurserv rhymes, finger plays, toys, games, 
magic blocks, juggling, folk tales and daily life 
of Chinese children." N. Y. state lib. 
(tr.) Chinese Mother Goose rhymes. 1900 

Revell *$1 (4-5) 
Our little Chinese cousin. (Little cousin 
ser.) -Page 60c (3-5) 

"Tells of the childhood of a little girl and de- 
scribes some Chinese customs." Wis. free lib. 
com. 

Health. See Health boards; Hygiene 
Health and cleanliness. O'Shea, M. V., and 
Kellogg, J: H. 

Health and safety. Jew^ett, F. G. 

Health boards 

Hill, M. Board of health story 
In Cabot and others. Course in citi- 
zenship, pl66-8 (1-8) 

Health habits. O'Shea, M. V., and Kellogg, 

J: H. 
Health in home and town. Brown, B. M. 
Heart of Lynn. Cutting, M. S. D. 
Heart of oak books. Norton, C: E., ed. 
Heart of the ancient wood. Roberts, 

C: G: D. 
Heart of youth. Gilder, J. L., comp. 



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Heat 

Baker, R. S. How the hottest heat is pro- 
duced 
In Boys' second book of inventions, 
pll3-51 (7-8) 
Mowry, W: A: and A. M. Heat 
/;; American inventions and inventors, 
pll-57 (5-8) 
See also Heating 

Heating 

Carpenter, F. G: Warming our homes — 
fireplaces, stoves, hot water, and 
steam 
In How the world is housed, p271-8 
(5-7) 
Mowry, W: A: and A. H. Heat — Indian 
homes and Colonial homes 
In American inventions and inventors, 
pl7-30 (5-8) 
See also Chimneys; Electric furnaces; 
Electric heating; Gas; Stoves 

Hebrew literature 

Isaacs, A. S: Stories from the Rabbis of 
the Talmud. 1898 (6-7) 

Hebrews. See Jews 

Hebrides 

Kellogg, E. M. C. 

In Australia and the islands of the sea, 
pi 45-8 (6-7). 

Stories 
Black, W: Four Macnicols, and An ad- 
venture in Thule (5-6) 

Hectographs 

Bullivant, C. H: How to make a hecto- 
graph 
Iv Every boy's book of hobbies, p231-2 
(7-8) 

Hector 

Hale, E: E. Hector 
In Boys' heroes, p7-25 (6-8) 

Hector. Shaw, F. L. 

Hedgehogs 

Johonnot, J. Diggers for grubs and 
beetles 
In Some curious flyers, creepers and 
swimmers, pl58-61 (5-6) 
■ Miller, O. T. A warrior 

In Little folks in feathers and fur, p45-7 
(3-5) , 

Stories 
Potter, B. Tale of Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle 
(1-2) 

Hedin, Sven 

Jenks, T. Sven Hedin, the Swede 
In Boy's book of explorations, p371-87 
(6-8) 

Heidi. Spyri, J. 

Heilprin, Angelo 

Earth and its story; a first book of geol- 
ogy. 1911 Silver *$1 (7-8) 

Heimatlos. Spyri, J. 

Heine, Heinrich 
Lorelei, The 
In Mabie's Legends that every child 
should know, pl80 (6-7) 



Plays 

Frank, AI. M. When Heine was twenty- 
one 
In Short plays about famous authors, 
p33-64 (8) 

Heir of Linne; poem 

In Macleod's Book of ballad stories, 
p86-93 
Scudder's Children's book, p322-6 

Heir of Redcliffe. Yonge, C. M. 

Helen and the Find-out club. Gilchrist, 
B. B. 

Helen and the uninvited guests. Gilchrist, 
B. B. 

Helen over the wall. Gilchrist, B. B. 

Helena, Saint 

Brooks. E. S. Helena of Britain: the girl 
of Essex Fells 
In Historic girls, p22-44 (6-7) 

Heligoland 

Kellogg, E. M. C. 
In Australia and the islands of the sea, 
p279-81 (6-7) 

Hellenic tales. See Carpenter, E. J: Long 
ago in Greece 

Helm, Nellie Lathrop. See Parker, F. W., 
jt. auth. 

Helmet and spear. Church, A. J: 

Helpfulness 

Cabot, E. L. Helpfulness; Working to- 
gether 
In Ethics for children, pl-30, 71-3 (1-6) 
Cabot, E. L., and others 
In Course in citizenship, p55-7, 79-80, 
81-5, 87-8, 90-3, 124-7, 276-81 (1-8) 
Gould, A. W. Helping each other in 
flocks and herds 
In Mother Nature's children, pl45-76 
(5-6) 

Poetry 
Allison, J. Which loved best 

In Cabot's Ethics for children, p55 (1-6) 
Stories 
Bixbey, S. L. Annie's new shoes 
In Boston collection of kindergarten 
stories, pl31-6 (2-3) 
Foulke, E. E. 

In Braided straws, pl24-35 (2-3) 
Scudder, H. E., comp. How the lame man 
and the blind man helped each other 
In Book of legends, pl8 (3-5) 
Thaxter, C. Peggy's garden, and what 
grew therein 
In Stories and poems for children, p72- 
96 (4-5) 

Helvellyn. Scott, W. 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v5, 
p246-7 

Hemans, Felicia Browne 

Casablanca 

In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, vl, pl81-2 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v3, 
plOO-1 



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Hemans, Felicia Browne — Continued 

Landing of the Pilgrim fathers in New 
England 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v6, p83-5 
Norton's Heart of oak books, vS, 

p223-4 
Young and Field literary readers, v5, 
p227-31 
Hemp 

Carpenter, F. G: 
In How the world is clothed, p59-65 
(4-5) 
Hemstreet, Charles 

Story of Manhattan. 1901 Scribner *$1 
(5-6) 

"History of New York city with illustrations 
from old prints." Utica 

Henderson, John 

Jamaica. (Peeps at many lands) 1909 
Macmillan *60c (6-7) 
Henderson-Smith, Mrs. See Klickmann, 

Flora 
Henley, William Ernest 
Invictus; poem 

In Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 
p374 (5-7) 
(comp.) Lyra heroica; book of verse for 
boys. Scribner *$1.25 (6-8) 

"Stirring English and American ballads from 
Shakespeare to Kipling." Pittsburgh 

Hennepin, Louis 

Baldwin, J. 
In Discovery of the old Northwest, 
pl87-92. 202-21 (6-8) 
McMurry, C: A. Hennepin's voyages on 
the upper Mississippi 
In Pioneers of the Mississippi valley, 
p54-67 (5-6) 
Henning, Frederick 

Maid of Orleans. (Life stories for young 
people) 1904 McClurg *50c (6-7) 
Henny-penny. See Chicken-licken 
Henrietta Anna, duchess of Orleans 

DuBois, M. C. Elinor Arden, royalist 
(6-8) 

"Founded upon an actual incident in the life 
of Princess Henriette Anne, daughter of Charles 
I of England." Washington 

Henry II, king of England 

Greenwood. G. King Henry and the mil- 
ler 
In Johonnot's Grandfather's stories, 
p45-53 (3-4) 
Henry IV, king of England 
Stoi ies 
Pyle, H. Men of iron (6-8) 
Henry V, king of England 

Brooks, E. S. Harry of Monmouth: the 
boy general 
In Historic boys. pl26-53 (6-7) 
Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Henry 

In Famous men of the middle ages. 
p239-46 (4-6) 
Hofifman, A. S. Henry the Fifth 

In Heroes and heroines of English his- 
tory, pi 14-33 (6-8) 

stories 
Yonge, C. M. Caged lion (7-8) 



Henry VI, king of England 

Marshall, H. E. Story of Henry VI 
In Boy kings and girl queens, p89-110 

(6-8) 

Henry VIII, king of England 

Guerber, H. A. Reign of Henry VIII 

In Story of the English, p211-22 (5-6) 
Lansing, M. F., ed. Merry history of the 
cobbler and the king 
In Tales of old England, pl55-75 (3-4) 
Henry IV, king of France 

Abbott, J: S. C. History of Henry the 

Fourth (6-8) 
Baldwin, J. Which was the king 

In Fifty famous people, pl75-7 (1-3) 
Birkhead, A. Henry of Navarre 
In Heroes of modern Europe, plOO-14 
(7-8) 
Haaren. J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Henry 
of Navarre 
/;; Famous men of modern times, pl23- 
34 (4-6) 

Stories 

Weyman, S. J: Gentleman of France 
[Henry of Navarre] (8) 

Henry I, king of Germany 

Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Henry 
the Fowler 
In Famous men of the middle ages, 
p 143-8 (4-6) 
Tappan, E. M. Henry the Fowler 

In Old world hero stories, pt2, p99-102 
(6-8) 

Henry IV, emperor of Germany 

Marshall, H. E. Story of Henry IV 
In Boy kings and girl queens, p23-31 
(6-8) 

Henry of Navarre. See Henry IV, king of 
France 

Henry, Patrick 

Appeal to arms 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v7, pl80-3 
World's story, vl2, p456-9 
Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame [closing paragraphs], v2 p50-l 
Biography 
Brooks, E. S. 
/" Century book of famous Americans, 
p93-101 (4-6) 
Brooks, E. S. Story of Patrick Henry, 
of Virginia 
In Historic Americans, p73-85 (8) 
Burton, A. H. Story of Patrick Henry 

/" Four American patriots, p9-68 (4-5) 
Coe, F. E. Henry of the silver tongue 
In Makers of the nation, p9-18 (4-6) 
Cooke, J. E. Patrick Henry, the "man of 
the people" 
In Stories of the Old Dominion, pl62- 
79 
Foote, A. E., and Skinner, A. W. 
In Makers and defenders of America, 
pl3-19 (4-8) 
Gordy, W. F. Patrick Henry and the 
Stamp act 
In American leaders and heroes, pl46-54 
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Henry, Patrick — Biography — Continued 
Johonnot, J., ed. Patrick Henry 

In Stories of our country, p94-8 (4-6) 
Morris, C: Patrick Henry, the herald of 
the revolution 
In Historical tales: American, v2, pll3- 
23 (7-8) 
Morris, C: Patrick Henry, the orator of 
the revolution 
In Heroes of progress in America, p44- 
50 (7-8) 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 
Patrick Henry 
In Days and deeds: prose, p314-19 (5-7) 

Hens. See Chickens 
Henty, George Alfred 

At Agincourt. Scribner *$1.35 (6-8) 

"Story of English page who, with his mistress, 
was held as hostage in Paris in the turbulent 
days of the 'White Hoods.' " Pittsburgh 

Beric the Briton. Scribner *$1.35 (6-8) 

"A story of the Roman dominion over Britain 
and the burning of Rome (circ. 64)." Phil. 

"Can be used in school or library work for a 
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Bonnie Prince Charlie: tale of Fontenoy 
and Culloden. Scribner *$1.50 (6-8^ 

Bravest of the brave; or, With Peter- 
borough in Spain. Scribner *$1.50 (6-8) 
Story of War of Spanish succession 

By England's aid; or, The freeing of the 
Netherlands. Scribner *$1.35 (6-8) 
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dyke.' " Pittsburgh 

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By right of conquest; or. With Cprtez 
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"Giving a reliable picture of manners, customs, 
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Friends though divided. Burt *40c (6-8) 
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Pittsburgh 

In freedom's cause. Scribner *$1.50 (6-8) 
"Under Wallace and Bruce in the Scottish war 
of independence, 1297-1314." N. Y. city 
In the reign of terror [French revolution]. 

Scribner *$1.50 (6-8) 
In times of peril [Indian mutiny]. Burt 

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Lion of St. Mark. Scribner *$1.50 (6-8) 

Story of Venice, 14th century 

Lion of the North. Scribner *$1.S0 (7-8) 

"Covers first part of the Thirty years' war, be- 
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of this war." Pittsburgh 
St. George for England; tale of Cressy 

and Poitiers. Scribner *$1.35 (6-8) 
True to the old flag. Scribner *$1.50 
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"Shows that a man's sense of right sometimes 
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Under Drake's flag; a tale of the Spanish 
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city 

When London burned [great fire, 1666]. 

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With Clive in India. Scribner *$1.35 

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"Perilous exploits of a young Englishman who 
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Wulf the Saxon; story of the Norman 
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Young Carthaginian [2d Punic war]. 
Scribner *$1.50 (6-8) 

Young franc-tireurs. Burt *60c (6-8) 
Their adventures in the Franco-Prussian war 

Hepaticas 

Pratt, A. Hepatica; poem 

In Strong's All the year round, v3, p42 
(3-4) 
Strong, F. L., ed. Hepatica story 

In All the year round, v3, p40-l (3-4) 

Her sixteenth year. Brow^n, H. D. 

Herakles, the hero of Thebes. Burt, M. E., 
and Ragozin, Z. A., eds. 

Heraldry 

Beard, L. and A. B. Decorative language 
In American girl's handy book, p364-79 
(5-7) 

Herbariums 

Beard, D. C. How to make a herbarium 
In Handicraft for outdoor boys, p25-40 
New ideas for out of doors, p25-40 
(6-8) 
Bullivant, C. H: flaking of a botanical 
collection 
In Every boy's book of hobbies, p279- 
85 (7-8) 
Verrill, A. H. Plant collections 

In Harper's book for young naturalists, 
p293-3(X) (6-8) 

Herbert, George 

Affliction 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p330-l (7-8) 
Easter 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p286 (7-8) 
Man 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p299-301 (7-8) 
Sweet day, so cool 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p287-8 (7-8) 

Biography 
Walton, I: Life of Mr. George Herbejt 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p80-8 (7-8) 



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Herbertson, Agnes Grozier 

Heroic legends. Dodge *$1.50 (^-8) 

"Stories of St. George and the dragon, Robin 
Hood, William Tell, Roland, and others, in spir- 
ited versions, attractively printed and illustrated 
with colored plates by Helen Stratton." Oregon 

Herbst, Eva 

Tales and customs of the ancient He- 
brews. 1903 Flanagan 35c (,7-S) 

"Description of the times of David; and stories 
of Moses, Joseph, Ruth, and David." Detroit 

Hercules 

Burt, M. E., and Ragozin, Z. A., eds. 
Herakles, the hero of Thebes 
In Herakles, and other heroes, pl-42 
(4-5) 
Cox, G: W: Toils of Herakles^ 

In Tales of ancient Greece, p55-62 (8) 
Francillon, R. E: Hero of heroes 

In Gods and heroes, p264-343 (4-5) 
Guerber, H. A. 
In Myths of Greece and Rome, p216-39 
(7-8) 
Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Her- 
cules and his labors 
In Famous men of Greece, p40-51 (5-7) 
Hall, J. Herakles the wanderer 

In Four old Greeks, p73-131 (4-6) 
Mabie, H. W., ed. Hercules 

In Heroes every child should know, 
p26-42 (6-7) 
Herdman, Marie Louise 
Story of the United States. 1916 Stokes 
*$2.50 (6-8) 

Compr€hensive, up-to-date account of the 
growth of the American republic up to the year 
19 14. Twelve illustrations in color 

Heredity 

Garrison, W. P. Heredity 
In Parables for school and home, pl93- 
200 (6-7) 

Hereward 

Stedman, D. C. Story of Hereward, the 
champion of England. 1909 
Hereward, the Wake. Kingslej^ C: 
Herman and Thusnelda. Schmidt, F. 
Hermits 

Chenoweth, C. V. Hermit saints 
In Stories of the saints, p215-26 (5-6) 
Hero and Leander 

In Carpenter's Long ago in Greece, p95- 
104 (6-7) 

Hero-myths and legends of the British race. 
Ebbutt, M. L 

Hero of Erie. Barnes, J. 
Hero of Manila. Johnson, R. 
Hero stories from American history. Blais- 
dell, A. F., and Ball, F. K. 

Hero tales from American history. Lodge, 
H: C, and Roosevelt, T. 

Hero tales of the far North. Riis, J. A. 
Hero tales told in school. Baldwin, J. 
Herodotus 

Boys' and girls' Herodotus; ed. by J: S. 

White. Putnam *$1.75 (7-8) 
Ladronius, the prince of thieves; Arion 
and the dolphin; retold by G. H. Bo- 
den and W. B. d'Almeida 
In Children's hour, v3, pl-27 (2-8) 



Stories of the East from Herodotus, by 
A. J: Church. Dodd $1.25 (7-8) 

King Croesus, King Cyrus, Babylon, Egyptians, 
Camb3ses, Darius 

Story of the Persian war, by A. J: Church. 

Dodd $L25 (7-8) 
Tales from Herodotus, by H. L. Havell. 

(Children's favorite classics) Crowell 

35c (6-7) 

"Deal very largely with the Greek struggles for 
liberty." Oregon 

Heroes 

Birkhead, A. Heroes of modern Europe. 

1913 (7-8) 

Cabot, E. L. Heroism; Thoroughness 
In Ethics for children, pl03-5, 226-8 
(1-6) 

Cabot, E. L., and others 
In Course in citizenship, p271-6 (1-8) 

Gilman, A. Magna charta stories (6-8) 

Gould, F: J. Heroes of* peace. 1915 
(5-8) 

Gulliver, L. Veterans' tribute 
In Friendship of nations, p227-54 (5-8) 

Hale, E: E. Boys' heroes. 1885 (6-8) 

Heroes of the olden time; Heroes of later 
tirhes 
In Young and Field literarv readers, v5. 
pS5-197, 227-348 

Holland, R. S. Historic heroes of chiv- 
alry. 1914 (7-8) 

Johonnot, J., ed. Stories of heroic deeds 
(3-5) 

Kingsley, C: Heroes (4-6) 

Lang, L. B. Red book of heroes (7-8) 

Mabie, H. W., ed. Heroes every child 
should know. 1906 (6-7) 

Mabie, H. W., and Stephens, K., eds. 
Heroines that every child should know 
(6-7) 

i\Iowry, W: A: and A. M. American he- 
roes and heroism. 1903 (5-7) 

Newbolt, H: J: Book of the thin red 
line. 1915 

Riis, J. A. Hero tales of the far North. 
1910 (7-8) 

Stories of legendarj^ heroes 
In Children's hour, v4 (2-8) 

Wood, E. Boy scouts' roll of honour. 

1914 (6-8) 

Yonge, C. M. Book of golden deeds. 
1881 (7-8) 

See also Adventure; Argonauts; Carne- 
gie hero fund; Courage; Discoveries_(in 
geography); Explorers; Fire service; 
Life-saving; Mythology; Saints; Trojan 
war; also names of individual heroes 
and heroines 

Poetry 

Browning, R. Herve Riel 
Cary, P. Leak in the dike 
Hemans, F. B. Casabianca 
Macaulay, T: B. Horatius at the bridge 
Proctor, E. D. Heroes 
In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open sesame, 
v3, pl53-5 (7-8) 
stories 
Ewing, J. H. G. Jackanapes (5-6) 
Ewing, J. H. G. Story of a short life (5-7) 
Howard, B. W. No heroes (6-8) 
Seawell, M. E. Little Jarvis (4-6) 
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Heroes and heroines of English history. 

Hoffman, A. S. 
Heroes and martyrs of invention. Towle, 

G: M. 
Heroes every child should know. Mabie, 

H. W., ed. 

Heroes of Asgard. Keary, A. and E. 
Heroes of chivalry. J^Iaitland, L. 
Heroes of chivalry and roinance. Church, 
A. J: 

Heroes of everyday life. Coe, F. E. 
Heroes of Iceland. French, A. 
Heroes of modern Europe. Birkhead, A. 
Heroes of peace. Gould, F: J. 
Heroes of progress in America. Morris, C: 
Heroes of the farthest North and farthest 
South. Maclean, J. K. 

Heroes of the middle West; the French. 
Catherwood, M. H. 

Heroes of the navy in America. Morris, C: 
Heroes of the storm. O'Connor, W: D. 
Heroic ballads. Montgomery, D: H:, ed. 
Heroic ballads. See Tileston, M. W. F. 
Children's book of ballads 

Heroic deeds of American sailors. Blais- 
dell, A. F., and Ball, F. K. 

Heroic legends. Herbertson, A. G. 
Heroines. See Heroes 

Heroines that every child should know. 
Mabie, H. W., and Stephens, K., eds. 

Heroism. See Heroes 
Herons 

Audubon, J: J. Great blue heron 

In Weed's Bird life stories, vl, p83-6 
(5-8) 
Miller, O. T. Waiting for dinner 
In Little folks in feathers and fur, p77-9 
(3-5) 
Wilson, A. Green heron 
In Weed's Bird life stories, v2, pl00'-2 
(5-8) 

stories 
Long, W: J. Quoskh the keen eyed 
In Wood folk at school, p75-110 (5-7) 

Herrick, Robert 

Corinna's going a-Maying 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
p50-l (7-8) 

Herrick, Sophia Bledsoe 

Earth in past ages. Am. bk. *60c {(i-7) 

"Clear account of the geological story, inter- 
estingly told. Many of the illustrations are 
taken from Lyell, and Winchell." Arnold 

Herschel, Sir William 

Wright, H. C. Herschel and the story 
of the stars 
In, Children's stories of the great sci- 
entists, pi 14-37 {6-7) 

Herve Riel. Browning, R. 

In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, v3, p209-15 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p82-7 



Hester. Lamb, C: 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
pl67-8 
Hey diddle diddle 

In Caldecott's Collection of pictures and 
songs, v2 
Caldecott's Hey diddle diddle picture 

book 
Caldecott's Picture book, v3 
Heyliger, William 

Bartley, freshman pitcher. (Every boy's 

lib.) Grosset *50c (6-8) 
Don Strong of the Wolf patrol. Apple- 
ton *$1.25 (6-8) 

"Donald develops from an indifferent, selfish 
boy into an earnest, resourceful, first-class scout." 
A. L. A. bkl. 
Off side. Appleton *$1.25 

"Mediocre school story, deserving attention be- 
cause of its emphasis on the value of study. 
Some will think the moral too insistent." A. L. A. 
bkl. 

Heywood, Thomas 

Pack clouds away, and welcome day 
In Norton's Heart of oak books, v7, 
pl58 (7-8) 
Hiawatha 

Fox, F. C. Hiawatha's childhood 
In Indian primer, p49-67 (1-2) 
Holbrook, F. Hiawatha primer 
Mabie, H. W., ed. Wigwam legend of 
Hiawatha 
In Legends that every child should 
know, p3-8 (6-7) 
MacDonald, E. A. B., and Blaisdell, M. F., 

In Child life, v2, p78-84 (2-3) 
Strong, F. L., ed. Hiawatha's childhood; 
Hiawatha's first deer 
In. All the year round, v2, p84-7 (3-4) 

Plays 

Mackay, C. D. Passing of Hiawatha 

In Plavs of the pioneers, p93-118 (6-8) 
Noyes, M. I. O., and Ray, B. H. Hia- 
watha's boyhood 
In Little plays for little people, p61-73 
(3-4) 

Poetry 
Longfellow, H: W. Song of Hiawatha 

(6-8) 
— Same [excerpt]; with title Hiawatha's 
childhood 
In Lucas's Book of verses, pl77-82 
Whittier's Child life, pi 17-20 
— Same [excerpt]; with title Hiawatha's 
sailing 
In Lucas's Book of verses, pl82-6 

Young and Field literary readers, v5, 
pl8S-97 

Hiawatha primer. Holbrook, F. 
Hibernation 
Gould, A. W. 
In Mother Nature's children, p243-8 
(5-6) 
Richards, L. E. H. In winter time 
In Four feet, two feet and no feet, p25 
(2-4) 
Strong, F. L., ed. Winter quarters 
In All the year round, vl, plOO'-2 (3-4) 
Hieroglyphics. See Picture writing 



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Higgins, Myrta Margaret 
Little gardens for boys and girls. I^IU 
Houghton *$1.10 (5-7) . , p, .. 

"Simple talks on gardening in general Clear 
and practical, but 'written down too much to be 
wholly agreeable. Illustrations, drawings and 
binding are attractive. Slightly more advanced 
than Frances Duncan's two books. A. i-. a. 
bkl. 
Higginson, Thomas Wentworth 

Tales of the enchanted islands of the At- 
lantic. 1898 Macmillan *$1.50 (6-7) 

"Myths and legends taken from Norse, British, 
Breton and Spanish sources." N. \ . city 

Young folks' book of American explorers. 
1898 Longmans $1.20 (6-8) 

"Extracts from narratives of explorers of Amer- 
ican coast from legends of Northmen to establish- 
ment of Virginia and Massachusetts colonies. 

Young folk's history of the United States. 
Longmans $1 (6-8) 
"Written in a particularly simple and interest- 
ing way." Pittsburgh . 

"Less space than usual is given to the events 
of war, and more to the affairs of peace." Preface 

Biography 

Bolton, S. K. Thomas Wentworth Hig- 
ginson 
In Famous American authors, pl82-208 
(7-8) 
Highland Mary. Burns, R. 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v6, 
p228-9 

Hildegarde's harvest. Richards, L. E. H. 
Hildegarde's holiday. Richards, L. E. H. 
Hildegarde's home. Richards, L. E. H. 
Hildegarde's neighbors. Richards, L. E. H. 

Hill, Charles Thaxter 

Fighting a fire. Century $1.50 (5-7) 

"Account of the organization, methods, dangers 
and heroism of the New York fire department." 
Unit. 

Hill, Elizabeth 

My wonderful visit. Scribner *$1.20 (4-5) 
"Littk city girl's enchanting, never-to-be-for- 
gotten week on a farm." Nation 

Hill, Frederick Stanhope 

Romance of the American navv. 1910 
Putnam *$2.50 (6-8) 

"Stories of certain of our public and private 
armed ships from 1775- 1909." Title 

Hill, Frederick Trevor 

On the trail of Grant and Lee. 1911 Ap- 
pleton *$1.50 (6-8) 

"The life stories of the two great generals are 
simply told, with occasional extremely dramatic 
passages. The arrangement makes for a clear un- 
derstanding of the campaigns in which the two 
commanders are opposed, and of the history of 
the civil war in general." A. L. A. bkl. 

On the trail of Washington. 1910 Apple- 
ton *$1.50 (6-8) 

"An honest and very successful attempt to 
portray Washington as he really was, admitting 
only accepted facts. A simple, direct, entertain- 
ing biography. Type, paper and binding are ex- 
cellent." A. L. A. bkl. 
Washington, the man of action; il. by 
Comte J. Onfrov de Breville (Job). 1914 
Appleton *$5 (5-8) 

"Trustworthy, straightforward account of our 
foremost national hero, designed for young read- 
ers." Dial 

Quarto form, great primer type and 48 full- 
page color drawings done in the French form 
without margins 



Hill, G. F. 

Truth about old King Cole, and other very 
natural histories; with drawings by L. L, 
Brooke. Warne *$1 (2-3) 

"Told in verse. The other very natural his- 
tories are. Queer camelopard; Crafty crocodile; 
Dinosaurs' dance; Death of the dodo; Jee and 
Joe; Dancing ki-wi; Boastful baboo. Six full- 
page pictures in color and others in black-and- 
white." Pittsburgh 

Hill, Mabel 

Lessons for junior citizens. 1906 Ginn 
*60c; *50c (7-8) 

"Each chapter contains a short story concern- 
ing some municipal or political function, such as, 
the police department, board of health, fire de- 
partment, school system, etc." N. Y. city 

See also Hart, A. B., jt. ed.; Lane, 
I\Irs. I\L A. L., jt. comp. 
HUl, The. Vachell, H. A. 
Himalaya mountains 

Carpenter, F. G: Above the clouds; or. 
Nature and man in the heart of the 
Himalaya mountains 
In Asia, p295-305 (6-7) 
Stories 
Reid, M. Clifif climbers (6-8) 
Reid, M. Plant hunters (6-8) 
Hind in the wood. See Crane, W,, il. 

Beautj^ and the beast picture book 
Hindu literature 

Arnold, E. J. Religion and literature of 
the Vedic Hindus; The Maha-Bharata 
and the Ramayana 
In Stories of ancient peoples, pl88-98 
(5-8) 
Hinkson, Mrs. Katharine (Tynan) 

Great captain; story of the days of Sir 
Walter Raleigh. Benziger 35c 
"Adventures of an Irish lad, companion of Sir 
Walter Raleigh." Pittsburgh 

Ireland. (Peeps at many lands) 1909 
Macmillan *60c (6-7) 
Hippopotamus 

Badlam. A. B. Views of the hippopota- 
mus 
In Views in Africa, p268-74 (6-7) 
Buckland, F. Monarch of African waters 
In Johonnot's Neighbors with claws and 
hoofs, pl51-6 (5-6) 
Du Chaillu, P. B. 

/;;. World of the great forest, pl06-19 
(5-7) 
Lang, A., ed. Fight with a hippopotamus 
In Red book of animal stories, p257-60 
(6-7) 

Hired lad 

In ]\Iacleod's Book of ballad stories, 
pi 15-22 

Hirschvogel. See De la Ramee, L. Niirn- 
berg stove 

His Majesty's sloop Diamond Rock. Hunt- 
ington, H. S. 

His one fault. Trowbridge, J: T. 
Historic adventures. Holland, R. S. 
Historic Americans. Brooks, E. S. 
Historic Boston. Hale, E: E. 
Historic boyhoods. Holland, R. S. 
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Historic girlhoods. Holland, R. S. 

Historic girls. Brooks, E. S. 

Historic heroes of chivalry. Holland, R. S. 

Historic inventions. Holland, R. S. 

Historic poems and ballads. Holland, R. S. 

Historical plays for children. Bird, G. E., 
and Starling, AI. 

Historical plaj's for children. ISIacdonell, A. 

Historical plays of colonial days. Tucker, 
L. E., and Ryan, E. L. 

Historical readers. See Readers, Historical 

Historical stories, retold from St. Nicholas. 
See St. Nicholas, Stories retold from 

Historical tales. ]Morris, C: 

Historical tales from Shakespeare. Quiller- 
Couch, A. T: 

History 

Andrews, J. Ten boys who lived on the 
road from long ago to now (3-5) 

Baldwin, J. Fifty famous stories retold. 
1896 (2-4) 

Baldwin, J. Thirty more famous stories 
retold (3-5) 

Bourne, H: E., and Benton, E. J. Intro- 
ductory American history. 1912 (6-8) 

Brooks, E. S. Historic boys (6-7) 

Brooks, E. S. Historic girls (6-7) 

Canton, W: Child's book of warriors. 
1912 (6-8) 

Eggleston, G: C. Strange stories from 
history (4-5) 

Gilman, A. Magna charta stories (6-8) 

Holland, R. S. Historic boyhoods. 1909 
(6-8) 

Holland, R. S. Historic girlhoods. 1910 
(6-8) 

Holland, R. S. Historic poems and bal- 
lads. 1912 

Johonnot, ]., ed. Stories of heroic deeds 
(3-5) 

Johonnot, J., ed. Stories of other lands 
(4-6) 

Johonnot, J., ed. Stories of the olden 
time (6-7) 

Johonnot, J., ed. Ten great events in his- 
tory (6-8) 

Lang, A., ed. Red true story book. 1895 
(5-7) 

Lang, A., ed. True story book. 1893 
(6-7) 

Myers, P. V. General history. 1906 (8) 

O'Neill, E. Story of the world. 1914 
(5-8) 

Outline of universal history 
In World's story, vl4 

Sweetser, K. D. Ten boys from history. 
1910 (6-8) 

Sweetser, K. D. Ten girls from history. 
1912 (6-8) 

True, J: P. Iron star (5-7) 



Yonge, C. M. Book of golden deeds. 
1881 (7-8) 

See also Archeology; Battles; Biog- 
raphy; Crusades; Geography and his- 
tory; Kings and rulers; Middle ages; 
Naval battles; Princes and princesses; 
Queens; Readers, Historical; Reforma- 
tion; Slavery; also names of countries, 
subhead History, as England — History; 
and names of wars, as Wars of the 
Roses 
History, Ancient 

Arnold, E. J. Stories of ancient peoples. 

1901 (5-8) 

Ragozin, Z. A. History of the world. 2v 

1899-1900 (7-8) 
Stories of the ancient world, retold from 

St. Nicholas. 1909 (5-8) 
Stories 
Church, A. J: Two thousand years ago. 

1902 (7-8) 

History of a mouthful of bread. Mace, J. 
History of England. Fletcher, C: R. L., and 

Kipling, R. 
History of little Goody Two Shoes. Gold- 
smith, O. 
History of the Lady Betty Stair. Seawell, 

M. E. 
History of the robins. Trimmer, S. K. 
History of the United States. Gordy, W. F. 
History of the war with Mexico. Ladd, 

H. O. 
History of the world. Ragozin, Z. A. 
History stories of other lands. Terry, A. G., 

ed. 
Hitchcock, Harry Alton. See Ogden, H: A., 

jt. auth. 
Hittites 

Arnold, E. J. Story of a lost nation and 
its queer hieroglyphics 

In Stories of ancient peoples, pl30-40 
(5-8) 

Hobbies 

Bullivant, C. H: Every boy's book of 
hobbies. 1912 (7-8) 

Hobson, Richmond Pearson 

Morris, C: Richmond Pearson Hobson 
and the sinking of the "Merrimac" 
In Heroes of the navy, p312-20 (6-8) 
]Mowry, W: A: and A. M. Richmond 
Pearson Hobson 
In American heroes and heroism, p78-83 
(5-7) 

Hocker, Gustav 

Joseph Haydn; tr. by G: P. Upton. (Life 
stories for young people) 1907 Mc- 
Clurg *50c (7-8) 

Hockey 

Hockey 

In Three hundred and one things a 
bright girl can do, pl-11 
Huntington, F. D. Hockey 

In Withington's Book of athletics, p363- 
74 (5-8) 
Kelley. L. E. 

In Three hundred things a bright girl 
can do, p506-22 (7-8) 



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Hodge, Clifton Fremont 

Nature study and life. 1902 Ginn *$1.80; 
school ed *$1.50 (6-8) 

Insects, plants, toads, frogs, birds, forestry, 
aquariums, squirrels, turtles, lizards, etc. 

"A few slight errors have been corrected in 
Hodge's 'Nature study and life' since the publica- 
tion of that book in 1902, but no general revision 
of the book has been issued." Publisher 

Hodges, George 

Castle of Zion. 1912 Houghton *$1.50 
(3-5) 

"Companion to the author's 'Garden of Eden,' 
carrying the history of the Jews from the death 
of Saul to the return from the Babylonian cap- 
tivity under Kehemiah. The stories of the 
divided kingdom are neither consecutive nor very 
clear but the presentment of the books of Jere- 
miah, Hosea and Amos are very graphic." 
Cleveland 

Child's guide to the Bible. 1911 Double- 
day *$1.20 

"A historical sketch of the making of the Bible 
is followed by a running commentary intended for 
the use of young students. The language is sim- 
ple to the verge of baldness, but for its excellent 
outline and explanations the work will be of con- 
siderable value to younger children of liberal 
sects." A. L. A. bkl. 

Garden of Eden; stories from the first 
nine books of the Old Testament. 1909 
Houghton *$1.50 (3-5) 

"Attractively made book with illustrations by 
Walter H. Everett." Oregon 

When the King came: stories from the 
four gospels. Houghton *$1.20 (5-6) 

"Tested by ten years' home use before publi- 
cation." Arnold 

"Tells the gospel story with fine simplicity." 
N. Y. state lib. 

William Penn. 1901 Houghton (River- 
side biog. ser.) *65c; school ed *50c (8) 

Hodgson, Frederick Thomas 

Mechanics indoors and out. (Work and 
play books) Doubleday *$1 (6-8) 

Contents: A pathway of cement; Building a 
boat-house; Bridge and boat work; Making a 
gasolene launch; A talk about engines; Propeller 
and other screws; Aeroplanes; Kites, sundials, 
patents; Tides; Wall making and plumbing; Some 
practical advice; Mechanical movements; The 
weather and indoor work ; Motors and typewriters 

Hoffman, Alice Spencer 

Heroes and heroines of English history. 
1913 Dutton $2.50 (6-8) 

"Well written character sketches from English 
history from Caradoc and Boadicea to General 
Gordon and Florence Nightingale. Attractive in 
text and illustration." Cleveland 

(ed.) Children's Shakespeare. Dutton 
*$2.50 (5-7) 

(ed.) Temple Shakespeare for children. 
12v Dutton ea *40c (5-7) 

Hoffmann, Franz 

Little dauphin (Louis XVHI); tr. by 
G: P. Upton. (Life stories for voung 
people) McClurg *50c (5-6) 

"St9ry of the French revolution and the lost 
dauphin." Pittsburgh 

Ludwig van Beethoven; tr. by G: P. Up- 
!?">,, (^'^^^ stories for young people) 
AlcClurg *50c (6-7) & ^ i' J 

Mozart's youth; tr. by G: P. Upton. 

(Lite stones for young people) 1904 

McClurg *50c (6-7) 

"Story of the events in his life up to his fif- 

.teenth year, told for older children." A. L. A. 



Hoffmann, Heinrich 

Slovenly Peter. Winston $1; Dutton 
$1.50; bds 50c (1-2) 

"Rhymes telling of the dire punishments that 
befell naughty boys and girls. Illustrated in 
crude primary colors. Popular with children." 
Olcott 

Dutton edition has title "Struwwelpeter" 

Hoffmann, Professor, pseud. 

Later magic. 1911 Dutton *$2 
Modern magic. 1904 Dutton $1.50 
Hoffmann, Ralph. See Stickney, J. H., jt. 

auth. 
Hofmann, Mary C. 

Games for everybody. 1905 Dodge 50c 
(5-8) 

"Games requiring little preparation, for chil- 
dren, for adults, and for special days. Direc- 
tions are clear." Cleveland 

Hogans 

Beard, D. C. 
In Shelters, shacks and shanties, pl04-14 
(6-8) 

Hogarth, William 

Clement, C. E. 

In Stories of art and artists, p298-302 
(7-8) 

Hogate, Etta M., and Grover, Eulalie Os- 
good 

Sunbonnets and overalls. 1914 Rand 40c 

(2-3) 

"Includes simple and well illustrated dramatic 

readings and an operetta for grades 2-3, with 

characters from 'Sunbonnet babies' primer' and 

'Overall boys.' " Wis. bul. 

Hogg, James 

Skylark 

In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, vl, pl08-9 
Thacher's Listening child, pl88 
Hogs 

stories 
Seton, E. T. Foam; or. The life adven- 
tures of a razor-backed hog 
In Wild animal ways, pi 7-86 

Holbrook, Florence 

Book of nature myths; il. by E. Boyd 
Smith. Houghton *65c; (Riverside lit. 
ser.) *45c {2-Z) 

"Stories telling why the woodpecker's head is 
red, why the rabbit is timid, why the sea is salt, 
how fire was brought to the Indians and many 
other tales." Pittsburgh 
Cave, mound and lake dwellers, and other 
primitive people. 1911 Heath 40c (4-5) 

"Simply told and well illustrated. Designed 
for supplementary reading, but useful for the 
average library." A. L. A. bkl. 

Hiawatha primer. Houghton *75c; (Riv- 
erside lit. ser.) *40c (2-3) 
The stories of Longfellow's Hiawatha simpli- 
fied. Colored pictures 

Northland heroes [Fridthjof and Beo- 
wulf]. 1905 (Riverside lit. ser.) Hough- 
ton *35c (3-5) 

Holden, Edward Singleton 

Earth and sky: a primer of astromony. 
1898 Appleton *28c (4-5) 

Our country's flag and the flags of for- 
eign countries. 1916 Appleton *80c 

• "G'^^s history of American flag, describes for- 
eign flags, explaining symbolism, weather signals, 
uses of flags at sea, salutes, signaling, etc." N. Y. 
state lib. 



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Holden, Edward Singleton — Continued 

Real things in nature: a reading book of 
science. 1903 ]\Iacmillan *65c (7) 

Astronomy, physics, meteorology, chemistry, 
geology, zoology, botany, the human body and the 
earlj' history of mankind 

The sciences. 1903 Ginn *50c (6-7) 

"Reading book on astronomy, physics, heat, 
light, sound, electricity, magnetism, chemistry, 
physiography, meteorology." Title 

Holder, Charles Frederick 

Adventures of Torqua. Little *$1.30 (6-7) 
"Adventures of three boys among California 
Indians in the i8th century." Hewins 

Holiday plaj-s. IMerington, M. 

Holidays 

Horsford, I. M. Stories of our holidays 

(1-2) 
Johnston, E. L., and Barnum, M. D. Book 

of plays for little actors. 1907 (2-3) 
Le Row, C. B., comp. Pieces for every 

occasion. 1901 (6-8) 
Lutkenhaus, A. M. I. Year's programs 
for the special days 

In Plays for school children, p269-79 
(5-8) 
Merington, M. Holiday plays. 1910 (7-8) 
Olcott, F. J., ed. Good stories for great 

holidays (4-8) 
Our holidays, their meaning and spirit; 

retold from St. Nicholas (4-6) 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 

Days and deeds: a book of verse (5-7) 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. 

Days and deeds: prose. 1907 (5-7) 
Wells, C. Holiday ainusements 

In Rainy day diversions, pl59-213 (5-8) 
See also April fool's day; Arbor day; 

Christmas; Easter; Flag day; Fourth 

of July; Hallowe'en; Lincoln's birthday; 

jNlay day; Memorial day; New Year's 

day; Peace day; Thanksgiving day; 

Valentine's day; Washington's birthday 
Bibliography 
Olcott, F. J., ed. Reference lists for story- 
telling and collateral reading 

In Good stories for great holidays, 
p429-43 (4-8) 

Holland, Rupert Sargent 

Boy scouts of Birch-bark island. Lippin- 
cott *$1.25 

"A troop of Boy scouts go on a summer camp- 
ing trip and in their sports and scouting 'hikes' 
prove their skill in wood and water craft." Pitts- 
burgh 

Boy scouts of Snow-shoe lodge. Lippin- 
cott *$1.25 

"A troop of Scouts at an Adirondack camp in 
winter have interesting adventures on skates, 
skis, snowshoes and toboggans. A fairly good 
story, though somewhat didactic." Wis. bul. 

Historic adventures. 1913 Jacobs ^$1.50 
(6-8) 

"Stories of thrilling events and of men who 
figured prominently in American history. Rather 
dull at times but will be useful because of the 
chapters on Lewis and Clark, Whitman, Perry in 
Japan, and the days of 'forty-nine." A. L. A. 
bkl. 

Historic boyhoods. 1909 Jacobs *$1.50 
(6-8) 

Contents: Christopher Columbus; Michael An- 
gelo; Walter Raleigh; Peter the Great; Frederick 
the Great; George Washington; Daniel Boone; 
John Paul Jones; Mozart; Lafayette; Horatio Nel- 



son; Robert Fulton; Andrew Jackson; Napoleon 
Bonaparte; Walter Scott; James Fenimore Cooper; 
John Ericsson; Garibaldi; Abraham Lincoln; 
Charles Dickens; Otto von Bismarck 

"The illustrations are fairly numerous and at- 
tractive. Most of the subjects are as well rep- 
resented in other collections. Recommended only 
for libraries that need considerable biographical 
material." A. L. A. bkl. 

Appeared in part in St. Nicholas 

Historic girlhoods. 1910 Jacobs *$1.50 
(6-8) 

Contents: Saint Catherine; Joan of Arc; Vit- 
toria Colonna; Catherine de' Medici; Lady Jane 
Grey; Mary, queen of Scots; Pocahontas; Pris- 
cilla Alden; Catherine the Great; Fanny Burney; 
Sarah Siddons; Marie Antoinette; Josephine; 
Dolly Madison; Louisa of Prussia; Charlotte 
Bronte; Victoria; Florence Nightingale; Jenny 
Lind; Rosa Bonheur; Louisa May Alcott 

"Imagination is drawn on when information is 
lacking; otherwise the sketches are fairly accu- 
rate." A. L. A. sup. 

Historic heroes of chivalry. 1914 Jacobs 
*$1.50 (7-8) 

"Rather dull, and duplicates material already in 
most libraries, but may be useful for reference." 
A. L. A. bkl. 

"Interesting biographies for older boys and 
girls, including accounts of Roland and Oliver, the 
Cid, William Tell, Gustavus Vasa of Sweden, 
and others." Wis. bul. 

Historic inventions. 1911 Jacobs *$1.50 
(5-8) 

Contents: Gutenberg; Palissy; Galileo; Watt; 
Arkwright; Whitney; Fulton; Davy; Stephenson; 
Morse; McCormick; Howe; Bell; Edison; Mar- 
coni ; The Wrights 

Historic poems and ballads. 1912 Jacobs 
*$1.50 

"Such stirring verse as 'Horatius,' 'Ivry,' 'The 
Revenge,' 'Herve Riel,' 'Hohenlinden,' 'Marco 
Bozzaris,' 'The charge of the Light Brigade.' 
Each of the 6o poems is preceded by a short 
account of the legendary or historical event upon 
which it is based. Illustrated." Pittsburgh 

Knights of the golden spur. 1912 Cen- 
tury *$1.25 (6-8) 

"Tells with spirit and enjoyment how a little 
modern English boy, by means of a magic amulet, 
was enabled to go back in the centuries and have 
an adventure typical of the times with each of 
his favorite heroes — Sir Launcelot, Richard Coeuf 
de Lion, Little John and others." N. Y. state 
lib. 

William Penn. (True stories of great 
Americans) 1915 Macmillan *50c (6-8) 

Holland, William Jacob 

Butterfly book. 1898 Doubleday *$4 
(7-8) 

"Shows nearly all well-known species of butter- 
flies in America north of Mexico." Olcott 

"Said to be the best book for schools. Finely 
illustrated." Oregon 

Butterfly guide. 1915 Doubleday *$1; lea 
=^$1.25 (6-8) 

Pocket manual for identification of the com- 
moner species found in the United States and 
Canada. Two hundred and ninety-five colored 
figures , 

Moth 'gook. 1903 Doubleday *$4 (7-8) 

"Up-to-date and with colored pictures." Hewins 
Holland. See Netherlands 
Holland stories. Smith, M. E. E. 
Hollow tree and deep woods book. Paine, 
A. B. 

Holmes, Oliver Wendell 

Chambered nautilus; poem 
In Riverside readers, v7, p213-14 

Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 
p371-2 (5-7) 
Complete poetical works. Houghton 
Cambridge ed *$2; student's ed *$1.50 
(8) 



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Holmes, Oliver "Wendell— Continued 

Grandmother's story of Bunker-HiU bat- 
tle 
In Riverside readers, v7, pl90-202 
World's story, vl2, p477-86 
—Same, and other poems. (Riverside lit. 

ser.) Houghton *25c (7-8) 
Last leaf 
In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, v2, p314-16 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v5, 

p291-3 
Riverside readers, v7, p211-13 (6-7) 
My hunt after "the captain" 

In Children's hour, v8, p 100-64 (2-8) 
Old Ironsides ■ 

In Hart and Chapman's How our 
grandfathers lived, p264-5 
Scudder's Children's book, p414-15 
— Same; with title Old Constitution 

In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, v2, p29-30 
One hoss shay, and companion poems; il. 
by Howard Pyle. Houghton *$1.50 
(6-8) 
" 'How the old horse won the bet,' and 'The 
broomstick train,' are the other poems." Arnold 

— Same; with title Deacon's masterpiece 

In Riverside readers, v7, p203-8 
Plowman 

In Evans and others. Farm life read- 
ers, bk4, p205-6 (4-6) 
Biography 
Bolton, S. K. Oliver Wendell Holmes 
In Famous American authors, pl33-55 
(7-8) 
Cody, S. Holmes 

In Four American poets, pl95-253 (5-7) 
Oliver Wendell Holmes 

In Riverside readers, v7, pl79-83 
Stevenson, B. E. and E. S. B., comps. Oli- 
ver Wendell Holmes 
In Days and deeds: prose, p319-21 (5-7) 
Wright, H. C. Oliver Wendell Holmes 
In Children's stories in American litera- 
ture, vl, p234-49 (7-8) 
Poetry 
Hayne, P. H. To O. W. Holmes 
In Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 
p268 (5-7) 
Hayne, W: H. Oliver Wendell Holmes 
In Stevenson's Davs and deeds: verse, 
p269 (5-7) 

Holton, Martha Adelaide 

Holton primer. Rand 25c (1-2) 

"Illustrated with charming pictures, some of 
them colored." Pittsburgh 

Helton, Susan 

Little stories of little animals for little 
children. Phillips, Leroy, 29a Beacon 
St., Boston *50c 

"Ten cheerful and pleasing stories for very lit- 
tle people." Jordan 

Holy Bible. See Bible 
Holy Grail 

Guerber, H. A. Titurel and the Holy 
Grail 
In Legends of the middle ages, pl82-203 
(8) 
Maitland, L. Heroes of chivalry. 1903 
(8) 



Pyle, H. Story of the Grail and the pass- 
ing of Arthur (6-8) 

See also Arthur, King; Lohengrin; 
Parsifal 

Holy Land, See Palestine 
Home, Beatrice 

Canada. (Peeps at history) 1911 Mac- 

millan *60c 
Ireland. (Peeps at history) 1914 Macmil- 
lan *60c 

Home aquarium and how to care for it. 
Smith, E. 

Home book of verse for young folks. Ste- 
venson, B. E., comp. 

Home candy making. Rorer, S. T. H. 

Home-comers. Kirkland, W. M. 

Home decoration. See Decoration and or- 
nament; House decoration 

Home fairy tales. Mace, J. 

Home fun. Bullivant, C. H: 

Home geography and the earth as a whole. 
See Tarr, R. S., and McMurry, F. M. 
New geographies, vl 

Home geography for primary grades. Fair- 
banks, H. W. 

Home life in all lands. Morris. C: 

Home-made toys for girls and boys. Hall, 
A. N. 

Home mechanics for amateurs. Hopkins, 
G: M. 

Home plays. Bullivant, C. H:, ed. 

Home, sweet home. Payne, J: H. 

/;; Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, vl, p85-6 
Hart and Chapman's How our 
grandfathers lived, p56 (6-8) 

Homer 

Stories from Homer, by A. J: Church. 
1901 Dodd $1.25 (7-8) 

"The stories of the Iliad and the Odyssey, il- 
lustrated with Flaxman's famous designs in col- 
ors." N. Y. city 

Iliad 

Achilles and Hector, by Agnes C. Gale. 
Rand *75c; 45c (4-5) 
"Short stories of the heroes of the Iliad." N. Y. 
city 
Bov's Iliad, by W. C. Perry. Macmillan 
*$1.50 (5-8) 

"In simple, flowing language, which retains_ the 
Homeric ring and flavor. Narrative of the inci- 
dents which precede and follow the story of the 
Iliad a commendable feature." Nation 

Iliad; done into English prose by An- 
drew Lang, \v alter Leaf and Ernest 
Myers. Macmillan *80c (7-8) 
"Full of the fire of the old Greek story." Pratt 

— Same [excerpt]; with title Battle of 
Menelaos and Paris 

. /;;. Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v8, pl25-42 (8) 

Iliad: tr. into English blank verse by 
W: C. Bryant; il. by John Flaxman. 
2v in 1 (Riverside popular ed.) Hough- 
ton *$1.50 

Iliad for boys and girls, told by A. J: 
Church. 1907 Macmillan *$1.50 (5-7) 

"An adaptation, told in simpler form than his 
'Story of the Iliad.' Illustrated in delicate col- 
ors." Wis. free lib. com. 



CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



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HomeT —Continued 

Stories from the Iliad, by Jeanie Lang. 

(Told to the children ser.) Button *50c 

(4-6) 
Story of the Iliad, by E: Brooks. 1910 

Penn *$1 (5-6) 
Story of the Iliad, by A. J: Church; with 

il. after Flaxman. 1905 Macmillan 

*$1; (Standard school lib.) *50c (7-8) 

"Not a translation, but a simple, dignified ren- 
dering of the narrative." Pittsburgh 

Story of Troy; adaptation of the Iliad, by 
M. Clarke. 1897 Am. bk. *60c (5-6) 

Odyssey i. . 

Adventures of Odysseus; retold by F. S. 
Marvin and others; il. by Charles Rob- 
inson. Button *$1.50 (5-7) 

"Best rendering of the Odyssey for children 
to read, on account of the illustrations, large type 
and short paragraphs." Hewins 

Adventures of Ulysses; adapted from 
Chapman's translation of the Odyssey, 
by C: Lamb. Ginn *30c (5-6) 

— Same; ed. by W. P. Trent and il. by 
Flaxman. Heath 25c 

— Same; w^ith an introduction by Andrevv^ 
Lang. Longmans 50c 

Boy's Odyssey, by W. C. Perry. Mac- 
millan *$1.50 (5-8) 

"Based on Butcher and Lang's translation." 
Oregon 

Odj'sseus, the hero of Ithaca, by M. E. 
Burt, and Z. A. Ragozin. Scribner *50c 
(4-5). 

"Claims to be a careful translation of the 
reader in use in the schools of Greece, seems jus- 
tified by a fine appreciation of the Greek spirit, 
and the use of simple dignified phrase." G. M. 

Mills 

Odyssey; done into English prose, by 
S: H: Butcher and Andrew Lang. Mac- 
millan *80c (7-8) 

Odyssey; tr. by G: H. Palmer. Houghton 
*$1 (7-8) 

"Even Lamb's story of the wanderings of Odys- 
seus seldom stirs the little folk as does this trans- 
lation in which the poetry and swing of the great 
epic are preserved. (Field)" Wis. free lib. com. 

— Same. (Riverside lit. ser.) Houghton 
abridged school ed *75c 

— Same; tr. into English verse by W: C. 
Bryant. Houghton *$2.50; 2v *$4; stu- 
dent's ed *$1 

Odyssey for boys and girls; told by A. J: 
Church. 1906 Macmillan *$1.50 (5-7) 

Flaxman illustrations in color 
"More simply and attractively told than his 
'Story of the Odyssey.' " A. L. A. bkl. 

Stories from the Odyssey, by Jeanie Lang. 
(Told to the children ser.) Button *50c 
(5-6) 
"Adventures of Ulysses and his warriors after 
the fall of Troy." Pittsburgh 

Story of the Odyssey, by E: Brooks. 

1899 Penn *$1 (5-7) 
Story of the Odyssey, by A. J: Church. 

1905 Macmillan *$1; (Standard school 

lib.) *50c (7-8) 

"A simple, dignified rendering of the narrative. 
Illustrations after Flaxman." Am. L. E. 

Wanderings of Ulysses; Ulysses in Ithaca; 
Wanderings of the Trojan Aeneas 
In Children's hour, v3, p275-496 (2-8) 



About Homer 
Guerber, H. A. Blind poet 

In Story of the Greeks, p57-60 (6-8) 
Tappan, E. M. Homer, the great story- 
teller 
In Old world hero stories, ptl, pl-9 
(6-8) 

Honesty 

Cabot, E. L., and others 

In Course in citizenship, p238-41 (1-8) 
Garrison, W. P. Property; Personifica- 
tion 
In Parables for school and home, p33-9, 
67-9 (6-7) 
La Fontaine, J. de. Honest woodman; 
adapted 
In Boston collection of kindergarten 
stories, pl7-20 
Poulsson's In the child's world, p22-4 
(2-3) 

Honey. See Bees 
Honey-bee. France, A. 

Hood, Thomas 

I remember, I remember 
In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, vl, p83-4 
Whittier's Child life, pl68-9 
Plain direction 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v3, 
pl47-8 (3-4) 
Queen Mab 

In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, vl, p253-5 (3-5) 
Hook, Stella Louise 

Little people and their homes in mead- 
ows, woods and waters. Scribner *$1.35 
(4-5) 

"About butterflies, beetles, ants, spiders and 
other insects." Utica 

Hoosier school-boy. Eggleston, E: 
Hoosier school-master. Eggleston, E: 
Hop-o'-my-thumb 

In Scudder's Children's book, p69-74 
Hope, Ascott Robert, pseud. See ]\Ioncriefif, 

A. R. H. 

Hopi Indians 

Moran, G: N. Kwahu, the Hopi Indian 
boy. 1913 (5-6) 

Hopi, the cliff dweller. Jewett, M. 

Hopkins, Albert Allis 

(ed.) Magic; stage illusions and scientific 
diversions. Munn $2.50 (6-8) 

"Contains accounts of ancient magic, and stage 
illusions oi Kellar and Herrmann. Explains mys- 
terious disappearances, conjuring tricks, ventrilo- 
quism, mind-reading, and thought-transference." 
Olcott 

"Many of the best illusions of Robert Houdin, 
Heller, Herrmann and Kellar are explained." 
Pittsburgh 

Hopkins, George M. 

Experimental science. 2v 1906 Munn $5 
(8) 

"Ready guide to the general knowledge of 
physics by means of experiment." Pittsburgh 

Home mechanics for amateurs. 1907 
Munn $1.50 (7-8) 

"Chapters on wood working, metal working, 
model engines and boilers, meteorological instru- 
ments, telescopes and microscopes, electrical ap- 
paratus, etc." N. Y. city 



224 



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Hopkins, William John r, i ^h 

Doers. 1914 Houghton --^$1; school ed 
*40c (1-2) 

•Tells how David who was 'almost five years 

old' watched and helped the workmen build a 

house next door. Suitable tor reading aloud to 

five and six year old children " Cleveland 

Indian book. 1911 Houghton ^$1.25 (2-4) 

••Twenty-three brief stories describing in very 
simple language Mandan Indian life ^nd customs. 
Illustrations from line, drawings after Catlm. 
Good paper, print and binding. A. L. A. dm. 

Sandman: his farm stories. Fage ^J^i.iU 
(3-4) 

•'Details of farm-life told with the many repe- 
titions that little children love." Hewms 

"Sandman stories are intended for reading to 
children of from four to six years. JN. ^ • "ty 
Sandman: his sea stories. Page ^l.M 
Sandman: his ship stories. Page ?1.5U 

"Contains much interesting information about 

building, launching, and sailing a ship. A book 

to give to adults to read aloud to children. 

A. L. A. bkl. . CM en 

Sandman: more farm stories. Page ^l.bU 

Hoppin, Augustus .<m .r, 

Two Compton boys. Houghton -=■$1.40 

"Amusing chronicles of family and boy-li±e 
seventy years ago." Hewins 

Horatius Codes 

Baldwin, J. Horatius at the bridge 
In Fiftj^ famous stories retold, p91-4 
(2-4) 
Dalkeith, L. Of Horatius 
■ In Stories from Roman history, p6-ll 
(4-5) 
Gilman, A., ed. Horatius at the bridge 
In Magna charta stories, p23-36 (6-8) 
Guerber, H. A. Defense of the bridge 
In Story of the Romans, p73-4 (6-8) 
Haaren, J: H:, and Poland, A. B. Hora- 
tius 
In Famous men of Rome, p58-60 (4-6) 
Hale, E: E. Horatius Codes 
In Boys' heroes, p26-39 (6-8) 
Poetry 
Macaula}% T: B. Horatius at the bridge 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v6, p208-25 
Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, v2, pl68-77 
Johonnot's Stories of the olden time, 

pl21-7 
Scudder's Children's book, p415-20 
World's story, v4, p269-89 
Hornaday, William Temple 

American natural history. 1904 Scribner 
*$3.50 (7-8) ■ 

"A most valuable reference work." Wis. 
"Mr. Hornaday has charge of the Zoological 
gardens in the Bronx." Hewins 

Two years in the jungle. Scribner *$2.50 
(7-8) 

"Description of hunting trips in India, Ceylon, 
Borneo, and Malay peninsula." N. Y. city 

Home, Olive Brown, and Scobey, Kathrine 
Lois 

Stories of great artists. 1903 Am. bk. *40c 
(4-5) 

"Attempts to interest children in art through 
simple tales, founded on facts." N. Y. state lib. 

Horned toad. See Lizards 

Hornets 

Long, W: J. Temperance lesson for the 
hornets; story 
In Ways of wood folk, pl61-6 (4-6) 



Hornibrook, Isabel .^, ,. o^ 

Scout of to-day. Houghton ^^$1 (6-8) 

"A boy scout from Philadelphia visits a cousin 
in a New England town. The boys there are 
rather scornful of him because he comes from the 
city but when they are lost m the woods he 
assists them with great skill. Better than many 
scout stories." A. L. A. bkl. 

Horse-chestnut trees 

Stokes, S. Horse-chestnut 

In Ten common trees, p37-46 (4-5) 

Horse fair. Baldwin, J. 

Horsemen of the plains. Altsheler, J. A. 

Horses 

Book of horses: colored pictures- (1) 
Chase, A., and Clow, E. Horse hides 

In Stories of industry, v2, p79-81 (5-7) 
Comstock, A. B. Pony; Colt 

In Pet book, p31-8 (5-8) 
Downes, A. M. About the fire-horse; 
Friends of the children 
In Fire fighters and their pets, p95-119 
(5-7) 
Eddy, S. J., ed. Famous horses; Remark- 
able horse trainer; How to treat 
horses 
In Friends and helpers, p68-75, 79-80, 
103-7 (3-5) 
Evans, L. B., and others 

In Farm life readers, bk5, pll3-33 (4-6) 
Eraser, C. C. Horsemanship 

In Every boy's book of handicraft, 
sports and amusements, p501-9 
(6-8) 
Garrison, W. P. Kindness for living 
things; Kindness to animals 
In Parables for school and home, p3-10, 
13-19 (6-7) 
Hamerton, P. G. Chapters on animals 

(6-8) 
Johonnot, J. ^ 

In Book of cats and dogs, p56-/8 (1-2) 
Johonnot, J. Our servants of stable and 
harness 
In Nei!?hbors with claws and hoofs. 
pn7-23 (5-6) 
Monteith, J: and C. Our horse 

In Some useful animals, p81-7 (2-3) 
Morris, C: Our single-hoofed helpers 
In Home life in all lands, v3, p61-86 
(6-8) 
Owen, M. Chase for wild horses 

In Our country:. West, p240-3 (4-6) 
Washburne, H. Breaking a bronco 

In Our country: West, p236-9 (4-6) 
Wood, C. D. Special study of the horse 
In Animals, p3-12 (4-7) 
Poetry 
Brooks, C. T., tr. Blind steed 
In Coates's Children's book of poetry, 
pl82-4 (3-5) 
Cook, E. Old Dobbin 

In Whittier's Child life, p81-3 (5-7) 
Douglass, M. Catching the colt 

In Eddy's Friends and helpers, p77-8 
Longfellow, H: W. Bell of Atri 
In Riverside readers, v6, p90-4 
—Same; with title Alarm-bell of Atri 
In Johonnot's Neighbors with claws and 
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CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



225 



Horses — Poetry — Continued 
Lucas, E: V., comp. Dogs and horses 

In Book of verses, p67-75 (3-8) 
Norton, C. Arab's farewell to his horse 
In Coates's Children's book of poetry, 
pl80-2 (3-5) 
Taylor, B. Arab to his horse 

In Eddy's Friends and helpers, p81 
(3-5) 

stories 
Alcott, L. M. Old Major 

In My girls, p87-100 (4-5) 
Alcott, L. M. Rosa's tale 

In Jimmy's cruise in the Pinafore, p67- 
88 (4-5) 
Baldwin, J. Bell of Atri 

In Fifty famous stories retold, p69-75 
. (2-4) 
Baldwin, J. Horse fair (5-6) 
Baldwin, J. Wonder book of horses (4-6) 
Boyesen, H. H. Lady Clare 

In Boyhood in Norway, pl42-78 (6-7) 
Boyesen, H. H. Zuleika 

In Norseland tales, pl-42 (6-7) 
Carter, E. Wise old horse 

In Poulsson's In the child's world, 
pl51-4 (1-2) 
Crommelin, E. G., ed. Bell of Atri 

In Famous legends, pl53-6 (4-5) 
Ford, S. Horses nine (6-7) 
Hawkes, C. Piebald, king of the bron- 
chos (7-8) 
King, C. Kaweah's run 

In Johonnot's Neighbors with claws and 
hoofs, pl23-30 (5-6) 
Lang, A., ed. 

In Animal story book, p68-70, 225-30 
(5-7) 
Lang, A., ed. Charley 

In Red book of animal stories, p357-63 

Lindsay, M. Little gray pony 

In Mother stories, p37-44 (2-3) 
Pierson, C. D. The bay colt learns to 
mind 
In Among the farmyard people, p64-81 
(3-4) 
Pyle, K. Firefly 

In Stories of humble friends, p70-7 
(3-4) 

Seton, E. T. Coaly-Bay, the outlaw horse 

In Wild animal ways, p3-16 
Seton, E. T. Pacing mustang 

In Wild animals I have known, p229-70 
(5-7) 
Sewell, A. Black Beauty (3-6) 
Wise old Dobbin 

In Boston collection of kindergarten 
stories, plOO-3 (2-3) 

Horses nine. Ford, S. 

Horsford, Isabel M. 

Stories of our holidays. 1913 Silver *30c 
(1-2) 

"Takes up the various holidays celebrated 
throuehout the school year in this country." A. L. 
A. bkl. 

Hortense, queen of Holland 

Abbott, J: S. C. History of Hortense 
(6-8) 



Horton, Edith 

Frozen North. 19(M Heath 50c (6-7) 

"Accounts of the attempts made by manjr brave 
men to explore the Arctic regions and discover 
the North pole." Wis. 

Group of famous women. 1914 Heath 
*50c (6;8) 

"Brief biographies, intended for use in con- 
nection with history in the grammar grades. Will 
be specially helpful in work with foreign girls, as 
presenting a standard of American womanhood." 
A. L. A. bkl. 

Hosmer, Harriet Goodhue 

Bolton, S. K. Harriet G. Hosmer 
In Lives of girls who became famous, 
pl41-57 (7-8) 
Horton, E. Harriet Hosmer 

In Group of famous women, pl73-81 
(6-8) 
Hospitality 

Cabot, E. L., and others 
In Course in citizenship, p98-102 (1-8) 

Hospitals 

Jewett, F. G. Hospital, dispensary, and 
ambulance 
In Town and city, p244-52 (7-8) 
See also Insane hospitals 

Hotchkiss, Caroline Woodbridge 

Representative cities of the United States. 
1913 Houghton *65c (6-8) 

San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Denver, New 
Orleans, Duluth, Minneapolis and St. Paul, Chi- 
cago, Pittsburgh, Gary, Savannah, Boston and 
New York 

Hottentots 

Badlam, A. B. Hottentot customs 
In Views in Africa, pl84-90 (6-7) 

Starr, F: 
In Strange peoples, pl46-50 (5-6) 
Sec also Bushmen 

Hough, Emerson 

Story of the cowboy. (Story of the West 

ser.) Appleton *$1.35 (7-8) 
Young Alaskans. Harper $1.25 (6-8) 

"Relates the summer adventures of three boys 

lost in Alaska where they learn much about the 

curious life of the Indians, and have encounters 

with animals. Author is a well known authority 

on the West." Cleveland 

Young Alaskans in the Rockies. (Young 

Alaskans ser. v3) Harper *$1.25 (6-8) 

"Uncle Dick, engineer, takes his Alaskan 

nephews on an adventurous vacation trip through 

the Canadian Rockies and along the Columbia 

river. Good local color." N. Y. state lib. 

Young Alaskans on the trail. (Young 
Alaskans ser. v2) Harper $1.25 (6-8) 
"The three boys spend their summer vacation in 
crossing the Rockies from west to east, following 
the old Makenzie trail. Two half-breed guides 
accompany them. Excess of information occa- 
sionally makes the story drag, and the French- 
Indian dialect is not easy reading, but the ad- 
ventures will interest boys." A. L. A. bkl. 

Houghton, Mrs. Louise (Seymour) 

Russian grandmother's wonder tales. 
Scribner *$1.35 (4-5) 

"Excellent collection from authentic sources." 
A. L. A. bkl. 

House boats 

Adams, J. H: House boats and rafts 
In Harper's outdoor book for boys, 
p261-79 (5-8) 
Beard, D. C. 
In Boat-building and boating, pl63-83 
(6-8) 



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226 



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House boats — Continued 
Beard, D. C. American boy's house-boat 

In Jack of all trades, pl46-69 (5-7) 
Davis, C: G., ed. House-boats and rafts 
In Harper's boating book for boys, 
pl03-19 (6-8) 
See also Boats and boating 
Stories 
Stockton, F. R: Rudder Grange (7-8) 

House decoration 

Paret, A. P., ed. 
In Harper's handv-book for girls, pl-69 
(7-8) 
Warner, C: F. Home decoration. 1911 
(6-8) 

See also Boys' rooms; Carpets; Dec- 
oration and ornament; Furniture; Rugs 

House in the water. Roberts, C: G: D. 

House in the wood, and other old fairy sto- 
ries. Grimm, J. L. K. and W. K. 

House of the heart, and other plays for 
children. Mackay, C. D. 

House of the seven gables. Hawthorne, N. 

House that Jack built 

In Caldecott's Collection of pictures and 
songs, vl 
Caldecott's Picture book, vl 
O'Shea's Six nursery classics, pl-4 
Wiltse's Folklore stories and prov- 
erbs, pl9-23 

House wagons 

Beard, D. C. How to rig a house wagon 
for boys 
/;; Boy pioneers, p64-75 (5-8) 

House with the silver door. Tappan, E. M. 

Houseboat on the St. Lawrence. Tomlin- 
son. E. T. 

Household history of the United States. 
See Eggleston, E: History of the 
United States and its people 

Household of Glen Holly. Lillie, L. C. W. 

Household stories. Grimm, J. L. K. and 
W. K. 

Housekeeping 

Benton, C. F. Saturday mornings; or, 

How Margaret learned to keep house 

(4-6) 
Foster, O. H. Housekeeping for little 

girls. 1912 (4-6) 
Gilman, E. H. Housekeeping. 1911 
Johnson, C. When mother lets us help. 

1909 (4-6) 
Kelley, L. E. Housewifery 

In Three hundred things a bright girl 
can do, p586-603 (7-8) 
See also Cookery; Food; Furniture; 

House decoration 

Housekeeping adventures of the junior 
Blairs. See Benton, C. F. Fun of cook- 
ing 

Housekeeping for little girls. Foster, O. H. 



Houses 

Beard, D. C. How to build beaver-mat 
huts, camps and cots, fagot houses, 
roads and fences 
In- Handicraft for outdoor boj^s, pl96- 
205 • 
New ideas for out of doors, pl96-205 
(6-8) 
Beard, D. C. How to make wire kens 
with thatched lipkins and a bow-ar- 
row door 
In Boy pioneers, pi 15-24 (5-8) 
Beard, D. C. Shelters, shacks and shan- 
ties. 1914 (6-8) 
Bond, A. R. House building 

In Scientific American boy, pl24-37 
(6-8) 
Brown, B. M. Health in home and town. 

1912 (6-8) 
Carpenter, F. G: How the world is 

housed. 1911 (5-7) 
Chamberlain, J. F. How we are shel- 
tered. 1906 (4-5) 
Chase, A., and Clow, E. Story of your 
house 
In Stories of industry, vl, pi 18-20 (5-7) 
Faris, J: T. Houses of the colonists 
In Real stories from our history, pl7-23 
(6-8) 
Keller, A. G., and Bishop, A. L. 
In Commercial and industrial geogra- 
phy, p291-340 (7-8) 
Morris, C: At home with the world's 
people 
In Home life in all lands, vl, pl36-87 
(6-8) 
Mowry, W: A: and A. M. Heat — Indian 
homes and Colonial homes 
In American inventions and inventors, 
pl7-30 (5-8) 
Sec also Animals — Houses; Bird 
houses; Boat-houses; Boys' rooms; 
Bungalows; Cave houses; Concrete; 
Doll houses; Girls' rooms; House boats; 
Log cabins; Play houses; Pole houses; 
Poultry houses; Snow houses; Sod 
houses; Summer houses; Tenement 
houses; Tree houses 

Housman, Laurence 

(ed.) Stories from the Arabian nights, 
with [24] drawings by Edmund Dulac. 
Doran *$1.50; with [50] drawings by 
Edmund Dulac. *$5 (4-6) 

"The pictures are strickly Oriental in tone. . . . 
Persia has suggested most of the dress and the 
architecture, with here and there a touch of 
Cairo or Damascus. . . . The scenery belongs to 
fairyland or Mr. Rackham's land. But the tri 
umph of the art lies in its suggestion of marvel 
of magic, in every line. The only criticism . . 
is that there is too much striving after the gro 
tesque. . . . This curious atmosphere of magic 
never more brilliantly suggested than in these de 
lightful drawings, enters especially into the scenes 
in the 'Story of the king of the Ebony isles.' " 
Athenaeum 

Houston, Edwin James 

Wonder book of light. 1908 Stokes *$1.50 
(8) 

"Including chapters on color. X-rays and ra- 
dioactivity, illumination, photography, rainbows, 
polarized light." A. L. A. bkl. 

Wonder book of magnetism. 1908 Stokes 
*$1.50 (7-8) 



CHILDREN'S CATALOG 



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Houston, Edwin James — Continued 

Wonder book of the atmosphere. 1907 
Stokes *$1.50' (7-8) 

"Contains a good d«al of information that is not 
included in school books, and is happy in getting 
the 'young' point of view." A. L. A. bkl. 
Wonder book of volcanoes and earth- 
quakes. 1907 Stokes *$1.50 (7-8) 

"Written in a way to attract young people." 
A. L. A. bkl. 

Houston, Samuel 

Johnston, C: H. L. General Sam Hous- 
ton: the savior of Texas 
In Famous scouts, pl63-80 (6-8) 
Mowry, W: A: and B. S. Samuel Hous- 
ton 
In American pioneers, pl73-86 (5-7) 
Stories 
Sabin, E. L. With Sam Houston in 
Texas (7-8) 
How I found Livingstone. Stanley, H: M. 
How it is done. Williams, A. 
How it is made. Williams, A. 
How it works. Williams, A. 
How New England was made. Humphrey, 

F. A. 
How our grandfathers lived. Hart, A. B., 

and Chapman, A. B., eds. 
How plants behave. Gray, A. 
How plants grow. Gray, A. 
How the aristocrats sailed away. Stockton, 
F. R: 
In Floating prince, p2S-46 (4-6) 

How the people rule. Hoxie, C: D. 
How the republic is governed. Brooks, N. 
How the United States became a nation. 
Fiske, J: 

How the world is clothed. Carpenter, F. G: 

How the world is fed. See Carpenter, F. G: 
Foods 

How the world is housed. Carpenter, 
F. G: 

How they brought the good news from 
Ghent to Aix. See Browning, R. 

How to amuse yourself and others. See 
Beard, L. and A. B. American girl's 
handy book 

How to attract the birds. Doubleday, 
N. B. D. 

How to do it. Hale, E: E. 

How to do it and How to live. Hale, E: E. 

How to dress a doll. Morgan, M. E. H. 

How to enjoy pictures. Emery, M. S. 

How to enjoy pictures. Head, R. 

How to know the ferns. Parsons, F. T. 
S. D. 

How to know the wild flowers. Parsons, 
F. T. S. D. 

How to make a wireless set. Moreton, 
D: P. 

How to make baskets. White, M. 



How to make things. Williams, A. 

How to play baseball. 1913 Crowell *50c 

How to play baseball. McGraw, J: J. 

How to produce children's plays. Mackay, 
C. D. 

How to show pictures to children. Hurll, 
E. M. 

How to understand electrical work. Har- 
per's. Onken, W: H:, jr., and Baker, 
J. B. 

How two boys made their own electrical 
apparatus. St. John, T: M: 

How we are clothed. Chamberlain, J. F. 

How we are fed. Chamberlain, J. F. 

How we are sheltered. Chamberlain, J. F. 

How we travel. Chamberlain, J. F. 

Howard, Blanche Willis 

No heroes. Houghton *75c (6-8) 

"Story of a boy's unconscious but genuine hero- 
ism." Pittsburgh 

Howard, Frank Ward 

(ed.) Banbury Cross stories. Merrill 
*25c (1-2) 

Contents: Titty mouse and Tatty mouse; 
Chicken-Licken; Half Chick; Old woman and her 
pig; Three bears; Lazy Jack; Story of Mr. Vine- 
gar 

"Very simply told in words of one syllable and 
illustrated with line drawings. The type is large." 
A. L. A. bkl. 

Howard, John 

Lang, L. B. Prisoners and captives 

In Red book of heroes, p25-42 (7-8) 
Warren, H: P., ed. John Howard, the 
reformer of the jails 
In Stories from English historv, p412-14 
(5-7) 

Howard, Leland Ossian 

Insect book. 1905 Doubleday *$4 (7-8) 

"Dr. Howard, chief of the Division of entomol- 
ogy, United States Department of agriculture, 
and the foremost authority in this country, gives 
us full life-histcries of the bees, wasps, ants, 
grasshoppers, flies, and other North American in- 
sects — exclusive of the butterflies, moths, and 
beetles. Sixteen pages of color plates, 32 pages 
of half tones, and about 300 black and white text 
illustrations." Arnold 

Howard, Margaret 

Truly stories from the surely Bible. 1915 
Margaret Howard, 60 Park St., Brook- 
line, Mass. *$1; Lothrop *$1 

Howard, Oliver Otis 

Famous Indian chiefs I have known. 
1908 Century $1.50 (6-8) 

"Spirited accounts of 23 chiefs who have been 
more or less prominent in our history." A. L. A. 
bkl. 

Howden, Joseph Russell 

Bovs' book of railways. 1909 Stokes 

*$1.75 (7-8) ^ . . 

"Survey of railway history with full description 
of English and American railways and many il- 
lustrations." Oregon 

Boys' book of steamships. Stokes *?1.7o 
(7-8) 

"Comprehensive history of the steamboat, its 
evolution and construction, from Noah's ark to 
the S. S. Mauretania, and a detailed account of 
the world's present navigation service." A. L. A. 
bkl. 



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Howden, Joseph Russell — Continued 

Boys' book of warships. 191U Stokes 
*$1.75 (7-8) . . . ^.. 

"Opening chapter contains an interesting his- 
torical summary of the development of warships 
from earliest Egyptian galleys to the Armada. 
The rest deal with British ships. American ships 
of any period receive scant attention except when 
referred to for purposes of illustration and com- 
parison, and the book makes no attempt to de- 
scribe naval engagements Of the 109 extremely 
good illustrations only 6 are from photographs 01 
American ships." A. L. A. bkl. 

Howe, Elias 

Foote, A. E., and Skinner, A. W. 

In Makers and defenders of America, 
p209-12 (4-8) 
Holland, R. S. Howe and the sewing- 
machine 
In Historic inventions, p206-14 (5-8) 
Morris, C: Elias Howe, the inventor of 
the sewing machine 
In Heroes of progress in America, pl59- 
65 (7-8) 
Towle, G: M. Elias Howe and the sew- 
ing-machine 
In Heroes and martyrs of invention, 
pl80-9 (6-7) 

Howe, Mrs. Julia Ward 

Battle-hymn of the republic 
In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, v3, pi 70-1 
Hart and Stevens's Romance of the 

civil war, p75-6 
World's story, vl3, p301-2 

Biography 

Bolton, S. K. Julia Ward Howe 
In Famous leaders among women, p272- 
303 (7-8) 
Horton, E. Julia Ward Howe 
In Group of famous women, pll5-21 
(6-8) 
Richards. L. E. H. When I was your 

age (4-7) 
Wade, :\I. H. B. Julia Ward Howe 

/;; Light-bringers, pl42-71 (7-8) 
Wright, H. C. New England women 
writers 
In Children's stories in American litera- 
ture, v2, p212-21 (7-8) 

Howe, Samuel Gridley 

Baldwin, J. Knight without reproach 
In American book of golden deeds, 
pl67-73 (4-6) 
Howry, W: A: and B. S. Samuel G. 
Howe 
In American pioneers, p292-305 (5-7) 
Richards, L. E. H. Samuel Gridley 
Howe; Zxlodern Bayard 
In Cabot and others. Course in citi- 
zenship, p212-14, 225-7 (1-8) 

Howells, William Dean 

Boy's town. Harper $1.25 (7-8) 

"Account of the author's own boyhood in a 
country town in southern Ohio." N. Y. city 

Christmas every dav, and other stories. 
Harper $1.25; Holiday ed $1.75 (4-5) 

Other stories: Turkeys turning the tables; The 
pony engine and th« Pacific express; The pump- 
kin-glory; Butterflyflutterby and Flutterbybutter- 

fly 



Flight of Pony Baker. Harper *$1.25 
(7-8) 

"How Pony Baker almost ran away from 
home and why he gave it up." Pittsburgh 
Stories of Ohio. 1898 Am. bk. *60c (7-8) 
"Dealing for the most part with border warfare 
and captivity among the Ohio Indians." Pitts- 
burgh 

Biography 
Bolton, S. K. William Dean Howells 
In Famous American authors, p258-85 
(7-8) 
Wright, H. C. William Dean Howells 
In Children's stories in American lit- 
erature, v2, p 106-24 (7-8) 
Howitt, Mary 

Spider and the fly 
In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, vl, p269-72 
Lucas's Book of verses, p83-5 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v2, 

p58-61 
Scudder's Children's book, pl46-7 

Howliston, Mary H. 

Cat-tails and other tales [nature stories 
and fables]. Flanagan 40c (2-3) 

Hoxie, Charles DeForest 

How the people rule. 1903 Silver *40c 
(6-7) 

"The young reader is introduced to civic fea- 
tures touching his own daily life and then to a 
consideration of village, town, city, state and na- 
tional government." N. Y. city 

Hubbard, Charles D. 

(il.) Wiley, B. Mewanee, the little Indian 
bo3^ 

Hubbard, Thomas O'Brien, and Turner, 
Charles Cyril 

Boys' book of aeroplanes. 1913 Stokes 
*$1.75 (7-8) 

"Begins with the principles of flight. Then fol- 
low chapters on building the aeroplane and learn- 
ing to fly, the aeroplane in war, the early history 
of flight, the Wrights and modern developments. 
Illustrations from photographs." Pittsburgh 

Contains also a chapter "Model aeroplanes" by 
E. W. Twining 

Hubert, Philip Gengembre, jr. 

Inventors. Scribner *$1.50 (7-8) 

"Sketches of Bell, Edison, Ericsson, Franklin, 
Fulton, Goodyear, Howe, McCormick, Morse, 
Whitney." N. Y. city 

Huckleberry. Stockton, F. R: 

III Floating prince, p74-83 (4-6) 

Huckleberry Finn, Adventures of. Clem- 
ens, S: L. 

Hudson, Henry 

Clay, O. Mystery of the Half Moon 
In Treasure finders, p235-65 (5-7) 
Coe, F. E. Story of Henry Hudson 
In Founders of our countrj^ pl23-31 
(3-5) 
Coffin, C. C. Henry Hudson 
In Johonnot's Stories of our country, 
p24-9 (4-6) 
Foote, A. E., and Skinner. A. W. Henry 
Hudson's explorations 
In Explorers and founders of America, 
pi 68-74 (7-8) 
Gordy, W. F. Henry Hudson 
In Stories of American explorers, pl42- 
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229 



Hudson, Henry —Confinued 

Griffis, \V: E. Orange, white, and blue 
in the Hudson river 
In Romance of discovery, p233-6 (7-8) 
Higginson, T: W. Henry Hudson and 
the New Netherlands 
In Young folks' book of American ex- 
plorers, p281-307 (6-8) 
Johnson, W: H: Henry Hudson's voy- 
ages 
In World's discoverers, p32I-45 (7-8) 
Laut, A. C. Last days of Henry Hudson 

In World's story, vll, pl9-27 
McMurry, C: A. Henry Hudson 
In Pioneers on land and sea, p35-46 
(5-6) 
Shaw, E: R: Henry Hudson 

In Discoverers and explorers, pll4-20 
(4-6) 
Wright, H. C. Henry Hudson and the 
Knickerbockers 
In Children's stories in American his- 
tory, p292-9 (5-7) 

Hudson Bay company 

Carpenter, F. G: The Hudson Bay com- 
pany 
In North America, p310-12 (5-6) 

Hugh Wynne. Mitchell, S. W. 

Hughes, Rupert 

Dozen from Lakerim. Century $1.50 
(6-7) 

"Sequel to 'Lakerim athletic club,' and full of 
football, boxing, baseball, cross country running, 
etc." N. Y. city 

Lakerim athletic club. Century $1.50 
(6-7) 

"Lively story of a boy's club and football, polo, 
golf, and other sport." N. Y. city 

Hughes, Thomas 

■ Tom Brown's school days. Macmillan 

Cranford ed *$2; Dutton (Everyman's 

lib.) *40c; lib binding *50c: Ginn *50c 

(6-8) 

"True picture of boy life at Rugby under the 

famous master, Dr. Arnold." Pittsburgh 

"A story which often puzzles an American boy 
who does not understand English school-life. A 
boy who has books at home and general informa- 
tion enjoys it thoroughly." Hewins 

— Same. Houghton (Riverside school 

lib.) *60c; (Riverside lit. ser.) *50c 
— Same; il. by Louis Rhead. Harper 

*$1.50 

Hugo, Victor 

Contest between a man and a cannon 
/;* Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v6, p66-75 (6) 
Cosette 
In MacDonald and Blaisdell's Child life, 
v4, p 148-63 (4-5) 

Huguenots 

Dalkeith, L. Story in praise of and pity 
for the Huguenots 
In Stories from French history, p78-96 
(5-6) 
Wright, H. C. 

In Children's stories in American his- 
tory, p228-53 (5-7) 



Hull, Eleanor 

(comp.) Boys' Cuchulain; heroic legends 
of Ireland. Crowell *$1.S0 (6-8) 

"Thirty tales from the cycle of Cuchulain, who 
IS to Ireland what King Arthur is to Wales and 
England. The stories are vividly and beautifully 
told, and will appeal to girls quite as much as 
to boys of twelve and older. Sixteen spirited il- 
lustrations in color by Stephen Reid." A. L. A. 
bkl. 

Hull, Isaac 

Morris, C: Isaac Hull and his work with 
"Old Ironsides" 
In Heroes of the navy, pl53-65 (6-8) 
Seawell, M. E. Isaac Hull 
In Twelve naval captains, pl45-66 (6-8) 
Hulst, Cornelia Steketee 

Indian sketches. 1912 Longmans *75c 
(5-7) 

"Some of the most beautiful and heroic tales of 
the red men of the Northwest territory, empha- 
sizing the biographical side. Though its interpre- 
tation of history may seem too romantic, it is 
true to fact." A. L. A. bkl. 

Humboldt, Alexander von 

Wright, H. C. Humboldt and nature in 
the new world 
In Children's stories of the great sci- 
ientists, pl76-211 (6-7) 

Hume, David 

Wright, H. C. History in the 18th cen- 
tury 
/;; Children's stories in English litera- 
ture, v2, p294-8 (7-8) 

Humming-birds 

Bass, F. A humming bird 

Iji Stories of animal life, pl53-5 (2-3) 
Johonnot, J. Fairies on the wing 

In Neighbors with wings and fins, pl44- 
50 (3-5) 
]\Iiller, O. T. Humming family 

In Second book of birds, pl43-9 (5-7) 
Miller, O. T. Living sunbeams 
In Little folks in feathers and fur, 
pl20-4 (3-5) 
Partridge, J. H. 

/;; Johonnot's Glimpses of the aniinate 
world, p211-14 (6-7) 
Sharp, D. L. 

In Watcher in the woods, p 102-7 (7-8) 
Poetry 
Very, J. To the humming-bird 

In Thacher's Listening child, p267 (5-7) 
Stories 
Richards, L. E. H. Mrs. Humming-bird 
III Four feet, two feet and no feet, 
p 104-5 (2-4) 
Stowe. H. E. B. Hum, the son of Buz 
In Queer little people, p67-79 (4-5) 

Humor 

Carroll, L: Alice's adventures in Won- 
derland (4-6) 

Carroll, L: Through the looking-glass 
(4-6) 

Clemens, S: L. Adventures of Huckle- 
berry Finn (7-8) 

Hale, L. P. Last of the Peterkins (5-8) 

Hale, L. P. Peterkin papers (4-7) 

Irving, W. Knickerbocker's historv of 
New York (8) 

Irving, W. Rip Van Winkle (6-8) 



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Humor — Continued 

Lear, E: Book of nonsense, and More 

nonsense. 1915 (3-6) 
Lear, E: Jumblies, and other nonsense 

verses (1-5) 
Lear, E: Nonsense books. 1891 (1-6) 
Lear, E: Pelican chorus (1-5) 
Newell, P: Pictures and rhymes. 1899 
Olcott, F. J., and Pendleton, A., comps. 

Jolly book for boys and girls (5-8) 
Raspe, R. E. Tales from the travels of 

Baron Munchausen (5-8) 
Thackeray, W: M. Rose and the ring 

(5-7) 
^\ iggin, K. D. S., and Smith, N. A., eds. 

Tales of laughter (4-6) 

See also Nonsense rimes; Nursery 

rimes 
Humperdinck, Engelbert 

Chapin, A. A. Konigskinder 

Opera developed into a pretty fairy tale 

IMcLaren, J. ]\I., and Harve3r, E. M. Han- 
sel and Gretel; play for little children; 
adapted from the opera (4-6) 
Humphrey, Mrs. Frances A. 

How New England was made. 1890 Loth- 
rop $1.25 (3-5) 
"Short history of the Pilgrims and the settk- 
ment of New England." N. Y. city 

Humphreys, Mary Gay 

(ed.) Alissionary explorers among the 
American Indians. 1913 Scribner *$1.50 
(7-8) 

"Brings together in convenient form the main 
facts of the lives of John Eliot, Samson Occum, 
David Brainerd, Marcus Whitman, Stephen Riggs 
and John Louis Dyer, taken, as far as possible, 
from their own diaries and letters. In many 
cases the lives arc not available elsewhere." A. L. 
A. bkl. 
Personal hygiene for girls. 1913 Funk 
*75c (7-8) 
Hundred anecdotes of animals. Billing- 
hurst, P. J. 
Hundred fables. Aesop 

Htindred years of warfare. Dickson, M. S. 
Hundred years' war 

Stories 
Doyle, A. C. White company (8) 
Hungary 

Sec also Austria-Hungary; National 
songs 

Description and travel 
De Kover, H. T. Hungary. 1911 (6-8) 

Folklore 
Curtin, J. Fairv tales of eastern Europe 
(3-5) 

Social life and customs 
Brace, C: L. Hungarian life 
In Lane's Under sunny skies, pl23-31 
(5-7) 
Nixon-Roulet, M. F. Our little Hun- 
garian cousin. 1909 (4-7) 
Huns. See Attila 
Hunt, Clara Whitehill 
'About Harriet. Houghton *$1.25 (2-4) 
By one of the best known children's librarians. 
The object of this story is to make city children 
feel the interest and significance of the life that 
is passing around them, and to make country 
children understand better how the days of chil- 
dren in the city are passed 



Hunt, Mrs. Helen. See Jackson, Mrs. 
Helen Hunt 

Hunt, Leigh 

Abou Ben Adhem; poem 

In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, vl, p32 
Coates's Children's book of poetry, 

p521-2 
Norton's Heart of oak books, v5, 

p279-80 
Stevenson's Days and deeds: verse, 

p372 
Thacher's Listening child, pl85 (5-7) 
Jaffar 

In Norton's Heart of oak books, v5, 
p248-9 (6-7) 

Himt, Rockwell Dennis 

California the golden. (Stories of the 
states ser.) 1911 Silver *65c 

"Especially full in the account of the days of 
Spanish dominion, useful for supplementary read- 
iiig but not so arranged as to form a consecutive 
history of the state. The Chinese question is dis- 
cussed without bias, the days of '49 dealt with in 
detail, and very slight mention made of the fire 
and earthquake of 1906." A. L. A. bkl. 

Himter cats of Connorloa. See Jackson, 
H. H. Cat stories 

Hunting, Gardner 

Sandsy's pal. Harper *$1.25 (6-8) 

"The best boy's story that has come to me in 
many a moon." C. G. Leland, Bureau of libra- 
ries, N. Y. Board of education 

Hunting, Harold Bruce 

Storjr of our Bible: how it grew to be 
what it is. Scribner *$1.50 
"Particularly useful for reading at home or in 
the Sunday-school, where its general effect will be 
to convey a sense of the human reality of the 
Biblical writings while the higher spiritual teach- 
ings aie brought prominently out." Nation 

Hunting 

Beard, D. C. Home made hunting ap- 
paratus 
In American boy's handy book, pl88-99, 
414-16 (5-7)_ 
Beard, D. C. Hunting without a gun 

In Jack of all trades, pl9-32 (5-7) 
Cleveland, L. B. Fox-hunting in New 
England 
In Our country: East, p25l-6 (4-6) 
Du Chaillu, P. B. In African forest and 

jungle. 1903 (7-8) 
Hornaday, W: T. Two years in the jun- 
gle (7-8) 
King, C: F. Hunting in the Rockies 
/;; Picturesque geographical readers, v5, 
pi 12-23 (5-6) 
Loring, J: A. African adventure stories. 
- 1914 (7-8) 
Miller, W. H. Boys' book of hunting and 

fishing. 1916 
Morris, C: Hunting-field, pasture and 
farm 
In Home life in all lands, vl, p233-48 
(6-8) 
Roosevelt, T. Good hunting. 1907 (7-8) 
Roosevelt. T. Ranch life and the hunt- 
ing-trail. 1902 (7-8) 
Thompson, M. Marvin and his boy 
hunters; Hints on trap-shooting 
In Boys' book of sports, pl-138 (6-7) 



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231 



Hunting — Continued 

Young, E. Adventures among hunters 
and trappers. 1912 

See also Falconry; Fishing; Game; 
Shooting; Tracking; Trapping 

Stories 

Curwood, J. O. Wolf hunters (6-7) 
Grey, Z. Young forester (7-8) 
Grinnell, G: B., ed. Wolf hunters (7-8) 
Hough, E. Young Alaskans in the Rock- 
ies (6-8) 
Reid, M. Boy hunters (6-8) 
Reid, M. Bruin, the grand bear hunt 
(6-8) 

Reid, M. Cliff climbers (6-8) 
Reid, M. Young voyageurs (6-8) 
Seton, E. T. Trail of the Sandhill stag 

(6-8) 
Wade, M. H. B. Ten Indian hunters 

Hunting clothes 

Beard, D. C. How to make a real hunt- 
er's clothes and moccasins 
III Handicraft for outdoor boys, pl86- 
95 
New ideas for out of doors, pl86-95 
(6-8) 

Hunting of the cheviot 

In ]Macleod's Book of ballad stories, 
p396-405 

Huntington, Ellsworth 

Asia; a geography reader. 1912 Rand 75c 
(7-8) 

"Will supplement Carpenter's 'Asia.' Most use- 
ful for the higher grad-es, though it has been 
found helpful in high-school work." A. L. A. bkl. 

"Describes the life of the inhabitants of Asia 
and shows how the climate, topography and other 
characteristics of that great continent have influ- 
enced the distribution of man and have caused 
the people in different parts to acquire distinct 
habits and customs." Pittsburgh 

Huntington, H. S., pseud. 

His Majesty's sloop Diamond Rock. 
Houghton *$1.35 (6-8) 

"The English occupation and defense by the 
French fleet of Diamond Rock which rises 600 
feet from the sea at the port of Fort-de-France 
in Martinique and guards the entrance. A good 
historical story which gives also, the tropical char- 
acteristics of Martinique." Cleveland 

Hurll, Estelle May 

How to show pictures to children. 1914 
Houghton *$1 

"How pictures are made; how they tell stories; 
how they may be utilized in tableaux, in the dec- 
oration of children's rooms and school rooms, and 
in school work; these are a few of the topics 
the author discusses with insight and good sense." 
School arts magazine 

"Clear, practical, simple and distinctly useful 
for librarians, mothers, and teachers. Appendix 
has 3 page list of books for working library in 
art study." N. Y. state lib. 

Riverside art series. 12v 1899-1902 

Houghton ea *75c; school ed *50c (7-8) 

Contents: Correggio, Greek sculpture; Jean 

Frangcis Millet; Landseer; Michelangelo; Mu- 

rillo; Raphael; Rembrandt; Sir Joshua Reynolds; 

Titian; Tuscan sculpture; Van Dyck 

Each volume contains 15 or 16 pictures, with 
introduction and interpretation 

Husted, Mary Hall 

Stories of Indian chieftains. 1900 Public 
school pub. CO., Bloomington, 111. 40c 
(3-4) 

Tecumseh, Osceola, Pontiac, Logan, King Philip, 
Pocahontas, Red Jacket 



Stories of Indian children. 1898 Public 
school pub. CO., Bloomington, 111. 40c 
(3-4) 

"About the family life of the Indian before the 
coming of the white man." Oregon 

Hutchinson, Winifred Margaret Lambert 
Golden porch: a book of Greek fairy tales. 
Longmans *$1.40 (3-5) 

"Stories from Pindar. Full of color and ex- 
quisite descriptions." A. L. A. bkl. 

Orpheus with his lute. Longmans *$1.40 
(5-8) 

"Story of Orpheus and Eurydice, with other 
stories from Greek mythology introduced, told 
with such purity of diction, simplicity and beauty 
as to make it a bit of real literature. Though 
written for children, and so modified to some 
extent from the older versions, young people and 
adults will enoy it more than the average child. 
There are eight reproductions from famous paint- 
ings." A. L. A. bkl. 

Sunset of the heroes. Button $2 (7-8) 

"A spirited retelling, in simple, dignified Eng- 
lish, of the story from Hector's death to the re- 
turn of Agamemnon. Eight black-and-white and 
delicately colored illustrations." A. L. A. bkl. 

Hutchinson, Woods 

Child's day. 1912 Houghton *40c (3-5) 

"Following the boy or girl through the usual 
activities of a day, explains the need of fresh air. 
food and sleep, and tells about the work and 
play of children, what risks to avoid and qow to 
keep well and grow strong." Pittsburgh 
Community hygiene. 1916 Houghton *60c 
(6-8) 

"Useful as a textbook or supplementary reader. 
Gives definite information about public health, and 
suggestions of things children can do to promote 
community health and happiness." Wis. bul. 

Hutton, Laurence 

Boy I knew, four dogs, and some more 
dogs. 1898 Harper $1.25 (6-7) 

"True account of his own boy life in New 
York and of the doings of his pet dogs." N. Y. 
state lib. 

Huxley, Thomas 

Wright, H. C. Darwin and Huxley 

In' Children's stories of the great sci- 
entists, p347-50 (6-7) 

Hyacinths 

Alorley, J\I. W. Hyacinth stories 
In Flowers and their friends, p93-103 
(4-5) 

Hyde, Lilian Stoughton 

Favorite Greek myths. Heath *50c (4-5) 
"One of the best versions for higher grades. 
Oregon 

Hydraulic engineering. See Water power 
Hydroaeroplanes 

Johnson, V. E: Hydro-aeroplanes or 
water-planes 
In Modern inventions, pll2-27 (8) 
Kelland, C. B., ed. How to build a model 
hydro-aeroplane 
/;; American boys' workshop, p85-92 
(6-8) 
Verrill, A. H. Hydroaeroplanes and fly- 
ing-boats 
In Harper's aircraft book, pl83-215 
(7-8) 

Hydroplanes 

Davis, C: G., ed. 
In Harper's boating book for boys, 
p287-93 (6-8) 
Johnson, V. E: Latest triumphs in swift 
water travel 
In Modern inventions, pl03-ll (8) 



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Hyenas 

Lang, A., ed. Hyenas and children 
In Red book of animal stories, p252-6 
(6-7) 

Hygiene 

Brown, B. M. Health in home and town. 
1912 (6-8) 

Coleman, W. M. Handbook of the peo- 
ple's health. 1913 (7-8) 

Dawson, J. Boys and girls of Garden 
city. 1914 (5-7) 

Gulick, C. E. V. Emergencies. 1909 

(5-8) 

Humphreys, M. Personal hygiene for 
girls. 1913 (7-8) 

Hutchinson, W. Child's day. 1912 (3-5) 

Hutchinson, W. Community hygiene. 
1916 (6-8) 

Jackson, H. H. Our body 

In i\rnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v5, pl21-4 (5) 

Jewett, F. G. Body and its defenses. 
1910 (6-8) 

Jewett, F. G. Body at work. 1909 (6-8) 

Jewett, F. G. Control of body and mind. 
1908 (7-8) 

Jewett, F. G. Good health. 1906 (5-7) 

Jewett, F. G. Health and safety. 1916 

Jewett, F. G. Physiology, hygiene and 
sanitation. 1916 

O'Shea, U. V.. and Kellogg, J: H. Body 
in health. 1915 (5-8) 

O'Shea, M. V., and Kellogg, J: H. Health 
and cleanliness. 1915 (5-8) 

O'Shea. M. V., and Kellogg, J: H. 
Health habits. 1915 (5-8) 

Ritchie, J: W., and Caldwell, J. S. Primer 
of hygiene. 1910 (5-6) 

See also Cleanliness; "First aid in ill- 
ness and injury; Food; Physical educa- 
tion; Physiology; Sex hygiene; Soap; 
Temperance 

Hygiene, Public 

Brown. B. M. Health in home and town. 

1912 (6-8) 
Cabot, E. L., and others. Public health 
and public charity 
In Course in citizenship, pl49-51 (1-8) 
Coleman, W. M. Handbook of the peo- 
ple's health. 1913 (7-8) 
Daw^son, J. Boys and girls of Garden 

city. 1914 (5-7) 
Dunn, A. W: How the community aids 
the citizen to satisfy his desire for 
health 
In Community and the citizen, p58-70 
(6-8) 
Du Puy, W: A. Teaching sanitation to 
the world 
In Uncle Sam's modern miracles, p213- 
31 (8) 
Hutchinson, W. Community hygiene. 

1916 (6-8) 
Jewett, F. G. Physiology, hygiene and 

sanitation. 1916 
Jewett, F. G. Town and city. 1906 (7-8) 
O'Shea, M. y., and Kellogg, J: H. Health 
and cleanliness. 1915 (5-8) 



Richman, J., and Wallach, I. R. 

In Good citizenship, pl39-90 (5-8) 
Ritchie, J: W. Primer of sanitation. 
1915 (5-8) 

See also Health boards; Street clean- 
ing; Water supply 
Hymns 

Ingpen, R., ed. 
In One thousand poems for children, 
p404-21 
Wier, A. E., comp. Sacred songs and 
hymns 
In Songs the children love to sing, 
p75-98 
Hynde Etin 

In Macleod's Book of ballad stories, 
p294-302 
Hynde Horn 

In' Grierson's Children's tales from 
Scottish ballads, p291-309 
Hypatia 

IVIorris, C: Hypatia the maiden philoso- 
pher 
/" Historical tales: Greek, p360-6 (7-8) 



I remember, I remember. Hood, T: 

In Bellamy and Goodwin's Open ses- 
ame, vl, p83-4 
Whittier's Child life, pl68-9 
I wandered lonely as a cloud. See Words- 
worth, W: Daffodils 
Iberville, Pierre Le Moyne d' 

JNIowry, W: A: and B. S. Pierre d'lber- 
ville 
In American pioneers, p94-102 (5-7) 

Ice 

Chamberlin, J. E. Winter harvest 
In Lane's Industries of to-day, p27-36 
Our country: East, p238-43 (4-6) 
Thompson, J. I\I. Ice and its formation 
/;/ Water wonders every child should 
know, pl69-97 (6-8) 
See also Ice boats; Icebergs; Glaciers 

Ice, Artificial 

Doubleday, R. How heat produces cold 
— artificial ice-making 
In Stories of inventors, p211-21 (7-8) 
Harris, T: C. In an ice factory 
In Lane's Industries of to-day, plll-18 
(5-6) 
See also Refrigeration 

Ice boats 

Adams, J. H: Ice-boats 
In Harper's outdoor book for boys, 
p249-60 (5-8) 
Beard, D. C. How to make the Tom 
Thumb ice-boat and larger craft 
In American boy's handy book, p281-5 
(5-7) 
Bond, A. R. 
In Scientific American boy, pl59-65 
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Ice boats — Conti)iited 

Dier, J. C, ed. Ice-motoring and ice- 
yachting 
In Book of winter sports, pl-51 (6-8) 
• Hubbard, J. H. How to make an ice-boat 
In Thompson's Boys' book of sports, 
p309-13 (6-7) 
Kelland, C. B., ed. How to build an ice 
boat 
In American boys' workshop, pl53-7 
(6-8) 
See also Boats and boating; Scooters 
Ice hockey 

Dier, J. C, ed. Ice hockey 
In Book of winter sports, pl09-24 (6-8) 
Ice queen. Ingersoll, E. 
Icebergs 

Dana, R: H:, jr. An iceberg 
In Arnold and Gilbert's Stepping stones 
to literature, v6, pl48-5l (6) 
Harvey, M. Home of the icebergs 
In Lane's Strange lands near home, 
pl27-34 (5-6) 
Hayes, I: I. What is an iceberg? 
In World's story, v8, p469-77 
Iceland 

Browne. J. R. Reykiavik, the capital of 
Iceland 
In Johonnot's Geographical reader, 
p222-5 (7-8) 
Iceland 

In World's story, v8, p3 17-407 
Kellogg, E. M. C. Pen picture of Ice- 
land; The capitol, the council and the 
people 
In Australia and the islands of the sea, 
pll2-36 (6-7) 
Leith, D. Iceland. 1908 (5-7) 
Taylor, B. Jon of Iceland 
In Boys of other countries. p47-125 
(4-6) 
See also Northmen 
Folklore 
Anderson, R. B., tr. Viking tales of the 

North 
French, A. Heroes of Iceland (5-7) 
See also Faroe islands; Northmen 

Icelandic literature 

French, A. Heroes of Iceland (5-7) 

Ideals 

Stories 

Foulke, E. E. 

In Braided straws. p66-70 (2-3) 

Idylls of the king. Tennyson, A. 
Igorotes 

Jenks, A. E. Ba-long-long, the Igorot 
boy (4-5) 

Iliad. See Homer 

Illumination of manuscripts and books 
Kelley, L. E. Illuminating 

In Three hundred things a bright girl 
can do, p350-4 (7-8) 
Stein, E. Gabriel and the hour book 
(4-6) 

Illustrated books. See Illustration of 
books; Picture books 



Illustration of books 

Adams, J. H: Bookbinding and extra- 
illustration 
In Harper's indoor book for boys, pl97- 
201 (5-8) 
See also Boutet de Monvel, L. M.; 
Brooke, L. L.; Caldecott, R.; Dulac, 
Edmund; Dunlap, Hope; Greenaway, 
Kate; Hammond, G. D.; Onfroy de 
Breville, J. M. G.; Parrish, Maxfield; 
Pedersen, V.; Rackham, Arthur; Rhead, 
Louis; Robinson, T:; Robinson, T. H.; 
Shaw, Byam; Smith, Jessie Willcox 

L'illustre dompteur. Gu'igou, P., and Vi- 

mar, A. 
Imlach, Gladys M. 

Storv of Columbus. (Children's heroes 
ser.) 1906 Dutton *50c (4-7) 

Immigrants 

Dunn, A. W: flaking of Americans 
In Community and the citizen, p36-46 

^6-8) 
Du Puy, W: A. Assimilating the immi- 
grant horde 
In Uncle Sam's modern miracles, p256- 
68 (8) 
IMarriott, C. Uncle Sam, immigrant 
In Uncle Sam's business, p91-6 (7-8) 

See also United States — Foreign pop- 
ulation 

Imprisoned midshipmen. Seawell, M. E. 
In African forest and jungle. Du Chaillu, 

P. B. 
In Arcady. Syrett, X. 

In Six fairy tale plays for children, pl53- 
66 
In chimney corners. MaclNIanus, S. . 
In circling camps. Altsheler, J. A. 
In colonial times. Freeman, M. E. W. 
In desert and wilderness. Sienkiewicz, H. 
In eastern wonderlands. Gibson, C. C. 
In field and pasture. Dutton, M. B. 
In freedom's cause. Henty, G: A.' 
In