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BOOKS FOR THE YOUNG,
OF ALL AGES,
SUITABLE FOR PRESENTS AND SCHOOL PRIZES.
ARRANGED ACCORDING TO PRICES,
FROM HALF-A-GUINEA TO FOURPENCE EACH.
GRIFFITH AND FARRAN,
(SUCCESSORS TO NEWBERY AND HARRIS),
WEST CORNER OF ST. PAUL'S CHURCHYARD, LONDON.
E. P. DUTTON AND CO., NEW YORK.
Cancelling all previous Editions of this Catalogue.
NEW BOOKS FOR THE YOUNG.
Two New Colour Books for Christmas, 1882. Wee Babies. With Original Designs in Colour. By Miss IDA WAUGH, and Verses by Miss AMY BLANCHARD. A beautiful quarto volume. Price 5s. The illustrations portray "Childlife" from the cradle up, and the descriptive verses by Miss Blanchard are written in her happiest style. The cover is a masterpiece of decora
tion, and no mother can see it without longing to become the possessor of so lovely a picture group of children's faces.
Fly Away Fairies and Baby Blossoms.
This elegant quarto volume, by Miss Clarkson, author of "Indian Summer," is exquisitely printed in
The drawings of Fairies and Flowers are fully in keeping with this great Artist's reputation.
Our Little Ones. Volume for 1882. Containing
Ditties for the Nursery. Newly arranged by UNCLE CHARLIE.
A new collection of all the old favourite Nursery Rhymes, fully and funnily illustrated.
Short Stories for Children about Animals.
In Words of One Syllable. Illustrated by HARRISON WEIR.
Two handsome Books in Illuminated Covers.
Fairy Gifts; or, a Wallet of Wonders. By KATHLEEN KNOX, author of "Father Time's Story Book." by KATE GREENAWAY. Boards, price Is.
Fairy Land; or, Recreation for the Rising Generation. By the late THOMAS and JANE HOOD, their Son and Daughter, &c. With illustrations by T. HOOD, jun. Boards, price Is.
St. Aubyn's Laddie. By E. C. PHILLIPS, Author of " Bunchy," &c. Illustrated by J. J. JELLICOE. Price 2s. 6d.
Dolly, Dear! By MARY E.
author of "Clement's Trial," &c.
A simple story of little girls.
GELLIE (M. E. B.),
Crown 8vo, illustrated.
doll, and the good work she did for her different owners.
The Adventures of the Pig Family. Oblong
quarto, with 16 full-page Illustrations.
An Account in a Verse, illustrated in black and white, of some sad Misfortunes that befell a highly
Price 2s. 6d.
respectable and well-behaved Family of Pigs. An amusing book for little folks.
Golden Curl, and other Fairy Tales. By A. E. A. Illustrated, Imperial 16mo. Price 3s. 6d.
A series of short Stories for children about Fairies, Children, and Animals.
The Looking Glass for the Mind: an Intellectual Mirror; being an elegant collection of the most delightful Stories and interesting Tales, chiefly translated from that much admired work "L'Ami des Enfans." A Reprint of the Edition of 1792; printed with the actual wood-blocks of the illustrations drawn and engraved for it by BEWICK, with a preface by CHARLES WELSH. Crown 8vo, in antique style, price 7s. 6d. A few copies will be printed on large hand-made paper, the cuts printed on China paper and mounted in the text, price 15s.
My Own Dolly. By AMY E. BLANCHARD, author of "Holly Berries," &c. With original illustrations in colour, by IDA WAUGH. Quarto, pictorial cover, price 3s. 6d.
The Belton Scholarship. Being_a_Chapter_from the History of George Denton's Life. By BERNARD HELDMANN, author of "Dorincourt," "Boxall School," &c. With 8 full-page illustrations, price 5s.
A story of School Life written in the best style of this well-known writer for toys.
Won from the Waves; or, the Story of Maiden May. By the late W. H. G. KINGSTON. With 16 full-page illustrations, Imperial 16mo, gilt edges, price 6s.
This is one of the most powerful of Mr. Kingston's stories, written many
years ago when he was at his best. It has never before appeared in book form