1909 · New York
From the introduction by A. F. Schauffler: "In this book the gifted authoress has given fine examples of how a story may be made most interesting to children in Sunday-school or in the home." The volume is illustrated, and at rear are "Suggestions for Sunday-School teachers," etc.
Binding: Publisher's light blue-green cloth with dark teal lettering to front board and spine; cover stamp in dark teal and white of a woman with book in hand and two children at a window seat. Binding designed and signed by Victor Perard.
Provenance: Small pressure-stamp to front free endpaper reads, "Library of Samuel Page. Bound as above, spine faintly sunned; light rubbing to edges. Pressure-stamp to front free endpaper as above. => Lovely and clean. (Inventory #: 37736)