The Great Round World and What Is Going On In It, Vol. 1, No. 26, May 6, 1897 by Various


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GREAT ROUND WORLD,




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THE GREAT ROUND WORLD
NATURAL HISTORY
STORIES.

A Series of True Stories

BY
JULIA TRUITT BISHOP.

Attractively Illustrated by Barnes.

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These stories will be issued in parts. Price, 10 cents each. Subscription
price (12 numbers), $1.00. Part 1. issued as supplement to GREAT ROUND
WORLD. NO. 20.

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=Author's Preface.=

The stories published in this little volume have been issued
from time to time in the Philadelphia _Times_, and it is at the
request of many readers that they now greet the world in more
enduring form. They have been written as occasion suggested,
during several years; and they commemorate to me many of the
friends I have known and loved in the animal world. "Shep" and
"Dr. Jim," "Abdallah" and "Brownie," "Little Dryad" and
"Peek-a-Boo." I have been fast friends with every one, and have
watched them with such loving interest that I knew all their
ways and could almost read their thoughts. I send them on to
other lovers of dumb animals, hoping that the stories of these
friends of mine will carry pleasure to young and old.

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=WILLIAM BEVERLEY HARISON,=
=3 & 5 West 18th Street.=

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_We hope that_ ...

=TEACHERS=

will avail themselves of the special trial subscription rate of =$1 a
year= before the time expires.

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GREAT ROUND WORLD,

3 and 5 West 18th Street, . . . . . . New York City.

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A great deal is expected of the teachers in our public schools at the
present day in the way of keeping the pupils conversant with the political
and scientific questions of the day. While this is as it should be, we
believe that if parents would look well to the quality of reading-matter
placed before their children better results would be obtained from the
teachers' efforts in this line. THE GREAT ROUND WORLD, AND WHAT IS
GOING ON IN IT, is the name of a newspaper for children, and without
exception it is the finest one of its kind ever published. It comes in
magazine form, and is overflowing with interesting subjects written in
such a bright and yet simple manner that the whole household unwittingly
becomes interested in it.--_Omer, Mich., Progress, Jan. 8, 1897._

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