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The Childrens' Tour; or, Everyday Sights in a Sunny Land

Author: M. A. Paull
Publisher: Nelson and Sons
Publish Date: 1886

A very fine book. Why should not the youngsters have books of travel as well as their seniors? The children go to Paris and thence by the Italian Lakes to Milan, Venice, Rome, and Naples. Our own memories are revived, and we sigh as we think of those blue skies which are in such celestial contrast to this saucepan with the lid on, in which we do not live and can hardly be said to move or have our being. In binding and other material circumstances, this is a book of first order, quite a luxurious affair.