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Página 62 - Jesus loves me, this I know, For the Bible tells me so . . ." And then there is such a thing as foul-weather friends.
Página 66 - THE NORTH WIND DOTH BLOW he north wind doth blow, And we shall have snow, And what will poor Robin do then, Poor thing? He'll sit in a barn, And keep himself warm, And hide his head under his wing, Poor thing.
Página 118 - There is a poetical simplicity and picturesqueness ; the noblest heroism ; unpretentious religion ; pure love, and the .spectacle of a household brought up in the fear of the Lord. . . . The whole story has an air of quaint antiquity similar to that which invests with a charm more easily felt than described the site of HOITY TOITY, THE GOOD LITTLE FELLOW.
Página 63 - Jesus loves me ! he will stay Close beside me all the way ; If I love him when I die, He will take me home on high.
Página 117 - The cleverest child we know assures us she has read this story through five times. Mr. Macdonald will, we are convinced, accept that verdict upon his little work as final." — Spectator. THE TRAVELLING MENAGERIE. By Charles Camden, Author of *
Página 122 - An exquisite selection, a selection which every lover of poetry will consult again and again with delight. The notes are very useful. . . . The volume is one for which English literature owes Mr. Dennis the heartiest thanks." — Spectator. " Mr. Dennis has shown great judgment in this selection.
Página 81 - There's a home for little children, Above the bright blue sky, Where Jesus reigns in glory, A home of peace and joy...
Página 81 - THERE'S a friend for little children Above the bright blue sky, A friend Who never changes, Whose love will never die...
Página 119 - These yarns give some very spirited and interesting descriptions of soldiering in various parts of the world." — Spectator. " Mr. MacKenna's former work, ' Plucky Fellows/ is already a general favourite, and those who read the stories of the Old Dragoon will find that he has still plenty of materials at hand for pleasant tales, and has lost none of his power in telling them well.