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Parental Happiness

Wouldn’t it warm your heart to see your child reading Rudyard Kipling’s “Toomai of the Elephants” or “Rikki-Tikki-Tavi,” Mark Twain’s “Tom Sawyer Abroad,” Louisa May Alcott’s “The Blind Lark,” Frances Hodgson Burnett’s “The Troubles of Queen Silver Bell,” Lewis Carroll’s “Bruno’s Revenge,” Thornton Burgess’s “Tommy and the Wishing Stone,” Jack London’s “In Yeddo Bay,” and other well-written fare for children? Of course it would. Well, those very stories, and some 70 more delightful tales, are found in the beautiful, lavishly illustrated hardcover editions of The National Review Treasury of Classic Children’s Literature (both the original edition and its wonderful sequel). These books are the perfect gift (especially for Christmas) for your children, grandchildren, and anyone else who will benefit from unsurpassed children’s literature (and who wouldn’t?). Order here.


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