Stories of Royal Children
Kessinger Publishing, 2004 M07 1 - 208 pages
1909. St. Nicholas was one of the first magazines for children. The magazine was composed of lively, well-written stories, poetry, and articles, aiming for the same high standards as the monthly which Scribners published for adults. Later, they took stories about a certain subject and reprinted them in a volume such as this one, Stories of Royal Children. Some of the articles contained in this volume include: Three Little Spanish Princesses by Isabel McDougall; The Baby's Cap by N. Hudson Moore; The Answer-What? by Anne H. Woodruff; The Seven Kings by William Hale; and others.
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