en upon familiar terms. His close study of the ways of his animal friends is woven into an attractive narrative of the experiences of Uncle Ned Buckshaw and a group of young people while camping out in the Nova Scotia forest. Young readers will find it an intensely interesting book, from which they will derive a wide and sound knowledge of the habits of wild animals.
(Ready in April.)
SWIMMING By Edwin Tenney Brewster
With frontispiece photograph of Annette Kellerman and numerous diagrams. 16mo, $1.00 net. Postage extra.
For any one who wants to learn to swim, to swim better, or to teach some one else to swim, Mr. Brewster's little handbook will be of unique helpfulness. It is a compact and well-arranged manual, giving instructions so clearly and entertainingly that the reader, given the opportunity for practice, can scarcely fail to acquire the art of swimming in all its branches in a short space of time. A particularly useful section of the book is that which pr