Little T.'s 'Tories for Other Little Ones. By J. Fayle.
(Dean and Son.)—Many children have a great passion for rhyme, and "Little T.," the young person for whom these rhymes were written, is one of them. It must not be supposed that anything will satisfy them. The children demand with a rigour which their elders sometimes lack that the verses should rhyme, and, with a certain license allowed, also scan. These verses are decidedly good of their kind, simple and correct, and always enforcing a good moral.—From the same pub- lishers we also receive Memoirs of a Cat, by Lady Herbert, other similar stories being included in the same volume.