2 NOVEMBER 1907, Page 9

In the "Peeps at Many Lands Series" (A. and C.

Black, Is. 61. net per vol.) we have two volumes, Scotland, by Elizabeth Grier- son, and India, by John Finnemore. Both are well furnished with excellent illustrations, a speciality of the publishers, of which a very good use is here made. If a child had to choose, he might, we should guess, choose India. It would not be easy to beat the "Elephant" and the "Sikh Warrior." The letterpress in both volumes seems quite appropriate.