2 NOVEMBER 1907, Page 9

We have received new editions of old favourites, The King

of the Golden River, and other Stories, by John Ruskin and others (T. Nelson and Sons, is.), the other stories being Nathaniel Haw- thorne's "Golden Touch "; "Ten Pieces of Gold," Told by Mrs. Cmik ; and "The Golden Apples of Lough Eane."—Abridged and adapted for quite young readers are Alice's Adventures in Wonder- land, by Lewis Carroll (Macmillan and Co., ls. net), and The Water Babies, by Charles Kingsley, Adapted by Ella Thomson (Horace Marshall and Son, ls.)—The Enchanted Doll. By Mark Lemon. Illustrated by May Gladwin. (D. Nutt. is. net.)-- Last, but certainly not least, may be mentioned some of the charming work of one of the most skilful and pleasing of pencils, to be seen in the four parts of B. Caltlecott's Picture Book (F. Warne and Co., Is. net per part). Various nursery-rhymes are most humorously set forth by pictures.