Sunday Reading for the Young. (Wells Gardner, Darton, and Co.)—There
are good names among the writers and artists who contribute to the pages of this useful magazine. We may mention, as instances of the one, Mrs. L. T. Meade and Mrs. 3folesworth ; of the other, Messrs. Gordon Browne and A. G. Walker. We doubt, however, whether the illustrations, taken as a whole, are quite as good as we have sometimes seen them. But there is no doubt about the general merit of the magazine. Both as to quality and quantity, it holds its place well among many rivals.