16 NOVEMBER 1907, Page 8

Tangerine : a Child's Letters from Morocco. Edited by T.

Ernest Waltham. (A. and C. Black. 3s. 6d.)—Thoso pages are exactly what w9 should expect from the sub-title,—impressions of Tangier such as a girl might put in her letters. The human interest is predominant, of course, and it is illustrated by some good photo- graphs of the Tangerines with the wonderful backgrounds of Moorish architecture. We get a distinct notion of the outlines of outdoor life, and children will bo able to imagine as much more. To them Tangerine ought to be a charming picture-book, and a gift-book with a somewhat unusual interest attaching to it.