By Frances Browne (1904). Original fairy tales with gentle morals told by a blind storyteller. It was the favorite childhood book of Frances Hodgson Burnett, author of ‘The Secret Garden’ and includes an introduction by her.
By David Starr Jordan (1900). An excellent address given to college students by the first president of Stanford University. He addresses two facts: “To be clean is to be strong” and “No one can secure happiness without earning it.” Thought provoking for young adults.