A Small Book of Short Stories - The Best of Lucy Clifford
Publisher: Read & Co. Children's
This volume contains a brand-new collection of classic short stories for children written by Lucy Clifford (1846–1929). Clifford, also known under the pseudonym Mrs. W. K. Clifford, was an English journalist, novelist, and wife of notable philosopher and mathematician William Kingdon Clifford. Contents include: “On the Way to the Sun”, “For Money - For Love”, “The Sandy Cat”, “The New Mother”, “Writing a Book”, “Over the Porridge”, “Wooden Tony”, “In the Moonlight”, “Tommy”, “The Donkey on Wheels”, “The Boy and Little Great Lady”, “Good-Day, Gentle Folk”, and “Bibliography”. A timeless collection of classic children's stories that would make for perfect bedtime reading and is not to be missed by fans and collectors of Clifford's delightful work. Other works by this author include: “Mrs. Keith's Crime” (1885), “The Anyhow Stories, Moral and Otherwise” (1882), and “Aunt Anne” (1892). Read & Co. Children's is proudly republishing this brand new collection of classic children's short stories now for the enjoyment of a new generation of young readers.