Amy Le Feuvre Book Descriptions
Two Tramps by Amy Le Feuvre.
A healthy, bright tittle book, in which big uncle and little nephew, both brain-tired, tramp through a delightful part of rural England, getting strength in lung and limb, and learning wonderful lessons from nature and nature's God.—The Sunday School Journal, Vol 36 (1904).
A little English boy, who has studied too hard, and his uncle, an overworked London barrister, take a holiday tramp together through the Devonshire country. Rollo is an attractive little fellow, though at times he becomes tiresome because of precocious piety—a family characteristic which in the uncle takes the form of dealing out tracts right and left as they go. Theirs is a congenial companionship, and their quiet adventures are pleasantly told.—The Outlook, Vol 75 (1903).