THROUGH A NEEDLE'S EYE

Through A Needle's Eye by Hesba Stretton.

Reviews:

Tells in a pleasant manner the development of a man's character by misfortune and religious emotions. It has an interesting plot of incidents of clerical life in an English village, and one's attention is held throughout.—Religious Tract Society (1908).

The book deserves to find a place in every home.—The Methodist Sunday School Record (1908).

There is some excellent character drawing in this story, which is well worth reading.—The School Guardian (1908).

There it a thoroughly wholesome tone about "Through a Needle's Eye," and we are sure it will be popular.—The Record (1908).

It tells in pleasantly written and graceful chapters of the development of a man's character by misfortune and religious emotions. It has an interesting plot of incidents of clerical life in an English village, and has many sympathetic studies of girl character.—Scotsman.