IN THE HOLLOW OF HIS HAND
In the Hollow of His Hand - A Story of the Stundists by Hesba Stretton.
A pathetic story, illustrating the sufferings endured for their faith by the Stundists. The main interest of the story centres in the description of the brave way in which the children share the sorrows and endure bravely the persecutions which fall upon their parents.—Religious Tract Society.
We should like to place a copy of this beautiful story in every Christian home in the land.—The Life of Faith (1905).
This book, which will be eagerly read by young folks, would do good service in a Sunday School Library.—The Methodist Recorder (1905).
The story is well told and interesting.—The Pall Mall Gazette (1905).