Amy Le Feuvre Book Descriptions


Me and Nobbles by Amy Le Feuvre.


Miss Le Feuvre's new story reminds us of  "Probable Sons," and we should not wonder if it were quite as popular. The illustrations are particularly good.—The Record (1908).

It is a delightful story, full of goodlessons, but never goody goody—Bobby is too human for that!—The Yorkshire Observer (1908).

"Me and Nobbles" is the best thingits author has done since "Probable Sons," and it is safe to prophesy that it will be as popular as that delightful book.—The Christian World (1908).

A wholesome, natural story of a child who yearns to meet the father whom he does not remember.—RTS (1921).