Sunday, July 06, 2008

In presenting to his little readers “The Book of Accidents,” the Author conceives he cannot render a more important service to the rising generation and to parents, than by furnishing them with an account of the accidents to which Children, from their inexperience or carelessness, are liable. If generally studied it will save the lives of thousands, and relieve many families from the long and unavailing misery attendant on such occurrences.

The Book of Accidents looks like a handy book that should be updated and forced reading for children.

(Found at Ectoplasmosis)