The Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church chooses a book each year as his Lenten book, suggesting that it be used for weekly and daily devotions. The author of the 1942 choice is Dean Dun of the Episcopal Theological Seminary in Cambridge, Mass., a man noted for his sound theology and deep devotional experience. Dean Dun has the faculty of saying things clearly and impressing them upon his readers. His central argument is the need for a true religious outlook today. Notify all your Episcopalians, especially clergymen, and ask them to order at the reduced rate for ten copies. The market will be anyone looking for a general book on prayer, faith and the church.