Remember the book about the plains of Hungary, Herdboy of Hungary? Here is another book against somewhat the same setting, and again there is the charm of the vigorous, dramatic, colorful background and life of the people of the open places. The ""good master"" is Jancsi's father, a kindly man who understands small boys and girls, and wins the confidence of headstrong Kate. The author was born in Budapest, and her exquisite illustrations carry the feel of the country of which she writes. One of the outstanding books this fall.