Entertainment and instruction in a fine package. When the Danube flooded, leaving thousands homeless, three Rumanian children were sent to the home of a benevolent doctor in Switzerland. They hear about the League of Nations and decide to go to Geneva and plead the cause of their desolate countrymen. How Marinka makes a speech in a plenary session of the League and the children from the International School give a world-wide broadcast makes good reading. The pace of the book is lively and pills of wisdom pleasantly sugar-coated.