Like the others in this series, these little geography readers are small, brightly colored, beautifully illustrated and well printed for easy reading. But that is all that can be said in their favor. The writing is pedestrian and the material is just the same kind of colorless fact-recital we used to resist in the geography books of old. Nevertheless parents and teachers will buy them eagerly because in size and appearance they seem to offer a whole course in Latin America in ten easy lessons. Children will find them painless but dull. They ought to be good sellers at the price.