Granny’s Wonderful Chair by Frances Browne
Surprisingly good set of fairy tales.
The Sea Egg by L.M. Boston
Clearly L.M. Boston hoped to instill a love of the sea in young folks, because she attempted to capture in prose all of the varied moods of the sea. I love the ocean, and I could go on and on about it myself, but I found Boston’s descriptions tedious after a while. There wasn’t much of a plot and the action was limited. Overall the book is cute but not worth the time unless you’re specifically looking for an seaside/triton story.