Excerpt from Stead's Review, Vol. 48: August 18th, 1917
The World's Story is a great storehouse of entertainment. It is also an education in in geography. An education in literature, and in art.
It is a library in itself - a work of reference, a guide to reading, an ... inspiration to the is a work which no family can afford to be without. It is the most human, the mos contribution to human knowledge and pleasure ever published.
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