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This is a Fiction Story Book. The book describes that "A Court as of angels, A public not to be bribed, Not to be entreated, Not to be overawed"". such is the audience-in long clothes or short frocks, in pinafores or kilts, or in the brief trousers that bespeak the budding man-such is the crowing, laughing court, the toddling public that awaits these verses. Every home, large or small, poor or rich, that has a child in it, is a Pinafore Palace, and we have borrowed the phrase from one of childhood's most whimsical and devoted poets-laureate, thinking no other words would so well express our meaning.