awl Books and Guides are ly suited to the paperback ty of publication. light, easy .ndle (you can stuff them into pocket), and when you finish holiday you are not heartan by abandoning them. ur such paperbacks have tly come to hand.
ree of them are published by ord. price 5s. each. First. let's
n England for a change, `The sh Country House". by 1 Dutton. This is not purely .t, with notes, of Country es and in particular those to the public. It is rather an :dation in general terms. It d stimulate lots of visits in 'uture and there is a useful . "The Beauty of Britain" well as a companion volume. igst the twelve contributors ames of great writers of the ;h Countryside. Once more d with "Austria", by Monk mt. This book is not only a of information—"The IrishSt. Columba was hanged at stein as a suspected spy when me there as a pilgrim on his
o the Holy Land. But today illage hangs no-one" — but yle is such as to make it a ire to read.
oily Holidays are often a .m and especially when these ken away from the familiar of our own shores. "Family tys Abroad" (Hodder and iton, 3s. 6d.) is therefore welcome. John and Pamela e have done an excellent arents will find it very helpparticular Part I, which is f practical advice on cost, packing, meals, health.