By John Carroll.

WE had pleasure recently in noticing this very capable teacher's "Pattern Drawing and Design." The present volume, which is smaller, but contains many times more pages, gives, incidentally, similar patterns which relieve the monotony of endless diagrams of mere geometrical figures. It covers all that the designer and artist need know of geometry, and problems and solutions are presented in as lucid and interesting a way as possible, which is a great improvement on the usual forbidding manner of those text-books which make the subject positively hateful to one who has no bent for mathematics. (London: Burns & Oates, Ltd., Orchard Street. Price 1s. 6d.)