Headland, Isaac Taylor. The Young China Hunters: A Trip to China by a Class of Juniors in 1912. West Medford, Mass.: The Central Committee on the United Study of Missions, 1912. 
Blue cloth, black titles & illustration of Chinese children flying kites on front, x 8 3/4 inches, 85 pp., illustrated with b/w photos, near fine. Near fine. Hardcover.
A book written to educate older children on the culture, religion, and ways of Chinese children. It is in conversational form, and present facts in an easy to understand manner. Each chapter ends with questions for discussion.
Isaac Taylor Headland (1859-1942), b. Freedom, Pennsylvania; d. Alliance, Ohio. Educated at Mount Union College (Ohio) and at the Boston University School of Theology, Headland was ordained in 1890 and sent to China as a missionary under the auspices of the American Methodist Episcopal Mission.
"He was posted in Beijing and served as professor of science at Peking University (1890-1907) and as president of the Anglo-Chinese College in Fuzhou (1901-14)...After his return to the United States, Headland taught comparative religion at Mount Union College (1914-37)...He also published numerous articles and books illustrated with photographs of China." - National Museum of Asian Art, Smithsonian, online. Headland was a collector of Chinese art.