Sites. Mook: True Tales About a Chinese Boy and His Friends (1918)
Sites. Mook: True Tales About a Chinese Boy and His Friends (1918)
Sites. Mook: True Tales About a Chinese Boy and His Friends (1918)
Sites. Mook: True Tales About a Chinese Boy and His Friends (1918)

Sites. Mook: True Tales About a Chinese Boy and His Friends (1918)

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Sites, Evelyn Worthley; McMurry, Frank M. [introduction]. Mook: True Tales About a Chinese Boy and His Friends. West Medford, Mass.: The Central Committee on the United Study of Foreign Missions, 1918. First Edition. [7620]

Cream cloth decorated in blue & black, 5 x 7 1/2 inches, no dust jacket. 130 (1) clean and unmarked pp. There are over 50 illustrations from photographs. Very good. Hardcover.

Evelyn Worthley Sites (1873-1972), b. Brunswick, Maine; d. New York City. She and her husband Clement were missionaries in the Foochow vicinity of China during the first decade of the 20th century.

Told in story form for children, this book presents the true account of Mook and his friends, their natural Chinese ways and beliefs, and the interaction of Christian missionaries with the Chinese children.