by. This warm and tranquil account of a little girl’s not too desperate efforts to earn some money is for the fiveand six-year-olds rather than the very’ small. Sue Ann babysits, runs errands, and engages in other remunerative occupations. During the day she learns something about people, something about her mother, and something about herself. Mr. Doodle, by the same author, which appeared earlier this year, deals entirely with the education of a dog, a subject far more sympathetic to the younger crowd. Both books have our heartiest recommendations.