This has as its foundation Hecker and Trumpp's atlas and textbook on diseases of children, many of the original illustrations and a considerable part of the text having been utilized. It is more complete in its excellent illustrations than any similar work now available. Because of its limited size, the text is necessarily brief but concise. It can be recommended as a well written and conservative book on diseases of infants and children. Much of its value is to be credited to the pictorial matter.