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The serial (like its predecessor in the timeslot, Anderson's Place) was 'written especially for children in country districts, who have little or no contact with religious life, and are designed to illustrate the beauty of the Christian code even to those with little or no formal knowledge of it.'
'Religious Programme for Children', Advocate, 14 August 1946, p.26.