Mummy's wheat is fun to eat
Hints about Planting. Philadelphia: American Sunday-School Union, ca. 1869.
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This tract urges children to hand out tracts to prospective converts like they would plant grain in the earth. The frontispiece uses the analogy of "useless" mummies, whose grains of wheat were stolen long ago by living people to produce a nutritious crop.