A Bibliography of Children's Reading

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Teachers College, 1908 - 129 páginas
 

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Página 30 - But the impersonal reasons are — first, that the book is good and lovely, and true ; having the best description of a. noble child in it, (Winny,) that I ever read ; and nearly the best description of the next best thing — a noble dog...
Página 5 - A survey of the field brings the conviction that not the dearth, but the abundance, of reading matter begins to be the problem. The bookish boy has too much to read, and he may easily read too many things. To hurry through one book to another, and through that to the next, is not the way either to clear ideas, fixed ideals, or good habits. 1t is time for us to consider seriously how, out of the large choice offered, we can select at least a group of books that we can somehow induce or beguile a child...
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