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I am very glad to see this
reinforcement of Supplementary Read-
ing in our schools.

W. I. Harris, ,
U. S. Commissioner of Education.

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FABLES I have carefully examined the little volumes entitled “ Æsop's Great care is taken in revision of our sub

Fables," by Mara Pratt. I have used them with my own children scription lists, but, occasionally, a bill going

following the first reader. The books charmed the children and to the subscriber passes & remittance on its way to us. If you receive a bill within a week

through reading them they learned to love to read. after paying your subscription, whether to an agent or direct to us, you will please pardon

They can be profitably used as supplementary reading in second this unintentional and apparent error.

grade, and for that purpose I know of nothing else in book form equal In the case of foreign subscriptions, 25

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0. T. BRIGHT, Co. Supt. of Schools, Chicago. cost of postage.

Æsop's Fables. — (Large type edition.)

ÆSOP'S

Second Grade.
How TO STUDY SHAKESPEARE. Text by
William H. Fleming. Introduction by W. J.
Rolfe, Litt D. New York: Doubleday & McClure
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By M. HELEN BECKWITH.
The aim of this book is to make possible to Fully Illus. Bds., 30 cts.; Clo., 35 cts.
individoals and clubs, the intelligent and

“I have always believed in the appreciative study of Shakespeare's chief

adaptation of Greek and Roman myths plays. Mr. Fleming is one of the editors of the extaste for the best classic literature when

for young pupils. It tends to develop a baustive Bankside Shakespeare and a scholar

a child becomes more mature. When thoroughly familiar with the needs of clubs the phraseology of the myth is suited to and individuals. Mr. Fleming has been fortu. the young pupils, as in this book, there nate, also, in securing the co-operation of Dr. will be no trouble in making such books W. J. Rolfe, probably the best known of

popular and useful. American Shakespeare scholars, to help by bis

Supt. J. W. BABCOCK, advice and suggestions, and to write an intro.

Dunkirk, N. Y. duction to the bo k.

Children.

THE AMERICAN WOODs. Beautifully excib. ited by actual specimens in a novel and unique publication, by Romeyn B. Hough, B A., Lowville, N. Y.

The design of this work is to show in as compact and perfect a manner as possible the beauty and characteristic structure of the various timbers of our North American for. ests. For this purpose three thin slices-about two by five inches in size, and from one-eighti. eth to one two-bundreths inch thick-of each wcod are made, one transverse and two longi. tudinal (radial and tangential) to thế grain, showing both the heart and sapwood. These three exhibit the grain from all aspects, and, being so thin as to admit light through them, they reveal much that could not otherwise be seen, and that surprises even those who have spent a lifetime in wood.working, without ever hav. ing known how much there is that is wonderful and beautiful in the structure of word. They are exquisitely beautiful and instructive preparations.

By DOROTHY BROOKS. Large type. Illus.

Price, Boards, 30 cents; Cloth, 40 cents. It is both natural and fitting that the boys and girls of America should be interested and familiar with the legends that have woven so much of poetry and romance about the life of the Red men. And when these sanciful tales are presented as a part of the life history of the little Red children they touch the kindred love of the marvelous in the civilized children of to-day with a peculiar closeness. All barriers of race and centuries of time fade away and the red and white children clasp hands in joy and delight in their mutual love of Nature's wonder-tales. The author's well-known charm in story-telling has never shown better than in this little book. The style is smooth, flowing and beautiful. Wind, stars, rain, snow, rainbows and the whole phenomena of nature are woven into charming stories which will feed the imagination without injuring the children. The book is illustrated by twentythree striking pictures, vivid with Indian life and activities.

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STORY OF CÆSAR. By M. Clarke, author of
Large type Edition. Simple sentences. Fully Illustrated. Suit: Story of Troy,” “Story of Æneas." Cloth.

12mo, 173 pages. Price, 45 cents. New York, able for 2nd grade pupils.

Cincinnati and Chicago: American Book Co. Price, Boards, 30 cents; Cloth, 40 cents.

This book tells the story of one whom

Shakespeare called “the foremost man of all Water Babies.

the world." It relates, in a style at once at:

tractive and intelligible to young, and interEdited for YOUNGEST READERS by

esting to adult readers, all the important CORA R. WOODWARD.

events in the wonderful career of the famous Large type. Illustrated. Boards, 30 cents; Cloth, 40 cents.

Roman, who was at the same time illustrious as a warrior, orator, statesman, and historian. It also gives, by way of appropriate introduc. tion, a brief sketch of Rome before Cæsar's

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its system of government, and some of the great personages who figured in its earliest

history. A special feature of interest and 3rd Grade.

attraction is Shakespeare's story of the death of Cæsar, as given in his play, the greater part of which is reproduced by way of appendix to

the book, with ample explanations of the text By LEWIS CARROLL. With illustrations by TENNIEL.

to render it more intelligible to the young

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ions of eminent writers, both ancient and modern, on the life and character of Cæsar. These will enable the reader to acquire a view

ot Cæsar as presented by persons most com. Auce's

petent to form a correct judgment of his

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THE DOG OF FLANDERS. Edited for use in schools by Sara D. Jenkins, Editor of POPULAR

EDUCATOR, with illustrations froin Rubens and

(ARROLL other eminent artists. Cloth, Price, 40 cents. Vol. I. Illus. Boards. Price, 40 cents. Cloth, 50 cents.

Educational Publishing Company.

This beautiful little book will prove a valuaAs you wished to hear of our experience with the books published

ble contribution to the Little Classic series, by you, Æsop's Fables and Grimm's Fairy Tales, I write that Æsop

issued as supplementary readers by the Educa. is being read with great interest in my lowest grade September chil

tional Publishing Company. dren. Though the most difficult reading ever given that grade, they

Every school, home, and child should own a are making a fine success of reading it; their live interest in the

copy. In no other work of like aim is the matter putiing them through difficulties that would wholly stagger

language so pure, the style so faultless, the them but for such a stimulus. The Grimm is being read in my

word pictures so vivid, and the pathos so Second Grade (second year) with gratifying success.

deeply pathetic. It is a story of the short life C. L. HUNT, Supt. Schools, Clinton, Mass.

and sad death of a faithful Flemish dog, and

friendless child. In it we find all the good of 4th and 5th Grades.

the story “Black Beauty," as to treatment of animals, but the purpose is higher and finer, since the human interest in the orphan boy is so closely interwoven with the life of this poor dumb companion.

The words of the reviewer can do small

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feront, and leaves all readers resolved to love MARTHA'S

mercy and to deal justly with faithful animals CORNER

and destitute children.
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The whole book is "a word fitly spoken,"
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and should be "written on silver and framed Adopted by the Illinois Reading Circle.

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2nd Grade. (Continued.)

3rd Grade. (Continued.) 2. Æsop's Fables.-1. 89. Story of Longfellow.

69. Puss in Boots. 3. Æsop's Fables.- 2. 95. Stories of Revolution. I.

70. Story of Stephenson. Selections from Æsop:-1.

(Lexington and Concord.)

71. Story of Irving. 12. Selections from Æsop:-2. 96. Stories of Revolution. II.

98. Story of Boone. 73. Story of the Buds.

(British Driven from Boston.)

99. Pioneers of the West. 74. What Annie Saw. (Nature Stories.)

Stories of Revolution. 111.

100. Fremont and Kit Carson. 75. Roots and Stems.

(Battle of Long Island.

103. Stories and Rhymes of Woodland. I.

104. Stories and Rhymes of Woodland. II. 1st and 2nd Grades.

105. Stories and Rhymes of Birdland. I.

106. Stories and Rhymes of Birdland. II. 76. Some Bird Friends.

107. Stories and Rhymes of Flowerland. I. 77. Flower Friends. I.

108. Stories and Rhymes of Flowerland. II. 78. Flower Friends. II. 79. Flower Friends. III.

4th Grade. 87. Legends of the Springtime.

22. Hawthorne's Golden Touch.

23. Hawthorne's Three Golden Apples. 2nd Grade.

24. Hawthorne's Miraculous Pitcher. 9. Story of Bryant.

32. King of the Golden River. (Ruskin.) 25. Story of Columbus.

33. The Chimæra. (Hawthorne.) 26. Story of Israel Putnam.

34. Paradise of Children. (Hawthorne.) 27. Story of William Penn.

41. Evangeline. (Longfellow.) 28. Story of Washington.

83. Story of La Salle. 29. Story of Franklin.

84. The Minotaur. (Hawthorne.) 30. Story of Webster.

3rd Grade

85. The Pygmies. (Hawthorne.) 31. Story of Lincoln.

86. The Dragon's Teeth. (Hawthorne.) 35. Story of Lowell.

1. Grimm's Fairy Tales.-1.

90. De Soto. 42. Story of Whittier.

Grimm's Fairy Tales.--2.

91. Marquette. 43. Story of Cooper.

7. Little Red Riding Hood.

92. Audubon. 44. Story of Fulton.

8. Jack and the Bean Stalk.

93. : Great Stone Face. 45. Story of the Pilgrims.

13. Selections from Grimm.-1.

94. Snow Image. 46. Story of the Boston Tea Party.

14. Selections from Grimm.-2.

97. Jefferson. 48. Story of Eli Whitney.

Stories from Garden and Field.-I.

Nathan Hale. 60. Story of Edison.

2i. Stories from Garden and Field.—-2. 61. Story of Hawthorne. 36. Story of Tennyson.

TEN CENT CLASSICS. 63. Story of Louisa M. Alcott. 47. Rab and His Friends.

Gulliver's Travels. (Voyage to Lilliput.) 72. Story of Pocahontas. 62. Story of S. F. B. Morse.

Black Beauty 81. Story of Cyrus W. Field. 64. Story of James Watt.

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