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SCHOOL CLASSICS FOR PRIMARY GRADES EIGHT CENTS EACH, POSTPAID-SIXTY

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Your Pupils Soon Tire of a Book Constantly in Hand

To read well one must read widely. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the lower grades. Long before the basic reader is finished many other simple books should be read. A book constantly in hand soon loses interest, while another, with practically the same vocabulary, brings fresh ideas and is vigorously attacked by the busy inquisitive little minds.

Get a supply of Famous School Classics and give your classes the benefit of frequent change of books. The cost is slight. Bright and interesting, every one.

COMPLETE GRADED LIST OF SCHOOL CLASSICS FOR PRIMARY GRADES FIRST GRADE 185. ROBINSON CRUSOE. Part I.

42. STORY OF WHITTIER, WITH RHYMES 186. ROBINSON CRUSOE. PART II.

FOR LITTLE FOLKS.
2. Esop's FABLES. PART I.
187. ROBINSON CRUSOE. PART III.

Portrait and illustrations.
Edited by MARA L. PRATT.
188. ROBINSON CRUSOE. PART IV.

45. STORY OF THE PILGRIMS. Illustrated. Large type. Blackboard words. Fox and the Lion, Fox and the Grapes, Cock-a-Doodle plified as to catch the interest and the under

These four parts relate in a form so sim- 46. STORY OF THE BOSTON TEA PARTY. and the Piece of Gold, Wolf and Goat, The

60. STORY OF EDISON AND SKETCH OF Lazy Grasshoppers, The Wolf and the Crane, standing of all second grade pupils. Kid and Wolf, Fox and Crow, The Stag at Each number fully illustrated.

LAWRENCE COSTER, INVENTOR OF the Lake. Illustrations.

PRINTING. 189. CHILDREN OF HISTORY. I. 3. Esop's FABLES. PART II.

Story of the Life of Washington, Franklin,

61. STORY OF HIAWATHA. Portrait. The Hawk and the Nightingale, Snake's Fulton, S. F. B. Morse, Eli Whitney, all told 68. STORY OF THE NORSEMEN. Illustrated. Eggs, Fox and Crab, The Ant and Dove, in fireside language, simple and familiar. Dog and His Shadow, Cat and the Birds,

69. PUSS-IN-Boots. 190. CHILDREN OF HISTORY. II. Fox in the Well, the Fox and Stork, and other

Amazing to children, and with_real uplift chapters.

Portraits. Story of Irving, Cooper, Audu- in its golden sequel. Illustrated.

bon, Webster, Emerson, Bryant, in the style 73. THE STORY OF THE BUDs. Nature made so enjoyable to children by Miss Chase.

72. STORY OF POCAHONTAS. Stories. Autobiographical. Illustrated. 196. LEGENDS OF THE SPRING-TIME. · II.

Three Portraits and old Print reproductions. 74. WHAT ANNIE Saw.

95. STORIES OF AMERICAN REVOLUTION. T. Stories from Nature.

THIRD GRADE

Lexington and Concord, Bunker Hill. 77. FLOWER FRIENDS. PART I.

1. GRIMM's FAIRY TALES. I. Pleasant, instructive talks, with ethical

96. STORIES OF AMERICAN REVOLUTION. II.

4. GRIMM'S FAIRY TALES. II. value, about some of our flower friends.

The British Driven from Boston. Sketch Illustrated.

20. STORIES FROM GARDEN AND FIELD. I. Maps and Illustrations.
Thirty-six pages of wide-awake stories of

101. STORIES OF REVOLUTION. III. SECOND GRADE

plant life. Illustrated. 7. LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD - JACK-O' 21. STORIES FROM GARDEN AND FIELD. II. 120. LIBERTY BELL — THE BELL THAT RANG LANTERNS AND OLD OAK TREE's Illustrated.

OUT OUR INDEPENDENCE. Ilustrated. CHRISTMAS DREAM. Illustrated.

A second sheaf of plant stories. 8. JACK AND THE BEANSTALK. 25. STORY OF COLUMBUS. Illustrated.

FOURTH GRADE Capitally told with some variations that

26. STORY OF GENERAL ISRAEL PUTNAM. hold children deeply intent. Illustrated.

22. HAWTHORNE'S GOLDEN TOUCH. Sketch maps. Illustrated. 75. BUDS, ROOTS AND STEMS:

82. STORY OF HOLMES. 27. STORY OF WILLIAM PENN. A Nature Reader that yields in simple form

Two Characteristic Poems. Portrait. much curious information about buds, stems 28. STORY OF WASHINGTON.

89. STORY OF LONGFELLOW. and roots. Illustrated.

Illustrated. Patriotic Songs with music.

91. STORY OF MARQUETTE. 176. SOME BIRD FRIENDS.

29. STORY OF BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Por

trait. 78. FLOWER FRIENDS. PART II.

98. STORY OF BOONE. 30. STORY OF DANIEL WEBSTER AND SOME here in simple phrase.

Daniel Boone, everybody's favorite, pictured 79. FLOWER FRIENDS. PART III. Illustrated. Both 78 and 79 continue the

BOYS AND GIRLS OF THE REVOLU

TION. Portrait. stories of Our Flower Friends begun so attrac

99. PIONEERS OF THE WEST. tively in No. 77, Part I, of the First Grade. 31. STORY OF LINCOLN. Illustrated. How Lewis and Clark found the Columbia 87. LEGENDS OF THE SPRING-TIME

River. Two maps and full-page illustrations. 35. STORY LOWELL. With memory

Gems. Two fine folk stories, adapted cleverly to the

100. FREMONT AND KIT CARSON. Second Grade. They are Sleeping Beauty, 36. STORY OF TENNYSON. With six poems. Explorations teeming with thrilling advenand Siegfried and Brunhilde.

Portrait.

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