Reading books, adapted to the requirements of the Revised code, ed. by A.R. Grant. Standard 1-6, Volumen1

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Alexander Ronald Grant
Strahan & Company, Publishers, 1870

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Página 62 - CHILD. TOYS and treats and pleasures pass Like a shadow in a glass, Like the smoke that mounts on high, Like a noonday's butterfly. Quick they come and quick they end, Like the money that I spend ; Some to-day, to-morrow more, Short, like those that went before. Mother, fold me to your knees ! How much should I care for these Little joys that come and go If you did not love me so ? Father, now my prayer is...
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Página 63 - Little joys that come and go If you did not love me so ? Father, now my prayer is said, Lay your hand upon my head ! Pleasures pass from day to day, But I know that love will stay. While I sleep it will be near ; I shall wake and find it here ; I shall feel it in the air, When I say my morning prayer. And when things are sad or wrong, Then I know that love is strong; When I ache, or when I weep, Then I know that love is deep. Love is old and love is new, You love me and I love you ; And the Lord...
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Página 4 - The reading lessons which we want, are compositions written expressly for the purpose, — suited to children without being childish, sensible without being dull, giving elementary knowledge in a form fitted to excite interest and curiosity ; introducing common-sense reasoning on the ordinary matters of life ; associating knowledge with every-day business, instead of leaving it in the cloudland, where it rests with most children — apart from interest or pleasure — and ever, whether expressly...
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