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The Western Journal of Education.

49

BOOKS WHICH ARE ON MANY

AND SHOULD BE ON EVERY COUNTY, SCHOOL LIBRARY LIST

Riverside Literature Series pieces from the writings carineu great Authors. America

published, containing master

and Great Britain. With Introductions, Biographical Sketches, Notes and Portraits. Adapted for use in all grades of schools, and for School Libraries. Regular singlo numbers, paper, 15 cents, net.

Books Free Riverside Literature Series in the Public Schools of Chicago, Ill

GRADE.

No. of Price in

R. L. S. Paper, 1. The Hiawatha Primer (cloth only)...........................

.........P The Riverside Primer and Reader

K

252 II & III. Stories from the Arabian Nights..........

117-118

30F Hans Andersen's Stories.....

49-50

30+ Longfellow's Hiawatha..

13-14

30+ Grimm's German Household Tales...

..........107-108

30 IV. Whittier's Child Lite in Poetry and Prose.

.70-71

30+ V. Hawthorne's Tanglewood Tales....

22-23

30+ VI. Longfellow's Courtship of Miles Standish

.2

15€* Longfellow's Paul Revere's Ride, and other Poems..

.11

151 Warner's A-Hunting of the Deer, and Other Papers.....

.37

15ef VII. Holmes's Grandmother's Story of Buuker Hill Battle, etc.

..6

151 Lowell's Under the Old Elm, etc.........

15

161 Burrough's Birds and Bees...

.28

151 VIII. Longfellow's Evangeline.....

.1

15** whi tier's Snow-Bound, Among the Hills, Songs of Labor, etc....................................

15* Hawthorne's Wonder Book, Part II....

18

15 ALSO BOUND IN CLOTH: *25 cents. Also in one volumne, 40 cents. Also in one volume, 2, 11, and 37. 50 cents; likewise 6, 28 and 1;1, 4, and 18. 230 cents.

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A HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES FOR SCHOOLS

MASTERPIECES OF BRITISH LITERATURE REVISED AND ENLARGED EDITION. BY JOHN FISKE. (A Companion Volume to Masterpieces of American WITH TOPICAL ANALYSIS. SUGGESTIVE QUESTIONS, AND

Literature.) From the writings of Ruskin, Macaulay, DIRECTIONS FOR TEACHERS.

Brown, Tennyson, Dickens, Wordsworth, Burns, Lamb, By FRANK ALPINE HILL., Litt.D., formerly Head

Coleridge, Byron, Cowper, Gray, Goldsmith, Addison Master of the Eaglish High School in Cambridge, and

and Steele, Milton and Bacon. With Biographical later of the Mechanic Arts High School in Boston. Crown

Sketches, Notes and Portraits. Crown 8vo, 480 pages, 890, half leather, small pica type, xxi+573 pages, $1.CO

$1.00, net. net

MASTERPIECES OF AMERICAN LITERATURE AND MAS. Fiske's History of the United States contains 235 illus.

TERPIECES OF BRITISH LITERATURE trations (including Maps not colored), 6 full-page colored are intended for classes in literature in High Schools Maps, and 2 double-page colored Maps.

and Academies and for use as Readers in the highest With an account by Mr. Fiske of Spanislı-American classes of Grammar Schools.

THE HIAWATHA PRIMER
JOHN FISKE'S CIVIL GOVERNMENT IN THE UNITED
STATES

BY MISS FLORENCE HOLBROOK

Principal of the Forestville School, Chicago. Considered with Some Reference to its Origins. With Questions on the Text by Frank A. Hill, formerly BASED ON LONGPELLOW'S SONG OF HIAWATHA, AND Head Master fthe English High School at Cambridge, DesiGnED FOR USE AS THE CHILD'S FIRST BOOK IN Mass.. and Bibliographical Notes by Mr. Fiske. Crown

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THE HIAWATHA PRIMER contains 139 pages of read. MASTERPIECES OF AMERICAN LITERATURE

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