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Page 129 - Children are bom Naturalists." Agassiz. " There's never a leaf or blade too mean To be some happy creature's palace.'* WRIGHT. James
Page 129 - T"'HEY are the first readers ever modeled wholly on the plan of making
Page vii - Board Reading Lessons " of the " Suggestive Lessons in Language and
Page iii - designed to furnish children with reading matter, supplementary to the work outlined in the manual entitled " Suggestive Lessons.
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