First Studies of Plant Life

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Ginn, 1901 - Botany - 266 pages
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Page 269 - By JH STICKNEY, assisted by RALPH HOFFMANN. For introduction, 60 cents. STRONG'S ALL THE YEAR ROUND. By FRANCES L. STRONG of the Teachers
Page 269 - BURT'S LITTLE NATURE STUDIES FOR LITTLE PEOPLE. From the Essays of JOHN BURROUGHS. Edited by MARY E. BURT. Volume I. A Primer and a First Reader. Volume II. A Second Reader and a Third Reader. Each, for introduction, 25 cents. BERGEN'S GLIMPSES AT THE PLANT WORLD. By FANNY D. BERGEN. For introduction, 50 cents. BALE'S LITTLE FLOWER PEOPLE. By GERTRUDE ELISABETH HALE. For introduction, 40 cents. GINN & COMPANY, Publishers, Boston. NewYork. Chicago. San Francisco.
Page viii - It suggeets that biographies from the plante themselves are to be rend by the pupils. In fact, this feature of "reading" the stories which plants have to tell forms the leading theme which runs through the book. By GEORGE LYMAN KITTREDGE, Professor of English in Harvard University, and SARAH LOUISE ARNOLD, Supervisor of Schools, Boeton. Book I., Lesson« iu Speaking, Reading, and Writing English.
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Page iv - First Studies of Plant Life By GFATKINSON and EM WOOD, izmo, cloth, 266 pages, 35. 6d. net. "FIRST STUDIES OF PLANT LIFE" brings the life processes of the plant within the reach of the child. In this book the plant stands before the child as a living being with needs like his own.
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Page 221 - ... surely is a little strange. Occasionally the author's outbursts are rather amusing. After telling the "life stories "of Ferns, Mosses and Mushrooms, he says : "Some will tell you that such interesting plants as the ferns, mosses and puff-balls are cryptogams, and that therefore you should not try to read the stories they have to tell. But why call them cryptogams ? That is a terrible word that ought to be blotted out of the English language. Why not call them plants, as they are ? They are just...
Page iv - Written with the view of bringing the life processes of the plant within the reach of the child. In this book the plant stands before the child as a living being with needs like his own.
Page 270 - Boards. 53 pages. Illustrated. For introduction, 25 cents. This book consists of a series of simple discussions of the more important methods by which seeds are dispersed. It is designed especially for use during autumn and winter. It is believed that the book will prove of decided value in the practical work of the schoolroom. GINN & COMPANY, Publishers, Boston. New York. Chicago. Atlanta. Dallas.

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