Ways of Wood Folk

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Page 40 - What man of you having an hundred sheep, if he lose one of them, doth not leave the ninety and nine in the wilderness, and go after that which is lost, until he find it ? And when he hath found it, he layeth it on his shoulders, rejoicing.
Page 214 - The book shows how people live in the various parts of the world, what their manners and customs are, what the products of each section are and how they are interchanged. " Each and All" continues the story of " Seven Little Sisters," and tells more of the peculiarities of the various races, especially in relation to childhood.
Page 211 - Boards. 142 pages. Fully illustrated. 30 cents. BIRD WORLD. A Bird Book for Children. With color pictures. By JH STICKNEY, assisted by RALPH HoFFMANN. Sq. I2mo. Cloth. 214 pages. Illustrated. 60 cents. SEED AND HARVEST. By SE BRASSIL and JH STICKNEY.
Page 210 - For introduction, 30 cents. 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. Boards. 106 pages. Illustrated.
Page 214 - Stories Mother Nature Told " some of her most precious secrets. She tells about the amber, about the dragon-fly and its wonderful history, about water-lilies, how the Indian corn grows, what queer pranks the Frost Giants indulge in, about coral, and starfish, and coal mines, and many other things in which children take delight. In " Ten Boys " the History of the World is summarized in the stories of Kabla the Aryan boy, Darius the Persian boy, Cleon the Greek boy, Horatius the Roman boy, Wulf the...
Page 207 - Choice Literature; Judicious Notes; Large Type; Firm Binding; Low Prices. For the prices and bibliography of these books, see our High School and College Catalogue. Aesop's Fables. Andersen's Fairy Tales. First Series. Andersen's Fairy Tales. Second Series. Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress.
Page 211 - Cloth. 214 pages. Illustrated. 60 cents. SEED AND HARVEST. By SE BRASSIL and JH STICKNEY. [/ preparation. The Study and Story Nature Readers are readers in form and appearance, but have a wider aim in being well-chosen points of departure through conversational lessons — opportunities for observational work. Earth and Sky, No. I, the first book of the series in grade, is a little reader which embraces a wide range of topics. Pets and Companions, the second book of the series in grade, is a little...
Page 211 - No. Ill, is planned for the third and fourth grades. In this book more attention is given to the aspects of the sky than was practicable in the earlier books. PETS AND COMPANIONS, the second book of the series in grade, is a reader of stories and easy studies. Its subjects are such familiar animals as are best calculated to inspire sympathy and affection. BIRD WORLD tells of the habits, the homes, the songs, and the...
Page 210 - By CLARENCE M. WEED, Professor of Zoology and Entomology in the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts. For introduction, 25 cents. MURTFELDT AND WEED'S STORIES OF INSECT LIFE. (Second Series.) By MARY E. MURTFELDT and CLARENCE MOORES WEED. For introduction, 30 cents. WEED'S SEED-TRAVELLERS. By CLARENCE M. WEED. For introduction, 25 cents.
Page 210 - READERS. By JH STICKNEY, author of the Stickney Readers. Earth and Sky. A First Grade Nature Reader and Text-Book. For introduction, 30 cents. Pets and Companions. For primary grades. For introduction, 30 cents. Bird World. A Bird Book for Children. By JH STICKNEY, assisted by RALPH HOFFMANN. For introduction, 60 cents. STRONG'S ALL THE YEAR ROUND. By FEANCES L. STEONG of the Teachers

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