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User Review  - MrsLee - LibraryThing

I'm of mixed feelings about these as a teaching tool. They were a concise reference for several students of different ages, very basic stuff. We used them and my children are articulate young adults ... Read full review

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User Review  - lilygirl - LibraryThing

Four to eight new words are taught in each lesson, but there's not enough support to make it a stand-alone reader. Children will still require substantial help. Begins with "A cat and a rat", moves ... Read full review

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User Review  - the1butterfly - LibraryThing

This is a reproduction of the original. This phonics based beginning instruction book makes me wonder how kids learned how to read with it. A teacher would definitely have to explain the principles of ... Read full review

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As I read through this book, I realized what we have lost in the current education system. These books are so pure of heart and honest and clean. A truly refreshing read, an education without the political correctness that consumes our children's education today. God is written about as is kindness to animals and strong work ethics. In the sixth reader, I imagine this for 13-16 year olds, war is discussed and the works of Shakespeare and Longfellow. Do schools even teach these masterpieces?
These books were written before government's Godless intervention and indoctrination. It is tragic that we, as a Nation, allowed the them to educate our children. I know the loss is much greater than initially believed. Children always lose when the government gains control of and hacks away at their Life Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.
These are perfect for home schoolers. They were a joy to read but they made me sad for the loss our Country has suffered.

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