The Eclectic First Reader for Young Children: Consisting of Progressive Lessons in Reading and Spelling, Mostly in Easy Words of One and Two Syllables

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Mott Media, 1982 - Education - 153 pages
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Republication of the 1830's McGuffey Readers. Most words are phonetically regular. A few have silent letters. The words get as hard as "would" and "stalked" and "engaged." Includes stories of children who want to please God and who love to learn.

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