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Page 4 - Tfae reading lessons which we want, are compositions written expressly for the purpose, — suited to children without being childish, sensible without being dull, giving elementary knowledge in a form fitted to excite interest and curiosity; introducing common-sense reasoning on the ordinary matters of life ; associating knowledge with every-day business, instead of leaving it in the cloudland, where it rests with most children — apart from interest or pleasure — and ever, whether expressly...
Page 4 - THE SCHOOL MANAGERS' SERIES or READING BOOKS. EDITED BY REV. AR GRANT, Sector of Hitcham, and Hon. Canon of Ely, and formerly HM's Inspector of Schools. ' The reading lessons which we want are compositions written expressly for the purpose— suited to children without being childish, sensible without being dull, giving elementary knowledge in a form...