The Booklist, Volume 17

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American Library Association., 1921 - Best books
 

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Page 127 - Business education In secondary schools. A report of the Commission on the reorganization of secondary education, appointed by the National education association.
Page 230 - Every secondary school should have a trained librarian, and every elementary school should have trained library service. 3. Trained librarians should have the same status as teachers or heads of departments of equal training and experience. 4. Every school that provides training for teachers should require a course in the use of books and libraries and a course on the best literature for children. 5. Every State should provide for the supervision of school libraries and for the certification of school...
Page 321 - Instruction in the use of books and libraries, by Lucy E. Fay and Anne T. Eaton (Useful reference series) 2d ed.
Page 284 - ... take whether here among our New Hampshire hills or in the mighty Rockies of which Mr. Curwood writes. The series of books issued under the auspices of the Red Cross to inform the American people as to what their dollars did over seas when spent by the Red Cross organization is concluded with a volume, "American Red Cross Work Among the French People," by Fisher Ames, Jr., published by Macmillan, New York.
Page 290 - Nos. 1 and 2, 3 and 4, 5 and 6, 7 and 8, 9 and 10, 11 and 12.
Page 258 - Above all I am not concerned with Poetry. My subject is War, and the pity of War. The Poetry is in the pity.
Page 127 - Timber depletion and the answer. A summary of the report on timber depletion and related subjects prepared In response to Senate Resolution 311.
Page 307 - The technical examination of crude petroleum, petroleum products and natural gas, by William Allen Hamor and Fred Warde Padgett (Mellon institute technochemical series) NYMcGraw-Hill,1920.
Page 82 - Labor in the war — The labor movement in the United States— Labor and the law — Social and economic conditions— The international socialist, labor and co-operative movement — The socialist movement in the United States; and an appendix adds summaries of the League of nations labor conference — AF of L.
Page 313 - Glimpses of Bengal, selected from the letters of Sir Rabindranath Tagore, 1885 to 1895.

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