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Child Stories from the Masters

By: Menefee, Maud

...great wheels of the mills went round and round. It seemed to the very little children that they never, never stopped, but went on turning and singing,... ...en he heard the busy song. Everyone was proud of the mills in Asola, and the children most of all. The very little ones would go to the lowest windows... ...ed, if ever they would grow wise enough to help make silk. 1 2 Pippa. Those children who were older wound thread on the bobbins, or helped at the loo... ... it so strong and clear that it set the whole air 1 4 Pippa. a-singing. The children in the street began dancing and laughing as he played; the old l... ...ds, but the fathers earned the living by doing remarkable things. The little children played in the wagons, and the mothers cooked the meals over the ... ..., when they passed down the streets between the rows of thatched houses with children playing in the yards, it all seemed to them something very beaut... ...ands, 20 Mignon. often stood a long, long time looking through the fence at children who had real holly- hocks in their yards, besides a little green... ...at deal of clapping and calling from the people. And this was partly for the children, who had such round, pleasant faces, and ran away just as soon a... ...n to the doors and windows, and streamed 22 Mignon. out of the inn; and the children ran after the wagon, looking at them with the greatest wonder. W...

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Children's Literature; A Textbook of Sources for Teachers and Teacher-Training Classes

By: Curry, Charles Madison, 1869-1944; Clippinger, Erle Elsworth, 1875

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: CHILDREN'S LITERATURE Author: CHARLES MADISON CURRY Language: English Su... ...... ...m and independent of the art of writing stories, and to pass on their art to children and to children's children. ' They abide in a realm of their own... ...rom that world of pro- fessional authors and their milk-and-water books "for children." C. B. TINKER, "In Praise of Nursery Lore," The Unpopular Revie... ..."In Praise of Nursery Lore," The Unpopular Review, October- December, 1916. CHILDREN'S LITERATURE A TEXTBOOK OF SOURCES FOR TEACHERS AND TEACHER- TRA... ...ION General Bibliography The Preface General Introduction 1 . Literature for Children . 2. Literature in the Grades. 3. Story-Telling and Dramatizatio... .... A Story of the Springtime . . 306 NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE 256. The Paradise of Children . . 309 257. The Miraculous Pitcher . . 319 R. E. FRANCILLON 258... ... Think . 281. The Leak in the Dike ROBERT Louis STEVENSON 282. Whole Duty of Children . 283. The Cow . . - -- 284. Time to Rise. < . . . 285. Rain 286... ...ENERAL INTRODUCTION SELECTED GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHY I. GENERAL COLLECTIONS OF CHILDREN'S LITERATURE Tappan, Eva March, The Children's Hour. 10 vols. Ne...

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Catalogue of Books in the Children's Department of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh

By: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh

.... CRAVER Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org THE CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT Title: CATALOGUE OF BOOKS IN THE CHILDREN'S DE... ...... ...reface This catalogue of 2,500 books has been compiled primarily to help the children who use the Carnegie Library of Pitts- burgh. It is hoped, howev... ...h. It is hoped, however, that it will serve also as a select bibliography of children's reading for the use of mothers, teachers and librarians. The c... ...rians. The catalogue is the joint work of the Catalogue depart- ment and the Children's department of the Library, the selec- tion having been made by... .... The selection is based on ten years' conscientious study of literature for children and observation of the use of books by the children who frequent... ...of books by the children who frequent the various agencies of this Li- brary children's rooms, home libraries, school-room collec- tions and deposit s... ...re revised by specialists in these lines. The annotations are for the use of children. Best reading is indicated by an asterisk, exception being made ... ...ry has been unable so far to procure books which are considered suitable for children on these subjects. The headings selected are those which will be...

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Catalogue of Books in the Children's Department of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh

By: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org THE CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT, VOL. II Title: CATALOGUE OF BOOKS IN THE CHIL... ...... ...handy boys, 9.297-326 j 790 Hi6h Hall. The handy boy, p.265-295 j 790 Hi6ha CHILDREN'S BOOKS SUBJECT INDEX 7 Aeroplanes continued. Holland. Historic ... ...w other people live, p.38-47 qj 910 625 Carpenter. Around the world with the children, p.22-40, 93-103 j 910 C22a Shaw. Big people and little people o... ...ors, p.145-168 j 920 G38 Mabie. Men who have risen, p.1-27 j 920 Mil Wright. Children's stories of the great scientists, p.26i- 300. j 925 W93 Agesila... ...great scientists, p.26i- 300. j 925 W93 Agesilaus II, king of Sparta. Gould. Children's Plutarch; tales of the Greeks, p.66-73-J 920 P72zg Plutarch. B... ...152-158 j 920 P?2 Plutarch. Our young folks' Plutarch, p.158-166 j 920 P72O CHILDREN'S BOOKS SUBJECT INDEX g Agincourt, Battle of, 1415. Wood. Boy's ... ...od. Boy's book of battles, p.51-61 j 904 W8s Agis IV, king of Sparta. Gould. Children's Plutarch; tales of the Greeks, p.73-80. j 920 ?72zg Plutarch. ... ...Church. Pictures from Greek life and story, 9.262-274. . . .j 938 C46 Gould. Children's Plutarch; tales of the Greeks, 9.51- 59 J 920 ?72zg Haaren & P...

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Catalogue of Books in the Children's Department of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh

By: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh

...H. LEETE Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org THE CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT, VOL. I Title: CATAKOGUA OF BOOKS IN THE CHILD... ...... ... the most part are addressed to boys and girls. Some of the books for little children are annotated from the standpoint of the adult reader. The headi... ...n the subject index are those in use in the dictionary card catalogue in the children's rooms of the Car- negie Library of Pittsburgh. Single poems an... ...necessarily indicate that material on a given subject cannot be found in the children's book collection. Call numbers of books have been given in the ... ... found especially useful in work with some of the boys and girls who use the children's rooms, are duplicated in the children's collections and are th... ...d picture books have been omitted ; also lists and indexes chiefly of use to children's librarians. Some out of print books which this library owns in... ...ion of the work being under the immediate supervision of the cata- loguer of children's books. It is published in two volumes. Volume one contains the... ...e scene is a glen in the White mountains and a French Canadian boy, whom the children always call Beechnut, is one of the chief characters. Abbott, Ja...

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Catalogue of Books, Annotated and Arranged, And Provided by the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh for the Use of the First Eight Grades in the Pittsburgh Schools

By: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh

...nd good fiction to be used in the school room and sent into the homes of the children. It is hoped that the annotations, which are made chiefly for th... ...fly for the teachers and from their standpoint, may help them in guiding the children in their choice of books, and in fitting the right book to the r... ...d by a supervisor of work with schools and forms a bureau or division of the Children's department of the Library. The supervisor visits the schools, ... ...ooks are used by the teachers in their class-rooms and loaned by them to the children for home reading. A full record of the class-room use made of th... ...ollection. The following table shows the home circulation of books loaned to children through the schools for the past nine years : Year Circulation 1... ...ren's Reading Room, there is in preparation a separate study room for school children, which is to be furnished with maps, globes, atlases and referen... ... toward which this catalogue is one step, namely placing in the hands of the children in our schools the best books only. Anderson H. Hopkins, j Novem... ...rmanent ally in every department of school work. This catalogue of books for children is especi- ally appreciated by the school workers because it ind... ...s. Samuel Andrews, City Superintendent of Schools. 8 Grade i Average age of children in Grade i, seven years Picture Books Adelborg, Ottilia. Clean P...

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The Children's Book

By: Burnett, Frances Hodgson, 1849-1924; Burnett, Vivian; Birdsall, Katharine Newhold, 1877

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE CHILDREN'S BOOK Author: FRANCES HODGSON BURNETT Language: English Subjec... ... 1915, BY CUPPLES & LEON COMPAWY All Right RtJtrveJ Printed in U. S. A. THE CHILDREN'S BOOK THE BABY'S SECRET OH ! stupid grown-up people who think ... ...I FRANCES HODGSON BURNETT. By ELIZABETH C. WEBB TCE there were thirty-seven children who thought they would like to have a Fourth of July picnic. The... ...ike to have a Fourth of July picnic. The reason there were only thirty-seven children was be- cause that was all the children there were in Brookville... ...noisy, bangy things for the Fourth. And on the third, all those thirty-seven children packed their lunch baskets for the picnic, and went to bed so ex... ...ht and early the next morning Wil- lie Pepper he was one of the thirty-seven children woke up, popped into his clothes, and ran down to the floor belo... ...the spelling class ; that was the awfully rainy day when there were only two children in the class. He seized the newspaper and tore over to Billy Bin... ...paper and tore over to Billy Binks' house he was another of the thirty-seven children as fast as he could. Half-way there he met Billy Binks run- ning... ...ink of anything else to say. Just then they saw another of the thirty- seven children running toward them. " All the lunch baskets are gone! " she cri...

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Something to read, for boys and girls.

By: Brookline Public Library; Stanley, Harriet Howard
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The Best in Children's Books; The University of Chicago Guide to Children's Literature, 1966-1972

By: Sutherland, Zena, Comp
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Reading for the Young. A Classified and Annotated Catalogue with an Alphabetical Author-Index

By: Sargent, John Frederick, 1863-1887
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Our Young Folks

By: Trowbridge, J. T. (John Townsend), 1827-1916; Larcom, Lucy, 1824-1893; Hamilton, Gail, 1833-1896
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One thousand books for children

By: Coussens, Penrhyn Wingfield, B. 1873
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The Best in Children's Books; The University of Chicago Guide to Children's Literature, 1966-1972 : Volume 1

By: Sutherland, Zena, Comp

...Book digitized from the library of the University of California.; Book reviews were previously published in the Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books....

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Journeys through Bookland : A New and Original Plan for Reading Applied to the World's Best Literature for Children : Vol. 10

By: Sylvester, Charles Herbert

...W AND ORIGINAL PLAN FOR READING APPLIED TO THE WORLD'S BEST LITERATURE FOR CHILDREN BY CHARLES H. SYLVESTER Author of English and American Literature ... ...e VOLUME TEN—THE GUIDE New Edition For parents, teachers, and all who have children under their charge; for adults who wish to renew their acquaintanc... ...tone George MacDonald CHAPTER I Introduction VERYONP^ who associates with children becomes deeply interested in them. Their helplessness during their... ...rein teacher, par- ent and every other person interested in the welfare of children and youth may meet and work together in the noblest cause God ever... ...gave us the grace to see. "I have a notion," said Benjamin Harrison, "that children are about the only people we can do anything for. When we get to b... ...sy and a delightful task. How many parents do it? Let them live with their children in the realm the little ones love. Let them read the fairy tales, ... ...on at home can spend each week a few hours in reading and talking with the children about what has been read he will be sur- prised to find how lightl... ...to interest and delight. Let him have no hesitation in joining in with the children, in meet- ing them on their level and in sharing thought and feeli... ...expects to exert his greatest influence upon his unknown friends among the children. The third group consists of the masterpieces which lend interest ...

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The Best in Children's Books; The University of Chicago Guide to Children's Literature, 1966-1972

By: Sutherland, Zena, Comp

...Book digitized from the library of the University of California.; Book reviews were previously published in the Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books....

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The Best in Children's Books; The University of Chicago Guide to Children's Literature, 1966-1972 : Volume 3

By: Sutherland, Zena, Comp

...Book digitized from the library of the University of California.; Book reviews were previously published in the Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books....

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The Best in Children's Books; The University of Chicago Guide to Children's Literature, 1966-1972 : Volume 3

By: Sutherland, Zena, Comp

...Book digitized from the library of the University of California.; Book reviews were previously published in the Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books....

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Journeys through Bookland : A New and Original Plan for Reading Applied to the World's Best Literature for Children : Vol. 8

By: Sylvester, Charles Herbert

...W AND ORIGINAL PLAN FOR READING APPLIED TO THE WORLD'S BEST LITERATURE FOR CHILDREN BY CHARLES H. SYLVESTER Author of English and American Literature ... ...e Cotter's Saturday Night Robert Burns 319 Charles and Mary Lamb 328 Dream Children: A Revery Charles Lamb 335 Reading Shakespeare . . 346 The Tempest... ... Letters Beside it . . Herbert N. Rudeen 25 I Said Farewell to My Wife and Children ... R. F. Babcock 39 I Found a Deer Th.\t Had Just Been Killed . .... ...d of going to school, he ran off into the woods, where he stayed until the children returned at night. He kept this up for several days, fearing to re... ...t the next thing would be that the Indians would be scalping the women and children all about there if we didn't put a stop to it. I reasoned the case... ...rom all David Crockett in the Creek War 39 I SAID FAREWELL TO MY WIFE AND CHILDREN quarters. At last we mustered about thirteen hun- dred strong; all... ...er dark when we got to the camp, where we found about forty men, women and children. They had bows and arrows, and I turned to shooting with their bow... ... on our property, and wanted us to take them pris- oners. Their squaws and children would run and take hold of us as they could, and give themselves u... ...paniard, to- gether with a woman whom we supposed to be his wife, and four children, had all been killed and scalped. It was now late evening, and we ...

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Journeys through Bookland : A New and Original Plan for Reading Applied to the World's Best Literature for Children : Vol. 5

By: Sylvester, Charles Herbert

...W AND ORIGINAL PLAN FOR READING APPLIED TO THE WORLD'S BEST LITERATURE FOR CHILDREN BY CHARLES H. SYLVESTER Author of English and American Literature ... ... Travels Jonathan Swift 6 The Ballad of Agincottrt Michael Drayton 95 Some Children's Books of the Past Grace E. Sellon 101 Lead, Kindly Light Cardina... ...and the King Iris Weddell White 79 "Victor I Will Remain" R. F. Babcock 97 Children with Hornbooks Laura K. Deal 103 Arthur Draws the Sword Jessie Arm... ...omissions put the real fictitious narrative into so small a com- pass that children will be entertained from begin- ning to end. The Voyage to Lillipu... ...shed I might there endmy days. I bemoaned my desolate widow and fatherless children. I lamentedmy own folly and willfulness in attempting a second voy... ...nty-four foot diam- eter. The company were, the farmer and his wife, three children, and an old grandmother. When they were sat down, the farmer place... ...id the boy might owe me a spite, and well remember- inghow mischievous all childrenamong us naturally are to sparrows, rabbits, young kittens, and pup... ...f-war. I slept about two hours, and dreamed I was at home with my wife and children, which aggravated my sorrows when I awaked and found myself alone ... ... Saint Crispin's day, 1415, that the Battle of Agincourt was fought. SOME CHILDREN'S BOOKS THE PAST By Grace E. Sellon of PROBABLY somewhere about yo...

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The Best in Children's Books; The University of Chicago Guide to Children's Literature, 1966-1972

By: Sutherland, Zena, Comp
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