McGuffey's Second Eclectic Reader
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Now, please don't forget to come. I live on Fourth St., number ten. I will go to bed
at eight o'clock, and shut my eyes tight. I will not look, indeed I won't. Your little
boy, Willie. ] LESSON IV. a bove' world dark oft nev'er spark dew LESSON III.
a bove' world dark oft nev'er spark dew till di'a mond twin'kle blaz'ing The Little
Star 1. Twinkle, twinkle, little star; How I wonder what you are, Up above the
world so high, Like a diamond in the sky! 2. When the blazing sun is set, And the
DARK. 1. "Willie, will you run upstairs, and get my needle book from the bureau?"
2. But Willie did not stir. "Willie!" said mamma. She thought he had not heard. 3. "I'
m afraid," said Willie. 4. "Afraid of what?" 5. "It's dark up there." 6. "What is the ...
"Well, the dark is only a big shadow over everything." 11. "What makes the big
shadow, mamma?" 12. "I will tell you all about that, Willie, when you are a little
older. But now, I wish you would find me a brave boy who is not afraid of
"If I were a sunbeam, I know where I'd go; Into lowly hovels, Dark with want and
woe: Till sad hearts looked upward, Iwould shine and shine; Then they'd think of
heaven, Their sweet home and mine." 3. Are you not a sunbeam, Child, whose ...
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These reproductions of McGuffey's readers are useful volumes for those interested in the history of education in America. The content is faithful to the original and the binding is sturdy. I work at a ... Прочетете пълната рецензия
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The first couple lessons cover the same ground found in the primer, but by the middle of the book the characters are conversing with each other. The final two sentences are: "Be kind to all, and do ... Прочетете пълната рецензия