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FRANK E. SPAULDING
Supervisor of Primary Schools, Newton, Mass. The Aldine Readers are the incidental outgrowth of years of practical study and experimental work, carried on continuously by the authors with the cooperation of scores of teacher 8. These books embody the complete method which has been developed to such a phenomenal degree of success under the most diverse conditions. Learning To Read (A Manual for Teachers), Cloth, 227 pages, $.60 Aldine Primer.
Cloth, 149 pages, •32 Aldine First Reader.
Cloth, 143 pages, •32 Aldine Second Reader.
.. Cloth, 193 pages, .42 Aldine Third Reader ...
.. Cloth, 296 pages, .48 Aldine Fourth Reader..
Cloth, 376 pages, .65 Aldine Fifth Reader...
.Cloth,47 1 pages, .75 Aldine Reading and Phonic Chart (combined with stand, 10.00 Aldine Phonic Chart (separate) with stand..
7.00 (Special terms for Charts in quantities.) Phonic Cards (per set of 23)
.25 Sight Word Cards, Primer Set (per set of 89)... .65 Rhyme Cards, each containing the 17 rhymes used in the Primet (per hundred).....
.60 Rhyme Charts, 16 Nos., 9 x 24 (per set).
.60 Seat Work Cards, No. 1 (per hundred)..
2.00 Seat Work Cards, No. 2 (per hundred)..
NEWSON & COMPANY, PUBLISHERS
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For Supplementary Reading and School Libraries
Some narrative and historical novels abridged, in Author's Own
Double Numbers (*) 160 to 256 pages, 20 cents. In Cloth, 25 cents and 30 cents.
TITLES SHOWING GRADING. AMERICAN HISTORY: *Deerslayer (Cooper), No. 8
For 5th and 6th Years Dutchman's Fireside (Paulding), No. 44 For 5th and 6th Years *Grandfather's Chair (Hawthorne), No.46 Full Text. For 6th Year *Horse-Shoe Robinson (Kennedy), No. 10 For 6th and 7th Years Knickerbocker Stories (Irving), No. 23. . For 7th and 8th Years *Last of the Mohicans (Cooper), No. 29
For 7th Year *Pilot (Cooper), No. 2; *Spy (Cooper), No. 1 For 6th and 7th Years *Water Witch (Cooper), No. 27
For 7th Year *Westward Ho! (Kingsley), No. 33
For 7th and 8th Years *Yemassee (Simms), No. 32
For 7th and 8th Years ENGLISH AND SCOTTISH HISTORY:
For 8th Year *Ivanhoe (Scott), No. 24 ; *Kenilworth (Scott), No.7:
For 7th Year Rob Roy (Scott), No. 3
For 6th and 7th Years Tales of a Grandfather (Scott), No. 28
For 6th Year Waverley (Scott), No. 50
For 7th Year FRENCH, SPANISH AND ROMAN HISTORY: Alhambra (Irving), No. 4
For 6th and 7th Years *Last Days of Pompeii (Bulwer-Lytton), No. 38 For 7th Year *Ninety-Three (Hugo), No. 18
For 7th Year *Peasant and Prince (Martineau), No. 41 For 6th and 7th Years
*A Tale of Two Cities (Dickens), No. 60 For 6th and 7th Years FOR PRIMARY GRADES: Fairy Tales (For Second School Year), No. 39
For 2d Year Grimm's Best Stories, No. 55
For 3d Year Robinson Crusoe (De Foe), No. 25
For 3d and 4th Years Swiss Family Robinson (Wyss), No. 35
For 4th Year Wonder Book (Hawthorne), No. 16 (4 stories)
For 4th Year Hans Andersen's Best Stories, No. 52
For 3d Year Stories from Arabian Nights, No. 58
For 3d Year POR INTERMEDIATE AND GRAMMAR GRADES:*Black Beauty (Sewell), No. 31
For 5th and 6th Years Christmas Stories (Dickens), No. 5
For 5th and 6th Years Gulliver's Travels (Swift), No. 13
For 6th and 7th Years
FOR INTERMEDIATE AND GRAMMAR GRADES (Continued):Little Nell (Dickens), No. 22
For 6th and 7th Years Paul Dombey (Dickens), No. 14
For 6th and 7th Years Pilgrim's Progress (Bunyan), No. 30
For 5th Year The Young Marooners (Goulding), No. 57
For 5th Year *Round the World in 80 Days (Verne), No. 34
For 5th Year Twice Told Tales (Hawthorne), No. 15 For 7th and 8th Years *Two Years Before the Mast (Dana), No. 19
For 6th Year Snow Image (Hawthorne), No. 20
For 5th Year
FOR CRITICAL STUDY OF ENGLISH-in Grammar and High
Schools and Other Higher Institutions
Complete *Courtship of Miles Standish and Other Poems(Longfellow) 47 Full Text *David Copperfield's Childhood (Dickens), No. 38 . Complete Enoch Arden and Other Poems (Tennyson), No.6. Full Text Evangeline (Longfellow), No. 21
Full Text *Song of Hiawatha (Longfellow), No. 37
Full Text *Five Great Authors, No. 42 (Irving, Hawthorne, Scott, Dickens, Hugo)
Each Selection Complete Gareth and Lynette and Other Idylls (Tennyson), No. 56. Full Text Ivanhoe, No. 68, Manila, 300.; Cloth, 40c.
Complete Lay of the Last Minstrel (Scott), No. 40
Full Text *Lady of the Lake (Scott), No. 9
Full Text Milton's Minor Poems, No. 66
Full Text Oregon Trail (Parkman). No. 70, Manila, 30c.; Cloth, 40C.
Éach Selection Complete *Silas Marner (Eliot), No. 43
Complete *Sir Roger de Coverley Papers, No. 59
Each Selection Complete Sketch Book, Part I, Stories, No. 17 . Eight Complete Selections Sketch Book, Part II, Essays, No. 61. Seven Complete Selections *Sketch Book, Parts I and II Combined . Fifteen Complete Selections *Vicar of Wakefield (Goldsmith), No. 45
Full Text Goldsmith, Gray, Burns, etc., No. 48 Each Selection Complete The Merchant of Venice (Shakespeare), No. 49
Full Text Julius Caesar (Shakespeare), No. 51
Full Text Macbeth (Shakespeare), No. 53
NEWSON & COMPANY, PUBLISHERS
GRADED READINGS FOR SCHOOL AND HOME
JOHN H. HAAREN, A.M,
Brightest books for Elementary Grades—To supplement First, Second, Third, and Fourth Readers.
I. RHYMES AND FABLES, 64 pages, 12 cents
126 pages, 20 cents
Nursery rhymes and fables. Current folk-lore stories. Fairy life stories, telling of the little people who were once supposed to have an influence on human affairs. Tales of legend and romance.
Attractive illustrations. Clear presswork. Artistic binding.
IF YOU ARE LOOKING
this series will interest you,—presenting an interesting collection of children's classics, pithy proverbs, the fables which are the common heritage of the Aryan people, with the cherished nursery lore of generations.
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