McGuffey's Third Eclectic Reader

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John Wiley & Sons, 25 Νοε 1997 - 208 σελίδες
Since 1836, children have been delighted by these volumes filled with exotic adventures, exciting stories, beautiful poems, and funny fables. The Third Eclectic Reader includes "The Boy Who Cried Wolf," "The Wind and the Sun," and "We Are Seven."
 

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INTRODUCTORY MATTER PAGE ARTICULATION
5
EMPHASIS
10
PUNCTUATION
11
The Shepherd Boy
13
o O
14
Johnnys First Snowstorm
15
Let it Rain
18
Castlebuilding
20
The Alarm Clock
50
What the Minutes say
51
The Widow and the Merchant
52
The Old Clock
53
The Birds Set Free
54
Dont Kill the Birds
55
A Moment too Late
56
Humming Birds
57

Castlebuilding
22
Lend a Hand Script
25
The Truant
27
The White Kitten
29
Courage and Cowardice
30
The Beaver
31
The Soldier
32
The Echo
33
The Young Teacher
34
An Evening Prayer Script
35
Finding the Owner
36
Bats
37
The Blacksmith
38
A Walk in the Garden
39
Charlie and
40
Ray and his Kite
41
The Wolf
42
Speak Gently
43
The Little Birds Song
44
The Mountain Sister
45
Harry and Annie
46
The Money Amy didnt Earn
47
Bird Friends
48
Deeds of Kindness
49
John Carpenter
58
The Wind and the Sun
59
The Contented
60
Sunset Script
61
Beautiful Hands
62
We are Seven
63
Marys Dime
64
Things to Remember
65
The Little Loaf
66
Three Little Mice
67
The Violet
68
The New Year
69
Young Soldiers
70
How Willie Got out of the Shaft
71
The Clock and the Sundial
72
Indian Corn
73
Remember
74
Mountains
75
A Childs Hymn
76
Holding the Fort
77
The Little People 79 Good Night PAGE 76
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William Holmes McGuffey was a college professor and president who is best known for writing the McGuffey Readers, the first widely used series of elementary school-level textbooks.

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