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What every child wants---"more stories!" Here are
TELL ME ANOTHER STORY
By Carolyn Sherwin Bailey
"An answer to the universal plea of childhood"providing for children of three to eight years new stories of intense interest, based on a carefully considered plan to train the child to think. It is the first book to present stories in groups with contrasting treatment and continuity of theme.
Cloth. 335 Pages. Price $1.50 FIRELIGHT STORIES By Carolyn Sherwin Bailey A collection of nearly fifty adapted folk tales taken from the folk lore of the Norwegians, the Celts, the English, the American Indians, the Southern Negroes, and from New England.
The stories have been selected with a view to their accumulative, rhymed character, as appealing to the child's interest in jingle and ditty. The book is illustrated with full page pictures.
Cloth. 192 Pages. Price $1.00 FOR THE CHILDREN'S HOUR By Carolyn S. Bailey and Clara M. Lewis
STORIES CHILDREN NEED
STORIES CHILDREN NEED
This book contains over fifty best stories for children, each adapted for the immediate use, without change, of the story teller. It is a graded collection, offering to children ard parents a course in stories that will result in mental and moral training. It represents the best writing for children in stories by such authors as Tolstoi, Hawthorne, Dickens, Bjornsen, George MacDonald, Lewis Carroll, Raymond Alden, and many others.
ONCE UPON A TIME
Illustrated by Power O'Malley
Children never tire of hearing about animals to which human traits are attributed. The animals in these stories talk, work and play much like human beings and the results of their activities convey valuable moral lessons. Many old time stories are embodied in new and carefully edited form, while many more of the tales are wholly original with Miss Bailey and here published for the first time. The book is printed in large easy-to-read type and illustrated with fullpage pictures.
A remarkable book which should be in the library of every mother, and all others who tell stories to small children. In one volume it covers the entire field of childhood literature, containing stories on every conceivable subject and for all occasions --- five distinct departments, seventeen title divisions, 135 stories ---compiled from various sources, myths, fable, folk tale, and latter day children's books. Cloth. Illustrated. 336 Pages. Price, $1.50
Cloth. Illustrated. Price, $0.75
Cloth. 364 Pages. Price, $1.50 ALL ABOUT JOHNNIE JONES
By Carolyn Verhoeff
These delightful little stories, relating common experiences in a child's life, are tales that Miss Verhoeff told and retold to her kindergarten children in answer to their constant demand to "tell us more about Johnnie Jones." They are the adventures of a real, live boy, and appeal naturally to the small listeners, who recognize in them a reflection of incidents in their own little lives.
Cloth. Illustrated. Price, $1.00
By Maud Lindsay
These stories are models of simplicity and purity in purpose and expression. Not only kindergartners, but mothers and first year primary teachers, will find this volume stimulating and helpful in its suggestions for ingenious ethical story telling. Cloth and Gold. Illustrated.
WORTH WHILE STORIES FOR EVERY DAY
By Lawton B. Evans
One of the largest volumes of this kind ever published. It contains 185 complete stories of miscellaneous character, choice selections from mythology, nursery rhymes, retold in prose, Mother Goose tales, natural history stories, stories of birds and animals, biographical sketches of the great in history, and stories of realism, each chosen for its ethical value. A unique feature is the moral or purpose of each story printed beneath its story, so that the mother may conveniently select a story adapted to illustrate any point or trait of character which she wishes to impress upon her listeners. Cloth. 424 pages. Price, $1.50