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Children's Third Reader
BY ELLEN M. CYR
Cloth. Fully Illustrated. 260 Pages.
For Introduction, 50 Cents.
The plan adopted in Cyr's Second Reader of making the children acquainted with some of our poets is continued in this book. Stories from the lives of Lowell, Holmes, and Bryant are introduced. A large proportion of the prose lessons has been carefully selected from such writers as Lucy Larcom, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Elizabeth Phelps Ward, Celia Thaxter, Louisa M. Alcott, Abby Morton Diaz, and Julia C. R. Dorr, thus making the book a representative of a child's library.
PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED THE CHILDREN'S PRIMER. Cloth. 96 pages. Fully illustrated. For introduction, 24C. THE CHILDREN'S FIRST READER. Cloth. 101 pages. Fully illustrated. For intro
duction, 28c. THE CHILDREN'S SECOND READER. Cloth. 197 pages. Fully illustrated. For in
The days of vacation, of rest and of fun,
Taken from "A Little Folks’ Calendar for 1897,"
by Clifford Howard, in Ladies' Home Journal,
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