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BAKER AND CARPENTER

LANGUAGE READER SERIES

Baker and Carpenter Primer

By FRANKLIN T. BAKER, Professor of the English Language and Literature in Teachers College; GEORGE R. CARPENTER, Late Professor of Rhetoric and English Composition in Columbia University; and Miss Julie T. Dulon,

Teacher of Public School 141, New York City. 123 pages, 25 cents net. First Year Language Reader

By FRANKLIN T. BAKER, Professor of the English Language and Literature in Teachers College; GEORGE R. CARPENTER, Late Professor of Rhetoric and English Composition in Columbia University; and Miss KATHERINE B. OWEN, Instructor in the Charlton School, New York City. 152 pages,

25 cents net. Second Year Language Reader

By FRANKLIN T. BAKER, GEORGE R. CARPENTER, and Miss KATHERINE B.

OWEN. 165 pages, 30 cents net.
Third Year Language Reader

By FRANKLIN T. BAKER, GEORGE R. CARPENTER, and Miss Mary E. BROOKS,

Supervisor of Primary Work in Brooklyn. 300 pages, 40 cents net,
Fourth Year Language Reader

By FRANKLIN T. BAKER, GEORGE R. CARPENTER, and Miss IDA E. ROBBINS,
Instructor in Horace Mann School, New York City. 359 pages, 40 cents

net.

Fifth Year Language Reader

By FRANKLIN T. BAKER, GEORGE R. CARPENTER, and Miss MARY F.
KIRCHWEY, Instructor in Horace Mann School, New York City. 492 pages,

45 cents net.
Sixth Year Language Reader

By FRANKLIN T. BAKER, GEORGE R. CARPENTER, and Miss JENNIE F.
OWENS, Instructor in Jersey City Training School. 505 pages, 50 cents net.

Each volume 12mo, cloth.

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Improved size and shape, 74 by 91 inches. Easily handled and more

durable. Home Geography is made prominent, thus proceeding from the

“known to the unknown.” Actual experience forms the final

basis for all study of Geography. Casual Sequence instead of a bare recital of unrelated facts. Sufficient detail for narrative style and vivid picturing, making a

strong appeal to pupils' interest. Marginal headings help the pupils to study clearly by points. Facts

are kept in proper perspective. Tarr and McMurry's NEW

GEOGRAPHIES are by far the most teachable. New maps and illustrations. The FIRST BOOK has twenty-three colored

maps ; the SECOND Book forty. The numerous illustrations are artistic, every one is properly related to the text and

scientifically placed. The line of text is unbroken. The books are strongly and attractively bound.

CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED

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THE PUPILS ARITHMETIC

A SERIES OF ARITHMETICS BY GRADES

By JAMES C. BYRNES, Member Board of Examiners, New York; JULIA

RICHMAN, District Superintendent of Schools, New York; JOHN S. ROBERTS, Principal P. S. 62, Manhattan, New York.

PRIMARY BOOK, Part One, $.26 BOOK THREE, $.35
PRIMARY Book, Part Two, $.30 Book FOUR, $.35

BOOK FIVE (in preparation) This graded series is well adapted for use in all graded schools. The form appeals especially to the pupils and teachers on the ground of convenience. It appeals to parents and school-boards on the ground of economy.

THE GILBERT ARITHMETICS

By C. H. GLEASON and C. B. GILBERT
Book I, $.36 BOOK II, $.40

Book III, $.45 These books are the latest product of recent careful studies on the subject of teaching mathematics to children. They are unique in that they recognize both the scientific claims of the subject and the psychological claims of the student.

PRESTON-STEVENS ARITHMETICS

By DeFOREST A. PRESTON and EDWARD L. STEVENS Elementary Arithmetic, $.35

Standard Arithmetic, $.50

The Elementary Arithmetic is intended for use by pupils of the third, fourth, and fifth years. The Standard Arithmetic is complete in itself and may be used in many schools throughout all the grades.

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THEIR PEOPLE

By JAMES FRANKLIN, Ed.B., S.B., and ARTHUR Henry CHAMBERLAIN
B.S., A.M. Each volume, izmo cloth.

The Continents and Their People will consist of six
books, one for each continent. Two volumes, North
America and Europe, have been published. Others
will follow shortly. Each volume will treat important
geographical units instead of attempting to cover
every subject.
All the books will be illustrated by pictures having

actual teaching value and by maps. The Everychild's Series

A new and unique series of supplementary readers for all school
grades. The books will cover as nearly as may be the entire
field of suitable literature, classified somewhat as follows:

FOLKLORE AND FAIRY STORIES
STORIES OF THE INDUSTRIES
GEOGRAPHIC STORIES
ORIGINAL STORIES RELATING TO CHILD LIFE
STANDARD AND CLASSICAL LITERATURE

ALREADY ISSUED

Old Time Tales

Folklore stories for third or fourth grade, by KATE F. OSWELL, author of the American School Readers.

Nature Stories for First or Second Grades, by MARY GARDNER. In Those Days

A true story of child' life a hundred years ago, for fifth or sixth grade, by Mrs. E. B. HALLOCK, illustrated in color.

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