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The following books required by the OHIO TEACHERS' READING CIRCLE FOR PUPILS in 1898-1899, are published by HOUGHTON MIFFLIN & Co. at the prices to members as given below.
Many of the books mentioned in this list are also published in other editions than the one given below. In this list R. L. S. means Riverside Literature Series.
PUPILS' ELEMENTARY COURSE.
FOURTH YEAR A PRIMARY. cents; cloth, 40 cents.
Scudder's Fables and Folk Stories R. L. S. 47, 48, paper 30
FIFTH YEAR -D GRAMMAR. Wiggin's The Birds' Christmas Carol, cloth, 43 cents. Selections from Whittier's Child Life in Poetry and Prose R. L. S. 70, 71), paper, 30 cts. ; cloth, 40 cts. SIXTH YEAR-C GRAMMAR. Hawthorne's Wonder - Book (R. L. S. 17, 18), and Tanglewood Tales, (R.L.S. 22, 23 each, paper, 30 cents; cloth, 40 cents. Cary's Ballads for Little Folks cloth, $1.20. Larcom's Childhood Songs, cloth, 80 cents. SEVENTH YEAR B. GRAMMAR. Longfellow's Evangeline R. L. S. 1, and Courtship of Miles Standish, (R. L.S. 2 each, paper, 15 cents; cloth, 25 cents. Burroughs's Birds and Bees (R. L. S. 28), and Sharp Eyes (R. L. S. 36 [called for in EIGHTH YEAR GRADE], each, paper 15 cents; bound in one volume, cloth, 40 cents. Scudder's George Washington R. I. S. 75), paper, 30 cents; cloth, 40 cents. Larcom's A New England Girlhood R. S. L.) half leather, 60 cents.
EIGHTH YEAR-A GRAMMAR. Longfellow's Song of Hiawatha R. L. S. 13, 14, paper, 30 cents; cloth. 40 cents. Burroughs's Sharp Eyes and Other Papers [see above, SEVENTH YEAR -B GRAMMAR ]. Lambs Tales from Shakespeare R L. S. 61, 65, 66, paper, 45 cents; cloth, 50 cents. Dickens's Christmas Carol R. L. S. 57), and The Cricket on the Hearth R. L. S. 58, each, paper, 15 cents; the two in one volume, cloth, 40 cents. Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin (R. L. S. 88, paper, 50 cents; cloth, 60 cents. Fiske's War of Independence R. L. S. 62), paper, 30 cents; cloth, 40 cents. Whittier's Snow-Bound, Among the Hills, Songs of Labor, and Other Poems (R. L. S. 4, paper, 15 cents; cloth, 25 cts.
HIGH SCHOOL COURSE.
FIRST YEAR. Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice R. L. S. 55), paper, 15 cents; cloth, 25 cents. Burroughs's Riverby, cloth, $1.06. Tennyson's Enoch Arden and Other Poems (R. L.S. 73), paper, 15 cents. Whittier's Poems (Household Edition), cloth, $1.20.
SECOND YEAR. Shakespeare's Julius Caesar R. L. S. 67 paper, 15 cents; cloth, 25 cents. Morse's Thomas Jefferson, cloth, $1.00. Lodge's Alexander Hamilton, cloth, $1.00. King's Ohio, cloth, $1.00,
THIRD YEAR. Morse's John Quincy Adams, cloth, $1.00.
Lowell's Vision of Sir Launfal, and Other Poems (R. I S. 30, paper, 15 cents; cloth, 25 cents. Hawthorne's House of the Seven Gables (R. L. S. 91, paper, 50 cents; cloth, 60 cents. Thoreau's Succession of Forest Trees R.L S. 27, paper, 15 cents [with Burroughs's Birds and Bees, Warner's A-Hunting of the Deer, and Other Papers, in one volume, cloth, 50 cents]. Tennyson's Poems Household Edition, cloth, $120. Fiske's Civil Government in the United States, cloth, $1.00.
FOURTH YEAR. Thackeray's Vanity Fair, 2 volumes, cloth, $2.40. Milton's L'Allegro, II Penseroso, Comus, Lycidas, and Minor Poems R. L. S 72, paper, 15 cents bound with Milton's Paradise Lost, Books I-IIIR. L. S. 91 cloth. 40 cents). Morse's John Adams, cloth, $1.00. Schurz's Henry Clay, 2 volumes, cloth, $2.00.
Much of the other material on the Ohio Teachers' Reading Circle list is also published by HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN & Co. in form suitable for school use.
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