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A third reader of a grade between the second and third readers of the School and family series

Author: Marcius Willson; Harper & Brothers.
Publisher: New York : Harper & Brothers, ©1865.
Series: Willson's intermediate series, 1.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Mixed form : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Children's poetry
Children's stories
Readers
Fiction
Juvenile works
Poetry
Juvenile literature
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Willson, Marcius, 1813-1905.
Third reader of a grade between the second and third readers of the School and family series.
New York : Harper & Brothers, ©1865
(OCoLC)613178924
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marcius Willson; Harper & Brothers.
OCLC Number: 16410454
Notes: Title within ornamental border.
Prose and verse.
Description: vi, 216 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm.
Contents: Elements of good reading --
Reading lessons --
What pictures teach --
Acting a lie --
The sparrow --
A kiss for a blow --
The young galley-slave --
Night and day --
The snow-storm --
A king reproved --
True Duncan --
Riding against the wind --
The creation --
God has counted all --
A bargain is a bargain --
The thunder-storm --
The things I love --
Little Dick and the giant --
The goldfinch --
The old slate --
Business first, then pleasure --
Fickle weather --
The Lord made them all --
Meditation --
The ant and the cricket-A fable in prose --
The ant and the cricket-A fable in verse --
Jack Frost and the south wind --
Why should we fear? --
The blind boy --
What shall we build? --
Trust and try --
I can and I will --
The crocodile and the ichneumon --
How beautiful the world is --
The echo --
A peep at the bird --
I would I were a little bird --
Old wonder-eyes --
Father and daughter --
A father's blessing --
The daisy's social circle --
The selfish boy --
The lost camel --
The captive bird's complaint --
The crickets on the hearth --
Leon and Clara --
The little marquis and his sister --
Time --
The farmer's life --
The farmer in spring --
Spring is coming --
The farmer in spring-continued --
Labor --
The chestnut-bur --
The freed butterfly --
The farmer in summer --
The farmer in summer-continued --
Give to the poor --
Who was the gentleman? --
The music of insects --
The katydid --
The goodness of God --
Courage and presence of mind --
Who is my neighbor? --
The uses of insects --
The spider and the fly-a fable --
Keep to the right --
The gold sovereign --
The gold sovereign-continued --
Praise the Lord --
Caterpillars and butterflies --
The worm and the butterfly --
The humming-bird and the butterfly --
Dare and do --
Bees and their dwellings --
Honeyball and Violetta-a fable --
The thrush's song --
Speak gently --
The farmer in autumn --
Autumn --
Why call me poor? --
The water-rat --
What are living objects --
Now and then --
The crows and the wind-mill --
Better than pearls, gold, and diamonds --
Words and acts of kindness --
The farmer in winter --
May morning --
The child and the skeptic-in prose --
The child and the skeptic-in verse --
The ants in the garden --
The wonders of ant life --
The child's prayer.
Series Title: Willson's intermediate series, 1.
Responsibility: by Marcius Willson.

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