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Entirely New Series of Readers and Reading Sheets

Published by CASSELL, PETTER, GALPIN & Co.

On the approved list of the London School Board and of numerous

Provincial School Boards.

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Can also be obtained mounted on Boards, price ios. each Series.

Cloth.
3d.

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The Modern Infant School Readers.

Paper.
FIRST INFANT READER

2d.
SECOND

2d.
THIRD
FOURTH

3d. 4d.

3d. 4d.

5d.

The Modern School Readers. Strongly bound in cloth.

FIRST READER
SECOND READER
THIRD READER
FOURTH READER
FIFTH READER

8d.

Iod.
IS. 3d.
IS. 8d.
25. 6d.

The type

In the “MODERN READING SHEETS” such a judicious combination of the phonetic and word systems has been adopted as will materially lighten the task of both teachers and scholars.

sufficiently large for the collective teaching of a large class of children.

In the MODERN INFANT SCHOOL READERS” the lessons are made as simple and interesting as possible, and the books are fully illustrated. The GRADUATION, both in language and subject matter, has received careful attention.

In the “ MODERN SCHOOL READERS” the same care has been given to the GRADUATION-in words, subject matter, and style -as in the Infant Readers, and especial care has been taken to make the lessons so simple, interesting, and attractive, as to awaken the child's interest, cultivate his intelligence, and induce a love for reading.

In paper, printing, binding, and illustration, the 'MODERN SCHOOL READERS," are all that could be desired.

Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co., Ludgate Hill, London,

Complete in EIGHTEEN Books, price 2d. each.

CASSELL'S

Graduated Copy-Books.

Adapted to the requirements of the New Code. Printed from Copper-plate Copies, on superior paper, carefully prepared for Writing purposes, and containing everything necessary for the formation of good Handwriting.

1. Strokes and Straight Letters.
2. Round Letters and Combinations.
3. Words. Short Letters.
4. Long Letters and Words.
5. Words (Text and Round) and Figures.
6. Capitals and Combinations.
7. Text, Round, and Figures.
8. Round Hand.
9. Text, Round (Advanced), Figures (Sums).
10. Elementary Small Hand.
11. Capitals, Figures (Sums), and Double Small Hand.
12. Double Small Hand.'
13. Advanced Double Small Hand.
14. Text, Round, and Small Hand.
15. Advanced Small Hand (1).
16. Advanced Small Hand (2).
17. Advanced Small Hand (3).

18. Invoices, Receipts, &c.
Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 are suitable for Standard I.
6, 7, 8, 9

II.
10, 11, 12, 13

III. 14, 15, 16, 17, 18

IV., V.,

VI. “ Arranged in a series of eighteen books, this series combines all that is needed in a thoroughly satisfactory course of writing lessons. Beginning with the simplest elements of writing, the pupil is carried by easy stages to the acquisition of a good business hand. We are exceedingly pleased with these books from beginning to end, and can confidently recommend them to the notice of teachers."-Schoolmaster.

“All the forms of writing given, from text to the corresponding or commercial hands, are agreeable to look at, easy to read, and tolerably easy to write,

and the smallest hand is at once precise, flowing, and pretty.”-School Board Chronicle.

“In these Copy-Books the publishers have succeeded in combining all the improvements of their predecessors, and have made the art of learning to write most enticing to children."--Bookseller.

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A CATALOGUE of Messrs. CASSELL, PETTER, GALPIN & Co.'s

Educational Works forwarded post free on application to CASSELL, PEITER, GALPIN & CO., Ludgate Hill, London.

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GEOGRAPHICAL READERS

COMPRISE

INTRODUCTORY LESSONS

Bd.
ENGLAND AND WALES (With Coloured Map) 9d.
SCOTLAND & IRELAND AND THE

COLONIES (With 2 Coloured Maps)
EUROPE...

1s.
ASIA, AFRICA, and AMERICA ls. Ed.

1s.

In preparing the Modern Geographical Readers to meet the requirements of the New Education Code, 1880, the author has endeavoured to clothe with life and interest the dry facts as set out in the numerous little text-books in common use, and to present a series of Reading Lessons in a form at once simple in style, language, and idea, and sufficiently attractive to take their place as Reading Books side by side with ordinary School Readers. Children learn through the eye as well as through the ear, and clearer and more correct ideas of natural objects, such as rocky coasts, mountain chains, rivers, lakes, &c., can be given by good illustrations than by any verbal description, however lucid; hence the books have been well and abundantly illustrated.

The printing, paper, and binding of the Modern Geographical Readers are of the same high quality as the Modern

School Readers.

Cassell, Petter, Galpin g Co., Ludgate Hill, London.

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