Boston, New York, Chicago: Silver Burdett and Company, 1916; blue cloth, black titles, photographs,5.25x7.75"; 304 pp, Reference education, hardback.
"A marked characteristic of the new century in all progressive nations is the quickened interest in the child and his education .... This book treats certain aspects of social education in primary grades with the greatest possible simplicity.... so as to favor the development of the historic sense." The first 30 or so pages deal with the author's educational philosophy, the remainder "a detailed plan, containing concrete suggestions for making the study of history a training for responsible citizenship and for successfully correlating history, geography, civics, and handwork. By the Head of the Department of History, State Normal School, Trenton, New Jersey. Thoughtful and interesting, not a textbook.
CONDITION: Very Good; 1929 name, extremities rubbed, paper darkening, light rubs on boards; tight, spots on two facing Contents pages ow clean. Item #22440