3 edition of The child"s assistant in the art of reading found in the catalog.
The child"s assistant in the art of reading
|Statement||by Samuel Temple|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 29925|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||87|
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The child's assistant in the art of reading: being a collection of pieces, suited to the capacities of children, in the early stages of education: designed as a medium between the Spelling-book, and the American selection of lessons, American preceptor, and other books of a similar kind.
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The Art of Reading examines Damon Young's reading experience from childhood through adulthood and identifies what he believes are the virtues of reading (also the chapter headings in the book). His erudite exploration of these virtues is based on his broad reading experience and his philosophical pedagogy which he generously sifts through for /5.
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