The Child's World

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2005
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*** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK THE CHILD'S WORLD ***

Produced by Suzanne Shell, David King, and the PG Online Distributed
Proofreading Team

    
 THE CHILD'S WORLD

 THIRD READER

 BY

 HETTY S. BROWNE
 Extension worker in rural school practice
 Winthrop Normal and Industrial College
 Rock Hill, S.C.

 SARAH WITHERS
 Principal Elementary Grades and Critic Teacher
 Winthrop Normal and Industrial College

 AND

 W.K. TATE
 Professor of Rural Education
 George Peabody College for Teachers
 Nashville, Tenn.

 JOHNSON PUBLISHING COMPANY
 Richmond, Virginia

     
 TEACHERS' AIDS

     Success with the Child's World Readers is in no wise dependent on the use of the chart, manual, or cards.
     Modern teachers of reading, however, recognize the saving of time and effort to be accomplished for both their pupils and themselves by the use of cards, chart, and manual, and look to the publisher to provide these accessories in convenient form and at moderate cost.
     The following aids are therefore offered in the belief that they will make the work of the teacher, trained or untrained, more effective.
     Child's World Reader Charts, $6.00
 (10 beautiful charts in colors 27x37—20 lessons)
     Child's World Manual, 75c
 (Suggestions and outlines for first 5 grades)
     Child's World Word Cards, $1.00
 (129 cards—258 words in Primer vocabulary)
     Child's World Phrase Cards, 75c
 (48 cards—96 phrases)
     Child's World Phonic Cards, 80c
 (80 cards printed both sides)
     JOHNSON PUBLISHING COMPANY
     Richmond, Virginia.
     
 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

     For permission to use copyrighted material the authors and publishers express their indebtedness to The Independent for "Who Loves the Trees Best?" by Alice M. Douglas; to Oliver Herford and the Century Company for "The Elf and the Dormouse"; to the American Folklore Society for "How Brother Rabbit Fooled the Whale and the Elephant," by Alcee Fortier; to the Outlook for "Making the Best of It," by Frances M. Fox, and "Winter Nights," by Mary F. Butts; to Harper Brothers for "The Animals and the Mirror," from Told by the Sand Man; to Rand McNally & Company for "Little Hope's Doll," from Stories of the Pilgrims, by Margaret Pumphrey; to Daughady & Company for "Squeaky and the Scare Box," from Christmas Stories, by Georgene Faulkner; to D.C. Heath & Company for "The Little Cook's Reward," from Stories of the Old North State, by Mrs. L.A. McCorkle; to Charles Scribner's Sons for "A Good Play" and "Block City," by Robert Louis Stevenson, "The Glad New Year," from Rhymes and Jingles, by Mary Mapes Dodge, "A Christmas Wish" and "Rock-a-by-Lady," by Eugene Field; to Houghton Mifflin Company for permission to adapt selections from Hiawatha; to Doubleday, Page & Company for "The Sand Man," by Margaret Vandergrift, from The Posy Ring—Wiggin and Smith; to James A. Honey for "The Monkey's Fiddle," from South African Tales; to Maud Barnard for "Donal and Conal"; to Maud Barnard and Emilie Yonker for their versions of Epaminondas.
     
 Supplementary Historical Reading

     Life of General Robert E. Lee
 For Third and Fourth Grades
     Life of General Thomas J. Jackson
 For Third and Fourth Grades
     Life of Washington
 For Fourth and Fifth Grades
     Life of General N.B. Forrest
 For Fifth Grade
     Life of General J.E.B. Stuart
 For Fifth and Sixth Grades
     Soldier Life in the Army of Northern Virginia
 For Fifth Grade
     Tennessee History Stories
 For Third and Fourth Grades
     North Carolina History Stories
 For Fourth and Fifth Grades
     Texas History Stories
 For Fifth and Sixth Grades
     Half-Hours in Southern History
 For Sixth and Seventh Grades
     The Yemassee (Complete Edition)
 For Seventh and Eighth Grades
     (Ask for catalog containing list of other supplementary reading)
     JOHNSON PUBLISHING COMPANY
 RICHMOND, VA.
     
 CONTENTS

     PHILEMON AND BAUCIS, Flora J. Cooke
     THE POPLAR TREE, Flora J. Cooke
     WHO LOVES THE TREES BEST?, Alice May Douglas
     LEAVES IN AUTUMN
     A STORY OF BIRD LIFE, Henry Ward Beecher
     BOB WHITE, George Cooper
     HOW MARY GOT A NEW DRESS
     THE PLAID DRESS
     THE GODDESS OF THE SILKWORM
     THE FLAX, Hans Christian Andersen
     THE WONDERFUL WORLD, William Brighty Rands
     THE HILLMAN AND THE HOUSEWIFE, Juliana H. Ewing
     THE ELF AND THE DORMOUSE, Oliver Herford
     THE BELL OF ATRI, Italian Tale
     A DUMB WITNESS, Arabian Tale
     GIVING THANKS
     THE HARE AND THE HEDGEHOG, Grimm
     EPAMINONDAS, Southern Tale
     HOW BROTHER RABBIT FOOLED THE WHALE AND THE ELEPHANT, Southern Folk Tale
     A CHRISTMAS WISH, Eugene Field
     THE CHRISTMAS BELLS, Old Tale Retold
     GOD BLESS THE MASTER OF THE HOUSE, Old English Rime
     SQUEAKY AND THE SCARE BOX, Georgene Faulkner
     THE GLAD NEW YEAR, Mary Mapes Dodge
     MAKING THE BEST OF IT, Frances M. Fox
     
     THE ANIMALS AND THE MIRROR, F.A. Walker
     THE BARBER OF BAGDAD, Eastern Tale
     WINTER NIGHTS, Mary F. Butts
     LITTLE HOPE'S DOLL, Margaret Pumphrey
     NAHUM PRINCE
     THE LITTLE COOK'S REWARD, Mrs. L.A. McCorkle
     ROCK-A-BY, HUSH-A-BY, LITTLE PAPOOSE, Charles Myall
     THE TAR WOLF, The Indian Tar-Baby Story
     THE RABBIT AND THE WOLF, Southern Indian Tale
     BLOCK CITY, Robert Louis Stevenson
     A GOOD PLAY, Robert Louis Stevenson
     THE MONKEY'S FIDDLE, African Tale
     THE THREE TASKS, Grimm
     THE WORLD'S MUSIC, Gabriel Setoun
     THE SLEEPING BEAUTY, Grimm
     THE UGLY DUCKLING, Hans Christian Andersen
     THE WHITE BLACKBIRD, Adapted from Alfred de Musset
     THE BROWN THRUSH, Lucy Larcom
     THE KING AND THE GOOSEHERD, Old Tale
     DONAL AND CONAL, Irish Tale
     WHO TOLD THE NEWS?
     THE BIRDS OF KILLINGWORTH, Adapted from Longfellow
     THE TRAILING ARBUTUS, Indian Legend
     HIDDEN TREASURE, Grimm
     THE LITTLE BROWN BROTHER, Emily Nesbit
     HOW THE FLOWERS GROW, Gabriel Setoun
     WISE MEN OF GOTHAM, Old English Story
     THE MILLER'S GUEST, English Ballad (adapted)
     SADDLE TO RAGS, English Ballad (adapted)
     THE ROCK-A-BY LADY, Eugene Field
     THE SAND MAN, Margaret Vandergrift
     A DICTIONARY
     SUGGESTIONS TO TEACHERS
     
 Girl reading a book      Oh, for a nook and a story-book,
     With tales both new and old;
     For a jolly good book whereon to look
     Is better to me than gold.
     —OLD ENGLISH SONG.
 

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