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LEAVITT'S OUTLINES OF BOTANY
$1.00 With Gray's Field, Forest, and Garden Flora
1.80 For the High School Laboratory and Class Room. By Robert Greenleaf Leavitt, A.M., of The Ames Botanical Laboratory.
Prepared at the request of the Botanical Department of Harvard University. The practical exercises and experiments have been so chosen that they may be performed by schools with even simple apparatus. The instructions for laboratory study are placed in divisions by themselves, preceding the related chapters of descriptive text. This latter follows in the main the sequence of topics in Gray's Lessons in Botany, but the greater part of it is entirely new.
The book combines the best features of the newest methods with that lucidity and definiteness which bave given Dr. Gray's text-books their extraordinary success. It therefore pays special attention to ecology. Morphology and physiology are fully treated. The illustrations number 384, and have been drawn with great care and accuracy. The appendix contains valuable suggestions for the teacher, and the index is very com plete, rendering possible reference to any topic.
Bradish's Stories of Country Life $0.40
These recollections of a childhood spent on a Northwestern farm aim to emphasize the attractiveness of life in the country, and to add to its charm by awakening an intelligent interest in its activities.
Dana's Plants and Their Children $0.65
These charming roadings are interesting as stories, and are not only instructive in themselves, but teach the most important lessons a child can learn to see, to think, and to observe for himself, and thus to become an intelligent student of nature. Kelly's Short Stories of Our Shy Neighbors
$0.50 Entertaining and instructive reading telling about the birds, insects, and other living creatures around us in such an interesting manner as to arouse in the child a desire to become better acquainted with the wonders of the animate world. Stokea's Ten Common Trees
$0.40 A series of simple nature lessons for young children, familiarly treated, and giving a few definite impressions of what trees are and how they live.
Holder's Stories of Animal Life $0.00
Au endeavor to create in young students an enthusiastic interest in Nature Study by presenting some of tbe remarkable phases of animal life; and at the same time to bring out inavy facto not generally available and cer. ering a wide field. Needham's Outdoor Studies
$0.40 A series of lessons in Nature Study given for the sake of the interest and educative value of the facts and pbenomena they set forth, and introducing a few of the simpler of our modern conceptions of nature at large.
JOURNAL OF EDUCATION
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