Book Children's Science
The information highway may inform and teach with the speed of light, but what about the old school books of days gone by? Our children would probably not appreciate the artwork and simplicity of these old books, but we did learn from them, didn't we? This 1933 elementary school science book is a classic example. Published by Ginn, illustrated by Kay, and written by Gerald Craig and Agnes Burke,the text is planned to meet the needs of young children who are "looking about," touching, manipulating, experimenting, and asking questions in an effort to "find out." The book is interesting and fun to read, and remember. The only real signs of age are the minor fraying at the corners of the cover; there are no folded down page corners or torn pages.
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