Scouting Through

By: Lewis, William Dodge and Rowland, Albert Lindsay

Price: $8.50

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Very Good


448 pp., plus index, dictionary and suggested reading lists. Lightly rubbed spots and soil on spine, small dark stain on rear cover. Previous owner's name in ink script on pictorial endpaper. Text clean. Several pastel color illustrations throughout. Front grayish green cover has a pictorial design showing an Indian brave kneeling and tending a campfire, against an orange sun. Book VI, designed for sixth-grade students, in the Winston "Silent Reader" series. An anthology of dozens of short readings, a few by famous writers such as Alfred Lord Tennyson and Mark Twain. Most are short non-fiction pieces on everyday topics. The authors, in their preface, note they are trying to teach pupils to read silently and quickly but with full comprehension. Content ranges widely, from newspaper articles to poetry Size: 8vo -- 8 in Tall

Title: Scouting Through

Author Name: Lewis, William Dodge and Rowland, Albert Lindsay

Illustrator: Hoopes, Florence J and Margaret C.

Categories: Education, Textbooks,

Publisher: Chicago, John C. Winston Co.: 1930

Binding: Cloth

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Type: Textbook

Seller ID: 009793

Keywords: EDUCATION. ELEMENTARY. READING, READERS. ANTHOLOGY