The Natural Method Readers: A Third Reader.
Haaren, John H
McManus, Hannah T
. Charles Scribner's Sons . Chicago ,
PE1117.M22 (Carlson Fable Collection, BIC bldg)
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A very nice book in good condition. Four fables, two done in the form of dramas. All have one black-and-white and at least one colored illustration. All four are well expanded. In Long Ears (11), the donkey never quite understood why he couldn't be treated like a lap dog. He is stopped while prancing around the house; he never gets to the master. In The Honest Woodman (17, drama), a stranger finds and returns the axes. In BC (60), there are three suggestions at the mouse meeting. The first, drowning, is withdrawn when belling is suggested, but the second, poisoning, is maintained up until the great idea is voted in by the mice. The Fox and the Wolf (159) is told in an expansive version that gets around to cheese in the well.