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selection of children's books.
Principles of Green, Samuel Swett, comp. Libraries and schools. 126 p. S.
N. Y. 1882. Leypoldt 50c.
Green, S: S. The relation of the public library to the schools.
(also in Lib. j. Sep.-Oct. 1880, 5 : 235–43) - Libraries as educational institutions. Metcalf, R. C. The public library as an auxiliary to the public
schools. Foster, W: E. The relation of libraries to the school system.
(also in Lib. j. Ap. 1880, 5:99-104)
- A plan of systematic training in reading at school. For sale by tbe office of the Publishers' weekly, New York. Adams, Emma Louise. Library work with schools. (see Lib.j. Ap. 1898, 23:137-41)
020.5 qL6i e Many practical suggestions. Druar, Margaret. The public library as an aid in the school room. (see Lib. j. Ap. 1899, 24 : 143-44)
020.5 qL61 e *Eastman, Linda A. The child, the school and the library. (see Lib.j. Ap. 1896, 21:134-39)
020.5 qL61 e Reprinted as panıphlet, 22r. T. N. Y. 1896. Foster, William Eaton. The school and the library. (see Educ. rev. Mar. 1900, 19:279-89)
370.5 Ed82e Reprinted as pampblet by N. E. A., 1899. 150, Green, Samuel Swett. Libraries and schools. (see Lib. j. Dec. 1891, 16: C22-26)
020.5 qL61 e A paper read at San Francisco conference of the A. L. A. *Hewins, Caroline Maria. Relation of Hartford public library to the
public schools. (see Lib.j. Sep. 1894, 19:292-95) 020.5 qL6 e Sargent, Abby L. Reference work among school children. (see Lib. j. Ap. 1895, 20:121-22)
020.5 qL61 e *Young, Clement C. Use of the library. (see N. E. A. Addresses and proceedings. 1899, 30:1150-55)
370.6 N21 e - The public library and public school. (see Lib. j. Ap. 1896, 21:140-44)
020.5 qL6i e
PRINCIPLES OF SELECTION OF CHILDREN'S BOOKS
028.5 В95 e Uncommonly useful and suggestive book on children's reading. Discusses theory, instances books practically tested, gives recommended list. N. Y. state trav, lib. Subject no. 372, p. 4.
*Field, Mrs E. M. (Story). The child and his book: some account Principles of
of the history and progress of children's literature in England. children's 356p.illus. O. Lond. pref. 1891. Gardner 6s. 028.5 F45 e
A brief history of children's literature in England, illustrated by a few wood cuts and many extracts... The historical survey is wide, the studies from original sources, and the book should be in every pedagogic library.
Ped. sem. June 1892, 2; 147. *Foster, William Eaton. Developing a taste for good literature. (see Lib.j. May 1897, 22: 245-57)
020.5 qL61 e Reprinted in pamphlet form, 7p.sy.0. N. Y. 1897, 028 F811. - What our pupils read outside of school. (see Journal of education, Nov. 30, 1893, 38 : 347–48)
370.5 9J824 e *Hartland, Edwin Sidney. Science of fairy tales, an inquiry into
fairy mythology. 372p. D. N. Y. 1891. Scribner & W. $1.25. (Contemporary science ser.)
398.4 1125 e Best presentation of the subject extant. Wilson, p. 17.
Tbe intluence of this book will unite librarian and children in a common love for fairy tales. Hawthorne, Julian. Literature for children. (see his Confessions and criticisms. 1887. p.100-27)
814.49 H31 e A plea for the cultivation of the imagination. Also in N. Amer. rer. Ap. 1881, 138: 383-96.
Published by Ticknor, $1.25. Repplier, Agnes. What children read. (see her Books and men. 1890. p. 64-93)
814 49 R29 e Also in Atlantic monthly, Jan. 1887, 59 : 23-32.
Published by Houghton, $1.25.
N. Y. 1891. United States book co. $1. 028.1 R39 e
Inspirational. *Salmon, Edward. Juvenile literature as it is. 243p. D. Lond. 1888. Drane 6s.
028.5 e A critical survey. Tuer, Andrew White, comp. Pages and pictures from forgotten
children's books. stop. illus. D. N. Y. 1898-99. Scribner $2.50.
028.5 T81 e Originally published in London, Simpkin 6s. — Stories from old fashioned children's books. 439p. illus. D. N. Y. 1899-1900. Scribner $2.50.
028.5 T8u e Two delightful books illustrated by many quaint reproductions. Originally published in London, Simpkin 6s.
selection of children's books
Principles of *Wiltse, Sara E. Place of the story in early education, and other
essays. 132p. D. Bost. 1892. Ginn 6oc. 370.4 W71 e
Interesting and practical essays on child training. Shows with special force the ethical value of well directed story telling. Binney, Mrs Herman H. Reading for children. (see National congress for mothers. Report of the proceedings. 1899. p.280-93)
649 P7 e Interesting and suggestive. *Cone, Mrs Kate (Morris). Children and literature. (see Education, Jan.-Feb. 1898, 18:290-98, 365-69)
370.5 Edge Bright and suggestive comments on some old favorites in poetry and story. Gayley, Julia G. Classics for children. (see Ped. sem. Oct. 1895, 3:342-46)
370.5 P34 e Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. Address. (see Lib.j. Sep.-Oct. 1879, 4: C357–59)
020,5 qL6 e Sensational literature to be supplied moderately and wisely.
Paper read at A. L. A. conference at Boston, 1879. Hunt, Clara Whitehill. Some means by which children may be led to read better books. (see Lib. j. Ap. 1899, 24: 147–49)
020.5 qL61 e Lawrence, Isabel. Children's interests in literature. (sce N. E. A.
Addresses and proceedings. 1899. p. 1044-51) 370.6 N21 e Lowe, May. Evolution applied to children's reading. (see Education, Ap. 1899, 19:486-94)
370.5 Ed8 e Possibilities of gradually influencing for good children's literary taste. Pawtucket free public library. The free public library and the dinne novel. (see Lib. j. May 1885, 10:105)
020.5 qL61 e A scrapbook showing misfortunes of boys who imitated sensational heroes, was the ivgenious device which the Pawtucket librarian used as a warning
against dime novel reading. * Slater, Gertrude. Concerning children's books. (see Journal of edu
cation (London) Jan. 1897, new ser. 19:21-22) 370.5 71824 e
Thoughtful discussion of principles underlying the influence of children's books and their ethical value. Welsh, Charles. Early history of children's books in New England
(see New Eng. mag. Ap. 1899, ser. 3, 20:147-60) 051 N422 e
The superior figures tell the exact place on the page in ninths; e.g. 7613 means p. 761, beginning in the third ninth of the page, i. e. about one third of the way down.
Children's room, administration, 7612
622. Clarke, J. F. Self-culture, 7568. Cleveland library league, 7628. Compayré, Gabriel. History of peda
gogy, 7594 Cone, Mrs Kate (Morris). Children
and literature, 7663.
Davidson, Thomas. Rousseau and
education according to nature, 7601. De Garmo, Charles. Herbart and the
Herbartians, 7607. Druar, Margaret. Public library as an
aid in the schoolroom, 7614.
Adams, C: F. jr. Public library and
public school, 7641. Adams, E. L. Library work with schools, 7613.
— Methods of children's library work, 7615. Addams, Jane & others. Philanthropy
and social progress, 7578. Addis, Wilford. Legal rights of chil
dren, 7564, Adler, Felix. Moral instruction of
children, 7572. American Journal of psychology, 7532. Baldwin, J. M. Mental development
in the child, 7561 - Social and ethical interpreta
tions in mental development, 7552. - Story of the mind, 7545. Baldwin, Joseph. Psychology applied
to art of teaching, 7584. Binney, Mrs H. H. Reading for chil
dren, 7662. Birtwell, C: W. Home libraries, 7622. Blow, S. E.. Symbolic education, 7605. Bosanquet, Bernard & others. Phil
anthropy and social progress, 7578. Brett, W: H: Relations of public li
brary to public schools, 7635. Browning, Oscar. Short history of
education, 7593. Burt, M., E., Literary landmarks, 7618. Butler, N. M. Meaning of education,
Eastman, L. A. The child, the school and the library, 7614.
The library and the children, 7629.
- Methods of work for children, 7628. Education, see Pedagogy. Education (periodical), 75:33. Educational review, 7534. Ethics, 7563-573.
Carnegie library of Pittsburgh (Pa.) |
Report for 1899, 7618. Carter, H. J. Traveling libraries of
illustrations, 7627. Child and the library, 7612-649. Child study, 7557-562. Children's books, principles of selec.
tion, 7648-669. Children's library league, 7628.
Fairchild, E. M. Methods of children's library work, 7614.
- Society's need of effective ethical instruction in school, 7565. Fairchild, Mrs Salome (Cutler). Homo
libraries, 7623. Field, Mrs E. M. (Story). The child
and his book, 7651. Foster, W: E. Developing a taste for good literature, 7652.
- Plan of systematic training in reading at school, 7613.
- Relation of libraries to school system, 7613 - School and the library, 7615.
What our pupils read outside of school, 7653,
Fröbel, F; A; W; Education of man,
Kindergarten, 7611, 7613.
Gayley, J. G. Classics for children,
Lange, Karl. Apperception, 7554.
Lawrence, Isabel. Children's interests 7663.
in literature, 7665. Giddings, F. H. & others. Philan
Libraries, see Home and traveling thropy and social progress, 7578.
libraries. Great Britain-Education department.
Library journal, 7535. Special reports on educational sub
Library league, 7628. jects, 7637..
Lowe, May. Evolution applied to Green, S: S. Libraries and schools,
children's reading, 7606. 7641, 7616. - Libraries as educational insti.
Marsh, H. A. New aspect of child tutions, 7612.
study, 7624. - Relation of public library to
Metcalf, R. C. Public library as an schools, 7611
auxiliary to public schools, 761. - Use of pictures in libraries, 7621.
Mind, 7536. - & others. Public school and
Moore, A. C. Special training for
children's librarian, 7613. public library, 7638.
Morgan, C. L. Psychology for teachGreenwood, J. M. How to judge a school, 7634.
Muirhead, J: H: Elements of ethics, Guyau, J.M. Education and heredity,
Munroe, J.P. Educational ideal, 7597. Hall, G. S. Contents of children's minds on entering school, 7557.
National congress of mothers. Report Hamerton, P. G. Intellectual life,
of proceedings, 7537.
National educational association. Ad7567 Harris, W: T. Herbart and Pestalozzi
dresses and proceedings, 7538.
National educational association compared, 7608.
Committee on the relations of public Harrison, Elizabeth. Study of child
libraries to public schools. Report nature, 7608. Hartland, E.S. Science of fairy tales,
1899, 7636. 7653.
Ogle, J: J. Report on connection be Hawthorne, Julian. Confessions and tween public library and public criticisms, 7655.
elementary school, 7637, - Literature for children, 7655. O'Shea, M. V. Psychology for norHerbart, J; F; 7607.
mal schools, 7551. Hewins, C. M. Relation of Hartford public library to public scliools, 7616.
Pawtucket free public library. Free Iligginson, T: W. Address, 7664.
public library and the dime novel, Holman, Henry. Education, 7587.
7666, Ilome and traveling libraries, 7622. Pedagogical seminary, 7539. Hunt, C. W. Some means by which Pedagogy, history, theory, 7584–192;
children may be led to read better systems, 7601-612. books, 7605.
Pestalozzi, J; H; 760%. Huntington, J. 0. S. & others. Phil. - How Gertrude teaches her anthropy and social progress, 7579.
Philanthropy and social progress, 7578. James, William. Psychology, 7517. Philosophical review, 7511. - Talks to teachers, 7516.
Pictures, use of, 7621, 7627. Journal of education, 7533,
| Playgrounds, 7631,