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" A series of Readers planned to teach the great laws of nature in language simple enough to be intelligible to every child who can read. " We have seldom, if ever, met with so interesting and instructive a set of science primers as these little volumes."—... "
The Wonders of Plant Life Under the Microscope - Page 245
by Sophia M'llvaine Bledsoe Herrick - 1883 - 248 pages
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The Literary World, Volume 13

Books - 1882
...Science for the Young. SCIENCE LADDERS. Edited by N. D'AuVER8, author of the " History of Art," etc. A series of Readers planned to teach the great laws...enough to be Intelligible to every child who can read. The volumes, while purely elementary, aim at awakening the powers of observation and reasoning. Square...
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The Publishers Weekly, Volume 22

American literature - 1882
...il. sq. S. (Science ladders, no. i.)bds., 500. The first book of a scries of science readers intended to teach the great laws of nature in language simple...enough to be intelligible to every child who can read. Although purely elementary, this series aims at awakening the powers of observation and of reasoning,...
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The Wonders of Plant Life Under the Microscope

Sophia M'Ilvaine Bledsoe Herrick - Botany - 1883 - 248 pages
...195. r. Yeast, 62. Z. Zygospore, 43, 44, 54. THE END. Science Ladders. By N. D'ANVERS. Square i6mo, fully illustrated, boards. Per volume, 50 cents. I....vocabulary for children, and attractively illustrated."— ff. Y. World. PRACTICAL OBJECT-TEACHING. The First Book of Knowledge. By Prof. FREDERICK GUTHRIE. l6mo,...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 23

Science - 1883
...natural history readers, the special purpose of which is to teach the great laws of the animal kingdom in language simple enough to be intelligible to every child who can read. It teaches what an animal is and what protoplasm is, and describes the rhizopoda, sponges, infusoria,...
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Science Ladders ...

N. D'Anvers - Discoveries in geography - 1884
...Sons Nrw York AUTHOR'S NOTE. FORMS OF LAND AND WATER is one of a series of Science Readers intended to teach the great Laws of Nature in language simple...enough to be intelligible to every child who can read. Purely elementary, this series aims at awakening the powers of observation and of reasoning, thus making...
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The Kansas City Review of Science and Industry, Volume 8

Science - 1885
...Plants," "Lowest Forms of Water Animals," "Lowly Mantle and Armor- Bearers." The series is intended to teach the great laws of nature in language simple enough to be intelligible to every child and yet with accuracy and completeness. It aims at awakening the powers of observation and reasoning...
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The Publishers Weekly, Volume 27

American literature - 1885
...explanatory and critical notes, with introduction by President AD White i 50 jy Anvers (N.). Science ladders. A series of readers planned to teach the great laws of nature in language simpie enough to be intelligible to every child who can read. The volume*, while purely elementary,...
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The Academy and Literature, Volume 25

1884
...ANIMALS; or " Science Ladders" V. and VI. *.* Theso " Science Ladders" form a Series of Readers intended to teach the great laws of nature in language simple...enough to be intelligible to every child who can read. Purely elementary, they aim at awakening the powers of observation and of reasoning, thus making pupils...
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