Everyday Classics: Primer-eighth Reader, Libro 6
The Everyday classics are a series of school readers basued upon a valid principle and a vital need. The principle is that there is a considerable body of good literature which is simple enough to be understood and enjoyed by children. It is of good value to read stories like these childhood to be retained as an influence upon one's on attitude towards life. The need for such a series is seen in the fact that many children are put in touch with so little of this common heritage.
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HERCULES AND THE GOLDEN APPLES I II III Nathaniel Hawthorne
THE DUEL OF HECTOR AND AJAX
THE DEATH OF HECTOR
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