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The Resource My play is study : a book for children, translated from the German by L. Lermont

My play is study : a book for children, translated from the German by L. Lermont

Label
My play is study : a book for children
Title
My play is study
Title remainder
a book for children
Statement of responsibility
translated from the German by L. Lermont
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • ger
  • eng
Related
Member of
Cataloging source
CLU
Illustrations
plates
Index
no index present
Literary form
fiction
Target audience
juvenile
Label
My play is study : a book for children, translated from the German by L. Lermont
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • A translation with variations of "Mein Speilen ist Lernen."
  • Translator's preface: p. [5]
  • "Krummacher's parables, etc.": p. 63-92. Twelve parables, beginning with "The primitive people"
Contents
How play may be made useful -- The young gardeners -- The trial of Sophia's doll -- The ship launch -- The primitive people -- The young artist and his pictures -- Experience is the best teacher -- Judge not from outward appearance -- An unprofitable argument -- The trusting robin -- The innocent fancy of a child -- The butterfly -- Repentance -- The spider -- A type on Earth -- The seven children -- The value of sympathy -- The wish gratified -- The early violet -- The guiding star -- The new year's of an unhappy man -- The echo -- The wolf on his death-bed -- The ape and the fox -- the eagle and the fox -- The violet -- Prayer -- The child's hymn
Dimensions
19 cm.
Extent
111 p., [4] leaves of plates
Note
  • Brown bead cloth over boards; blocked in blind and gold.
  • Inscriptions in pencil on flyleaf: Emma M. Day, Presented by her Pa, March 16th A.D. 1860. From Emma Marcella Day Byam, 11 April 1929.
  • Ex libris Olive Percival; her lamb label.
Other physical details
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System control number
  • (OCoLC)30369208
  • ucoclc30369208
Label
My play is study : a book for children, translated from the German by L. Lermont
Publication
Note
  • A translation with variations of "Mein Speilen ist Lernen."
  • Translator's preface: p. [5]
  • "Krummacher's parables, etc.": p. 63-92. Twelve parables, beginning with "The primitive people"
Contents
How play may be made useful -- The young gardeners -- The trial of Sophia's doll -- The ship launch -- The primitive people -- The young artist and his pictures -- Experience is the best teacher -- Judge not from outward appearance -- An unprofitable argument -- The trusting robin -- The innocent fancy of a child -- The butterfly -- Repentance -- The spider -- A type on Earth -- The seven children -- The value of sympathy -- The wish gratified -- The early violet -- The guiding star -- The new year's of an unhappy man -- The echo -- The wolf on his death-bed -- The ape and the fox -- the eagle and the fox -- The violet -- Prayer -- The child's hymn
Dimensions
19 cm.
Extent
111 p., [4] leaves of plates
Note
  • Brown bead cloth over boards; blocked in blind and gold.
  • Inscriptions in pencil on flyleaf: Emma M. Day, Presented by her Pa, March 16th A.D. 1860. From Emma Marcella Day Byam, 11 April 1929.
  • Ex libris Olive Percival; her lamb label.
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)30369208
  • ucoclc30369208

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