Stone's Silent Reading: Book Three
Stone, Clarence R
Pages 147-53 present six fables with multiple choices for morals. Then there is a page of nice small colored pictures. The Geese and the Crane becomes The Crows and the Dove. Page xviii complains that pupils often get the story without getting the moral! The real content value of the fable lies in the moral lesson taught. This Omaha copy is slashed on 237.
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