Open Doors

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Friebele, Mary Louise
Leavell, Ullin Whitney
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1957
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Here is the 1961 printing of a 1957 book I first found twenty-six years ago. As is only appropriate, this copy is in better condition than that. Still, it has a damp basement odor. It was used in Atlantic, Iowa, community schools. From all I can tell, nothing about the book has changed. As I wrote then, the book has six fables, each ending a section of this early grade-school reader. See 40, 76, 108, 144, 179, and 216. Simple colored pictures in a mass-produced book. TH on 216 presents a good graphic illustration of what dawdling means. GA is curiously softened: the ant says nothing in winter, and the grasshopper learns he was wrong to laugh at her. There is a tear on 41.
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