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nature. In this view, the reading-book becomes vastly more than a mere drill-book in elocution; and it becomes of the greatest consequence that it shouldl be rigorously shut up to the best, and niot made the idlle vehicle of the second best. It must never be forgotten that the days of a child's life are precious : it has no choice within the walls of the school-room. In its hours for reading it inust take wlhat we give it. Be sure thatdoi:10.1126/science.ns-12.301.225-b fatcat:fcuhtm7a4bephjocv5h3wquxbi