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1920 Journal of geography (Houston)  
HE best text ever published to interest the young child in the T study of geography. He is taken on imaginary journeys to his little brothers in foreign lands. The approach through the study of home geography and the delightful story method of introducing new subjects make the book unsurpassed for children in the early grades. It holds their interest. It gives them an excellent understanding of the basic facts. Moreover, the simple facts of physical and mathematical geography covered are just
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