Very Good. No Jacket. Book Written by the beloved sister of noted Maine children's author, Kate Douglas Wiggin. Contains the title essay, as well as the spirit of reverence, training the imagination, the unsocial child, the children's guild of play, the guild of the brave poor things, the social inclosure of childhood, dame nature's play-school, shooting folly as it flies, the personality of the kindergarten training teacher, and our nursery tales: today and yesterday. Few light mottling marks on rear cover.
Very Good. Small hardcover, 120 pages. Chapters include: The Message of Froebel, The Spirit of Reverence, Training the Imagination, The Unsocial Child, The Children's Guild of Play, The Guild of the Brave Poor Things, The Social Inclosure of Childhood, Dame Nature's Play-School, Shooting Folly as it Flies, The Personality fo the Kindergarten Training Teacher, Our Nursery Tales Today and Yesterday. Owner name neatly written on front free endpaper, otherwise clean. Spine ends are lightly frayed, some traces of staining to purple cloth covers, still VERY GOOD.
First Edition. Signed and Inscribed by author. Collection of essays by American children's author active in the kindergarten movement of the early twentieth century. Very Good with some discoloration to cloth. Lacking dustjacket.
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