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Botany Rambles Part ii In the Summer

Nature volume 70, page 222 (07 July 1904) | Download Citation



THE young learners for whom this little book is intended are urged persistently to see for themselves, by examining plants, that what is told them in the lessons is true. They are instructed in simple language how to set about this work of verification and are urged to make use of their own eyes to find out additional facts for themselves. It is evident that the Writer understands children and knows how to arrest their interested attention.

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