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The British Empire in Pictures A Geographical Reading Book

Nature volume 85, page 39 (10 November 1910) | Download Citation



THE thirty-two excellent illustrations in colour which form the distinguishing characteristic of this book will serve excellently to predispose young pupils in favour of the study of geography. As a supplement to the more serious work of the class-room, the book should prove useful, and it should not be difficult to get children to read the book as a leisure-hour undertaking.

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