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McGuffey's Third Eclectic Reader Hardcover – November 25, 1997
Gravity Falls: Journal 3
Journal 3 brims with every page ever seen on the show plus all-new pages with monsters and secrets, notes from Dipper and Mabel, and the Author's full story. Hardcover
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"McGuffey's Readers" are a delight. I read the books cover to cover and loved every single story contained therein. These two literary tools [the Readers and the BB Speller] were how America learned to read for 150 years. And after *wasting* 18 months listening to reading "specialists" in public schools, *I* taught my daughter to read in under 6 weeks.
She is now in her sophomore year of college (honor student, too) and is a prolific reader.
I *highly* recommend McGuffey's Readers for any parent who wants to teach their child to read. It is a book you will keep forever, and it is something to be handed down to your children and their children and on and on.
And as a prior reviewer stated, they are a real keyhole peak into a bygone time. Plus, the stories are very moral and leave a strong [good!] impression on young minds.
I was thinking about using this for our home schooling curriculum. I downloaded the Kindle version (free!) largely to look at, although my son loves reading on my Kindle so I could have saved myself buying a copy.
Anyway. There is something seriously wrong with the digital copy. It looks like somebody didn't scan the text properly because the heading is scattered throughout the text. Like this:
looked at the mouse. The mouse
THIRD ECLECTIC READER
ran very fast.
(for example). It's unusable. It totally breaks up the flow of the text, and the reader would have to read around these extra words. I know my son is very particular and would probably insist on reading these extra words. Which totally destroys the point of doing oral reading exercises.
Does anybody know why it would do this, or if it could be fixed? I'm on to find a different copy... at the very least, this did afford me the chance to look at the books without going to the store. But we won't be able to use this digital copy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We use these in our one room schoolhouse program that's set in 1892. Wonderful lessons.Published 3 months ago by Anne G'fellers
A great supplement to our homeschooling language arts program. We mostly use for reading aloud. So far I've been pleased with the Primer and this Third reader. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Michele J.
Story exactly as the movie but different ending which I did not likePublished 22 months ago by Barbara Christian