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child"s companion and juvenile instructor

child"s companion and juvenile instructor

new series : 1848.

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Published by Religious Tract Society in [London] .
Written in English

  • Conduct of life -- Juvenile literature.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesJuvenile instructor
    GenreJuvenile literature.
    ContributionsBaxter, George, 1804-1867, Religious Tract Society (London, England)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 380 p., [1] leaf of plates :
    Number of Pages380
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21299064M

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    The Child's Companion and Juvenile Instructor. The RTS's first juvenile periodical; notes on The Religious Tract Society: founded in by George Burder ( - ) and others as a protestant and evangelical organization for issuing tracts, it became a significant publisher of "improving" popular fiction, both magazines and books, in the midth century; the Society's publishing wing was. Child's companion and juvenile instructor Child's companion and youth's instructor: Reviews. User-contributed reviews. Tags. Add tags for "The child's companion, or, Sunday scholar's reward.". Be the first. Similar Items. Related Subjects: (9) Children's literature, English -- Periodicals. Children's periodicals, English.

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There is a previous owners name and date of April 23rd on the front end paper. The Child's companion, and juvenile instructor., Collection of British art from the Elizabethan period to the present day, including paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints, rare books, and manuscripts.

THE CHILD'S COMPANION AND JUVENILE INSTRUCTOR Author: No author listed Published by: The Religious Tract Society Published date: Description: Hardback. Fair condition. Small format.

Colour frontis and another colour plate. Covers are very worn and chipped, with splitting and fraying to spine, with a bit of loss. Covers are Rating: % positive. The Childs Companion & Juvenile Instructor Antique Book Illustrated. Condition is Acceptable. Has some moisture damage and outer cover and spine has damage.

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The Child's Companion and Juvenile Instructor Walton, Mrs. [Amy Catherine Walton (9 August - ), born Amy Catherine Deck and better known as Mrs O. Walton, was an English author of Christian children's books. She was the daughter of an Anglican priest, married another and spent four years living in Jerusalem].

(Book #ID ). The Religious Tract Society was founded in as a publisher that issued religious tracts throughout England. Its aim was to promote literacy, religion, and appropriate behavior among the “lower classes." The Society soon added material for children to its publication list, reprinting tracts by Hannah More and other 18th-century writers who composed works for young readers.

The Child's Companion and Juvenile Instructor. January-December By Anon. London- The Religious Tract Society. 6" by 4". Children's periodicals Periodicals Juvenile works Baxter prints Periodicals Juvenile literature: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Child's companion and juvenile instructor (OCoLC) Material Type: Periodical: Document Type: Journal / Magazine / Newspaper: All Authors / Contributors: Religious Tract Society (Great Britain.

Book, 'The Child's Companion, and Juvenile Instructor' About this object. This hardbound book, entitled The Child’s Companion, and Juvenile Instructor, belonged to Muriel Kerr Taylor.

Muriel was awarded the book when she was nine years old for “attendance, lessons & conduct” at St. Luke’s Sunday School in Mount Albert. Juvenile periodicals were fairly new inthe year of the earliest publication we hold in this collection, The Juvenile Magazine, or Miscellaneous Repository of Useful Information.

Children read primarily for education abd moral instruction. As a browse of the collection reveals, the concept of reading for pleasure made its way into the genre.

A complete twelve part run, in original state, of this well regarded juvenile periodical. Issued by the Religious Tract Society with the intention of promoting literacy and providing moral and spiritual training to a young readership, the series proved remarkably popular - no doubt given the affordable one-penny price of each part - first appearing in and running until Child's companion Juvenile instructor Note Printed by William Stevens, 37 Bell Yard, Temple Bar.

Description based on: Note Stanford copy 1 (RBC): Binding: green cloth. Provenance: Ann Dobson (signature). Continues Child's companion, or, Sunday scholar's reward.

“Child’s Companion and Juvenile Instructor.” The Waterloo Directory of English Newspapers and Periodicals,Series 2. John S. North. Waterloo, Ont: North Waterloo Academic Press. Law, Cheryl. “Child’s Companion; or Sunday Scholar’s Reward (). Citation “Child's Companion and Juvenile Instructor, ,” Columbia University Libraries Online Exhibitions, accessed June 3,y.

The Child's Companion And Juvenile InstructorLondon: The Religious Tract Society, 56 Patermoster Row. General condition is good, boards are good, front cover is still bright, there are a few grubby fingermarks and a couple of margin only tears, a good sound volume.

The Child's Companion and Juvenile Instructor, Subjects: Vignettes; Cats Format: books Place of Origin: London (England) Publisher: The Religious Tract Society Date: Language: English Library Location: Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Columbia University Browse Location’s Digital Content Digital Project: Judging a Book by its Cover.I have here for sale a book entitled THE CHILD'S COMPANION and JUVENILE INSTRUCTOR published by THE RELIGOUS TRACT SOCIETY in 2 colour plates and 51 b/w illustrations throughout.

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