. The Bookshelf for boys and girls Children's Book of Fact and Fancy . has the English Language so Many Words from Others?—Why Do weLearn Latin When no Country Talks It?—Why Are There so Many Languages?—Did Man Always Write?—Which People First Wrote Books?—What Does Encyclo-paedia Mean?—What Do we Mean by Tradition?—Does the Shape of the BrainMean Anything?—What is a Thought?—What Makes Us Think—Why Can weThink of Only One Thing at a Time?—Can we Ever Stop Thinking?—Do we Thinkin Words?—Can we Think without Words?—Can we Teach Ourselves to Think?—Why Does the Face Change When we Think Hard?—Ca

. The Bookshelf for boys and girls Children's Book of Fact and Fancy . has the English Language so Many Words from Others?—Why Do weLearn Latin When no Country Talks It?—Why Are There so Many Languages?—Did Man Always Write?—Which People First Wrote Books?—What Does Encyclo-paedia Mean?—What Do we Mean by Tradition?—Does the Shape of the BrainMean Anything?—What is a Thought?—What Makes Us Think—Why Can weThink of Only One Thing at a Time?—Can we Ever Stop Thinking?—Do we Thinkin Words?—Can we Think without Words?—Can we Teach Ourselves to Think?—Why Does the Face Change When we Think Hard?—Ca Stock Photo
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. The Bookshelf for boys and girls Children's Book of Fact and Fancy . has the English Language so Many Words from Others?—Why Do weLearn Latin When no Country Talks It?—Why Are There so Many Languages?—Did Man Always Write?—Which People First Wrote Books?—What Does Encyclo-paedia Mean?—What Do we Mean by Tradition?—Does the Shape of the BrainMean Anything?—What is a Thought?—What Makes Us Think—Why Can weThink of Only One Thing at a Time?—Can we Ever Stop Thinking?—Do we Thinkin Words?—Can we Think without Words?—Can we Teach Ourselves to Think?—Why Does the Face Change When we Think Hard?—Can People Read our Thoughts? Poems for Children of All Ages, Part XIV 198-208 That I ittle Christmas Tree (Helen S. Perkins)—Down by the Sea (P. A. Plarkcr) —Wasted Pity (S. Virginia Levis)—Bennie Bent (Clara O. Lyon)—The Road toFairy Land (Cecil Cavendish)—The Bells (Edgar Allan Poc)—Hiawathas Sailing(Henry W. Longfellow)—The Gray Swan (Alice Cory)—The Owl (Alfred, LordTennyson)—A Christmas Lullaby (John A. Symonds). THE EVOLUTION OF THE BOOK—II. FROM THE MURAL DECORATIONS BY J. W. ALEXANDER IN THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, WASHINGTON, D. (UPPER: EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPHICS- LOWER: PICTURE-WRITING 144 STORIES IN POEM AND PICTUREFOR LITTLE FOLK PART IV THREE WELSHMEN There were three jolly WelshmenAs I have heard them say, And they would go a-huntingUpon St. Davids day. All the day they hunted, And nothing could they find But a ship a-sailing, A-sailing with the wind. One said it was a ship, The other he said, nay;The third said it was a house, With the chimney blown away. Then all the night they hunted, And nothing could they find But the moon a-gliding, A-gliding with the wind. One said it was the moon, The other he said, nay;The third said it was a cheese, With one half cut away. IF! If all the seas were one sea, What a great sea that would be!And if all the trees were one tree, What a great tree that would be !And if all the axes were one

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