Cornelius DeWitt has made the pictures for this Big Golden Book, and every double-spread has on one side, marginal drawings...

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THE GOLDEN BOOK OF WORDS

Cornelius DeWitt has made the pictures for this Big Golden Book, and every double-spread has on one side, marginal drawings with identifying words, a text of factual statements using the words, and opposite this, a full page in color. It is an interesting experiment at developing a growing vocabulary and should provide early reading aids, helped along by pictures. The content deals with familiar subjects, broad in scope, covering such things in every child's interest as house, school, clothes, pets, stores, tools, animals, seashore, trains, toys, machines, flowers, weather, circus, etc. The difficulty increases slightly as the pages turn- but repeat patterns and growing familiarity make this a good work book which is fun at the same time.

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Page Count: 78

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1949