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The title of this book includes the word “elementary”, but it doesn’t mean that the book is written for K-6 students.
Elementary in this sense means “first things” or the beginning of a study. This book is made for high school and college students who wish to [...]Continue Reading →
Children want to know the relation existing between things in the world about them. I am thoroughly convinced also that they are capable of understanding many of the processes involved in the shaping of the earth, but because of the idea that the subject is too difficult, or from [...]Continue Reading →
This site, along with its sister sites, are packed with loads of public domain clip art that you can use for any project you like!
A Clipart History has clipart depicting ancient civilizations all the way up to modern times. You can search any term or browse by categories.
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A wild, adventurous “living book” with plenty of illustrations! Most of the stories deal with how things work or curiosities of nature but some of them are pure fiction.
From the preface:
Come along, boys and girls! We are off on our rambles. But please do not ask me where we [...]Continue Reading →
Do you have a rock collector in your house? This wonderful little book was published in 1950 but its copyright was never renewed.
The serious naturalist or archeologist will enjoy the detailed illustrations and exciting text. It covers everything from types of rock, formations, what is made from stone, and even [...]Continue Reading →