1950 School Book The Wonderful World of Science Book 2

This book was published by Charles Scribner's Sons and copyright is 1950. This great book has lovely color and black and white illustrations. Jimmy and Alice, 2 young children, take you through much of the book.

Contents are: ANIMALS AND THEIR FOODS

GETTING READY FOR WINTER

WATER AND ITS FORMS

MAGNETS

THE EARTH

ANIMALS AND THEIR BABIES

USEFUL AND HARMFUL ANIMALS

KEEPING WELL AND CLEAN -- in this one it actually shows a doctor making a house call, and look at the picture of the child, Alice, putting away a milk bottle in the old refrigerator.

This would be a wonderful home schooling book for the young kindergarten or 1st or 2nd grader. It is a hardback book and it is in very good condition with just the marks in the front that say Desk Copy and Dist. 38# which I am guessing is an old Country School like the one I grew up in.

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