Do you remember the Weekly Reader from elementary school? I attended elementary school in the 1960s and remember it well. Here are 24 issues from 1935-36. There are some gems in this bunch. Feb ‘36 has a story about a new giant airship soon to fly across the Alantic. The article mentions that smaller blimps had flown with no accidents. This was before the Hindenberg disaster in 1937. Another Feb. ‘36 headline declares “Mt. Everest, The Unconquered.” In March of ‘36 the headliner is anout the coast-to-coast highway being built in Canada. Today this is known as the Trans-Canada Highway. Feb ‘36 featured the death of King Gorge V of England and the coronation of King Edward VIII. April 1936 headline declares “Trouble Brews in Japan.” We all know the rest of that story. These news articles and puzzles for children certainly were pertinent back then and still are today. A piece of history to be preserved. Printed on newsprint paper so it is browned and a bit brittle. Shipped via media mail.