Fact And Story Readers Book One was written by leading educators of the 1930's. Henry Suzzallo, George Freeland, Katherine McLaughlin and Ada Skinner all contributed to this early "learning to read" book. It is illustrated by "Ruth Hallock and Others".
This delightful children's book is beautifully illustrated throughout with full color illustrations on just about every page. This is an early reader us older folks were brought up on. Like the wonderful Dick and Jane books, this book has children in daily activities as well as quizzes, a poem by Robert Louis Stevenson and clearly legible text.
Sections include: Children at Home and School Work and Play in the County Merry Tales
This book looks like perhaps it was never used. There are no school or library markings. It has bright red illustrated cloth covers and exceptionally clean pages. There is a small tear on the bottom of the first "contents" page seemingly from someone flipping through too quickly. Otherwise, this vintage reader is in excellent condition.