Aren’t these illustrations from Essential Science 4 Schofield & Sims wonderful? Advertisements
We found this wonderful little book in a charity shop, published by McDougall’s Educational Co Ltd in 1935. http://schoolreading70sbooks.weebly.com/speech-house.html
We found one of these in a charity shop and fell in love with it. Published by George Philip and Son and full of lovely poetry gems.
A rainy day book, the Instant Picture Books, with the transfers that allowed you to complete the pictures yourself. They covered a wide range of topics, I also seem to remember one of these on the subject of Joe 90 as well. http://schoolreading70sbooks.weebly.com/instant-picture-books.html
These are from the 40’s and 50’s. I first discovered these as my father still had one from his school days. We have managed to find several copies of these in charity shops. http://schoolreading70sbooks.weebly.com/the–a-l–bright-readers.html
On Friday I wrote about the homework Maths books that my parents bought for me during holidays. As I got older the Maths books got harder and they became these books. These were far more grown up and no nice pictures either! http://schoolreading70sbooks.weebly.com/longman-basic-maths-book.html
During summer holidays I was given maths books to do by my parents. These maths books used to have mainly orange and black ink and the answers were to be written in square boxes. Although I have never been actually able to find the exact books I was given, I do remember they had a… Continue reading Little Orange Boxes