Publisher: Trieste Publishing
Product Dimensions: 6.14 x 9.21 inches
About the Book
Books that are Consumer Guides provide advice to potential customers about the relative merits of alternative brands of goods and services. Titles include: A Guide to the Choice of Books for Students & General Readers, and Clark's Boston Blue Book. Private Address and Carriage Directory and Ladies' Visiting and Shopping Guide for Boston.
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Books called Encyclopedias provides a large number of brief articles about items or matters of interest about a wide range of subject areas, although some encyclopedias may be specialized in a given subject area. Titles include: Encyclopaedia Coniferae, and Encyclopedia of diet: a treatise on the food question. In Five volumes.
And in this Book
Books about Teaching Methods discuss the principles used by teachers in educational institutions. Different teaching approaches are recommended for different subject areas, and have varied over the centuries. Examples of these titles include: A History of Education, A History of Education During the Middle Ages, the History of Educational Theories, A Method of Teaching Chemistry in Schools, Essays on Mathematical Education, Methods of Teaching Gymnastics, Religious Teaching in Secondary Schools, Story-Telling, Questioning and Studying, Three School Arts, The Teaching of History, Young boys and boarding-school, and The philosophy of school management.
Trieste Publishing’s aim is to provide readers with the highest quality reproductions of fiction and non-fiction literature that has stood the test of time. Our titles are produced from scans of the original books and as a result may sometimes have imperfections. To ensure a high-quality product we have:
- thoroughly reviewed every page of all the books in the catalog
- repaired some of the text in some cases, and
- rejected titles that are not of the highest quality.
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