3 edition of Facts and story readers ... found in the catalog.
Facts and story readers ...
|Statement||by Henry Suzzallo... George E. Freeland... Katherine L. McLaughlin... Ada M. Skinner... illustrated by Ruth M. Hallock and others.|
|Contributions||Freeland, George Earl, 1886- jt. author., McLaughlin, Katherine Louise, 1880- jt. author., Skinner, Ada M. b. 1878, jt. author.|
|LC Classifications||PE1119 .S865|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||30005741|
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