This is a fabulous resource for parents who are home schooling children aged ten and younger, or who are simply looking for ways to forestall television and/or video-game addiction in their children.
This library is comprised of the 15-volume set of Childcraft: The How and Why Library, published by World Book Encyclopedia in 1967, plus five annual supplements published from 1967 through 1972.
The volumes are in excellent condition and will make a handsome addition to any bookshelf.
Volumes 1 to 14 and the annual supplements are each devoted to broad themes or topics.
Volume 15 is a guide and index to the set that helps parents plot a course of study tailored to their children's interests.
The library includes 6,384 pages of stories, poems, lessons, activities, articles, etc. as well as hundreds of superb photos and illustrations.
The 15-volume set may be purchased, without the annual supplements, for $120.
The annuals may be purchased, as a set of five, for $60.
Annuals may be purchased for $15 each. Volumes and titles:
1. Poems and Rhymes
2. Stories and Fables
3. World and Space
4. Life Around Us
5. Holidays and Customs
6. How Things Change
7. How We Get Things
8. How Things Work
9. Make and Do
10. What People Do
11. Scientists and Inventors
12. Pioneers and Patriots
13. People to Know
14. Places to Know
15. Guide and Index Annuals:
1967 - Braving the Elements
1969 - About Me
1970 - Children Everywhere
1971 - About Animals
1972 - The Green Kingdom
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