1919 1st edition; The Young Folks Treasury; The University Society publishers, New York; hardbound in burgundy boards with gilt lettering on cover and spine - spine is a little faded, see pic; quite good condition with unmarked pages and strong binding; no dust jacket.
This early work by William B. Forbush and Caroline Benedict Burrel contains a series of lessons for the physical, mental and moral training of children. It gives advice on play, home education, and character building, for the use of mothers and others involved in raising children.
From Introduction -
This book is intended to help the mother to develop and train her children in the best and wisest way, from their babyhood until they reach adult years. It begins iwth Suggestions in Child-Training, with a Chart showing clearly how the normal child passes from one period of life to another, and suggests the help he needs at each stage...