It is sometimes said that stories of this description
are of far more use to the teachers than to the taught.
It may be so. Long ago the well-known "Langley
School" taught hundreds of young ladies to care for village school-children,
and what sort of training to give them. If this little attempt can show
to any, at a time when change and difficulty make many feel great discouragement,
how the same happy relations and the same mutual affection can exist
amidst the much more elaborate conditions of a modern town-school, it
will, through them, at any rate, benefit their scholars.
1. QUACK, QUACK.
2. BULLY BRINDLE.
3. SNOWDROP'S EGGS.
4. FANNY'S DOLL.
5. A MILLER, A MOLLAR,
A TEN-O'CLOCK SCHOLAR.
6. THE THIRD STANDARD.