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These stories are about Americans - people just like you - who have made a difference and changed the course of history. Look around the site and find what inspires you. Kate Kelly Dick and Jane: Story of These Early Readers Dick and Jane books were the predominant readers in public schools from the s through the early s.
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In the late s, the texts for grades seven and eight were re-packaged into a Basic Reading and Literature series consisting of Book 1 for seventh grade and Book 2 for eighth grade without any of the contents changing from the original late s versions. As an alternative to this more literary approach for these two grades, entirely new texts were published with shorter, simpler readings with the titles of Parades and More Parades for the seventh grade and Panoramas and More Panoramas for the eighth grade. In , Wide Wide World was published for the seventh grade and held a wide range of longer literary selections from authors such as Nathaniel Hawthorne, Emily Dickinson and Rudyard Kipling. In the middle s, the New Basic Readers underwent heavy revision. The books had a larger page size, new updated artwork, some shortened stories from previous editions and a very large portion of new stories. Dick, Jane, and Sally also were a bit older and a bit more sophisticated.
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Don't forget Sister Sally and Puff the cat too! The vintage original Dick and Jane readers to had much more to offer students and teachers than what most people even realize. Many people, collectors included are not aware of the numerous items that make up this complete series.
Please take out your pencils and notebooks. Just copy from the board. Put all nice apples for the teacher in the pretty basket by the window!
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