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PRINCIPLES AND METHODS OF MR. ALBERT E. ROBERTS, in his article bearing this
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the teacher and librarian mutually, and it is a pleasure to a

librarian to read a teacher's appreciation of the good work of
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understanding eye the work of the American librarian, he
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Mr. Roberts, probably accounts for the fact that he is not so

great a reader of books as the Englishman-and the English
Tennyson. Edited by B. C. Mulliner. Lady of library must accomplish this larger work on an income con-

Shalott and other Poems. English siderably less than one-third of that accruing to American
Idylls and other Poems.

libraries. The English library is financed by a penny rate
volumes bound together, 3s.

[Immediately. which, in a town having a population of a hundred and fifty
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thousand, produces approximately £3,500; the American

[Immediately. library receives a product of a tax of one mill on the dollar on
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the value of property, and in a similar town has an income of
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over £12,000. Hence, our fortunate cousins have greater
Voyages of Drake and Gilbert, Select resources, larger and better paid staffs, and consequently

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children. But, even in crippling circumstances, much work

for children is done in England, and it is fair to assume that,
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One must not expect to find in England the palatial library

buildings one sees in America, for reasons just given, and
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possibly because the civic pride which marks the average

American does not, as far as my experience goes, exist to the
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of most English public libraries, although they have improved

of recent years, are frankly utilitarian and ugly.
Préface du « Cromwell." By Victor Hugo. The open shelf system, which Mr. Roberts justly praises,
Edited by EDMOND WAHL.

(Oxford Higher French Series.)

has been in operation in a large number of libraries here for

nearly twenty years and is gaining in favour rapidly. Mr.
Plato's Doctrine of Ideas. By J. A. STEWART,

Roberts is probably aware of this, for one of the best open
shelf libraries in the whole world is the Central Library in his

own borough of Islington : and, to name a few libraries in the
OXFORD CLASSICAL TEXTS.

London area only which use this system, one may mention

also Finsbury, Cripplegate, Southwark, Walthamstow, Herne
New Yolumes.

Hill, Hammersmith, Hampstead, Kingston - upon - Thames,
Thucydides.-Histories, Book IV. Edited

Wood Green, Croydon, Bromley (in Kent), Twickenham, and
by T. R. Mills. With a General Introduction by H. STUART JONES. Cloth,
35. 6d. ; paper covers, 3s.

Hornsey, and there are others.

To begin with, nearly every English public library has a
Cicero Orationes.--Quinct., Rosc., Com.,

department exclusively reserved for children. The older
Caec., Leg. Agr., Rab. Perduell., Flacc., Pis., Rab. Post.
Edited by A. C. CLARK. Cloth, 3s. ; paper covers, 25. od.

libraries have a large alcove set aside for them ; the newer
libraries have separate lending libraries, reference libraries,

and reading rooms for them. At Cardiff, Islington, and
THE OXFORD GEOGRAPHIES.

Chelsea, for example, the children's rooms are some of the

most handsome and attractive in the building, spacious, well
Edited by A. J. HERBERTSON,

lighted and furnished, decorated with suitable and attractive
Practical Geography. By J. F. UNSTEAD.

pictures, and provided with the best books. At Cardiff the
Part I., Is. 6d. Part II., Is. 6d. (immediately). Parts I., II., 25 writer has watched a class from one of the elementary schools
(immediately).

receiving in the children's hall a lesson from their teacher,
School Gardening. By P. ELFORD and S. HEATON. who was using for that lesson the admirable collection of
Crown 8vo, cloth.

[Immedintelv. illustrations which the library possesses for this. and similar

purposes. At the conclusion of the lesson the children sat
School Garden Note Book, By the same down at the tables, each with a fairy book, for half an hour's
rown 8vo, limp cloth, gd. net.

individual reading. At Islington, when the room is full of

children, as it is every evening, it is a constant practice for
Select List of Educational Works, List of Books set for various Examina- a librarian to give the youngsters an unannounced homily on
tions, and Complete Catalogue (160 pages) post free.

the choice of books and the objects of reading. The Croydon

libraries have regular object lessons in the use of the libraries,
London: HENRY FROWDE, Oxford University Press, Amen Corner, E.C. which are given to classes from the schools; a librarian

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25. 6d. net.

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