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will make these flowers seem more interesting the next time you see them? Which poem in this group is most musical?
Which is your favorite selection in the Spring and Summer group? Which makes you feel most keenly the joyousness of spring? Which shows humor in its comparisons? Recite the lines you have learned by heart in this group of poems.
What feeling do you have when you read "My Heart Leaps Up" and "The Fountain"? Mention instances when your heart leaped up. Do you think the lack of this feeling would make a difference in your life? How do you feel when you read the poem "The Sea"? How do you think the poet himself felt about the sea?
Which authors represented in the World of Nature group have you met before? Tell what you know about their lives and mention the titles of any of their works familiar to you, not found in this group. Which of these authors are new to you? Which are American? Which British? Which present-day writers?
In "The Magic Wand" (page 15) you learned that Strength, Knowledge, and Pleasure come from reading; read again what is said on page 16 about reading that brings Pleasure. What has the reading of this group of stories and poems brought to you?
In the Notes and Questions of Part I you have found a number of suggested problems, to be worked out by you alone or with the help of a group of your classmates. Similar suggestions will be found throughout the book. The working out of these problems and-reporting upon them in class will add greatly to your pleasure in reading. If you organize your class into a Reading Club, with officers, and regular class reading-periods each month for meetings to hear reports of individual pupils and of groups, you will have added enjoyment. Interest will be increased and the spirit of contest added, if your club is divided into committees, each with a leader or chairman who, with the help of his committee members, works out problems and reports upon them as a club or aa school-assembly program.

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