The Montessori Method : Scientific Pedagogy as Applied to Child Education in "The Children's Houses" with Additions and Revisions by the Author. Maria Montessori, Anne E. George.

The Montessori Method : Scientific Pedagogy as Applied to Child Education in "The Children's Houses" with Additions and Revisions by the Author

New York: Frederick A. Stokes, 1912. First American Edition, Second Printing. Hardcover. Blue cloth over boards, title and decorations stamped in gilt onto upper board and spine, 8vo (7-15/16 inches [22 cm] tall), pp. xlii, 377, tissue-guarded frontis, illustrated with line drawings, tables and 32 B&W photo reproductions. Volume with a tiny slant, light wear and scattered spotting to cloth, a rub at center of back strip, page edges toned with tiny bumps and two small stains to fore-edge, minor spotting to eps, p.o. decorative bookplate to front pastedown with her penciled name and date "July, 1912" to ffep, newspaper clipping "Yields to Love" pasted verso ffep with resultant offset to half-title, photographic reproduction of Marie Montessori titled "Italy's Celebrated Kindergarten Teacher." and dated 1913 pasted to rear pastedown, text clean and unmarked throughout. A Stokes publisher ad is loosely layed in. First American edition, second printing, with 1912 on the title and copyright pages and "Second Edition" printed at the foot of the title page. Text bulks to 28 cm thick. Archival mylar jacket provided. Near Very Good. Item #2994

"In 1911 and 1912, Montessori's work was popular and widely publicized in the United States, especially in a series of articles in McClure's Magazine, and the first North American Montessori school was opened in October 1911, in Tarrytown, New York. The inventor Alexander Graham Bell and his wife became proponents of the method and a second school was opened in their Canadian home... 'The Montessori Method' sold quickly through six editions." wiki.

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