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In 'Fifty Famous Fables,' Lida B. McMurry presents a curated anthology that resonates with the intellectual and moral appetites of second-grade readers. With her selection, McMurry endeavors to foster interpretative skills and ethical reasoning in young readers by allowing the narratives to reveal their own teachings, rather than preemptively defining the moral. Written with an astute understanding of a child's perspective, the fables are composed with the dual purpose of instilling timeless wisdom and enhancing linguistic development. The literary style is inviting and clear, situating the work comfortably within the tradition of educational children's literature and making it a practical tool in the classroom context.
Lida B. McMurry, a consummate educator and children's author, draws from her considerable experience as a primary school teacher to tailor these fables to the developmental stage of her audience. Her philosophy of education, one that emphasizes the active engagement of the student's own analytical abilities, underpins this compilation. The selection and arrangement of the stories reflect her pedagogical commitment to using literature as a means to naturally elicit the moral imagination and critical thinking skills of the young reader.
'Recommendation Fifty Famous Fables' serves as a gentle yet profound introduction to literature's role in personal development for young minds. It is recommended for educators, parents, and anyone invested in the cultivation of ethics and literacy in children. McMurry's assembly of tales stands as a testament to the enduring power of storytelling in shaping character and comprehension. The subtle complexity woven into the simplicity of these narratives ensures that the book leaves an indelible mark on both the intellect and the soul of its youthful audience.


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Fifty Famous Fables
Biografía del Autor
<p>Lida B. McMurry was an educator and author notable for her contributions to children\'s literature in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. McMurry is best known for her book \'Fifty Famous Fables\' (1898), a collection of succinctly told and morally instructive tales designed to engage the young reader\'s imagination and impart ethical lessons. Her literary style is characterized by clear and accessible prose, making complex moral concepts understandable to children. The fables in her collection are a testament to her ability to distill stories to their essence while preserving their narrative charm and educational value. While the details of McMurry\'s life, including her birth and death dates, are not widely documented, her work remains a reflection of the era\'s pedagogical emphasis on moral education through literature. \'Fifty Famous Fables\' continues to be a reference point in the study of children\'s fables and the methods of teaching morality and ethics to young audiences. McMurry\'s commitment to education is evident throughout her writing, as she marries the classic fable form with the instructional aims of her time, creating a legacy that endures within the genre of educational children\'s literature.</p>
ISBN: 8596547156918
Referencia: BW1037872064

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