By MRS. MARY J. LINCOLN
AUTHOR OF "THE BOSTON COOK BOOK"
One Volume. 12mo. Price, $1.00
I regard the book as a very practical one for a text-book. It will be especially valuable to the teacher as a guide to the lessons she gives. The physiological information and chemical analysis of foods, together with the tables of cost at the end of the book, add to the usefulness of the work. It is an undoubted success for the school-room. - William T. Harris, Concord. Mass.
Your "Boston School Kitchen Text-Book" appears to be based on correct principles and admirably executed as regards details. I hope that my girls will have a chance to practically study its interesting lessons. Your quiet assumption (which runs through the whole book) that there is a good and satisfactory reason behind every process which is endorsed by good usage, is a wholesome one which it is well that children should early learn. - C. M. Woodward, Manual Training School, Washington University, St. Louis, Mo.
Allow me to say that you have made our whole country your debtor by the composition of a book so much needed, and so simple, sensible, and thorough. I am sure the book is its own best plea for a place in our public schools. I believe it will greatly aid in making instruction in the theory and practice of cookery a part of our school courses. - George C. Chase, Professor of English Literature, Bates College, Lewiston, Me.
Compiled from the Boston School Kitchen Text Book. Printed on tinted cards, convenient for reference in the school room or for children to use at home. The set includes about one hundred and fifty cooking recipes and one card of rules for general housework, all clearly indexed on a separate card. They are used in the public and industrial school cooking classes in many of our principal cities.
Price per set, 40 cents. Special reduction to schools or parties purchasing over fifty sets. Sold only in sets. To be obtained only of Little, Brown, & Co., or of Mrs. Lincoln, 204 Huntington Avenue, Boston.
"THE LEADING HOUSEHOLD MONTHLY"
Edited by MRS. MARY J. LINCOLN and MISS ANNA BARROWS
To make each number better than the last is the aim of its editors.
No woman in America has been more helpful to the housewife than Mrs. Mary J. Lincoln, the culinary editor, whose department "From Day to Day" is filled with choice recipes, answers to questions and valuable suggestions, and needs no recommendation to those who use her Boston Cook Book.
Miss Anna Barrows, the literary editor, well known as a worker for a simpler, healthier home life, furnishes valuable papers monthly.
The Motherhood Department and Doctors' Talks with mothers give just the help needed by young mothers in facing the many physical and spiritual problems to be met in infancy and early childhood.
No teacher of domestic science can afford to be without the hints for the conduct for classes in domestic science, which are given in every issue.
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