Reading made perfectly easy, or, An introduction to the reading the Holy Bible : consisting of lessons so disposed, that the learner is led on with pleasure from easy to more hard words, which is the only rational method of teaching ; being sentences from Scripture and other books, on moral and religious subjects ; also Scripture stories, very pleasant and advantageous to youth, to prepare them to understand the Holy Scriptures / by T. Dyke, School-Master, in London.
Reading made perfectly easy
The thirty-eighth edition / with large additions and improvements, by D. Fenning, author of the Universal spelling-book, &c. to which are subjoined, six familiar fables, with an instructive moral to each of them. To this edition is added, the catechism of the Church of England, divided into sentences, to prevent the learner from making improper stops; for the use not only of Sunday, but of schools in general.
London : Printed for B. Crosby, Stationer's-Court; and B.C. Collins, Salisbury, MDCCXCVIII 
120 p. : ill. ; 16 cm.
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