child, its nature and relations

an elucidation of Froebel"s principles of education
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Steiger , New York
Froebel, Friedrich, -- 1782-
Statementby Matilda H. Kriege ; a free rendering of the German of the Baroness Marenholtz-Bülow.
ContributionsMarenholtz-Bülow, Bertha von, 1810-1893.
The Physical Object
Pagination148p. ;
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Open LibraryOL18673513M

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