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Franklin, the Apprentice Boy (1855)

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Franklin, the Apprentice Boy (1855)

by Jacob Abbot

$13.95

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There are a great many very useful lessons to be learned from reading the boyhood of Franklin. His industry, his forethought, his enterprise, his courage, and the steady and determined energy with which he prosecuted the plans that he formed, are worthy of imitation. The interest which he took at all times in acquiring knowledge is worthy of note. During his boyhood and youth, he spent his leisure time, not in idle sports or frivolous amusements, but in learning something which might be useful to him in future years.
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    There are a great many very useful lessons to be learned from reading the boyhood of Franklin. His industry, his forethought, his enterprise, his courage, and the steady and determined energy with which he prosecuted the plans that he formed, are worthy of imitation. The interest which he took at all times in acquiring knowledge is worthy of note. During his boyhood and youth, he spent his leisure time, not in idle sports or frivolous amusements, but in learning something which might be useful to him in future years. 160 pages

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    ISBN 9781930679542
    Author Jacob Abbot
    Age Group 12+
    Book Type paperback

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