Child, Home and School.
This Michigan-native’s first book. Pre-First World War book on child development, psychology, and rearing. With chapters on marriage and motherhood, the role of the father in the family, discipline, obedience, punishment, self-control, manners, good and bad habits, the sensitive child, children and death, sex ed, and “The Child as a Future Citizen” (“This has been called ‘The Century of the Child’” writes Lutes).
Della T. Lutes (1867 – 1942) was a writer and editor and cooking and housekeeping influencer. In 1936 she was awarded the National Book Award for Nonfiction for The Country Kitchen, her memoir and cookbook.
Description: Child, Home and School.
Cooperstown, N.Y.: The Arthur H. Crist Co., (1911). , 307, [3 (publisher’s catalog)]pp. First edition. Sm. 8vo. Publisher’s cloth. Bookplate of Hugh Cooke MacDougall, American diplomat and historian. Spine titling rubbed off; small cover stains; overall, tight and clean and Very Good.
OCLC, nine copies in America.