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Children and Their Books

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Children and Their Books
The most vital educational problem will always be how to make the best
use of the child's earlier years, not only for the reason that in them
many receive their entire school training, but also because, while the
power of the child to learn increases with age, his susceptibility to
formative influences diminishes, and so rapid is the working of this
law that President Eliot thinks that

"the temperament, physical constitution, mental
aptitudes, and moral quality of a boy are all well
determined by the time he is 18 years old."

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