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There was a great carved oak-table near to sun-lit windows, and on it were little regiments of things, carefully arranged-baskets with papers in elastic bands; classified and inscribed reference-books, scales, clips, pencils; and in one clear space, with a bunch of violets before it, the photograph of a woman in a splendid silver frame-a woman of seventy or so, obviously Rudyard Byng's mother. Al'mah's eyes softened.
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Mr. Barrows, principal of the Brown School, writes: "Our library contains the usual school reference-books.
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Eight libraries report no reference-books on the children's shelves and the majority of the others only a few such works.
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Quiet games in the evening for the older children, of a nature to require the use of reference-books, would be strictly within the library's province.
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If lack of space compels one to deny the privilege of going to the shelves, it seems to me more essential for children to have ready access to reference-books, and especially to be taught how to use them, than for grown-up people.
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Examples of Reference-book

Example #1
Here was insight into a nature of which the world knew so little.
Example #2
Here was nothing of that admired disorder, that medley of incongruous things which marked the room she had just left; but perfect order, precision, and balance of arrangement, the most peaceful equipoise.
Example #3
Recently we have added quite a number of books especially adapted to interest and instruct children, such as The Boy Travellers, Miss Yonge's Histories, Butterworth's Zigzag Journeys, Forbes's Fairy Geography, etc.
Example #4
Hartford, which has now no free circulating library, but hopes for one within two years, still keeps the old district system of schools, and several of these schools have a library fund.
Example #5
The largest number of periodicals taken appears to be our own list of 10, though by this time the libraries reporting in 1896 may have increased their number.
Example #6
The library at Kalamazoo has for one of its assistants a trained kindergarten.