The Parents' Review

A Monthly Magazine of Home-Training and Culture

Edited by Charlotte Mason.

"Education is an atmosphere, a discipline, a life."

Volume 1, 1890/91, pg. 239

1. -- A Prize of One Guinea for the best study of a child, two years of age; defining, so far as possible, the child's knowledge are powers at that age -- 2000 words. The prize lapses if no "study" good enough for publication is sent in. MSS. marked "Prize Essay" should be sent to the Publishers between the 15th and 18th of July. No limit of age. A (sufficiently distinctive) nom de plume should be adopted by all competitors for prizes.

2. -- A Prize of Ten Shillings for the best Floral Calendar, dating from April 18th to May 18th. Limit of age, seventeen. Other conditions as for No. 1.

The "Art" competitions proposed in our February number should be sent (with nom de plume, and with no address) to Mrs. F. Steinthal, Wharfemead, Ilkley, before the end of April. The age of the little competitors should be on the work.

MSS. directed to the Editor should reach the Publishers by the 24th of the month; other communications by the 30th.

We again beg for contributions to "By the Way," and "Books." "Notes and Queries" appear to come in more readily than these.

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To Subscribers. -- The original circular describing a 4d. Magazine (48 pp.) does not apply to the "Parents' Review," which is a 6d. Magazine (80 pp.), 6s. a year (ordered through booksellers), or, post free,7s. 6d. In every case where the Magazine is sent by post, the postage for one copy for a year is 1s. 6d. We hope this information will save our correspondents some little trouble.
We beg to thank our subscribers for their zealous and extremely successful efforts to introduce the "Parents' Review."

Typed by Kristina, Sept 2015