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  • Peggy Ellis

    First Grade Readers: Seven editions of Dick and Jane textbooks were published by Scott, Foresman and Company from 1930 to 1965. Dick and Jane was an elementary schoolbook in reading and health for more than 85 million Americans from the 1930s through the 1960s. The stories featured the happy lives of Mother, Father, Dick, Jane, baby Sally, family pets Spot and Puff, and Sally's teddy bear, Tim.

  • Tempie Griffin

    Dick & Jane - first grade reader in 1953 when I was in 1st grade.

  • Sue S

    Dick and Jane Readers Childhood memories

  • Yolanda Limon

    Dick Jane My first grade reading introduction was learning about Dick Jane but I really like their dog Spot

  • Debbie Howard

    Dick and Jane readers... See Spot run. Run, Spot, run! Fun, fun! This is how I learned to read.

  • **AmY SoHnS**

    Learning To Read With Dick, Jane, Sally, Spot, Puff, & Tim **I Remember The Dick And Jane Books Very Well But I Don't ReCall "Tim" ~ Hmmmmmmm

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Dick Jane, Childhood Memories, Dick And Jane Readers, Teddy Bears, Vintage Schools Reading Books, Jane Books, Learning, First Grade, 1St Grade

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