The highest praise which can be bestowed on a school-book is, that 'it is its own teacher.'
I think it superior to many that I have examined as a school-book.
His school-book re-issued at Binondo in 1876 is a reprint of his edition of 1731.
This, though rough and incorrect, long remained a school-book.
I opened the book; it was an English school-book treating on all the sciences.
For a school-girl—which she virtually was—to weep over a school-book was strange.
Of this the English version is as defective as our school-book account of the Revolution.
Maria had a school-book in her hand, and Ida was embroidering.
He looked upon the world as a huge kindergarten, and the Commentator as its school-book.
I should be loath to try such an experiment or deprive you of your child—but necessitous non habet legem, the school-book says.