Little Davie ran through the garden,—a great slice of bread and butter in one hand, and his spelling-book in the other.
Perhaps I might say, that they were brought up, not to the spelling-book, but the Horn-book.
Her weak and watery eyes stole loving glances over the top of her spelling-book, which she would not study.
Then it's you that's taiching the spelling-book, darling; so we'll put it back on the shelf.
The little old man then opened a spelling-book, and turned to the fly-leaf.
The spelling-book in question was, I think, written by a German.
"Cyarpets used to begin with a C in my spelling-book, but saddles got off right foot fust with a S," suggested Mac amiably.
It is remarkable that every individual in school recited from Webster's spelling-book.
Had not the puzzling symbols in the spelling-book been, to him, as simple matters?
All the evening she had been printing it over and over on a fly-leaf of her spelling-book.