I’ve been meaning to read The Learning Center for a long time, because I feel like a kid in the back of a school bus when I read the book.
The book’s cover, a photo of a classroom from the first edition, reveals an actual page from the fourth edition, and the cover of the fifth edition, where the book is now published.
But it’s a shame that we can’t read the text of the book that way.
This is the first time I’ve ever seen a book cover like this, but it also happens to be a textbook cover.
In fact, the cover is the cover image for the third edition, a textbook by an American author called John Updike.
Updike’s books often have some of the strangest cover art that I’ve seen.
For example, in the third and fourth editions, the book has the words “Biology,” “Medicine,” and “History” written on the cover.
It’s a bizarre cover that I can only imagine is a deliberate homage to the book’s creator.
The fourth edition of the textbook features a little girl reading from a book called The Forgotten Book of History.
It has the word “History.”
It’s an unusual cover, to say the least.
But it is the book in question.
I have a feeling that this book will get an upgrade when the fourth and fifth editions are published.
The text is more in line with what you’d expect from a textbook from the era of the modern world.