In 1959, Beulah Folmsbee, while working for the Horn Book Magazine, addressed some commonly posed questions about the origin of the magazine's name and the nature of hornbooks
in her publication A Little History of the Horn-Book (8).
The digital Concise Hornbook
Series enables law students to use study guides in ways they never have before.
In The Hornbooks
of Rita K his story develops by accretion, or the slow process of sedimentation, as Raymond shuffles Rita's poems and his commentary into piles.
get cited in legal briefs and court decisions.
We spend countless thousands of hours moving pages from right to left and left to right, with our noses stuck inside textbooks, treatises, hornbooks
, and whatever else publishers can bind in time for us to read before we graduate.
Despite this recent interest, the three major hornbooks
and treatises on the First Amendment and the Constitution still do not have an index listing for true threats.
In law school, students are always directed to hornbooks
to supplement the case-study method.
Kirkpatrick on one of the premier evidentiary hornbooks
, Evidence: Practice Under the Rules, Third Edition.
And who among us doesn't know that he's authored treatises and commentaries, and hornbooks
, and handbooks, and handouts--paper too voluminous to be carried even by several extremely able-bodied persons?