Beloved Read-Aloud’s

31 Days of Vintage E-Books

Beloved Read-Alouds

Vintage e-books

These are books we love to read together in our home.    Books we bring out on a rainy day, bedtime stories, and simple tales that the children often read aloud to me.

My Father’s Dragon
by Ruth Stiles Gannet

 Project Gutenberg Page
Kindle Version

Just So Stories
by Rudyard Kipling
Lock and Key Library
by Andrew Lang
50 Famous Stories Retold
by James Baldwin
A Hive of Busy Bees
by Effie Mae Willliams
The Seven Little Sisters Who Live on the Round Ball That Floats in the Air
by Jane Andrews
Uncle Robert’s Geography
by Francis Parker and Nellie Helm
Tales from Shakespeare
Charles and Mary Lamb
 Seven Little Australians
Ethel Sybil Turner

Uncle Wiggly Series
by Howard Roger Garis

Uncle Wiggily in the Woods
Uncle Wiggily ‘s Adventures
Uncle Wiggily’s Travels
Uncle Wiggily and Old Mother Hubbard

Mother West Wind Series
by Thornton W. Burgess

Old Mother West Wind
Mother West Wind’s Children
Mother West Wind’s Animal Friends
Mother West Wind “When” Stories
Kindle Version: Not Available
Mother West Wind “Where” Stories
Mother West Wind “Why” Stories
Mother West Wind “How” Stories

The Adventures of……… Series

by Thornton W. Burgess

Rather than reinvent the wheel, I’ll direct you towards, where Marcy Crabtree has compiled a list of links to all the Kindle versions.

Dotty Dimple Series
by Sophie May

Dotty Dimple at her Grandmother’s
Dotty Dimple at Home
Dotty Dimple out West
Dotty Dimple at Play
Dotty Dimple’s Flyaway

Five Little Peppers Series
by Margaret Sidney

Five Little Peppers and How They Grew
Five Little Peppers Midway
Five Little Peppers At School
Five Little Peppers Grown Up
Five Little Peppers Abroad
Five Little Peppers and Their Friends
Ben Pepper
The Adventures of Joel Pepper
 Please notify me of any incorrect or broken links.

2 thoughts on “Beloved Read-Aloud’s

    • It’s one of the few Gutenberg books that was published after 1923. They did a massive amount of copyright research for it, in order to verify that the copyright had expired. Still, it’s newer than most public domain books.


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