Sunday School Literature

31 Days of Vintage E-Books

Sunday School Literature

Vintage e-booksThere was a certain class of books published at the end of the 19th Century that was clearly intended to teach children to be good.  Despised by some and revered by others, the majority of these books have been lost but a few have remained.  I like to think that it’s the better ones which have survived.  Some of my favorite works can be found in this genre, though they aren’t yet available online. In many ways this post is a teaser for my Big Project.

In today’s post I have included works by authors whom I enjoy, though I have not read all of the works listed.

Amy Le Feuvre
Teddy’s Button

Project Gutenberg Page
Kindle Version

Jill’s Red Bag

Project Gutenberg Page
Kindle Version

Me and Nobbles

Project Gutenberg Page
Kindle Version

Bulbs and Blossoms

Project Gutenberg Page
Kindle Version

Probable Sons

Project Gutenberg Page
Kindle Version

His Big Opportunity

Project Gutenberg Page
Kindle Version

The Carved Cupboard

Project Gutenberg Page
Kindle Version

Odd

Project Gutenberg Page
Kindle Version

Dwell Deep

Project Gutenberg Page
Kindle Version

Charlotte Marie Tucker (A.L.O.E.)
Hebrew Heroes

Project Gutenberg Page
Kindle Version

The Spanish Cavalier

Project Gutenberg Page
Kindle Version

The Crown of Success

Project Gutenberg Page
Kindle Version

Mrs. O. F. Walton
Christie’s Old Organ

Project Gutenberg Page
Kindle Version

Christie, the King’s Servant

Project Gutenberg Page
Kindle Version

A Peep Behind the Scenes

Project Gutenberg Page
Kindle Version

The King’s Cup-Bearer

Project Gutenberg Page
Kindle Version

Saved At Sea

Project Gutenberg Page

Stephen by Florence Morse Kingsley

Project Gutenberg Page

Hesba Stretton
The Christmas Child

Project Gutenberg Page
Kindle Version

Alone in London

Project Gutenberg Page
Kindle Version

Little Meg’s Children

Project Gutenberg Page
Kindle Version

Harold Bell Wright
That Printer of Udell’s

Project Gutenberg Page
Kindle Version

The Uncrowned King

Project Gutenberg Page
Kindle Version

The Shepherd of the Hills

Project Gutenberg Page
Kindle Version

 

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