treasures of old
Classic Books and Stories for Boys and Girls
Saved at Sea:
A Lighthouse Story by Mrs. O. F. Walton. First published
in 1879. Life in a lighthouse, a wreck on a stormy night,
the discovery of little Timpey, and many other adventures
are interwoven with the Gospel of God's saving grace in this
children's story from the past.
Little Henry and His Bearer by
Mrs. Mary Martha Sherwood. First published in 1814, this edition was published in 1834. A poignant story of Henry, a young orphaned English boy growing up in the East Indies (India) with his foster mother and his Hindu servant Boosy, and the marvelous working of God's providence and grace through the faithful witness of a young lady from England and a Mr. Smith of Calcutta.
Andrew's Own Brother by
E. E. S. The life of Simon Peter based on the Bible, with practical
application. Written for children, twenty-four short chapters introduce
the child to the Apostle Peter as well as his Saviour, the
Lord Jesus Christ.
Little Dot by
O. F. Walton. First published in 1873. About a small girl
who lives near a cemetery where she befriends a gravedigger who
works there. One day, Little Dot observes the funeral of a small
girl about her age. She wonders what happened to her and where
she went after she died. pdf
Story of the English Bible For younger readers. Tells
of the labors and long and deadly struggles of William
Tyndale and other holy men in ages past in their efforts to
provide an English Bible for the people.