D.L. Moody, a renowned evangelist from the 1800s, created an association of colporteurs (door-to-door salesmen) to "produce good literature at a price within reach of all." (Moody, 1894)
These 15 volumes were part of his colportage library and were distributed by the thousands to children all across America and England. Each old-fashioned reprint contains life lessons that NEVER get old
! Stories emphasize integrity, compassion, faith, and courage.
These are not
like the popular books of today that often reflect questionable morals; these are heirloom-quality stories that are both beautifully written and fun to read. These stories teach about God and about being a person of good, strong character. There's a reason they are still in print after 120 years!
- 15 paperback volumes
- Originally printed in the late 1800s
- Character-building stories for children of all ages
- Reading level: ages 7 to 11