We Love Classic Books

We love to read in our house! It’s so fun to curl up with a good book and enjoy a timeless story.

We love old books because they are wholesome and filled with character traits we admire like courage, honest, integrity, and self-sacrifice.

It’s not that we never read modern books; we just love classic books more.

Modern books have dumbed-down the vocabulary because our nation likes light and easy-to-read books. Older books do a better job of building reading skills like vocabulary and fluency.

We are starting with a few classic books and plan to add more books over the years.

We hope you enjoy these books on your laptop, tablet, or phone. They are our gift to you!

Classic Literature for Younger Kids

The Boxcar Children

Five orphans have an adventure.

The Bobbsy Twins

Two Sets of Twins; Lots of Fun!

A District Messenger Boy & A Necktie Party

Adventures of Telegraph Messenger Boys

Little Erik of Sweden

Erik rescue Greta so she can marry his brother.

Classic Literature & Historical Fiction

Anne of Green Gables

An orphan girl finds a home on Prince Edward Island.

Around the World in 80 Days

Mr. Fogg travels around the world in 80 days.

Sent to the Lions by Rev AJ Church

Early Christians Suffer for their Faith in Jesus.

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

Zany Tale of Alice’s Wild Adventures.

Histories & Biographies

The Siege of Boston

Events in Boston during the early Revolutionary War

Once Upon a Time in Delaware

History in Delaware from Colonial Times to Early America

Viking Tales

Adventures of the Vikings of Scandinavia

The Story of John Wesley

Biography of John Wesley

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