Stories Worth Re-reading is another treasure house of inspiration originally compiled by Review and Herald in 1913 to provide children and youth with worth while reading, excellent family reading and a treasure house for pastors and teachers who tell children’s stories.
The purpose of this book is to provide children and youth with stories worth reading; stories relating incidents of history, missionary effort, and home and school experiences. These stories will inspire, instruct, and entertain the readers. Nearly all of these have appeared in print before, and are reprinted in this form through the courteous permission of their writers and publishers.
“This is one of the best selections of old fashioned ‘character building’ stories I know. I have read and reread them from childhood.” – Dr. Raymond S. Moore
“I have spent literally $1,000.00’s on educational and character building materials for our son and none have been as encouraging, nor as influential as your old time stories.” – Tracy Mandeville