Character Classics

Character Classics

Books for children known as moral stories were quite popular family reading in both the 19th and 18th centuries, and even into the early part of the 20 century.  This pre-dates our modern era, in which foolish influences and educators with misguided ideals decided it was best for children not to be talked to plainly about moral issues.  One does not have to look far or hard to see the destructive fruits of their neglect.  Here are some of the finest stories of that category of moral stories that we know of, among which are long-loved favorites such as Tiger and Tom, The King’s Daughter, and even Robinson Crusoe, one of many stories which originally contained strong Christian themes which were removed in later, abridged editions.

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